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TllE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN f L Fine Jab Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OmlOF lIE um IITIBfDVIIB CDIIBEIWJijIUIICf1 Subscription j I a year 4YOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 19030 No11 p ItAT rHE TOPI 1taftaCb the tel hqIt iVftl But ma ia flugnds atol1lltaUaatdd IhulIcrUlctd Idt IT tOlu 3Aman tail suc 1atronzlfht1ttdl a ii ladlcutloa appetiteriaslll ear dlulncllI- pOta beta the plpltaUoa a7 or an 01 thue towukntll1t n Mtdj= Jtarethe thou publlahtogYor shoet two yean I eurrd rum a yvy 8ectdHalInN a lIea embr OIltmrdl wlthoul age IwaotarneIanchoyaaa4 ocnplloa flame bar month ago a rrlead DtacoryjsAfterellClt that I ODthIUtd the Thedidge I hUD hII thouMudAdvlserI8OD rtcer of 31 ont etJt ltatape to pay e s Vl1uce WeakHearts Are duo to ineittODNlnetrdn ofen17 one hundred people who have heart trouble lndlgction onlyate3Uon Alt food taken Into the stomact which fells of perfect digestion ferments and thoMutthatdaUcalaII1IdtoMehboobi tohit KIDfsttu WWYII Eat and reilevdi th6 stomach ef all ntrtolll JIatraln as the rtof all preUwa- 8otll cd tlOO Sh JdJJr 2U11m the trlII 1114 wllkb III lor Oc Prpar bpI 0 DWITT It 00 OHIOAGO Cumber1and NEmTelegraph CO neorporated Tbirs nothing the matter with my buslnesrt 11 hut the Cdmber itnil In my teaIitte and pisecuf hucIrees My buieiiaiIo- citiied and mtwtle a coke laC urv er htsi4 to rrumhtt kbnut the felt phnrtYclufI1ot1lvlce indj- entIewanh entilietfilon- C PNOWk1Nanr- p H S ROUGikJiiRlVrftTE1IAO coY1 MxjIiIao8taII I r T kItlnvdllltfrtn1 ItCC1Info- u ptrprtx home rnls htrJIUcah htty your tiwo ihoue- nnt hnl1l1 our own Ittec ui4 he III i tllUCllllr tthtaer will the vhIt 01211- j tyaodhuIiUltA prllnh 1 tierMty 11- I ooh pytng II rt 8ro edit to th- iItuuh River Telephone Cotpn ur they will ije It the whole expense II- r tlrM1fW cdnnect with ill In depei44OrnPaflIeS For pnrtlcu f hits call on S Manngr Hartjij Kr I I ffORDS1I4cKDRAUGffhI THE OREAT- IMILYf MEDICINETik- edIOrtII DlackDmugb haa caved bill for mora than Ycethe common fam II alhnentiuuch as constipation IndJllUon hardcoIdsbwelcom and fever biliou- sHreadaohes and other like no other medicine ii teta t invigorates nnd ptiMt1Me ketlon oL the kidneys tirltUTeIIOUl atQmaob dixlnt chills kIdIOOf1O condpation1 dnb1e nili tiitiai d Every drug imiuor4s BlackDraught- In2 t lIciei 1oo Noer accept a substitute Insist on having thChattnnoogiMeaLcine ibeJkw fltdoeTs BlackDraught- Is tM but medicine on Cat4h It Ii dfor My and Vttthlflg I have shmlfredtwehc childrea sad for yura them tt foot and with no dotter blt lIek- DfIItIII J GReEN 1tIcwa La I I 4 DEMOCRATIC fAIRNESS The Appolntmenttof EJection Officers In Bourbon County 1st oftli Republican Commls stoner Ignores bV the MuleMajorlty Paris Ky Sept28 That the muChbOUtd aliness of the Democratic County Boards In appointing Republican Qffictrs of election spoken olin the Lexington herald Is not In evidence In this county may be gathered from an Inttrtfew with the lion II Clay Howard the Republican Commissioner or Bourbon county The County Board met September 7 saId Mr howard end n sub cotumlitte was nppolnted to name eight names from each precinct to be submitted to the committee on or be ore the Ith dllYo September Sep tember 8 I had on Interview with Sheriff Wallace Mitchell Democratic Chairmen of the board and agreed with bluf that the practice heretofore obtaining In this county ahquld be followed end that each side should select Ita own ofilcers of election After this understanding the sub committee did not file a 1at of names but II nt or officers was made out horn the names furnished the Repub lIenl1 officer by said lubcommlttee When the board met and organized the Democratic member of the board B D Marsh prcacntcctperIUe lists ci eltctlon officers tor bothaides and moved that they be chosen as- oIDcera or election for the en suing yed The Republican meDl her then reminded Chairman Mitch en of the agreement he had with him whereby each aide should name its own election iofflcera and ortitwith presented a nstoc names o Republic sue having the Qualifications of 0- ficeraol eltctlon Chairman Mitchell wheel chaiged with having brpken the gretinent merely am lied and re plied Well clalmln he had entered Into no such agreement but had merely talked It over the Demoertic member announced when their arbl tary and unfair action wee protested against bY me that they hAd the power and proposed to use It Z then left the meting declaring I would not countenance any such proceedings on behalf of the Democratic majority to the broad ClO thcRepublicans thue appointed two W L Collins or Parts And Wit naru Sparks of Centervltl are octo- genarlana Another Postmoster at North Middleatown another so deal that he III pufit to trnBAct any bust nei another who upon Inquiry was found to be unknown to any of the members prezent another a orsemnb absent from home with his horses and who It ts known will no- be pustnt Qn regItrstloti day and two thltdl of the balance were men whom the Democtlltlc members of the board know would not unaer the drc- umatancea serve as officers of eke lion for Republicans Hue then Is a sample o the much boasted Democratic flrness In appointing contrary to a previous Agreement and over the protest of the Republican ut the board men who either by reason of their Infirml ties Or obscurityor absence are unfit to serve and men whom they knew could not and would not serve As the Republlcana will probably nomi- natea local ticket In Bourbon and give the Democrats hot fight It will yadi1y be observed from this unfair and underhand tactics that the Dem otratsmean to take time by the lore lock and leave nothing to chance A Perfect PaThless Pill la the one that wilt dense the systew itt the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure head ache and leave a good taste In the uinnth The famous little pius for doing such wrc peas utly and etfecti- uall are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lifayette md ssy- All other piliI Ihave used gripe and sicker while DeWItts Little flatly Rtseraare simply perfect Sod by Wayne Griffin Bro t1l- I oa X CnX Amthe1KYoaKiiAaiiePt 8pItVa 1I of I Owen on Beckliam MAJOR W O Owen who a low years ago loft the DemocratIc party and who ia one of the ablest speakers In Kentucky baa the tDllbwing to- BY of Bome of the Democratic graf ten IuEvery private citizen who dilles to oppose the unscIpu1ousgunufbiol hers that now have the State by the 1 throat Is denounced und hcuadrd by ewlsenceatuey a candidate on the DemOcratic ticket took tt upon himself to declare that I was a refugee from Scott coun i ty and also tQrepeata false sad lan derous change cDucernl c inc made by Senator Goebel In lila caulse oi- GovCznor On the dafafter Goebcl t dette charge I proved by the z cord that his statement concerning his own record was untrue and denounced his IItatemeud concerning rue lu terms that he would not have submItted to hId be felt that he was telling the truth lie had eence enough owever to refrain from re lenhigt8the subject again and It re maIfledfthtcwpt au4uturiti I ed uiind OftcCbesneyto revaai the miserable falsehood I exhaust the capacity of the English tongue to say of him that a more deliberate falsifier ora more brainless charlatan never robbed the State in the name of the Democratic party Latter at Georgetown a Little Boy Blue from Bardstown who If the laws of the State had been Impartially enforced would long ago have ben ISOld for vagrancy and who has been named by the Democrat al thelt candidate for Governor Jor lack of an to answer crItcisizs of his adminietra Lion saw people to repeat the charge sndadd that I had beefl guilty Df ruining the young men of Scott cons ty and was a refugee front the moral people of that county I waive the fact that every man who heard him knew that the charge was untrue and aGaurdor tin IIpeople oScolt county only a year or two before had given we the most en thusiftetlasappoit la myriCf for Con greaatbst any people ever gave tp any luau white the Republicans of- Scottcounty this vry year compll- meated me by casting the vote of theIr ouuty for me for the office of Governor Whether those honors weret1l1erlted is not for me to say but It mUst be left to the pele of Scott who paid them ud have known m- pf5 echlldbood But waiving all thl8 what must Ute people of Kentucky thlak of thisI creature who holding the once dlgnlI fie office of Uovernor answers charges agalut his administration alter this fashion The cause ofhiIre was my statement that I did sotbelkvfthat Capt Calhoun got aU dfthrI71q o allowed j him as commission by Gov Beck lIa The GoveraoribrutilUrsde wilt be accepted by rlghtthlnklngI people as a plea ot guilty entered for biselfby himself S Beautiful Comptexins Are spoiled by using any kludoflI preparation that flits the pores of tile akin The best way to leCurL aoclear cotnplexLon free aWaUOWDe8I Jlivedoes ol HerblDe wilt cleanse the bowls regulates the liver and ho stablfsh a ctearkeatthycomplexion SOt at JtH Wllllama mr The Great SchoolS The Southern Normal School andJ BowllDgn Business College d two el the gLe43t s hoolp I their kind iq 1he South During the yearI just cl08d moretbs tooo g students matrkulatedaudtbe generate manager or the Institutions now cere twiltThe institutions are megn1ficent s equipped an4 the work Ia thoroighlyh organized A magnificent s boarding home lB now being constructed Speclallata are Inchsrgeoj the various departments and the Jn siltation lu high clUB and thorough t The Normal Schools operates of Law 1- Mnllc Ulocuttoti and Qratoy iedg ogy Preparatory Salentific Scientific and Classic course The expenses for attending the schOol are very low The Business College does the finest work of any oCtbe South In se curing lucrative poaitoos lor its l worthy gracluttes Address H H Cherry BowHu Green Kentucky Catalogue audjouroal free ytober IS to November 30the Rock I land makes an exceptionally low rate Pull information may be had by addressing OD Bacon D P A Ir1JJ w Constipation 1 c Au all y1HtIHRS au Results of IY4IestIa1 1tlatet r MlttfjOR CARLSTEDTtSI GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mesh l4ed If yen es not pisd IikrH1tkcarM1bHuM4 w1 110 10 Mru i ackftapeo1atnteetc1 r Irwu Cermea 7ItPyitDat oc4 e5w4 S1U f Itt ia4 MIJ curse p jIrn 4Mtc4M PHARiAcAL C4 iIwo I I p r PAPA CAME TOOTJ4T 1o Preveltt MarrgeO Elopl1Ia gllt r Ray Addington and 11IeeReid from Smallbous0QhioqUnty came tQ the city 4n baste onbpres back Wednesday tor the purpoa 1 gettJg rnarried No time was west edInIiavlugtbe tagged horses stable heD they reached the city anithe young people were just as prompt hI hastening to the county clerks office where a license was procured The nearest marrying officer was next InquIredor and Weir QrIffiIII aDd wIll Day answered la chorus cfore conservative Jim Taylor bad time JO ask What did you iayl In a fet seconds Esquire Rodman was pro nouncing twain man and wife Then hurried ootatepit were beard la the conit hous cqridorap4 Reid of a few moments before but Mrs Addiugtotl sow looked arOund In an agtttedAwy Sure JeII911gh was her other William Reid whl had riMes la baste howbla hem to pre veig tb rrig a1tfktrgJaOe But he was too late It was hard fur him to realize it but upon fatherly Jim Taylors and Esquire Rodmans assurance that he was only little too late he subsided He was not reaiy yct toirnparqlis potcrualJ ii- ediction but be quieted down and while he tolll his troubles the young people stepped oit and went to the f lrOwenlboro Messenger w Do You WarittO Yawn Peel cold thivezjngacbiug In the bones lack of energy headache an- dpe depreuioiZ TItHe syinpatorna may befollowed lIy violent headache- bigk1ever eztremef vqianqi ia- coadltlon It before the disease lets a bold throaghitwili woika care Is any stage j A Hopkius Man cheater Kan wrltea 1 have uHd your great medicine Herbine for aev- erai years There is nothing better for matatla childs and fever head aIltJe biiouaasssaud1qr a bloodpu JIIPI toiti thert nothag as od socatH Williamat In oa zh5ftxa a Attoruys F1ktM- eaeaO E P Tiylerand R 0 HIWhI4 a ight ta eat Court this morrilitg The Z T Perkins ditch case was n Mr Hill addressed the court and aid certain order had been made udge Tylor spoke later and said hat the order had sot been made Mr Hlilt ached Jgdge Taylr ifhe meant to Insinuate that he Hilt hId ade statement sot bora oat ytlle Judge Taylor repeated that tbe order had It Jeetirsade Mr struck Judge Taylor In the face- udge Taylor at once consisted and rew blqod Judge Haskisel k plikis dfgnity- sdtner ly prerapi blt1ct J o Separate the mea who had elltlc i d tsren e WeIlp qeorgJJe l in4he belllgerenls Judge flaiklb I barplyreprIsnde4 MrJliIlaa at said that he Intended to enter fine ro co telBPL II PJ ItIpa t- enger OnIYaYJryEewPMbHb fiit It Is notposablefor the proprietors o publish more than a very few of urneroue letter race vedht pals leli hambeilains Colic Cholera and DlarrhO Remedy and telling of Its remarJcabte lotrYt Tht cote frQtI peoplclpeverr Watk jp life and room every atateJn the Union The follow lag Thin Mr T W Grathouse of lattsburg Ga speaks for bimaelf I would have been dead now but for the use ofChOmberlains Colic Chat era and Plarrhoea emedy It curd me of ckroni dlanhpea ltLt seven ears 01 sufferIng I can never ssy reiuedyPorsale A Successful ScbooltThe Bowling Green Business Col eve Bowling Green Kentucky iv a- very successful school Its success hal beenwon