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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI r l I TIfE eIfI q u1 Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORIAVOr TIE PASIT IV TIE FOURTH COHiRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year I 1 VOL XVI p HARTJFOBD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 301903 oe5 AT HAlf MAST themoralngbyprolllleat officM who i perrectbmlt5Wben Whleb he WU sttcktu It is not w IndlaatloaorIt Idigeitlonstomach trouble Is not tiLing to trifle with Th v rcIultmay not be fata t there out be n6 eoadltlon or diseased doesipwesknesaIDllICoiyCUR S dlseaaecct1ng organs of nutritloaIttlrn end DM1mUatloa of rood Thatikp to Dr Wt i CoUca U T 1stChaiIrl4 thathuIhlnf I ccald thlk of to cure ineb throWIngswayPlnt Oc4en Mtdktl DlKXMrJ and triceS a dcdngerJG1It M thc rM wrawiHeTaw eWfHcrdTkls grand remedy does Its work In a thorough manner it givee the strengththtfat not flse stimulus butee complete renewed vitality lifeforce Accept no substitute for GolderrMed juitasblood and lungs I cizeUpaUou CIO Wea1ieHeartsAre duo to Indigestion Nlnetynlae of eertone hundiod people who hlTo heart troubloI IndlCtloltj of heart disease not oreinlc are not only baoMblajo but are the direct result of md tomachhJChrveUs thesiomach putllcj It up against the I heart This Interferes with the action of thatdelicateMrDK bl e flava OIy Hudstcnueh troottthn o DKcsbs tot it eartd me c Kodol DINts What Yoa Etand relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all preuuretBcfcUloo JIOO She IPrepared Cumberland TELEPHONEa AN- DTelegraphi Copx Ithcorporet4uTJiere3 nqthlug themAtter wltba my business I have the CumberIland Telephone In my ol business My business ha increased and my wlfesvolce is nev er liturd to grumble about the Tele t phune cc Yjpum for good service and gentlemanly competitioncC P Manr =UOUGH1VLR t Tae nNEU COMPANY IIsroITaDt Talk beTI1 h cad ntrcciiary J you should pstronlW home folks I whore you can buy you ownland build yqur own talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable vent to the Rough Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense IIIyou say so We connect with all dependent Companies Forpartlcu lart call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I haw had occuloa to use your HtikDrught Stock and Poultry Midi rIM and am pleased to say that I never ssedjwylWnjforslock Uutgav half as good Mtlifsctlon hurUly rtconw Mad It to aM owners of ilock J B BELSHER SL louis Me iUk stock e poultry should no- dchscp itock moro thaIek one shouUexpect to be cuedby foodJWhtp you oekj Id orG tCm mod 1eI I Poni stuff them with worth lug seek laWII Unload thI beel and atr Ifca torpid HVof and the MdI11M wI1 poasi- bWWcuTe fmekDlHght anti the towels and stir the torpid liver IIt euros every malady 0 U tk ia a 25ccnt can of PtakUraugbt Stock and Poultry Medicine It for tlmelover Ilorwsw rkbettor Cows U1OT mllkl llogsgala flesh And lens It the rofttem of making as ranch blood flesh and energy aa possible out of 14 amount con rzDuyaon your deal I 6 t i r TURNS IT INi FORCE Hundreds Greet Belknap at BiirksvillefCiven a Warm Welcome Entrance Into the City Marked by Demonstration of Wild Enthusiasm Burksvllle Ky Burksvllle turltd Itself loose last Thursday The occa slon was the visit ot Col Morris B Belknap and It T Franks the Re publican speakers They were given a regular Eleventh District welcome Two bands a big parade and a house of hundreds of enthusiastic voters combined to make the speakers be llev that Bnrksvllle was glad t6see them and had the effect of convlaclag the gubernatorial campaign party that Cumberland county would melee good Its claimthat It too will Increase1 allIormer niVjarlties given the Republican candidate for Governor It ts the home town of Dr Godfrey Hunter The best Informed RepuV llcuns here sayV that thespMtk the convention which nominated Dft Hunter will have no effect on the vote In this county In the coming State election other than perhaps Increase IheRepnbHcan majority Col Bekoap spoke to a mwtati tentive audience talking n aplalnj way lib hearers drank IB very word and when he bad conclude i the applause waaeathtUIalltlcJI The preliminaries to the actual speak V Ing were those which have tBrke4I he great Interest taken at every speaking pplbt since the tlfpbegat at ScottsvJUc Four hundred meitle vehicles and on horseback were Inthc p4rade lot the majority were mountf ed and it was one ol the largest CA aU ly processions which has been sees In the Eleventh The number ol American fleg- f Iargee1zewhtch dottdtbtcav- aIt was unujaal and this wlthihft t pretence of two bands nude the coed don a gay one In front of the twe eed wagons rode a number of little irls on horseback They wore asbe 61 Jed white aad blft autle curried American flags The caval t cade formed a mile and a half from Butksvllle at the beginning of tie macadamized road leading Into tolDt nd the entrance Into town was made with both bands playing ateece peo ciesed to the uaubaal aelse backing nd prancing In a way which liiareI y seen outside of a Wild West aboC and proved a nmrce of esxtltement which bad not been contemplated in programmedNowhere Coll3elknap been rc with greater enthusiasm This did not exhibit itself so much in demoC onetratloM during Ws speech as ItI did lathe way the throsg awaited at be conchwloa ol his speech aradl wded aseitadthaplaflorut toahake- I a4ytae aBd awd wish him BUG ess intkV eeaUar election Par ihell aajioaralter tile peaklagaadl while Joe hands played alternately the rowd mastered artrnW tke speakr ers ftBd to greet Col Beiknept Meanwhile in the street ug OB a wild and eatk eaMk dew onstrailon Men danced jigs and shouted while a horse show Was held by thoee who bad ridden crack sad iera ia from the country The pub t ie square was a whirl of men and horses dashing here and there riding them from time to time shouting orI Belknap white enthusiasm ran ram pants Colt Belknap was Introduced bi Mrj Bilker a candidate lor Circuit fudge In this district The speaking wasJ htld in the court house yard a plat form having been erected and temC pomy seats arranged for the purpose Col Belknnp spoke for aearl one hour and a half covering the quesI tlons which are betorc the people fort consideration In theptesentcaDlI p lgn Ills reference to the Powers pardon was received with cheers end he caught the crowd with several an ecdotes Illustrating part of his speech Mr Franks wrote a new epitaph for Mr Beckham In part of his speecbe lie declared that on one occasion a friend of his out west had seen the epitaphBeneath this slab our baby lies It neither cries nor hollers It twentyonedays And cost us forty dollars Mfr ranks said that after Eelkn p had gotten through snowing Beck ham under be would wrHe on his tomb these words Beneath this slab our Crispy lies He neither cries nor hollers He Stayed In office just three years And cost us two million dollars IMr Franks tribute to Drv Huattr the crowd to enthusiastic cheering S SaloonL der occurred about 8 even lngkatKeK House saloon la this I city Alice Lamb was found la a roornS 0L 4 j I i at the sateen la a dylsg condition her head being aearly i severed from her body rfibe died la a few minutes ucllMaidfiolid JIHtd 7Nel mtJfl werearretteaV AHce lAmb WM a mountain woman I r The RcpnbltanrState Ticket The Democratic ticket Is largely a rotation ticket a ticket made up o r men In office who are denied by the constitution a second term of that of lice arrange a game of pussy wants a corner the Secretary of State be IngnamSd for Auditor Superrutead ent of Public Instruction seelddg to be Secretary of State and the deputy Superintendent of Agriculture hoping to be chief ot that department The Governor likes his duties and dignity so well that though a second term Is forbidden by the constitution seeks a second term under the plea that the first wee no term at all This feature of the Democratic ticket should of itself make the peo ple hesitate to support It A great party should respect the spirit as well u the letter of the law under thecon atltution When it seeks to evade what the people have written for its direction that party should be at least temporarily retired But what of the Republican ticket Much of Rand for It Ja its separate parts and as a whole it recalls the best days of the State Mr Bell nap Is a man of hullam trained lh the conduct of large affairs a man highly esteemed by his business associates and whose personnel character to bove reproach Active In public en terprise be adlonlt been connected pith the Louisville Legion and when the war with Spain broke out he and his comrades entered the service ol the United States Mr Belknap was Botcalled to the field by any desire for military glory but solely by a sense of duty to his comrades and tfoty to his country The a1a1uvt- the State will be ia safe bands Ufrt Belknap Is elected Governor lie U carelal In the discharge of aay duty and neglects none of the details of work imposed upon him He jiwithout political antagonisms rob llgatlons He rests bis claim for the confidence of the people solelytfpoa the necessity for a change In the con dact of public affairs In thlsiState 1iG- he promliea and pledges embdU44rf toe Kepablkaa platform Mr BelkaapU tepreseatadvcW entire ticket It is a ticket that calls on the people of Kentucky tea leof their afillatioaa for thak coafidevee aa4 support It Is ata- stlteiide tlaiiet bat a Ucket aoaetructed ltfterche detiberatioaBy representative convention The candidate for Auditor Is a bus MM aiaa aad hi mast make great sacrifices if called to Frankfort to con duct the business afialrs of the State The candidate Jot treasurer Is a bank r and well known to the wbqle State ie has been selected by the people of his dlstricf as their representative inlhin caIJpatruqe Beckn r Is welUkaowa ttWhMe Stated He I 3L5 hIgkaetk WSJDW I commnniweike haA afwaynfaI fcsted aaa for the servkM he breft r dered hlseltyJiwl county Mr SpeghtvteaMJdatB f rcrer- yof Stateiea lawyer wha las served one term as caater aavlujft been elected in 1896 spetL tUefkt forai Indaralatc the trimlalsUaOeA o1a Mj Clem rid and acceatfngtfce laItpretatl l1 ot the national platform of 1892 For Lieutenant Governor the party has chorea Mr Wilhoite a man who has all the elements of a successful leader and If called upon to rJenlt1uldutleaolthe chiefcecut JUfp totithei iIo tlc emU nc ttlsfectfoi Witbe pebple MrS Livingstone McCartney has beenI named by the Republicans as their candidate for Superintendent of Pub lIe Instruction j and the cauieof edt 1 lIecIselertto Inprovethe schools of Ken tucky and bring educatlonxwlthlt the reach of all of her children The Republicans have nominated Mr George Baker as their candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture It will be remembered that this depart ment deals generally with the mater lal interests ol the State Mr Baker la primarily the representative of the labor element In Kentucky and fae ta a worthy representative deserving the hearty support of men of all callings For Clerk of the Court oj Appeals Mr j H Newman has been aoml nated a capable man whose conduct ol office will meet the highest require meets ol the bar and the public This Is a ticket that asora thepeo ple that a Republican victory tola year means t a new spirit In the old Kentucky home it means the eradication of graft It means an Improve ment Inthe cntdBcttjf all public In stitutions the application of bufllne prinrlplej to Kchools asylums and charitable Inctltutlona centrally Jt means the ccrtful connlderntlnn ol all problems rrelalleg to taxation It j means tbfe prompt Collection bf the lt1eAIsJthetcn mlcaliexlendUaretrf Post TEJCHEBS I Wanted in the Ptiillppine Islands Government Wants 150 Young Men to go to the Islands The Civil Service Commiaatea haa just received a call from the Philip pine Government for 150 male teach era witbrsalaries as follows Twenty fiveattI12oeJ 7CJtre 55 900 peraanam It is desired to set II cure thfteeteacherir without nnrjeces wry delAys d an examination was held on October 19 20 In various dUN Peace has been established Is the Philippines and the conditions of living i are Improving every monthS This examination therefore affords an excellent opportunity for young men to enter an attractive service which offers excellent opportunities for promotion Teachers appolamenfc areellglble for promotion to the higher grades In tberorvlce the salerlea ranging fiona f oetd jueeo for teachI era and from la 5oaefor di vision superintendents The com mission suggests that those who apply for this examination should be de voted to their profession and consci caLlous energetic and sacceaslal1 workers For application blahka and fault erlaToraatioa concerning ttf scope oi the examination transportation con ditions of employment etc appli cants should apply to the united States Civil Service emUlolWashington DCj or to the Secretary of the Civil Service Board at any poatoffice wheteletter carrier service has been eatg UshedIPersons who are unable to file their formal applications in order to receive admission cards to the examination If they will notify the commission by letter or telegram in sufficient timea to ship examination papers and ar range for their examination YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO Wha Oil take Ororti TutdMi CUD Tonic bI caothformn1a slsIyprthtd oneserbot tle ihowlnpr tbaUtilOlmw Iron and Qallaela auteJMe 1ora UCroa5a1J35 4 A Wort1tItUoir t The Soathertr N iel 8ehooh of Bowling Green Kentucky la aa In stltatloa worthy of the entire coalOit deuce and support of the public Itthas tralnedhuadreda ot persons who are today aoldiag enviable poattaps Catalogue and fell Information b- en request MeeVtlon dmrsewaaied Address H H Cherry Easiness Man ager Bowling Green Ky p A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia In its worst form and felt miserable moat all the timeB tusedbaa completely cared meMrs WQ Saylor Hllllard Pa No appetitedose of strength rtrvaaaeTcss ache coast1pationba4ath sour l 4adIges ots a- nd45trIesliEoticnred bytbri otx pre j 1It1- 01ctti1brJ4 iIucown tznetP9iqpertieeft stoms oMayZ iJyMt Griffin ftWeti c 1 m V c i rI R Mit15abbatl sMiirWs Sabbstlcns or Sunday cura8 a disease pccuLu4o church members The attack ctSmea an sudi denly every Sunday no symptoms IItlentwell eats a hearty breakfast butf church time the attack cornea an and con ttaaed Ulllt s rUes we loVer1 fhf nldratng TheH Ihe ja tientietl 4asyaBd eatwat4rty dkuy neroIn the afternoon he feels d better and la able toqtakewalkc talk about politics and read theSunie papers heeit speribut about church time hehasv another attack audatysat home He retires early sleeps well and wakes upMeaday morning refreshed and able togoto work and does not have any syup blugare as follows I It always attacks members of the church 2 It never makes its appearance except on the Sabbath 3 The symptoms vary but It never interferes with the sleep ot the appetite 4 lt never lasts more than twenty four hours 5 It generally attacks the head of tbemlly 