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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 k Itzrtf rb flqiublkamh Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year rOLe XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1904 No 10 4 t- a r 4 4VI j 1- i r I IIi Ji- r fA II UNCONSTITUTIONAL Isso Much of Registration Law as Requires Certificates Cannot Compel Voters to Them to be Entitled to Vote In an opinion banded down by special Jndge W H Mackoy at Cov ington moat Friday it is held that so much of the new registration lap a requires certificates to be issued by the officers holding the registration to each one who registers and the presentation of them by the voters to time election officers before such voters are entitled to cast their ballots was declared in conflict with the constitu tion and therefore nul and void The court does not hold that vot ers oi all towns cannot be required to register but they are not compiled to procure a certificate of registration and prenent it to the election officers The case however will be appealed to the Court of Appeals and the whole matter may be reversed The Courts opinion in part U as follow With reference to the act under con deration I am of the opinion that the provision with reference to the is suing of it certificate to the voter which he Is required to present when he oflers to vote without the presen tatlon of which to the cfficetsof elect Ion he cannot vote does not conic within the meaning of the word registration as that word or term is used in laws relating to elections nor generally would the issuing of a certificate be ft part of that which If required to be done by registration The issuing of a certificate to the person who registers in no way serves the purpose intended to be accom pllshed by the registration of voters The certificate remains In the posses Ion of the registrated voter unless he looses It and cannot offer any aid either to the officers of the election nor to the public nor Interested per sons In determining in advance of the election who Is entitled to vote The requirement that the vcter shall present a certificate of the fact that he is registered is the imposing ol an other qualification upon the voter not prescribed bv the Constitution and fc a limitation upon his right to vote It is In no sense a reasonable regulation of the right uf suffrage and if the voter should happen to loose his cer ideate the burden is imposed upon him of obtaining a duplicate thereof V and of paying therefor the sum pro vided in the act before he can exer cise the privilege of voting The Constitution itself in Section 145 fixes the qualifications for a voter and provides who shall vote The act under consideration disqualifies a person from voting who loses a certificate and if he would exercise the privilege of voting he must then pay a strlpulated sum in order that he may vote- I am clearly of the opinion that the act under consideration is unconsti tutional T ere are other reasons which might be given but It would make this opinion of undue length and as this case Is to be determined by the Court of Appeals it is not neces sary that I should consider the ques tion further I have merely stated briefly the reasons which constrain me in holding that the act is unconstitu tional MaddoxRoe- At 730 oclock p ru Wednesday September 21 in the Baptist church of Springfield Tenn Rev Otis P MaddJx was united in marriage to Miss Effie Mae Roe of that city The ceremony was performed by Rev R R Acree of Clatksvllle Tenn After the nuptial rites they were accom panied by Miss Ida Roe a sister of the bride to the grooms former home near Rockport this county where they will visit for a few days They will also visit the Worlds Fair during their honeymoon At the opening ot the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville both will enter that Institution from which Rev Maddox will graduate at the close of the session He has had very successful pastorates in Tennessee for a number of years since graduat ing horn Bethel College at Russell ville Ky At II oclock am next SundayI old home church tdeuce near Rockport this county Rev Muddox will preach from the text Philippine III 2021 For out ronl1whencethe Lord Jesus Christ who shall change our vile body that it may be fashioned like unto his glorious body according to the working whereby he is able even to subdue all things unto himself Tint REiumiCAN joins their many friends In wishing them much happl ness in life DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Organized at Owensboro to Develop the Mineral Re sources of the State Articles of incorporation for the Kentucky Development company have been filed in the office of the Secre tary of State The business of the corporation Is stated to be to encour age individual and corporate enter prises and to acquire or to own stock or interest in same or to sell orotber wise disposed of same to do a general promoting business to obtain loca tions for factories and industrial con cerns and to secure locate and pro mote industries for cities towns or communities offering special advan tage or inducements to acquire pur chase or lease coal gas oil or other mineral lands of any kind and while the owner or lessen of such land to cultivate or rent or sublet for cultiva Lion such portions therefor and to otherwise handle control or dispose of said land as other owners or lessees may do and to develop andoperate mines or sell lease sublet or other wise dispose of mineral rights or minesThe principal place of business is to he in Owensboro and the capital stock is 50000 divided into five thousand shares of the par value ol to each OHIO COUNTY MAN Drives off a Team of Horses And Does Not Return Sedalla Mo Sept 20A man representing himself to be J A Wil Hams of Ohio county hired a team of horses and a buggy from a livery stable here last week and drove away and has not been seen nor heard of since He claimed that he was look ing for a location He was nicely dressed and seemed to have plenty of money A reward ot 50 has been offered for his arrest e7ASerTORtdAlways Botht Bc7Jrm t CERALVO Sept 2oMiss Euva Kimmel who has been very sick is Improving Miss Gracie Richardson of Rich ardsvlllespent last week here Mrs Emma Fulkerson is in Louis ville this week Miss Charllna Rowe is on the sick listMr Bunton Klmbley is very sick at this writing Mr Merlwether Richardson Rich ardsvllle was here last week Messrs Charlie Everly and Bob Eudlay returned from Loulsvlle SundayMr Williams has sold his farm and moved to Rockport Miss Maude Bnrnard returned Tues day after a weeks visit near Beaver Dam Miss Sallie Stephens Beaver Dam Is visiting here 7ASTORIABn the The Kind You Have Always BouglA 81r5cJ on n OOIES- First HEW TITLE Apostle of the Christian Catholic Church Wearing a Rich Robe and Miter He Proclaims His Apostleship Chicago Sept 20 Wearing a rich rube and miter modeled alter thoe of an ancient Jewish high priest John Alexander Dowie has proclaimed him self John Alexander First Apostle of the Christian Catholic Church The arnouncement was made in the tabernacle at Zion City where 7 000 people had assembled- Dr Dowie referred to the robes in assuming the office After quoting scripture in support of the claim he had made to the title of first apostle be said I did not create the office It was created by the Lord I didnt create it any more than I designated these robes If you are in doubt as to my authority to wrar them you will find it in the twentieth chapter of Exodus the pattern given by God to Moses when the high priesthood was established Dr Dowie wore a long garment of heavywhite satin lined with white silk Over this was a purple satin robe fringed with gilt of knee length The broidered coat the richest fea ture of the costume was of white sat in embroidered with geometrical pat terns in purple and geld the colors of the church The girdle was there with histori cal accuracy but on the breastplate instead of the twelve jewels prescnb ed by the Jewish ritual was embroid ered a scarlet cross edged with gold Dowies head dress consisted of a white silk miter or turban orna mented with two purple bands White silk hose and white canvas shoes completed the costume The office of First apostile is per petual said Dowie after he had rend several long passages from scripture It should have been continued Successor to the original twelve were chosen to the number of nine to fill vacancies caused by martyrdom or death My assumption of the first apostleship is the final step in the organization of she church as planned by Jesus Christ SUICIDE OF CHILDREN German Scientist Making Study of a Complex Question Berlin Sept 19Professor Eulen berg a distinguished medical author ity has been engaged in studying the question of suicide among school children of both sexes No fewer than 950 cases of suicide of this kind have occurred in Germany during the period from 1883 to 1900 Professor Eulenburg who does not appear to have formed a definite conclusion for himself has opened up the field for an Interesting discussion as to wheatber the greater share of the responsibility for these premature deaths is to be accribed to the home with its Incalculable Influence and with the unknown quantity of hereditary tendencies or the school with the native conservatism which still characterizes many eduactional meth ods In Germany Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky IrovlilliiK for till Role ot n trnndilxe to Install nnil Operate nu IMoctrK light 1lnnt ifathe City of UnrtforJ r The city council of the city of Hart ford do ordain as follows Sec i That there be granted a franchise right and privilege to use the streets and alleys of said city for the purpose of operating an electric light plant In on and over same and to erect necessary poles to support the necessary wires needed to connect said llgbtplantwithanyorall resident and business houses In said city and use of such said streets and alleys shall Interfere with the public use of said streets and alleys as little as possible and shall be subordinate to same Sec 2 Said franchise shall be let to the highest bidder at public outcry after having been duly advertised by notices published in at least two if sues of a newspaper having a general clrcuaUonln the county for at least ten days before the day of s le but said franchise shall cease terminate and be null and void unless the pur chaser shall in good faith have beguti the construction of said electric light plant within ninety days from the date of sale and purchase of same Said tale shall be made by the mar sbal of said city Sec 3 The city council reserve the right to reject any and all bids for said franchise Sec 4 All ordinances and parts ot ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved Sept 14 194 ROWAN IIoLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk INTENDED ROBBERY Hartford Visited by a Band of Marauders cited by Three Young Ladies Last Saturday night at about eleven oclock the citizens oi Hartfordwere summoned to the residence ofMraMary Collins by the cries of help murder robbery etc When the ladies had sufficiently recovered from their fright they told of how some one hadat tememptcd to gain entrance to the house by forcing the diningroom door and later five marauders were seen in the yard watching every movement of the young ladies Misses Annie and Kittle Collins and Golda Mosley who were pacclng their trunks and grips preparatory for their departure the next day Miss f Annie and Miss Golda going to Louisville and Miss Kittle to Indian apolisIt supposed that these maranders intended robery as there was consid erable money in the house at the time They were frightened away by the cries of the ladies before anyone else reached the house and have not been seen nor heard of since It is however rumored that a gang of about the same uumber of men were seen on the street acting rather suspiciously a short while before they were detected at Mrs Collins resl dence and the rumor seems very plaus able and it may be true that they or some of them had been in Hartford during the afternoon of Saturday for it was then that most of the money was drawn from the bank by someone of the young ladies NOT GUILTY IS VERDICT In Case of Callahan and French Charged With Subornation of Perjury Mt Sterling Ky Sept 19After being out for seven hours the jury in the case of Ed Callabah and B F French charged with subornation of perjury in connection with the trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White for the murder of James B Marcum returned a verdict of not guilty and the defendants were dismissed When the jury first retired to the jury room the members were divided on the merits of the case eight stand ing fqr acquittal and four for convlc tion I It is not known how the ver dict of acquittal was finally reached and none of the jurors will talk These parties were charged with having by means of threats and bribes procured a man by the name of Adams to swear in the JettWhite trial last summer that Jett was on the streets of Jackson when J B Mar cum was killed It afterwards devel oped that Adams was not in Jackson at the time but was at his home six or seven miles away oB- wntlw wr ODJAThe Kind You Haw Always Bought 8n l ta a WAS