otdhe basis of merit atalolu and ml information sent 0ques MennoJl AddrO8sH H BowUngGreeno- rnlya Liquid Cream Balm fa a old rieadiua newform It Is prepar for the partisular benefit of suffers from nasal cittarrh who are used to ati atomizer in spraying the diseased 1einbranee Alt the heallug and soothing properties of Cream Bam Ire retained in the new preparation OfCream Balm are retained Is be- DeW preparation It doss not try up tbe secretions Price Including- Ipraylng tube1S ceuls At your druggsta or Ely Brother 6 Warren Street New York will mall n 1 F I Cases ontued The Paducahews ays The care qrmirc was today continued until the u next term on account of the defendan having been unable toappear on ac couut oran lujuredartn He was Injured lu a street car accident several weeks aioand his era has neve recovered Hianow liv lug In Lqulsvllle and It will be re- memberec was charged with utUug Mr Gart proprietorof the Inn board- Ing house rstill Tbey Come Henry Quest the shoe dealer who lives at loS6 Zlxth street hBi re- aouncedemoqacy and declares that ke1lL yote t Rpul1can ticket Mr Qaaathaabecn rnentLoaed as a candUatean j1e DemocratIc Ucket but he dectarathatbewou1d not ac- ceptg nominatIoua the hands of that partyLonIav1JkieralV MAGAN KY Sept 2rThere will be a debate Dt this place Pridsy nIght September 25VA protracted meeting will begin at this place Sunday night September 27 Dro Rice will conduct the meet Iig Bro Bob Bennett preached at Beech Vallpy8undayI Wn Rentrow and Julia King Wayne r Stephens and N tia Reurow and John Baker and Effie Wlmsatt attended thurc at Beech Valley Sunday Mrs tzzle Midkiff who has been lick I better at this writin- gMiss4vetta EmmO and Cova rtght have tnade several trips to Dundee where they are having dental work done Messrs Jim Coppage and Ernest Mnfett made a flying trip to Breck enrkige county Susday- MiaaLula Keeuan one of the our chatmlpg young ladies who has been la treckenr1dge ctunty some time wa inrled to a Mr Mortono Mar Iabnrglast Wedne day Iuee Leta and Versa MIller and bro4ber Zoo will attend the State Fait Saturday Willie Taul Lena Miller Allis Wimealt nine Shrove John Baker Yet Mm8 dHfiieWlmsatt all attended Sunday SchoOl at Deanfield S day aUIYagon CASTORIAPar Infants ad OJillth- rNe KIM Ysi Have AIwajsIibtB- earsthe g2tureot 4- VS- 9ne faro plus r the round tn to pqlpts n Arkansas Indian Tetritory Oklakoma Texas 8nt New via Rock Island System Tldket on sale the first and third T4sdaya of each month Let G D BaopDP A clnclunnttlO tell you about 31- FM OhlofColntyr eicber 1 N JarufglD treasurer of the- Okq County Baptist Association Mi- scBoard la holdIDpr tract dmeetV sat Maxwell commencing Jast- jibday The services are being held n tent there being no church at mt There are large couzre- ga ions and much encouragement Is- oftrcd the evangelist nother pro ratted mee lugwH1 i e beldd Green ondSundaylnII Master Commissioners Sate Ohio CIrcuit Court Kentucky WORLItY Jlalutlff VS VV N JTiiozrAs c DefendouuI By virtue ofa judgment and order ohale of the Ohio CicuitVCourt ten deed at the August term 1903 In- tbe aboye ease lot sooo with Interest- at the rBteVof six per cent per anurn from the 22nd ilay of May ioo nu- Ul paid 4nd f28 pcosta erelll I wilt offer for sate by Public Audroa lit tbe qrtiIou4oor Iu Hartford M n the 5th day of October 1903 abut one ocloclcjin upon a ctedio3aIx rnontisthe following described Iropertytow1t A track ot land In Ohio county Kentucky lying on the waters of In llanCalupCne1r beginning at a stop where Robt Slmplol1s line croal the Morgaptown andSlnxlng- CrtckJirJJ1ellce N 8SJi W with the no3nghw Hue tp the corner tlir laq oaks and one hickor- ytbcnei 15 E to a stone on the Veat 141tjoJthe Morga toVDJ98dS- QDJorr1 lmpo1 corner- tbenc with aldoad tthe beginning con taming 20 SCISB more or less or suffi clout ther toprqdncc the sums of- tnoney ordered tobe made Thepurchaser will be nquJtedto execute headwlth approved security lthmediateIyaferaaleV Thisjad day 01 Septerner 93 ROWAN HOLBROOK 0 Muster Commissioner Heavjjn Wooirad4ttorpeys TO C REt COLD tN NE D V- Iak QItulne TabMte Jill RW 800FOR AVPARDON That lathe Serious Charge Madl by MrSpelgbt li Speech Princeton Ky Sept 28J C Speight Repnblicitn nominee or Sec retary of State and lion W p Thorne Democratic nominee for 11cc tenant Governor helti a j liit debatl here last week Mr Speight was Introduced b Deputy Collector William S Jones li- iashoit address aiMing that from aU indications he introduced the neal Secretary or State rovlded he WIII not hanged by a Dcmocrsticcourt Mr Speight took tkestant aid for one hour and a qusrttriticlsc4 9V- Beckbamln particular And the Dem OCrAtic party In general He showed GOVVBeckhain as the only shavlr ul SpAnish war clalmso all the Govern ors In the United States and showed up his abuse of the pardoning powers Mr Speight stated that Coy Peck ham pledged himself to pndtn a tuRn- in Graves county convIcted otmur der who was servIng a ttriu of ten years In the Eddyvitle Penltentlarr for th sum or f80 to be paid Into the Democratic campaign fund 1oi- rSpeight further stated that ht defied a denial from Gov edtbam and it he did so would prove the truth of the assertion by Democratic authority The enthusiasm was great and at times Mr Spelll1t wal forced to watt hr the applause to cease Cot Thorue was introduced by WlrdHeadley Cot Thorue made a characterletkDeniocratic speech In the course of his remuks he stAted- in referericeto the murder of Goebel that he bad never been able to make up his mind as tt who fired the fatal shot whether It was Youtsey Ir Howard but whoever it was should be hanged and as to Caleb Powers he belIeved he convicted himself and that it he was elected Lieutenant Governor and tl he was called onto pOse on a pardon lor Powers he could not say whether he would let hIm hang or not Mr Spelgbt replied to Col Thorne- In a thirty minute rtjoJlnde After he cloned hundreds came up and Ihook hl hand Among them were Democrtta who said they would vote the Republican tlcketthls lftlI A Reliable Institution The Bowling Green Business College and Southern Normal School Bowling Green Kentucky I In every way and reliable Lnstitutioo It never tesorts to unquestionable methods to secore patronage Catalogue and vII Information sent on reqneat Mention Course wanted Address H H Cherry Buslnes Manager Bowl lug Green Kentucky An Effective ShIe4 War In 1898 drought In 1901 strikes and slumps in stocll In 1903 sOd yet Protection enables us tQ weather them all without any apparent dlftereuce In our proeper1ty bfLyderomances In Lippincotts MallZlne Is the penname of amember ofa talented family which has given Phllil delphla four or five nuthors In the October Upplncoti therefa a charm lug lovetale or Charleston S C over this name called The Adven- turea of Amaryllis The way Wllrrld Stenels clerk got his wealth and joluedthe smart set Is the theme of a complete novel by Prederic Reddale in Llpplncotti for October There Is as much truth sa poetry la the transformation Didnt now While we are on the subject of the Powers Jury It would not be out of place to add that telllgeuce of the Jury as a body was clearly shown by fact that after listening to all of the testimony and arguments for lourI weeks they were not able to- gIsh the plaintiff from the defenseaud In writing theirverdict Said We thjury find the plaintiff guilty anti fix the punishment death Now the question Is did the jury mean that the ptaintifi which is the commonwealth was guilty of the tofl- epiracy or did they mean that Powers was guilty but didnt know after having listened to the evidence and arguments for about tour wee s that he was the defendant If they mean the former surely Mr Powers should not be punished as he Is not the pltn till If the latter we believe the public will agree and say with us that they were altogether too Ignor4nt aid to sit In judgment upon the life or liberty of any of their felloW men Georgetown Seutlna1 JA PASTORSWIFEo She Suffered for Years and Felt HopelessCured Peruna 0 Lvi tocentLviheadquarters at Osloabnrg IlL WI for theroIwas WoaloysuUniversity Is a letter written tram 401 ixty- soynath street W ChIcago m Ura- meharty says the following Ia rOgant to PoruniHavinglivod syery acUv81Jte as wife and working parmerot a busy ndniafr- ray health failed inc a few years ago I lost my busband about tho samOt1mo and gradushly I seemed to IOO health and plr1 My daughter Is a confirmed Invalid and We boils felt great neod of an inylgoratorV lion of my aehbors a4rkedMeto tryPeru811 A bottle was IswasedIaI- eb secured and II Krest change took place Imy fllIulllter as wcIH III- my wa health OiapNssp- r0vetl Ve greatly dIeitkas- eemed muckhelped as4remtfstlskep- soon lproYed us so that we aMmod lib sew womefl I woulfl sot be without peruaafor AFk1urtTWhat used to bo caned teJBa8 dueby the medical profession Lu IIOW called polvie catarrh It hu boon found by experience that catarrhal eiIot the pelylo organs are lie cause of ostcaes of female disease Dr Hartainawasamong the flrstof- Amerfcaa great phJll1cau to make this discovery Pot tort years ho hIIbOOU treating dJeeaaea uJJar towoitien and long ago he reached the cOnclusion that woman entirely tree tram catarrhal atfocUon of these organs aabject to female disease lIe thereforCI bepa using Penm i tot die e t1sad- foind it so idbitrsbly adapted tokeuIpermanent euro that Pervna haa now become the mod Vfszou remedy o female disoisee ever W KnitWhere the women rOUMng it iadprats lag It Peruni I 2161 pAlUaUT8 aim I1 cure byreInovIag U ii of teOVdJ DrlIartuiaD 1iprobably eared more women ot temato Dm IIIUai n oUerllT1ngphltckL11e i AiIeec- ores ilaiply 1iiia4rO Os- eLngi nln- 1Women J M Wen pS Men c l Are tade 1scbIeby Kidney Troubl cIj5GQuraI inV cent one You by ChrfulnlllS soOn parwherth kid out of order trouble has so prvalKline IHICOmmeB Child to be bornI d with wMfc Itkohil4 urtn tot bei II thi uritkfl uwh t OIiii4J reaches an ago should be ibis 0 control the passage ffilcledwlth- bedweltlng Itth MI ef the dlfllcullyla mlIana and ih first al should Ic the JreatmentCJI thesn Important t trouble Isdue to a condition oftbc- kIneys and not to habttss most su Women u well are made eraWe wMb kIdei bkddr tttubJl an4 both aced great rio aiid diate rfectol SwampRoot la It isSGId by druggists alzes n sample bottle are freaiso mpbet tell JIoo log all it ncludtng mAny f tlNt ai1ds or testimonial fetters i556ty- frOnt5uIfererzeured IOnttltlrOr Kilmer Co Dlnghamton N Y tc stirs and mention thlapaper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kllmera- SwampRoot i4drVnbaniol1 N VVWOtt ver bottle- DAVIESS OOUMIY- ANKTRUSKTOOi 1 a Cash Capital S50000S- toaIihldrAddtI LtablIi4y 15DOO- BOaantn FadirCstomrsIO00- 00nti reotv4 pabjee to Mek Costa DOWq to spooII or elltok oat au osa be- doae 1l1lI1 la1I4 oc time u5 paR CENTtorwuIoreoDr-ortllor Jntnt botrIDlIdlcIrO- aUor wtatortertOarpsr5misrs T 5 AXDEE1OX1FstJS5 CU1qO11ELTIO r4 JstretjMornphIlTOflflWTIf5iS If suffered for several years with hH ache broughton by nervous proatrst1o twopdg irttthinthiy home as a wc1eoseoju tt- Tlthfft se4 three ahor months I was Ute another othsu t DaTe h6weofitp- erfecJalthfOver ooJ eir 0 aevho1trsEetherMM11nerDoOraOiiV wrt8aal 4 L X 7VtWill trrble nfterer troIIi Ioale wcaknese ud had tM headaelre attan- eltlr I was not able to do niy housework for atand I rLe- yol and 1knedlliT onditkuaCat is pouibo Toir cocnmiaded Ir Ot- I eeptetolydlb rKX1inerI lfT lEetVr TJiaL Xl KaMIi rWPentze T oM M1NIu 70ndOflOtiIer1Tepromprvldsa4fadtoryiaOlti J W iIiwDr11at gtYWi n- fii QbeJleaaedvies graMs c P1i 4114 re Dr lIartlaaa Pretil4etit W OeWoWe41 i tie lEstifii DO YOU WANT AFARMn joiJ1iIgDenVct arm in goolcoik1iti6i Good bulldingsj kiiIs Of fruits On of tli iiie t4 l Ifarrn ill OhiocouJ1 X1- I Ihave some srt1O OQGoodI I 00 t19Js rout J1il lOiJh of lIJttfQrgorl cnditions and barganV135 acxLfQUrl mili 1or1- iofHaitfpr for 8OQJii g4n- dLion Good bui1djgVo p- Ifyou wnnt to buY or1Is- ee m- oS i A AniErs9nD- eaer in Real EstateiII- ARTFORI1 iy The amount of nuw attoo Intbe tltnlted Stqalic3W1- 1o or nearly 3d pdcaiiis96 the sum was onlyzo6ooesbe owl a I gaI o QY 9eat IUoYoiTQtWj4IIs almost deadly alter effects IjERBINEIs purely Tegetalule and olutotyguaranOO to cure nuLlarhli sIck and all stomach kIdney awl liver cozuila1uts TRY IT TODAY J 50Centsm fettleAll DguggIate- HSaJ byJJ WIlIIans Iiartfor JPNft Isia = AMMVagaaLWwJ IIIIHAti III T VVV oJ Groves Tasteless ChilET iu HaJIMIIOIIITt U h 5 J 4 i VVVV VVV 4 t4 Hartford Republican Genedbrrho llnrtlordtnbltsbingComInnrdtaooaraarso C r HlITUJnraxzrrssozrrs3 cuznbl 433ou-ch3121FRIDAY OCTOBER 2- SpakiiigRepublican Hon E T Franks of Qwensboro will address the voters of Ohio county at Fordsville Saturday 10th and at the the7following her 12 Speaking begins I oclock p m M S Ragland Chmn EM Woodward Secy TIlE Democrats held a primary election in CovinJton and Kenton county last Saturday and the Beck ham crowd carried oil everything IN the event that Mr Birkhead should be elected Circuit Judge T J tlUih boa been slated for the position of Master Commisaloner under him and his daughter Miss Mary T Smith has boon slated for the POS- Ition of official stenographer and F L Felix will no doubt be Trustee of the Jury Fund Dunnw Governor Bradleys term as Governor of Kentucky there was paid out of the stale funds for assist ant Attorney Generals fees the sum of fl048G03an enormous amount you say During Governor Beck hams administration there has been paid out na aBS1stant Attolnoy