6ophysician is ever called 7 It always proves fatal In th- etendto the soul 8 1o remedy for it Is known except prayer v 9 ReligionJs the only antidote 10 It is becoming fearfully preva lent and Is sweeping thpnaands every year prematurely to destruction A boy or a men who works simply lor hs salary and IH actuated by no higher mntlvci Is dUhonest endvtbe tIffHoI 1 KL= I l lc of hit dally work of that which alI- them try as he may can never givejllm back II I were allowed but oae aerance on this subject so vital to every young man starting on the journey oflileI would say Dont thlnktoo much of the amount of sal ary yoftr employer gives you at the start vThlnk rather of the possible salary on can give yourself In In crea8lag your skill in expanding your experience In enlarging and en noblHtg yourself A mans or a IboyfWork is material with which to build charades and manhood It Is lifes school fgr practical training of the faculties stretching the mlndand strtagtiienlng and developing the In teJe a mere mill grinding out jajftUry ctf dollars and centsSuc eeesy r Y rProgress of Hangmans Cam paign The pittlless demand of the Frank fort Oflfcebolders Machine for the life of Caleb Powers is relentlessly thrust upon the people bf this State Gay Beckham demands It as a just IScatl n of whatever he had to do with procuring the Youtsey confession CbmmoawealthB Attorney Franklin demands It as a vindication He Is going up and down the State making over again his speech of bitter prose cution of this young man before packed I juries and a wearied and uncon vinced people Here Is the way In which Mr Franklin was billed to speak In Knttawa Lyon county COMING 1 SON ROBT J FRANKLIN The Matchless Prosecutor and Orator of Frankfort will Speak In KUTTAWA t WEDNESDAY OCT ax 1903 At x oclock p m Come and hear the story of the aouataln moband war times at the Capital Ladles especially Invited RJ booM Chrnn Lyon Co Dem Cam Com The Machine Campaign Committee re circulating printed copies of Franklins speech all over the State throughthelrpolltlcal machlney to tan Into lame a demand for Caleb Powers llfaoa the scaffold If Powers should get a new trialI where can heexpect to get justice in Kentucky where Democratic orators teach their hearers that his galltls a cardinal of political belief ad the sheriff then summons only Democrats to serve oa ihejury try himSAnd this Is the plain to which degenerate and Incapable leaders would ring the manly fair loving Demo crta ol Kentucky Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica salve the best Itsweeps away and cures u na Sores Bruises Cuts Bolls lcers Skin Eruption and Piles Its nly 25c and guatanteed to give sat faction by Z Wayne Griffin Bra- ruggist m O arORX 1IiI1- IIIfcuM Enter School Mention course wanted Send or Catalogue Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Rushvllle IndIMessrs Ely Bros I have been a greatsufferer from catarrh and hayI fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I- ound It In Elys Ciesm Balm about ight years ago and we have benI ast friends every sinc- eRevRM BANTUJY Messrs Ely ErOaPlnd enclosed cents for which please seed meI our Cream Balm I And your reme y the quickest and most permanent ne for colds In the head catarrh c Yours truly Dell M Porter Cfen Mgr Arizona Gold mining Cot5V Poisons the Body A wellknown physician says Anger anxiety fear and like pass Ions will poison the secretions of the oiy Anger ol fright promotes a Constipation And all symptoms and RMHlt ef ladlgMtloH AkfMlf rB r4 f tte n el DRCARlSTEDTS- IERMANrJlYERPOWDER JtMWf refiadid M you sri at alaut m Kil kas cured thensaad wky 008 7957a MtI Bflaekttapte1aeatmenMatof nv u a inSert for yUn cw J eo itIi4 t4jqtIcund eupruw1e to Dr a Otrin iv- UFow4uWotcmItha4 dpnqgrut tood its rave ft a It i Troud wth pilIilh ken wu IUId8d to hlmill cured of wia itdreaddo1 bodUaIImeuti lie tiow- a wll mus lid doe ct au medidaL U dnll CIii kwtlleoyaoalyiSCestndshOnlditDOw s your 001t1- 1H uuPIIARMAC4I CO EaiHaiad j C w 7 secretion of poison In the sac ol venomous snake man has noorga in which to store the toxins which I developed fur the same purpose pet haps as in the snake and cons quently we poison ourselves with th material meant for our enemies Ef ery fit of anger every hour of worry every bitter envious rnslevolen thought Is a boomerang with whlcl we wound ourselves When a wo man confronts a faded face In her re Icntless mirror she must look wltbli for the cause It is not the years nOI the burdens of the years but how she hits thought of them It Is her mental attitude that counts Fret worry anger bitterness envy covetousnesf are written all over some lacesJ the inward discord creates disease health Is harmony Household Ledger I A Dreary Outlook Six months ago there were Democrats who declared that Tariff re form would be an Issue In 194 They are silent now The sinews OS war for Tariff reform campaigns have heretofore come from England There is a campaign of that sortoa there now and all the financial re sources ol the Free rra erll will be needed at ome If they ate to try to hold their own Troy Budget Dieting1 InviteS piseases To cure Dyspepsia or ludgestloaU onIbecomes an easy prey to elKdot Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that one cares to eat and fa d never falling cur for IndlgestHonj Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests whet you at makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros m It is not necessary I for the Republi cans to argue the Tariff question la this campaign Joseph Chamber + Iains speeches showing how Eng land has sufiiired from Great Brltaiafa FreeTrade policy serve very well far Republican arguments Cleveland Leader I Do Good It Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate deeds some oi the latter are worthless Act kindly and helplug by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement mere personsInsay My good friend cheer ap A CoughRemedythere Is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medi cine It always cures I know IUor it bos helped me out many a time Sold by all druggists m- w Why His Marriage was a Failure He did all his courting before mar dale He never talked over his affairs with his wife He never had time to go anywhere with his wile He doled out money to his wife as If to a beggar lIe looked down upon his wife AB an inferior being He never took time to get acquainted with his family He thought of his wife only for what she could bring to him He never dreamed that there wire wo sides to marriage He never dreamed that a wife needs praise or compliments He had oae set of manner or home and another for society He paid no attention to Tile person appearance alter marriage He married an Ideal and waS dis appointed to find It had bad flaws He thought his wife should spend of her time doing house work He treated his wife as he would not bavedared to treatanotber woman lie neverdreamed that his wife needed a vacation recreation or change He never made concessions to his wiles judgment even in unlmpor taut matters He thought the marriage vow had made him his wife master Instead of her partntrIHe took all the little attentions lavished on hint by his wife ns his by divine right and not as favors He always carried his business troubles home with him Instead at locking them In his store or office whrnhe closed Orison Sweet Mar den u ROCKPORT KY Oct 2Gyce Riley a sixteenyear old boy i ws nrreitted at McIIenry by Marshal Nail of this place charged with breaking into the house ofSo gene Moore and stealing a shotgttn pair 6f pants end several other ar- tclesHewas brought here and placed in jail but during the night someone broke the lock on the jail It and let Riley out He is still a a large s John P Jones who operates eyca large stock barrel plants lnK rUuck has decided to locate ontpfhs facto e rica here The plant wllemploy io pen and will run night ld clay W H Burgess Co pt Cincinnati t has located one of Its plantshere snc- I have begun to erect It iVwill sav 40000 feet of lumber per day Jim Drew threw a brlckat Joe Hop- I klall striking him on the thin breaV r Jag his jaw Both are negroes t Much needed improvement hat I been done on tbe streets recently Mrs R T Wedding has moved b 1 McHenry Marshal Brlstpw Is on thesiekHsR There arothtea cnlWatefor mar shal next election l Geo TIUordiRe publlcrtBrAddle fuI and L H Briutoty Iiicirgt The Rockport gppp Ca J1f1VJBtt stalled two new planersitatid will run at fnjl capacity eIIYSeveral small bOY1 ns well a icy erol men are making It a piaclfce ol II catching freight imiqaiiet1eass through town Now JtLil up tp the marshal tojitopJhU dangttopa jpraci tlce which will result iaa seripusend lug uoo er or later J Mr Vf G Mason waJ Sacra4 mento Sunday- John Lne of Evansville wk- 1iere thISweek iVs4InI Rev J C Carpenter to Ixrata vilkIMrs Jennie Balls tias mavedtd Stballheaa Dick Hooper of Echola ewes W town Thmadny LAir TJeb enor and JJge Woed1- burp of Echojsr were ta town Tffvj esday Alex Wilson has ifttarpei jrowl WyomingSDr DeWitt hag reeovered rpm as ftack pi fever tlHornatRhoadstandinTnttrBaay Mrs John Brecker bat iretarae tc8mplitledMr and Mr Sam Maple were H MeRcury last Snpday Mia Mrs V L Warded have returtsCtt from creit PoistKy Mist Isabel Dsdfeelfell J ef Cva Hf vllle Is the guest of Mrt Tote Ithr lOp Miss Allle Reid has retsmeiMreia rvislf to Mrs Lea Browa atJara dlse Mr Harry Hanger f New Yak la wltkhll altierl Mrs1haaasIath t lop Mrs Ellen Hanelli of FraakllflAM vlsJUngher8CHiiArthHrrHaHell Misses lute YJ k Ester MUs of JenUafCl iweretbelueate ofMlsa JJaggle Be K nett last Sunday Miss Cero Reid la tile gttertnf her sister Mrs Mabel Smtthf la Lbals yule i D1YJiSSGttU JtDANUTtUSTOOOWENUONdKY I r Cash Capital ooooS- tockIIdsAddI tIabIIl4y tSI4O- Cstat f i FuadIbPSsmnI1oeeeo- DrNI 1 tS4I Osti BotUn to litp H w ch ck col AS CM 8 doui by mu5 Je4 i tla doua- I part CENTCOrIImOabJssorIrrraI =rg- AMJIr rt JI Nasal II CATARRH IasfllltMseiatIa thbold tx elesiiitn- oZlys5Creix 1 Adat eleiaIeIIeOthHMSbi5iI tile dleesed eiembru 5- 0swuyacel4 quicklySCream Balm Ii pIMIt4 Nt5us nssptuda CTCT the ue toBe ea4 Is sbs1 BUUIv neStMsaud aouIoilowa JtJa diriardoes not prodoe seeedsi UrgcMM 50 oeeUat Prigix c1aorb1DaItr1JtAl Blstt loseawil su XLY snornans uuniaitsei4Nsws tlc1 J A FAMILYREMEDY Peruna k UM Jrt Thousands of 1 Homes Congressman H Henry Powers ot Vermont writes from MorrUrlU Vfci IISs MmiFIma excellent family remedy mod very good tar coafbt colds tad caUrrtut IILPfIrnni-l 3OhnIBeIIimberOfCOHgTs Diltr1otvn1teali the aiertta pt your Perana At the IOUelto OfftedtMy jflfe oeed ItJ tad II Improved her condition generally It la I0 remarkable 1Ieu cheerfully t recommend Pertm Mg rabaUli Mal tonic aaeV rery1 good oaUrrb remedy rMaM Our itsMnk Half tter Ilia of ma arrIiocatarrh ad eatarzhal Ideraageseato Pwmn- ab the oalyteUra 7Btemto eatank lproferioBPernaa sated PsesiMno ftapeea nor as- exporimenI fr aa absolute seleaUSe certainty P vfl55 00 sabstltates bo riyal Insist npoa having Pernaa tIf yon do not 4 fIre prompt aftdsatto- HlM raenlte ttom vBM 6 Peraaa jtfallfee yleased to lift yee Us rateaUa ad yegKUsbAti HartmaB XteeldeM ol eiiltartna Oolgabe Of Il tHE New I J p 6Rf1WOrld TkrIceaWok EIliUk- tend Wherever tho English Language Is Spoken the ThrJceaWeek WofrM lodg ago efltblijlied itself 1st pib1IcfSorasd ItioW recogslarf Mthe 1Itftjct imbttCBtlba of kaLktMlaIkW1tMed tatem Advertleefe i paWliken seftkteg etoWrfaj BdniblatHaaa aad they know beat HalMrslly Jesttfy 6 thItvJe jwMelyndjfwlated Ja cv ry State1 aadi Tartoryat4lieUn- iongn eve la rote Soatk Africa And Off the gold Grids In the deserts of Awtralk rhese are the things t1tt kl Nesttyew we jfeayc the Preld BtUl c9npagn In wkioh ail AettlIa lhaIl8ulItwo greet parties are preparfiiir for the ffrtt atoves Yoa will not wast to miss any details and if tfet sbscilbe now your years ssItacHptioa wiH1cover the campaign riBg4n uhir t1 end The Thrkea Week World l Ateo lately lair ia its polltlealieyj t Par thai bias Is never allowed tettlbetM aws ooJtimiw aafi Dwjocrat a44epaMleati keaeLhD In its pages pcIItfI In addidloa Wall the Be we the TsMiee Wetk W rW faatehef the rli5etIKlbBUCAK together ene year Jar UIjI at i = Yf Quioin w1ucIofIiout1 are a victim 4 DoSDQV4tdDa8SorOflroI9 t tdmIt1h1ItcuJio malaria bat It leaves almoaV EiINEIII 1 abeohlt l tefId l18i111pUTIlt TTi TODAY 5O Centaja BOttle AIIDrurffttto I nMfItI- IMI e ak-I if l1I a aiashjaIl1 f 4 WIN q5s4 BTIffJH re- I5Mes rm gaa MoWtIIC r 1TO4J4 M lf L4 II ForSal by J IWilHamsf Hartford Ky Iv 1 Groves Tate1ess CItonic HalSM3fl3oebottletcIoeawIIbeVx7 lel1 Iir1Lr efcevAeetlJwrflliI J A 4 II i r Hartford Republican Iwaedbthe JlBrUord 1ablibtngCompan- ypsonroac ED Co HJlITIIEclUor tzraotrEl3-C b1ILn3RoUCh v FRIDAY OCTOBER 3a Cast a Voto for tho Improvement of our Boloved State by Voting this Way REPUBLICAN TICKET You OoyifEOR- IIURILIN I DIIELIiNA You I4EUTENIer OoykaMo- PJ H ULIIUYT You TEEesnuR- JOHN A BLACK Foq AtDITO- ROEUKOE 1V WEL41r FOR ATTORIIIT UENCaAL W JIfIIECUNEK t FOR SIIRlTUYOr STATE J CNPEIOIIT You STATE serEnmTuMDEET LIVINOHTONEJletJAHTNET You CouuunoNEE or AOlllctLTITI- IEOEOKOE HAILER You CLERK or CovBT or ArrEiu J 1i NEWMAN nAiLRoAD CoMMIMIOIlER Third nlatrle- qAHAIITNiLER You CIRCUIT J DOE W Ncurr DioIuUSON- FonCo wouwuirTUe ArtUDNET JIL JlEARIN Pon STATE SENITDR ALVIN SnEN1VErrlt- eeseeEErFOR TtvE JUt A H PARK You Ctecc1T COt UT CLERK E Q HARRAFiN WHAT VOTERS MUST DETER- MiNE It would be difficult to exaggerate i the issues upon which the people will pass at the polls next Tuesday In the first place must determine whether or not they win practically set aside the provision of the State constitution prohibiting a second term or the Governor immediately follow is1 his first They must determine whether or not they will approve the usurpation of office for which the Governor stands They must pass upon the Calhoun lees two in number resting upon en tirely separate and distinct grounds The first is a Leo of 15 per cent awarded to a captain ot the Kentucky militia for collecting the pay of the soldiers due to the soldiers primarily by the State for services rendered the United States alust debt as far as the soldiers are concerned a debt for which under the letters ot the law the Slate was bound a debt for which the federal government ac knowledged Its moral obligation and met It For collecting this debt the State did not pay its officer but the Governor of the State authorized Capt Calhoun to retain 15 per cent of this money going to the soldiers The people must pees upon the Governors pardon record They must approve it if they vote fur Gov 7 Beckham the Alvey pardon the Raleigh pardon the Weatherford par don and the Clark release The peopl must express their ap proal of the increase IU taxation an increase amounting to 200000 a year under the preelnt administration expended in special fees paid unnec eSlarily to attorneys t The people must pass upon and ape I prove or disapprove the conduct of the insane asylums The people must pass upon and ape prove the pirit in whIch tho Governor of the state