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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 Tiu 1 llARTRRTh REPUBLICANI Fine Job Work a Specialty ornciAi DUn or THE pun IN Tat fppjB COHBSESSIPNAI DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year rIVOL XVI j HARTFORD KY FRIDM OCTOBER 9 1903 No 12 MOWCl i bwmt8ANor IE CURED P1ercPvorlteor PemInlLau Prrappur lanlnw of Womb IIIIId i that bvcr- a third of nturya nperiencc Iq qttlnI the worst ella pt nu isleritWZllthbSCnoIslr JleKfiptloooay reme for these ltrealugl CPpl whpotltlvcl ndbindlDrnudcrgue4Jnoprjetor of that wonderful remedy beNey f t9 Pay the turn pf joa anycueeatjentweLahackedBO po8cderuea that jwjuld warrant Its manufacturer remedybaasuch a remarkable offer PltreFIIYorite wouldInisultfoist upon you some Interior ubstllutc goodlaMat a record of led of a century of cures and which Li edby thoc wtIllnZ iootfcI youla drela 1blcttIIoul4 ol4byaddreM lpt of 25 cent In stamp Send ji cl stamps for Dr Pierce AddressWoaznsweak vim sick women ate Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All privsteAddressDr Picree Pclleta curs biUouancaa Weak HeartsAre of e- ooehuodrpeopla vho hIVe heart trouble lndigulion oelytrI rutton Ak food taken Into the stomach r which fall a perfect digestIon ferment and sganatthekeirtthe heart ad In the courja ft time that delicate b1 vital Organ becomes diseased Iltiditomichtrrllk tnhisn4ftrtmKo4P DfgMs WMt You Etand relief the stomach of all eeryous strain and4fce heart of all pressure Bottles tUtrUtriuvPrepared br VO DWITT A CO CHI- CAGOCumberland TELEPHONE AND Tolegmpli Co elntorJlII L- There8 matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my rtsldenre and place of bnslnoos My buslacsn has Increased anti my wifes voice In nev er henrd to crumble about the Tele ihine YLtuaor4oot survlceand Kentlemt 1lv competition I BPNOWUKv M antr r r I ROUGH Rk- YTELEuIqNL If CUMFAMYTttk chui1iqnaItrY 3 ou shoild patron iiei tme F fitly your owi11onrP whUtrican own lines and be in with the whole coun ty and bplnens polnta generally by only pawng a rcHsonable rent to the Riiujh Hlver Telephone Company 01 they will be r t tbe whole expense II with all Inyou say o We connect For partlcn tars call on S T Stevens Manager lIartfordF Mies Ida M Snyder I Tfsnrer ol fbe BrooUlra d Art Club 4 ii WQfISfl woWtPIY moe tnttheIrhJth Tvt mors JJ duhtell and it they WIVtteiand they svoald flniS prescriptions do not cures they M Ivcn 4K3rfU InconHilUnd with niy drugIiI he advised MtElrcei Wins ol Cordul Thedj ford BlaikOfwijht end so I took It hive every rtaion thank tIm for a MW 11ft opened lvs i4 r 4orad h aji and It WSHnfM months toeurcll Wino dul isoregrulstoiof the II tt menetrta JiMlions and is a GI tonlihlnaitonjo for women It cure ecant o frequentirTCg- tilaranaVanIuI menstruation Of thowomk and flooding It Is h 1QAIO5CIIt WOS hood duing 1re9nanc1 4ter childbirth and chango C lue U frt duently a dear baby to home b for 1An 1that t i1 W RDUI scEsReasons WliyGovernor Beck ham Should Not be Re- Elected I have made n pretty close study oI the political questions that have aria en In the last lew yearn generally and particularly in this State 1 have listened attentively to the poUt icil discussions by some ot the ablest men In the State on the stamp In bbth parties I have read the dally Courierjournal almost constantly Also some one of the party organs of the RepabUeanparry I have greai admiration for MrWatteraons ability however much I may disagree with him politically When I read Mr Wattersone edl torltl on the paldoo of Alvey the notbed totilsvllle gambler I decided that I conld uot support Mr Beckham Tor any office whatever That edito rial would make good reading now Governor Bcckbam gives as bis reason lot pardoning Alvey the noted gamb lerj that Alvey ptomlsed he would be good Anti though Alvey confessed what every bo ly knew already that la that he was guilty the Governor sald he Will persecuted and not prose cuted and that there were othcrsln the dame business Out MrtAlvey was awealthy anl influential Demo crat and that sufficed with the Governor I could not vote for a man who can give no better reason for pardoning noted outlaw But there are other reasons I shall not consider them chronologically but an they oc cur to my mind The Government owed Kentucky considerably a million dpllara- whichibe sIoo3xIdy to pay jon de innndV The Governor employed on Mr Calhoun an attorney atIaw gave him 71000 to algnlly our wi- lJiugneesto accept tbe payment That 71000 Is a good big lawyers See Ifaat fee would pay Governor Beck hams silary as Governor of Ken- ttthkyflor the next eleven That fce would pay the 1resldenta salary for a year code halt nearly I have used the Governor own figures as to the amount be paid Mr Calhoun lIe tries to jnjtlfy this fee on the ground that other Statea paid AS much or mote That Is Indeed a sorry reason for diverting to vast a sum ol the States money fom Its proper channel jfhd living It to a favorite grafter The people will call Mr Bcckham to account for such tecklessness Mr Deckham says the State Is nearly out fdcbuand says the Democriita ate luethe credit for it If that Is tue what has been done with that million dollar just paid in from the Govern meat The Dcmocrcrata deserve Lboutasojucb codlt lor the good financial coodltlpnof Kentucky as the Siamese Twins1 Air Ikckham says that under the T OCI Uc administration of our iljite Bflalrf vthe tax rate has been bwred but the ycary axes collected has been vey largely Increased This has been btought about by the Serialization Boards placing larges raluatlpn on the property of the State The farmer who had bten latfng his farm at SIlIO and gets lotlce to appear belore the Equalizers and show ree on why he should not have his firm raised to 1500 can understand this matter The Incitnstd valuation placed on the property f the State has Increased the amount of taxes colkcU an luilly several huudrtJ thousand dollars Revetting to Mr Bklarna pardon reconi and studying It one al most doubly the wisdom of the law conferring the