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J I THEII HARTFoRD REPUBLICkN4 0 F me Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL nUN or THE PAan IN TDE FOURTH COltaESUONALDISTRrCI Subscription 1 a year VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER IH 1903 I No13 I Ive Lost It Pounds Amafl7L Look nt thl And he S I PI fatlinghealthItSato adYlItag but the lou of fleshL- aI d I 111 un awmaCU1IQ naturally when there is lois of fleshlte lookfirst the cause Ii gen unllyfouad to be ebe of the tdthnach and dl- KCIUve and nutdI tlve tracts remit InK In baa of nutrition and cons- equint physical neal Doctor Pierce Golden Medical Discovery restores the lost flesh by curing diseases ot the mtornah and other of digestion and nu tritlon and ena perfectdlpeatloa stinhlatlOn of food from which flesh and lrength are made loraYewith IndirtIon ot- tomcb Dd bo l w durinlCIUIII of UcConntUbug Pa Un hHrt Wa lawdaybolUMloltliketoatach and bowl and tim no 1n nor blOAt 18 ILLS gInd Mtn poundrln wctgbt Dr Pierca lisasant Pelltta cure con Upation sad biliousness L Weak HeartsAre duo Indigestion Nlnelynlne of every one hundred peopto who have heart troubr Indites1onI onlytCUllon All fOod taken into the stomach whIch of p rfoci digestion fermenta and swells the Iomach pullIng It up against th Mart ThIs Interferes with the action f- Il1o hurts and In the course of time that deJcalo but vital organ becomes dIseased IhsdStCroCitPoubiawith tnksKo DisMtl What Yos tat nd relieves the stomach otall aeryo- tJ attain and the heart of lI pressure JIcinJeCIIII StOO SIH ha1ag 234 tlmiI he b1a- I1Ia bld MIl lor 6-OcPd b LODWITT COOHIOAQ- OI Cumberland ITELEPHONE AND folcgrnph aeorpollltNl Co Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In uiy rfhldcnce aarS place ol business My bu8lneasbaa- tncteised nod my wlfea voice Ia ticy er heard to grumble about the Telea 1hune Yours fir R001 service and entletnitnIy competition C PNOWL1L Man r ROUGH RIVLR- TELEPHOU4 i COMPANY IIcoaroJUuDlrj forih 1Talk being cbJ1P And oLeeasnv3 you shoulft bore fotllI- Iwhere you can bnyyouro1phonel iand build your own lines talking dllltulce with the whole coun ty and buslnells polntt rtuerally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Comptny or they will be nt the whole expense II- YOtl say so We connect with all dependent Colupantea For pnrtlcu lars call on B T Stevens Manager rWattfoed Ky I j I tWFORD- v B1JtJpMailTI- lit p I CONSTIPATIONConstipation Li Aelogglng slagrIt aufftzcr- could realise that be I allowing 4 i tpohollOlJl filth tQ remain In hrs would soon mild Qonst1ptiOn Invites Jill kind of Contagion Headaches bilicue net anti other all niens dIppear when tonsIl ror d ttrougb y i out the bowels i 4 t nd natural rilannorwJthout th icalomel o oU vfo llIIfcatbatlca BU that get the orM- i tnal Tho4fords lJack Draught by Mcdl cinoCo Mbyalldruggtstsln Z cent and eloo package Ark Wit IS 1001- lesamot rK6meaj1Tke4fOfds- DrasIkttaolatkitJt I ILHI loutIUIa Ul sal kav UfIlt tot vs till 1 sever 1ST dT laiiHs IIII III4rtiIsaver I able worlC wi 0l asoouctol bIa vIIWwl rOaltIGd Tot kidiM- asflthkwsaap I Ii VilLL1 A t gEdCAMS Tries to Usurp Presi dents Pardon ing Power Endeavors to Restore CItIz- etisijip to Man Con vlctd In Feder al Court No Record of the case In Pardon FlIes on tile Executive Journal nor on tile- Pardon Index The mysterious Pntdon Record of novo Beckham nt Pranklort contains surprises even to the oldest and maRt sophlitlcated polltleal 1nhabltant No Governor of Kentucky ever issued II niNny pardons that shocked the public sense of proprtet or held tie merogntivesQ Iightly at the betk and call of political favoritism To be certified a good Democrat bas been amolt sufficient In every case to get a pardon for crime however atro claus This Is shown la the pardons of Pngate sad Hudson Good Ice Combs IoeRaleIgh arid others flow many Outrageous pardons have been Issued will fbI be known UttII Gov Beckhain Is In retirement The bullies who have prqtected the record from investigatIon at the Gov- CfDors nod have succeeded In concealing many Other pardons lin lbeen ItIt cif the lnez so as to at- cour9g InveRtiriton anti rendciitd- ifilcult These Have niobtlf bkiotp- ardons hLUcJ on aonnto Use liar gill Callahan Redine Interett + oi- flicathitt countyand vicinity TURn UOILR PARDONS UNnFtRTIIIZ- DpardobOae was unenithed inst week of which no record has bten found at Prnklort There sre good rvaons to believe there are two more Out exactly ltkeltfor otherpersons This pbrdon Is In some respects ht most urprlalng In alt the Beckharu lIt of crszyqulItclemenctes It wad Issued to Reuben Amburgy for penal ties which he never Incurred which were never Imposed and which are not even set forth In the pardon What 10 stUlmore surprising Is that In the Issuance of the pardon Gov eckhstn bas usurped the pre rogatlvta of the President of the United Statesatid hall sought tbie store the rights ot citizenship to a Democratic poll worker In violation of the rederal law The pardon was produced at the polls for that purpose hut waLoverruied The story of the pardQn as It comes from Knott county Is very curious Its as follows In the United States DJatilct Court titCbvlngton Ky at be December term i88 three men one of whom wdReabeu Awburgy were convict ed of perjury and sentenced to the In diana prison one of them for one year nd the other two to eighteen months each They served their terms and were reeased They returned to theIr homes in Knott county Kentucky Under the law their conviction d- prived them of the tight to vote at Federal elections unless restored to theirprivileges by the act of the Pres- Ident It would not however de prive them of the right to vote at State elections AU three were released in time to vote at the State election In too Whether they voted lit that election In Knott county to not cleor but they had a right to do so In order that all doubt might be removed each Is- said to be let possession of a pardon signed by Gov Beckham restoring him to alt thrights of citizenship One of these pardons Is now in the Possession of The herald It beam the seal of the State is couutrlligned by C B Hill Secretary of State and Issued to Reuben Amburgy The pudoll Is duted NovemberQ 1900 Four days later on November 6 190 the election was held at which Govt Btckham was a candidate for election It was also aPrellidentl- I11 election In which the nien could not lawfully vote TRYING TO VOLZIOI1 Tnn PARDONS Information from Kuott county Is that lit the November electon 191- 2forCougrtSsmatf in Precinct No2 the three men presented thtwaelves to vote Their votes were dm1 Wnged whereupon they produced the pardons Issued by Gov Beckhuw under which they claimed to taCe been re- storedI to aU their privileges The election officers knowing that theap- plicants had been convicted In the Federal court refused to recognize I the pardons and ths voted were re- Jected I The Beckham pardon recites aol emuly that Reuben Amburgy Was convicted In the Kpott Circuit Cqurt ot a crime not specified nor the date of conviction ned that he was con- i fined In the State penitentiary where he had served out his term lIe adds that for the purpose of restoring to him blsrlghts as a citizen he Is grant ed a lull and ieee vardo Responsible citizens of Iliodman the county seat of Knott county atate that Reuben Amburgy was never convicted onny crime in the Circuit Court there and was never tried there or In any other State court for any crllUe NO RECORD OP TIfl PARDON Th most astonishing part of the whose buelnesa as anofflcfal transaction Is that no record of the paIdon can be found In the pardon Index or iti the Ibecutve Journal of the Governor on the date when It Is dated On this Recount persons who have looked or them had not been able to nod any papers In the case The pardon seems to have been Issued without any certification of the crime the date and place ot conviction formal application or any at the other formalities that precede the issuance of pardons And DO record was made ollt It seems tcr have been Issued as a sort of royal Savor or caprice Just a If the Governor would not let the Constitution stand between trends Whether Gov Btckham was Imposed upon ts not clear It he Issued the pardon without any actual knowl edge of the facts It shows how care leasly he dispenses fqvors to his pa- Iitica1supporters It he was not hit posed upon It rolscs a grave quention of his motives In attempting to usurp the power of the PresIdent and pardoning Federal criminals over the Presidents heollLoulavllle Hereld A Oront Sonsntlon There was a big sensation Itt Lees yule md when W II Brown of that place who wa xpectid to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New DIscovery for ConsumptIon He Writer endured Insufferable ago flies from Asthma but your New Die covery gave me Ininiedtate relief aUd Soon thexealter effected a complete Cure Similar cures of Crinsumptlrin Pneumonia B ollchltls arid Grip are numerous Its the peerless rrmedy for all throat and lung troubles PIce SIC antI 1 on Guaranteed by Z Wayne griffin lIro tn Telegraphy Wrltc now for our tlegraphy Catalogue All the IgrtduQles ecure- posttIods Address II ik Cherry Bowling Green Kentucky Dloting invitosDisoasos To cure Dyspepsia or Indgestlon It Is no longer necessary to live on milk and tout Starvation produces systembecomesdot DYllpepsla Cure enables the sto mach and digestive organs to dlgfst- abdal8lwltate aU at the wholes6me food that one cares to eat and Is a never failing cure for IndlgestlfoD Dyspepsia and aU stomach troubles Kodol digests what you atmakes the stomach sweet Sold by Z brae Griffin Bros en- Democratic Opinion The Chatanooga Times Ieulovrftt Ic In polities volcea the 8eittmerts 01- falruilndeml cob rVtlve Democrats tn and out of Kentucky lu the folIOw lug recit edltotal utterRnce sizing up the situation In this State Gen fluckner hall challenged the coulle and vituperative abuse of Dem ocrats of the Goebel brand In Ken tucky by his wcrfu1 arraignment of the degenerscy of Democratic leader shlptt thtt State but he at the same time wins and holds the esteem or patriotic Ameicap citizens who hold country above mere pattlsan politics and who believes In honesty and fairness in elections the cam paign in Kentucky Is for principle aalnst the moat arrogant gatig 01- peaucerous machine tnantpuiator- LthatevCf threatened the peace dlgnf ty and good order ota people It is- a contest not between political parties but b tweel1 the lorces of decency law and qrder nnll the UlyrmlaoDs of a rapacious thoroughly corrupt anti totally discredited fatlena1 machine 5 Do You Want to Yawn Feel cold shlverlngs aching in the bones lsckoI energy headache and greAt depression These aympatoina may be followed by violent headache higi lever extreme nervousness i condition It beforethe disease gets a hold through It will wQrk R cure In JD any stage J A Hopkins Man chester Kan write 1 have used your great medicine Herblne for several years There Is nothing better for malaria childs nud fever hud ache biliousness and lot n bloodpu zifying tonic there Is nothing ns good SOC at J H WllllawJ In RIPANS Tabnies tDoctors find A prescriptionFor Tb1l uDtpadetl enongbfor uqllhIttIlAlona plltlplJrlor S iaw SChool Send for full iniurmattun Address H H CheEry Bowling Grceii Ky Makjsa nClean Swoop thlDIthurougblyever heard of flucklens Arnlc4 salve Is the best It sweeps away nail cures t Burns Sura Beuises Cut DOlls ItsII Brodruggist S DM1 fiNANCIAl SHAPE Beckhams Bad Managemeni of KentuCkY Affalfs Equals His Bad Par S don Record Mismanagement of Finances of I State by I3eckbam Is ParalS Ieled by Ills Disgusting Political P rdori Record Incapacity and ExtravngnllcO- ot Bockhnm Mach mo- Pialniy Shown y tho Figures From the Louisville Hemld- Oovornor Ilockhama pardon record Sa paralleled by his financial aehlovo month At Bowling Green the governor expressed Indignation that the RoptbIcn should lam credit for tpo lIucxestu1llnancJa1 showing oltho Bradley admtnlstratloh whIch left alike with moro than a million In tho treasury Mr DockhlUD said I That statement would lend you to cUovo that tr Bradloy actually do- llvomd this much money to the Demo crute The truth Is this money was left to W a Taylor and his During their ruio of crowdi two months they sjsmt moet of thlll money and instad of turnIng over 1100000 to 1111 as Coloxiol Delknap- t1Is I you Talor Md his clntturned over to us 3M000 I say turne4 ove to 1111 but I dont mean that They ran away and loft us with that much I do not know how they happened to leave WI with that awn but they loft somo of WI with our Uves and wo wore so gtM thAt wo did not have Unto to think of how muobI money they wore Oo1ornor tak1ngIotnco a floating d him by previous DYmocrtlc adealals- tratione When he retired from the governorship the total cash balance in the treasury 118 tl06042lioa It Is puerile to foist on to tho disturbances arlstng out of tho stealing of