resents any iuspec lion of his official records the efforts Which have been made to conceal from the public the facts relating to public business IS IT SLANDER TOE Herald of Hartford pipes loud anti strong because ire repro duced last week a few lines from the Hawesville Plaiatlealer in which ref erence was made to Ben Ringo the Democratic nominee for Common wealths Attorney ns a member of the Beckham crowdor words of like purport The Herald iu response to this charge qr reference of the Plain dealer says Nomore tout Iunder woe ever curt at B- echolarlrbtlovecJ chrlUn gentleman Now let us see about this ufoul slander Does not Mr Riugo in dorse the candidacy of Mr Beckham- Is he not in sympathy with and sup porting the Democratic ticket headed by Beckham Did he not ns a mem ber of the Democratic Stato Central r Committeo cast his vote in favor of r the Goebel contest which wrought all the lawlessness and disorder at Frank- fortTi in 19oo Did not his vote in favor of that contest together with that of Judge Jas Hargis a member of the slime committee produce a ma jorlty in favor ora contest These l are pertinent qucations and from the Beralda response for Mr Riuge we I Infer that the two first are already answered no and Mr Ringo Is neither supporting nor in sympathy with the ticket of whIch Mr Beckham is the head If this be true can true Beck ham supporters cast then votes for himWe are conversant withand relia bly informed about his action in the Goebel contest matter and all the remaining queetioni are answered yes andno Republican can afford to sup port him As to the Heralds attack on Mr Heavrins personality we wish to say that wo have known him forseveral years and have been intimately associated with him for agood portion of the time and have always found him to bo a trite kind accommodating and gentlemanly gentleman of the highest typo lIo ishowever too well known over the district to need our defense of his personalattainments and qualifications His recold as a lawyer is equal to If not su periorto that of his opponentRingo The Ironical reference to ToE RE PuBLloexaa the nicetynice HARTFORD REPUBLICAN under Its new management Is meant for ridicule and criticism OfTnE RErunuoANe editor We are personally known only by a comparatively few of our readers to those we have nothing to say in our defense and to those who know us not you Jill perhaps for get the idle remarks of the Herald before you meet us IF Kentucky belloves in the Cal houn fee Deckham will be elected This was the largest legal fee over paid in the State of Kentucky and the service rendered was what any clerk In Frankfort was capable of do ing We are not advised as to how much Capt Calhoun gave to the Democratic campaign fund but we do know that he got 71000 at one time and about 18000 at another lot very little work and wee do know that it is suspected and hall been publicly charged and not denied that much of this fee found its way into the Democratic campaign fund ThIs is another of thelCshywaysDeckham has of looting the State Treasury for the benefit of his campaign fund an judging from the amount of boodle that we have learned that a certain county official brought back with him on his return from a recent trip to Louisville we are inclined to the belief that Capt Calhoun and the Gov ernor did have some sort of an ar rangement whereby a largo part of the large fee reached the campaign fund JUE Demotratio Campaign Com mittee is sending broadcast over the State to DemocratS and Republicans alike letters signed by S W Hager- in which appears the most remarka ble falsehoods that we have recently seen in print It says that when they took charge in 19P0 the State owed two millions of dollars when ns a matter of fact the records show that there was enough money in the treas ury to pay every dollar that the State owed The whole of the letter from beginning to end is an infa mane falsehood and is sent outjus1 before the election for the purpose of deceiving the voters I hereband book oft b1lJtomocrata than to have mybead shot oft bs llepnbllcanu These are the words uttEred by our Governor Mr Deckham at hIS Beaver Dam recitation Wednesday Can any one who has not been beset hy partisan Democracy vote for a man who as Governor will utter such vile and slanderous words against a majority of the people for whom ho is Governor This utter ance of Deckhams is a direct thrust at every Republican In the State Can anyone who is inclined to Republicanism votoor such a man REPUDIdaANs and Independent vot ers you should all turn out early next Tuesday and cast your ballot for Ed Barrass for Circuit Court Clerk Ed is one of the nicest young men it has ever been oUl pleasure to meet modest genteel and affable and possessing those business qualifications which specially fits him for the office to which he aspires Vote for him IF Deckham is elected It will not only wash white the sin of stealing of fices but it WIll make CalhouninJ a settled poliuy of the State The Raleigh pardon and the various other political pardons of bloody Breathitt will bo hold up as acts of charity on the part ofBeckham All the IOlllat now In the penltenUary are nepnbllcanneckham atlleanrDam Wed oeeday This is easily accounted for after tour years reign of Beckliamlam It is nn acknowledgement of what the Republicans have been charging all the time Democrats have been par doned out by the twc4yfour Governor WE will be ably represented ln the next Legislature Ur A D Park will be in the Fouse of Representa tlveand Hon A S Bennett will look after our interests iu the Senate VOTE for Belknap and fnauro aI clean business administration of the States aQaire forth next four bare BTAKP yu ballot under the log 1brokersgeand A VQTE for rkhead is a vote for a Judiciary ranking with partisan Democracy Go to the polls early and cast your ballot for a business administration A vorn for Beckham is a vote to indorse the pardon brokerage A VOtE for Beckham is a vote to hang Caleb Power- sBRADLEY DEFIES The Democratic Traducers of Ills Administration From Ills Sick Bed Gov Bradley on his sick bed made the following ftlltemenlrI and detph huntlliated and disappointed at not being able to speak I never wanted to make a spetch more In my life I want to show myt oyalty to the ticket and disapprove the ties of the bounds who have been accusing me ut sulking Then toot s want to defend my own administration I could crush Mr Beckhama- preteualons llkean egg shell I have acts at my command that no one else has and I cant express how mortified I am lit not being able to do my part Gov Bradley has prepared half ofI his speech dnd hopes to be able toI finish It to be Issued In the form of an address to the voters- Democratic r Rally Alter extensive advertising by big poasters through the Herald and In various ways the Democratic rally atI Beaver Dam Wednesday was a severe frost Not more than 1000 persons were there and the crowd was the least responsive that ever listened to a candidate for Governor In Ohio countyBen D Ringo was the first speak ers stand was near the railroad and he was frequently Interrupted bypassing trains Each time would pass he would take a moment off to abuse the L N Rail road In his speech he charged the Republicans on the State ticket with every possible variety of crime known to crlmnal annals He rehashed theGoebel murder and seemed to gloat over the lnconcelveable misfortunes of Caleb Powers He wound up his speech with a violent tirade against the Republicans In general and the negroes In particular His remarks were frequently Indorsed by some half dozen men who were almost to lull tor utterance It was his first time to have an audience In the county of any size although he has went to various appointments over the county He closed his abusive speech by Introducing T F Birkhead Blrkbead delivered a typical Davless county barranguenever allowing him sell to stray or wander from his text Dam the negro He arroused no applause except when he told a story His speech fully justified the cur rent reports of his utter lack of ability to adorn the high office of Circuit Judge After he closed the audience listened to oneSberely who made some effort at logical argument but his deductions and conclusions were so remarkable that he hardly received It ripple of applause Then the band entertained the people till the special train beaming Btckham arrived It was 30 minutes late It was met by perhaps two hundred men and boys with some half dozen small flags WhenBeckhllm slake lie had perhaps yon or 8uo listeners Of these at least one third ul the voters were Republicans The crowd was made up also of many women and children out of town Beckham made only a few remarks aroulng great 1 enthusiasm by saying that he would rather beI Governor of Kentucky than President of the United States He was follow ed by James B McCreary who made a most vile and abusive speech without the least pretense at argument It was a desperate effort to aroUse passion and prejudice He said that three fourths of the convicts In the penitentiaries ftt Pranklort and Eddy vllle were Republicans but he failed to refer to Beckhams notorious par don records to show the Infamous manner In which Democrats of theI most outrageous criminal records had been turned loose upon society for purely partisan reasons McCreary wound up with a vicious howl on ne- gro denomination Threefourths of his auditors had melted away before be closed He showed hlmsdl otIonly to be a common ordinary liar but a very rare type of demagogue Every speech was along the same line If the lack of Interest and en thushmll shown at Beaver Dam Is any indication of what Is to come Tuesday then Republicans need not fear Abuse never makes votes andc there Is no doubt but that the violent abuse heaped upon all who do not In- dorse office stealing Wednesday wlll aid the Republicans Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days youngerbrothergestlon He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them We pur chased some of Chamberlains Sto mach and Liver Tablets and he com thirtydaysflesh He Is now fully recovered We have a good on the Tablets LongBranchlfemt tit THOUSANDS CHEER BElKNAP t Greatest Gathering of the Campaign at Columbia TO WN DECKED WITH FLAGS People of Adair County turn Out In full Force to Welcome Re publlcan Candidate for Governor Columbia Ky Oct ay Never In the history of Jentuc1 y did a candidate for Governor make amore trlum phel entry into Colombia thann did Col Morris Belknap Tuesday His welcome surpassed anything of the kind ever seen In Adair county and eves his warmest supporters had hoped for such an outpouring of people Hours before Col Belknap arrived the streets of the town were filled with au enthusiastic crbwd and place presented a holiday appear The Court House which stands In the center of the principle quare was bedecked with flag andI bunting the banners floated from every business house while tire people of Adair marched through the streets waving flags and cheering for Belk nap shortly before the time for the dls tlngl1lshed visitor to arrive hundreds prominent clllzeps of Columllla and Adair county formed a monster pa rade and marched out to meet the guests ot honor The procession came upon Col Belknap and the HonE T Frauks Owensboro several miles from town and escorted them Into the city where as soon as the vanguard- of the procession arrived paudemo- nlum broke loose At the hotel an informal reception was held but so great was the crowd which thronged around the Republican candidate for governor that many who desired to shake his hand were unable to get near him Alter the reception the parade with Col Belknap and Mr Franks at Its head started to the pUblic square There the reception which awaited thedistinguished guests was eveD more enthusiastic than those which preceded it and as soon as Col llelk nap appeared on the southeast portico from which he was to speak cheer went up which lasted several minutesThe was but a forerunner o many others which were to follow for the speakers address was frequently Interrupted with applause from the throats of from 4000 to 5000 entha elastic hearers who were unable to control their jubilant feelings At the conclusion of Cot Be1knllps- speecb the Hon E T Franks was Introduced and made ari address htch also called fourth considerable up- plaase lifter the speaking was finished Col Belknap was forced to re main for a while In order to give all of those who desired as opportunity to meet him II HoW Machine Hopes to Win The machine plan In Kentucky Is very simple It Is the plan 0lJ899 over again The object Is to come to- Louisville with a majority II they can and steal enough votes In the city to give them a ntajorlty of the state lu the event they are run too close In the Interior Thin election greatly depends all the stolen vote In LoulllVllh That Is the dish of plIt leal hash that inset bdne the people of Kentucky The machine eanntt endure without rffr The Lllulsvllle machine Is tench more wicked than the State machine and has got a heap more sense Yvu remcmber bow the Louisville machine made thn Slate machine eat a mess olleelc last sum mer That was becausethe State machine was depending on the Louisville machine to steal enough votes to give them the State vote if the rural Kentucky happened to be uncomfortable close r BUFORD KY oct 28Mrs Saute Bales moved Into her residence here last week Mr Will Mahony and family left for Allen 0 last week to make their future home Mr homer Turner of this place and Miss Lizzie Galloway of Narrows were married October 54 at the home of Mr Tom Hudson In Owens bore I VisJtedMrHoover Saturday Miss Sallie Warden of Centertown returned home Monday alter a three KrsFPMof this place Mrs Fannie Holbrook s visitingg her children to Owensboro at ibis writing Mrs Blanche Hlpsley and her daughter Mrs Edna Calhoun of Hillside are visiting the family oJ Judge Hen Newton et this writing Mr and Mrs JS Chlnn of Beds were the guests of Mrs Bettie JUcb- ard6ou the brat of the week The Hon Ben D Ringo made his little speech here last night to a crowd of about twelve or fiReenI vptersaame old speechtook up his own time and Charlie Fords too so Charlie did not get to speak Mr Henry Rtench of Terahauto Iud Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Will Henry French near here jsfr Will Gabbot till soon have his flew 1 sldence completed which IsI verynitx FORDSVILLE KY Mr JG Keown ofHarttord was lu town last week lolls Mattie Bean of Dundee who has been visiting her cant Mrs Rean Smlthbas returned home Miss Emma Lou Moorman or Glen dean hi visiting her slater Mrs Bob CriderMr Frank Graham of Narrows was In town last week Prof Otho Fowler attended the ReynoldsRogers wedding here last Wednesday Superintendent James DeWeese 01 Hartford was In town last seek Misses Artie and Lena Smith and Mamle JOUfS attended meeting at Zion thatch Sunday night Mr Willie Smith and daughter Miss Ola have returned from a visit to relatives In Bowling Green Mr JB Howard of Eagle City Alaskaarrlved here Tuesday to spend the winter with relatives CHallfordMr