Gener als fees the sum of 81047579 This amount does not include the 87100000 paid to C C Calhoun nor the 81800000 paid to the same individual Them are cold business proposition and if you want the fie nances of the state taken care of you should vote the Republican ticket r FREE SPEECHFREE PRESS IItho tactics which aro being resorted to at present by the Democrat machine and administration at Frankfort had been attempted ten years ago in Kentucky a revolution would have resulted The passage ofan election law to prevent electrons the triumph of that infamous law in the seating of persons as State officials who had boon defeated by the people in an election hold by the DcrnocraG has bred an arrogance which now seeks to cast into prison thoso who may dare to criticise this set of mco stealers In short they have inaugurated a cam paign of intimidation A death fiin- tence for Caleb Powers The bloody bones of Goebel carted about over the Stato Reporter Washer aBSnult- ed at the State Capital for prying in to the pardon record Editor Allison andreporter Riley indicted for daring to mention the wrong doings of ono ot the gang The principle organ of the machine threatonint every prom inent Republican k the State with Tom Campbell Bob Franklin and the Franklin county grand jury These are some of the main planks in the Democratic platform this year the main ones with which they hopeto win this election It is a condition which should cause every true Kentuckian who is a lover of the right and a bates of the wrong to hang his head in shame We have heard more than one Democrat say recently that these conditions were injurious to the busi ness interests of the Slate and that they expected to cast their votes for a different party this fall May the Lord increase their number dally and hourly e AS TO QULlFICATION ETC The Hartford Herald this week raises the question na to the qualifica tion of Mr Birkhead for the oflico of Circuit Judge and makes some statements in regard to certain law suits in the Ohio Circuit Court which were practiced by Judge Morrison- Tho writer of the articlo in the Herald is densely ignorant of the facts or deliberately lied about Judge Morris son The proprietor is supposed to bo a lawyer and if his candidate for Circuit Judge endorses the course pursued by that paper in regard to Judge Morrison then ho is not a competent man for Circuit Judge The facts about the law suits mentioned in the Herald could have been learned from the records ill the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court andan examination of thoI records show that Judge Morrison gained his point in each of the law suite and his contentions were upheld by the court in each instance The HeraldhavlDg raised the ques lion and stated that Judge MorrJsoll wan not known here na a lawyers baa caused us to examine the records and yearsMrin the Ohio Circuit Court and in of them Mrl8rs Glenn do Bingo didI practically all of the work whilo in the same length of time Judge MorI risen hashad four suits by himself The Herald called Judge Morrison a young man from Owensboroele when in fact he II older than dir Hirkheali and has had moro experl- en co as a layer and according to Demncrutin authority Is a much bet ter lawyer than Mr Birkhead Mr Birkheads record in the courts of this county doe not justify the assertion of the Herald ROCKPORT KY Marshal Brlatow arrested Tom Deck codnctFulkerson and fined five iolJr4A- lRrshnl Dtlllow altemptal to nr test Hubert nakrr who la badly wanted by the I C R R Co on the charge of entting one Oltll mndllcl orl several mouths ego Baker wan In company Kith hays oennlntlll both had revolvers Ihllitw nltcmpt- ed to arrest thttu and thr rl slnlrl He knockel Dnnls down att1 toil both gunanwa rom them hut Kite a struggle both eacaped Mr Gee E Burtlttt agent for the I C R R Co who Ilea been bonul Ing with his wtte and daughter at tht Layton Htel has rented the Bill property and moved Into same Miss Vallle Atchlogton of BwllnlZ Green le the guest of Mr and Mrs D F Gibbs Mrs Laddie Abslety of St Louis Is vIsiting Mr and Mrs Vtrgel Wal den- ALEXANDER a KY Mr Vlrge Stevens who was stricken with paralyslp Is better Mr Noble Dodson and wife Hop kips county visited Mrs Dodsons parents Mr and Mrs Jasper Patton last week Mr Jasper Patton has moved Ma family to Beech Grove where he will accept a position as mallbearer Mrs Henry Simmons Dayton 0 visited her parents Mr and Mrs A W Mills last week Mr Eugene Stowers left last week for Indiana to spend the fall and winter with his grandmother Stowers Mrs Edwards Mr and Mrs Henry Iler and little son Floyd Champlain Illinois are vIsiting Mrs Bees mother Mrs Palastlne WebbMrs Laura McKenney andson Cecil visited relatives at Sutherland Friday Saturday and Sunday Messrs Sam Ellis and Port Stowers attended the Sate Fait Friday There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incura ble For a great years doctors pronuonced It II local disease and prescribed local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced It Incurable Scl ence has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease acd therefore re quIres constitutional treeatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cherry Co Toledo OhIo Is the only constitutional cure ou the market It Is taken Internally In dosu to drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system They offer on hundred dollars lot any case It fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F y Chery Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75C Halls Family Pills are the best L- ERIEDALAND KY Sept 29Farmers In this section are about through cutting tobacco and makIng molasses Mr J R St Clair who has been confined to his bed for the past month with typhoid fever Is conva lescentMiss Nora Doyle of Leltchfield visited friends In this community the last of the week and attended the State FaIr Rev C Jl Coleman will begin a protracted meeting at Cane Run Octo ber 12th Mr and Mrs Jl Strasburger of Grayson county vIsited Mrs Stras burgers parents Mr and Mrs J O- Saudbach Frlllay and Saturday of last weekL L Hoover and son have enlarged their store at this place and brought on their stock of goods Quite a number from thIs place attended the State Fair and all report a pleasant time Mr Loe Pemberton of Rocklaud Warren county Is here visiting friends and relatIves For a pleasant physic take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by J H Williams m NORTON KY Judge J P Miller of Hartford was In our community Friday MIss Bessie RIchardson returned from an extended vIsit at Taylor MInes Herbert Patton returned home last week after a seven months stay in IllinoIs Supt DeWeese vIsited schools In our community Monday Mr Van May was In Harford Saturday William Daniel who has been quite low with typhoid fever Is ableJ to be out again Mrs James T Mills Is quite ill at this writingEDr nD Pendleton Hartford was lu our community Monday DUNDEE KY Sept 3oMeasra Sherman Smith and Willis Coppage were In our town Sunday Mr Wm Royals barn was destroyed by fire Sunday night Large crowds from here attended the State FaIr last week Mr Clarence Gentry of Narrows t and Miss Cora Nabors of Dundee were tp 4 Judge W Scott Morrison whose picture herewith pre entedls a resident of Owensboro where he has long been one or the foremost lawyers He was nominated by the Republican Convention at Owensboro on September r for CIrcuit lodge of the Sixth Judicial Dlstrlct Judge Morrison la a christian gentleman and when elected Circuit Judge he will be an honor to the Judi cIary or the State He Is thoroughly competent to fill the office and no one In hIs party or out of It has ever accused him of being Incompetent The following Is a copy of a resolution adopted by the Republican Convene tlon of the Sixth Judicial District of Kentucky held In the City of Owens born on the 1St day or September 1973 URnsOIVRD That In the selection of one to fill the nonpartisan office of Circuit Judge the highest public Interest requires one whose knowledge of the law and capacIty to administer It In the courts are not questioned or open to discussion and we therefore present to the voters of the Sixth Judicial DistrIct as a candidate of the Republican party for that office one whose qualifications have been recognized by all classes of the people ablil ty capacity and learning will cause him to rank notonly with the Judges who have occupied the bench In this District In the past hut who will mesa ure up to the standard of the Judiciary throughout the State We nominate W Scott Morrison or DRvless county for Circuit Judge The Owensboro Messenger has the following to say of Morrison The Messenger today announces the candidacy of W Scott Morrison for the office of Circuit Judge In thIs the Sixth Judicial DIstrict of Kentucky Mr Morrison was riot a candidate but received the nomination when the Republican Convention met here September r He did not ask for the office but the office sought the man In this Instance Judge Morrison was born and reared at Pellvllle In Hancock county Kentucky In 1853 and is there fore fifty years of age lIe was admitted to the bar In i8j8 and located at Hawesvllle the next year About ten years ago he removed to Owensboro where he has enjoyed a good and constantly growIng practice married at the brides home Thursday The work at the mill Is progressing nicely under Mr N W Skaggs Mr J nllls Mitchell was In our town Sunday on business Mr Robert Dever has returne home lifter a long vIsit to LaRue county Tho Salvo That Heals without leaving a scar Is DeWitts The name witch Hazel Is applied to WitcheHazel Salve Is the only Witch I Salve made that contains the pure unRdultered witch hazel If any oth er Witch Hazel Salve Is offered you It Is a counterfeit B C DeWitts In vented WItch Hud Salve and De Witts Hazel Salve Is the best salve In the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind bleeding itching and WayneI6- CENTERTOWN KY Rev E W Coakley and wife of Beaver Dam visited the amity of Rev Y P Drake here last Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed II James of Select visite relatives here last week Miss Emma Morton has returned hour Beaver Dam Virgil Brown and wile ot Pt Pleasi ant spent a few days with weekJames Curtis of Dawson visited his daughter Mrs T F Balls this weekMr Shacklett of Meade county Is visiting hIs sister Mrs Drake Mrs T II Benton Is visiting her husband who Is engaged In railroad work In Louisville Our teachers meeting here last Saturday was a success In every sense r TAYLOR MINES KY Sept 29Mrs Murray Hudson who has been quite ill Is out again Mr Albert Leach and wife visited tn Beaver Dam the first of the week Mrs n G Barrass and little son Maurice Mitchell visited Mrs Bar tans parents Dr L J Mitchell and wife Beaver Dam last week Mr D F Hudson and wife spent Sunday In the country with friends Mr Guy Stateler was out ot town last week on business Mrs Charlotte Taylor has returned home after an extended visit to relatives In Owessboro Mr John Smith Is reported convalescent et this writing Mrs wllliamiPorter Is also improv- Ing The social at the home of Mr B F Hudson Saturday evenIng was quite- a success A number of BeAver Dams elite were In attendance be ides quite a crowd from here Miss Annie KIncade Beaver Dam was the guest of her sister Miss Minnie Sunday Mrs Dettle Thompson and children visited Mrs Thompsons parents Mr and Mrs II Martin last week Prayer meeting Is largely attended on Wednesday evenlng at the RchOOl bell and much success reported Most from OUt town are anticipating attendance at the Fair one or mart days Dr J J Mitchell volle and daugh- er Miss Jessie were guests of Mr end Mrs n G Barrasa Sunday I our Tongue Iu Its coated your stomach Iis bad liver is out of cleandI your Tonguc cure r epsla make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2Sx All drunlU 1Yan17urmeurteeleorbanlalwatUutTown BUCKINGHAMS DYEq skera- e e1 0 Dwown o R P NLL Co L N N New Goods at Narrows We now have the nicest line of Dress Goods and Millinery we have ever purchased Our Millinery Department with Miss Effie Shreve In charge cant be beaten lu OhIo county Miss Shreve was reared la Louisville bat ties spent a part of her life In the county girlbut todup with the times and onto all the new styles Dontgo farther than Narrows If you want a nice Dress or Hat Very respectfully Renfrow Armendt Co- Galnod Forty Pounds In Thirty DayS youngrbrothergestion He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them We ppr chased some of Chamberlains Sto mach and LIver Tablets and he com thIrtydaysflesh Ill Is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets LongBranchllama m A 5000 Suit lfmmmm GIVENAWAYIf poison buy your goods from us from iioty until tho end of tho year und got a guessyat- the length of time the l3Iq CANDLE will burn Tho first person to guess the exact number of hours or the ono guessing the nearest to the ox act number of hours the can dIe will burngets the Furni turn Each dollar spent gets Ono Dollars worth of goods and n guess It costs you mnyboopen to all cash customors Como to see us and got moro for your money thou you are offered elsewhere CARSON CO 5 HARTFORD KY E P BARNES 8 BROBEACER DAM KENTUCKY e mm I l Mw m Millinery m Goons Trimmings l m M Mi Wm M Furs The keen interest accorded our New Fall Things the past week by early shoppers deprived our ad man of an opportunity of extending to the public an earlier invitation to visit our quarters to 4 see the Mammoth Preparations we have made to supply