the goy ernolahIp and other state offices all the blame for the tncapacit7 and ex- tmvagnneo of the DockhlUD machine l1 the result o the election oX 1899- beOfbIoyaUy bcIopW4 bythe defeated mftuuSty the sound financial odrn1nl- stratIoDOf the stains tlJU Inaugur sLed by OovomorDrndley would have boon ecitUnued The IntemlpUan In topubllOOD rule has boon n sad and costly expectance for Kentuokytho liMo omc tn1ea front the electors the staioa isonoy looted by advon tuTors There has been In three years of in- clusIvely fleokbamlaUc rule from July 1 1000 to Juno 30 1903 IU1 Increase In the urmnt ezponses of tho plate over three loon of tho Bradley admtnstro Lion train July I 1896 to June 30 189 of 111697351 TheN was on the other hand an excess of ordinary receipts under Governor Br4dley of 37825109 Taking out the tl82 99985 oollCtcdby tho DccllhlUD ad ministration fmn the UnIted States for Interest on taowar claim nooo- ofwhleh went t1to Ute pockcte ot Captain Caihottfl the rdlnUi roeolpta for throe yoars ot the Bmdl yAdmlnlat- ruUOD were 135790943 the or dihary tecelpts bt thtcare of Un- disput 1l fl1d oontirt4Oua fleckb- rulO ending undS19O3 wore 113- t8465530 Thefinanclal rord of the DCCthnm- deniaatraUon is one ofIncompetoncy- a kll68noss It shows in every do cut a disregard for the public Interest but In alL teSpccts and In every detail betrays ftdetcrmlned and unbroken fidelity t9 over machine In torcet and purpose The DeckhAln ad on Is bound hand and foot m1n1itm of graftoru and rlngstors donytbe rIght ot the pea pie to select their own rulers The IS4 sue is plain Shall the people of ICon tucky entrust their finances to a gang bent only on selfaggrandlremont or Install at Ftunkfort Q thoroughly corn txJtent and busInesslIke admlalstra lion Wo tool free to admit that the Democratic party hllJiwlthlu Its ranks ample materllll for the furnishing of an able and competent state adenln- Istration flut the DomoeroUc party has not been permitted tO lIelect Its candidates The machIne baa foiled Its elate of Ineompctcnls weaklings and grafters on them and the state ftnaneea are to bu made unless the ptop1e resist the prey for tour years more of rapatlouslootors lConluckr will prevent the perpetuation Of the reign of graft and IOQUng THEIR ONLY ARGUMENT From the Paducab Bun The Democrats of Jcntucky have now resorted toporeonal abuse Tho only criticism that baa boon made iy- Itepubilcana of Democratic oftfclals was loffictlll and no attack has boon menlo on their private character Yot doijbtlcss for want of bettor ar gum ntThe Democrats havo begun to assail tho private character of ovary man who makes a speech for the Republican cause from Cotonoi i3oiknap to soma of tho speakers who are not candidates Abuse never helped any Cause If the Democrats hnvono bettor grounds for wanting to bo elected to omco than those thOY are Indeed short ot camtfalJn material r The Commonwealth may turn up short n star wltueso In its rltxl trial of the alleged oqebel conEplrltors W II Cuton Is charRed with IlIrglng- wltDes9 claims In the last Powers trial to the tune of about rooo- Th allempt dlraud wn8 dl8 over d by the atateauaitor lu tUne tu save the state but not to save the attorney toywhom CultQu bought up the claims and who paid Culton what they called for on their ace after be lug raised Culton can now gb to join Strolling Barber Weaver and nth crto witnesses agAinst the ai legeIconspirstorn It Is on this kin of men the Democrats depend for their evidence In the Goebel cases ra aah SUD t i t 5 flecI ham Nails One Charge As the campaign proceeds Govern orBeckhrni will hoe to stop burllllg- hwcontetuptat the critics ol lila a- dniJtrttlon antI answer ditecti- yscrnofQie most serious charges tha- ted1bjiluibt ogahltt a public ad- relnisUietor One of the charges is that a lee was paid Captain Calhoun for collection a war clatcVwlelch the law faYs shall be collected hy the Adjutant GeueaI under dlrectlot the Governor That this fee was Increased byspe- cml legislation Indirect conflict with tl7r1pooThat the work done rou1d bftVe- I been fully paid for underthe original contracttor 3000 Sy That under Governor rowp R aim liar cldiui for half this amount was collected without any expense to the State These are simple prpposltlonadcai Ifiman transaction was first made public by Mr Hendrick In his attempt to pre vent the nomination of Governor DeckhalU Mr Hendrick was Inform I ed thatthe Goveruoi bad8 prrlec- tcntempt for him because hewasa- boiter Rud therefore bad no right to call him to account Since his campaign opened overn thankinGIThere is the response we see mdi i- tnitliar with In debating societies but I manifest that It would not he accepted by the people Iud so ht NewCastle Governor Backhamu makes a more elaborate reply That we may not beaccusedof doing Governor neck ham an irjutce we take trom the Courier Journal his verbattm rellponOe which was an follows They complain oUbe Ice paid Capt Call1ogD when it cost the State o- fKthckyIar more for the Repabi can party to kill William Goebel tliau it has cost for us to collect nearly si 503000 for the State and our soldleis It was a far greater burden upon the State Treasurer to maintain Tay lora lawless bands ofsoldiero and desperadoes In their efforts to disperse the Gnerat Assembly of theState to suspend the writ of habeas corpus and to protect assassIns than It has to collect enough money of neglected claims to eft the State debt They spent more upon thtir ur- derous gnn ot peacefnl petitioners than baa been spent out of the reward fund In the proscutlon of Goebels aRsasslnpI4galust their record ol crime and lawlessness of murder and assassins tlon of reckless waste of the State revenue we place our record of peace anti prosperity of out State reliexed- of debt and Lu the best ntndaJ can dltloD ofany State In the Union Against the fnlsehood of these hired lilanderars we place the recood of Indisputable and unasbiIable facts We hope every voter In Kentucky wilt read this reply to the illegality made aaIuat the GovernOr because of the Ca1hun lee It s the only re sponGe evidently that can be made Itis confession and an avoidance It Is based on the nasumption that because SenatorS Goebe1maa kllllid presumably by n Republlc4ti the lore n Democratic Government cln- tullke nay contract he pteaes the law and the codhtitotlnn to the ron ttcry nQtwlihdauilg The ptope lire itivltt1 to cOmpare thccbarus weno not llliY the nCcusr tortS cahtuitig thifs Iaftul 7r- do I wltlitf renonte msde by the Governor inti tl1tll deCIde whether It I Is imeulnic to put In the Onvernors office IlIFnkf a man who has j had sotheIiusinesa tralrltgwnd who has studied logic anti zuthnmattes either atYtle or somu where else Loutllvnte Post Enter nuslness College And Aceure a position Write for catalogue boW Addus II HChel- ry DowllUf Green Ky A Kind Action Vhcu yon rbe in t1it nmornipg form a re01ullootl make the day It happy one EOa fellow rcatute safs Sydney Smith itls ca fly dunet1 left off garmnt to the men who needs It a kind word tosorrowlul fob encouri1g lug exprtlltlol1 to Ilie strivirg Tel- flea la tlltmsrlves as hight liis air trill do itatl ait fur twciityfunr hours I nnll tyou are outlg dtp irlJ It It will tell wliinrPU are ole il will end Yth grmmerahiy and bnpplly clown the t TI1 c f time tdelerimlty But theii9 tJlnlplerIthtll h1 sum ook aibe 7e3u1tYnknd OIlC ptr son OIro biqiplly tlutiugh the aa t 36s during the course of 1 I W 1 y LLJip the year Aid Imppoae yvu live only forty years after ou eeuinience that kintlof medicine ynlt ltitVC nztde 14 6io beings hAPPY ilt all events for time Now is immit thmsImpieIt tl too short 19r R sermont1eniely tar ethic too aiiy IICconlplfbtd or you to say I vou1iI II I cotilil- ElectIon Ornccrst The following Is n lIt of eltctlon- officefs appointed by the Dam or Election Cqmlisiouer of ohio county Ky to Induct the Nrem ber I3 ektIbn In Ohio county to wit Rt ILrLfordj n Poster nn4 A 14Weatufleid Judges W S Tins Icy Sluzlfl J U WUlltnt Cierk i Wtst I1ortlorJ V 013trdettbml S T Seyens Jude limo It Dlnll Sheriff S A Ardvrsnn Clerk fledaIhn Chamberlain and liar rUn Bll1nl Julgel Steven R hicimneit- ShemifF W Q Parks Clerk Sulphur SRtlnFBJ G Weller and J U1Vallllc Judges M T Ithers- Sherff A B Werlding CItr- kMaganJ B Tllu bd Jan I- Mitier Jut tr WIlJic Iowcllyn- Sheriffjno hlulLtC terk- CromwelLH I T Poiterprnl SIn9 I Slevemis Judgct Jp W Wtroi1- Sherff Henry L lIchCIIlk cool SpringsA B Stanley RndI1 W Boles Judge H R Brown I Shreifi J N Berryman Nmrtb it kprtM ClIDavid Dt1ucanJudgeim J Shed ToeSznith Jr Clerk South Rockport n Wilson an- dJa H Wilson Judger IClin Miles Shetiff Henry Iunle Clerk clcctTom WlIsonandno 14 Miller 1uclcs C J Walue Shriff- Ohmr Stwart Clerk HOlreI r nehM lu Crowder and Jts Arnold Judger W P Miller Shecifl Floyd Aneut Cleik RosineLnny Tbouipso and C E Ruby judges J D MOmire1 Slier ill F L Sanderflu Clerk 1nettt flejvd DamRH Taylor 5fnnn Taylor Jmidges D B- Rtfd Shar I IJ HbrrfrCt rlr i Wet leaver DmrnJ Vulen Rk- Cr nll1 C LWoodwPtd Judges R HI ilMifles Sheriff D Col Clerk RvercttlHerrell Herbert Sand rt CierI CentertownT lI1Iatcherl1l1d W I RoweJndgen W H Bean Sheriff lames Re1eer Clerk I SmahlhotiiJ T Rowe and Sam Moeton Jtarlges Seth Hunter Sheriff Clint Igleheart Clerk Boat FordsviileN B Smith and H S Winfrey judgeb P C Mealey Sheriff J W lisle Clerk West Fordsvm Sam Miller and Writ Lyons Judges A HendeTs9il Sheriff Garland Lanam Clerk JEtnavilIeS F Whitely and S 14 Phillips Judges It R Rleod tsSher1- ft W H Ml1terClerk ShreveR B Whitttnghill aDd Mark Judges Grant Pollard SheriffDrD HGodaey Clerk OlatonW n Stevens and Carson C Dyers Judges J B Cannon Sheriff N B White Clerk DufordEzra Baird and Den New ton Judges J T Uorgtn Sheriff J p Holbrook Clerk DartettiChartes Philipps arid J H Davis utigee Lonnie Smith 5herlfi D B Bartlett Clerk ihflinEd Stewart and Virgil Turner Judges T D Owen Sherlfl A C Rowan Clerk CeralvoW H Morris and It WI Smith Jtldgcs Lonflarnard Sheriff E M Ktmwel Clerk Point lleasantW r Render and Jas AJ Tlehenor Judges W F Ccii- ditt Sheriff F 0 CfTmnn Clerk NarrowsC F Boswell and JU- GrthamJtidges VmGreen SherIflj C C Carter Cleric RalplrE U Morgan and Jno WI Ralph Judges G D Royal Shetifi I C W Moseley Clerk = a on tipation And aU symptoms and RsuJts of Indigestion holalAb rtOftUr the all at DR OARLSTEDT1S GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded iou are not plrss d- with rutt bu cured thousand way not youP promlftODIIIIrthaDloINOIPlUlela colIIUgllloo wlpt1Iti- Y I id a Oannui teZn1 It A4GQt gttat JIt It a Uti 00 IQWIhpUeUJ betlerali I ot ixdLly to pp4 tleollPa gDC It triallrJreoslprevail wu IIJ the dIl4gIIt to- tfuod your naDer TItS AWRICAN PIfARAtACAL CO Ilysnivilie tad PE 1OF Major T II Mars of tho First Wiscci sin Ol1vnlry regiment writes from 142- 5Dunning stroot ChIcaGo Ill tliofoUotv InglotterSForycars I suffered with ClJtsrrhot army41cdIcInocomrade who had been helped by Po- mJa advised me to try It I bought somo at once and zoon found blessed relict I kept taking it four months and am now well and strong and feel better than I bare dono lor the fsttwenty yean thanks to Perunll Toii fan OilyIntlhotter I haVO Improved 80 much tateverybgtly wants to know what medl tine I ant using Irooommcnd Vomits teverybody and some hare commendod to mo It The folks all sty that if Dr UnrtmlU1s modlclnocuroa uiq U znuhtb- ogreatJohn Vance j OntarioCtlnadhzsd II severs attack of Bright drc- nse which me so low the tloctor said nothing more could W done for me I began to take Perthrn nod llfanalin and In three monthS I Was lJ well man lUJ bavo 6evcrslnceJ Smite Atlie nppoaranco of tim first symptom OJ kidney trouble Pecans should hO r THE New York World Thric6aWeek Edition Reiut Wliorover the English Ln 1guftgo is Spoken TheThrlccaVcel W9rtd long ago established itself la public favor amul It in now recognized an the strangelt publication of Its kind In the United Stntee Advertisers and publishers seeking clubbing conibinattousand they know ebtuntyersahiy testify to this It Is widely circulated in every State and Territory of the IYn lon and even In re1 otc Smtlt Africa timed ou the gold fields In the deserts of Australia These are the things that tell Nect year yve have the Presidential campaign In which nil An1erlcj1nc are deeply Interttsted Alren ytheI issues am being discussed and the two great parties are preparing Jor Ute first moves You wilj not want to miss any detttUs and if yon subscribe nowyourretr amtbscriptfon will coyer the c uipaIgn from begin nlng to end The Thr1ceaWeek World Ilabso lately lair In Ui poHtlctJ news Par tI ldreRr1l ncv ol19wcU toelecI Ito news columns and Democrat and Re publicaupltke can olttIzt In I t pog S- tiu buaccopJ8 of a1t the gtet pa- litct1 contest Ia ocl4jdlou to afl b 0 the- Thnicea Wt Vorl frnlsblJI Ulf tet Iulflcon eitboPats 4thlr- eportl nhl1 alit r kotlt i I lptret Thr Thriecem tck Wqias- useripion ruTII rf1t fm tsr r anti