W R Jones went to the Narrows SuudaySfIt Goes Right to the SpotnWhen pain or irritation exists on s part of the body the application of Blllarda Snow Liniment will give at prompt relief It goes right to the spot said an old man who was rubbing It In to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tenaba writes I have used Daltlards Snow Liniment In Itoforpalnsinroo at J H Williams m OLATON KY Oct 2yHealth Is very good In this vlclgity- jVeare still waiting for our bridge and we most surely need It as it cuts off all of the business traffic from Olatou on the east side of Caney creek Business Is dull In our little town now but we feel that business will Soon open up again and Olaton will continue to Improve We dont hear anything said now about the new church that was going to be built right awayIRan a Ten Penny NAZI Through His Hand While opening a box j C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of allathe pain and soreness this would cause me he says and immediate Balmrandsurprise It removed all pain and sore ness and the Injured parts were soon healed For sale by J H Wll llama m CAfsJTOR= A Bean t6 lta Iiad yat Bllr 111rr JS BCOtt Bptut i A FREE gamo inside each package offLion Coffee I 60 different camesI SH RlffS SALE By virtue of Execution NQ 2065 Book ii directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Court lu favor of E H Moran against Bessie Greer I or one bl my deputies will expose to public to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so thereof all may be necessary to Plaintiffs debt interest and costs on MondayNovember t6 r9n3 I oclock w at the Court Hones door In IYartlord Ky viz One house and lot at Megan Station Ky bounded as felled Ou the Hast by C M Ralph lot on the by the Owensboro and Mtugan mad on the North and West by lands of Wm Ralphs heirs lev on as the property of Bessie Greer the defendant Inlhle action TERrlS Sale wlll be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security regnlred bearing Int- ercet et the rate of 6 per ant per annum from day of sale and having the force and enact ofa solo bond Witness lilY hand this 2Ut day of October t93CAL P KnoWN S O C By J H RonuaTs D S Wanted to Have ills Choice tsmall boy was told by his mother that there would soon he a new baby for him to play with as the doctor was going to bring it In his black bag That afternoon the younlater appeared at the cffice of the family physIcian and paid Are you going to bring a new baby to our house Yea mv little man replied the doctor highly amused Then returned the small boy let me have a look et the kids you hone In stock and Ill pick out the one I think Ill like be- stSick Headache Food doesnt dt est well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness sac AU drvgDta r 1 want yor meestaeh or beArd a DaUrl TbeDI L f crs 0 e14 DNt O e P NML ce RM rl our to an see to You to you of ever county T In Wool Dress Goods wo have acollection of the newest in the most of the country We have them in desirable weave- sat the most reasonable prices This stock It the idea cfploasins tho woman of small purse as veIl ns those nil unlimited bank J For Men chid Boys best stock imtilrIcoun itry with nil idea ot rind Low Prices It ost nothing to look aiid it a if buy That We Are AfterYouI And that if Youd Look Our Goods YoudbeAfter Wo are after you to make money Look our stuck over nmI you will be after us because wo save you money We nra better prepared to servo you this year than over before We bought more goods and at closer prices consequently wo are offering them nt less mon oy Como se- eSHOESIfYyou are looking for Ladies vino Shoes wo are prepnred to show you tho latest Yo also have a splendid line of everyday Shoesgoodv ues suantnletd to give satisfaction Our line or Mens shoes cant ho beat Everyday Shoes for stirvico any style you may call for from a henvy Plow Shoe nt 98e to tho best hightop Bootee at UiO A fun line of Childrens Misses Youths and Shoes If you have children tobuy Shoes for dont fail to seo this lineCLOTHINGI it is Clothing you want A wo cati you Wo hnvo a fine line and our prices are tho closest Wodo not mark up prices in order 10 fall We mark our goods in fig ures nt n close price treat everybody uliko Dont fall to see our Clothing when you need anything in this lino It will bo n moneysaving visit to you DrcsaGoodsbest lipo over brought to Hartford A full lino of heavy Su tings for Coat Suits These goods nlut bo J I Vestingsfor R fleece Pique l5c n yard heavy white fleece same tit 25e i yard A fine line of Wash Goods for Shirt Waist Suits Ynrdwido Madras beautiful patterns only lOc n yard Regular The grades MILLINBRVThe largest Lind best assortment over brought to Ohio county Dont fall to see and varied linebeforepur- chasingaHatEcoiioiiiyStore i I r TT +TTTwyt YR E P BARNES iB- EIflLER B O- v DAM KENTUCKY c mm I l Mw I Milli m M f mrnrni ft lMffi f U MissesWrusanUFurs r The keen interest accorded our New Fall Thins the past week by early shoppers deprived ad man of an opportunity of extendJng the public earlier invitation to visit our quarters to ro the Mammoth Preparation we have made supply their wants in the correct thlnystn every departmet of our store are invited visit our store and willing hands and glad hearts will cake pleasure in showing the most diversified and elaborate collection GENERAL MERCHANDISE shown in this iDRESS GOODSTquito conceits shown fashionable hetidquartors the most vasseleetedwith with account SUITSSHOESHATS selected from tiro STYLI Durability means saving tqy9 you I Over Us anti Boys please Simply plain and this elegant 1 MILLINERY Our Superiorolections for thb Autumn Season are reaid for thecrftieal inspection of every Lady in this countyr C Icording to tiro lfalcs in this Departmont t lOpast week and j r the comp imo lts received on the product of Trimwors 0 tokknow that our line is beyond reproach yt STRIKING SHOW OE GARMENTS L w we have on sale now the most wonderful oxhfbit of Womans stylish Wraps Furps and Skirts Evorybodyjis- urgedto call andsee tlto greatest efforts ofour history m the Ijlf display of FushionableGarments at reduced prices 5 Of 2s J E p BARNES BRO 1 Beayer DaIILKy J LL IL 4 I I I i p iir F 1 I lExtraordinarv1 It It It Uuderprtctng It I A This is what wo claim wo are doing for our com J potitors in every instanco and tho reason for this is I explained in Cash Buying and Cash Selling It It fiBy purchasing your Winter Supplies from us you I aro not paying what credit houses loso Wo want to ti save you money Our interest and yours are idonti cal If youaro not satisfied we aro dissatisfied Wo quote a few specials S SPECIALS NO ITon dozen Child = runs ExtraHeavy FUHL Black tifciiM MngpBlCTOBS 4 j spliced Jlcol and Too two thread Log and three lJt thread ngt aminTiBkni pay 25c for Our Special = Prico 15c tfi tfi SPECIAL NO21on dozen Ladies tJ t heavy Gray Ribbed Fleeced Vests mado of Peelers = J best CotUjn Yarns Taped Neck gusset Armholes an lJt 41 ideal garment tho kind you pay 36c for Our prico iloyou 25c Pants to match tJ jj SPECIAL NO 3Mens 4button Sack 8 4 Coats nIl strictly High Class grade of wool Black J C ifi41 you usually pay 1500 for Our Special Price is 1 1000 Also a big assortment of Childrens ClothpSing ij S SPECIAL NO 4 Mens Womon8andRg Childrens Shoes Extra quality mens everyday Wear Shoes the kind that soils forCsioo Our price 125 Ladies good heavy riveted Pbtfl Shoes pegged bottom solid soles a good wearer for I iioo a pair Childrens of samo mako and quality 1as Ladies 50c to 100 per pair according to sizesJ lull ft1m = 1 with Dig Bargains Throughout our Store there is it = not a prico that is not decidedly lower than what = havo been paying =ftVyou be If fi J stca 3j3 l i r 1 I iJ i Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 30Ir Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co adI If you need Furniture cote toICARSON at CoIOysters Pub Celery at City tauraat II yoa need Shoes come to I CAitsONCo j KesjUUtautVi A n1 Cciiklvu WBf lntnwn Tuvd4 t 11 you utv t UttsttLetUr CAl ON Co M r WlllUm Ceralvo w in town TuenJuy If you need Clothing come to CARSON Co I City Restaurant most uptodate I ploce In Hartford J iu need a Cloak or Cape come to p CARSON Co MIWI what nice soup you get at City Restaurant Gap WlteRJlettof Lexington was in town Monday Ji P Loyd B rcdItFery called toteetis WeduesdI Mud Mrs Janerfur city vlalted pr and Mrs Z H Shultz Pleaiaat Ridge SundayI j SHYLOCK t 1 Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flcshThcre are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion 4Scotts Emulsion is flesh bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens j the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty year 1 Scotts Emulsion hasbeen the greg giver of human flesh W will tend yon a couple 01 OlUlcS ee1 0 COTTa iQWNIChemIta 400415 Perlatrt NeWYGr ICe JCo laU Get your meals at City Restaurant Every thing first class L D P Wltaker Rochester made ns a very pleasant call Wednesday Mr and Mrs Roan Dodson city visited at Beech Grove the first of the week I Just recieved a new lot of Mens Clothing sad Overcoats CARSON Co Elmer Barnard Beaver Darn aade us a pleasant call while la town Wed nesday We have just added another assort meat to oar tock of Jioq pants CARSON Co Miss Abble Bell Owensboro visit rd reUttves and friends In the city the first ol the week- OStEoPATHYDr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination sad Consultation free tf Dont Ian to see our big lot of iioo pants Prices range from Sioo to 250 Ask to see them f CARSON Co Largest assortment latest styles ned cheapest Use of Capes Cloaka sad Fnrs at Economy Dry Goods Store We have the beet dock of Shoes In Ohio county for Idle men and call dren Come to us for yonr fall aad winter Shoes CARSON Co For anything In Clothing you should visit us We will show you some goods that will Interest you ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Mrs Wood Tiasley happened to a palnfnlccldent by a tall down the stairway Into the Abasement bat for tunately the acclqellt riot prove serious Dont these cold frosty toorniag S make you think of an Overcoat We have a swell line at all prices ECONOMY DaY GOODS STORK Mrs Jennie Moseley who baa been vlaltlngher brotber Capt S K Cox and family and other relatives sad friends Ion few days returned to her home lasf Friday Why riot get in agnes on the bIg candle and He1l you cant get the 50 suite Furniture Remember we give one guess for every zoo spent with us CARSON Co Shoesl Shoes More Shoe than any- placInOhIo county Do you need Mea Shoes Boys Shots LadIes or MlMss Shoes Conic and see our line EcoNOMvDaY GOODS STORK The Floating Studio ia now atHsrt ford until January i 19 o4Qur price on rnany of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay yoa tEl give us a call before going elsewhere John Park Clear Run wall in town Wednesday d- If J 8 P Moore Centertown called to see ayesterday Pair Cos Clothing is the Infest Prices below competition See Fair Co for Suit Cases Trunks Leather Grips c j William Schroader Jingo called to see us while In town yesterday New Flannel Waist Goods and new I Black Skirting at Fair Cos 1 C Sbultz Rochester called to see us while In town Wednesday C Taylor Matanzas made ns a pleasant call while in town yesterday Another shipment of Jackets at Fair Gos They are cheep and nice 36Inch Black TafTetta Silk II2S 27 Inch Pain de Sol Silk Sr2S at FairCosLewis city visited friendsc arid relatives Iu Nnckles Saturdaye and Sunday Good Serviceable Jeans Pants Sioo Heavy Corduroy Pants 1150 At Fair Co See Fair Gos Bed Comforts and Blankets The prices they make wilt InterestyuutChildrens Union Suits 250 La to dies Union Suits 5oc Men heavy Fleeced Underware 890 At Fair AosfaColbeen confined to his bed with typhoid w fever is doing as well as could be ez ectedtMr L D P Wltaker will sell allw his personal property at public aac on at his farm Jour miles above ot- ochester Friday December nth tim You mast see our new Covert l thea for Shirt Waist SuIts Beau the ril styles io cents per yard P ECONOMY STOKE poOurol the latest thlagstobe had We receive goods for this departmental oat dally If you want the Meet visit ns for your Dress Goods and Trimmings ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK yoWAnTEnPivethehands to do regular tarn work must recommended substantial men an itetheyFor further information tilllmt4The Young Mens Christian Asao him elation held its second County Con si vcDUoa here Saturday and Sunday and Numbers of persons interested in the work from all parts of the State were present and took part in the exer clses and thStrayedweeks ago one red heifer boat five orsix months old has white star in face and tome white on under part of body has been dehorned eara not marked will pay for her return or Information as to her whereabouts ga L T B aNAaDIde Hartford KyItlan Mintage license H L Carter Narrows to Vona E Thompson prTenniegll Davidson Yeanan to Motile tan drum Yeaaan Robert Woster Fords Be yule to SopbU Mills Fardaville RauU Fargeraon Fordsvitk to Levla vr Miles Fordivllle es Is reporting the organization of tbf WM Bank heofover we failed M alShikersoucitizens boslnesa alomissionofficers of the new bank was In waa totentional thIIS su Tiasley aad ftally Sam Barnett and le wife Henry GrlfflnMisa Leona Mad The dox Wallace Riley Sari Cox E P Thomas and family C M Barnett and family Torn Black TC RUef Dr 8 J Wedding aad fatally Mrs R R Wedding Mrs J A Anderson Alex Barnett Mr and Mrs R Un toUIL Blrkhead are some of Hartfords citizens that attended the dedicationto at No Creek SnadayV II our Fosters Cash Grocery has received a new lot pf eat Oatmeal and Cream of shWheatEach large box ot OatVI meal contains a beauti iul Cup and SaucerIHORTON KYtitand thOfUasonviltefoShelbyYour scribe went to Owensboro Saturdaythbeen in progress at Bethel church closed last MO aJ trJesse rWfrom Illinois MondaypRIPANS TabBlesfDoctors find A good prescription WTileppIytor76I BR UGHtBACK Estill Darrell Placed in Jail on a Serious Charge Sheriff Keown and His Deputy J H Roberts Maket- Arrest e The Father of His Nieces Child Born Last Week Charged with one of the most hlen oua crimes la the calendarEstlll DarI ttyTuesday evening while at work ofltfarm near Derby Ind CAPTORS OP DAHHEtt A few days ago Sheriff Keown re pffectfarm six miles back of that place un der the name of Phillips Sherlfl D Keown and his deputy Joe Roberta at once went to Owensboro and Be cured the service of Sherlfl Short o They left for Stephensport on Tnes ay morning They crossed the river to Derby and engaged a team take them to the farm The offi ers say the country is nothing but steep hills and thickly timbered land t the edge of the timber was the rm where It was said Darrell was a- orking As they emerged from the underbrush they saw two men plow g la a field Roberts walked down obne of the men and told him he u looking for telephone poles at the same time getting nearer to the In her man in the field who was nslie Darrell Short and Keown re an aintd near the woods Darrell saw is two officers