power to grant par dons on the Governor It la no an awer to the chatge ot abusing the pardoning I uwer to say that others have granted more pardons than Mrt B ckbani The question is nut what others liave done they are nut asking to be made Governor of the State but the question Mr Bckham will have to answer before the people at the polls Is whether he has abused that power The people have a responsible lff doruer of the pardon business In the person ql Mr Deckbam before them atkttheywill hold him to account lor It Old be make a mistake in pardon- I9gthe miserable crenfqreJetttlTbe of two of hia victims answer apdjbytheway It is an unropItiou- atie this for the man Tett o have to stand trial Then there la the Raleigh pardon When I think ol that man and his heinous crime all that fa savage In me is aroused I think orsyincbes ter rifles and hemp and torpedoefcl Had some miserable negro been guilty of that crime be would pave been buratd at the ctake Insuado j gdIngupanddown the eaith with a rotn the hand of the Governor of the State In his pocket iLet Q look at thCcriae or which the creeB Raleigh Was tried and conYicted by a jury of his peers Thc j drunken fiend incarnate Raleigh meting a yonng lady on the road made InBulllng proposals to her Hr only deC o8t lay In flight She hop ed to run away from him butaaalthl irate detiibn drew bin gun and shot lice down Was ever crime more foully perpetrated Raleigh was trltJ and found guilty But the Governor of the great Commonwcalt Of Kentucky that fresh young man now before thtjjople asking them t support him for a second term of par donsand aroleli said In action that peJ1hen1tiary Is It possible that premeditated coldblooded murder of an Innocent girl seeking o protect her virtue InI flight la ota penHcatiryofleH8 Brothers a4atera 4iJf aciwhat do yflaybtiI fkebId of ynnoceae cries Qjt f9a1 the ground to you foreve on the Ut tori1Jf GEo TiNsxv e PlbllfsodtItto pnbIisAniojrfethAa aver few o- UB roll1eltceveUItJP a1ae Jo f- Chbelangollc Ch acq DI liidi JJJe Jlg o Jjl zearkIdcrp They comj froa people 1E yeryvaIra llfeftn Vpon 1help0YIng I HatUburg Ga speaks for himself SI woukIliimvibec de now but for the use 01 CiamberIan ti He Choi era Dd 1SIitroea nfl Itcured me pf chronic dfsrlioen after seven years oUwtfcrlne trnn aeniYot- oo much in praise for ibaUrOTclyrl For8al 1t I ti aA i cr Jtt r tl ltew if 1TI will pay iwentySveT dollars for Ihe etnra a1 1 tit jakep orxrtalea front jay JaralIIJrF- Uilt SprlBfeiiKy on FrloVy sight ieptember4 193 Descilptlonl sor rel 5 handa lgb9 years old small car below the left eAr shod In front culj in Beaver Damn Dep1 IJank 14W DAUCHKRTY romwfl t 4 or A Perfect PalnlMsLPjII Ii the oneJhatwlLclenaetkyeJ- set J the to actlop remoye the bile clear the complexion care head ache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pllla for doing Bnch work pleasantly and effect uaUr are De Wills Little Early Risers Bob Moore pi Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWllta Little Early Risers are simply perJect Sold by Z WayeG ijflJnBrO m CASTORIAlOI The KM YWaye Always Bwffcl- Beara t a tg9tw ot erIAnd now tb Amerl axfarraer ia oBdeiJng Row he will invest lla- crop mosey Beautiful Complexions Are spoiled by using airy kind of preparation that fills the pore of beskln The beet way to secmre a clear complexion frte awaljpwaees pImple blotches tel is to keep the live lu good orde Aa pcqasioaa dotll of Herblhe will cleanse theborl regulates Ihc II ver a4cIao establish a clear healthy complexion SOC at J- H Williams m Agnes Reppller contributes to the October tlppiBeottsv a Uferiyaad ive paper called Tho Touriat MipepIetfs thwabradnn4some of her wcca as a traveller are neatly 1b1 off fn her inimlatble way sDo You Wantto Yawn Feel cold shlvertaga aching in the bones1lack ol energy headache aad gttt depression These pympatoma may be followed violent headache high lever extreme nervousness a condition It before the disease gets a ho1d through it will work a cure Inn any stage J A Hopkins Man chester Tin ririte I have used your grrit medicine Hetblne for sev eralyearB There la nothing better for malaria chllcts and fever head acts biliousness and for a bloolptf- ilploKJpnlyj rtai BotblBjas goc45ocjt H Williams m OnsMInuUjCauiHGur Fer CeMe How the American workman oft fifty years ago must wish he ba I been born half a ctqtnry later a Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass ft DrKiqgs New Discovery ForC8Ifa1JIIPrloll Ik rle I A Perfect For All Throat and Cure LuBgvTroables Money back If It full Tfl 5tLaa fE L n DEEPEST BUCK PAGE DoorIPardon Record Parole Given Jasper Sharp- eofBrackenCounty IFor the Murder of Mrs Ann Mc Clanaban who Sought to Protect Daughter From His Yillaliy Frankfort Oct a Residents of Pat month in Brackea ceattry bavtbeej rinaklng Inquires how freedom wa pntedtoJa pet Sharpe a notorious kcjlmlnal of that place sent up for lift for a savage murder equaling In atro Ufy that of Joe Raleigh who killed HttU Samantha Alkman for resenting hlslnenltlBg proposals Itappenrs that Sharpe was debauch IrJgaglrlthedaugbterof Mrs Ann Me Cfajian The mother attempted to protit her daughter and forbade Sbarpe to come to the boose i He thereupon went sway Bad armed himself telling some persona that he Jntagded to wipe out the whole He- Clqaaham family He then returned jto4ier home and shot the oldjnoth- erddaa she wan running sway fiom JIm aftrr which he boasted for what be had done sHarpe was received at the Frank foit Penitentiary to setve his life sea tence March 26 1896 and was paroled yuneTa 1903 having served only sev en yearn and three months of his sen tence for the barbarous deed CLRMEUCY INVOKBD A petition was presented to Jov Btekham in March Jrgozby a numBer jolpibple residing in Bracken request lag that the Goverpor grant Skarpe jQe under the act ofMrzch 211900 tie petition was Deferred by the Coy ernor to the Board of Prison CoasilB sloners The action of the Governor necessitated the filing of another pe tltfoa which waa done containing about SOO names favoring the parole May 18 1903 