til ptv fr s S6 pasza Sp s- fIcr thu u qilk1sr md- IZEItELICAW tgtICI ve Q to- js5 taken This rem Qdyt- mtriko at once tbsvery root of tho dlsoaso- Uatonoo ro 110011 UIO CA- tarrhal kid uOlfot the stagnantblood rditttnn nD v blood Peruna riLto excrete from the blood the accumu biting poison and thus prevents the con vulaton which nra suro to tOjlpW If thlt- polro 1 nro allowed to remain It gagroat vigor to tho Imearta action BUdtft- gcstl1Q system bOtIi of which tire apt to taU rapidly In this disease Pornha cures tarrhof the kidneys simply bocAU8Q ltcure eatarrh wherever loca ted If you do not derive prompt and sat tsf4Ctery resul from the nap of poruna- write at onco tQ Dr Hatzuan gtftlg a full t4fcmcIJt ot your case and WtU- bo pleased io Slvo you his valuable ad vice gratisSAddress Dr nartmu President of COIWBhu8Oh1oS IllinoIs Central lJnusuall Low Rates to the South and Soutlt- westOctober 2O p- og the Above date the Illinois tntra t1iI aell round trip thketa from Dearer Paso toSJackson rUss Vlcksb rr MIsS Natchez Tex New Orkan Lat and toaUlUlnol lDtralllDd Ynao iMlbalpi- slYalioz ftflpolntaln the Stat18 01 1IlftIIlppt andLothartaIll for the Roitip Jennings La Lake Ckarles La 7 Beaumont Tex ilositon TeL amid to points on tho SouirD Jatlftc U f n In the Statca of roolalaoll nest Tame etof ODd tnIDdlng tlolloton TnlllI Al 15 far the Rotlrig Jrjp Return limit November 11 TIt1etH amid loll lnfpnnatlou of ogsnb of th Illinois Central Sad connecting itnea A If UN80N U P A Chlogu- Bsri iii 4ltS10nX hsitstladYoti liars Always B t- 81r t r rD- AVIESSOOUNTY BANK TRUST 00O- WENSSORO KY Cash Capital 50000SStockholder Addtl Llabllllr 50000- Ourat FundforCutomrSIOO00- 011ta romt4 mubjoct to check Costa othlng to dpooit or eismck out LU tn bed bl maIL lotnt lto on time drpooIta OENTtLtCElOflthaIIortpercsDiSo emil or wdt for further xt1cnIar- az a tSDEUS0No lr44ea1 u r OOOVTkQQUIDh4J Its lOtolyoll do it you arc a victim ot inshtriaSDont Do It ltv Dangocoum 11 Wo91 admit it wlil cure malaria lut 1I1ol1tM- almQt dtadiy after ojJeds r HERBNEisto curs malaria stfk tmeoatha und all stomach kintey Dud liver compiutate TR IT TODtoY SO Cents 1 flottle AU D Ja ltJ sri =It Sale by S fl Wi1liernqS Hartford y 4 S 1 5 Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MiUiQaixttIEadoM with every Jtotto Is a TcnCent packagep erove mock hoot Uvu NM S ijrtiI iAW krr = = i =1c = t1 o Ia tr h lC KV Hartford Republican t leaned br the llartford tubltehing Company tloosroaLSED- O r E ftTJIFAUorm ya rssoi e =b lctntSJ=Ub nsVIIFRIDAY OCTOBER r6 REPUBLICAN TICKET You OonBoB MORRIS D DELli NAP FOB LnI1TIUUBT ODTEncO- UJ B WILllOYT FOB Tuievszn- JOIiNA IJLAVn Foil AVDITOU GEORGE W WELSU Foil ATTOnaET OE1cnL- LWIaf BEVnNJB FOB BCaJTARrOI nrAT- Ea a drEIaIlT- Fon RUTJI eVPLDUTZaDLtT LIMN OSTONE MCVABT1iEY- Pon CoXU108IOXSR OP AOilwvLTVDE GEORGE J1AnE FODCLIIUlOJOoru or ArPEAL- PJ nliEWlIIANRA- 1L1l0ID I Oo1U111110118 Third NaUtc- tADAMTSILEK I Fos etacnXT TensE W SCOTT DioiUUNO- NFonCoaaolnm u a ATToncc- TU L UEATEIN FaD STATE sL1AT0n ALVIN SIIEYNrrr FOB RErnUECTATIT- Eml A D PARK I Fonc11 vITCOTDTCLERK 1 E Q BABBASR- EMEMIIEII f that the Democrats are in favor of a higher rate of taxation Tara State prospered under Ro publican rule and has gone back un der Democratic rule A yom for the Democratic ticket is a vote to turn stducers out of the penitentiary and to hang Powers SENATOR Blackburn says that the Democrats do not want a vote unman the voter is in favor of hanging Caleb Powers Dn A D Pplu the Republican nominee for Representative is a model young man and will make an ext t cellent representative IT is two weeks from next Tueaday- e until the election and every Repuh- licn should do his duty See that nIl the votes are gotten out and a glorious victory awaits us TnE sun will sblne bright in our old Kentucky home again alter the election when Col Belknap is Governor and we again have anothe- BePublipan business administration is Kentucky TnE Republicans of Ohio county have a chance to carry the county for the Republican ticket by the largest majority that has over boon known if they will only go to work and get out the vote TDE Democratic speakers including Governor Beckham are conduct ing this campaign on the question of hanging Caleb Powers your legally elected Secretary of State and say if you are not in favor of hanging Powers you must not vote the Democratic ticket JinTBE Republican campaign opened Louisville Monday night with a largo crowd at the Auditorium Speeches were made by Hans A E Wilson Alfred Selligman and Henry L Stone It is predicted that Louis vlJle will give a big majority for the Republican ticket TimE people of this Judicial Die triet are too well informed as to the qualifications of Judge W S Moro neon for the office of Circuit Judge for us to add anything to or any words of comment on his candidacy J He is an uprIght honorable lawyer with a largo practice not made up with little damage suits but made up of litigation which takes a real law yer to handle SENATOR Blackburn and Congress man Shelley speaking at Shelbyvillo Monday for the Democratic ticket came out square is favor of disfran chisinJ the negro and yet the Demo crate run alter the negro vote and in Ohio county they are attempting to run a negro for Circuit Court Clerk These leaders prepared his petition and are otherwise assisting him in his campaign and yet they want to take away his right to vote The Democrats are great friends of the negro they want his vote and failing f in this they want to disfranchise him TIIERE has never been any pretense that out of the seven juries that have sat in the trials of persons charged with being connected with the assassin ation of Goebel that more than one Republican has over been empannell od and accepted as a juror and that was in a trial bad more than two years ago and the first of the seven when one man who said be was a Republican was by some mistake or oversight on the part of the partisan Democratic prosecutors permitted to become a juror Since that time six juries have been selected and not a- 1Iinglo Republican has been one of that number When such unheard I of proceedings as these occur and that too under the sanction and up- L t A fprovalof the judiciary and Deckhams- admipistration Is it not time for aU fairminded citizens to cast their vote for men who will not permit such out rageaod travorsities on justco to be repeated ON November 251903 the legally elected Secretary of State in the year 1899 Is sentenced to bo hanged by the neck until ho IS dead If you are in favor of hanging Powers you should vote the Democratic ticket and Senator Blackburn says ifyo are not in favor ot banging Powers the Democrats do not want your vote The Democrats are making the campaign on the question of tbe life and liberty of a fellow citizen If you indorse the course of the Dem ocrats in these partisan trials you should vote the Democratic ticket if not you should vote the Republican ticket The Judicial Race Judge Owen Is sitting In his las civil term of court In Davless county The December term of the criminal court will be hl last exercise of his judlcla functions There are a great many people who reflect on this with regret Judge Owen has been on the bench twelve years and haseatablish ed a record for Judicial ability that Is second to none that has been made In the state lu recent years His decis- Ions are In many cases models of precision and Insight Into law They have been upheld by the Court of A- peals p with more frequency than those of almost any other Judge upon tit bench In the state These things are generally recognized as true and yet In the primary contest Judge Owen was defeated by a majority that has rarely been known In any local race In some way the people became possessed that Judge Owen was not a success as a judge They held that crime went unpunlsh ed or was Inadequately punished They believed that the business of the court was not transacted with that vigorous promptness that counts for so much ou the civil as well as on the criminal side of the court They demanded Instead of judicial ability executive qualities They believed that Judge Blrkbead would bustle thlgs up and keep his docket clear They may be tight about It but It fs always dangerous to pass from one extreme to the other There Is no doubt In the mind of anyone as to Judge OVens Judicial qualifications They are very high There Is a gen eral belief on the part of his support ers that Judge Dlrkhead has consider able executive ability He has en joyed a large practice fit the collection damrage suits and advocates to believe that success In these lines Is a sure Indication of the soundness Judicial timber Should they elec- tJudge Blrkhead they are In grave danger of finding when It Is to late that they are wrong There can be no doubt that Judge Blrkhead wit put more ginger Into the conduct o the court than the people have seer for some time but ginger Is not salt The people should Inquire Into th qualifications and fitness of the two candldatet for circuit judge and de clde between them In accord with the public needs and without regard to partisan bias The judicial bench Is not a partisan bench There la not a man who will not say that he would be glad If the judiciary could be lifted forever out of the mire of politics so that the jUdge on the bench should always be free lydm any temptatlod to seek partisan advantage and to furth er his own Interest by his conduct and his decisions Drop politics In the judicial race and vote for the best 11anOwensboro Inquirer r p For Ii pleasant physic take Chum berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by J H Williams m Notice III the Dletrtct Court or the United Stat tor- tbe Wetern DItrlct 01 lientnckrIn Dalkruptoy In the matter of Leon L Patterson a Bankrupt On this 7th day of October A D J903 on considering the petition o the aforesaid bankrupt fat discharge filed on the stet day of September A D r903 It Is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 24th day of October A D r903 before said court at Federal Court Hell at Louisville Ky In said district at to oclock In the forenoon or all near thereto as Practicable and that notice thereof be published one time In HARTFORD RUPUDrJCAN newspaper printed In said district and that all known creditors another d persons In interest may appear at said time and place and sho cause II any they have why th prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky In said district on the 7th day of October AD J903 Trios SPnin Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY D C Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days For severel months our younger brother had been troubled with Indl- gestlon He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them We pur chased some of Chamberlains Sto mach and Liver Tablets and he com menced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds In flesh lIe Is now fully recoveredI We have a good trade on HoUey Bros Merchants Long Bra cb Mo Forsale by J H WU llama m BCKHAM MUST ANSWR Charges of Spelght or Get no r Votes E T Franks Asks the Governor Some Pertinent Questions In his speech at Central City Tuesday evening Hon E T Franks asks Gov Beckham some questions which he should answer or else the honest people of Kentucky should refuse to vote for him Col Franks said Mr Beckhnm says that he has confidence In the honesty and integ rlty of the great common people In view of that statement I would like to yak him a few questions Mr J C Speight candidate for Secretary of State charged In his speech at Prince ton more than three weeks ago that Mr Bnckbm had entered Into an agreement with certain partlea In considerationt It of on 80 contribution to the Demo static campaign fund that he Beck ham weld pardon n certain convict then confined lu the penitentiary I want to ask Mr Beckham 1r Mr Speights statement Is true If It Is how does he expect hone6t men to vot for him If It Is not true why does he not deny It or Is he afraid that If he does deny It Mr Spelght will prove It by Democratic tesllmo ny Does It take an honest man more than three weeks to deny a charge as serious liS the one made by Mr Spelght Mr Beckham has made eighteen speeches or rather the same I speech eighteen times and yet he Is as dumb as an oyster on this point I want to ask Mr Beckham what he wilt do In case the election returns on November 3 glues Cot Belknllp a malorty Will he surrender or will he contest as he did In tBgg end take the office against the expressed wish of the people Mr Beckham said at- Zfayfield In goo that should he be elected that he would not pardon any man convicted by a Jury of twelve I men I want to ask him If he Is go- Ing to make that promise this year and If be does will he break his promise ee soon alter making It as he did In J9OOIMr Beckham says that he le II friend of the laboring man The la boring men of Kentucky would like to know just when this