PATHETIC SCENE When Armer Was Brought in Court at Calhoun Held For The First Time His Young QabyLarge Crowd Was Affected No more touching scene has pre haps ever occurred In Kentucky than that which took place in the Circuit ourt room at Calhoun Tuesday after noon when W W Armer the preach er who is charged with the murder of his son was brought into the court room haggard from long incarcera tion fatigued and covered with dust from the long drive from Owensboro to Calhoun and the center of attraction of a curious crowd gathered about the courthouse Armer entered the court room at 5 oclock handcuffed and in charge of Sheriff Henry of McLean countyAs two walked up the aisle to ward the enclosed space around the Judges stand a sob came from the woman seated on the front bench with three children around her and a babe of a few months in her arms Armer recognized his wile and for the first time since the commission of his horrible deed his apparent indif ference to circumstances disappeared and his selfcontrol broke down com pletelyArmer had never before beheld the infant which his wife held in her arms It was born a few days after he was spirited away from Calhoun and taken to Owensboro for safe hisIknelt on the court room floor With his wife and children in a halfcircle about him he began a plaintive pray er which continued for several minutes As he invoked the blessing of Almighty God upon his family and upon himself the crowd notwith standing the fact that it was compos ed largely of men who would gladly see the preacher hanged became affected by the pathos of the scene Strong men trembled and sobbed The court officials ceased their work and stood with bowed heads- WHITESVILLE Misses Mattie Holland and Carry McCarty Messrs Chester Camp and Harry Nelson spent Sunday in Habit Mrs Livia Cecil has gone to Louisville and Cecilia Drs Wedding McDonald and Me Kinney attended the Medical meeting at Owensboro Tuesday Misses Stella and Mary Wedding and Mr Jesse Strother attended the party at Mr G R Nanes Saturday nightMr Newman Birk Owensboro was here Tuesday in the interest of the Home phone Geo Hollabd will attend the Hart ford fair this week Misses Alberta and Edna Birkhead and Stella Mattingly and Messrs Keith Plain and Albert Birkhead at tended the party at Mr Naves- J W Day Owensboro Is the guest of his mother Mrs Bettie Day Call for Convention At a regular meeting of the Re publican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Saturday September 3 1904 the fol lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegated conven tion be held in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November 28 1904 at i oclock p m at the court house in said town for purpose of nominat ing candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the November election 195 viz Representa tive county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent of schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre cinct conventions be held In each of the voting precincts in said county on November 26 1904 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the representation therein be i delegate Superintendent Public Works or Lexington Ky Says s Pcruna fe an Excellent Medicine J H HIPPLEGATE mmJ H Ulpplcgatc Supt of Public Works 61 West 6th St Lexington Ky writes t I find that Pcruna is an excellent medicine especially for catarrhal affec tions and all diseases leading to con gumption bronchial troubles or stomach troubles It also acts as a preventative and keeps the system in A healthy condition so that it easily throws off dis ease It is an excellent tonic and s great appetizer and as a large number of those who have been using It speak very highly of Its curative powers I am satisfied that my opinion of it is correct and that it is deserving of high praise J II Illpplegato Peruna is the remedy for catarrh Al most everybody knows that by hearsay and thousands know it by experience Catarrh in Its various forms Is rapidly becoming a national curse An un doubted remedy has been discovered by Dr Ilartman This remedy has been thoroughly tested during tho past forty years Poruna cures catarrh In all phases and stages There is no remedy that can bo substituted If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad Tico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Roosevelt on November 8 1904 and the candidate receiving a majority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGLAND Secy- SMALLHOUS Sept 2IMr and Mrs M P Maddox were the guests of their daughter Miss Oma Maddox Satur day at Rockport and Saturday night at their brothers Mr William Mad dox at Echols Misses Debbie Taylor and Lelia Hunter went to South Carrollton SaturdayMr Overhults Matanzas spent Friday night Saturday and Sunday in our midst P B Taylor Ben Ross and Clar ence Overhults attended the sale of the late Wilson Rowe at Centertown Sat urdayHerman Barnard and friend Miss Sommers Loulsvilleare in our midst this week the guests of Mr G W Barnard and family Born to the wife ofJames Withrow last Friday night a fine elevenpound girl Miss Triphena Limlleyoi Pt Pleas ant who was the guest of Nettle Geiger several days last week attended Sunday School at Smallhous church SundayMisses May and Pearl Tichenor Centertown were in our community SundayMr Mrs Alva Calloway and little daughter attended church at the Baptist church near Matanzas SundayA Hunt is the guest of his parents A good rain fell here Sunday Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair Commencing Sept i8th coach ex cursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Darn to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday of each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not good m sleep Ing cars S B VAN METER Agt i H POLITICAL REVIEW Vby Reformers Should Vote the Ju v1 r v Republican Ticket This YearITo The Killtiir il The IleralJJ j believe tha many good men be 3sve that ninny newltws should be enacted Many good voters believe JiAt a new p arty should be pi iced in xmtrol of the country It is my opinion that no new piry can ever obtain control of the government so oog as the Democratic party is an or 3pnizalou nor can any great new 5eoefihl measure ever be enacted sto laws except by the Republican arty while the danger of Democrat c supremacy is Imminent I sup pose to recite or call attention to some af the most important actions ot lie Democratic patty la respect to Alai questions for a number of jears put In support of the two pro jpsitiona above sated Wheu the law authorizing the issue ai the greenback legal tender money 7 as enacted every Democrat in Con 3ien present voted against it and aany of the leading Democrats made bitter speeches aainst the bill The greenback money scon became popu ear with the people and then the democratic leaders generally ansumed The championship of it The party rated against the resumption law and In in 1875 male the famous fight for Mien for Governor of Ohio on a greenback platform and for a repeat 2 the resumption law It Is believed hat Allen would have been elected il leading Democrats had not takenthe Stump against him and otherwise la cored for his defeat He was only de sated by a few thousands votes Af ler Allens defeat the party in the uain abandoned ana greenback Is jae and the next year nominated Til jfcn for President a known enemy J the geenbtck on a plaform de Jouncing te Republican party for iot havivg resumed specie payment In 1884 the Democracy in national jonvention said We believe in ionest money the gold and silver coinage of the Constitution and jfI Tuimird Cleveland who was elect id and before his inauguration is- led a letter recommending the re cal of the Bland Allison silver coin age lea which would have left no Jilver hw in force He also in his messages urged the repeal of said act rod predicted dire results if his rec aramendatiors were not heeded He billed during the first term to obtain the desired repeal and the evils he predicted failed to come The Demo rats renominated him in iSSS but 3e was defeated In 1893 there was 3s national convention held but Atre were many State Democratic loaventions held and these convcn Kins generally demanded the free dnae of sliver Not one State con dition declared agairst Lee silver iie result was a sweeping Democrat Jltory in State and Congressional sections When the congress then jucttd met in 159192 the Democrats were in the majority and a tree sil m act was passed by the Senate and Trsuld have passed the Hou but for the Ttocratlc oppositiou which oppo lUlon was perhaps aided and increas yl by a letter written and published 37 Cleveland in opposition to the free LIver act The Democratic State convention a thla state in 1391 declared for free alier It might seem passing tinge aster all the indorsement of jjJver by the Democratic party that t vould in j iz again nominate litveland who was well known to x the most pronounced antisilver an in the nation but the party did Jo sj and placed him on a platform t viing as follows We hold to the use of both gold oil sliver AS the standard money of 11 country and to the coinage of h gold and sllvjr without disrim tug aJlnst either metal or charge v5 coinage rllcvclnnd was electednnd he seems t nuve forgotten the horror ofwhat a tatty called the robber tariff and i i the lu his zta for the destruction r silvtr motley After a long iiugglt he succeeded I shallnot caste time in caliiag the attention ot i Snauelal distress and ruin that h Cleveland administration brought 2M1 this country and also upon his Oren party The election returns from Vie 7 trlous States and Congressional ItiUonaiii 1893 34 and 1895 at ij the odium attending Clevelands rjnlnlBtmtioa The Democrats for a time in Home State conventions in dorsed Cleveland By the close of iieyea i f95 every State North East Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years llctiirnlnp from tile Cuban war I wee n lItllSarI31ulll complDtdr cared mr II C UoKiumt Scranton 1 plCO a bottle J co Avnn co All dreagbtefor ia-wwe IwImpure hood Aid the Sarsaparilla keeping the bowels regular with Ayer a llls and West had gone largely against the Democratic party It had also lost several bIrder States including Missouri Maryland and Kentncky Indications seemed to point to an early extinction ot the party What then happened was the strangest event that ever occurred in party pot ides viz the party in national con vention repudiated its own adminis tration and incidentally most of its great papers and leaders and declar ed for fee silver nominated Mr Bry an on sub Itantlal1y a Populist plat form Cleveland and the principal Democratic papers and many of the Uaieis bolted the ticket and procured Bryans defeat He was renominat ed in 1900 on the same platform but was worse deteated than before al though some of the bolters of 1896 seemed to support him Whether the action taken in 1896 expressed the real views ot the part or was taken to kep it alive and des troy the Po ulist party cannot bf cer tainly known It seems to some ex tent to have accomplished the two purposes No candid man will now Dispute the proposition that the Cleveland crowd is now in control of the Democratic organizition and now have Bryan under their thumb t was inclined to thin it in 1896 that Bryan was sincere I presume others bal the same opinion but having no faith in the party behind him did not vote for him Events have fully jus dfied their courts If Bryan had been elected and with him a Democratic Congress still none of his reform measures would have been enacted tutu lw for the reason that enough Democrats would have voted against the measures to defeat them It it worthy ot note that the the Democrat c platform of 1892 recommended the repeal of the ID per cent prohibitory axes on state banks yet although the Democrits won on that they failed to repeal it Likely that was i good thing by omission but the object of that resolution was to checkmate the peoples party demand for more money From the foregoing it is perfectly manliest that no reforms not advo cated by the Republican party can be carried out by Democratic success aence it is absurd to look to it for any relief It was the Republican party that enacted the legal tender law of 1862 and by that law and the decision of the Republican Supreme Court established the legal fact that the law makes money without regard to the material ot which it was composed In other words exploded the old idea that Intrinsic value made moneyThe Democrats are seeking to make capital on the imperial issue or in opposition to the Government owning and governing provinces It should never be forgotten that the Hawaiian Islands were annexed under a resolution or act offered by Mr Newland of Nevada now a Democratic Sena tor from that State It is well known that In 1897 and 1898 the Democrats were clamoring for intervention in I behalf of Cuba and charging that McKinley and Hanna wanted to issue I 410000000 bonds to buy Cuba form pain If such was their desire it would have been better and much j cheaper than the war I think it may be fairly charged that the Democratic party Is responsible for the Spanish I War Iud theretore responsible for i our ownership of the Philippine Is lands hence they are estopped from- pmtlng abUt the Phlllpplnes nomlII ty