and called to his com anion in the field to find out who they were He stopped plowing toke a fire which was burning la the ld and Roberta then walked nplo him and said has Hello Bstlll what are you doing here list Unconsciously Darrell allowed the officer to take hold of his husiviJoe Roberta what la the hI are day u doing here replied Darrell At same time the captured man made effort to reach to the ground for a avy iron spike Roberts put his on the spike and held Darrell nn the Short and Keown arrived The An saw he was overpowered and gged the officers not to handed Ke said he would offer no reo stance Darrell was put in a wagon sick taken back to Derby He con Mated to return to Kentucky without requisition papers They crossed the here river to Stephensportoit midnight spent the remainder ol the night ere DAKRBUS CRIUS The crime for which Darrell must stand trial is the alleged betrayal of is Llllle Darrell Tborasberry his niece Only a few days since the woman bavad She charged that her uncle tlll Darrell accomplished her ruin d the warrant for his arrest was sworn out by Edward Darrell the father of the girl and a brother of Use isoner Connected with this case is the tragic death of Tom Thoasberry Oa Otcidein the preenceoi several wltnetss Alew days before his death he tricked into marrying LUlle Dar relllt being ajleged at the time that awas the author ol her tutu Later however the girl confessed to her lather and feeling keenly 51hiliAlter the crime had become gener ly know and all trace ol the accused lost the Governor was appealed trepepplemetednd by the brothers of Thornsberry arresting officers will therefore detheHerald Called Down In response to the Heralds ltatecU sit of October 14th with reference the remarks of one of Hartfords is ermtu citizens when Introduced to Belknap dnjlng his recent visit Hartford which is as follows Hewaa Introduced to one ot good old German citizens well countyInBelknap grip the old German ex tended his hand for a hearty hand ake t the same time exclaiming veil you vas the very man I D looking for this long time I vas st to see you I vas for you aadlecJo- gapc t to vote for you I you ets elected Und It you gets elected hopes you dont kill another Gnfi Null aed the I wtek to my that I am one among e few GeraaBswbo live In Hart is rd and have made Inquiry of all cobeisad each the statement of liemade such a statement or anything ltand I wiltvouch for the 4authfulnessan who liveehere and each includ g myself brand the statement ol tbe iald la sOfar as It refers to Reb inlsebobdLEWIS GUNTHERed n Mt CIIRhCMP F UiJ CtIH aM Oiwwp RAilWAY WfDDlHG Mr Henry Carter and Miss Yona Thompson Married Capt Riley Held the Train for ti Ceremony and Gave the Bride Away The first wedding that ever too place on a railroad train In this sec lion was solemnized at Deanfield Sun day morning Mr Henry Carter and Miss Vona Thompson of Narrows started to Owenllboro for the purpose of being married by Rev J D Hocker Alter with a gay wedding party board d the train at Narrows they learned Mr Hocker was In Deanfield Capt Rlleytbe eOznductr of the train was notified of the situation and suggested that the marriage takiC- Iacon the train promising to send tie minister and to hold the train for the wedding On arriving at eanflld a messenger was sent for Rev Hocier He came In a few min utes and the ceremony was performed ha license obtained at Hartford Captain Riley gave the bride away Alter the ceremony all the passengers on the train ciowded around and of feted congratulations tbe minister was given a handsome feband be towing a blessing stepped from the train The bell rang joyously before nd during the ceremony belngtrans formed for the time into a wedding bell Mr and Mrs Carter and their party went on to Owensboro where they spent the day returning lo Narrowa the evening Mr Carter is the 2 Nda beautiful young woman and belongs to one of the heat families of Ohio county WHITESVILLE KY IOct 28The protracted meeting closed and was very progressivef Mlsa Mattie Holland is Mr Prank Brooks of Owensboro sited his parents Saturday and Sun Messrs Geo and Wm Holland and families attended the funeral of their sister Lewlsport Sunday er A crowd oi young folks attended meeting at Bethabra Saturday per night Mr Bftlmer Wedding went to Ow per ensboro last week Little Miss Hafley Cecil is on the an list this week Mr Albert Morgan nod sister Amanda ofRoalne visited relatives last week per Mrs Alex Barnett of Hartford la visiting friends and relatives here a Mrs Rufus Neel of Missouri Is visiting relatives here me The New Christian church which in a course of erecting is nearing completion sccoThe children of St Marys school went nutting Sunday Aepuhllen RIEyI SVoladdress the voters ofrJ hio county at Baize own Saturday Oct 31 atl pm and at Crom welt Saturday Oct iat7 p m- Taylor Mines Brass Band will accompany the- peaker from Beaver am MS RAGLAND R ChrnnF Caleb Powers speech in his recent in is oa sale at the postoSce 250 in r copy BEDA KY Oct a8MLsa Grace Park of An raonvllle is visiting her aunt Mrs Bennett Quite a nnmder from this place at iu tended the dedication of the Metho et churchat No Creek Sunday Miss Qllle Bennett oi Oweasboro visiting her parents near here Mr I D Chapman ot Owensboro spent Sunday night with friends at this phce f Mr Edgar Boehra and sister of Sutherland were the guests of rela tives near here Saturday night and to Sunday Messrs Walter and Marvin Parks attended the Beckham speaklnjf at jMrsrelatlveajjear here Tuesday Mr Ernest Woodward spoke at this place Saturday ulgbtlu behalf of Republican ticket Mrs Jennie Carson of Louisvillep visiting Mrs Isaac Mr Bidwell Matanzaa was in our in fMlsaMrs Lee China at Hartfordtl IIMIIIIMarrw ilMlsabaptizing at Baraetts Creek Tuesday Little Miss Lorenc Greet who has een ill ol throat trouble Is improv a oMrsition built to her property here Owing to the dedication at NoCreekb Rev Caatrlll did not fill his went at Shlnkle Chapel Sunday Q New GoodsCheap Goods j etWo have just returned from the City Markets where wo have purchased big t2 goods for tho Fall Trade consisting of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boots s2 IkTuptodate Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Childrens Cloaks and a big fa lot of Furs at prices that are eyeopeners + 4 CLOTHING Twentyfour Mons Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to u 42 at 260 elsewhere 500 4 4 Twenty Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 at 250 else 12 where 426- TwentyC Mens allwool heavy Suits all colors siz s 35 to 42 at 460 olse whore 760 Big assortment of Pants all sizes and t colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to alltWo to give you more prices but as ourspaco is limited therefore we 1 tho public to call and examine our stock and Fall from us wo can and you money for trddo 4 t t 2JI 2J 2fj i J o Matter Where Your Farm Is can soIl it for you I sell on commission I quote your a figures on farm land acres near Palo 650 100 acres 4 miles train Hertford 950 135 acres 4tc 4 800 60 acres near Beaver Dam 1600 173 acres fine bottom land six miles west of Hartford on Rough riv CHEAP I2oacreS near Macon Mo at f5o acre 400 acres near C Uoslo at Iso acre 400 acres near Bevier Mo at 35 50 acre no acres rear Macon Mo1 at 40- perlcre 260 acres near Macon Mo at 20 acre On this Missouri land we can loan large of the purchase money All these are great bargains See JotS a better description List your property with me I have calls every day for farming land I i A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate JIARIFORD KY Heir to 1000000 Owensboro Oct 27 Living in the ate ol Panther creek and with the inters of eighty years on her head rs Nancy Short a highly respected woman has received a message from England to the effect that she Is heir esa to money In the Bank of England nd real estate to the amount of over million dollarch Mrs Shorts grandfather William Steele died many years ago and willed his vast estate and money in bank to her father However in the meantime with her father she had come to America When the grand ther died an eflort waS made by the- elativea to locate William Steele Jr this country All efforts vain a few weeks ago when Mrs Shots wrote to one of her relatives in England It was then she was remembered as the child of William Steele Jr and the relatives knew he was the rightful heir to the money and estate Thc proper steps England and thia county have been taken to get the money from the Dank of England where it has remained all this time and the real es tate ready to be made over toUrs Short Her father died several years ago Smothered to Death Evansvllle Oct 26While about step out doors to get relief fromla choking spell Fritz Schock a cooper dropped dead Sunday evening at Ber- man Hess boarding house in Outer arriet street The choking spell attacked him about oclock while seated at the upper table Previous to that time he had been in the best of spirits and Well engaged la eating a hearty sop er He was seen to suddenly jerk back his chair and commence to gasp breath Im smothering he- xclainned as he arose and staggered throughtke room for the door 3esdiu- gntotheyard lust as he was about to step out of door be fell over face foremost eed These seated about the supper table Immediately ran to hla asslstnnceand physician was quickly summoned but all efforts to revive him proved f no avail r For a pleasant physic take Cham Stomicb nod Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in efftct For sale by J H Williams m S OVERCOATSAsplendid Beav 4er Coat 5400 elsewhere 675 SHOES Hamilton Brown for men every pair guaranteed 125 La j dies Shoes 1 Big lot of Chindrons Shoes all prices- JACKET s2 I t A 12 Jacket for 9 a 10 Jacket for 8 an 8 Jacket for 5 and so on down the lino SKIUTSA 6 Skirt for 425 5 Skirt for 375 a 4Skirt for a 3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt ai I t 100 Childrens Jackets at all prices 1 4 would like ttnsk buy their Goods as will save Yours Sam Bach Hartford Ky Located 70 part proved until MAtftiIflWUMfNlJVtflM ACTAYLOR Undertaker I have just received full line of Coffins Caskets and Robes my Heaiseisof the latest pattern and 1 strictly uptodate X have procured the services oftMr Wallace Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open day and nightICalls answered on short notice r A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky SHfRlffS SAlE 2u52directedClerks Office of the Ohio Circuit againstICrowder andF M StClalr I or one ot my Deputies will expose to trabllc sate to the highest and beat bidder the following personal property oreo muck thereof as may be Beceeaary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and 1903betwICaand ii oclock a m at tile Old Mill Hotoe In Roslne Ky and the real estate at the Court House door in Hartford Ky on Monday November 2 1903 between the hours of r oclock pm and 3 oclock p m One Belter aad Edglne one set Corn Burrs situated is tieOld Mill House atRosine Ky also one town lot in ROsine Ky bounded on South by lands and track of I CR RICo on the West by Cromwell and Sal phur Springs road oa the North by a Street on the East by the lands of I- CR R COlt being the lotos which the mill above described is hx propertyoidefendants TERMS Sale will be made oa a credit of 3 months bond with ed security required bearing interest perfromdayof annuM the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 13th day of October 1903 CAT Pi KaowXt L O C By R L BOYD D So There is more Catarrh in this sec tion ot the country than all other die eases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incur ble For a great many years doctors pronuonced itilocal disease and pre scribed local remedies and by wn ataatly failing to cure with local treat meat pronounced It incurable ScI- ence has proven catarrh to be a con atltntloatr dlsease acd therefore re quite constitutional treatment Halll Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cherry Co Toledo Ohio Js theiio drops to a teaspoon fat It acts dj rectly on the blood and mucous sax face of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it hUe to cure Send for circulars aad tastl monials Address K I Chery Co Toledo Ohio 7SCUalllthe beat If you are thinking of attending a firstclass business college you will do well to call at this office and buyour schol followinginstitutions the Bryant Stratton or Massey Business College We can saver you some money I Bad Coughs 44 I ball a bad cough for sir weeks aad could lad no relief until I tried Ayers Pectoral Only onefourth of we bottle cured meL Havo NewIsgtoH pntt Neglected colds always to something serious 1 They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia J asthma or consumption Dont wait but take Ayers Cherry PectoralIJustas soon asyour cough begins A few doses will cure you then TsrNskuf35Ntt Afldtv4i j Oou your dntor U h ma tik t droLeanJUY5RVOOwtXUr WadeTauer Mr James Wade and Miss Teie Tastier were married In the Baptist church at Deanfield Sunday eaotalag The ceremony was performed by Rev J Df Hockey in the presence of a large number of the friends of tke couple A35OSui1o1FurniIure GIVEN AWAY If you waht to be the lucky person buy your goods frppi us from now until enaof the and get a uoa at the length of time tm BIG willburnrhefirst nurn1rof hours oriheone gueeeing the noaresUitho ex act number of hours the can dIe will burn tho Fur ItureOno Dollars worth of goods J and a guess It c08tey U maybeopen tp all cash customers 111010for y offered elsewhere r CR1tSONIIHARTFORD KY i J Hartford RepubIica FR DAY OCTOBER 30 CAPTAIN EWENI will Take the Platform and Deliver 150 Lectures in Northwest has niany Calls to Lecture pn- Breathitt Feuds captain Co J Ewen has decided to take the lecture platform He will start out this week on a tour that will rfqulre ISO lectures atici will embrace amot as many towns Most of the latter will be In the North and Northwest Captain UWfn will tell bout the origin and results oHeudsln Breatbltt county This subject has bfoen pick ed out for him and he has been asked to tlatOW some urther light on the terztble conditions ol that lawless mountain county captain Ewens decision to take the lecture platform waq arrived at only after he had been almost avalanched with letters from over the country suggesting It Many of these letters proposed to pay his expenses if he- wsutd make the trIp to diflerent points and give the people desired talks Messrs WiC G Hobbs Oscar B Ambrosond U B Wreon will back captain gwen In his venture and help hint manage his tour Mr Wrenn will act for LIme In the capacity of advance agent and will attend to the bookings The first lecture Is to be given in a certain Ohio town next Wednesday night The tour from there wilibetoward tbb Northwes- tBoautifUiCOmplOXlOflB Are spoiled by using any kind of prearatlon that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear complexion free swallownts pimples blotches etc Is to keep the llye In good order An occasional does of Herblne will cleanse the bowls regulates