great change of heart took place Has he commit ted eau act since he has been filling an office to which some one else was elected that would cause the laborttig men of Kentucky to fell over each lather to set to vote for him He says that his record Is his platform It that be true then let as proceed to examine that record I hold In my 896tmember of the Legislature and II you will turn to page 6u you will find that the house had under consldera 1toa Hoagie bill 16g an act entitled an fact to regulate the payment of labor era of this State This bill was Immediately pate upon Its passage the vote resulted In 48 years and 44 nays and the bill passed a Republican House by four majority nearly aU the Republicans voting for the bill and nearly aU the Democrats voting against It PromI f vent among those voting against the IbllJ were J C W Beckham W P Thorne end J Morgan Chlnlt now candidates for Governor Lieutenant Governor and Clerk of the Court of Appeals on tits Democratic ticket 9Senatelaw b- It was what was known as thetl flugNot satisfied with this Mr Gossom the next day moved to reconsider the vote by which It passe1 the House and notwithstanding the fact that Mr Beckham Mr Thorne and Mr Chinn had sleptover the matter they would not vote to reconsider yet they are very much Interested in the wel bragainst him just as soon as the election ls over provided he wants hisa pay every There Is more Catarrh In this sec tic n of the country than all other die eases put together and until the lastI few years was supposed to be Incura ble For a great many years doctors pronuonced It a local disease and pre= scribed local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local treat Sclsence proven a can stltutlonot disease and therefore re IIHaWIF J Cherry Co Toledo Ohlols theeJO drops to a teaspoonful It acts dl redly on the blood and mucous surface of the system They offer one- ahundred dollars for any ease It falls to cure Send for circulars and test 0- monlals Address F J Chery Co d Toledo Ohio ti Sold by Druggists 7SCsHalls Family Pills I A Mean St twThe Paris Gazette Aewocrat sizes up the Democratic campaign orators cal thus wickedly Colonel Breckenridge claims that the campaign orators ere starting out with so many expletives and such a his farewell Incubus of bumpy anperla- tivea that they are apt to run short before the campaign has ended The Gazette noticed this tendency on the part of MtrBeckham Joe Blackburn lu and others at Winchester but hoped that alter the firstduat stirring gust f- they would settle down to a steady alrpurltylng breeze However the settling down time has not yet at- ived and Mr Deckhnm continues to the belief that the Kentuckians have not heard of tits murder of Goebel the numerous trlllls at Frankfort and Georgetown and that It is his bounden duty as a faithful historian to tell the people the whole story and give them something to talk bout Of course nobody expects anything better from poor old Joe Blackburn who Is the nightmare of a statesman nor of Ollie James who Is Incapable- of rational volition Buta young tallow like Beckham whose two grandpas were governors and who himself has served one term end bee declared his ability and eligibility for another term ought todo better than that especially when the people have all turned thelrfacea toward the future and weal to know something about the development of the great natural resources of the State The days of abuse have passed and Is not the style now In the more enlightened communities to appeal- to mens passions And Itould be real nice and sensiblelike it our campaign orators could realize Cities truths 0 LIVERMORE KY Oct I3We are glad to note the continued Improvement of the editor Miss Eemma Morton of Center town spent Saturday end Sunday with Rev and Mrs T M Morton Miss Ruth Thomas of Marlon Ky pent Sunday with Mr sad Mrs A M Hackett Miss Verna Coomes of Owensboro s visiting her grandmother Mrs Lee Whittaker Chas Gregory returned from Ohio last week after several weeks tray Mrs Arthur BualtlU of Crowley- La Is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Lou Sash of Central City spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr George Sosh and family Mrs w J Hazard le visiting In Central City- Mrames Hazard of DetroltMlch s visiting his brother Mr W Jllaz ard Mrs tela Hunter and MrS Johnson of New Madrid Mo niter a fortnights visit with Mrs G A mus have returned home Dr Wm Stringer the dentist left today for Madisonvllle where he will torero permanently Livermore would welcome a good dentistMr Thos Trunnel formerly of this place died In Paducah last Thursday of Tnberculols Ills remains were brought to Utica and burled In the Green Briar cemetery The Masons conducted the funeral services Hone Ben Ringo and T P Blrk head cgndidatea for Commonwealths Attorney and Circuit Judge respec tlvely spoke ben last Friday to an audience of about sevmtyfivemoetly composed of bone and girls Neither speech wps of each a nature as to hold the audience spellboqud and very Ut tie Interest was manifested Mr and Mrs R E Williams and Mrs J I Ashby end daughter have moved to Dawson Ky where they will reside for a year In hope of reo gaining their health Messrs Hlce Condit and Ed Render of Ceutertown are visiting rlends here Miss GoldIe Harrison of Island Ky visited IP Downs family Sunday r Ran area ThroughHis While opening a box J C Mount Three Mlle Bay N Y yen a ten enny nail through tits fleshy part of- is hand I thought at note of all pain and soreness title would me to he says and Immediate applied Chamberlains Pain Balm occasionally afterwards To my surprise It removed all pare and soreness and the Injured parts were soon healed For sale by J H WIl llama m COl Weissingers Mistake It Is well enough that Col Henry Weissinger has retired from the stump and It would probably have better for the Democratic patty he never taken lt In his speech Bowling Green he gave as his tea sons why the voters should not support Col Belknap for Gonenor that the Republican candidate had never a chew of one of Kentuckys chief products and had never takena drink of whisky another otoar lead- Ing products COl Belknaps abstln ence In both particulars Is tibJscred- It and set to his discredit Col- Welssiuger Is the first man who ever proclaimed from the stump that chew tobacco and drinking whiskey accomplishments of gentlemen- It le true that many men Indulge In both of these practices but they are Invariable classed among gentlemen and especially Christian gentlemen s bad habits and are deplored Instead commended The men who In ulge in these small vIces have never rged them as grounds for political upport If chewing tobacco and drinking Is not commendation to the voter then It le absurd from a pouti+ standpoint to crltlclle R man for the nonuse of them We went to emphasize our condemnation of tile foolishnlss of Cot Weissinger as In zeal for our candidate he has stepped herd upon the toes of the moral people of the State who have no pa hence with an advocacy of whisky drinking or the filthy habit of chew g tobacco The News Is one of the strongest advocates of GovBeckham and the Demcratlc party but Ins not FhisCol Welssinger go WilY back and sit down and keep Jtls mouth shut Elizabethtown News- BUFORD A KY Oct 14Mrs Sarah King returned home Monday after a long visit to her daughter Mrs Sam Riley of Owens tore Miss Harle Cundifi Is visiting her sister Mrs Jim Garret otOwensboro this week Born to the wife of Mr Sam Rhoads October 9 a fine girl Mr John Cook lost his barn of tobacco e and hay by fire last Saturday the barn belonging to Mr C L Field of Oweosboro no Insurance Mrs Charlie Tichenor of Nuckles Station Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Holbrooksc 1Thelast issue says In M L Heavrin tthetorney equal in ability to the talent which appears In this district for the defense Those who attend court know how much depends upon the way a prosecution le presented We were talking with the present Circuit Judge of this district a short while before Mr Heavrins nomination and the Judge rald Mr Heavrlu was ou one side or the other of nearly every Important law suit The people of the district will make no mistake to secure his services In every criminal case In the district for the next six years TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY AUdraw rOTVdanatnreInoneach box Tae Call on A C Taylor for anything in the Undertakers line Coffins any size or style furnished at a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour The people of Kentucky have not forgotten aboutStrotiing Barber Weaver one of the earlier star witnesses In the Powers case A clear case 01- pnrjury wu proven against him but what did the Democrats ever do about It He swot falsly lu order to help the Democrats out and when It was proven on him they merely arrested hint as a blind and allowed him to jump his bond and get out of reach There have been other purjurers In these Goebel cases also and will continue to be as long as the Republican victims hold out and the tooooo reward fUtd to availed tjTa Early RivrsThe famous little pills REPUBLICANS VSDEMOCRATS Comparison of Republican and Democratic Administration Large sums of money have been paid out by Governor BtCkhllm to legalIMost not all could easily have been handled In the office of the Attorney General f- ntrusted to It However Attorney General Pratt Is a Republican and this fact may explain why these matters were not allowed to take their usual course The figures for Governor Bradley roar years For GovernOr Btckbam the figures cover three years and part only or the four and white official for wearer complete data are believed to be cornet figures do not Include lThese leepald Capt Calhoun theI of the soldiers In the war This was a strictly privateI transactlonnot appearing on dltors booksIAmount of special attorneys fees paid under administration of Governor Bradley 3048603 Amount paid under Governor Beck ham its 47679 During the terms of Governors Stephenson Leslie and McCreary rev Brat millions of dollara were collected by the State officials without the aid of a claim agents assistance Under the administration of Gov Brown the sum of 60675103 amount of direct war tax was collect ed and paid into the State Treasury without a cent of expense or coat of claim agent services except two cents which paid the postage of Gov Browns letter to the authorities at Washington These claims were exactly of the same character as that for the collee Lion of whichiGovernor Beckhllm al lowed and pAid Capt C C Colhoun a tee of Thats 71000Ithing to cure your I ness and give you a good digestion Jyer s Pills arc liver pills They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxativeAlldr IaU hroo noirlcA kTTbnars atMoutW- BUCKINGHAMS aErA 6ilraM en N Down Mor DeWittuti i Salve Fer PIleI Iliwnsr Sores i4 ever this GOODS Wool Dross Goods wo have ti collection shown in most fashionable cad9unrtol of country Wo have thorn in most desirable at most ptrios This stock selected with idea of pleasing woman of small purse as wall rn tliosee with nn bank account For Mon and Boys selected from best stock thocoun try with all idea of STYLE arid Low Prices It cost nothing to look and it sav111g to you you That Are AfterYou And that IfYoud Look Our Goods YoudbeAfter ysl- Yo aro after you to mako money Look our stock and you will bo aft us becauso wo savo you monoy Wo are bettor prepared to servo yott this year than Over before We boughtmoro goods and at closer prices consequently wo are offering them at less monIComo and seol SHOESIfyou are looking for Ladies Fino Shoes wo aro prepared to show you the latest Wo also have splendid linq of veryday Shoesgood values guararte J to give satisfaction Our lino of Mens Shoes cant beat Everyday Shoes for service any style you may call for from heavy Plow nt DB to the best hightop Booteo nt 450 A full lino Childrens Misses Youths and Boys Shoos If you lmvo children to buy Shoes for dont to see this line CLOTHINGIf itis Cloth11g you want wo cnn please you Wo have fine Uno and our prices are closest We not mark up pricos in order to We simply mark our goods in plain figures at close price and treat everybody alike Dont to see our Clothing when you need anything in this lineIt will moneysaving visit to you DRESS GOODS1erha B it is Dress Goods you are looking for We certautly have the best line over brought to Hartford A full line of heavy Suitings for Coat Suits These goods mut be soon to appreciated A ltandsomo line of Yestings for Shirt Waistsdohcato Shades of pink and blue fleece Pique yard heavy whiw fleece snmo at j- 25oa yard A ftnb lino Wash Goods for Shirt- Waist 1 Suits Ynrdwide Madras beautiful patterns only lOc syard Regular 15c grades MILLINERYTito largest and best assortment over brought to Ohio Dont to see this elegant and varied line beforopurcltasingaHatj EC0110ttlY Store rt ++ ++ 4itt tt E P BARNES tBRO JBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY m m I l W I Millinery m GooUs irimminus Laffles and Misses Wraps and Fue T The keen interest accorded our New Fall Things the past week by early shoppers deprived our5t ad man of an opportunity of extending to the public an earlier invitation to visit our quarters to seethe Mammoth Preparations we have made to supply their wants in the correct things in every depart et oj our store You are invited to visit our store and willing hands and glad hearts will f take pleasure in showing you the most diversified and elaborate coltectton of GENERAL MERCHAN l DISE shown in county DRESS In quite oj tit nowest conceits the the the weave the reasonable was the the unlimited I SUITSSHOESHATS the in Durability moans n if buy + + + + f We Over over r oy a hi a Shoo of fail n the do full n fail be n bo 15c a of a fail ii4++ + MILLINERY o Our Suporior Selections for the Autumn Season aro ready Si for the critical insjection of every Lady in this county Ac FIcording to the sales ill this Dopartniont the past week anti ltho compliments received on the product of Trimmers we I know that our lino is boyond reproach STRIKING SHOW OF WOrENS GARMENTS tWohnvo on Salo now the most wonderful oxhibit of L Womansstylisl fpsI urged to cull and see tho greatestoffsits ofourbietory w io i display of Fashionable Garmouts at rO hlccdp 1J 1 jPBARNESa8RO r 1 rUeaver DaIll Ky tr r 0 Tr I 11i CC o t1 ro 1 0 +i 1U t i 0i i Extraordinary a 4fl L 4 Uuderpricit1gr itt 4fl This ig what wo claim wo are doing for our corn potltors in every instance and the roason for this B J i l r 4fl SellingBy I are not paying what credit houses lose Vo want to f 4fl savo you money Our interest and yours are identi 3 cal If you nro not satisfied we are dissatisfied We 4fl quote a few specials Kneet= SPECIAL NO ITen dozen Child i f tl sPliccU Heel and loo two thread Leg and three E SpecialPriceSPECIAL N02 ten dozen Ladies t Heavy Gray Ribbed Fleeced Vests made of Peelers anIb blh to you 25c Pants to match lJ t 41 SPECIA NO 3Mens 4button Sack H t Coats all strictly High Class grata of wool Black j1hibot Suits well lined aU scams sowed with silk U thread Pants with French41 waistband Suit which y = you usually pay 1600 for Our Special Price is 4Fi 1000 Also n big assortment of Childrens Cloth 4Q 41 ing ds 41 = SPECIAL NO 4lIens Womensand 61 41 Childrens Shoes Extra quality seamless back bit = mona everyday wear Shoes the kind that sells for 4fl 160 Our price 126 Ladies good heavy riveted Shoes pegged bottom solid soles n good wearer for = 100 a Pair Childrens of some make and qualityILadies 60c to 100 per pair according to 188 We aro vorJdesirous that you como and loadedir Big Stock You will find our shelves 1 v with Dig Bargains Throughout our Store is =not a price that is not decidedly lower than what It i you have boon paying = bIt 1T J bit t = bss ibitW W W WW Hartford Republican I FRIDAY OCTOBER I6 City Retantant Rend Davk5a Co ale sit Tr Co ad f All moaeyluoke alike to us- CARSON Co I VMuter Jtwhua Fled hadr x0u2 Iow prices keep UK busy 9 RON Co i nft Nhut Iuhcll III lfly Restaurant at 411 huunt- iVe ncrtuer huy nnr all q1 tttuna JLI goods CARSON Co 1 Fresh Oyiliers ttervetl lu uny style Jt at City R llIrlint Ou rcohing Is as good ns your l money CARSON Co 7lr W F Bran and wile Dundee were In town Tuesday Our highest imbitoa ll to have you aalbaed CARSON Co i Rev Jo T Taylor la comductlnga rotracted meeting at Adeburg- ITJoj Jr t tSq4 sale store sever baa a vacation CARSON lit Co 1 No regrets alter you bays traded t here CARSON Co Mr thtll Prak Is able to be out egdm after several weeks sickneaa BONE FOOD Soft and foked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if want to The growing child must eat the right for growth Bones JO must have bone blood l must have blood food and so l on the list j ScoUsEmulsion is the right c treatment for soft bones in children Littledoseseveryday give the stiffness and shape If that health bones should have Bow legs become straighter a loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft i1heads food caused the J trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands cases Scott s Emulsion has proven to be the riahf food for soft bones in dI0 Send for free sample t SCOTT BOWNS Chemist i 40941tS pearl StreetNew York pre sari rGOIa1ltk1llllM l Y typholdSever Mr W R Jones Pordsvllte was la town Wednesday buyIngMr Robt Simpson Arnold called to see u while la town Tuesday City Restaurant la headquarters for Oysters Flak Celery Fruits c Caleb Powers Ilpeecl1la his recent trial lion sale at the poatofficeIse per copy t Nicest and freshest line of Cakee kers tn Hartford at City Ru- tnnrant lion E T Franks was the guest of Mr T S Marks and family while here Monday Let as know our error and we wilt see that It Is corrected CAUOf Co Bring on rEggs Chickens Feathers and Butter CARSON Co OSTEOPATHYDr D W King le at Mrs Lou Colllas Examinillon and Consultation tree ti We offer the best that care and ez periencecan provide CARSON Co Mra John G Keowu who has been sick for six months Is improving and wilt soon be well again Mrs F L Felix IUd children are visiting Mrs Fellxs mother Mrs Duncan In Louisville this week O Remnant Calico la going fast You must get a hustle on you If you get a bundle CARS N Cp Dr A F Stanley was called to Rochester last Sunday to eeehis III offiuxCot R D Walker will go to Frank tort Monday where be has some 1m- porta t law suite pending in the Court of Appeals Mr B H Stewart has been sort noted for Constable bytbe Republic ans to nil the vacancy in the Roalue Magisterial district There are now tour candidatea lor Town Marshal at the nest election- S T Barnett R IParis J B Dod son and CR Morrlsou Rev W T Miller the new Metha diet minister for thle Circuit baa rived In Hartford ylthhlslawllY8l1d will occupy the new parsonage- wANTEDEverybody to see the largest ad beet assortment of tadlJ Misses and childrens Pltra ud Cloaks ever brought to Hartford a- Ecouomy t Dry Goods store 1 Mba Lucye James Render accom- puled by Miss Lula Walker City afternoonbs6 Mrs Lydia Tanner and niece M lea LydIa Tichenor of Nuckols afro have been visiting the family of Mr A H Rowan returned home yest J dRY Editor C n Smith who has typhttlly improving and will be out lu few days Mr Thos Wlllace was re eleel keeper of the almlhouse by the Fl l san court Wednesday and Dr A P leywas reelected county physician at the same time ttb The Floating Studio le now at Hlrt- 10rdluntfl January 11904 Our pr es on many of our better grades a cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a tan before going elsewhere Dont fan to see the mllliaery Goo at the Economy Dry Goo bib Store II we havent what you wan F1we make It Come to see ua Mae SARA CoWNS SUITu The examining trial of Harrison Peach charged with the murder of Bud Clark at Roslnei was held before h Judge Miller Monday and he was dls charged the evidence not being lIul fient on which to hold him to the grand jury The Ohio County Fiscal Court le Is session this week with Judge J P Miller presldlsg and Magistrate Jso M Graham W A Rone I A JjGtesdabce In mentioning the poultry exhlhl- t the Fair la our last Issue we lalled be to say anything about the flue chick ens belonging to Mrs I P Foreman Mrs Foremen had some very fin e chickens end was the recIpient of a number of premiums Deputy Sheri Jo H Roberts came near getting killed Wednesday He had gone out to Herbert collectlsg taxes and on returning home his horse became frightened and ran away throwing him out end against a tree bruising hIm up pretty bed and he will be laid up for several days The barn of C L Field DearJJwford waa burned Saturday entailing a lose of approximately 1000 It contained a large quantl ty of tobacco some corn hay Bd U1Inlurauce 01thatOn the 6th of this month s team driven by Mrs Alvis Futkereon 01 Ceralvo rau away throwing Mrs Palker out and injuring her by breaking one limb In twoplacee from which injury blood poison set up and she died ltSaturday night and and her remains were burled In the hose burying grounds on Sunday The funeral services were conducted by Rev J H Lawrence Marriage licenses since our last bthsue C W Marlow Haynesfvllle to f Emma X Lyons Haysesvllle Rob ert R nawea McHenry to Theodosla Wade McHeury J T Allen Hartford to Ida Brooke Beds Bruce Riggs- Oleton to Mattie j Biacklock Nar rows John W McCartney Fordaville to Jennie V Howard FordavUle- Hezzle Ward Hartford to Nina Bea- nett Hartford J B Burgess Prentla to Harriett B Fogle Ptentir Payton- Baaham Trisler to Franda L5tTrieler CUde F Leach Cromwell to 11- 15op1la M McCoy Beaver Dam w1 Rockport Deposit Bank The people of Rockport will have a bank at that place in the near future The bank wilt open for business on December lit with a capital stock of 15000 Mr JamN n Maddox is Pres lag ident and Mr ltd Dnypuy Is Ute Cashier and theother directors lathe bank are Messrs D F Glbb elPlu the bank are aU good beainesa men and the bank will be a success REPUBLICAN SPEAKING HoaAS Bennett Republican nominee for State5esator cud Ernest Woodward will speak et the follow times and places Su Megan Fpdaj Oct I3t7 pmB- arUetts Saturday Oct 242 p m Beds Saturday Oct 24 7 pnt M S RAQWDiChmD liltARockport KyQctt t2John Rock wilt the oldest man la thla section of Ohio county died near here Sunday alter noon at 5 oclockof rnaladles incident wi to old age He was eghtyelRht years hilaelr enemy or lost a friend except by death hiWRITPSYILLEOct tdThe protected matting titbeing conducted by Revs Beaten Moore and RateUI is plogreesing nicely Mr W D Neet went toOweuabore Monday U1Ramaeyturned froutlonbville beendtlvee bas rebusd to her home In I StLoull Mr Nrank Brooks of9weslbcfo the Isspending a few days with his pat eatsj Mr nlMrs A P Brooke put A crowd of young folks of Ford- sI are villa chaperoned by Mr and ri Clarence Smith attended the pr tracted meeting Sunday night Meseta Jno Clerk and Claren Williams 01 Owensboro and M8t8 Bertha and Myrtle Nwe of PhUpot erwere In town Sunday Miss Kate Holland baa return d home from a visit to relatives 1 seemLewapart PhilpotIdMre H P Brooks Sunday Miss Bessie Floyd Knottaviile- ed spending a few days In tows Mr Chester Keown Hartford w here Saturday night Mies Mettle Holland went to Fords vllle Friday returning Saturday Mr Myrtle Faught end sister o Owensboro were In town Sunday reMrs Hosea Shown Bede le visit parents Mr and Mrs Then HickeyIMiss Sallle Owen Reynolds vllited her aunt Mrs J B Ware Saturday Sundayt Peak who had bees low for some time with consumption died Friday Funeral services were conducted Jiy1Rev T J Ratclllf frol the home of her mother Mrs lohi Rhodes Miss Ethel Cook Habit was la town Sunday Mrs Thos Ramsey b on the sick list Mr and Mrs Smith Lewis port were the guests 01 Dr and Mre Delus Hapuca last week Mr Ford and slater Lima of llvla were the guests of Mie Dora Evans week Church Dedication- t The new church et No Creek will dedicated on Ute Fourth Sunday la this month Everybody cordially Invited IUd a good time end a profitd able day le INured Diner served on the ground and everybodyh present wilt be samptloualy a A DEMOCRATIC S HEMEw Powers and Howard Removed toa Lopfsvlle For Political Effectgtda The Democratic party not satisfied bounding Caleb Powers and Jim was heacltemehLTadgee Commonwealth Attorney having in court ea affidavit of the jaUet tral Scott county that ice believed that dlteelThis le another of the trleke being ole brlthlttIaUtlagabout hnndtued as common Su Uhurriedly MIUtecampaign on the life and liberty o- Go fellowmen to Fosters Cash Grocery for good Counr try Ha rsBXtra good 15cmNORTON KYal erOctWhaleR Davleu rom ty was the guest of Mt Shelby Rock last Friday Mr James MUIe left for- s In fathers scarf IiopTdnditllle GMrvisited friends in our community on TuesdayMaster Wayne Richardson bag the tel Jallylapowder tape peCwhen in need of QYIII canfurnishshort notice at a very seam moderate 4 i efillALEXANDER KY deaf Oct 13neY E Church at No way Creek will be dedicated the fourth was nondayIhIrooksfroths et 3 p m Sunday Miss Alice Webb accompanied her Mrs Henry IlerJo her home Champlain Illinois where Ihe lei spend a few weeks Mr John Stevens has sold his per that eonal property and will live hereafter th bee children Yr SarnHIIIII spent last week with es brother Prof C H HUls at Cal DWebbaghly enjoyed Mrs Edwards of cmtertalaed with music UR slate boar when refreshments were salved awMrswith Hr serMrTIBaltd Leltch field one Mr and Mrs Peter Shown attended association at Barnette cI SuudayJtoI kind of feel sorry says the + Rev Sean loses fob the Democrats uaedto be one and havent lost a kUow feeling for them The truth of bUIIDeH la they need sympathy Theyare without a leader and with au Issue In Kentucky they Itadcrlessad pletlormlees SPEAKSa LargeeCrowd and Creates Much EnthusIasm Col n T Franks of Owensboro- a spoke It the Court Monday afters on thetbone of the best speakers on t beelrd hisSThe Democratic party