CoBgreMmaB dmoe wrote a letter to theboard wanting to know what steps bad been tainSha es case lookiag to laI release and rcuestlng that Ibe board take prompt action in the matter W A Byron an attorney also wrote the boud urging thtthi risebe considered The prison tcjord filed with the boariby J W Stone clerk althe prison is to the effect that Sharpe was a model prisoner and his record good KEHOE Ins PP1KSO Sharpe U a Demcrataud hence was able to enlist the Interest of Con gressman Kehw who is the champ mallYvoterstotsuch men J1IrPk 1 4 hazsparaaat f rarole 9 I la tkq ise- ty of gar i abit sip rTheTherneti g in expih- aeemstobeIn considerable com fojrt to th Free Traders as thevwel come anything that will BivdMjan argument against the Dingley law They do not note that the falling off is In agriculture product while our exports manufactures are Increas lug High prices naturally have the tendency to checkexorthof agrical ilf always flucttwtft PrQesdonhome more neatly all they prdace and at profitable prices The table of the prosperpna J A UHlcin is loaded three times a day L and full stomachs till dinner palls and lull lunch oaait eta are lull tesUtaqny to the efficapy of Plot tlClns A Great ThanKsgLyIng The next holiday will be Thanksgiving It will be if we returned thanks for all the great multitude of bless lugs Protection has brought to us BreathlttTroublesSettledGov un fortunate troubles is Breathitt coun ty are seUled How i By letting the asMsalo CCIDrD- B Cox go free Yea By letting the men whp helped to asMsalnate Ja OockrUJgofree yea By forcing every man who not testify to unit the administration gang to leave the county Yea By giving the RepmbHcaos and In dependent Democrats to understand that any opposition totbe adminis tration meant death Yes Ob yell The troubles Breathitt are settled because every man who la opposed to the administration is afraid to open his mouth I hove reliable iofptmation that the copies of this that go to Breatblt- tcountynrewotn out by being read BCcretlyA roan this week wanted to snbsciibc toy the paper but did not because he said he was afraid it It was known that he was getting It through the postofBce he would be killed The conspirators who procured the teflaaalnatlon of Cox Cockrlll and Marcttm are ns dominant today as- th ever were Settled Yes In Beckbams way by allowing innocent people to be driven from their homes and gIving immunity to criminals on a promise to coqnt a thousand majority forth Democratic ticket this fall Ohtyea The nnfoiinnate trotab ca in Breathlett unfortunate be canfiejthey were exposed are settled of the conspirators and ttgainsrihe konstpeop1eWInchen ter Sin8entiael GQV Beckhamstlenfal Due Several days since eptember arBt Princeton Kythe Hon JCSpeight Republican candidate for Secretary of States in a speech charged that Gov m pledged himself to pardon a Graves county convicted of manin who was serving atenyeai the Eddy petjltentlary or sum of 800 to be paid fut the Democratic = campaign fund Mr Speight stated Jhatbe defied a den al from Governor Beckham and if he lid so would prove truth dl the ai sertloa by Democratic autborl ty f When we went o press last week Governor Beckham was in the moun tains away from the railroad and teegraphoffice We refrained from saying anything about the charge in order Vo give Governor BccCham time to say that the charge was untrue it he desired to do so He has not de nied the charge up to the present time Thfa laone of the most notorious charges ever made against a Govern or of his State and fa the absence of a den al from Mr Beckfiam the pea pie 9i il accept the statement ol Mr Speight as true Winchester Sun SentleL Overdoing Th1igs U Is atleaat acnroaa coincidence that tIchIgantbe home of the sugar bef should be selecUd as a field for exploIting the feiclnatlons and allure men4 of baas an agricultural par dtee A company haft beea orgaai din4 Detroit to boom things Its rospfiitns and printed matter give out a high temperature Reading the hot stuff about the phenome eel fertility and productiveness of Cuba soil and the blissful sweetnesa- if Cuban climate one is forced to oncipde that It were better to own and altlvate a single acre of land In Cuba ban to drag out a wealY and profitless existence on a hundred acres la Michigan If tbe half ia true of what jBOflamlng1y set forth as to the- yijrt sums money to be madebnt- f agticnltare In Cuba that island need oi special reciprocity latAfo in the American market does notneed them but nm atandpolnt ofthe American MTBtr it ought not to have them conpmlet S Makes a Clean Sweep Theses nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever eard of Buckleha Arnica salve Ia the beat It sweeps away and cures- BurR Sores Blulses Cuts Bolls Jlcer Skla Eruption add Piles Ita inly isc and guaranteed to give sat slacuoa by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Irugitet m e TheTHessaeeoftheRose PaU Mall OaittU Long I doubted then I chose Y6atke dalntlesbilower that growo qa shall be my envoy ROte Nestling la her golden hair Iou raHst whisper Crienda beware 1 shah fade I too am fair I T hottgaate Have Kidney Tcoahle lUll Dont Know it How to Visa Out Fill a botla qr common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hoOts a sediment or settling Indicates an unhealthy condi lion of the kid neys If It stains Syour linen It Is evidence of kid Judy trouble Joo frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convlpclnrPfOof that the Kidneys and bled sin y r V irtiattere There Is comfort tri the knowledge so- often expressed tNt Dr Kilmers Swamp Root tho great kidney remedy fulfills every wish rheumatism pain In the back kidneys iivpr and put of the urinary pasaaee It corrects Inability tohold water and acaldln ttm to passIng It or ted effects following wo of or wlo or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day tad ti t many times during tho night The mild and the extraordinary effect of fiwaapRoot Is soon reallied Rstan II highest for Its WOO dorM cures of 1IIoet distressing easel II you need a mfcifcia you should the