their wants in the correct things in every departmet of our store You are invited to visit our store and willing hands and glad hearts will take pleasure in showing you the most diversified and elaborate collection of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ever shown in this county 7 DRESS GOODS In Wool Dress Goods we have Quito a colleclioll of the newest conceits shown in the most fashionablo headquarters oUho country Yehaye them in the most desirtblo weaves nt tho most rensoiuablo prices This stock was selected with the idea of pleasing the woman of small pursb IS well S those with an unlimited buk account SUITSSHOESHATS For Men and Boys selected from the best stock in the coun try with an idea of STYLE Durability and Low Prices It cost nothing to look mid it meiuis a saving to you if ypu buy is of is to in in bo is to of is is th is is is of bo Our the are of in Al O itsales the past on the of lio lour is t on now the f aus is see the of our in of L 41 a 4 w rl lust our and feel who fine and in their will at once the to be from 00 our have from many last as will be sold at The very of fine ING is the are of finest of Mel tw tons and are a few of our t s i give if idea of our many and J 300 This Suit made the Union Mills black and white and most Suits quality and equal to tho best Must seen to 500 This is a It not net talk much about knows the great green this seasonrlhis the same ask for 850 this a 85O dark blue Stratton that should meet for a stylish Suit ata small cost i you dontJ find ovary thc fist tOSQlct and got n rare 150 IAL Two in this line a and other a Either theso please you ifou want a nice stylish Suit at a smell cost They cant boat atS the price MilLINERY Superior for Autumn Season ready for the critical inspection awry Im1y this COUty to the fn this Department wekand- the compliments received Product lrimmers rknow that line beyond STRIKING SHOW OFWOMENS GARMENTS We have sale won orful exhibit of Yom stylish Wraps Funts and Skirts Everybody urged to call and greatest oflbrts history tho display Fashionable Garments at reduced prices E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Ky CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY 21 NEW STYLES TO SELECT FROM 21 ALL LAST YEARS GOODS AT CUT PRICES We have received FALL CLOTHING confident that men appreciate Tailoring StYle Quality recognize benefits derived immense stock We TWENTYONE New Styles to select years goodsgood newthat greatly reduced prices height TAILOR selfevident while materials the grades ChiviotsCassimere Thibbets unfinished Chivwts unfinished Cassnneres Below Specials whichwill you slight Styles Bargains SPECIAL Cnssimere equal 500 style beaPPrCciated SPECIAL beautiful greenmixed Cassimore essayY this Everybody popularly quality othorpeople 750 SPECIAL beautiful Thibbet demand nice this bargain yBo bargaint SPE Specials Ono Douglas Ltho Nethorwood greenmixed ssimore will Selections cording reproach most Clothes besides 1250 SPECIAL fi 4Woolenmixed unfinished Cassimoro These arc extra bargains arid r a are sure to bo appreciated i rfc 1000 SPECIALS iMeltonboth beautIful 1250 styles that should please xho moet fastidious buyer 9 J800 SPECiAL lTwo special styles in this which you should sea before l r paying 1000 fur the snino goods olsoWhoro Ono is dark lMIllstBIG SPECIAL Jthoart a i greatBargainsij I Jho Coats to all the Stdits doscribedabovo arofiados Iiil finest French facing inside seems all piped All rho pock- ors 1 are faced wIth lhCla fho Coato are wallp dded t1ioreugllly shrunk and troll shaped rho Pants mall the bother grqdes trio motifs with the patent french extensionaistband l lie Shits are all cut br the latest Enstern pattern and t are guarylltec arrest as to fit finish and fabric i t lhis adortisementciUli S with it no execgGerattons of vnalues A porsonal examination is all that is necessary to cont 4 vuico you that they are Bargains ilOnO bo found vlsovi lion tY 5heEconorny Di3t Goods Stoze f- b I JUST A WORD TO YOU ADQUT OUR- NEW G 41 + FALL ifijODS 111 lWu have used tho utinnsl uuru in selection Bought 41ntC1 thu lowest possible cash price and now have our C1 Bhelvcs IcMiilvil with tho list tho market nfl rIs Wo 1C irdially invite you to wo our stock Wo will then domnnstiato the ilHHuvnco between CASH BUYING fcj 111111 CASH SEr LING nnd CREDIT BUYING and C1 ORKD1T SELLING Cl tIo 41 j ReadyMade Skirts 4 Only 348 for instep Skirt allwool Molton with 1 straps saturn piping cording and buttons This is a tIo stylish anti neat garment comes in Navy Blue and = Cl Black tho kind you usually pay 500 for Cl 1A Cl Woolen Dress Goods it Fiftysixinch heavy black Melton for Skirts tho it J kind that most houses charge 135 for only three = Cl yards to Skirt our prico 100 per yard Fortyfourinch Zibilono Garnet Green Navy = Drown n111 Castor the now fabrics fbr the coat jlUits Cl 1 a yard everywhere else our special prico to you li JOOa S C1 Besides these specials we are showing tho Veno fc liana Granites Scotch Mixtures Etc at astonish Cl ingly low prices I Cl 0 if Cl J Millinery Department ff3 Our opening wnsn grand success Hats the prot wayiJ 4cf you are after tho latest follow the crowd to our Millineryparlors You will bo treated courteously J- S at all times fc 1 Z Ifi b t Trade at Bargain Center b e i E- Cl tIo w w Hartfor d Republican I FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 i City Restaurant Mr EMIl Ebu lever Read DavteM Co Bk Trcad1 Nice hot Lunch at City Restaurant at all honi- aMasterPan Rlngo is thought to be convalescent Freab nerved In nby style at City Reitinrant I ItblDgMr J L FMtuerstone oi Louis vile Wai In town this week Mrs J6hu G Ke wn who has been been quite 111 is improving City Restaurant la he for i Oysters FUb Celery Prult8IMrs Jftb Thomas Walktflijive returned from Lontavtlle j Nicest and Irephet line of Cakes and Crackers In Hartford at City ResI taaranf TheeHtorp Mr C B Smith who I baa beea very 111 ol typhoid fever Is i better Measrs Elvis Rogers and Geo Thomas oCM Henry were In town Monday Mrs J F Vickers and baby have reo tsraNtrom a visit to relatives Owentboro atI I o cents I Eight cents a pound is whata young woman paid for twelve pounds of fleshIShe was thin andve k and paid one dollar for a bottle of i Scotts Emulsiofl and by talc ingregular dose had gained twelve pounds inweight before thebottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freei SCOTT fe BONE CiiiwisTSi 49 Street4 kew York i soc and EKQO alldruggists 1 r Dr IL A Carson of Corbln Ky la the gnest ol relatives and Irlends in town this week D W King Ia at IOSTItOPATUYDr Examination and tf Insurance la cheap and a fire la expensive Moral Insure your proper ty with R T Collins the Insurance man Miss Nettle Andersoa returned Wednesday from Colorado where she has been visiting her sister for five months Mr R T Collins has succeeded W G Hard wick in the Insurance repreIUttleImen you CARSON Co IWebave school shoes of all sizes and descriptions Will sell you one pair or one hundred pairs as you like CARSON Co IWe bought 20 dozen pair rants worth train 125 to 300 which we are offering this and next weeks at 100 per pair It you are In need oI Pants ask to see this splendid lot CARSON CoI Wehave just received 3 cases ol Blue Pound Prints 40 yarde to the bundle which we are selling at Jioo You had better come quick if you want to get a bundle CARSON Co IThe Floating StudIo in now at Hart jrduntll January i 1904 Our prices on many ol out better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give its a call before going elsewhere Our stock was never more complete and our customers are coming thick and list If you want the oick and choice of the worlds beet yonhad better geMn line Come quick CARSON Co I The winter weather Is now ap proaching and the time ior fires has I arrived So be perfectly serene and to I feel secure irota fire you should Insure your prpperty against loss by fire See R T Collins the Insurance agent He represents the best com panics IHon George W Swoope oneoi the oldest members of the Owen boro bar died of Blights disease at the city 113Ione and form several weeks his death barbeea hourly expected The body was removed to an undertaking ea i Ubllihmeat and prepared for burial after which was taken to the home o- i Mrs W JL Hughes daughter o the dtteHed if Mrs Geo Wahl Owennborrv Is via ingher slatero Mrs G H MaUne s and MrsJ F Vlckers Hon George Babrr RrpuMlcm nominee for Commissioner ol Agtl culture was in town yesterday Dont fail to visit UB this week while attending the O tin County I Fair CARSON Co Wefrf Irom the pBeM that Ohio county has Buffered considerable at at2 with some very destruclive fires iulinuM be pr tccted against loa by fire hy insuring your property with R T Collins the Insurance man The bent pollclts written add protection guaranteed The Newsboys Band ol Louisville has been tarnishing music for the FIr this week and have given gen eral satisfaction to the Fair Company and to the public The Band is camoosed of young men and they are a jolly good set oi young fellows and have made many friends while here The following named gentlemen com pose the band R C Haensser Walter Lee Oma Metiers Jan Walters Mike Ridge Arther Spels Eddie Spels Paul Lawrence Robert Law rence Chas Festo Ben Hawkins Arthur Scrana The girls of Hartford College met last Friday afternoon to organize a Literary Society which will meet every Fridayafternoon atfour oclock The membere enrolled are Fannie Render Casale Riley Mary Keown Pearl Thomas Katie Thomas Willie Smith Hettie Riley Erne Render Winona Stevens Llllle Miller Iva Taylor Hattie Barnett and Irene Mil ler Miss Fannie Render was elected President Miss Pearl Thomas Vice President Miss Irene Miller Secretary Miss Mary Keown Treasurer Miss Cosflle Riley Marshal Miss hattie Barnett Critic Miss Iva Taylor Janitor MortonGarrett Mr W E Morton and Miss Price Garrett were married ut Ceralvo on September 29 Mr Morton Is a mer chant at Ceralvo and is a very popu lar young man while his bride la a winsome young lady and is very popular In her community We join with their many friends and wish for them a long and prosperous life e OHIO COUNTY FAIR Opened Wednesday with a Large Crowd The Ohio County Pair opened Wed nesday morning with one ol the lar gest first day crowds ever seen at the FairAll the stalls are folio stock the Floral halt is crowded with exhibits the races are the best and today and tomorrow promised to the biggest Fair ever held here The new company has been push lug theFalr bnslnesaand deserve great credit lor the success 01 the Fair The rain yesterday morning cooled the atmosphere and now the dust has been obliterated and everybody can enjoy the good attractions without interruption Yesterday was a record breaker in the way ol a crowd A number oi people came to bear Col Belknap speak and to attend the Fair p I COL lELHMP SPEAKS A Large Crowd Greets Colt Belknap at the Court House Yesterday The Ohio Connty Fair Adjourned During the Speaking Col Morris B Belknap spoke to a crowded court house yesterday at 1230 A large crowd had come to town to meet Cal Belknap and to at tend the Fair and It being under stood that Col Belknap would speak at the court house the Fair stood ad journed unUlBlter the speaking and the large crowd marched almost In a body to the court house Promptly at 1230 Col Belknapwas Introduced by Hon M L Heavrln Republican nominee for commonwealths Attorney and the vast as semblage cheered to an echo Col Belknap took up the contest of 1899 fpr Governor and showed that Governor Taylor was elected Govern or ana the Hon John Marshal was elected Lieutenant Governor and re erred to the action of the Nelson county election board wherein said board refused to count the vote ol Beckhams home county as cast at said election and how the election In the city of Louisville was declared valid Intbe Democratic Legislature as to the race for Governor and declared Invalid as to the Inferior officers In order that all the Democrats for the Inferior offices could be seated The Colonel spoke at length on the condition oi the Ken asylums and the penitentiary aDd showed how they are being run un itDemocratic nile Gqv Beck hams1 iirdeh record wae take up and the Colonel showed hew Jo Ra leigh who murdered allttle 14 year oldgirl had been pardoned for politi cal effects He dwelt on the question of a pardon for Caleb Powers aad said aachquestlqita would be coesldered In the proper way when properly presented and he scored Gov Beckham for maklnjCa campaign on the ques tion e and liberty of any In dividual He paid a glowing tribute to the manhood ol Kentucky and In closing called on the people to rally to the Republican standard and a glorious victory awaited us In the Kpvember election ColIentertained by Cot C M Barnett f ZION M L HHAVRIN The above Is a very good picture of Mr M L Heaviln Republican nom thee for Commonwealths Attorney In this District Mr Hravrln was in town last Saturday and renewed many acquaintances he having lived here a abort time about fifteen years ago He made aXlot pleasant Impression and was assured by party leaders oi his full strength The Clarion as is well known does not gee with Mr Heavrlna poll tics but a fair expression on his mer- Its would compel ns to say that he Is a young man ol exceptional ability and one fully capable of filling the office with credit and honor He Is in strict sense ol the term a selfmade man Studious and painstaking Mr Heavrln has worked his way to the top of the Hartford bar one that stands second to none