the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at J II Williams in ResolutIons of espect Adopted by Ky Tribe 5410 R M ofYcHenry Ky Whereas It has pleased the Great Sptrlt of the Universe to call from earthly labors to the happy wigwam above Laura Barnes DJankenshlp wife of our beloved brother Claude Blankenship Therefore be It Resolved That we extend to our beloved brother our heartf lt sympa thy and be It Resolved That weas dear brothers urge him to bear his loss with the fortitude and resignation becom- Ing one of our members Be It further ReaZlv d That d copy of these yes outlons be spread upon the minutes ofour l dge and a copy be sent to the bereavedhusband of the deceased HERBgR S SANDltRS ANDREW TUORPCom L E HnARLD J A Great Sonsatlori There was a big sensationfn Lees vUle md when W if Brown of that place who waq expected to die had his lire saved by Dr Klng8 New Discovery for Consumptione He writes 11 endured Insufferable agonies rim Asthma but your New Discovery gave me Immediate relief add soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures Consumption Pneumonia Boncliitis and GrlJ1 are numerous Its the peerless remedy fQr all throat and lung troubks- Price soc and 100 Guaranteed 6y Z Wayne griffin Bro zn CASOXWOnXAle- ulthe TbeKtu1YoUHrnAJwa- isBouUDeWitts Slpat1llO 1l cf r Salvo For Plies urns Sores Laboring men who have been hdv lug steady and rofitable employment under the Dingley iat do not take kindly to Terry Sutllvans PreeTrade doctrine They have not forgotten the soup house of Democratic times Creston Iowa Advertiser to YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to of the wonderf- ulILI1 I IiCUC3 made by Dr SWampRoot ti the great kidney liver remedyfl41 CaltrlumPh of the nina Hi II teenth century dis- II II covered after year3 of lu 141 Ui bYDr11 neat kidney and blad der speclallzt and Is curinglam worstfoimDr Ktlmers SwnmpRoot Is not yea ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble ttwlll ba found tesledinpractice among sIte heipt6u too poor t purchase relIef nd has proved so successful In hISbienwho have not alreadytrled It JTlay hays a ample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more a utSwampRoot and how to tyoubleVhenoffer In this paper and send your addleS tq Binghamton to regular fifty cent and nome or Bwimpit- odoIlar sizes are sold by all good druggists pop t make any mIstkebut remember t KllmersSwampRootY on every bottle I FATTENINGTHE HOGS Variety of Food More Econonilcal Than CQfno Although on most farms the hogs are pushed forward after the all Is nearly over says the pIaclica farmer they are not a1ways put up In a condition In which to facilitate the fat tenlng operation the tine way totise corn Is to finish off with 1t thereby hArdening the fat To really fatten a hog he should be led itt such a tnan ncr previous to being penned as to force growth First build up the frame for the reception of the meat that may belaiduponit and to doao feed such food as will not only forward growth but keep the ani mat in condition that will entail hUt lUe expense when the time ar rives for getting him lat And to dO this In the most economIcal manner pumpkins beets turnips carrots winter acjdaSlies and parsnips together with finely cut dover hay zny be fed with good results it will not do howevertofeed euch substances In a wasteful manner A caldron or steamer shOuld be toots and a warm feed should be given early In thlmorn lug the mass first thickenedwith one part bran and two parts ground oats At noon a feed composed solely of chopped roots raw but not too cold will be ufflclent At night they should receive a stop slightly warm composed or ground oats one part and corn with a little bran to some what thicken a10 Such food will not only kcepthe hogs hi good health but will be the cheapest diet at thlsreuothat cad be allowed a It will rapidly push them forwud whllJ the weather Is not severe The hogs wm becomevery lat and should not be fed corn In large quantities only for two weeks before being slaughtered I should apt be overokedthat the sweetest ruid teUdeteat ineaUs lways produced when the process of fatten lug Is done qlllcky and If this jo fo- lloivedbuLIIttI exercises need be at towed rtbe ga Ex rclse always hardens the muscles and the bog III no exception to the rule consequently the moreexer lse taken the tough er the meat While It may no itoubt b alvisable to permit of som 7 eirclse for the sake of keeplllg the animals In heath yet the hogs that quietly eat thelr food and take their rest will always fatten readily Nor should hogs be surfeited with 000 They borihl tie 80 led as To receive ttreguiar hours and In such quantity that they will eat It up clean OOt no more In Octo ber or November they can be better managed than tatter In the season ai the quarters can then be more eulty cleaned It does not pay to keep a hog during winter Itsh nld be slaughtered its aoofl as thew ather scold eOougb lortbe food Is partially wasted during the wfnter months Iq providing heaL THis fa avoided In the faU seasons and the hogs should be made fat now When the cold season sets In let them be quickly fin Ished on Corn and then slaughtered as aooua sSJIM A Thoughtful Man M M Auston of Winchester Ind knew what to do In the hour of need His wife hadeuchad unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and Mhtrgotrellefat ouce and was fi nally cured Only 25Cat Z Wayne Griffin Bo drug tore i- nOnoMhiutocsughCuro For oughs Colds and Croup SMALLEST WOMAN Site Is Miss FJorance M Tate of Granite City III Bloomington Ill Oct 26The worlds smallestwoman is Miss Flor ence M Tate or Granite City She Is but two feet In height and weighs but thlrtysla pounds Her age Is thlrtyfour and la fluent Inconver- aatlon She reads writes and attends to all her correspondence and enjoys writing to her friends and admirers and Is very proud of her diminutive size She firld It no bar to 5ocial events and she Isaways a welcome guest at the varlods social functions Ather home city Shela a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and also of theHpworth league She has an extremely Interesting personality is a charming cOnversationalist and Is talented In many ways being an adept at painting embroidery and all kinds of Intricate fancy work She Is especially fondof discussing ye- liglous and benevolent work Her father was a veteran of the civil warI She Is wen Informed on public events abd has a wideacqualntance OrIyaVoryFOwPublIhsodIt to publish more than a very few of I numerous letters recelyed In praise of bDiarrhoeremarkable cures They come from peoplein everywalkin life an4 roOm ulugHattsburg GII speaks for himself I would have been dead now hut forsthe use ofChamberlaiua Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Itcured- r of chronic dlarrhoea after seven saytooFor sale by aU druggists m The Safe side youdldntWell Id rather not be mUlled and b sorryl wasnt than to be mar JclcO MARRIES SONS WIDOW J M Saffel Frankfort Distiller Weds Mrs FuMe TaylOr Saffelln Cincin nati Frankfort Ky Oct 26J Xd Saflel aged sixty years a wealthy distiller martIedMr Patinte Taylor S OCJaged thirty widow ofhlae nJ the tate Phythlan SsfTd In CIncIa natl Mrs SalFel Is a daughter orE I Taylor Jr Senator from this db- trlct and for years Mayor of Frank fort lto a wealthy distiller Mrs Saffl was a lenlizig society woman ten yeats ago when she was married to young Sliffcl at thAt time connected with the postoffice under his father who was PostmAster They lived happily unlll four years agowhen young Saflels health fall eJ him lIe shot and killed himself SInce then her fathtrlnlaw has been rievoted to Mrs Saflel and the twa children and has cared for them hut It Will not suspected thst he loved her other thin In a fatherly way He reo cently purchased handsome reel lIence and had It fitted up Mr Sat fel has been a widower ten years CoSOXWOnXA Bean the uht Blpture or ctilQTbat Democratic Circular Probably every Denaocatic voter iu the State and many RepublIcans have received a circular letter dated october z6th and signed by S W Hager chairman of the Democratic State Campaign Committee for which we take the followltg extract My Dear Sir This Is S Demo cratlc State and ought to be governed by the Democratic party The his tory of the admlrrlstratlDd of the Republican patty In this State Is so fa- millar to an that It Is not necessary to review It In detail They took Charge of affairs wheri the tax rate was 42 cents oiithe 100 and increased It to 52H cents the hlghert tar rate In the history of the Stdte They doubled the State debt by borrowing 500000 When they turned the management back to the Democrats In 190 there was 364 000 In the Treasury with debt and oblegations against the State amount lug to about 2000000 The Democrats took hold of this lamentable condition affairs and In less than fouryears have placed the State In the best financial condi tion It ever enjoyed although we have rnn ona much less rate of taxa- tlon than that under the Republlcab administrationWith debt paid and with all claims and obllgatlons paid we will be able to shOw the sum of over one million dollars In the treasury on Junuary 11904 It Is trUe that the tax rate was 42M cents when the RepublIcans took charge hut It Is not true that they raised It to the highest rate In the history of the State but It Is true that the Democratic Senate and the Republican House levied a apeclaltax often cents for the special purpose of paying off the debt made by the Democrats before the Republicans got there and not one cent of It was at any time during Gov Bradleys term used to pay the running expenses of the State But the Democrats had n tax rate of 524 cents In J88S and every cent oflt was use to pay the running expenses of the State It Is absolutely false that the Re publicans doubled the State debt by borrowing 50000o Mr Goebel and the whole Legislature authorized Gay Bradley to borrow Sooooo and pay ofl this amount of the floatIng debtoHhe Slate and It dId not locease the debt of the State one ceflt When the transaction wao complete tile State bwedSooooo more of bonded debt and 5oo000 less floating cleM and the transaction was auUiorhed by the Democratic Senate Does It double a debt to borrow from one man and payoff a number of Emall debts Them the charge ogalnsttliel Republicans Is unqualifiedly false They claIm to have p ldtiO tho debt when In fact they created the debt they paid off after Mt Beckbam got there and then had to depend on the NKtional government to pay It off for they The statement that the Stllte was 2000000 In debt when they took control Is not true unlesS the school bonds are counted and they have not been paid oIl yet The above circular Is a distinct appeal to the Ignorant and wlll only have au effect on that classules5 It be bat It will have a disgusting ef feet on sqme and lose votes for their partyGllIsgow Republican A Porfeot Palnloss Pills the one that will censtnbcsstemj- sd the liver to action remove the ile clear the complexion cure healj che and leave a good taste In the mouth The fatuous little pills for doing such wsrlr and eIfec ally ate DeWlttlItltrJe EWriy RllierS b Moore of Lifayette I dpof1 All other pills I have used gripe and while DeWttt Little Early Risers art nimplyperfeet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A corn crop of 23o000ooo bush elsls onpof the digestible securities that point to continued good timet Dt1rs Early Risers iho famous little pius- TOCUREACOLDINONEDAY EIWi JOE LETiTBSISUECBSS i Has Nearly Wiped Out Wheat heal Debt of B OOOOOO 1 New York OThat IbjhL- eiter has almost completely wiped hut tjooob l btdn ss that CGI1apllflfhlto light through hliideMt of the re portthat he had been serIously crippled In the recent shimp Ill the stock tnrket Statistics show that one malt In So cob In the United States make a mU- 1I0ndollars in hIs lifetime yet Mr- tehher has made 300oooo since 18f7 and that at the rate of 5oo000 year Cotton wheat Oil milk corn stocks aU have yielded a golden hohrd to his touch His successes have been quietly achieved He had morepublicity than he desired as a tesnlt or his spectticnlar attempt to totner the wheat marked Anyhbw the monty was not for himrefhut for his creditors ttd so there was no use making a splurge about it- t was known that Mr tetter had- b nlJong on several lines of secur- itIa that have suffered greaUyln tbe- retent slump and from some unknown soUrcethe report gaIned currency that he had beensqueezed tdthe point of bankruptcy At his home No J5 East Thlrtythlrdatreet today Mr Leiter spoke freely ot his financial aflairs It is not true that bankruptcy proceedings of any kind are pending againatme saidMr telter There In6tise denying the hard fact that I have been hit in the atOtk market to the recent stump but I have had hsrder raps In my time and have managed to pull out without goIng to the wan Doubtless It will be news toagrest- wany to hearthat I am jutt about on wy financial feet agaIn after the drnb bing rgot Iq the wheStdeal In Chicago a few yearssgo 1 wbke lip one fine day to find that lowed something utdre than 3ooooooSlace that time I haveworkedwith theone purpose of p ylngever cent lowed and ani glad to say that I am just now dean lig tip the lag ends that disastrous wheat deal A few months more and lshaUbav a clain bm of financial health q O- JDoVou Wantto Yawn Peel cola shtvcrlngs aching In the bones lack ol energy headache and great depression These ympatoms hehighcondition It before the disease gets a hold through It will work a cure 10- In stage J A Hopkins Mate cheater KaLe writes I have used your great medicine Herblne 10flev betterlotache bUlotlsr1es and for a bloodpu tlfylngtonic there Is nothing as good 5ocatJ H Williams m Teachers Meeting Xo be held In Buford Magisterial District nt Crowe school house Friday November 13 J903- Ht1rohnent Welcome AddressNannle Mosey RecltatlonStella Tanner Have You found Your Calling Wade Sttattoll My Trouble In SchooL Paper Hdle P dt Wotd You aHow Beginners In Arithmetic nTeatbooJ whyCo KII a on- Recess ReeItitlonAIlle Pieldeu On r08tV Mornings ho do You tconrage theBareto tedBoyNora Clark Paper Own slectlonMayme ShOwn Give Your plan of onductlng a SciibolAlex Prtee Noon RechtatIbusMatt1e7Toal1 Do You Teach Promptness ly Ex athpleJohn HamiltonI 1I0wShould Geugrapzy be Taught A H Ellis Does Frays Afternoon change Your Routine bf WthkMra Cova Renry Recess RecitationMyrtle Mnrelaff- dWhatwasitMonday thatmade you so prompt Tuesd YW R carson How to Secure a S hoolNninile Mosley comA Mothore Who would keep their children In good health should watch for the first symptomllol worms atidremove them with Whites Crean Vcrmifuge It Is the childrens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up HJWilliamsI Cant Fool Em Shetoso you think that men are smarter than woman do you HeSoiue men but not al- lSbeWelt1 what men are sniart er IleOld batchelors to The Salvo That Heals wlthoutkavlng scar IsDeWlttsIThe nuzne Witch Hitzelill many salves but DeWttta Witch Hazel Salve Is the only With Hazel pureuniulultered you1tIsDeWittnthe worldfor cuts burns brntsesr