best Sold by tn5OcandI sizes You may hljf isnple bottle ol this d rMda book that about It both a telyfreeby Ad Dr lIm nOSiGOOL Co Binghamton NY Whertv t lion reading this generous offer to I per Dont make any but remeMber the name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and tho address Blnghamloo NY en every bottle r iaa i1 14 IP RENDER KY Sep 30 Mr John T Main went to Central City last Wednesday Messrs J H Brown anti H L Myern went to Louisville last Wd neat1aySMr George Lyons of Lmlsvllli was here list week Mra P K SaulsburK visited rela tlvcs in Nelson last week Mn L D Harris Is visiting In Dav- Idson thin week Mr Simon Jones wos in Hartfo d Thnrpflny T We leifield of Central CItYIwasbere Friday of Ehos lathe guest of relatives at tills writIng Mr B G Barrass of Taylor Mines was in toVa Friday- Mcsflr4 Gorge Long and Byron Barnes ol Beaver Dam were in town Ft May Mr and Mm John S Spence Cern tral City have moved Into our mldi Mis Mollie MR rtlll ol Central City come up last week to make her home with Mr and Mrs J S Spence Miss Ethel Tbarpe visited In Beaver DamSaturdaSiMr Lou Shans went to Owenaboro SatudaySMr and Mrs G D Yofk went to Central City to visit relatives Messrs Simon Stephens and Prnl VM Moseley were In BcaVcr Dam SatudavSMillS Vden Fentress visited refa tlvesln Central City nd Island Saturday and Sunday Miss Nettle Williams of Rockport visited Mr and Mrs ES Reid Sat urday Mr Tom Stieraman vlalM friends Jn Central City Saturday and Sunday Mr J L Miller of Cloverport was In town Monday Mc and Mra Will Fair of Hait ford visited Mrand Mrs McDowell FairjSundny Will Napier ot Island was here Sunday Dr Geo Chapman of Center own was jn town Monday Messrs Dan and Cob Maddox and Hosia Fulkerson left Tuesday for 11Jaysqaville Mi1D J Duncan of Greenville was hrre Monday Mrs V M Motley and Mrs Mc air Were in Hartford Satar day rOscar Brown was in Taylor Mines Sunday Robbed The Grave- A startling Incident is narrated by ohn Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lowslI was In an awful condition was almost yellow eyes nnkeh tongni coated pain cbntlaa ally ib back and sides no appitlte rowing weaker day by day Three ihysticlans had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my greatjoy the first made a decided improvement I continued helr use for three weeks andam pow well man I know they robbed the- gravof another victim No ne- shot1d fall to try them Only 51 cent guaranteed at Z Wayne Grit tin Bro drug store m T etFne Trade press is out ol all pa tien e with this never ending pros redly There is not an argument gainst Protection in sight 4WhenTile fact Is that the Tariff wilt be evised when the people at the polls demand it and not beroreNew York Times Right for once That is precisely rbea and only whea the Iatlfi will eo shQutdbe revised When jIie icoplc beJngUred of prosperity ot for jtkyj othef reason satisfactory hemselves yfsnt the farlfFreylscdj educed or removed i they will say so and U willhe done But until thai ime comes nntllthe people haVe- said so the proper thlpg to do is let he Taritt alone Economist Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion IRtSI5IUMSV1d7th1ISSI DR CABLSraiS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Maui refBBdtd H yon an not ptesii4 wMB rsunltt baa cured tkaiaa4a itS not roa r 5aronttwsrcbaptct3- 5oadeIiKv wass nftuzoryursrr9i Iaqwupnad11 a = 1 rrIfu = 5awtl us a U- lawtJr meaner SDf9JI =I ilfOU TH8 AMWBCAN PHARMACAt CO ayensvn isa THE OLD FOLKS AT HOft1EI Are Never Without Pemna in ihpHOusejfor Catarrhal Diseases JIIB AND MRS J 0 ATIII date of 1018trrD UNDER reoetndtb foUowti s 1ettoiS 1 II My wife bad been suffering trpm complication of diseases for the past siG years M Her casebad baffled tho skill ofsome of the most noted physicians Ono of her worst trouble was chronlo consti- patiOn of several years standing Sho also was pasalng through that tnoet critical period In the Ufo of a wonjan change of life In Juno 1885 I wrote toyoU aboat her case You ad ineacourse ofFernaa and Manalln yrblch wo at once commenced and hart to say It completely euraraierr She flrmly belleyee thateno wouldhaV twes dead only for theea wonderful remedlea About the samo time t wroia yot about my oWh cas8 of catarrh which bad been ot36 years steading Attune I waa almost past going X commenced to BSO Porous according to your Ina true Uona and continued its use for about a fear and U baa completely cdeuy- ofme4IadeiithatyOucJnIm ttheme and even mote Catrri ctaeot exbtwbtn Ptrua Is taken IIcc 10 ledMAz SIHXXM to 1I1H1TefH S Jolts O Atklaioa THE 0 New York World ThrlceaWeek Editin Read r hcroyer tho English Language is Spoken The Thrlcen Week World long ago established Itself inlpublic Javciiiuil it is now recognized ea1 the strongest publication of its kind in the United States Advertisers and publishers seeking clubbing comBlnations and they know best universally testify to title It is widely circulated in every State and Territory pf the Un- Ion and even in remote Sonjth Africa and bn the gold fields in the deserts pf AustralIa These are the things thstell N xt year we have the Presidential campaign In which all Americans are deeply interested Already the issue are being discussed and the twOjgreat parties are preparing for the first moves You will not want to miss any details and if you subb scribe now your years subscription will cover the campaign from begin ntngtoendThe World is abso Jntely fair in Its political news Par lean bias Is never allowed to effect its news columns and Democrat and Re publican alike can obtain in its pages paJ1eIIn addldlon to all the news the ThtlceaWcek World furnishes the beat serial fiction elaborate mprket reportsand other features C interest The Thrlcea Week Worlds regular jubacrlptlon price Uonlj i per jenr and this pays for 156 papers of fer this uniqnalled newspaper and RKTOBLICAN togtthrr one yrar lot lt6 I 1InaAtkinson say fterao exJI rtondbwIUttPernnai uf will everCOlJUa to Mk II os4forPerunL Wtterwkit thivtllBg man tam a watMat iIjmansk JrelllltJohaO Atklnaoif Box 272 