not have any platform to dissect the speak pafcrate had been pardoned out of ti penitentiary for political purpose and how Joe Raleigh had been pardoned for the murder of a little fourtee peer old girl who had been assaulted by RaleIgh He compared the e C pendlturesoC the State under a publican administration and the under Democratic edminbtrations end produced the following figures ta Seep from the public records to be lout his statement for one year ReP Dem AttomalltNNM MlGOOoo t 2SnCrImInal prolecaUonMNZO8t 2P1- E9anncstloa aoard 11178 11619o- alaaafaaa department U84181 1iQa- Ynperloepub yrlanog 410820 nulI- nbU prints aDd blDdlDS Ia2DroD 111211 ascetic boobNNNNN 635052 27117 slat nea1N1I0ao lsuO- naceoaato1M111nn U30883 sires w Dlatrlhotloaotpub reo 44000 81415- 1nbU oosa 31DOe12 1I1M11- hC1ltera dork h1re 1I40185 22aGJ18- DeIBouatla ncas one apabU- aIZIJpeadlt1UelUO48 Abe speech was well received here end wlll do much good- SMALLHOUS KY Oct 12Rev G H Lawrence con the funeral service of Mrs- lvin PI11kersos Sunday at her I nest Cerelvo Her loth w caused from a fatal Injury received hut aeaday by runaway team Mrs D H hunt and daughter Miss Sallie returned Thursday from weeks visit to relatives at Rockport Mr Owes Hnnter who has engaged teaching near Cromwell was the of his parents Friday Satur- y and Sunday Mr Loge Stevens near Cromwell Use of Irlads and relatives to FridayUIlSturdlYd Muter Ed Hunter was the guest 01 aunt Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo night Mr Rl1dneFulkerson went to CenIN City Sunday Mr Jack Reid Is a new adII to his 4we11lsgtMr Will Maddox and family nch spent Saturday might with hisw Abr M P Maddox to Mr and Mrs M P Maddox and Mies Oma end Mr Blackly sad tamlip spent the d candaymar South Carrollton gl Mrs L B Taylor and daughter the Debbie went to Centertown ot TuesdaydMr J R Hunter and sonEdmond went to Utica Wednesdayw The Salve That Heals dlnemany salves but DeWitts Witch Salve lit the only Witch Hazel made that oomtelne the pure witch hazel If any oW IeIvented Witch Hazel Salve and De nl Watts Hazel Salve la the beat salve the world for cafe burns bruises fetter or blind bleeding itching and WeyerGdf6n Serious Charge William HlZellp hailing fro ff flat county Is confined In the county c with a serious charge hanging him He 18 charged with de ming a girl against her will the nalty for which ba sentence la theIf pemltentlaryIeHeulip was arrested on a warrant do at the instance of W D How of seven HlUs lathe warrant Heullp ls charged with detaining MlH Florence Howrd a slater ol Ute 01 who swore out the warrant- sMII8 Howard Is a mere girl about of age She Is a StuCat the college and was on her tOlthool when It Is alleged she accosted by Hlzellp who would for t let her pave She was badly to psheThe letter came to tows lanJltedlately and hid the warrant ra- aned and Hllzellp was soon In CU- Stody He Is In old man looks to be sot them sixty years of age He protested his innocence and InsIsted he had door nothIng wrong Delpltehll protestations be was sent jail to em examining trial Owensboro Inquirer NasalATARRH IUeI4 Deueteew l- ltlyr enBaler- IttiaraeaWeDndddra eoctIesee M6It- IIIe dIaeue4 I oIa tM wad C1n651tI pIIee4 late w eraM9 spAsM oM sebraM u4 u abe kes RaNl1mm- mediW asd scan roAoin It W sot drl daU- aotDtdareeelsai LarQ640otwaliatlkae daDraWtt 14U181 +eSOtea4Drmt11 BHOTDERS NWana SUeIt N York IIIfrrkee nflaaldE- atfNMM u a weratiSeJDhtro f UN 011 aw a 1I7IIOfffI w-liD rt1ff l7 I11caTWtlh1lau 01 p1 t2 Lr4n tNew GoodsCheap Goods Wohavo just returned from the City Marw w1i vo have purchased a big Bootsiceso- b Unkots andr in fact r t everything found in a rstrc1IlS9 uptodate store Wo also purchased a big lot of uptodate Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Childrens Cloaks and n big ilot of Furs at prices that are eyopeners ail IgtP MensrBlack Clay Worsted Suits sizes 36 toe 42 at 2G0 elsewhere 600 Twenty Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 at 260 elsewhere 126- Twenty liens aUwool heavy Suits oleoswhore 760 Big assortment of Pants aU sizes and arcolors L00 elsewhere from 160 to 260 Dig line of Boys Suits aU prices We would like you more prices but as our is limited therefore JJ ask the public to andexamine our atock and buy their Goods us i can and will save Yours for Ky WATCHES KENTUCKY PresidentasRooseyeltGood News of Pres ent Campaign Washington Oct xoPresldeat Roosevelt was given some gratifying news today by Col Cicero M Barnett concerning political situation In Kentucky The Louisville Snveyor- o Customs celled at the White House pay his respects but the President detalmedhlm until he aupplemented- is stock of information of Bluegrass pollUcs Mr Barnett talked with him some little time and afterward to The Herald correspondent The President is deeply Interested thee welfare of the Republican per tylnourState He displayed whet me was an astonishing familiarity the situation there but wanted know still more about It It was vident from the manner la which he that he has been keeping close advised on developments the mpaign now going on He was pleased when I told him of promising outlook for the election Cot Belknap and the other candi ates on out ticket and expressed the sincere hope that the Republicans ould the election Cot Baruetf will stay here until tomorrow or Monday He had a busy of it today in his as- urveying he tailed on Assistant Sec retarq ofthe Treasurer Armstrong Send disposed of some routine official matters Later la Ute day he had a con with Commissioners ot Inter Reveaae Yerkel- Speaklugof the outlook for Republican success Is Kentucky Col Bar nett laid the situation Is entirely eat Islactory and every thing points to success The Democrats are apathetic over Gov Beckham end the teat of the ticket and this together with the Democrats rilescctlon and the nthusiasm and unity of the Republl came are clearly indicative of a Repnb triumph at the polls I never more sanguine of victory then I sow It Goes Right to the Spot When pain or Irritation os any part of the body the application Blllerds Snow Liniment will gIve relief It goes right to the pot said an old man who was rub rhemmatbwRTensba wrlteatoI have need Bal lards Snow Liniment in my family several years bd have toadItbea fine remedy for aU ains and I recommend It for pains the throat and chest Isc5oc and ttteeet J H Williams m- CJhJlTOgtYAgmw TN kIId YIII Iktt fiery eItfIC et C4 FORDSVIUE KY 14MrCh rUeWeUI of Ow ensboro Is visiting friends and rein tires is town Miss Nannle Jones who has been visiting her illstersMra A L Hudson of Hanford and Mrs C L fluff of Sulphur Springs for the pastt month returned home Sunday Mrs Linz Hull waathe guest of her mother Mrs N II Smith Mos day night Mr John Turuham an exsoldier returned recently from the Phlllppise- hlabdl and lathe guest othlsbrolh er and sister Mr and Mrs Charlie Had and chit dres were theguests ot MraHufla par eats Mr au Mrs WR Jones Sunday and Monday Mothers Who keepthelr children In 200d health should watch for the first symptoms of wormy and remove them wIth Whites Cream VermUuge It Is thechlldrene best tonic It gets digestion at work ao that their food does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 250 at J H Williams tar xJQL ierSHOES Unmilton Brown for men ovary pair guaranteod 126 dies Shoes 1 Big lot of LniShoesall prices JACKETA 12 JaCket far 10 Jacket for f3 an 8 Jacket for 5 and soon down the lino SKIRTS A 6 Skirt for 425 a l 6 Skirt for 376 a 4Skirt for 260 a 3 Skirt for 160 a 1GdSklrt fors100 Childrens Jackets qtaUpricos to give space we call Fall from Yoil monoY trade i8 Bach Hartford the capacity inn- hine exists prompt Oct would ACTAYLOR Undertaker I have just roceiveda full line or Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse isof the latest pattern and strictly uptodate I have Procured the services ot Mr Wallace Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and droeeing- a specialty My House is open day and night Calls answered on short notice A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky SHRlffS SA 1 20SzdirectedClerkaOffice of the Ohio Circuit againstJCrowder and F MBtClatr I or one of my Deputies will expose to public sat to Ute highest and beet bidder the following personal property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Pldntifl debt interest ad 903betweenend nocleck a m atUte Old Mill- House la ROeiue Ky and the real estate at the Court House door la Hartford Ky on Monday November between the hours OCIoclock oclock PufBoiler andOne set Corn Barn situated ithOld Mill- House at Rslne Ky also one town lot in Roalne Ky bounded oa South by lands and track of I C Il R Coon tile West by Cromwell end Sal phur Springs rOad f1 the North by a Street on the Rut by tile lands of I- C R R Co It being the lot O- Rwblch the mill above deathbed la located levied upon as the property of defendants la this action THRMSSele wilt be made 0It a approvedrltyt at the rate of annum from dy of saleand having the fsrceand effect of a sale Wltnei my hand tills J3Ut day of October 19o3 CAL p xaowNB O C By R L BoYD P8 Democrats who have referred to Cal Belknap as the snowball will awake upon the frosty 4th of November to feel that he has proven a hugh highball to theDeanocratic party end noUhe kind without headache Lungsy An attack of lagrippe left me with a bid cough friends said I had consumpliofl1 then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and It me promptly A K Randles Nokomla Ill You forgot to buy a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on so you let It run along Even now wIth all your hard coughing It will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall back on Three San I HeIIe St All u e NtkakaotnWaltUUooIIXaIa 1 j Real Estatesit DO YOUWAMT A FAIIM farniadjoiningBeaver fine farm in coi1aj ion- Goodbuilding jall lundsof Ono of the nicest farms in Ohio county I bavo sumo land fgr teal 70 acres near Palo for 74Q Good bargain 100 acres foul miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 136 acres four mhos north of Hartford for 800111 good 1 condition Good building r c Ifyou want W buy or sell Boo me S A An erson floater in Real Estate HARTFORD KY A35OSuflo1Furni 1ur- eGIVENAWAY Ifyou want to be the lucky penJQXi buy your goods from us fipm nosy until of the year and got a guess at the le1gthoftimo the BIG t CANDLE will burn The first persOn to guess the exact num1Grof hours or the ono gu88lng the nOfU t to the ox act number ofhours the candle will burn the Furni turo Each dollar spent gets One Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you maybeopen to alcash customers Come to see us and get moro for your than you are offered uIsotv- harcCARSONCOI HARTFORD KY- r P 1Ii 7 U i J P Tc1 v 4- H I Hc t H rtfdrd Republican PRlpAY OCTOBER i6 THErAROl SCANDAL Jq ojtL o- vSpelghtsCha rgrtrh tH a don was Pr4IuIaI for Money To I ncrease the Beck hamFundCO- ntribution of Eight hundred Dollars tQ aid Beckhams Election r Is Said to Havo Boon Accopta blo to Socuro Pardon for Convict Sontoncod for Killing May field Ky Oct to PollUcal sir C1e6hGbAyObeOntLrrOdUpgTOat17y t that GovenOr DockuuD ngrced to rdon a con1ct f return for a cOnt1 buUon of 1800 to the cnmpaJp fund Mr Spelght Uvea hare and It fa under od that hia olluzUon WII8 to tho case of BamuolD Clark who WII8 con vSctedofkIuInSDcarnoyandaentQnced wore proI1thiant and popular OIUUIlII Mayfted ai4 tho tragc r lif- crct ztnent tee ctarkhad Rtrvng friends who wont to work na soon as he waa convtcted to obtain a pardon pna ap1icaUon atlroat Was made o Oovamor Bradley yho do dined to lBauo the pardon Ithuatwa711 been undarMood that BeaatM QbsproAt tho pvdon In the oient of hia cOOcUonos goyonor but oX course ho hAd nD opportunity tp pas OD tha cuJt Jias a1aya bOOn ndcrstood also that Ooyernor Dockham promised to pardon Clark within 15 days ntor his oloction t9QO lie did not do 110 slid- It WIIS 11 until DOlnOmOI thi nrtr his olectlon that a parolo waa lasue- dt Cark who at once moved out pZ- the state and Is now living In Mi- ow4 There liiia 1war boon moreol- eea goIp connectod with Cak- pirole It Ii said th GoTornor D er110IIt r1BBs ainal1 be turned out of prison and tht the parole mot that promlBo by turning ClArk out Those who soam to be in npoalUon to know do not hoaltato to M1 that there wns quIte B sum of monoT raised to procure Clarks relooao The amount It la ell1d wu orlg1nalJy u50 and It WIll kept together for moro than a year in tho effort to Zroo- hIin What meof the lnOn01 Is the thlngthllt ta tU1Ilcult to dlooover Captain SpeIghts charge has IWtod gossIp afresh The Hon Sam eroo land declared at Clinton ia a pooch Monday that Bath Norman of thIs county had jieclarod that Captain SpoIght could not prove litchargo by 111m Norman Norman was assist ant of state under Drown admlnhitmtIon was oni Wardon f the Frankfort ponitenUary and sheriff of this county He was and 1sado voted friend of Ctniks aid hoa lntbr- cstcd