first year I have never seen 1 t I claimed that he voted for Bryan I Abut two years ago the Democrats in this Agpclnte district wete seilou ly and generally And I must add ofi lectKely arguing that the can candidate for Appellate Jl1t1I then in hit seventieth year wa too old but now they support n man lori the scond highest office In the na tion who In nearly eightyone years old II elected he will be the pr sal lug officer of the Senate and his rUI1 ings would often determine the fate ot a bill He alight defeat the most beneflclent of measures or procure the passage of the most vicious ot laws and besides all this he might become President Just think of a feeble old noticeII the common law affords a complete remedy against monopolies This announcement Is in conflict with the opinion of Congress and many State Legislatures which have pissed stat utes seeking to check or restrain mo nopolies It is contrary to the opin ion ot the Democratic Court ot Ap peas of Kentucky which court like that of New York is the court of last resort Prior to June 1899 cer tain insurance companies had as was alleged formed a combination to sti fle competition and increase the cost of fire insurance The companies were indicted In the Franklin Circuit court tried convicted and fined The Circuit Judge Cantrlll holding that under the common law the defendants were guilty The defendants appealed and the Kentucky Court of Ap peals composed of four Demorats and three Republicans I being one of the threeheld that defendants could not be punished there being nostatute prescribing a punishment and the common law not reaching the case six ot the seven Judges con curring the writer hereof alone dis senting I alterwarJ became Chief Justice of the court So far as I am advised the illustrious exChief Justice of New 1Irk and the humble ex Chief Justice of Kentucky ari the on ly Judges that have ever held that the common law was violated by such combination See caseof Aetna Insurance Company vs Common werlth Icy Ky 871 also 51 S W 624 for a full report of this case The significance of Judge Parkers statement is that it can be taken by the monopolists and trusts that he will not favor any leglsatlon suppressing or punishing then for npy combination they may enter into Section 197 of the Constitution of Kentucky says that no railroad steamboat or other common carrier under heavy penalty to be fixed by the General Assembly shall give free pass or passes or shall aI rickets at rates not common to public to any officer and provides that any officer accepting the same shal forfeit his office Then follows these words It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to nact lawsII to enforce the provision of this tlon The Democrats except one setslon have controlled the Legislature ever since the adoption of the Constitution In 1891 and have disregarded the above provision and left the common carriers free to debauch officials by HEALTH keephouleDraught Wo havo used it in the family for over two years with the best of roiiuUs I have not had a doctor In the houio for that length of time It ii a doctor In itself and always ready to make a person well ALLJackecavllle Becwiso this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels mill invigorates tile tcrpid liver ened ltidno- ysI4z DCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforTLctlflrdsI31ack andfeverh ilmcntbecauseliver std so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFQRDS DLACI DRAun r l giving free pastes List winter nl Republican offered a bill to enforce said section The committee never t would report it until forced to do so then report d it adversely but by a hard fight the Republican member got a rending of the bill orJered and j it placed on the calendar but never could get n vttr on it The House i was Democratic by about seventysix im jority I want to any thnt I believe the masses ot the Democrats nre a good as the flosses of the Republicans but the trouble Is that the Democrats always vote fur the nominee of the i party unless that nominee Is ou ad vocate of the Interests and rights of j the masses and Is a man who It is believed will stand for what he preaches Bryans nomination and i one other instance of Democratic lead ers bolting is all that I now recall The other I will not name Kentuck ians can readily recall it I I think the foregoing sufficiently I shows that no man can depend on the Democratic party for the enactment of any law for the benefit of the peo pleI now proper to show that the Democratic party has for many years been the deadly and insiduous foe of all attempts to organize a new party I was present as a delegate at the Greenback convention in 1876 when Peter Cooper was nominated We polled less than 100000 votes in the nation that year the Democrats ig noring us but in 1877 and 1878 we became a factor in many States hold Ing largely the balance of power Now mark what happened In 1878 the Democratic party of Michigan resolved in favor of gold and silver and j paper convertible into coin on de mand The result of the election was Oat the Democrats polled about 75 00 votes and the Greenb tckets about 7000 The next winter the Demo crats adopted the Geenback pi it lot in awl procured a fusion ticket lor Re gents and Supreme Judge The tick et was defeated The fusion was kept up lor some time and resulted in the Democrats once getting con trol of the State but destroyed the Greenback organizition there and- UINTINIItI ON Iviti sii For Business Good Stationery ia power in business Business Stationery should be the nestnot merely for prides stake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to make beautiful stationery is employed in our printshop Every de tailof its making is attended to 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considering the excellent highgrade work you get I Note the Following Exceedingly Low Prices I upLetterheadsI Noteheads good quality per ream of5 O100fI Statements good quality per ream of 500 100II tt- I Ordinary Hand bills per 1000 00t tt Prescription blanks in lots per 1000i00tt j Allother Job Work in proportion n The Hartford Republicani Hartford Kentucky r Southern 1Bo1 GregBasiucssCollage TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER OKE MANAGEMENT Yearlconupp Lv flimsiness Shortllnnl TypeWrlting Pnnmanshlp Tellltrnphy and Civil Service dluslo Instrumental Music Any student who enters the JlU81NF88 COLlxex extrachargesIlecure and mention courso wanted when you write Catalogue free Address n H onKRUY rBOWItNIl K1 QUOTATIONS From The Republican Campaign Text Book for 1904 uThe true welfare ol the nation is IndlBSolnby bound up with the wel fare of the farmer and the wagework erol the wan who tills the soil and ol the mechanic the handicraftsman the laborer If we can Insure the pros perityof these two classes we need rot trouble aurselvesabout the prosperity of the rtst lor that will ollow as H mat ter ol COUItCVice President Roosevelt at opening0 Pin Anlerican Imposition May 20 19 U It is ol course n nitre truism that CIIIlirewe need to treat the tariff as a bust ness proposition Irony tile sttindpoint of the interest of the country as n whole and not with reference to the temporary needs of nay policical pr ty Insldent Roosevelt at Mimic xpolis April t ly 3 Our average Mlowcftn is n sine and healthy man who believes in decency and has a wholvsome mind lie therefore leels an rcjuul scorn alike for the man of wealth guilty of the mean and laie spirit of arrogance towards those who ate lets well nlt and for the man ol small mean who in his turn either feels or seeks to excite in others the feeling of mean and base envy for those who are betttr oflPresident Roosevelt at Syracuse N Y Sept 7 lyv There is no worse enemy of the wageworker than the man who con dones mob violence In any shape or who preaches class hatred and surely the slightest acquaintance with our industrial history should teach even the mot shortsighted that the times when buslnrtH is stagnant and capital sufleisfromshrlnkftgeand gets no return from its investment are ex actly the times of hardship and want and grim disaster among the people Pres Roosevelt at Syracuse N Y Sept 7 I9 3 It is almost as necessiy that our policy should be stable as that it should be wise A nation like ours could not long stand the ruinous pol Idles of readjusting its business to radical changes in the tariff at short Intervals especially when as now owing to the immense extent and va riety of our product the tariff schedules carry rates of duty on thou ands ofdlfierent articles President Roosevelt at Minneapolis April A 1903This Is nn era of great combina tions both of labor and of capital In ruauy ways these combinations have worked for good but they must work under the lawPres Roosevelt at Chaleston April 3 192 THINGS TO UK RUMEMHERF- ORemembeaiS93 1896 and the days of industrial gloom Remember 18931896 and the home comforts which were wanting Remember 1893 1896 and the wives and children wanting clothes Remember 1863 1896 and the thous ands of capable mechanics looking in vin for woik- Remember 18931896 and the ful filled promises made by the Republi can party In the campaign of 1996 Remember 18931896 and the delu slue promises made by the Democrat ic party In the campaign of 1892 Remember 1893 1896 and the land lord waiting at the door lor the rent money which could not be provided Remember 1893 to 1896 when the factory whistle Jailed to blow for an other days work another days pay Remember 1893 1896 and the count less number of women and children waiting faint with hunger for bread that never came- Remember 1893 1896 and the heart sickness the worry the unpaid and unpayable debts and all the many Ills that attend the men out of work Remember 18931996 and the hun dreds of thousands ot laborer walk ing the streets from sunrise to sunset looking for the work which could not be found Remember 18931896 and the un American soup houses and other forms of charity necessary to relieve those who need no relief when they can get wor- kDeafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional rem edies Deafness is cured by inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube What The Earth Produces The earth bas nourished us through un known HRCS of human existence Is it not everything probablethatto keep our bodily visor our health if we only knew nninlals know hy In Blind what in rood fur them and will search until they find in some plant what they tipatlnll there are roots and herbs supplied by nature which will cure the diseases that afflict human kind That ill why Dr Pierce of HutlUlo N Y has such fault in his Med leal Discovery Years ago when he was in general and active practice he found that a combination of certain herbs and roots tiiiide into an alterative extract with putthisish the tissues ford the blood and nerves and put healthy tone into the whole system Dr Pierce Colden Medical Discovery rcstoies the tot lltsh by curing diseases of tin stomach and othei organs tf digestion nod nutrition mil ctmhlini the per feet di nation sad lusimilfUioii of food from which lUMi and strength are made Iexingtoothat Ir IkuVH Gulden Medical IIiwillgirt pHimnem rcllif ntnl tore any Ill who any In vifTvtitiK from stuiimrh anil liver trouble whlcli n n tide are the rrMill of towrl Iii ffieuIt t I My tai arose with the oboe iininrtl mrilidm tens nnnt Kiticfnrtory It MKMI had are syMrm will rctulitf nllll loner 1 nut I felt in splendid health nod t IIPj ever incc hotlyIniCkllCCommon Sense Medical Ailvifvr A took of tti i3 pages Send 31 cuts in stamps for aprr covered or 31 stump for cloth G6JMl1n a inlUtncil you have a rumbling sjiind of imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betaken our and tins tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine case out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mu cotiBsurface We have given away One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness caused by catarrh tbat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F S Cheney tL Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Good Things for the Housewife to Know To prevent rugs from curling at the corners bind them on the under edge with a piece of narrow webbing like that used to hold furniture springs in place Box eggs are very liable to crack when being boiled If you stick a pin carefully through each end before boiling you need have no ftar of them cracking In the pan When boiling old potatoes add a little milk to the water in which they are boiled This prevents them turn ing dark in the cooking and improves tbe flavor To test coflee Pour cold water upon it If it is pure the water will be very slightly colored if adulter ated with chicory the water will take a brownish hue Hard brushes may be rendered soft by allowing thf m to soak for twenty four hours in raw liuseed oil After this rinse them out in hot turpen tine and if necessary repeat the whole process Keeping flowers fresh Always clip oil the tips of the stalks before putting them in fresh water which should be just oQ the chill Always have perfectly clean vases A pinch of charcoal powder in each vase is a good preservative Rusty flatirons can be made clean and as smooth as glass by the use of bees wax and salt Tie a lump of wax In a piece of