in Kentucky in ability He served his county four years as her attorney and we have been told that his conduct in office was most commendable If we are to have a Republican Commonwealths Attorney we certainly could not hope or expect to be served by a more gen tlemanly or honorable citizen than Mr Heavrln Hancock Clar- ionNOTICE We will be at Hartford Saturday October 3 1903 to buy Mules and Horses LAZARUS PORTER S a BrownCampbell- Mr John Brown and Miss Oma Campbell two ot Ohio countys most popular young people were married In Owensboro lost Saturday where they had gone to attend the State Fair The bride Is a daughter oi Mr e R Campbell living just below town and Is an xcellcnt young lady while the groom Is a prosperous young farmer living a few miles east of town There were no objections to the marriage by the parents pi the young people but they thought to- dd some romance to their marriage they would marry while away from homer S S S E 0 Ross Dead Prof E O Ross a former resident ol Hartford and one oi the best known young men of Ohio county died at Monesseen Pa Monday of paralysis Prof Ross had been sick for some time but was thought to be getting along very well and his death was a great shock to his family Prof Ross left here several years ago and since leaving here he baa been engaged in school teaching In Which profession he was very success lair He Was the eldest son of Chris topher Ross who died several years ago s WHITESVILLE KY A crowd of young folks attended the dedication at Deanfield Sunday Mr p H Haffey has g6ne to Lou Isvllle alter his fall stock ol goods Mr aed Mrs Holt Pate and mother Mrs Phrona Barnhlll Providence Is visiting relatlvesbere- MI88esMary Wedding Anna Hickey Lula Bowman and Martha Kitting attended the State Fair Friday Mrs J A Wedding and nelceNora Wedding of Hartford visited relatives here last week Mr Estlle Beeler of Calhoun who has been visiting relatives tere re turned home Monday Mr Frank Brooks of Owensboro visited his parents Mr and Mrs A P Brooks Saturday and Sunday Mr RP Wedding and Austin Ramsey attended the State Fair Fri day Messrs Jno Clark and Clarence Williams of Olatlon and Miss Bertha Nave and Eula Barnhill and Mr Tay lor oi Habit were the guestsof Miss Tula Bowman Sunday Miss Anna McBrady has returned from a visit to Owensboro ACure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Dldnot enjloy edtlng until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured meMrs W W Saylor Hllliard PaNo appetite lose of strength nervousness head ache constipation bad breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured jthe use of Kodol Kodol repre sents the natural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known propertieslstomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros m You should call on ft- C Taylor the Undertak or when in need of any thing in his line He can furnish a burial outfit on short notice at a very moderate price i ROGRSRHNOlDS Romantic Love Affair to Have Pretty Ending Former Editor of The Republican to Wed Ohio Countys Most Popular Young Lady on Oct 21 V Cards are out announcing the mar rlnge of Mr Lon Rogersof Milton Ky r to Mia Jessie Reynolds of Fordsville Ky The Invitations came not as surprises to the many friends ol the popular young people for at the first romantic meeting their mu tual admiration seemed to be nothing less than love Mr Lon Rogers comes from one of the best families In Ohio county He attended school at Mitchell Ind and afterward completed his education at the National Normal University at Lebanon Ohfr Taking an active Interest In public affairs be became the editor of THE HARTFORD RRPOB LICAN and at once became noted for his bold and tearless attitude on all public questions Preterlng the quiet of business life he became identified with various banking Interest organ Izlng banks atCampton Wolf county and Milton Trimble county In ad dition to being connected with several other banks he is the cashier of the Farmers Bank ol Milton He is not only an energetic aggressive successful business man but he is also a splendid type ot the hlghtoned moral gentlemanMiss the bridetobe is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Jasper Reynolds Although nature not unkindly endowed her with the rarest gifts ol beauty and intelligence she was satisfied only with the highest achicvmenta In bellesl ttres and the finest of the fine artaShe was grad uated from the Logan Female College at Russellvllle both In the musical and literary coursestakIng the de gree ol Bachelor of Arts and winning first honors in her class She is both a social and literary favorite wherever she is known PLANS FOR TUB WEDDING The wedding will take place at high noon on Wednesday October 21 at the Baptist church in Fordsville Rev TJ Ratcllffe will be the officiat ing clergyman The maid of honor will be Miss Nancy e Smith of Fords yule bridesmaids Misses Hattie and Kathrlne Griffith ol Rnssellvllle and Myrtle Johnson of Fordsville The best man will be Otho Fowler oi Kuttawa groomsmen James M DeWeese and Sam S Cox ol Hart lord and Arthur Smith of Glendeane It la to be a cryeanthemum wedding and little Misses Marion Adalr and Irene Smith will be the flower girls Dinner will be served at the home of the bride to the wedding party after which Mr and Mrs Roger will leave over the Texas railway at 320 p m They will be at home In Mil ton after October 25 THE REPUBLICAN hastens to join in the universal and spontaneous con gratulations Mothers Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms oi worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It la the chlldrens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 250 at J H Williams m BaltzellWhite Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Mr James Baltzell of Arburn Ky was married to Miss Florence White at the residence of the brides lather Mr A D White on market street In the presence ot a few friends and relatives Mr Baltz ll was formerly a citizen ol Hartford and has many friends here who extend congratula floss to him oh winning the young lady of his cbolceThe bride was reared in Hartford and numbered her friends by the score They will remain here during the Pair and will then go to the home of the groom at Auburn to live Callon A CTaylor for anything in the Under takers line Coffins any size or style furnished at a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour a S lilt Goes Right to tho Spot When pale or Irritation exists on any part of the body the application olBlllards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to the spot1 said an old man who was rub bing it In to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tennha writes I have used Bat lards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be a fine remedy for all aches and and I recommend It for pains Cains throat and chest 250500 and i oo at J H Williams m a PirtleWise- At the residence ofMr John Leach Sunday the 2otn at 4 p m Ira Pirtle and MisflIrtne Wise were united in the holy bonds of matrimony In the presence or a host of friends and relatives Rev G J Bean pronounced the ceremony These are two of Ohio coBntya most prominent young people ana they have the best wish es of a hofltbf friends andjelatlvea e tNew GoodsCheap Goods i tWo have just returned from tho City Markets whore wo hayo purchased big 3 r goods for tho Fall Trade consisting of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boot s2 fact4ir bigjtfy 3 r CLOTHING Twentyfour Mens 4Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to CO ftft elsewhere 500 s Twenty Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 10nt 250 olso 4where 125 Glens allwool heavy Suits s all colors sizes 35 to 42 at 450 else whore 750 Big assortment of Pants all sizes and colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to tt 250 Big line of Boys Suits all tF prices s2SHOESHmniltollevery Shoes Wo would like to give you more pricpsbut as our space is limited wo ask the public to call and our stock buy their Fall Goods from us i you Yours for trade tSWi1BO Hartford Ky O Ofa t pi t t t i Opt O VARIIK TO TBPATEIB I or ono of my Deputies will be at tho following named placeson the dates mentioned tot the tho purpose Of collect ing taxes I desire to givo every taxpayer in Ohio coun ty an opportunity to pay taxes in tho precinct whore toIpay on tho dates mentioned below or hero at my oflico in Hartford in tho meantime are likely to find their property advertised on tho first of November with all penalties and costs attached Ralph Wednesday Oct 7 Hefiin Thursday Oct 8 Bnford Friday Oct 9 Beda Saturday Oct 10 Sulphur Springs Monday Oct 12 Bells Run Tuesday Oct 13 Olaton Friday Oct 9 Horse Branch Saturday Oct 10- Baizetown Wednesday Oct 7 Cromwell Thursday Oct 8 Wys x Monday Oct 12 Rosine Wednesday Oct 12 Rockport Wednesday Oct 7 Centertown Thursday Oct 8 Ceralvo Friday Oct 9 McHenry Saturday Oct 10 Smallhous Monday Oct 12 Point Pleasant Tuesday Oct 13 Narrows Wednesday Oct 7 Shreve Thursday Oct 3 Trisler Friday Oct 9 Fordsville Saturday Oct to Deanefield Monday Oct 12 Herbert Tuesday Oct 13 Magan Wednesday Oct 14 Taxpayers living in East and West Beaver Dam precincts can pay to Beaver Dam Deposit Bank and those in Fordsville and vicinity can pay to Fordsvillo Banking CompanyCAL P KEOWN Sheriff Ohio County Ran a Ten ThroughHis While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part ol his hand I thought at once iof all the pain and soreness this would cause me he says and immediately applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by J H Wit llama m Evangelistic services at Rochester Baptist Church Rochester Ky con ducted by Dr T T Martin The meeting will begin on the second Seedy laOctober preaching rvlcet in the afternoon and evening and will continue through three weeks You are cordially invited Come then and bring your friends to Ho Loarnod a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the same thing over and over again John Wes ley because once telling is not enough It is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to re sult in pneumonia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale byj H Williams m LIVERMORE KY Sept 30Mr R E Williams and wife returned from Dawson Springs this week Mr Williams is thinking of moving to Dawson Miss JLula Cox who Is suffering from an attack of malaria was unable to teach Monday T R Barnard Is in Louisville this purchasing goods for the new firm of Barnard Tlchonor Co W 8 Trunnell is contemplating a trip to Southern Texas Green River is to have another packet to take the place of the Cres cent City W 8 Morrison and 14 Heaviln 7 1 J 1io 4 OVERCOATSA splendid Beav or men pair guaranteed L25 La lies Shoes 1 Big lot of Chindrons all prices JACKETA 12 Jacket for 9ra 10 Jacket for 8 an 8 Jadkot for 5 And so on down tho lino SKIRTS A 6 Skirt for 425 a 5 Skirt for 375 a 4 Skirtfor 250 a 3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt for 100 Childrens Jackets at all prices rr thoroforp examine and 02 money week ACTAYLOR Undertaker I have just received a full line of Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of tho latest pattern and stricllyuptodate I have procured tho services of Mr Wallace Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open day and night Calls answered on short notice A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky candidates lor Circuit Judge and Com r monwealths Attorney respectively were in our midst last week mingling I with the people and both created quite a favorable Impression- A party passed through here Tuesday en route to the Rough river locks where they will go In camp and later take In the Hartford Fair- E O Smith has returned Stain his trip in Northern Indiana Arthur T Beard ol Hnrdinnburg slier taking in the State Fair Owensboro spent Saturday and atI day Jere with his brother Dr Evan Cannon who has resigned as bookkeeper for Smith Bros has ac ce ted a position as traveling salesman for W B Belknap Co Louis villeDr Wm Stringer the dentist will soon locate In Madisonvllle This leaves a splendid opening for a good dentistMr and Mrs W P Hlllnman of LouIsvHlehave returned home after several days visit to relatives at this placeThe McLean County Medical So clety meets here October 3 and all physicians are Invited to attend Misses Anna Duncan and Berta Robertson oi Centertown have re turned home alter several days visit to Mrand MrsCharles Ashby They were accompanledby MIsS Georgia Sosh A Cough II I have made a most thorough trial ofAyers Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap points J Early Finley Ironton O Cherry Pectoral won t cure rheumatism we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But It will cure coughs and colds of all kinds We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying It ever since Tkrt tliMt Icwc II Ail4naW Couolt your doctor II bo says tak tbn do u ayl K le tell OU noS to Uk It then dont Uke It lie know o aoUwith him We are willing J 0 AYKR CO LowlI Mua YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK lUG When on tare ClrefT rnatIe i Chill Tonic be cnoMtbeforranln plaIntprtnte4 1 nunrbot tie showing that lila nlmplr lion and Quinine In tMtclpH form No Cure flo Taj ISo Nasal OATARRHIn boaia be elftnllrKM Elys Cream Dabs cloneiootbesindbealathe Itcurecatszrhinddrltesaway onlckjy Cream Balm II plaeed dMa IMiee-mf the seabnea and II tiMOrM BdMUka medlata an4 a CDN foUOIII It to sot dfj1gdee not prodoc JtIf IrgeBlM 50 Qeat- i1torbymsII a TdM51OOSatIb7II1- tT BROTHHH8 M Warren