himself In trying to Ret Jpardoned It hi bOuiTIJdhro that ho fla7taiccocd If he has not aires4y- succcedcd In having a full pardon granted Clou Z Whlt Democratic Btto ntxa rUmmttoo- and Mr W B Cook the banker wero also sthe In tho nltomptt to got the pardon that felled Tho pcipre on nlo In the omoo of tthO prlo4 board at nkfort while many In nbmber do tot makoa Itrong claim fo Clarks parole The paper most to be rolled on and tho one which Iltha n Impartial tathoAt of the facts In tho C68j nolth oUolUng nor opposing the parole Is Judge J E Robbins who triO the case and who reconUYlOrved os spec1a1 judge In tho trial of Caleb Powers at Georgetown under appointment or Governor Deck ham The statoment of Judge 110 bins summarlzos the evidence stTcn at the trial of Clark A friondof captainBpolghta c4d thAt ho had novor dflOlnrM that ho SI rolled on Sam Norman to prove his charge but had said only that hO collJda provo it by gOOd floisocratio titzthority TH KENTON COUNTY PRIMARV From the Lolngton lIorald sooaJlodhqlcSIn demonstration of the unortunato io- litteal conditIon In that city and coun ty For ycars the factional divIsions of the Democracy of Kenton have boon necnndo1 and worse they have be n tho ourcb or much evil to the Democratic party of tho stato If- onetonth Is truo that tho contending factions havo charged against each other for many years the condition there Is indeed shocking Whnt effect this heated and bitter primary will have tn Novembor wo know not but it Is 110t II savory feast to offer nt this Umo to the people of Kentucky isM Illustration or tllO good government promised by Democratic sncceso- Thoro nro DOme remarkable exhibit tlOI18 of family division In Depiorat1o- oirolos W O rlcChord Is district at homey for n railroad John McChor III a local attornoy and Dr McCbord Iii mrgeon for one of those ftwfut octo SJuaOeI whllo Char1or7llcChord tb- wteOoyod and rubberbeeled stat imafrom Sprlnglleld Just naturally has uo use for a raUroad Ocet td ride ot k 2o standi like a bouncing lion tn th pathway or any old cotopus that at tempts to encroach upon the prnservoi at tho great common people oven I- fh baa to go oil the way to NOw York b he It oIL AThoughtrUI Man h fiX MAuaton Whlchester lad knew what to do lu the hour of need His wile had such an unusual case ci- c atornac11and ltve trpuble physicians t ipM uot1ie1p her H thought ol utrledDr K1nNW Jtre Pllistshe at once lGriffin JtfO lifiYfTlTI Atf8 lr ti TERM Tb whdWsptrlt of the c sauluuod- of thoctato fJt ntuoky1s It tplrl of prohibition of a second term for pub Uo omoe ItIK the oidapirlt tho old Democratic demand for rotaUon inoC H ythat has coiito1i d the formatiOn J iho present constitution of the etitoof Kentucky this spirit also largely oontrolhlng the utstitution of IU9 SccUon 93 of the present conS stitutlon of the state of Kontuchy- ieade as follows Tho Treasurer Auditor Of Public Accounts E3oorotari oVBtatO Oomma- sloner of AgrIculture Labor and Ste- UstIca Attorney General Superintend sot bfPubllb Instruction tnd Register of tho Land Otoo shall be ineligible to reelectiOn for the uOctOOlng four o4r after tho expiration of the term for whIch they shell have been hlcod This is aTeiiswoollrig pohibiUon and the principle of It Is to ho noted In o1iOr et1dna tho constitnUon- r1AtnnotF sectibn 71 rotor to the trirf and declares ite sOO11b inoliglble for the eub- ooedj1g fouiyoarnfter the expiration ot the term for which hO shall have be6z CIttI Section 82 prov1ee for U lieutenant Jfoycrnor who sha1l poSSO tho 8lD1- 0QUallflcaUol1Sosthd governor and contains hit c1auao- Ho shall ho Ineligible to the oMce- of lieutenant governor for the sue ceoding four years after the oxpira Lion pf the term for whlob he shall have bean elocted It Is provided In section ICO relat In8to municipal omocrs that No mayor or chief executive or decal om ocr of any cIty ofthe tint or second cl Ofter the vlplraUon of the term ofomc o ih1h ho hOB Wen olectod under this constitution shall ho cUg1- b10 for the sUCOOQdlng term Wo havoClll tod these sections oft constitutiOn 111ordor to tcal1 to th8poop1 fK titclr7 thoplrit of that Instrument The people sought roetroyth llbU1tr the OrCX hen within the state Otsn oftloohol Ping OIiarchy of CU1 omceholdors trust shah as hae bn established at Frankfort andsuch B W eon tAbllshod In too city of Louisville This trust Is bunt up by the p tion age of pubUo omco Poer once a- oodnereutroaderoi withouta- protBt Th9ooloecottled the evils that inevitably follow the at tornlt bfClmbltloUB men to perpetuate thseIyes In office and they Wrote thIpi0MbitiOfl In the COD UtuUon abroad i oeslblo AniyettXoUUclanl of the state dlreeUngaMcoiitroWng the Demo cratlCoJjitn tlou defy the conaUtu t tiTerrlQ Ita prohibitions evade thbletthtwfet they can not openly vto1aid ttcli In spite of the conltl- tuUon1IIothirpAtroDAge of one term tomco to 8CCWOIUlotUr term of offloe It f contended tnbalf of the gov- drTior that strictly Intbrprotcd the prohibition does not apply to an om car iorvlt1g ouHho ineiPlrod term of his This wO bolievoIa the strict InterpretatIon of the letter Ot tho onstittitIOh but in the casoof- OovOiisor Dockham It lit to bo cOnaid- cred that ho hue rorved nearly four years Hewagiven the office of lieu tonant governor by proceedings rove lutlohary In theIr character and rove lutlonllr1 In their effect Defeated by the peepla the DtnoOiatic caucus made him lieutenant governor When MT GOOI1 was assassinated he at once succeedct1 tMr Goobol and be camo governor In November 1900 lie wa riorrllnaWd by Uio Democratic pnrt1liisp1rOotttfo Cot lerJournals demand for a man which was In tended to set aside Mr Dookham and undot the forms of law ho ns elected to serto out the term of three years Manifestly tho1eplrtt of tho oonatt tuUon is just an much violated whoa Mr Dookham Ia a candidate for goT crnorll81t wOuld have been violated had Governor Bradley boon nominated by the Republicans lalB It Is hardly worth while to argue thll proposlUoD It Is not a QuoeUonof the strict Interpretation or the forms of the constitution It Is a question moroly of the purpose of the cons Utu- tion and tt Is violated not only In the nomlhaUon of Mr Deckham but tho spirit of It Is violated moreover In nominating Mr MoCbetlno now supoxinterdent of public Instruction for octoty oi tate In nominating Mr Huger now leoretary of state forauItot Mr Vroeland who II 11- 8slstAnt In the office of the commissioner of agrIcultuTO becomes the party eanctidato t coinmiselonor ot- agrlculturo to suOCOOd Mr Nail Of COUrse If the people of Kentucky are Satisfied with this nrrangcmont thor will vote for these candidAtes A toto for thM candidates tB n vote tompori iily to uepond tho prohJbl- tlons of the ooneUtuU 11 It Is a vote to sustain the bbUf that tho omoo holding trust at Frankfort lB mad up of mon of such superior nttaJnmenbi eu h breadth or nIndauch staWsmon like capacity that tJio State can not afford to do w1thOuttholr eorvlces Louisville Poet Since the lion Sam Crossland has mounted the raging stump the Herald ztIltzes lithe hesitancy In stating that the Republicans will bo damned and damned frcquoatty while thb iseues will be cussed If not discussed NOtIthat ndl1gaU tho criticism hooped upon tho Inside and outside hairless bead ot 1e Hon Holler Jame it must bo admittedthat lw is- athanofpakta pp Robbed Tim Grave brTohnlows I wsa In an awful condition skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tonguC coated pain continually In backandJdesno hppltlte growing weakerday by day Three physicians had given me up Then- I wasadvlsed to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle wade a decided Improvement I eontluu d their use for three weeks and am now swell man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fall to try them Only 5 cents guaranteed at Z Wayne Grit fin Bro drug store in- S S The Governor should make haste to deny the statement that Sam Clark 1 graves county was turned out of- he Eddyvllle peuitentlary for killing promlnent citizen In return ir a irtbiitlo ofISoot tIieDemJcrat Ie campaign fund If theres 11- 0truthln the lissertlon made by Cap haiti Speight It would take no longer to deny It than It took to tell It As the chief executive has not beh averse to answering the charges toni his polItical opponents before his elo- queut silence now 11 Inexpllcable Paducah Sun BeatitlftilComploxlons Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure n clear complexion free swallowueas plmple 1 blotches etc IB tohtpthel- ive In good order Au occasional does of Uerbhu will cleanse the bowls regulates the liver and so establish n clear healthy complexion 50 at III WillIams rn Program Of teecheya meeting to be held at New Daymus October 24 19 JI 931 OrganIzation WelcomC ad dressLocergus Drrett Response Alex DORwell What have I gained rum thlsrchoolI J Ullnver Ills tQfjrllj tl ci trachlngJB Mitchell Sutjnnctlve1Mode should It be- aholisliedVm Park Recitation MIlls WIllie Tornir Rtcess Resolved that the present compulsory school lewis Hecthe If enforced AU Moses Coppage Neg Dr D U Gobsey Gtncral discussion Rtc- ltationMliUeCarter Noon I p m ChemistryA M Actos Row make school room attractive Ella Herring Lena MulCt flnd Hattie Sanders School libraries JADuff RecitatlonStella Daniel Recess MapdrawlngClarence DeWeese and iou Hoover Thecontr ryooy Lena Bennett School sweethearts Lelia Miller and Alex Boswell Re- citationMiss Mettle Bean Adjourn went LENA MILLUR Secy Do GoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds arebatter than real d tate deedstome at the latter are worthless Act kindly and gentle show sympathy and lead a help- Ing hand You cannot possibly lose by It Most men apprecIate B kindword and encouragement more substantial help There are persons In this community who truthfully sayliMy good friend cheer up A tew noses of Chamberlains Cough Rtmedy will rid you of your cold and there Is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medf clue It always cures I know It for It has helped me out many a time Sold by all druggIsts m Minutes Teachers Meeting The teachers met at Narrows Sat urday September 25 1903 House nailed to order by Dr J A Duff Electton of officers Was next hiordr- Wm Park was fleeted PresIdent and Lena Bennett Secretary First subject Nature was discUssed by Miss Ella Herring who had pre pared an excellent paper and thInks we ought to devote more time to na tare study than we do Moses Cop page spoke on the same subject agreeing with Miss Herring How to teach Composition was talked on by Clarence Bennett who aid many good things and believes Composition work to be of great 1w portance A IL Acton then gave as Interest I lug talk on our heroes Practical Experiments In Phjalolo gy were next discussed by J A Dt1T followed by J EMlt hell with an excellent talk on came subject The subject Word Method was then discussed by most all the teachers present Five of the teachers use the word method with success the others stilt think the old way to be the way Noon How to create an Interest In pupils was taken up by Lena Miller She does not think Itls the tuchers fault every time that we do ot have an interest tn school How to teach Reading was ably discussed by I J Hoover He Ae votes 011 the time he can to the rea Ingclasses History Oscar Shultz Hesdys he likes history and likes to teach ItR d thinks It of great value AllxBqs well then gave ushis method of teach lug History A M Acton saya he- leache It by the outline method Then followed nnlnteestlng discus- sIon on the best method of teaching hIstory Next recitation by Miss Ello Ren- frow Recras The subject Writing was dlscUBF ed R cltatloi1b Miss Lula Petty Spelllug Waeuexthandletby Wni Park Dr Godsey and others Ur Park then gave us IIn excellent talk on the Professional SpIrit Alter some rniscellaneou remarks the body adjourned to tweet again at New DHymus The following teach ers were present Will Park t J Hoover A M Acton Alex Boswell- J A Duff Lena Miller J H Mitchell Lena Bennett Clarence Beunett Moses Copplge Oscar Shultz Hattie Sanders Stella DanlelA1fred Keener Clarence DeWeese and EUa Herrtti LUNA BiurngT Yj Oa T011xa- Jl lbaXIifYosHauMwa SIpature TI i- III h r Resolutions We the brethren and sIsters of In church the follow I IResolvedThurch are duo and are tender I IYjhelpedwe our tb thanks to the coat tximpB1lt8 and other land owners for assistance lu keeping such thIngs swayns deatro3 the pence and quiet ot our religious gatherlrigp Resolved That these resolutions be placed on our minutes a copy be sent to each of our cnunty papers for publication INDHPJNDnNc CUURCU II Recovered S eecb and Hearing Messrs my Bros I commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for c turrh My voice W08- sOlUewha thIck and my hearing wa dull My hearing has been hIlly reo stored and my speech hall become quite clear I nm B teecher In our town L G DROWN GrangCr O The Balm does not Irritate or cause 8Dtfzlng Sold by druggIsts