cloth and keep It for the purpose When the iron is hot rub It with the wax and then scour with a paper or cloth sprinkled with salt Wax the iron again before putting It away for a little film of wax will prevent the formation ot rustWhen hanging clothes to dry first hang up by the thickest put waist or neckband etc because if hung by the thinner part the water would run Into the thicker part lodge therennd take longer to dry Second hang up everything wrong side out as that any accidental soil will not do so much damage as It it appeared on the right side The care of fryingpans It is a mistake to wash a fryingpan If any housewife doubts this let her try it and prove the result Tbe pan should be placed over the fire to melt thoroughly all the fat which has remained in it and while this is hot he inside of the pan should be well t rubbed with clean soft paper until it Is quite chan the paper must be screwed up and used vigororslv Fryingpnns trrntd in this way will never burn their contents until they are actually worn out From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold tleep seated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertiude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by tile use of Ono Minute 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stomach weakens tbe man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without firrestoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired andrun down limbs and organs of tbe body Kudol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro King Edwards Brag Clyde Fitch after a long stay in Switzerland has returned to his coutry house at Forth Crscob Coon He said there the other day Anecdotes of Whistler are still turning up Europe from one end to the other still hums with a dead American painters name But It WAS In Paris that I heard tbe best Whist ler storyThey told me that Whistltr was in Paris at the time of the coronation of the King of England and one evening at a reception at the Hotel Ritz a Duchess said to him Do you know King Edward Mr Whistler Madame said the painter II She looked surprised Why that is odd she murmur mured I met the King at a dinner party last year and he said that he knew you Oh said Whistler that was on ly his br- agMdi 01 Ooh Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuff II Men of oaiare men in rugged heal thmen whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for free sample SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists YorkIt aaaaaaaall Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has liqrno the signature of and has been made under his per lib + supervision since Its infancysonal Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations 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Tourist Sleepers TO OALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleep rj St Louis t California leaving 830 a iu daily via Little Rock Texarkann Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ider1 Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during March and April ig4 tt California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis everf Thursday 9 n m from Knusas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 631 p 111 going via Pueblo Do- R G System through GItnwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogdec etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various pain in the Wett and Southwest r ery first and third Tues days each month For map f ltsdescriptive itfalure rates etc con suIt nearest Ticket Agent or acMresc R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room jpi Norton Bljp- Lnnisviile Ky Noi1i1s Fail Short Line SOUTHERN RRIhW Y 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastostand Bostto the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville J00 a al deify Arrive St Louis 500 p in daily Solid train of vestibuled coaches sleepers and Southern Railway Standard Dining Car through withoe chargeLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid train of vestibuled free re dining chair cars and sleepers No change of cars enroute All trains make close connection in Union Station in til Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates fro Louisville Ky 813 good returning until Dec 15 04 811U IIsixty days 810 good returning 15 days P E CARP Passenger and Tick Agent Louisville Ky A J CRONE Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C H HUNOERFORD District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant Gencdtt Passenger Agent St Louis Mo FOR SALEAn unlint ited SchoIarshipSffin fatuous Massey Business college Call on or address The Republican BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND TIlE Louisana Purchase Expositor ENTIRE NEWRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYER Parlor Dining and Sleej ing jars elegant Coaches wilb High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated F6I6 er of the Worlds Fair roe nished free on application Send lOc Silver for eqgjr of the Worlds Fair March For rate tune of tralno Slet plnir CM nee viitlonx Itt tall on tiny Tlrket Ascnt i1h ilnHH O l JlflMKTV tlrteIiassAy Cincinnati Ohio or It N 11KO WV n t2LouluvllleKy r r r Hartford Republican luued by the Uarttord Iulillshlng Company INCOnrORAVEP C E SMITH Editor T3SEFIi02TE8- Combrlttt 6 34 Rough R1 v3FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR VRKSIDKXT THEODORE ROOSEVELT OK XKV YORK FOR VIIK IllKSWKXT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS Ot INDIANA Foil NIt1SS DR BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS rOKCOUXTY JITDUE- We lire iiutborltnl to niiuounie V II Tnyln r Ys n IlimllJute for tin office of County linlire fll Ohio county siilijfct to tin nrtlnn of the ltfiuli llciiu party FOR KKIKHSKXTATIVK Wt rite nuthnrlif to nnnutincel l Heard 118 II HuIIllIlu for the oltlra of ItcinvseMtntlvi n1 ohla county subject to the aetlon of the Ilepub dean party f Vnreuuthorlteil to iiunnuiKv I S MASON IIH n rniullilnti for the nine of lwire riitntlve o olito county inlijeft to the intlou of tilt Itipuli Venn party von tovyt coy u1 cirui- We nlv imtliurlZHil to nnnoiiiicu n Dnvli Itovnl ai n ciiiullliitp fur the otlitv of County Court clerk of Ohio County xutijirt to tliuiictlmi of thf JhJtllIlICiIll party lrenrenulhorlredtoounouneoWliburu This Icy Its o cninllJiite fur the other of CUll ty Court Clerk of Ohio County HUtijt t to tin action of the Iteimlillcnii party Vnivnullioriitfi tn iinnoiiuct Krrrvtt 1 Tuylornxn anna fur the olllce of County Court Clerk of Ohio eounty xuliject to the nrtlnn uf the liepublfVan party FOR COUVrY ATTOIIMYW- viirviinthorlitfil to announce I M Wood nerd as 11 mnilliliite fur the otllie of County At torney of Olio county subject to the uitlon of the Itfiiibllciiu party Jun slunuViiremiUiorlifU to unnounce IE It Miirtln as II Olinilllldte fur tilt olllre of Sheriff of Ohio ruin sulijwt to the action of the ItrptiMhnn party IOH 111 IKit- We lire authorized to nntioiiiice AMIS I MOKTUN iiKiKHnillilute fur the olllce of tnllor of Ohio countT xubjwt to the action of the He l uhltiiiin jmrty Wit IUtI nutborUed to uniionnr osCAIl MII KlrTaoii enailldau for the ottlw of Inilejof ulilo eoi sty subject to the in t Ion of the Ucpuli I OlIti rt- vtoi SSKSSOK ne IIM nntb rlitNj to Hnnoamv 1 Merry loney hI Ii ettodldnte for the oaf of AH etmor of blIiitttjr unbjwt to the action of the ltrpnblh ant rtjr vp are Rethurlttrd to iinnnunrc SAM W UU1I m1 u IvuoIIJut1 for tile nilliv of tst surf Ohio coiuitr KUlijmt tn the a thin of tilt le ullctu party WK HEAR it said that Democrats II not die in office They are nearly dying to get in TUB Republican party redeems itsj KOiiiiiex The Democratic party nays offers now ones DJ hAT are noting from Pros Hent Roosevelt published works They will staud the test So much cannot he said of the published record j of the Democratic party IT WOULD be interesting to hear Candidate Parker in joint debate with himself as to whether he was right 1850 anti 1K0 or right now inI IT is said that Governor Beckham and his machine manipulators are not very actively supporting the Parker ticket Their jealousy of National Cornmitteemau YooiUaii causes an unusual quiet in their camp DKMOCHATS say that the i system of protective tarifl is rohber1 Tilt best proof of the fallicy of such u statement can he hall by referring I to Clevelands lust administration when a tariff for revenue only law was in elleot Join a number of Democratic papers published under startling headlines a letter from Candidate Parker to the author of the Demo cratic campaign text hook in which he aska lhat President Koo evelts personal honor and integrity be left unattucked If these same papers would act us llIunlas their candidate in the matter their chances of elect ing their man would be materially en hanced WUEO How the editor of a cer tain alleged newspaper do pull him self Heres what he says Jtiaa pleasure to discuss public questions in nn amicable way witha contempo rary who appears able and willing to meet a fair question with o straightforWard t naw ras h the Heralds custom Ability to throw at the birds and willing nets to deal fairly All Hush Don t mention it itilot voting for Rooseve- ltarveryeiwp3eJudge William H Bar es a Ufelong Democrat of Jack sonviile Ill and once Federal Judge of Arizona under an appointment ot Grover Cleveland assigns the follow ing reasons for being for Roosevelt I am for Theodore Roosevelt for President I am for Roosevelt because he does things I am for the principles advocated by the Republican party because I think they mean the development expansion and building up of the greatest nation on earthand first of all Iam an American WE are assured by Democrats that the country will take no risk in again placing them in power They say the money question has been settled and the tariff laws wont be changed during the four years Parker would serve if elected They practically admit that the Republicans have ev anything in good shape and all they the Democrats want is a chance a- I the offices They want the voters to turn the wellestablished and smooth lyruuniug business of the country over to new managers The American people will be slow to believe that such a change would be a safe and sane thing to do A GREAT many newspapers of the small caliber blackmailing type are attempting a great tirade against President Roosevelt because he once said that the best way to keep peace is to speak softlnud carry a big stickmeaning thereby that the United Statesthough kind and oblig hug to all other countries should al ways be prepared for the worst even if it should never come Ever President hasin one form or another in word or deed or both held the self same doctrine In fact every citizen it matters not what he his station in life acts on the principle that to be secure he must be protect ed Why does every community in cur the expense of providing for peace officers police and sherifFs but to stay the lawless and protect the individuals of such community U it is proper for towns counties and I States to provide ample means ol j protection why not have ample cuuI The people generally do not take to i this pitiful hue and cry against the President for his action in throttling I outlawery and preventing tie an croachments of other countries The apIj fill supremacy of their country and have oftentimes approved the sama principle spoken of by the President when he used the bin stick phrase They approved it when Washington wbeuIcans when Grant defeated the forces of disunion and when McKinley drove the Spaniards from the American soil and by the big stick theory up held the countrys flag GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The Itinerary for Senator Fair banks campaigning tour in the West i has been completed It covers about three weeks and he will travel by special train Senator Dolliver of Iowa and other speakers will accom pany him The special grand jury which in atilIuntsvillethe Sheriff the Mayor and the Chief of Police be impeached for not emleav orlng to protect the prisoner It al so recommend that the police force of Huntsville be reorgenlzed A court j of Inquiry is Investigating the con j duct ol the militia at the time of the lynching For Sale One and onehalf miles from the public mines seven or eight acres lot and good seven room house plenty of out buildings everlasting water in porch and in the horse lot also some good young heifers log wagon 225 egg Incubator new at half price several pure blood bard ply- mouth rock cockrels 100 and up a lot of pure blood leghorn cockrels 50 cents and up Phone 132 E M MILLER S4 McHenry Ky ItublicSpeaking4 HON W G DUNLAP Of Louisville will speak in the interest of the Republican ticket at Hartford October 5 1904 At 1 Oclock PMMr Dunlap is one of the mostable and eloquent speakers in Kentucky Come to hear him THE GREAT FAIR More Attractions at Ohio County Fair Than Ever Before Large Crowd tThe Ohio County Fair opened Wed nesday with the largest attendance for the firstjday thatlwas everrecord ed At an early hour people began to pour lu from nil directions and by 930 when Ajax theawous high diver leap ed from the topmost part of the bridge spanning Rough river into the water below the crowd had become immense