letter or blind bltedlal itching and WayneGriffin I NEW BAYMUS KY Oct 20New BaymuatbeAthens of America is situated midway be tween Narrows Olaton and Sulphur Springs Bud If teatickya State Cap itallsto he moved It should by nU means be located here where the invigorating moral and IntellectuAl at mosphere might renovate the dull and wicked spirits of our legislators It would require a whole page of Tun RzuunucitN weekly to chronl- cle the important happeninga of this bailiwick but I will abbreviate No better evidence that New Bay inns cnoOl district Is first In the county can be mentioned thien that Prof James DuO who won the buggy In TuS REPUBLICANS popular voting contest for the most popular teacher In Ohio county last year Is teaching here this fall in the matter of tong life of Its citizens New Baymus Is I think again first It has four octogenarians and I dout knoo1V how many seventyge natlans Our old people are Messrs Thomas W Wedding Martin MUcheU and Mrs Sarah Bnrrett each eighty two and Mrs Julia p Kirby eighty live years old and each or these grand old people bids fair to see many more birthdays Mr Dudley Foreman has it red call with a well developed symmetrIcal cross In white on Its right shoulder The cross Is about the size of the usu ally seen on the tabernacles or altars of catholic churches I have read no account of such a phenomenon appearing elsewhere In the animal kingdom That Nw Baymusians are first In war first In peace and first In unusual moving note this Last week John W Hurt Ojcar Midkiff and George Burt moved Each movCd Into a lio se just vacated hy one of the other two and of course each moved out of a bouse Into which one of the other two immediately moved and each J moved Into his own propertyIMr tsrnno Frey is building a large cellar for storage ofthe fruit of his vIneyard Mr Frey grew up among the vineyards along the banks of theI River Rhineln NortheuiSwilzerland and nnderstands the cultivation of the uclous grape He has two fine vine yards now muturing from which he made this season ten casks of the purple fluid that maketh the heart glad Our people marry young as well ns live to be old Last week flrue- Riggs and Mattie Blacklock were united In the holy bonds of indissolu- bin union Mr Riggs Is sixteen and Miss Blackock Is fourteen yearso1d Mr James King anxious to add toI the quaint and curious experiences or New Baymuslans went down to Owenaboro ashort time ago and got Himself held up and robbed Klpg Is a good fellow but none or us ever expected him to be mistaken for a mill lonaire by a stranger but It Is always the unexpected that happens King had only twenty five cents but he handed It over gracefully and had the satisfaction three days later of seelnr the purveyor of his small cash sentenced to three yeArs In the penitentiary Now r1r Editor If this letter doesnt awaken your correspondents to the Importance of risIng up and making their communities famoue I Shall try again Robb d The Grav byJohn10ws1 was luau awful conciitlon My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain ontlnu ally In back and eidc no appltlte growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric flitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided Imptovement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know robbed the grave of another victim No one should fn to try them Only Scents guaranteed at Z Wayne Grit fin Bro drug store in Corn stalks from whichtbc blades hrvebeen eaten make excelieqt ma terlnl in the lanes arid roads leading to the barn They prevent tile acu intiatiou of mud and will be tram pled fine during the Interby stock when they then may be hauled to the barnyard SnduSed n4 absorbent ma terla Ho Loarnod a Groat Truth Itls said of JohQ Wesley that he Whydoover nd over again John Wesley because once telling Is not enough It III for this same reason that you are told again and agnin that hambell31l1s Cough Remedy cures coM and Jrlp that It counteracts any teiidetcyof these diseases to re suIt In pnrlJmonlit and that It Is pleassotand skfe to tRice For sale hyj II Wlliiams in CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars theoSfgnatureo has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpasS IL Dr5 Kings New Discovery For Cot Hl1HITION u 45krilSUO A ledect Fr An ThrOat Cure Lung Troubles andI MonSybacklfftfaIJa- t Trial B I d The Klnc1 YoU llnvo Always Doug ttmul whle1 Juts hcc In uso for over PO years has borne tizo signature of has bccm1l1ntl under Ills FOI 6Mrand SUICiVIsiOfl slnco Us hHnncy no ono todecolvo you Inthltf An Oountcrfelts Imitations attn Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with anti endanger the health or- Inftits mitl CWldrcnExtlerlcn gaIns Experiment What is CASTORIA Onatoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops nod Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contnlns neither Opium Morphino nor other arcoUa- snbstntico Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Woruis flit nUns Feverishness It cures Dlnnhoo stud Wliii- CtiIk it relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nLt Piatuleilcy It nsslml1ntclf tito Food rcgitlats tim StotnncluIu1Dowols giving heAlthy nm1 natural sleep Thu CiaUdrcus ranaceamo lLIOtlIors Priem1IENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSct hO Slgnturo of 4 The ICiud You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TI c CtNAUU COIDNV n NuMv TtU NOW TOPIt C- fr prpppppippppppprt = Lees Machine Works IOWENSBORO KYI I Wo aro agents for the qHANDLERrrAYLOR tttf COS soifcontaitied and Automatic Engites and jt Boilers Also tho Brown Fourvnlvo Engines Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies Wu 4- makd a spccialty of 1IAMI9RING SMYS We- tarry llin stock Belting HosoPacking of all kinds CShafting Hangers and ull s Pipes and Fittings 3of nil killds Valves of allldndg- We I can supply your wanth on short poticoI Wiito us for prides or inquire from Mattingly IiTwc dell at Hartford Rcsp- yi Lees Machum Works 1 3OWENSBORO KY acaaccccc acilliliC- aRHEUMATISM and other flis produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is tlio rom dy its effect isImarvelouS relieving almost instantly Try it it you am not satisfied your money will le cheer I fully refunded I ASk you Qruggiste 25c 50b I ARGON OIL COP 130 Wt Main St Louisville Ky I I 414b44444444RASONS t I I WQY You hould take a- Coure at the tIP I Massey Business College 1 OUISVJLLE KY iltistbcle5dingCommerciai School In Kentucky 2 Its courses of itud are thorough and systematic 3 glTeDJOmonth Immediately upon gTIduatlon 4 We paiud ntar ilradfare toLouliville 5 VIe refund upon graduation every cent of tuitIon paid to us if the pupil Is nplthoroughly WrUe for Elegant Catliojfue and Sp8clal Dkcounta ++ w J +I iIfo + I +i== i == WORMS I TMj E f UOlllo QuJIIUIy nOli hi QalllT Fir 20 Years HnLcd aU WRisit1WOoD 13 Z AXoo DR1JQoGX Tml- ftpafod b7 JAMEaF ALLAIW It LouIs For Sale byJ HWHlllarnsHartfordKy mr ggaDn J St IInhTT 0 l SMTS BARNETT SMITH IJI1TORNEYS ATLArnARItuttIJ KY Will prctIcthIrprofIon In alt thenurt or ArpenlIlIIelrcar VoItcetIoan1 thi IroctleoofCrlm OmcelntIJOICN JNO B WILSON ATTORNE AT LAW- HARTFORD KY Special atteUon iTn to eo t tJoolIIakI Ibtrteteabo tiotllt7 rabuc for Obtoeoun- y OSleaorthsldpubllcquar rJ R WEDDING Attorney at LawH- JnTFOJtDKY 1 lorObloCouni M LJrEAVIUN EmutHT WOODWAnI HEAVRIN 8WOODWARD QU Q Q KyUIi1praetke In ilfl the Court 0IOblo oulltaIl4CoaorArnea1t pi oUOOlW H BARNES t LaWsANtlItIIFOu Ky ottOhioAppeal tftrIet attintion wUI be riven to IIb- uMo entrumtg4 to hi cci CuIIetlona A 11 It OI5c tocoorthooe illinois Central Ra1lroaSTin Table flw ttm card taltna rct5uodaj Dee i- UOIIIIOGII ftIiHostisd oUthltoflnd No III Noitl d1IITIia-ro iIdot4Tp m Ito 101 daIUJaNolndaertUp 10 UlaeJAp1IIl- Atft FteIatia- NolNduIilsm pmBUVASMITIR BO YEAR EXPEKIEN- CED4 TaAaa MRuDcai4NC- OPTR4GHT aCo- Clftl 111d10 a eteteh end dertpUi mJ1Wfl ior OpthoU wbth Innl rroloabl p4tflt5JmuflICI-to OUIctlJ onfl45U1J bent ft uIdt fecoanDlrJIIIhGIlo- nUO Mefl thruigh Mana A eo Jccly- ppe11 ctwltbOll Ubotn IS L- bISIeKflllC J1werkaw- A I1l1Ideomel fllulrl4 r reet eul1lct Jerm a- WI narlDonUotUJrI7aI newdsIie COl New Yit IlL Wubllc c Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY is Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast DOUBLE bAILYSERVIC CrtELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE VIa MEMPHISdlrcct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Poitz In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS MeiaisCpi5 ELECTRIC LIGTED TRAINS rr flll wvti UttIIIIOC iu III awu- H T G UATIH tWSJrll Pin Let lass Nt leeHMIe tl4e tOutTILLE U H C TOWNSEND 0 PT Aor ST LOUIS KOtIJDyI OUr mgst what yu sat The Sunny South J FREE Howte get It I A POSTAL CARD Sent trxAyCN1l ote talC- Vl bring to you and yocn szi- iefgFLors vFose names arni addresses lOa und a- shc Sunny Southfor the current issue Send oniy Ucedsof Pamifie nit I ths Souths OtM LMwy w publlabe4 at Atlanta OL oeJF earOmllalIOli nor OT 1o t The apI y I4fYWPMS O a jsgijisr SenoiScv R i pli lICIt dvtj hnL btIiwsro- Anc fact an4 SCtIOII an4 gttse lie eto- llli withIn this wIJ flelJ TIM moet o5u- outharm WTirI are among ha comlflbalees Two goeS uIe3 ira aiway In poe- astrosdIfm m4annraoesthe nl lit the great south a11 mliiea5 Chil warn 5i7miog IlfoaetJvftye3 I vth SUIOllIJ nyfrcoU outb otMCk e iia4 of I4u1 n ao 4 wtthtIi SISAth of tb4 Ino1I J14I4iris out the nly air fIIetlraftre p tan4tber The wety M54thosro- mhrc aPf ihytvy or the tanS whirn ma CaiatUI ul uJq nias41 the cocn liten III the IDOOCInkl wtII b- eafvtIe thrfniJmaWWieIJ i5o weekly Sand onktl ttCivdD- w an1 4aelftu oftie ot lrourWe- bbottho wbIIU ertneiiae istfsi4s- icnheE Tbt1S SooI4ea- mpla will bt ftd to lJ ie cf1n 4J fio3 ISurm75cuthA1t I hT na i r To Cure a Cold OnDu4 1rrl I I tz l- T I I J Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 S CAPTAIN fflEI Will Take the Platform and Deliver 150 Lectures in Northwest Has Many Calls to Lecture on Breathitt Feuds Captain C J Ewen has decided to take the lecture platform He will start out this week on a tour that will require 150 lectures and will embrace almost as ninny towns Most of the latter will be In the North and Northwest Captain Ewen will tell about the origin and results of feuds In Breathitt county This sulject has been pick ed out for him and he has been asked to throw some luither tight on the terrible conditions of that lawless mountain county Captain Ewens decision to take the lecture platform was arrived at only after he had been almost avalanched with letters from over the country suggesting It Many of these letters proposed to pay his expenses if he wsuld matte the trip to different points and give the people desired talksMessrs W C G Hobbs Oscar B Ambros ond E B Wrenn will back Captain Ewen in his venture and help him manage his tour Mr Wrenn will act for a time In the capacity of advance agent and will attend to the bookings The first lecture is to be given in a certain Ohio town next Wednesday night The tour from there will be toward the Northwest Beautiful Complexions Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear complexion free swallowness pimples blotches etc Is to keep the live in good order An occasional does oi Herbine will cleanse the bowls regulates the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion SOl at J II Williams my Resolutions Of Respect Adopted by Ky Tribe 54 I 0 R M of McIIenry Ky Whereas It has pleased the Great Spirit of the Universe to call from earthly labors to the happy wigwam above Laura Barnes Blankenshlp wife of our beloved brother Claude Blankenshlp Therefore be it Resolved That we extend to our beloved brother our heartfelt sympa thy and be it Resolved That we as dear broth ers urge him to bear his loss with the fortitude and resignation becom- Ing one of our members Be it further Resblved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our lodge and a copy be sent to the bereaved husband of the deceased HERBERT S SANDERS ANDREW THORP Corn L E HBARLD J A Great Sensation There was a big sensatlonin Lees vllle Ind when W H Brown of dlelbadNew Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Dis covery gave me immediate relief arid soon therealter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy fpr alj throat and lung troubles Price soc and 1 oo Guaranteed by Z Wayne griffin Bro m C STODBean theTh9 KM You Haw Alwys Boil BJpaturo 11 +d j DcWItVs ffi V Salve For Plies Burns Sores Laboring men who have been hav- Ing steady nnd profitable employment under the Dlngley law do not take kindly to Jerry Sullivans FreeTrade doctrine They have not forgotten the soup house of Democratic times Creston town Advertiser DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to of the wonderful n 11 1 cures made Dr Ki1mer3SwampRootJ Lj L and bladder remedy H Is the great medi 41caltriumph of the nine lit century dls II I 1 covered after years of 41 0 scientific research by lJ1 Dr KHmer the em lib nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglunebles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a stfeclal arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find oulll you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and ft7Lsend your address to Dr Kilmer k CoBlng ham n N Y The 1 regular fifty cent and nomtof Bwunpnaot druggistsDont10the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Binghamtonfl FATTENING THE HOGS i Variety of Food More Economical Than Corn Although on most farms the hogs are pushed forward after the fall is nearly over says the practical farmer they are not always put up in a con dition in which to facilitate the fat tening operation the hue way to use corn is to finish off with It thereby hardening the fat To really fatten a hog he should be fed in such a manner previous to being penned as to force growth First build up the frame for the reception of the meat that may be laid upon it and to do so feed such food as will not only forward growth but keep the ani mat in a condition that will entail but Htle expense when the time ar rives for getting him fat And to do this in the most economical manner pumpkins beets turnips carrots winter sqtiashes and parsnips togeth er with finely cut clover hay rmy be fed with good results It will not do however to feed such substances in a wasteful manner A caldron or steamer should be roots and a warm feed should be given early in the morn ing the mass first thickened with one part bran and two parts ground oats At noon a feed composed solely of chopped roots raw but not too cold will be sufficient At night they should receive a slop slightly warm composed of ground oats one part and corn with a little bran to some what thicken slop Such food will not only keep the hogs in good health but will be the cheapest diet at this reason that cad be allowed as It will rapidly push them forward while the weather is not severe The hogs will becomevery fat and should not be fed corn in large quantities only for two weeks before being slaughtered It should not be overlooked that the SWeftest and