BtoMt Jfew Toe C XWOnXA IIetra tMyftof SHERIFFS SAlE By virtue executions No 2054 2057 2056 and 2055 B n directed to me which Issued train the Clerka office ofthe Ohio Circuit Court ia fa vor of Ben D Ringo against Helfrlch Lumber Mari lactttriag Company I or one of my deputies will OH Monday the 5th day oi October 1903 be tween the hours of x oclock ra and 3 p m at the Court IIouaedoor- In Hartford Ohio county Ky ex pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and cost towit All the saw log timber tie timber and growing timber ol every kind and description whatever which will measure sixteen inches or overacrow the stump three feet from the ground now standing upon the following de sctlbed land towlt A certain tract of land In Ohio county Kentucky on the Hartford and Leltchfied road about three miles north oi Hattfordbelng the same land sold by R M Walker to Alex Ben nett and bounded on the North by the lands of Alf the Eaalu by the lands of Elijah rilorris on the South by the lands ot Albert Davis and F L Felix and on the West by the lands oi BF Snllenger contain ing two hundred nod sixteen acrqa more or lefts Also levied same upon about ijz black oak and white oak saw logs cut and lying upon said land Levied upon all the foregoing as the property of the defendant Helfrtch Lumber Manufacturing Company by going upon said land and posting notices of this levy and giving notice thereof to occupant of said land and notifying H P Taylor Esq attorney lot said defendant of this levy defendant bay- Ing no agent in this county and tak- Ing Into possession the 132 saw logs aforesaidThis is made subject to levy of executions No 2057 for 160 40 and execution No 2054 for fto and No 2055 for 19 45 in this same action In testimony whereof witness my hand this gtb day of September 1903 CAT P KKOWN S O C By CHESTER Ksowu D St i 7 1 J a Hartford Republican FRIDAY CTORER 2- CAMPAIGNOPENED By Colonel Belknap Speaking at Munfordvllle- i 1 BECKHAMISM IS DENOUNCED Repubilcancandidato Pleads For Hon est State Government PARTISAN PARDONS DISCUSSED I Republicans Digin Oampalgn With a p Clear and Incisive Address by Colonel Morris B Belknsp Who Asks That Commonwealth of Kentucky Ie Redesrncd and Fair and Respect able Administration of State Affairs BI Qivb- nI MuiifordvUle Ky Sept 12 Cot onel Morris D nelknap opened the Republican campaIgn hero today Bud poko as toIlowSe- floW CltIeNl l3aforo starting Upon m7 speech I wlab to thuk the good peo plo ot hart oount7 for their generous hoe pllaltt7 extended Us tooa7 It is an addUlolIII1 proof of the illndl7 feeling which th17 bAYs manltetd toward me person eJIy at all jim It Is 2 rears shoes my fret vlMt to them and the sentimental sttaehment of which that ylsIt was the lItaulDI Ia something that specks In the quicker boat of heart to heart and the trloDdl7 grnp of the band Nther than In any UttldDOO from the tongue I feel that the pole of hart lOIIDt7 tune adopted mo aa ODe ot their foster children and bould there t any credit due me for work I may be tIIIled to do In a public way I hope ItwilI be shared by them Of COUlH you realise my friends that I haTe nsyar been a publla epeeker but a plain buaIne man and sbaU therefore attempt to gly you my views In every dy fashion without anT rhetorical effect- I wish to state that r will not today fol boT the ewnpls of my oppooent In hta apeech at Winchester hI making any dark DIInIIODI IBd vegne tasInuatlone stint Wa prtt ciirectar for I bad boped thE campaign might bo conducted on a IIrher plAne But this xtroo- dinar7 lI1gech oonipeha me to allude to some of ble Oficlal acts which are o- wure proper sabject fur discussion he day has conic tM epenbg the De- psblloan ciunpalgn of 1003 The ChiU- If the first IUI1 ce the staging of some IpvOLoed boll olttimo announce anew era In history the signifloenco ot- zwWoh Ii tttle understood at the time MoMrrovu CAMPAIGN OPE4- 8Te assemblage here may roaiJI in later 1wI this day as the one upon which the K otuciliao determined that the land ihlth the Lord ida God had given him ehould henceforth IIOJO those prIvUege- of Justlos end peace whtoh all good pee pM demand as thoU sovereign right A- sneosary for us as OUr daily bread are thm two requirements of our civIc life What brings us together this 12th day ot- 6eptlJlllber2 luplrftdall7 are enggsted curiosity pert loyalty the desire to mix with out fllowIIID Jteuons no one OA dud fault with but not the real one t Tilt true cause Is a duirs hero In the a very heart 0 our beloted state to plldre the best that ta In us to respect her law ADd eec1 othKe rights to strive to over come evil with good and to set our faces steadfastly toward the high prize of tree cr111 government If such be oW deter IXI1DaUon aDd I believe It Is we start I flow puge In Kentucky history PAST Ii FAST Tile curtatn Is rung down upon the trqed- 1Y11 ot the put few years and wnbands and brave hearts are ready to uphold lIor emancipation from the demons ot murder and UDCODwlled wrath The light ot a now dey breaks upon us The future is before WI to be made according tit the- vight tum3on Our rich lands promise to all wealth and oomtort and with these an intellectual development thAt wUl np peal to the most cmlllUoua wt WI hops luIowlool will come through our schoot MUllS Quipped with the best the world affords and that our young men and our young women will tlalS no spots so favorable to make their homes and rear their ldldrcn ai those alongside their fathers homstda In Kentucky Wo han within our borders shi the possibilitIes of making JUo happy and usotel Tue reiwakening- oi Xentucll7 ta rot in the far dlt4Aoe big at hand It ta the desire of our hearts Xe is not a millennium joat a common everyday comfortable way of lIving AOTV DKEuJItS IIUOCESSFUr And yet ei walle our htade ibe plo ture Lu attmcUv but unattainable we- say A pleasant thing to dream about fot the momeat but II1tar all 18 only tile tizucy- a opUmiat not the mature thought of- preoUcalA moD Did lot us not dismiss It wIth this uncongenial nod Tbere Is an d story our good mothers taught us of sceil boy tMt worried the family circle mlth liii dreem untU bll brothers sold him Into slavery to gel rid of hi foolish loompoua notions In less than a generations time the enUre knUy old and young were ramping on the dreamer for their board It aounda pvadonot but the eoooeNo ful pouctiral WILD Is always tv a groat dove s drums What bettor szamngie- of ibis than he who among the Iz cuUel In ilpain dreamed ol seeing across the waters of the ocean that beat her shores the wd we now Un In lint the active drvsiner and the Idle dreamer ari very opputllht weD The for iner is ouly setlaavd when bll enurgius- are bent toward a rulluUon ot his drutini It biz dream himself the puse- eur of a line turin he sets to work to tru the money to buy It It hll dream is fur ptruuat tlbUuotlon ho tlvnlolll his powers to that end Thu spur of the luiagtnaUon b ooDltllBtl1 digging into hli- lIank Toe rowi Luk until bII twLi tIlo WoW run iznd drive hlw toward the god AN tILAL K1STUCKY Io we must keep IIItore us au Ideal Kentucky lIud strive with our might to attain Ibis end We now have one set ot laws for the lart lu power lid another for the pul7 out of power bat the laws mUlit tie for all Wicannut imsUeva the days of miracle nJ over when at will a Jury of one poliuiurl faith can be drawn row a- wheel wnta1u1ul the names of two ps- hitloal parties In the proportion of seven tAt 118 It then looks as though eve- aDo GoodIt Pays A ChLcagu man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate deetSFomc of the latter are worthless Act klniIy and geuUe- sliciw IIympdhy and lead a help Ing hand You cannnt possibly lose by It Most men apreclate a kind word and encouragement more substantial help There are personl In thin communitywo truthfully aD My good friend cheer up A fcs doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold nnd there Is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medl clue It always cures I know It for It has helped me out many a time wiSoldby all druggists m I vuracles war lIeCt 1b the law or upft1 and dtsnd IdoMJ EI1tuck1 wW usyss- znatortslie UJldn pavtlua trials We may advertise our hinds and trumpet qur at tractIon but let It boo known that II man to get II talr trial mast ho ot the same political faith as the Judp on the bench and our lndI sad attrncUons will be sold for the advertising bills PARTISAN JUDICIAlLY It is not a new thing this matter of- IrtiNtn trials Its terrible signifleance bee bSD understood for years e slmAU do no untlghCeoosD In judgment thou shalt not respect the person of the poor nor honor the poieoo of the might but In righteoususes shill thou judge th7 neighbor wrethe stern but just words ot the great lawgiver In brush The rompart8OA between the bench in the wll- derlllU over 3XlO years ago and that In pert of Jtenluck7 at present might bring a blurb ot shame to our cheeks Who can estimate the demoralization within our border due to partIsan Judiciary I cure not to which party the judge belonct- It the community can foretell hie dtCIaloo- b7 his political leaning It every partisan supporter dOO1lUlda to ho set tree and- every opponent upecta the rigor ot the w ua rebuke for an unfavorable bAl- lot yoo Is in 11lmIdft and a moral POI thence is abroad that will eat Into our very vItaE TJUDUTD TO IIttDLEY No sign Ill however moro tavorablo than the claus ot men the Republicans are putting toryrllr4 this fall for judge- ships The pollUtIII fetch of plaintiff and detelldent will have no weight in their tedsions for what is just gud with their election Kentackys reputation for judicial fairness will bo fully reustabliehed A ooortl1nate branch of the state gas irazuent with the judiciary Is that of the uecuUve I should not venture to dOl fain you to hear ma If I laid claim to that high honor solely upon personal or party grounds The ambitIon to he Oernor I have It given that place by the honest majority ot the vow of my fellow dU Lens The dcIre to so tho Ropublloau party once moro in cuntrol of Kentuckyi- affalie I au have for tour year of better government slm bu not seen than under our lint Republican governor WIlliam 0- Brediey But other cogent resscne I have for seeking the honor 1I1iUY WATTEltBQNBOO1nm T I wish to try to rwnctly some of the evIls from wblLt reUgt in oW state Is demanded We must call them Dma mUlo eils jireaus nnd4Iz that banner they mirclm In riotous poccseIoLl but they uo repudiated alike by oidline mo arMs u well as Ropubllcano First and foremost ta the control by a few moD of the rights and lIberties of our people What says the editor Of the OourlQr Journal of their waw- Preferxnota Is not for me Drought to the point where I iliust look the situation full in the eye I emappallod by the con dILlon which the suoceeatW candidate for oIDce roust noedi meet and overcome the rogues and cheats he must court or cozen the servility be must atreot or pracuoo the ohlitLonerIacur the personal solidiatiori tgnobl and humiliat tag iho nee oZ4noasj mote or le coy rupt and corrung1 fo though be have alionrwbelmlDlr maIoiiy of the people at his back thorq IIJIda the lIIdoblDe lIt to be captured 4 fhen to bo do ploed with afithot UIIa ImplIes DnMOQILATZQ VQGEnNAUT- Ot like chazaoter were the utterance ot Judge Black Coloqul Drocklnrldp and the lion J It IkDdlick who like Air WaUereon sought the nomination which baa been given to Mr Dockham What Ia the aliUUlrioDce of theM remarkable utterances Ar they the wahle of pen1DIIIta thwarted in thlr ambitions by A youngm and more etqrp1sng man or are they bold statements of fonts that depict S woeful condition at poUUca1 dog radtion In the party ile thus arralgast- With much interest we watched tM pro greas of the juggernaut cart last Mayas It ran Its course In the Democratic primary It was mower reaper binder and thresher all In one It gathered In the candidates but no one recognised them after they bad come out ot the bowel of that erlath Mr Deckham assure us that by getting close to the people they uccoedcd in getting nine flrstc1a Democrats shucked out of the machine men true and tried who wilt preach the guapel of peace ant tolerance Certain exprcoaions however lead us to know that they have not yet doooed their cuesocks and gowns In seven and a half columns of line print we were told last Suturday that eer7thtlmg is lovely In Ken lucky In seventy thn seven ways great and small we know juatthe oppoeIte and we know farther that the reason that things are unlovely Ia the wretched sal management ot our state government AN UNPXDA8T lAST The dralllltlo and ragio panorama ot political events in our IltAIe for tour years U one from which we inetlnctively turn away Not the slightest gleam of antis faction CIOIIJIn from It It Ia serious heavy tragedy wearing on soul and body with the slims of untritfs clinging to Its pr mints IispulMve and reeking with the foul atmosphere of dungeons It displays a body prestituted to perjury and tread We turn from It as we would from a hor rid nightmare and peat that sleep may bring on OOUvloD of what we have seen Dut evil has begotten evil with the tvr- Ullt7 of disease germs and we must at once move Into the baneful atmosphere hoping It la for the lest time and thAt the light of a clearer day will break upon our poopl with Ropubllcln ylotury in No vomburDUiIOOILATIO AOORSSIVENES- SM opponent seys he will conduct an- aggressive campaign Tile people of Kentucky know that brand of goods They have had It under the Democratic label before Lot us see