at 5C or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York CASTOR I AFor Infants an Children The Kid You Havi AlwIYs Rkt Bears the linSlgnatuieot Telegraphy Sent lor Special catalogue for the National School ot Telegraphy Rv cry worthy gralunte securesr pod tlon Address H H Cherry Dowl log Green Ky WIl1 Make Three Speeches Leslie M Shaw Sceretary 01 th Treasury haS notIfied John C Wod chalrmanof the RepubllcaDSpeak ers Bureau that he will come tli ken lucky on Mnday October 19 and will make three speeches for the ticket In Uils Stateon October 19 2C and ax MI Shaw will come to Kentucky from Ohio where he will epea the week before and will gO horn here to Chicago where he has Rp- polutments lnwMlatelY utter Mr Wood has t1ot arranged the details ol Mr Shaws tour iut his three speeches will be delivered In Louisville Lexington and One s6oro Where hewllspeak first has not yet been dcclded John W Yerkes the CommIssioner of Internal Reveuu will come to Kentucky October i4 and will remain until after the electlult HeI will wake a tour ot the State and i speak tfillten points One of his speeches will be delivered InLrmls- vllle but the exact date has not been set His first speech will be made is LexIngton I A Cure For Dyspopsla I had Dyspepsia in its worst loris and felt miserable most aU the time Didnot eojloy eating until after I whicqhailIIppetllejlossache constipation bad breath sour rIsings Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomscb troubles are quickly cured by the use ofKod01KOJ l repre lenL the naturll1 juices of digestion combined with the greatest known propertiesItstollach Suld by Z Wayne Griffin Bros in- V S A sweet girl grAduate ofa Bastes ached tkus describes tile manner In which agoat butted a boy out of ti front yard In the ntlgbborhcoh He hurled the prevlousend ofhis anato- myngathbt the boys afterwards with Dn eagerness and velocity which backed bthegoatw svolrdupoia inn art d momentum that wastaot re- llxed until the InuatloD of the ve- hewent exasperatiOn w88Jandedon terra firma beyond the pale of the goats jnrisdicteoii- O n IyaVoryFowPnlbl I h nod It Is not possible for the proprietors topubilek more than a very few nUmerous letters received In praise of ChamberlaIns Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoe Remedy and telling of Its remarkable cures They come from petple In every walk In life and room every state In theUuion The follow- Ing from Mr T WOrathoUfie bl- lIaltsborll Ga speaks for himself 11 would have been dead now but fox the Ue ofCbathberlains Colic Choi eta and Dtrrboea Itcmedy7 U cured meof chronic diarrhoea after seven years oh luHerlng I can never say rernedYiFor Breeding Trouble BtrtleI dont want to go to yet eh1 want to see you and Mr H Shepherd play cards LucieYou wicked boy tothink we should do such a thlngl We never do It- BertieImut r I beard nlamm tell youto mInd how you played y ur cards when Mr Shepherd came In another column will be fOund the announcement Of LIOn 11 L IIeavrin uornlneC for the RepUblican party as a candIdate or omm u weahhi Attorney of thIs dlstrlc- tTle cithdfdcy 01 Ron M L Reav tin has lokw much Interest among Detuccr ta aa wen as Republicans Tile Ibl1dc Clarion a staunch Democratic papCr says candor com- pe1e Itto say that he II qualtfiedlion orabtCcapaple ind that It a RepubU Nothing 1it5 ever equalled it I Nothing can ever surpass 1t DiscoveryV 3f 5oc1IOO A Petted Por All hrot and Cure I titig Troubles- MDhiis1i I It fIlIrThaI OQttfii r-oSt L can Is tobe elected the people could not be serve bya better man than Mr Heavrln Mr Ileavrfn has demo onstrated thAt he Is on Able caries and conscientious pmecutor by his four years service AS CountyAttorney and hIs standing at the bar Is so well established that hIs legal attainments Are unquestioned In him the people of the dIstrict have I1n opportunity to secure the service of C firstclass law yet and an honorable gentlemen who will reflect credit on himsef and the dlstrlctFordavllle Independent IA Porfoot Painless Pill Is the one that wll1 dense the system set the liver to action rcthove the bile cleAr the complexIon cure headache end leeve a goml taste In the mouth The famous little pills for doIng audi work pieasntiy and erect uat1y ate DeWitts Early Risers saysAllsicken while DeWItts Little Early byZNew Industry at Rockport Rockport Ky Oct 3 There is now on the ground here machinery and building material for alarge band saw mill plant whlelCU saw 41000- teerol lumber per day ItwllJ be In operation In sixty days The owners have three large lumber mills in Cln- clnnatl and one In Havana Cuba These people have bought 150000 worth ci Umber on Green river and still are buying They will employ about finy men Ho Learned a Groat Truth It Is said ofjohu Wesley that he Whydooveraud over again John Wesley beeftuae once telling Is not enough It Is ortlita same reason that you are told again and again that ChamberlaIns COugh Remedy cures colds and grip that It counteracts any tendency or these diseases to reo suit In pneumonia and that It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale byj H Williams m CABTOllAiBithe 1b8 KLd YCII18 AIjs stt- wg cGFIFor SateIA ScUoTof8hlpi Bryant and 5tratIton Business College Apply to this officeII YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARRTAKI luG Whenotako 0rovTstei ChIUTeaIebe CaD the rormllia 1pta1niypHnted onevnbuti ii hothg thai It lulrul lroll aid QsIithe 1- 4atut iI torm No Cure No 1sy e J OneMinuteOoughCur FOICOlIkS CG145 and Crou- ppLThe State poUtical campaign fa 4 warming up as the days goby MOfC speeches are being put In the flld and I the candidates or Governor are kept 4 on the jump 4 OverWork Weakens 4 Your Kidneys Unkaitby Kldners Make ImPiue Blo 4 4 thougtfourThe kidneys aro you blood purifIers they m I ter out the wane or I 4If4theirPains ches mattam come froElUtCetI of uric blood due to neriCetU I kIdney troubl Kidney trouble causes quick or unstwy thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kJdntyt poisoned blood through veins and urinarytroubles nearlyallping In kidney Irouble P If you are sick you cn make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild KilmersSwampRoot soon realized It stands the highest for Its casesIby all druggists In fltly cent and onMonat ziz- Cs 0 I IIYou may have a ewipiifreefind 4 out ii hays kidney or bladder trouble- Menllort thI iper When writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton II Yr- Dcnt rnakoany mistake btit eniembcr the name SynmpRool pro KIlrprs BinghamtontYoncvcrybottio Wti XZXZ I The Sunny South J FREE I low to got itt A POSTAL CAIDSon locI P Mt ow emfwiI bng to VOU tin aix- r4ipPJg I1 MIne3 lint addresses u irend us- L3ha unn7 South10 fbi current lssuc- ltl Send only Ilcodabi Families 114i h tla 5111 Gc LY We- ctrb4shel gtAIkIMa G OIrIypONr4 I 1 cjr CrcuI4noq ao oYq n11 urns ro rccvs wSI INk OU a ru4or SuM SoiPcik TI riper ti oot deoIe4 In ts u I rocK fact s 1kn ar4 e01111 1thlfl ties q4iq IJ Tbei floSp Irr7rn wer a mOfi III cnriWii Two rxa gOtl4b ar aiWu In fMfru frcmdofajessr SUfll7 South t h- l iti fl t 1M greVt tth Ttth fUll i I Ine warms icrythI g Mio sehy x- w4lolItrevireId ocaIIchkth- Ia4 IJ IJf kEr NOe cCS ltRMj- h lito l1ie 1tiiaRloa2 114an47c c1ws Gut nwvecyair L4 III orsirgcrtri I bY TI toHut1f4 toi nb iI C IRI oysftyof th4 I4 where ft 4 I10 Iho kohsq pjnhI inI- t COINA1 WINtn allllhe motltzht tri t- cvttr dfl6Io4 cnljmnin ffi4fscI j4naflxw ekIy Send on ft Potsl CDrd th- a8Joum pjreei nfl1 It urOIcb boa WKiI tec III t onest to r2Jcryo TI s unn1 South w one snI will W rnald 11w 10 w Mdllu cIt C imuncstAns k 1 n4J Sunny SouthrAtbnt OftpI i r ro Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative isrorno QUinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold Sa past 13 BIOlIth Tbls1sIsHture V The mod You lInvo Always Bought nnl which biiubeen- in usa for over 30 ycrn lU8 borno tho signature ur tiniti line boo 11 lna4lO uiidlcr Ills per TAifJ tonnl sUpervision ninea Itainfhncy cG4 Allow no one tO tIoccIo you lit Uthg All Oountcrfelts Imitations anti Justangoort moll11t- EXllerJUlcnts that trIfle with and cndnzigiltIso wullh of nlhuttJ anti dhUtlrcufulHJrlcnco ngttluat Eqihrlmunt What is CASTORA Ultorln JA n Imntilein subsUtut ibrCnl4tor 011 pmo- orlc irOllfot nnd Soothing Syrups It LI 1lcasant It eontziIitt nclther OpIum Morphine nor other NnrcoUo- foiubtnncc Itt ago lt Its sunfuntcc It Ie4troys Vorrns mimi nl1YIf Fovcrlsluicss It cures DIttrrliun ann Winil- Colk It relloolt Teething Troubles cures Constipation nncl Flntuloncy It afslinhiiite the Food rtguLtc4 the prII1Oth mill nocl gL1iig healthy tuul mrnttirnt Ali Chl1cIrcns PanaceaThe M9111ers Friend cNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS QlJThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years mc OItAU COMJNV ty MViY tTPCET kI VO om- kI L LM 4 PPPPPP11PPPPP = Lees Machine Works ii IiOWENSBORO KY We are ngont for tho pJLNDLERlAYLOR Ii COS selfooiitnincd and Automatic Engines nut Ii Boilers Also the Browl Fourvalve Engines rreadquatecor all kinds ofinill supplies Va 5m o n specialty of HAMMERING SAS VoIC I carry instock Belting HOsePacking of nIl kinds CIiShnfting Hangers tuid Pflhl ys Pipci and FittillSiJ of all kinds Vnhcs of nIl kinds IiVocan supply your wnllt Oil shore notice II Write us for priccs or inquire from Mattiiigly Sr i lWCllClI nt HUltfurd Reipy Iiii44I444444444444RH and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the romodYi its effect is mttrvolous rolioying almost instantly 1Try it anti hYOli are not satisuiui yourmunoy vi11 bo cheerfully refunded 1 skyoU Druggist 25C 5Qcs ARGON OIL CO lqO West Main St Louisville Ky h t4J e M t 5 H- RASONS WHY You shoulet take a Couril at the It3rA wrtUe contract backed by a special deposit of 500009 It given to place oU graduates tn positions payIng not less than SoCO per immediatelyupon graduation t 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville I 5 We refund upon graduaUol every cent of tuition paid to us U thl 4 pupil Ii not thoroughly atisfied r- aWrit for Ziegant Oataloltue and SpeltAal Discountaisu +41 14 ++ r 11 + u = = J u I wORiVis WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEISloitIji U7 iietttnQslfts For 20YariHas L dili WiiMi idiiiJiixs-5z U 0XtO AXtXt DX1UGGXXj j Npared by lAME F ALL ftD St Louis For Sale by J H Wlllliams Hartford ICy- S 5- L C d cB 1 IIboxlPW Ir IDn 4 0 M IIUUTT O a SuiTe BARNETT SMITH ATTOItNEYS AT LAW HAPIIFOED SLY Will ptlCttce their In nil the IIdJOlnlollOO1lntltUDdColiftorAppealaPpoeJalaUenUon r1mmatIIIrI1DLCAlllllllldIDf JNO B WItsON X11ORNEY AT LAW nABIFORD KY t Special aUntlOD gID to eollUODlDakJolf renatya R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky 1 EzfttntarforOItotnty M L IlSAvinfli SflNEi4 WOonwAit ilEAVRIN Ie WOODWARD Qi c C KyVIIIraetietl In all th Coed Appeal pet aedeotleetioDi W H BARNES Attorney at LawMmtOUH AtTOItnYI- lasTrova Ky a orObloApiI 141v1Ct ttretloa viii W gluiilu all bolo entret4 to hi cafe Cufltioi a IIMdI OmluoDtthoD- Mlli nolB Contral Ra lroadTI118 Table Nw tim card tatloe Evct8ndaj Dee J- IPOJat noon BOIIIINo m teIIo44n Freight It do J =aID 140 IPS duo 247 Ii vu INo H U VACMtyes Aant lLk4 150 YEARS EXPEftIENC I TRAHMAIAftTondi a tMebn4da1MnvueSS- etctIyi ucitaIn er OnIon free lteUer All 1et1tDU 011r=tent rnoe OIdej eney t ScS njpatta T noefytWckrniIk JltnerltallA hancUoI Utaatrats I JAJftItC- 1Ilauoa rDt IonD SE ap r four uotha IIJrral uw- denkrjjk IfilUM 15A I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY Is Colorado Utah tII MIaPCtELLCTRIC DOUBLE DAilY SERVICE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to MOT SPRINGS AMK I And Paints In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIAI DOUBLE DAILY 8tAVIC CrtI2 Mailer tie 4mss- I I MlSinU c TOWt4SfP4D t v qi LO- UISiIlinois I GenlraItRo- vI tugngsr TO I Stockholders Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meetlngaf Chicago 1nII ooUce Ii bertbl glue thatthiivzlsr j IIDDI ll tueeUnlof the Iloekhdlclm 6rtfJIIAole- cDtr Illillrrl4d CornIdn wlIlb tgor 2tWberIIDII3Fo crriitr ionluttenlpneoatst4vnetIng there will Iu Itii1 tolithholdr at OnC or mor- eshrriof4bitnifqptoekof the iUIiio Cciifrn- Ilisliroad Jopanr na 11I ttnK tin bltioou or the CQinfflyiithrl6o1hunui485aday tleitenber a buj r 4 I tiebet- enuliIgig hue or liii to ttnCel ftAoyer the CotnJnu3rellaMIruIatIetI inhaInnncla nrujtalfJ I1ltt11lr bIaoyfberjegitrIu- ddrcre to ClstlJ linerrturu au h tto b- toitonboSorllW ijrJ6liIJ1iHDS the roar lay IDlqtWl trq 4ipjirtit thi del of the woritnsr mid fur tho rtulonral from Cbcajjao1r3 Oath the loir1 1uiitaIuhrtroIIowgcrhs properly toIlDtraIIfllM aid stamped buMns pIIiIDW ti flruen In Chkeg Muck tb t JAbotel1aJlplkacotochtStlor xTcilj lid litres muir oray erUII- ede or itock tollbor with the nuinb and- date pleuh eortlnple No morethiu OM per aDlooeIIoldlqohtdtkthe ColDpUIiI A ii IICCaNYLP Scy ASubSC1 ih JuIEUE HARTFO REPBLI oA1Oe1yoarjnavftnce II