tendereat meat is always produced when the process of fatten- Ing is done quickly and if this is fol lowed but little exercises need be al lowed the hogs Exercise always hardens the muscles and the Bog is no exception to the rule consequently the more exercise taken the tough er the meat While it may no doubt be advisable to permit of some exercise for the sake of keeping the animals in health yet the hogs that quietly eat their food and take their rest will always fatten readily Nor should hogs be surfeited with food They should be so fed as ro receive it at regular hours and in such quantity that they will eat it up clean but no more In October or November they can be better managed than latter in the season as the quarters can then be more easily cleaned It does not pay to keep a hog during winter It should be slaughtered as soon as the weather is cold enough for the food is partially wasted during the winter months iq providing heat This is avoided In the fall seasons and the hogs should be made fat now When the cold season sets in let them be quickly fin ished on corn and then slaughtered as soon as possible 6 Thoughtful Man M M Auston of Winchester Iud knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought ol and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and uhegot relief at once and was fi nally cured Only 25cat Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store m OneMinute Ceugh Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup SMALLEST WOMAN She Is Miss Florance 11 Tate of Granite City III Bloomington Ill Oct 26The worlds smallest woman is Miss Florence M Tate of Granite City She Is but two feet in height and weighs but thirtysix pounds Her age is thirtyfour and is fluent In conver sation She reads writes and attends to all her correspondence and enjoys writing to her friends and admirers and is very proud of her diminutive size She finds it no bar to social events and she is always a welcome guest at the various social functions at her home city She hia member of the Methodist Episcopal church and also of the Epworth league She has an extremely Interesting personality is a charming conversationalist and Is talented in many ways being an adept at painting embroidery and all kinds of intricate fancy work She is especially fond of discussing religious and benevolent work Her father was a veteran of the civil warI She Is well informed on public eventsI and has a wide acquaintance I OniyaVoryFowPubllhaodIt to publish more than a very few of j numerous letters received In praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 1 Dlarrhoe Remedy and telling ot Itss remarkable cures They come from t people in everywalk in life anti room c every state In the Union The followting from Mr T W of I Hattsburg Ga upeaks for himself I would have been dead now but for 5 the use Chamberlains Colic Cholera j and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured j me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years of suffering I can never say remedyFor c The Safe side youdldntWell Id rather not be mtnled and be sorry I wasnt than to be mar lclw MARRIES SONS WIDOW J M Saffel Frankfort Distiller Weds Mrs Fannie Taylor Saffel In Cincin nati Frankfort Ky Oct 26J MI Saflel aged sixty yearsa wealthy distiller martied Mrs Fannie Taylor Saflel aged thirty widow of his son the late Phythlan Saffcl In Clndli natl Mrs Safiel Is a daughter of E II Taylo Jr Senator from this diE trlct and for years Mayor of Frankfort also a wealthy distiller Mrs Saffsl was a lea ling society woman ten years ago when she wasI married to young SurTel at that time connected with the postoffice under his father who was Postmaster They lived happily unlll four years ago when young Saflels health fanI eJ him He shot and killed himself Since then her fatherinlaw has been levoted to Mrs Saflel and the two children and has cared for them butI It was not suspected that he loved her other than in a fatherly way He re cently purchased a handsome resl hence and had it fitted up Mr Sat fel has been a widower ten years O JOL J3 TOXt I A BUM tie Haw Hwrs tori 1 SIgnature of aeoa r That Democratic Circular Probably every Democratic voter in the State and many Republicans have received a circular letter datedI October 16th and signed by S Hager chairman of the Democratic State Campaign Committee for which we take the following extract My Dear Sir This Is a Democratic State and ought to be governed by the Democratic party The his tory of the administration the Re publican party in this State Is so fa millar to all that it is not necessary to review It in detail They took charge of affairs when the tax rate was 424 cents on the 100 and increased it to 523 cents the hlghert tax rate in the history of the State They doubled the State debt by borrowing 500000 When they turned the management back to the Democrats in 1900 there was 364 000 in the Treasury with debt and Delegations against the State amount ing to about 2000000 The Democrats took hold of this lamentable condition aflairs and in less than four years have placed the State in the best financial condi tion it ever enjoyed although we have run on a much less rate of taxa tion than that under the Republican administrationWith debt paid and with all claims and obligations paid we will be able to show the sum of over one million dollars in the treasury on Junnary i 1904 It is true that the tax rate was 42M cents when the Republicans took charge but It is not true that they raised it to the highest rate In the history of the State but it is true that the Democratic Senate and the Republican House levied a special tax often cents for the special purpose oi paying off the debt made by the Dem ocrats before the Republicans got there and not one cent of it was at any time during Gov Bradleys term used to pay the running expenses of the State But the Democrats had a tax rate of 52M cents in 1885 and every cent of it was use to pay the running expenses ol the State It is absolutely false that the Re publicans doubled the State debt by borrowing 500000 Mr Goebel and the whole Legislature authorized Gov Bradley to borrow 500000 and pay ofi this amount of the floating debtofthe Slate and it did not increase the debt of the State one cent When the transaction wao complete the State owed 500000 more of bonded debt and 500000 less floating debt and the transaction was authorized by the Democratic Senate Does it double a debt to borrow from one man and payoff a number of email debts Them the charge against the Republicans is unqualifiedly false They claim to have paid off the debt when in fact they created the debt they paid off after Mr Beckham got there and then had to depend on the National government to pay it off lor they The statement that the State was 2000000 In debt when they took control Is not true unless the school bonds are counted and they have not been paid oIl yetgThe above circular Is a distinct ap peal to the ignorant and will onlyI lave an effect on that class e that It will have a disgusting elect on sqme and lose votes for their party Glasgow Republican A Perfect Painless Pill s the one that will dense the system et the liver to action remove thetdie clear the complexion cure che and leave a good taste in the iimth The famous little pills for olng such wiirlc pleasantly and elfectel tally are DeWitts Little Early Rtoert lob Moore of I fayetto Ind say All other pills I have used gripe and Icken while DuWlttn Little Early Users are simply perfect Sold byIJ WayneGriffinBro m A corn crop of 23 o ooo ooo bush 1s Is one of the digestible securitiesr hat point to continued good r a ots Early Risers Tho famous little pills TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY It- nke Ijuntlv llromo Quinine Tablet AllprUIiIiIt refund the nioney It It InU to cure JroruUBlguuturoln cmeacliUox 26c 1 JOE LETTERSSUCCESS Has Nearly Wiped Out Wheat Deal Debt of 3000000 New York Oct 26That Joseph Lelter has almost completely wiped out the 3060006 Indebtedness that rested upon hltri alter the collapse of hid sensational wheat deal has come to light through his denial of the re port that he had been seriously crippled in the recent slnmp in the stock mdrket Statistics show that one man in 50 000 in the United States make a trill liondollars in his lifetime yet Mr Lelther has made 3000000 since 1897 and that at the rate of 500000 1 year Cotton wheat oil milk corn stocks all have yielded a golden hoard to his touch His successes have been quietly achieved He had more publicity than he desired as a result ol his spectiicular attempt to corner the wheat marked Anyhow the money was not for hlmefbnt for his creditors and so there was no use making a splurge about it It was known that Mr Lelter had be n long on several lines of securi ties that have suffered greatly in the recent slump and from some unknown source the report gained currency that he had been squeezed to the point of bankruptcy At his home No 15 last Thirtythird street today Mr Lelter spoke freely ol his financial aflairs It Is not true that bankruptcy proceedings of any kind are pending against me said Mr Leiter There is nO use denying the hard fact that I have been hit in the stock market In the recent slump but I have had harder raps in my time and have managed to pull out without going to the wall Doubtless it will be news to agreat many to hear that I am just about on my financial feet again after the drubbing I got in the wheat deal in Chicago a few years ago I woke up one fine day to find that I owed something mOre than 3ooooooSince that time I have worked with theone purpose of payingevery cent I owed and am glad to say that I am just now clean Ing up the lag ends of that disastrous wheat deal A few months more and I shall have a clean bill of financial health Do You Want to Yawn Feel cold shlverings aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These sympatoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition It before the disease gets a hold through it will work a cure in In any stage JoA Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Herbine for sev eral years There is nothing belter fot malaria chllds and fever head ache biliousness and for a bloodpu rifying tonic there is nothing as good socatj H Williams m Teachers Meeting- To be held In Buford Magisterial District at Crowe school house Friday November 13 1903 Enrollment Welcome Address Nannie Mosley Recitation Stella Tanner Have You found Your Calling Wade Stratton My Trouble In School Paper Madie Park Would You allow Beginners in Arithmetic a Textbook whyC K Carson ieceasRecitatlonAllie Fieldcn On 1iosty Mornings how do You Encourage the Barefooted Boy Nora ClarkPaper Own Selection Mayme Shown Give Your plan of Conducting a School Alex Porter NoonRecitationMattie Mbaley Do You Teach Promptness by Ex ample John Hamilton How Should Geography be Taught A E Ellis Does Fridays Afternoon change Your Routine of Work Mrs Cova HenryRecess Recitation Myrtle Moreland What was it Monday that made you ao prompt TuesdayWbR Carson How to Secure a School Nannie Mosley ALLrgPzarnuriCm S Mothers Who would keep their children in- oodhealth should watch for the first symptoms ol worms and remove with Whites Cteara Vermifuge t Is the chlldrens beat tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up HJWilliamsflip Cant Fool Em- SheSo you think that men are itnarter than woman do on- 1HeSome men but not al- lSbeWell what men are smart r1HeHOld batchelors Tho Salvo That Heals Ithont leaving a scar is DeWitts he uu me Witch Hazel is applied tfi any salve but DeWitts Witch lazel Salve IA the only Witch Hazel ialve made tint contains the pure nftdultcred witch hnzel If any oth r Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it a counterfeit E C DeWitts in ented Witch Hazel Salve and De Vltts Hrztl Salve Is the best salve lithe world for cuts burns bruises etter or blind bleeding itching and Wayne3rlffinr r NEW BAYMUS KY Oct 20New Bay mus the Athens of America is situated midway be tween Narrows Olaton and Sulphur Springs and if Kentuckys State Cap Hal is to be moved it should by nil means be located here where the in vigorating moral and Intellectual at mosphere might renovate the dull and wicked spirits of our legislators- It would require a whole page of TUB RuruBWCAN weekly to chroni cle the Important happening of this bailiwick but I will abbreviate No better evidence that New Bay mum school district is first In the county can be mentioned than that Prof James Duff who won the buggy lu TUB REPUBLICANS popular voting contest for the most popular teacher in Ohio county last year is teaching here this fall In the matter of long life of its cit izens New Baymus is I think again first It has four octogenarians and I dont know how many seveatyge narians Our old people are Messrs Thomas W Wedding Martin Mitchell and Mrs Sarah Barrett each eighty two and Mis Julia P Kirby eighty five years old and each of these grand old people bids fair to see many more birthdays Mr Dudley Foreman has a red calf with a well developed symmetrical cross in white on its right shoulder The cross is about the size of the rim ally seen on the tabernacles or altars of Catholic churches I have read no account of such a phenomenon appearing elsewhere In the animal king domThat NO Bayrauslans are first In war first in peace and first in unusual moving note this Last week John W Hurt Oscar Midkifl and George Hurt moved Each moved Into a house just vacated by one ol the other two and of course each moved out of a house into which one of the other two Immediately moved and each moved into his own property Mr ttrnno Frey is building a large cellar for storage of the fruit of his 4 vineyard Mr Frey grew up among the vineyards along the banks of the River Rhineln Northern Swllztrland l and understands the cultivation of the I luclous grape He has two fine vine yards now muturlng from which he 4 made this season ten casks of the pur I pIe fluid that maketh the heart gladOur people marry young as well as live to be old Last week Brute RIggs and Mattie Blacklock were united in the holy bonds of indissolu ble union Mr RIggs is sixteen and I Miss Blacklock Is fourteen years old Mr James King anxious to add to the quaint and curious experiences of New Baymuslans went down to Owensboro a short time ago and got himself held upand robbed King is a good fellow but none ot us ever ex pected him to be mistaken for a mill ionaire by a stranger but It is always the unexpected that happens King had only twenty five cents but he handed it over gracefully and had the satisfaction three days later of seeing the purveyor of his small cash sen tenced to three years in the peniten tiaryNow Mr Editor if this letter doesnt awaken your correspondents to the importance ot rising up and making their communities famous I shall try again Robbed The Grave byTohnlows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain Continually in back and sides no nppltlte growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued 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