how this aggnesiv campaign was carried on in Mr Iieckbam home county of Nelson In iWO CoIrtlllootea for the precinct returns were furnished the election ocore eith the name ot W T Taylor printed whUe the ballots were properly cut for W 8 Taylor and were IIlIed out and returned to the county election commUeIouere CUI printed On this flimsy preteit 1108 votes were only counted for the DOIDWe W B Tulor after the order trom an upright Judge to do tIO had been supplemented by one from the court of appeals No one seemed more determined to deprive Governor Taylor of these liPS vote and his own neighbors ot their right t0 cast those vote than the Democratic county election porn 1bIuI000r Judge John fulton who a few weeks later was elected to dli ooe of the vacancies on the steto board of election oolDllllltodoners occasIoned by the rselgna- tloni ot Judge Fryon and Qaptalo Ellis who found thesneelvee wiwilUng to comply with the demand which they saw would be made of them when the coolest fey mlDbr omOtI calee DOtoft them I am informed W sa Judge Falton- is oow the MCII9t1IrF of the Democratic stats Campa1p eotxm4tte and It is hoped he will not now attempt to pursue the tao ties then resorted toI0jLPXa TO Again on Jbe pretext of thin paper II- tlaag ballots in fort7 counties giving lie publIcan snijoeltlsu one ot them this COWl ofDertlJ flcklmamn by notice- of eoDttat ttcsnpted to throw out the vote pnd dIsfiUiSbIS the people la all these counties But lnalated that the vote ot about twenty other counties gly log Densocrado majorities be counted for him although the paper In both oases weg Identical1and turDJabed by the state authorities from the same printing shop I40UI6VlLIAY8 STOLEN VOTE lint nothing eppeali 0 strongly to those sggreuive campaigners as steallllll the vote ot Loulavlllo And so a farcical claim that certain citizens W fo prevented from vot1nl by the appearance ot a low soldiers In onq predlllt I1ttcr the polLs hAd been closed three hours wu rnsde the excuse ot dIsfranchising the intire city T1i- eOourlrJournal the nut morning think tlll the election carried for the Demo crate spoke ci the day as htvln been romarkaTly quiet nd orderly drather loked fun lit the presence of a Iw saIl ittanmen Later when II contest seemed probable It rallied At howl that hundreds bed been IntimIdated So we had the election In Louisville held tn be vaid by the lelllature which needed certain Dem- ooratlc legislator thus elected In the city of Loulnllle to snake sure their majority In their contest for the orooea of governor and lieutenant governor but hold invalid by the state board of election commJHlo- ncr for the purpso of throwIng out the Republican elected for the minor omcco- ID other word irs order to scat Me fleck barn the legislature held the election In LoulIVllle was regular and valid while In order to seat the minor state omcer on the D9D1ocratlo ticket the election was held to b9 votd- Dere we have another example of Demo ocMtio aggressive campaigning Yes fellow elUacntl under the guise of this teoIttrtd word you will And the true Dell1OCrltlo tnotbod ot oampatgntng Spell It another way and It rod die tllnchl8ellontvote stealing in the rams category ot crimes as horse stealing or watch stealing SWINDWNG VOTEItS- Time and again I hear It said Eel knap you will get the majority ot VQtel easily but they will count you out Count me out I any rather count you out It is your vote they propoes to swindle you out ofl The title III I ballot does not pass until It has been counted and recorded Until thou It I the eaprussed wish of the voter depos lIed aooord1q to law for record and he 18 the one cheated when the vote is not counted u rail The tight to vote Is a snored presage- live not a joke and only a dceaed or ignorant mind would dare to consider It otherwise We would turn indignantly upon a man who caught holeS ot us on the way to the polls and told US we must vote as he dictated And yet the man who nhionta our vote doe pro clsely that thingho dictate to us how we shall vote The oggroasive campaign ere In the emocnItJe party have In- tlmlltd thAt they blended to work s- actlys3on this line and that I might u well understand It at thg outset lnAoznunwaRNDOnBEtICNT- Seratur flisckbnrn In the oampn of i6o boldly Resorted that be would bet his souls salvation against a vountr felt nickel that It then wu any steal lag to be done at the approaching sloe Uon It would not be done by the other fellows la these rignifloant words did he Indorse tbt unrighteous election law whiak has sent Kentucky becllWIUd- aboolnl her to the background in industry In education in pparit 1 001I- Ipatieoo with her less hawpsrvd Delgllb9ra Just so fAr 15 a communIty allowl itself to be defrauded of its right of suffrage ta Its public conclenca dlCllDt andlte degradation jid degeneratIon advanced WISH OV SELIIStI MEN If the people of Kentucky tamely allow their vote to be miscounted In the corn lag November election ie step onto the slide that will carry us to the bottom It- is ready for us sotoed and greased and there are those masueroding as MIltH men who are porte tl7 wiling to see all thAt Is good In the state go to the abyss for their seithsh ends Step We way Mr Mermynman cost your ballot Not that It will bo counted That has already been done and the llcures inade up long ago So calls the gay voice of the Desnocrell- epleler heads I win teJ1e you lose and any other cbptlllP that will gIve the great common people seven and a halt columns ot cheap talk for their fazes PARDONING OP ALVEY There Is another phase ot the aggr- este campaign which boe been givIng u food for thought We Louisville folk rtthe dose After many evasions the law was vindicated by the oocricUoA and sentencing of a gamblen lint he openly boosted be would not spend a night in the penitentiary Timer was however some mistake about the trennobsloo of the pardon and somewhat to the Inconyen- iencu ot the knight ot the green doth he had to go to rankfort and rest lila face over night In the parlor of the dungeon keeper But with natusul good humor he accepted apologies tm the delay and was bock with us the next day Despite a promise he made to our amiable governor to quit breaking the law he ta up to the scums old game again- IIALEIGIIS VILLAINY lint then Mr fleckbom must have be tiered him innocent Otherwise under his pledge to the people of Kentucky De- could not have pardoned him Perhaps he was found innocent of ever haying voted anything but the Democratic ticket In the seine way l1aIetllh wu Innocent the man whom his twelve neighbors con vioted of killing the little AllIlDaD girl on the road up in flreathitt and who was pardoned by Mr Decllba- mMOTDns TAKE nEED Mothers in Ketuthy take this case home to your own druides When you send your daughters to the country store remember your governor by pardoning this miscreant has shown that ha thinks the brute who would improperly accost them and then shoot them like dogs was lit utter ft few year punishment to en joy the full privIleges ot citizenship We may have our good roads conven lions and experts may come to us and show us how to WIll scrapers and crushed rock but It wo have to build abotproof- lheltltn every few hundred yards to pro tect our women and children from Insult and murder we can lease our highways lu humps aDd ridges for tow there be who will travel them The table of pardons Issued during Usa last three imLntreUons submitted Lithe publIc tte days qo by 01 rcYertD defense of Mu record la en interesting one although consdeoousy Incomplete Still It how that at least 1123 convIcts have been set tree In eleveo years Thos paroled and not counted would enahiy oar IT the number to 1200 Uia safe toss nine that twothlrdl of these or 800 departed for their homes with a contempt tm the law and a respect for the man with a poUUcul pull an average we will niy of seven to each county Cannot we here put our tlocer on a I1Ore spot and say Ibis thing must stop AS flIFlTS A JUDGE While we ire on this subject of pardons Mr fleckham has asked use In the event ot my election It I would pardon floward and Powelll or either of them I have made a full reply to that question If by chance you failed to see It lot me hero say that the granting or refusal of a par don Ia at least In put a Judicial act Lot me answer In the words of the great Ell llab jurist Lord Coke Then the case happens I Il do that which shall be- At for a judge to do Society needs protection as much as the felon nevdIJ correction CI1IbXZ MUST STOP Nothing will convince that withIn our stato or outeldo ot It thAt crime Is n9t rampant within our borders until It stops Pair words and polished plrnsses about the healthy condition ot our respect tOt law and order ju upon UI like a crnckdo- ycnbdi when 1i Plck poiu mornlng paper and rood Its record of the previous days mimes Wo must not compare ourselves with other states to JuetilT our criminal record but with an Ideal Com ponlonsbip does not lesson a crime DEOKJlAAJS IILIOIDIL4TT The Impruralon prevails that the court ot IIWIa1M In allowing Mr Dockbsms name to go upon the bAllot decided the constItutional question ot his eligibility but that 1a not ao That matter ho not yet boon passed upon and It Is well known that many ot the best lawyer In the state give It as their opinion thAt he II not I sin not a lawyer and benco will not discus this lotrlcato legal quo Jon but I am pouddent that most ot the people In tho state would agree with me that hIa roelecUon would be a violation ot the pplrlt It not of the letter ot the eoust1tuttoI And mould tie be elected and be declared inilglbls the dire contusion that woll1d rseult It ta not ytetsantto con9zmlto- S flIFLOMPfldI am well aware that the people ot Ken tuckt wosid gladly got away from the pistol and time rifle aflu the gibbet In this oampaiJill UolOltlifiatelr for that wish my opponents have dragged them so con plouoqely before as that some reterpnte Janet be made to them Every step thai they take PlOClSthclr datepailuaUon to weave but by testimony thAt the lIreat- jury of the people know how to Interpret a ptalllllble cicuso to hang Tiyior aild- damn the nepubllaan party AI this trqtc plot develops we lose sight ol sonic of the startling occurrences that took place tD the earlier chapters hero is one ofUsem It has been in print nt least three eaNand so tar u I know never contradicted Mr N U Wllberepoou a highly respected cItizen ot Winchester aDd a supporter of Mr Ooobol and Mr- fleckhem In 1800 made tho following statement conOCllllU an interview with Ms Joe Andrew Scott of Frankfort OFFER TO TOIJTSEY- On last Monday I received a meseage from Scott Meet mo lit the Jteioe house QI the quiet I met Scott there and after hearing the details thought It but to calf li Judge French the tatherIolaw of Youtsqy Judge lrencls came ILt once sott told urn he had same convtioo with Youtsey and WAS satisfied that If he wished hI equid give such information a- woullf bang Taylor and dAoua the nlPub Maul party forever Us told us be wee In a poetuion to save Youtse7 It he mode Cull conf lon and wanted mo to go to Sranktor and advise Youtsey to talk 1 follMNteald Scott to us that we OlIn arrange secure him enough moDe out ot the spzoprIaUon to keep him and his wife cotnlortable all the rest of their lives Tksla money Is gcng IUl7lww and there is co reason why Youtsoy should not get his eLan Do not this and subsequent dnelOJlllIDI show elejlrlT that the ferreting outQt the actual lUIII4N1o of Mr Owbel bu booome a IlCOD matter and that the real efforts of the aggressive campaigner are being dIrected to use this awful crime fur pollUooI plteJ 2 lii unnieasured tern I wtsh to eaprees my horror of thAt foul crtme it must han been the act of a- mID devoid of moral ma well as common eons a mmtDal m lite Is cccii a DeDAto society that It should be forfeited I his rulIt can be proven The Republican party In Its diet declaration arter the corrwnLae1oa of that crime demanded thAt every Jt mean should b- 9I to rtnc the lllto JUOIUoe And I bellevnoII IS the sentIment of every laW4J1di citizen in Kentucky today But the tzfals that have been so tar coo ducted cIth partisan juries and perjured testimony leave JutIoe unsatisfied No suct travesties can tool the WIllI ot then elllatntpoopltl and once again they di- msnd tat facts wb1cl thai hue reason to btove lire being concealed for political purposes and which ire vItal th the truth In Usia essi be divulged CALhOUN WAil CLAIM PEE Mr ileckham IQa not strengthen his claim to bo a flrtclsa executive by hIs deftnee of the CUJhollll WAr cliii tee AgZn g drags In tbe other fellow and points with his thumb to han eaylng hf did It too The table of fees paid bother Mate while not yertfld would It talllD as It stands emphaslee the tin 1OrtahCeot greater economy in such matter there is however here a atuUlIII- rdIIcrcpatIq ol statement between Mr Iieckham and one ot his warm supporters Mr lIendrtcll rather interesting to the taxpayer Mr Deckbn says speakIng of the war claim collected 1moooM This mas been due the tate tot a number ofyrere but siilce 1870 no serious at tempt Isas been mode to collect It though the tat adnmlvistratlon flmdleyi had nulls of It IIENDflICKS ATtACK rIDilIdrlcll my speaking of the remus claIm And while he is uplalnlDtr this tO the sweltering workmen of this stats let him also state the cause ot the warns attachment xlatlDl betaeen this obacwo end inexperienced attorney aDd hlmaef Every reader of his speech which he dId riot deliver Will wonder at his bsasen effrontery when I