Yesterdays crowd was even larger than that of Wednesday and the indications are that today and tomorrow will be record breakers in point of atter dance There is every j reason to expect a well attended fair this year The premium list has more I than been doubled and various attractions that have not heretofore been a part of the lair are here this thrillying feat of jumping tram the top of a tower eighty feet high into a tank of waer only four feet deep the rea pertrified man which was found a few sears ago on the sandy beach of the Ohio river lit ar Evaasvllle the merrygoround the snake eater sev er 1 shows and v irious othtr amuse meals There ate more and batter tcck to enter the contest lor the various premiums this year than ev er attended before It is a great lair in every respect CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought n Bears the- Sisnatftj of Election Officers The follnvlng election oltic rs have been appointed for the year beginning September 20 1974 EAST HARTFORbJ B Foster A L VVestcrfield judges W slTlnsley Sheriff A C KlHs clrk ViiST HAUTTOKD V G BArnett Thos S Marks judges Jno E Bean sheriff C E Smith clerk ERPIS L Leach H A Beard judges Ben Chamberlain aherifl W Q Park clerkS- ULPHUR SIRINOS R K BeanJB Wallace judges U G Miller sherlll A B Wedding clerk iMAGAN Thos Midcalf J II MIIi kr judges Wm Lewellyn sheriff J V Hall clerk- CROMWELL T C Firth S L Stevens judgus H T Porter sherlfl Henry Ieach clerk COOL SIRINGS H L Taylor J W Bawled judges H E Brown sheriff J N Berryman clerk NORTH ROCKPORT J E Maddox I David Duncan judges M J Reid I sheriff E C Woodburn clerk SOUTH RociUORT lobn H Miller J E Wilson judges Jense Fulker son sheriff J H Hunlty clerk SFLFCT Birch Shields Luther Rogers judges T G Wilson sheriff Mac Cook clerkI MmerlshtriAllen judges O P Rains sheriff Clarence Rally clerk i EAST BKAVKR DAMD B M Taylor judges Elmer BarnardI sheriff P E Hocker clerk WfsT BEAVER DAlIJ W C L Woodward judges BakerI Barnes sheriff E P Taylor McHERYJno Jones S J Tlch euor judges R P Beck sheriff H S Sanders cler- kCITlmTOWNAlIn Rowe John M Bishop Judges T M Hatcher sheriff James Reneer clerk SMALLIIOJsM P Maddox Sam Morton judges S T Hunter sheriff Clinton Igh heart clerk EAST FORDSVILLE Alb rt Qulsen berry W S Gains judges F C Moseley sheriff J W Hale cletk WEST FORDSVILLE G H Roberts Wm Lyons Judges Giio Kiovva sheriff Garl Lanhom cler- klrvAvttrJ i Dty S L Phillips jrdgs C R Rhoiid sher iff J J HuQ clerk SHREVR R B WhUtinghill Mark Cou h j idjc Life DeWeesr slier ID D H Godsey clerk OLiTOT W Daniel K C BytM judges W H Stevens shtrlfl N B White clerk BiiOHD EC Beard Ben Newton judges J T Morgan shetlff J DI Holbrook clerk- BARTLFTTJno L Massey J H Davis judges Chas Phillips sheriff D B Bartlett clerk HFILIN Jas Stogner R A Row in judges T D Owen sheriff rIH Chalet CERAIVO clerkISmith judges W E Morton sheriff Hun M uld x clerk PT PLIASANV1V P Render J ATichrnor jacipes Wiloer Condict Sheriff F O Ktffruun clerk NARROWS EG Kirby in A Bowling j ilges C F Boirell abet ill Wm Park clerk RALPH E H Morgan J D Ralph judges 0 W Elpe sheriff J lRENTIsJ I Patton clerIjudges J k Shultz sheriff IL B Taylcr clerk- IiRRitrRT0 T Bartlett Allison Hayntp judges W II Miller slier Ii lV p Taylor clerk Dyspepsia Ss on indication that the stomach and other digestive organs are weak kired or I debilitated Jt causes no end of aches and pains and is most common where j people bolt their moos and hurry and worry as they do in this counL- ryHoodsSarsaparilla i cures dyspepsia it has U a I magic touch in this disease I For testimonials of remarkable cures Send for Book on Dyspepsia No S C1 Hood Co Mas WuIcfl utlU JewelrY REPAIR WORK DONE Eyes Tested Free of Charge Dr M H Tappan Grad u ate Optician and Expert Jeweler is permanently located at Y M C A building Hart ord Ky Call and see him Consultation and Examination Free tW Early Risers The famous little pillso n e If This Doesnt d r HR iv j t Bring You Youre Out of Town We have inaugurated a Suit Sale that shall stand as a recordbreaker for all time to come We would rath er count dollars than goods therefore we are going to trade everythin for dollars that Ave possibly can That i- sjWhy so many srits are going to be sold at such lovf figures We will mention a few of our tempting bargains and if you dont come in you certainly must be out of town t Suits for Men at 82 sa 84 S5 87 tllellliSuits for Youths ages 12 to In Prices from 200 to 81000 Suits for boys ages J to 15 Pric Les 8100 to 500 You will miss it if you dont visit us before buying elsewhere I Carson COc tl Hartford Kentucky 1 SjfW fiA t1AA frttJ tt amu Z r lliJI zrrnvttaLnrrrttaarrtirta snrnrasramrrt f Try The RBPUBLJCAN For All Kinds of Job Printing = = 1 l 1k AAAAdCJ A4r3PL4 n 4 t i AAbAr dL e yrJrJUC1NJnrJ +V + wli wor wej r 1U1 9 i1 3 9Openin41 J Of air New Store i= i Monday Sept 26 1904 I41 4i 9 Jjj We will make this our special opening and visit it Jj ors lay and to each lady visitor we will give a helm ft j tiful souvenir Vu have contracted with Mr M J j Bryant manager of the l ilnballo to furnish mu ft- jn C sic liar the occasion with their celebrated piano play ft 4c1 on one of the famous Kimball pianos We ox ftr- f n pad to make this an occasion lusting in the memory ifn J5 of our visitors as one of the most pleasant cjvents of it J their lives dont fail 4 so to Jen1us your presence 9 J whether you want to buy or not Make it a social ftO IPl call and you will favoi 94Q The Brown Mercantile E ttit41 bit v vv es w f I a i V 1 AI 4- a r 0 I 1 a tJ t 1t I rr = S N T fi I1J tfiyfi4f i i- 4V lblt Just to make things lively during fair week vef deJo= y wont = 0m I 1 = Special No IDress Goods Six 40 49 pieces all wool 28inch Venetian the Very 49 goods for skirts Como in gray green 40 41 black blue lord rod The regular 50c qual fi49 ities Our special price during fair week fi 4 Special No 2Waist Goods One lot Fancy Oxford Waist ings plain and Fallfrfi 41 Waists Kegulu price 50c Our special 4price fair week 41 4Special No 3 Millinery Fifty n prices all shades bJOIlfloll1 No 12 to 41oextra good quality that soil regularly j for luc to 25e Nothing to match these 41 in width and price Our price fair week 41fi 4 Special No4Mens Hats Fifty 41 doen MenVs firstquality Fur Hats All 4 4the new fall shades and shapes Suitable 4 for both young and old Men Sell every 4 whom for 200 and 25o See them in 41 show window Our special price fair 4 41 week C1 tOe U 3BeSIdCS these we are ollenng low prices staple t4 i 4 Goods Slices Ladies and lentlemons Furnish ZF 41 bJ t1 inns Etc We are the rocognixud low piicu makers 4- Do M 4 trading while at the fair U 1 IQ 4 AT The rgain Center diwoei 4 rCrM I V V W iRPY11uv u =I = == Harlforcl Republican h rRIDAV SllrlJIBRR s IHInolsContral RailroadTime Table Norlli Iliiniiil- No SlMllll Illlllllll- NoMi 1hIU it in 121 ilnll it Mi So 1uiiiii407ji III No 11111111 2Nsi in No I O1I1 Nil ini iluyVXip in Big line of odd PmtxatSam Bachs See Pirirs new Ties and Suspenders The City Restaurant is feed ing the Watch it COl11ei Miss Gracie Roll Greenville is the guest of Mrs F L Felix Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bahs Miss Willie Neal South Carrollton is the guest of Mrs Heber Matthews elegant line of Neckwear j just at Sam Bachs See our new Dress Goods CARSON Co Dr D W King Kylt- he guest of friends here Ladles get your Ice Cream and Saturday at City Restaurant tee the latest style and colors in gents neckwear Just received ECONOMY STORE City Restaurant is loaded down with good to eat not only for the County Fair but every day Fish and Oysters on hand at City Restaurant and served in any style 0- 39c y Y lit U lit E lit bit U U bit bit 25c- u bit Mt Mt Mtb b MtMt Mtb Mt Mt MtI 150 itI 41 in Dry bra your u B I surely people An new received Auburn Shecbit things always b TAsk to sir our School Shoes CARSON Co Fresh Oysters Fish Celery where I City Restaurant Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant We have the latest thing In ladies Skirts CARSON Co I I taurant My what good coflce nt City Res See Fairs Clothing They oreI up toclnte New Fancy Hosiery fjr Ladies and Gentlemen at Pairs Fairs is the place to pet your Mil livery Cheap and stylish Fairs Odd Pants are beauties A great line at a low price City Restaurant handles the nicest line ol Cakes and Crackera in Hart I ford My My What nice Meals you get at City Restaurant Just what you want New line uptodate style in mens and boys clothing just received ECONOMY STORK Ask to see our ladles fine Shoes we have the correct idea at the correct price CARSON Co Ladles and gentlemen get your IceI Cream and Cakes during the fair at City RestauranteThe Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and up todate line to select from C Get your up todate meals andD lunches during the Fair at City Restaurant Everything firstclassb Our new and uptodate stock of early fall is now arriving dally Stop and see us It will prove both please ant and profitable ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE yJLteest Fruits and Candles In Hartford atcltyLRestnr r1tfr qlltY Retrlht vcidable a- Qyteroup d cant be brat during Eat iJtaftUrpj WattTaylor Matanz4S called 10 see us yesterday Miss Willie Everly Pt Pleasant Is the guest of Mrs C E Smith We need Apples Chickens EKES and Butter at once CARSON Co Mrs Sarah Austin Beaver Dam is I visiting her sister Mrs Q C Shank Another shipment of readymade Skirts at Fairs Pretty and cbeapI Big line of Mens and Boys Caps at Fairs See them in show window WANTED A good reliable 16 hand high gray horse heavy builtItf A C TAYLOR Fairs Millinery Opening was a big success Prettiest in town Prices rightINew Millinery Goods at Economy Store Ladies trimmed Hats from 1 50 upIThe trlmnury are busy constantly at Fairs They do the Millinery business Mrs J A Anderson and daughter Miss Cova are the guests of relatives I in and near HartfordjNo jewing or dickering on clothing 4t Fairs Your boy can buy as cheaply as you can Dr and Mrs J H White and fami ly are visiting Mrs Whites parents Capt and Mrs S K CoxIGet your Fcitiiizr Field Seeds sad Farm Implements ham D L D Sandelur Beaver Bam Ky 1013I A big line ol Boys and Chlldrns I Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs o Leave your Laundry at Cleve Lero grocery Work guaranteed Prompt lellvery lof Mr R C Taylor and family have moved back to town alter the summer In the country near th1 azt IIIromThey will come next week FOR SALEA span of Mules about fifteen bands highalso one lHYt Horse LARKIN WILLIAM I Centertown Ky For Soda Water Lernonvle Coca ola Soda Cream Ice Cream and Sherbet during the Fair go ta City Restaurant n u elegant line of Ladles Dress I jlSkirts can be found at Sam Bachs fail to see them before chasing tsewbereea- See our new Danish cloth the j most popular wash labile on the mar ket Halt woolonly 150 a yards i ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK i Tiiu RWUIIUCAN Is prepared tot 4 I make curds ol any description for all candidates at very reasonable prces We are expecting your patronage A complete line ol M nildics YouUs and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be round nt Sam Bachs Mrs Mary A Duncan and daugh ters Mrs Ella Booue and Miss Maggie Duncan Louisville and Mis JID Hamilton Greenville are the 4 guests ol relatives bereI4 Mrs E M Gish and son Master Samuel and Miss Ida Mae Hunter 01I Central City were the guests of Misses Margaret and Henrieta Gun ther the first ot the week Mr Jo A Barnett who lives in theI Sanderlurs Crossing neighborhoodI has sold out his leave In a few days for Colorado o Ill health Is the cause of the change John Caught of Carbondale III Is I the guest of friends and relatives hire Mr Vaught formerly lived here and 4 at one time was a member ot the Hartford Heralds typographical force Dont fail to see the New Millnery 4 at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats i 50 Black velvet 200 and I 2 50 Beauties MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH 4 Dr T W MacGill Louisville opI tican has opened an office in Taylors new building here in Hartford He tests eyes tree Call on him and etIpair ol new spectacles or have old ones repaired tf Wlthtbilseeid to our an 4 nouncement column the name of Mr C Baird who is asking the nomi I for Representative of Ohio I county at the hands of the Republl 4 party Mr Heard is a prominent I man of Fordsvllle a genial 4 gentleman and a staunch Republican He has always dose excellent service bis party and if nominated and I Ohio county will be ably and 4 efficiently represented in the next I Legislature J W Benton Beds called to see v Saturday 1 brj R Curtii Cerervo lid4o Of ee us Wednesday J E Brown Rochester madeiU a pleasant call Saturday 1 5 I R D VHlttlnghill Fordsvllle was a pleas nt caller Tuesday Mr J F Vickers has returned from a visit to Oklahoma C L Woodard Beaver Dam war a pleasant caller Friday R E Iltr Rockport was a pleas ant caller Wednesday W M Addington Smallhous call ed at this office Wednesday See the new Bells Collars Purses Shirt Waist Sets Etc at Fairs James I Morton Askin candidate for Jailer made us a pleasant call Wednesday G Davis Royal Reynolds candidate for county clerk was a pleasant caller Saturday Mr and Mrs Oscar Bishop and sou are visiting Mr