laaepeadeacetMo Whop old ago comeS oh canrValdJ easel tfio lsb Systeinlo Oatarrkl al moiVuh1yrh1 1 old pep1 J Tbla oxplalns why POroD has become so Indlspdnsablb 6 old peopTjvierBl4t Is their safeguard Peruna la the eay tn remedy yet devised tbafnteeta tbeae duedexactlyS triT Suhenaep cannotibo trel t dloaally oth1ngbutan eqett4y4em9cm edT bjuld attIc whaP IY1 F V t ti xnt n If ybadofiottaeelYe prompt and aM- kfactoryrOnlIa from tfaeoie of nuiar write at once te Dr naiteaaa glvtag a- SnUItsismonofiorcaae and ho wtU 77 be pl eod toIveyot1h4evalusb1oad yleegra MJ l i it- AddreM Dr Hartman President ot The Hartniaa Sanltarlua CelambaV w Ohio r r 11 IllinpjsGentriil IS Unusually Low Rates to the South and South- westOctober 2O On the aba date till JIlluoU Central will Mil round trjp tlcMU from Beartr Darn to Jac soi Miss Yfcksbflrg MIa Natchez Texr New OrteaBS aa i t r and to all llllnoU Central nod Yaioo A MiasMeIp ptYniley R n poInts In the BtatMOf UMMtppT and out ttna 1it12oo farth5Ron4frip JenpInsrLa Uke c1194IL Beanmoit Tex HefiitM Text and to point on the Southern racMft It Rla the SLat of Louisiana and Texas oust of sail Including Uoniton Tnai At 15 for the Rod VIRetHraTicket and fnlf Information of ngenUotihi IlllttoU Ventral and connecting line 4 A U5 HANSON 0 P A Chicago OWXWCJI- Itr1M TtsItsdYosHstsMsstIL Oi fES ibil DKITRUsTuo1 IOWPtSBOROtKY J Cash Capital 50000SlwkhoWr AAItl Lllblllly 30000 tQntr l find for Cntlom riee09O oatOelieik OndS BoiWw M depoCIor cluck iou be don bJ u IntrI psLt on I U iPKR CENT for U month lor 1 otorstiortITpeliOdI IntreIbg1na lro-uor wtW for nirtticriiwllcvUn T IAMBEKReX PrtJL I I toYouTakeQiji Ita1Ot1yon do if you are a vleUm of Dont Do lto Its Dango ouL Woll admit it will euro malarla but It loaves almost deadly after cffoeta HEEBJNiis purely tab1nn l nbeolntolyguaranteod to cure malaria sick hpfulacho blltoiWicjB and aU tomacl1t kidney and Hvpr complaluta TRY IT TODAY 30 Cents A Bottle All Drulata Sale by J H Williams Hartfoi n 4 1Rb eiTaste1essCT1hM tood the test 25 Average Au1ll1 Sales over One Ii4 Halt IIiBSotI iottIIADoeItWlncoriofiDerit aW1 tjoi JNatkll00tUVerrJI hllltl I 1 5 9 S L f L jb T i 1 W 5 S I Ir- t Hartford Republican Iuaedbjtbe IIMUord FabilhlagCompagrix- aoarofASCO C E 81ITIIlclllor XxrlCXotxC CuznblloncL3nouah nsoVI PRIDAY OCTOBER 9 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB 008110B MORRIS n DFLINAI Von LIIITIIAIIT Ooranxon J u WJLJlOTT Ron TUAlI1a1o JUAN A IILACI FOR AIDITOB 001101 W WELSh FOR ATTORNET naLRAL W tat uE0It11Elt lOB BCn rAllTOI flUTE J C UrEIOnT FOB STATE fI1PllUluIlDJII- TLnJNOHTONE JIICCJARTNT Von OOUMIIWORCR 01 AQJUCtLTI11- 1GEOR u BAUER 1 FoaPLEaeerCoomrorderEcaJ11NEWMAN 8StkaoAD OoWWIIOftJ Third District ADAIITNILRFOR W sCUTT MORRIHON FOil OoIUIONtrLUTH ATTOIUI- Ift L UEAYRIN FOR STATE BSIIAf- OBLVI8IJBENNETI FOR RIPUUZETATrr- cDR A D rA1tl FOB CIRCCIT COVET CLERK E Q BABRA5H i THE writ up of Cot Belknaps speech by the Herald was unique TuE re election of Gov Dockham would be a serious draw back to the prosperity of the State TIm Republicans gained 310 votes in the registration in Owensboro over the first days registration last year IT is now something more than r three weeks until the election and the prospects for the entire Repub lican ticket to be elected grows brighter every day WIlEN you go to vote this fall you should compare the business qualjfi- caUons of Col Belknap with the par don record of Gov Beckham and cast your vote for the best interest o- fthe 8Ute by voting for Col Bolknap WHEN such men as Gen Buckner Major Owens Col Breckenridge Mr Knott and scores of others are leaving the Democratic party It is time for people to stop and think and do likewise SUEDIPF Mclnery of Kenton county has bolted the Democratic ticket and says that he is now a Republican Ho says ho cannot stand the tactics of the Democrats There art others in the same condition GovERxou Beckham is not satisfied with pardoning all the Democrats in the State penitentiary but ho has begun to pardon criminals convicted in the Federal Court A fullaccount of which willappear in our next faE IF the Republicans and Independent voters of this Judicial District will do their full duty between now and the election W Scott Morrison will be Circuit Judge and M L Heavrin will bo elected Commonwealths Attorney IN the selection of officers of the election nKcnton county Sheri Mcluery a Democrat voted with the Republican member and refused to appoint some officers recommended by the Pugh faction of the Demo cratic party This is carrying the matter too far and is Goebelism pure and simple IT has been suggested that the reason the Democrats of Kentucky didnt adopt a platform was that they could find no place wherein they could insert that rehashed old phrase We point with pride They have absolutely done nothing that they could be proud of In anticipation of the crushing defeat that awaits them in November they could have appropriately used that other time worn expression of theirs and said U Vo view withalarm IT has now been more than three weeks since the Hon J O Speight charged in a speech that Gov Beckham had agreed to pardon a criminal for 80000 the same to be paid into the Democratic campaign fund and as yet the Governor has not denied the charge Can rt bo true that the Governor of this Com monwealth would agree to do such a tbingTho silonce on the part of the Governor indicates that the charge is true This is a serious question and the people should consider it well before lending their as aistanpo to such a candidate THE Hartford Herald this week takes up considerable apace in giving Judge Morrison acme free advertising in hie race for Circuit Judge against Mr Birkhead Heretofore during last year the Herald refused to givl its space to any other candidate for Circuit Judge except Mr Birkhead and when Judge Owens friends ape plied to it for space during the cam paign for the nomination for Circuit f I Judge ho was very promptly turned down and he and his friends were compelled to pay for space at ten cents per lino We desire to con