say to them einpbatioiliy and poeltively that before the governor entered Into a contract with Mr ex 0 Calhoun Senator J C 5 Blackburn had notified the governor of the readlqess ot the United StatM govern meDt to pay the claim and had In conjunction with other senators from Kentucky as wall lie her eleven rourtse- nttltsboea fighting tot the payment of the CIa1mI tar rears And 7st in the fIIca of this lbo would lion urn behave that USe lad tnezpodencod lawyer from Liaixgton bunt like A citoes upon the IJIaItt deliberative body In the world and eld them up u lot were by the coilc sad shook cat of their unwilling pockets tIIIOWIIl of l aooOOO for the state of Kentucky MONDY FROU SOLDIERS Not rattafledwtth this rich plum of 11- cu cs his tea our Itrlchqalok attar nay fled there II some money from the general government coming to the soldier boys who served in the SponJlIbAmertcao war Ill interest in securing them this money was commendable and If the state which sent out those troops is unwilling to stand the expenee ot collecting what ts due theta It ta perhaps proper to reimburse the philanthropist who undertook the Job for his eapeDle and trouble but who aa- thorued the deduction of id pee cent from cccli indIvidual IlOOOunt for this labor of poriotle1n and love amountIng to thu- aggregate to something like 180002 We bav beard of governments national sad state pensioning tacos wbO born ems In behalf of the country ht I belIeve It re- ls for ReMuck7 to have her fair name dragged 14 tho dIM by exacting tribute In behalf of a political favorite from those who wore enlisted to light under her hanoerI not wins to txI understood all ha poLing to the governor any Improper mo Uve In this matter I wlU studiously avoid sayIng anything which will La anyway reflect upon his personal integrity and character But I think It doe emphasize to the people the importance of having our affairs In the bands of thoso accustomed to the proper j11rtrtbuUOIl f such fund along the usual businee Unit STATES PINANCEa While we are dealing wit financial mat teN the people ot Kentucky have a right to ezpua ditappolnimnent that the present party lu power doe not give a fuller account of Its stewardship When Governor radJa4CQI ad- inlaistratlon closed there Will in the state treasury 110061401 AM to this the amount collected from the iOV0lllm8llt hi round numbers 81800000 and the amounts received from July 1 lsoo to June 110 1001 two years W089I01 We nay asinine In the abonoeoC exact- figuresthat the receipt ocoJul7 1 1001 to Juno 80 1003 amounted to not loss than 1ofxblxK We have then a grand total of about 2140000O collected by the steWad ministration In four years II an offset to that we bay canceled IICtUOlllt rae prOspectIvely a debt of a million dollars governineniIn upon the- aMiois statementi lfl reuzid numbers a government ooUn UQ annually about 1 000000 Ate wo getting the worth of our money 2 Lot Uo8 answer tale question our solve as buyers of government MINIMUM 011 PROSPElUTY We have a talr conception ot the value oorpont10divIdends paid him J50 the taxpayer Mice up the oclsl JD4UI4aomo of stat aaalr oocnmoDIOI11thWben totthemwe dgmond not a bald statement that O4STOnXAearathe H T8 3J1 spat1lll iIjJ1of everything ii iiflgtmt One thing we do know tht as oem pared with our neIgbbeflng state we oo joy but the mloJlliam amount ot prosper It We base not in out late certain conditIons that attrnot br1ht ctlye sen with capital to settle In our midst M1O over I know that the allltCHf1 earn palcDere do not wish those ooOO1t1oUl to prevail for they au1 timkt ItwMIIS the influx ot loCh men as vote tao Ito publican ticket Could there tie ahy stronger nrumniit for supporting that ticket by those ho desire proeperity for thlllr households PEOPLE NEED ASSURANCE ltentuoll7Osee as I have repeetedtf pointed out the great pmvdt on the I1e- ltI1oo ol Its bAt ral re80uno Wo arU- mML4ed wlthO pet cent pro GI a white oak crosiUl and the same stuff 001 verted into the higher gradee ot utarciman dIM might readily yield ten times that profit Our cLeans coal upottcd in vast quantities Is bringing II8t wealth to man ufacturur in oilier state while we got the integer profit of mining It AU this can bo changed The best classes of pro pie will come into out stte bringing with them money eulturv and Industrial bob Its It we once assure them that they can bring up their tamlUea where schools nra good where pubUc funds sre honestly ex- lIended and where they can foresee a firchance for a prosperous future REtUONDlI TO ATTACK In Un of a pleltoan lit bamseema to have taken a certain bill of lading leaned by a corporation of which I was a stockholder at the time but nut Ii salaried olflee When this freight nI- ceI WILlI Leaned I was occupying a 110- 1dlere tent on a bW lt lcorto IUIX son lag my country to the but of my ability ud woe Utile acquainted with the happening QI Main street in Louisville LIe flying however that there was any lit Wpt to defraud the railroad comngenies- or that GAT pecuniary benefit Inured to flelkuap Je Company beyond the meeting of competItIve conditions with other mar kilts I tlnts5 the subject for the present with the right to my lOON It you wish to listen to a vr7 tedious and Intricate mattsr In the future UAIW WORK NEEDED Meet JCU have At times witnessed the wild bayou caused by a rurimlug flood ot waters W see the whole face ot the landscape marred and eoarred by up rooted tO and gulicys that reach to the rook below One would soy after anal caB look that there was nothing left worth the trouble ot daring up the debris Hut to the keen eye there Is still rich soil that may OOOlt mO be worked Into furrows yielding I hundred told It needs work sad hard work to put it in tillable shape and the men to do it need not necessarily be poets and orator TIle man who can swing an u and guide Io plow 1iW do more than he who can charna the ear with sweet uouimde CALL OS TIlE OLD STATE Scarred and devastated by the umissnan- agornent of the put few yesra our good old mother state summons WIto put hut government in order Sims uIIa that the same common sense methodi be employed and the same plaIn practical men do the work that would be engaged for ordinary transactions Ileulizing that the demand wu lmeratfvs for inch men to take held- of our affairs the Itepulllloaa party be this year selected from Ite member such of Uo8 u they thought best fitted to an sweg this celL It claim a SIne of eseb candidate for the omce for which he I- isfi IIW Q8 iVail Wr io CI Si All UII 4ff ffi- S wit tr will glee ow Mfl iietci- 1a41rW55 won a poets the tmmi4 scope r Ct1- aAnwn Of OOUPORArUJJtlf- 1io can can appreciate tIiIo boesty ikea I the immense same to a orzaunU7 of- S jest spirit towPlS large pablis oarpo sLice dman4t from frsa ta gotasa thAt regard for lDarJaU41 tI to-cut with the welfare of tan many ha man who stands etookillll in crowded thoroughfare ta DOt tolomtll4 thoup Iu may claim ho tmskee up no more rucan whoa stationary than In tlie meet keep aolDq or lItep aside So In ClOt affairs we mutt be on thu move Our po plo demand facilItIes In tronaportatioa Time ralllOll4a wIll give them It aennd- of fair play They are ntltlllS to It The more they let the more mile of road they will build WEALTU LEAVES US ppmlineIt headed not toward Louisville not toward Lexington not toward OovlnJrton sad Newport but out of the state by tbe snort direct lIne possible Why Leer ot un reasonable tranchho tax wu the answer And so our natural wealth goes to buliJ up other state Two insurance companies wIth large capital were lazed out of 01- at8lloe in Louisville lest year Li thate- tmoouragLngt But It need not be sO al ways OLD SPIRIT IIETURNS- My close association with our good pro pie for the past few sacoths has con vin000 IDa that thi old time Kentucky spirit is reasserting itself A contempt for that which wu mean dlshonet and o- ordl made the Itentucklan potent Dot u a bully hut es a anUmnA keon lover ot pPOlt and oontt ooLh must be tree from unfairness and trickery lie would rather lose by the truth than win by deceit wu a recent crtUcu ot the real man of our state To o a Ken tucklan was an honorable thlulrY7IDtr with It reepontWulUeebnt also that high regard of which he wu most jealous flIgh toned and generous be still cura- ised a broad charity toward III neighbors Our young mon are snow hearing whAt manner of men three oldAlan lientuck lana were and from theta come the d- mand upon us for civic eundltioce that wW rectors to them dim blrWlht We DOt stop our care to the call and with us now lies the responeibtitty of making thIs state a fit place for our ecu and daughter to Un 10 There must be 11- 0mJocllll of wOrdl about this and wi most not try to IJbUt the work upon climes shoIders RESTS WITh PEOPLE The matter Ie in our hands and mean the wool w woo of our tamlUca and homes In the dlrvotloll ot good government is II- IJIfe48ld wealth education and happiness A bed govorumneut mecor dloMtif lguor sac Iud dIstress Order contrasted with disorder fCODOfl17 with waste pogrees with rtOgNlulon liberality with grafts and iloedbure you have souse of ttla at tributes ot good and bad government In the stole as in the individual the good stdo of our nature must hold In rub JlCtlOII the evil or the man Ii II mural wiocklu me once again appea1 to the ICon tuck1 spirttln all loyal Itontucklans to et1 by the lIepubllcan party In this trWlIrle DlotlnglnvltesOlsoasosTo It- Is nl JunK r nteslu ti live on- mjk and toust Starvation vrodact1I suehtetl1tSS that the whic syt sa becomes Nn CUll I rcy t dl cUM 1o- slol UppcpKh Cure rtiabirs Ihe t wach and Mjttltlve brlfsI to sllgtPt and aaslistlale allof the whole1 sn food Vial tine carts in cat nJt a neVi r falling cure r IniIgsitIloii- Dyspcpia airl allstm cli ticubica- Kodol dlgieta what you pttpilcr the stomach awet Soul byZ- WIIue GtIfln Huii m i- RWANS To1bnk DoctlJr fiitl Agood lirccijptnp For ua1rIrd IlirArent packetlaessoiigbfdruonIbcrnsione- Tlefamliy bottle CO cell tit I tontllI onpplT for a year lIlSrugIlAoII Itll them S DayI1 I s Mrnlon hoses sold Ia st13 months This signature I Tho Kind You IIVo Mway Bought and wIlle1 has hem Iu use for ocr 80 ycar 1mK bornO tiso signature of 8111 hIts been iizn1o under hIs per 1It Rot1nl SUIJcrdlllot1 lInen its inihu-cytje4S Allow no ono to deceive 3on zt this All Countcrfelts IlhhttlitlOllS anti Jllstaf3grnHl nfO hut Exprlmcuti tliiit trifle with anti ondtuigcr tim health 01- Iuumts and Chtildrcn3xpur1eitco ClInll1st IpCr1IUCllt What is CATORACavs- torit is ft Imrmtcss ttubsUtuto f r Castor Oil pnraC- Ollt DIIs ou1 Soothing Syruipi It Is lleitraiit It CQIltnlnl4 neither Opium lUorllhlno nor OUICI NmctUO- Ruhstnncc ItS ngo lit Its gunmntcc It ilcstuoys Woriui3 tutu nllti4 OCIIlll11cst It cures Dlarrliuit and WIiul- Cuhl It relieves Teething Troubles dtrui COn UllntlOI1 filth Ilsttutleiscy It niislmllntcs the Foot regulates tIm SltittIit stttI lloVcl1C givIng Iteattity mill natural bleep Ttth Citihiretis lnunccal Mothierri Vrlen- tlCENLHNE CASTOR fA ALWAYS Dears tho Signaturp of- TII Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Yeais- I Th CrNsuCeAeTIiIUCmsCSTs9rwvssacTh J ietPPPPPPPiPPPPPPf = Lees Machine Works = OWENSBORO KY II Wo aro agents for tim CHANDLERTAYLOR- solfeontaincd 4ft I COS and Automatic Engiltes and noilers Also tlio Brown Fourvalvo Engines 3 Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies Wu 4 Ii mako a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS Woll 3icarry in stock Bolting Hoso 1ac1iiig of all kinds Ii Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes nnd Fittings iof all kinds Valves ofall kinds 3Wo can supply your wants all short notict IIIWrite us for prices 01 inquire front Mattingi c rwe dell at Hartford Ttespy = Lees Machine Works Ii OWENSBORO KY iIiCaCiCiCaa IiliCCCiCII RHEOMATIS Mand other ills produced by lisel1sed kidneys cnn bo cured ARGON OIL 18 thu renicdy its ofIicL is marvolous relieving almost ilIstantly lv it 11nd- ir you aiC Ilot SatisilOd your I1IOI1O will ho cheerfully refundedS I Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL Col ISO West Main St LouisvilleKy I e+44li+4444+ e4I9 WHY You should tak a Cours at the Massey Business Co11eeI LOUISVILLE KYe 1 It Is the leading Commercial School In Xentucky 5It courses of study are thorough and systematic 3 month immediately upon graduation 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville S We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to ujf the pupil It not thoroughly utiltIed iPWelto for lelgant Catalogue anll SJulelal Dlsoount 4 + + + +4tfo tftfttc== = c = I U uu WOR1iSl A- e4IIASONS rtTelltopla WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEIhost In QuanUty DoUaQuaJJ Far 20 VlafS Halted all WOnftRemldlls K- YOliD BZ AXa- Xaw DXDGGXXIII-JIepo b7 JAMESt 1ALLAftD It Loul For Sale by J H WHllIamsHartford Ky ewes CrIp 1 F III Two DAI 1 rboXeaSCe wiacD1r k4P4C oJ BARNETI SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAw UARrIupu ny orOhIototheirOlllcloIIUl1nLICAIf JNO D WILSON A1ORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY colleetloomakllllabelrnet ti OSIc north side public sqanr- eB B WEDDING Attorney at Law RABTFOIID Ky EzamieerforOhioCouutI H ro IIIIAVII1N lnNKHT WOO II Alii HEAVRIN WOODWARD Ott Q llsaroap Ky CoerteIdel nttPbloa given criminal prnmth aed rouse floe Ottir out door to hank or Hartford W H BARNES Attorney at LawAND COuNTY ATTOIIflI- ITIisiroiu KY ofOhioAsua1e Strict ttlt8110D wuib give talltntnrea 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