Blsops father mother Mr and Mrs J M Bishop near here- Richard Sldsnius of Elgin Illhas been chosen ai secretary of the Ohio County Y M C A Mr Sidenius is a graduate of the Y M C A Train School of Chicago and has bad five years of experience in the Y M C A work He has already taker charge of the work and expects to continue to extend the or anizttion By reference to the announcement column of Tin REPUBLICAN you will note that Sam W Leach is asking the Republicans of the county to nomi nate him for assessor Mr Leach lives in Cromwell precinct and is not only one of our bes Republicans but one oi the countys most substan ial citizens If nominated he will certainly win in the final election and will make a painstaking and efficient jclal We announce today the candidacy of Oscar Mldkiff for the office of jailer ol Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican convention in No vember Mr Midk fl balls from the Republican stronghold of Olatnn He was an unsuccessful candidate agaiuft T H Bhck for the same of alwaysbeenfaithful worker in the party rank and f nominated and elected he will make kind and accomodatlng official Prof LSMalon announces his candidacy for the office of Representa of Ohio county subject to the of the Republican convention i In November Prof Maion has for a number of yews been engaged in teaching In the leading schools of this and Daviess county and has for i the last two years ben miocipnl ofI the Fordsville graded sellout Prof Maou is an enthusiastic and ener getlc Republican and if nominated and elected will make n model Repre atie or thtvitatioM ti The management of the firm of i rS S J TICHENOR extends to all iiour customers an invitation to visit + i rs us at our large store at McHenry Khe purpose of inspecting S+Sour large and complete line of Gen eral merchandise Clothing Millin ery Dress Goods etc which is now ji arriving t UY Quick Sales and Small Profits Is our motto Read the following prices see our goods and the rest is easy7HamiltonBrown Shoes A good heavy working Shoo for 100 Fine Slices 100 and up D Ladies Shoes 100 and up pricespp 15 Black say Worsted Suits p sies35 to 42250-c 20 Black Cheviot Suits ilea i 25 to 42 300 12 Youths Suits sizes M to 101225 12 Boys Suits sizes 0 to 15 75 Ii 30 pairs Corduroy Pantssixes 32 to 12100lie-nsIi Heavy Overalls and Ii Jackets 00 Mens Fine Shirts at30c and up rIulBSS t All CalicoScHea-vy Factory Cotton5Go- od c Bleach Cotton nc Heavy Bed Ticking 15r 4Heavy Hickory Shirting 7c 1Ji Suspenders D- CMens ti Socks 5c tj- I Ladies Hose 5c Childrens Hose sic 7 Handkerchiefs for 25c gSuit of Underwear for lEcu45r I 50 Ladies Tailormado Dress Skirts at 300 Former price 500 to 000 each 1 tV Mens Latest Hats at100 and up iWe also handle a fine 1ne of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Carpets Matting a theIJii 16 to your interest to tde with us 16 Ii SAM BACH Hartford 7 k r tr I WOMEN SPIES Are Largely Employed by Both Japan and Russia y ChUiigo NewH In no past of the world has the art of the woman spy been brought pa near perfection as in Europe Iri Russia dashing beautiful women ti f perhapshrtveibecome underground system which appears to read thoughts as well as to detect designs At the present time the se cret service of both Russia and Japan is naturally most active and it must not be forgotten that Japan too has made use of women to ferret out the intentions of the Russian government regarding the present war They are not as a rule however Japanese wo men who are singularly unfitted for the delicate task To meet the Rus sian spy on his or her own ground the Japanese have It Is said secured the services of some of the cleverest women in Europe many of them French women and often their visi ble means of support is acting The Japanese police and military system has of course its secret service but it is not nearly so ubiquitous as is the socalled third section of the Russian police Yet during the past few years there has little of Importance transpired in Europe affecting the sit uation in the far East of which the Japanese foreign office has long been IgnorantDuring the early part of last win ter when the relations between Rus sia and Japan were becoming more strained with each successive day St Petersburg society discovered there were several very beautiful Parisian nes in the city They were not only very beautiful but charming and most of them fell in love with young offiers of rank They had letters of introduction and were warmly wel comed in official circles One night at a ball given at one of the legations one of the charming French women was present She was very friendly with R colonel of a Russian regiment and several times she ineffectually at tempted to draw him into a conversa tion the burden of which was the length of time he expected to be de tained in St Petersburg for it was a frequent occurrence for a regiment to be sent to the Far East At each attempt she was interrupted by a dash ing Russian woman On discovering the identity of the latter she knew her mission was at an end for she had been detected by a clever Russian spyIn Paris the Nihilists meet unob structed by police but their every movement is reported to the third section in St Petersburg A few years ago a certain Mille Sense was in Washington She spoke the purest Parisian and readily passed for a Frenchwomen In Russia she Is Mme Sitzki one of the cleverest of the czars woman spies In Wash ington she gave lessons in French to children in several of the embasses and learned much to Interest her gov ernment Has Sold a Pile of- Cough Chamberlains Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can rec ommend it highlyJoseph McElhi ney Linton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cold It always af fords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists Diplomacy Explained Will you give me sir a good de finition of diplomacy a reporter said to the Spanish Minister to Amer ica Emilio de Ojeda Instead of a definition Ill give you an illustration the diplomat replied And smiling a little he began There was a certain tenant farmer who waited on his land lord one morning In great distress of mind I have bad news to report to you sir he said The landlord looked up from hisI newspaper with a scowl Bad news1 he said Bad news Bad news of what sort The tenant rubbed one foot over the other and twisted his dusty cap nervously in his huge hands A terrible sort sir he faltered Your black bull and my black bull got to fighting this morning andI my black bull gored yours to death 1 hold you responsible the landlord cried excitedly and he jumped up from his chair and paced back and forth at a tremendous gait I hold you rtRponsible farpier1xf sir the tenant objected r youC5I1t Bay I was to blame The two bulls got together they fought grid one was killed That is all ther was tot How was I to barat1 It I am a Justice of the Peace slid the landlord I know the law and the law fays In plain terms that the owners of dangerous animals are re sponsible for the damage that they do Your bull killed mine farmer and you must make good the loss tome That Is the law It That Is the law Is it sir1 raid the tenant It That Is the law It All right sir I will stand by the law Butand here the ten ant a true diplomat permitted him self to smile faintlybut sir I was guilty of n slight mistake when I said my bull killed your It was youi bull sir that killed mine Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is R specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numer ous worthless counterfeits Ask f- oDeWittsthe r genuine Sold by 35 Wayne Griffin Bro BrooksCrippler met his wife in a railroad accident CrooksDid he sue the company More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave auan individual dis order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be fol lowed by utter collapse unless are liable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver and Kid ney as Electric Bitters Its a won derful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medidine for run down systems It dispels Ner vicusness Rheumatism and Neural gia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Drug gistHowellThat was a queer petition in bankruptcy that Rowell filed Powell What was there queer about I- tHowellHe gaves his assets as one wife and his liabilities as alimony for three others Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Vat kins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Every body ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggist Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free CaST BX4BMM theThe Kind You Have Always Bought 8igaataraGeraldI lclaim to be a gentleman GeraldineBut we all havent your imagination Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quanity too rich sour stomach is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of early digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse between meals and when you feela fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach may be avoided For tale by all druggists Have you read that very interesting magazine The Smart Set When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect For sale by all druggists DurEarly Risers w The famous little pills fOXTIXIMM VltOM SKCONI l1NG POLITICAL REVIEW damaged it elsewhere and the Republican party became stronger than ever before in Michigan In September iSSo the Greenback era elected the Governor in Maine Plasted but the Democratic National Committee claimed it as a Democratic victor and to secure a Novemjberthe reault was the substantial death of the Greenback party in Maine and serious damage to it elsewhere Sinn ilar disastrous results followed fusion in Iowa Ohio and other States Finally thecliruax was reached when In 1884 Ben Butler was nominated by the Greenback party for President Butler was then a delegate to the Democratic convention soon to be i held in Chicago and had the indorse ment of the Massachusetts Democrats for President I was a delegate to that Greenback convention so It maybe said that I was at the birth and also at the death of the Greenbick partyDemocrats claiming to be Green backers and possibly some honest but misguided Greenbackerpprocured these fusions It is evident that lusioi must of necessity kill or destroy any new partyand It Is but far to assume that a man intends and desires that which his acts will most likely produce In 1891 the Peoples party was ush ered Into being at Ctnclnratl 0 I happened to be a delegate to that convention A prominent Populst stated in that convention that he was in a position to know that the money power would next year make the fight with Cleveland as its leader It so turned out Events however show ed that the old serpent of fusion was still alive and he invaded our ranks and procured fusion electoral tickets in States where the Democrats alone had no chance to carry although the only effect of such fusion would help Clevelandfor if the election had gone to Congress it would surely have elected Cleveland After the struggle of 1893 I decided that the battle of free silver had ben fought out and that we had lout I therefore return to the Republican party to stay at least until the death of the Democratic party The Populist party in 1896 boldly nominated Bryan The result need not bj restated The party has this year nominated Watson and yet has fused In Nebraska and other States on a State ticket with the Park Democra cy It would seem that Bryan and his crowd ought to support Watson but they are far from it It is suggest ed that the Nebraska fusion will result in Bryans election to the Senate Such a result would only help the Democratic party could not pomibly benefit the Popollsts nor forward any reform measure I know of no Instance where fusion bas made a Populist or Greecbicker out of a Democrat but do know of many instances where Populists and Greenbacker entered the fusion camp and came out Democrats I always opposed fusion and fore told what the result would be Much more might be said in support of my contentions but I deem the foregoing sufficient B L D GUFFY Morgantown Ky September 5 rA Power For Good Tha Pills that pre potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a bilious attack I tookone Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pilllever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are cer tainly an ideal pill Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Some inquiry has been made by as pirants to the various county offices about our charges and terms for announcements in THK REPUBLICAN In answer to such inquiry we will say that an announcement for any county office is 5 cash when order for an nouncement is made Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the afiected parts is better than a plaster for a lame back and for pains in the side of chest Pain Balm has superior ifs a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheu matic pains For sale by all drug gists THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to oI your Job Printing In a firstclass manner Try us I u Je YMANLY nays s MEAN MANLY MENI E ulp your boy with a STEVENS and let him lllngIni ARMS ate lUlliiblo tiara nnil Accurate they have had these qualities since 164 We manufacture a complete