JratuJate Judge Mormon on his abil fly to secure over ono column of free advertising when Judge Owen had to pay at the rate of ten cents per Uno for advertising his campaign We gather these facts from the letters of Mr U B Likens published in the Herald ofSoptember1002 Bythe way those letters of Mr Likens and the editorials published in the Her aId about that time are very interesting reading and Judge Owens friends In the Democratic party could gain some information from them In one of thom Likens saysuDoCi Mr nirkheal think that the Demo crats of Ohio county are so lacking in spirit and so dull and stupid as to turn with cringing and fawning and kiss the hand that smote him We thinknot and enough of the Demo crate of Ohio county will vote for Judge Morrison as to forever relegate Mr Birkhead to the rear Bradley on The stump Louisville Oct 3The fact that GovBradley has not spoken for Belk nap has aroused Bogle comment Chairman John C Wood of the Re publican speakers bureau yesterday received the following letters from former Gov Bradley Louisville Ky Oct s Ig03Hon John C Wood chairman speakers bureauSir Had my health Justl fled I would have spoken for the Republican party before this and shan certainly speak as soon as able The best Interest of the state reo quires the election of the Republican ticket and I trust that no man will be found who Is not willing to do his dutyI that no effort will be spared to register the vote In the cities and towns of the commonwealth as this Is the tonndatlon of success and In the absence of a full and proper reglstra tlon we cannot hope to win Your friend W O BRADLEY Judge W s Morrison The Hawesvl11e Plalndealera Democratic paper published at Hawesvll1e In this JudlctelDietrIcthas the follow Ing to say of Judge WScott Morrison for Circuit Judge Judge Scott Morrison was born under a lucky star and Is now nearing the rainbows end where golden success itvalts him The Plaludealer gives Its most earnest support to Judge Scott MorrIson because we know end all men know that when elected he will not play with or be a puppet clown in the great office where mens lives and lib erty and property are Involved The very knowledge that an cases coming before him will be tried fairly ilccord ing to law And evidence guarantees him at once the support of all conser vative men who do not want the Judl clary contaminated by politics A vote for Judge Morrison will live to become a proud boasts 1 Wants a Part of the Fee Frankfort Ky Oct 6AdJutant General Murray has decided to appeal to the Legislature to reimburse him for work preformed by him In the collection of the Kentucky war claim from the National Government and for which Capt C C Calhoun was paid a fee of ylooo by the provisions ot a contract made and entered Into with Gov Beckham Gen Murray arrived here from West Point yesterday to complete ar rangements for the reception of Gov eckham at Camp Young tomorrow Before his departure from the city Gen Murray reiterated his statement In reply to the charge of Major Owens that he did not receive or request one cent of the fee allowed Capt Calhoun for the collection of this war claim I might have said and probably did say to Col BreckenrIdge that I believed that I was entitled to some compensation for the collection of the claim and I say so now for I did con slderable work In this matter I expect to ask the Legislature at the very next session to reImburse me for the work I performed In assist- Ing to collect this claim I did more work toward bringing about a settle mint of the SpanishAmerlcan war claim than any other man and have performed more work since my ap polntment as Adjutant General than any of my predecessors Birkilead Skeered The lIawesvl11e Platudealer a Dem- beratle paper of HawesvlUe says Mr Birkhead of Owensboro spoke to a small crowd Saturday night at the local play house The gentleman Is making a housetohouse canvases for the office of Circuit Judge This seems to be a new departure for a candidate for such a dignified position and the general belief Is that hels badly frightened It Coos Right to the Spot When paIn or Irritation exIsts on any part of the body the application of Billards Snow Liniment give prompt relief It goes right to the spot said an old man wpo was rab bing It In to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tenaha writes I have used Bal lards Snow Liniment In my family for several years and have found It to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend It for pains In the throat and chest 25c 5oe and 100 at J H Williams m OASIJIOrlXAJJ- erItb idl K Yos Ha Always Bosll- 1tuaRa dct LIST IS IGNORED Kenton Elected Board Wonl Not Name Pughs Officers- Covingtou l Ky Ot 5 Local Democrats threaten to mandamus the Kenton County Election Commission to force It to name aU election officers from the list submitted by the Demo cratic Executive Commltt e Sherlfi McInerney an antlPugh Democrat voted with Republican Commissioner Kenedy against Democratic Commis sioner Lemler and In twentytwo In stances In the selection of election officers for this city and Ludlow the Democratic Committees list was Tg nosed Those who support theaction of the majority port of the commission con tend that under the election law the County Commissioners are given ab astutely power to Judge of the fitness of men suggested fur places AS elect Iou officials and that where they deem oil the persons proposed to be Improper they may appoint others not on the list The opposition ho sever asserts that the election ttatue says the officers shall be selection from lists submitted by the party committees and thut where the commission finds objection to all the names offered It Is the spirit of not the letter of the law that a supple mental list he requested of the party organization The matter likely will be settled by the courts interprets tlon of the election law TAE LAW IN TIlE CASE Unless the officers are selected from the lists submitted by each party committee then the selection rests absolutely with a partisan maJority This would make It possible to remove every element of chance from every election Sherifi Mcluerney says hets here alter a Republican but If so he must abandon his old Democratic practices and unite with the RepuJlIcans In au efiort to secure lair elections everywhere In other counties the Democratic sheriff acting with the Democratic County Commtsloners has Ignored the lists submitted by the Republican officers and themselves made the selectionThis a return to Goebellsm It resorts to law under which the elec tons of 1899 and 1900 were held and all the friends of fair elections should oppose this mutilation of the law Editor Republican There Is more Catarrh In this sec tiouof the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incura ble For a great many years doctors pronuonced It a local disease and pre scribed local remedIes and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced It Incurable Sd ence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dIsease and therefore reo quires constitutional treeatmen- tHalll Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cherry Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is token internally In doses Io drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur face of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for cIrculars and testl- monlals Address P J Chery Co Toledo Ohio Sold by DruggIsts 95C Halls Family PlUs are the best Nasal Catarrh qulskly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which Is agreeable aromatic It Is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which It diffuses itself A remedy for NesRI Catarrh which Is dryIng ot exciting to the diseased membrane shouLd not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 5o cents at druggists orby mall A cold In the heal immedeatelty disappears when Cream Balm Is used my Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Republican Speaking Hon E T Franks of Owensboro will address the voters of Ohio county at Fordsville Saturday October 10th and at the Court House here the following Monday Octo ber 12 Speaking begins I oclocl p m M S Ragland Chmn- E M Woodward Secy a s OLATON KY Oct 6The farmers are very busy now seeing alter their fall work Several attended the Hartford Pair last week and report a nice time Health Is very good In our vicinity Wm Lyons has been on the sick listThe Republicans In our precinct are very much Interested In this elec- tlon and I am proud of our little precinct for It Is most certainly composed ot good loyal wen both Democrats and Republicans Men that have got backbone enough to come out like men and vote their sentiments Our friend that writes to the Herald It seems would like for somebody to believe it Is dead easy to pull Republicans over In Olaton precinct to vote with the Democrats Oh my good old Democrat our boys have to much backbone for that and too well posted Our boys In and about Ola ton are all good law abJdipgmen and they are not likely to get Into any serious trouble If they should they might have a faint idea of voting for Beckham Knowing his pardoning record so well I have heard good M bone Dizzy Then your liver Isnt acting well Yau suffer frombilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure And Ite WaD your tnoutebe or borcu beuW1b- roWD orrleb bllek r menus- BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wr 1 L D tMIq1 M A 11411 e0MYM N M est Democrats say it they knew It was so about Gov Beckham pardoning that young man for shooting that girl they couldnt vote for him They must be blinded by the God of Democracy or just dont want to be lIeve the truth Election Officers The following Is R list of election officers appointed by the Board of Election Commissioners of Ohio county Ky to conduct the Novem her 193 election tn OhIo county to wit East HertfordJ B Poster and A L Westerfield Judges W S Tins fey SherlO J n Williams Clerk West HartordV G Barnett and S T Stevens Judges Jno n Bean Sheriff S A Anderson Clerk BedaBen Chamberlain and lIar din Beard Judges Steven R Bennett Sheriff WQ Parks Cler- kSnlphurSpringsL G Weller and J B Wallace Judges M T Likens Sheriff A B Wedding Clerk MaganJ B Taul and Jan H Miller Judges Willie LeweUyn Sheriff Jno Mullet Clerk CromwellH T Porter and Silas L Stevens Judges Joe W Wilson Sheriff Henry Leach Clerk Cool SpringsA B Stanley and J tVe Boles Judges H E Brown Sheriff J N Berryman Clerk North RockportM J Reid and DavId Duncan Judges J E Maddox Sheriff Joe Smith Jr Clerk South Rockport 1 E Wilson and las E Wilson Judges John Mlles Sheriff Henry Hunley Clerk SelectTom Wilson and mo L Miller Judges C J Wallace Sheriff Oscar Stewart Clerk horse BranchM H Crowder and Jas Arnold Judges W P Miller SheriO Floyd Anent Clerk RoslneLopey Thompson and C E Raley Judges J B Monroe Sher- elaF L Sanderfur Clerk East Beaver DamR H Taylor and J Mason Taylor Judges DoB Reid Sherla P E Hocker Clerk West Beaver DamJ Warren Bak er and C L Woodward Judges RH Barnes Sheriff D J Coleman Clerk McHenrYJno Jones end Everett Herrell Judges R P Beck Sheriff Herbert Sanders Clerk CentertownT M Hatcher and W I Rowe Judgea W H Bean Sheriff James Reneer Cler- kSmallhousJ T Rowe and Sam Morton Judges Seth Hunter Sheriff Clint Igleheart Clerk East PordsvUleN B Smith and H S Wlnrey Judge P C Mcsley Sheriff J W Hale Clerk West PordavilleSam Miller and Wm Lyons Judges A Henderson Sheriff Garland Lanam Clerk tnavl1IeS P Whitely and ST- Phtlllps Judges R R Rhodes Shere- la W H Miller Clerk ShreveR B Whlttlnghl11 and Mark Clough Judges Grant Pollard Sheriff Dr D HGndsey Clerk OlatonW H Stevens and Carson CByers Judges J B Cannon Sheriff N B White Clerk BufordEzra Baird aadBen New ton Judges J T Morgan Sheriff J n Holbrook Clerk- BartletteCharles Phlllpps and J n Davis Judges Lonnie Smith Sheriff D B Bartlett Clerk HtfllnEd Stewart and Virgil Turner Judges T D Owen Sherla A C Rowan Clerk CeralvoW H Morris and E W Smith JudgestLon Barnard Sheriff E M Kimmel Clerk Point PleaslntW P Render end Jas A Tichenor Judges W P Con ditt Sheriff P O Coffman Clerk NarrowsC F Boswell and JM Graham Judges Wm Green Sheriff