line ol SHOTGUNSForThere are a few ol them 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Indigestion Nlnetynlno of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indlge lion It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol onlytraceableestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and thoheutthe heart and In the course of time that IMrtro fble and wu In a bad state u I had hurt trouble lCAUtDOcthKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all norvo1tl itraln and the heart of all pressure BottlOl only trWIzoramrod by E O DtWITT A CO OHIOAQa Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PrIcemA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It rails Trial Bottles free Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced crrunl1l11njlllrklInrvntlon Is probnMy c ininmnlot ttonarlctlyroaleden lnl HANDBOOK IAHMUS patentsIateatetve spread nntltr without disco In tlia Scientific American- A tmnilinmelr IHuatrntiM wpjklr I nreoH rlr 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irk hid ii tin t I O p A S f Jo 1t Constipation makes biliousness ee bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taking F1IYER ILlS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good i blood good digestion and will keep they bRoses in Your Cheeks 25c9Oreet4r t A O 111117 Patiola feelrI Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys J La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIETCHIIELD PHAR 4 MACALCO Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky r wq 1114 1111 1 The List of the Presidents of the United StatesI Columbia irnt and noble son The patriotic Washinulon WH choMt the chit to be Oi this great land he fought to freeFrom that lyiainic pundirin foe Whose rule hrou ht misery and woeThe ptopli next John Adams chose Thv n J ffirson to rower rose James Madison Great Britains tar And then the famous Jamed Mon roe John Olincy Adams ruled the realmFour years then Jackson took the helmAnd Kiley steered the ship of state Througl Tempests raised by trait ors hate From thirtyseven to fortyone Van Buren hell the pr ze he won Harriuonti rule came to an end In one short month and then his friendVice President Tyler took the chairAnd filled the stat with wisdom rare The next who rose to power we seeWas James K Polk of Tennessee Soon alter Taylor won the race Millard Flllmore took his place Next Pierce New Hampshires fa vorite son- Buchanan then to slxtyone Abe Lincoln loved revered by allWas shot by an assasslnns ball From sixtysix tosixty nine Did Andrew Jacksons talents shineIn the gnat office higher far Than that of Emperor King or CzarWhen next to Gant the honor cameWho In the war had won great fame Ills successor was R B Hays James Garfield who ere many days war foully murdered history says was great and good and never proud With noble traits was he endowed Arthur In eighteen eightyone Assumed the place which Garfield wonCleveland the Democrat pet The country left enormous debt Ben Harrison was prudent fair While In the Presidential chair McKinley Ohios brilliant son Wag killed in nineteen hundred and oneThen Roosevelt took the vacant placeAnd now again hes in the race May he succeed this year I pray Be victor on election day Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowell troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 4 Order Ohio Coilnttj Gotlrt Regular term Monday eptember 5th 1934 Election to regulate stock running at large- It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the Fiscal court of- Ohio county by a majority of its members has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at large in Ohio county shall be confined to voting precincts in said county And it further appearing that G W Gordon and twentyone other legal voters of Cromwell voting precinct have filed their petition praying an election to be held in said vot ing precnct at the regular election November S 1934 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters Jn said precinct as to whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Hand further appearing that Rownn Holbrook and nineteen other legal voters of West Hart ford voting precinct and W M Kirt ley and thirty eight other legal voters of Point Pleasant voting precinct have filed their petitions praying that an election be held in their respective voting precincts at the regular elec tion November 8 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in ench of said precincts as to whether or not hogs sheep goats and geese shall be permitted to run at large In said precincts or either of them I and it appearing that said pe titloners have deposited a sum suffi dent to defray the expense of the election In each precinct It is therefore ordered and adjudged that said questions be submitted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in Cromwell voting precinct are directed to open a poll at Its voting place in said precinct for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of same as to whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large therein and the election officers of West Hartford and Point Pleasant voting precincts are directed to open a poll at each and all of the voting places in said precincts to take the sense of the voters thereof as to whether or not hogs sheep goats and geese shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or either of themNotice of the submission of these questions shall be published at least ao days before said election in at least four issues of a paper having the larg est circulation in the countyaud the county clerk is directed to have print ed on the ballots for each of said pre ducts the question for or against the running at large of such stock as sub mitted in each of said precincts A copy attestM RAGLANDCOCC- By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order I Cal P Keown sherlfl of Oho county will cause a poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein named on November 8 1914 for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of said precincts on the propositions therein stated CAL P KEOWN O C Hartford Ky ept 7 1904 To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from t Luis to an Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and ov erelgn Grand Lodge I O 0 F ep tember next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to eptember 10 limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains dally Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars pedal train per sonally conducted to an Francisco Knights Templar Conclave tops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive liter ature map folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado prangs and Pueblo Col at rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31st for re turn B VAN METER Agt Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Ill on Wednesday October 19 194 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company at the close of business on Tuesday Septem ber 27 1904 who Is of full age a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the lour days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours thnt is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President oi the Company In Chicago Each application must state the fullname and address of the Stock AyersPillsWant beautiful brown or rich black Use holder exactly as given In his or her CertiCcae of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free In respect to any one holders of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACKSTAEP Secy In Praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy Allow me to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett of Eagle Pass Texas I suffered one weekwIth bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicinA without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After taking one dose- I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands ofmankind For sale by all druggists Largest Egg Farm What is said to be the largest egg farm In the world is one owned and managed by C E L Hayward at Han cock N H According to the Rural New York It has at this time over 8400 hens kept in 600 small house fourteen in each The hens are nev er allowed outside their eight foot square coops and are never fed greet feed contrary to the teachings of all other poultry keepers Each hen gets about a qnarttr of a pound per day of beef scraps gluten hominy feed wheat etc with a little salt ground shells grit and charcoal and plenty of clean water They average too eggs each during the year for which the high average of 26 cents a dozen is received or a total of 217 It costs about 117 each for feed so that the profit on each hen is about i The droppings go to ferterllze a large orchard and are a score of profit Only young hens are kept the second year they are sold and pul lets bought for th next years egg crop Only did his Duty as he Saw it I deem it a duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the well known merchant and postmaster at Wiley Ky I have been selling it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfac tion Several of my customers tell me they would not do without it for any thing Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe at tack of diarrhoea and I positively know that it cures the flux dysentry You are at liberty to use this testimo nial as you pleased Sold by al druggists Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pa cific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until September 30 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop overs with diverse routes Three fast trains dai ly from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Lonlsville Ky The Smart Set magazine will enter tain you- SportleighTo bs honest old fellow Im rapidly growing dissatisfied with my own company Jokelelirh Great Scott Why dont you marry and join some club It Saved his Leg P A Danfortb of LaGrange Ga uQered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Buckleus Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds 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Judge C K Smith City Attorney S 1 Barnett Marshal Court convenes second Monday In cnchmonth IZeliffioum Cexvicent M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month utlluin and 7 p m and second Sunday at7pni Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev WTiMillerlastor- Baptist ChurchServices held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ovary Thursday evening Kev J II Burnett pastor- C r Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Hov J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jus P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Hocker JlI B Carson Jon C IUle- yTownlrustee8Howun Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W 8 Tinsley A C Taylor C rot Gcclotlen A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 073 F h A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough lllver Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A R hold reg ular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday In each month Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you havo pain In your left side in chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you havo tainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In sleeping on one side The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Curo Is tho prescription of a famous specialist whose great success In treating obsti nato nervous heart disease has made his namo preeminent In tho medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you We know It Wo want you to provo it If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attimesbad I could not sleep half the night nUll had to sit up on tho sldo of the bed lots of times to set breath Threo trouble way but about two anta half years ngo I got a pamphlet about Dr Miles New Heart and thought I would try a few bottles After using them I recovered and havo had bettor health yearsItrouble HBV JERRY HURT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt Kana FREE Vrlto to us for Free Trial Package of Dr Miles Anti RemellytorSpecialist will diagnose your case tell ItL1rBORAfORIES i J I S i i i i I i Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 MUTIlATED BODY Ironnd on Dissecting Table of St Louis Hospital l1eath of William Hampton in St Louis Shrouded in Mystery Much mystery is connected with rye death of William Hampton o iSlaipaon Breathltt county which oc ocred in St Louis several days ago and members of his family will go at oacetothe Worlds Fair City in an effort to unravel the case Monday September 5 Hampton accompanied by J C Hurst ot Breathilt county started to St Louis to visit the fair whey arrived in St Louis at 5 oclock ffaesday afternoon According the story of Hurst who brought the re aialns to his home upon alighting from the train at the Union Depot in cSt Louis Hampton discovered that lie had left a package in the car SSEurst volunteered to get it for him raving Hampton standing on the platform in the rear of the train Af Cier going through the long line of P oaches to the smoking compartment ilad getting the package Mr Hurst sceturned to where Hampton was left Eat found that he was gone Suppofl r Ziathe was not far away Hurst did axit think much of the matter but Baiter waiting for some time for the re crnofhis friend he grew alarmed and began a search for him For seven days he starched the city of St Louis visiting all the hotels hos pitals and every pace where he thought Hampton could possibly be cTTe was finally rewarded after the tang search by finding the dead body of Hampton in a temporary hospital cs a dissecting table under the super vision of some medical students Mr rSarst immediately took charge of the j xtdy and started for his Kentucky rowe The dead man is one of the west prominent business men in the mountain section of the State and I his mysterious dtath has aoused the people ot that section of the State as well as in his home county and every assistance will be given the family to- ferret out the mystery WANTED Industrous man or worn auas permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look after Zta business in this county and ad t ointngiterrltory Business successful sud established Salary 2000 weekly isud expenses Salary paid weekly torn home office Expense money advanced Experience not essen tiil Enclose selfaddressed envelope eneral Manager Como Block Chicago I OASXO XAMetre theih3 K You Have Always Bought gnat of Wo- I iI I Order Ohio Boilnty Boilrt Regular term Monday Sept 5 1904 Election to regualte stock running at large tt appearing to the satisfaction of ihe Court that the Fiscal Court of C hio county by a majority of the members composing the same has frttetofore decided that elections toI emulate the running of stock at large iz Ohio county shall be confined to roping precincts in said county and It further appearing that Cal P Xeown and fortysix other legal votes ofSast Hartforl voting precinct W A Clark and twentyone other legal voters of the Sulphur Springs 7sting precinct J L Ralph and entytwo other legal voters of Ralph I ting precinct James Ashley and I lirtythree other legel voters of 3edA voting precinct Ben Newton i 011rlutcrdItventjrfive other legal voters of Ma inn precinct J H Loyd and twenty Voher legal voters of Aetnavi le pre j instjE F Smith and twentyfive jLer legal voters of Eartletts lujl VMI Carter and thirtythreeI 1tcr legal voters of Narrows voting j recinct E H Quisenbtrry and R6iityfour other legal voters 011 Scst Fordsville voting precinct 1 Newton and sixty other legal vat I ei3Oi East Fovdsville voting pretlnct j jr l Tal lor and twentytwo other chat voters of Herbert precinct and T R Chapman sad nineteen other t gul voters of East Beaver Dam pre j duct have filed their several petitions praying an election to be held In their respective voting pecincts at the regular election November S 19 4 for the purpose of taking the sense ot the legal voters in each of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run nt large in said precincts cr any of them and it appearing that said petitioners have deposited with the Ohio Court the sum of 500 to CountyI expense of the election in cinct it is therefore ordered and ad judged that said question bs submit ted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in each of the precincts herein named atfeach and all of the voting places in said precincts in Ohio County Ky for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question whether or not they shall permit cattle generally to run at large in respect tve voting preclnets Notice of the submission of this question shall be published at leas- twenty days before the said election in at least four issues of a paper pub lashing in said county having the largest bna fide circulation in Ohio County And the County Clerk i ordered and directed to have printed on the ballots for each of said precincts the question For or against the running at large of cattle in precinct Ohio County Kentucky naming the precinct upon each poll book A copy attest M S RAGIAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the aoove order I Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio County will cause a poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein nam ed on November 8 1904 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters ofsaid precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts CAL P KROWN S O C Hartford Ky Sept 7 1904 CAPIZ P I- August 13 194iEditor RIWUIILICAII send my thanta to you for a bun die of papers Yesterdays mail va1 General Blanco from Hollo Is my first malt from the United States though Ive been here forty days in the Islands All things seem to come- flooding like our long delayed rains of this week For many weeks the bright green banana leaf bss pointed to skies of purest blue and the glaring sun has poured down her blistering rays in scotching defiance of the anxious pobre rice farmer Let us hope the rains have come soon enough and rain enough for the planting of rice We are having some encouraging interest in our school work but we need more energy in the fields as pueblolofAugust to take charge of the public school of that town and to supervise such barrio villagt schools as I be able to There establishIer in Dumalog about six weeks You may guess I will commence near the bottom in the work at that place J C B e Notice to Trustees- I have mailed blank election notices to each district in the county Ow ing to a failure of the State superintendent to furnish poll sheets I could not mall out blanks to a part of the districts until the first of the week Elections should be held on Saturday October i 194 in every school dis tract JAS M DEWEESE S C S When You Buy Spoons knives forks etc buy reliable brandy even if they do cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROS is the tamp it insures genuine Rogers quality famous for wear everywherenormakers Into national Silver Co Meriden Conn I HALF NAKED WOMAN Roams About in Union Coun ty Subsisting on Corn B elieved to be Wife of Henry Lawrence who Left Home Four Weeks Ago Morganfield Ky Sept 2oFour weeks ago Mrs Henry Lawrence one of the best known women of Uuion County suddenly disappeared from her home situated in the center of a large and fine farm She left n note to her husband saying that she hadon the spur of the moment decided to go to Evansville to visit relatives That she was going from Evanavllle to West Plains Days and weeks passed and the anxious husband received no word from his wife She left behind several children Letters to West thetfact that Mre Lawrence had not been to the home of her relatives County Judge Clements of Union county has receives the following let ster which it is believed throws considerably light on the disappearance of Mrs Lawrence- There is great excitement in the Unloutown neighborhood over a wild woman being seen in the thickets and woods You know Mrs Lawrence acted rather strange before she left and this woman has been seen just about four weeks I think this matter should be looked into Several claim to have seen the wild woman and say she is almost without clothes Her tracks show that she is wearing on one loot the shoe of a man and on other a womans shoe In the lest day or two it is seen that she is only wearing one shoe They tracked her through the corn field where she gnaws corn Several of those who have seen the wild woman declare that she resembles a barbarian of the dark ages That she is about the stature of Mrs Lawrence RENDER Harry Dlnkleman of Chicago was here last Friday Dr Harry Fulkerson optician ot South Carrollton was here last Fri day Mr W S Tinsiey of Hartford was in our midst Friday Mr E H Gwynn and son Freddie were in Beaver Dam one day last week Miss Lucy James and Willie James were in Beaver Dam last Saturday F O Allen ws in Hartford Satur dayProf and Mrs V M Moseley wire in Hartford Saturday Robert McDowell left for Herrin Ill last Saturday where he has gone to work W J Mercer visited in Central City Sunday Miss Lillie Mae Filuiore came up from Central City Sunday Miss Agnes Main of Bowling Green is the guest of her brother Mr Jno T Main Ed Barrss of Taylor Mines was here Sunday McDowell Fair and Dee Williams were in Hartford last Sunday Ed Mossbarger of Louisville was here yesterday- Dr Jesse Everly of Ceralvo was hereyesterdayEverett of Beaver Dam was here yesterday- P J Quinlan of Paducah was here yesterday DeWItts H=a Salve For Plies Burns Sores A wonderfully true picture of the contrasting lives of our own South west and England is given by Lloyd 0 bourne in the October McClures in the story of Glaas Eyed Bill That worthy the scion of a noble English house wanders through the United States reckless and dissolute until he finds his salvation at the hands of a girl on a California ranch Then come the claims of family and the past but love and the present win and you are glad of it y He Knows a Good Tiling A workingman writes to the New York Press saying As for Demo cratic soup houses of 1896 I can bear witness for I fell from SI7 a week as draughtsman to selling clothing on Installments was out five snout s I learned the lesson of my life that fall and put in my first Republican vote for McKinley and prosperity Today my wages are 30 a week and full time all the time FOR SALE Wo havefor sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address THK llKivnucAN I w 11 K ti1 FOURi ff Indianapolis Peoria Chicago i And all points in Indiana i and Michigan I Cleveland I + Buffalo + iNewYork J I I And All Points East IInformation cheerfully furu I on at City Ticket office BIg Four Route INo 259 4th Ave or write toIS J GATES i Genl Agt Passenger Dept IIlouisville Ky I THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Try usi of s and nimblest fingers have been at come new are sale To it best expresses but feebly a4t It harvest of from our cus and + look at for I Misses h We Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Normal School or four months in any business i department the Bow Green Business College I If you are going to school call on or address the Republican for Schol arship Rea1- ESTATE 135 Acres miles north ot in good state of 85000 123 acres near in good good build I Ings i 20000 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good good houses good I barns acres fine river land miles fromI 2 20000i 40 acres 31 i miles from Sulphur I 32500 145 acres sj miles west of fine land good 1300000I83 acres fine creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land 3r5 acres fine river bottom land near fine state of cul tivation iSS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at All the above are Titles S A Anderson in Real KY in in us on of of Can You Figure 200AwayTO OF Carson 8 Co HARTFORD KY How votes will be cast for in Ohio county at the election this year For the one who can guess the number or to the number of Congressional votes cast we the following cash SecundI GuessS Fourth 55 each r1otal20000rw For each worth of of Co a will which will the to one in this Congressional con test will be decided to the of the election will at to canvass the vote No will be out after BeII better CARSON Co Inc Work as good best prices as cheapas cheapest Give us order convinced Fall Styles Now ReadyA surplus collection of the newest of the new for wean leach season j we try to surpass our former showings by we have now on L display a more varied collection fall in former years T ment in our great is filled up uptodate Merchandise which is sure to your requirement it heing a complete representation authoritative 4 fashion for the approaching j Fresh the Worlds Fashion Centers Where tho brightest brains work the style Hats which now on say is our showing the tempt means a ideas which tomers can garner to their hearts content Como Fall Hats La r and Chil dren have ling 4 Hartford cultivation Rockport condition I70 upland 65000 1115 6 Rough Hartford Springs Hartford Muddy 166000 Rough Hartfordin cheap Centertown ands bargains abstracted Dealer Estate HAUTKOKi be and f y ClothingatYou have to buying a Overcoat are the man wowant to see 1Ve know wo are sholin thenn 0nhave anopportunityofseeingobo- ught j fuptodate fabrics in and any J suit from us is sure to perfect satisfaction the it remember wo 7interest up children Suits Overcoats Bring them to we will send them happy Shoes AVe have sale one the largest and most attractive line mens womens and highclass dependable stock at the most satisfactory prices Given1 rtSTOMKISS many Congress November ntarest correct gifts First nearest 5000 2500 Third 1000 500 Next Guesses 200 11000 dollars goods bought Carson ticket given entitle holder guess contest The according decision commissioners who meet Frankfort ticket given your chances as the and the your be autumn and unusual efforts for than any livery depart store with meet every season from dies II begun think about new Suit anda new und you that host attrac thc line you will only durable this line you buy give for price paid for Mothers take special fitting boys and and and home Shoes now chil drens Shoes More have FARMERS We have just unloaded quite a quantity of the Horse Shoe Brand of fertilixers Drive your wagon to us and get the best tho market affords An fiother f nr of Old Hickory and Tomifissfift Vagons unloaded last week See the Superior AVheat Drill before buying a Drill EP BARNBS SBRO Beaver Dam t J1c p s p r r 4 Airy t it tl- r r r 4i