C C Carter Clerk RalphB U Morgan and Jno W Ralph Judges G D Royal Sherifi C W Moseley Clerk For Commonwealths Attorney Hon M L Heavrln nominee of the Republican party for Commonwealths Attoiney for the Sizth Judt vial District or Kentucky washer one day last week shaking hands with friends Mr lIeavrlu Is a yonng lawyer whom few excel He has climbed towards the topmost r und of fame with rapid strides He began the practice of law as poor boya do without any backing save the good wIshes of friends and by his honest efforts and unquesttoneintegrity he reputationIlnuateo the Louisville Law University lie wan elected County Attorney for Ohio county In 1897 and served his county wIth credit to himself and his constituents We were talking with the present Circuit Judge one day about Mr Heavrln and he said Heavrin Is on one side of nearly eVe cry Important case at the Hartford Oar This should convince every man ot the candidates sterling worth as a lawyer The people need a taw per that is in speaks well for a state or a district to have a Commonwealths representative that Is so richly endowed with all the qualities It takes to make au honest man au able lawyer and an Industrious stu dent Such are the qualification of the candidate the Republican party his gIven the people a chance to vote for at the coming November election Hawesvll1 Plaludealer LIVERMORE KY taihereI he has nearlytecovered from his long spell of Illness The Livermore pea pIe are loathe to pInt with him as he 1 will be transferred to some other point Reed Athersou of this and S3crantentoIwere t last Sunday They will make their home at this place Jno and Chas Cowgill have bought the stock of goods and house owned by R O Gore and will conduct the business In the same line on a larger IIItheand adds much to the beauty of the Interior of the church The McLean County Medical So- cletq met here Saturdy with small attendance but considerable Interest was manifested among those present C B Edmunds has returned home after spendIng three weeks In Hopkins county In the Interest of the Equitable Insurance Company The suit recently filed In the Mc Lean Circuit Court against the trustees of the Livermore Graded School to prevent the collection of taxes recently voted and levIed for the main tenance of the school was called last week and resulted In a victory for the trustees Mr and Mrs J P Shutt and Miss Myra Johnson of Calhoon were In town Sunday Mi Gordon Pierce who lost his house by fire last week will rebuild In the near future Rev T L Reid of Uawelovllle has been assigned to the Livermore circuit of the M H Church South for the ensuing year Mr SebasUn of Henderson Is organizing a Commandery of the Gol den Cross Society at this place Quite a number from here attended the Hartford Pair last week and all reported a good Pair and a good time W S Trunnell of this place has leased a farm near Utica where he will soon move and engage In farm Ing JfMothors Who would keep their children In Rood health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermlfnge getsdigestion uphtalthyWilliams m The American SocIety of Equity We have a society named the Amer Ivan Society of Equity of North Amer lea It was first organized In Indt ianapolis Iqd and the malu office Is I there It Is speadtug all over the country every fast We organized a union in our district Saturday June 6th at West Point church Matanzas Ohio county Ky The object lu view I of the s ocikty Is to en operate to organize In order to be able to get aIfair price for our farm products and- o hold It for a certain length of time to be directed by the meld of Gee think this Is a very good time Jar most of the people The farmer has been helddown long enough People of almost every other kind of organize and set their prices bUdner1 have to buy from them n why we could not do the same we all know that the farmer feed world and why cant we organize get paid for all our hand work because farm crops are used by everybody This organization would be oIbenefit to almost everybody from the President down to the county pauper If any of the readers want further information address the American So dety of Equity Indianapolis Ind S W Tlcbenor Point Pleasant ortorganizer of Ohio county Nat Lindley Warren Lindley W Coffmlln J M Stearman A B Tlch enor Iris Render R M Tic- henorsco1Ts EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion a gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is a most sustaining foOdand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and boe and blood For pole girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help II Send for free sample SCOTT da BOWNE Chemlate 4094115 Pearl Street NewYorW 600 and 81001 all druggists Imt M1 crfW eer r taa 1lnka 1 ei d5 shave LI1LolieAeJ t wsLaa e I- Ianr4 UoFa- e totwar3- 1LAUte MOe Mi The public earlier supply invited store heArts DRESS GOODS Wool Dress havo collection most fashionable headquarters country most desirable at most stck idea pleasing womanOf purse well those unlimited SUITS SHOES HATS Mon soleetod from stoekin country with idea Low nothing to lookand it to you buy fi B ARB 4i AFTERYOU ii 14 J4i4Il WE WANT YOUR TRADE JI 4iv We want to furnish you yoUr FallsMerchandise Our fullof the Worlds Latest Creations a of d Clothes Top Coat Dress Pattern Hat a 4in Pair of Shoes Dry Notions ture and Groceries we the people to 4Il see We the uptodate of General Merchandise in the county and you will not be if you to rls 1Ifi Clothing 4I- lMens Suits nil latest Colorsi from 300 to 2500 k BoYs Suits 250 to 1000 Y Childrens to 500 3 4i 1 Dress Goods Our stock is compltto with all latest Trimmings to tlti Shoes for Everybody 4iChih1lenscantrlpkind have tho famous 14 W L Douglas Shoes for and P W 4i Shoes for Ladiesttl 01 Our stock is comphto ovory respect Whonifare trading with us at head9uarlorsl1Try us your Fall Winter supplies 4inl Ci CARSON 9- QCO HI 4i tl t Ci J ar f a E P BARNES rBRO sl BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY IAUl at Cltl mm Mw ij MiIIi ijf m f Irirnrni f lMi nM Wm fmti waist Nev Bay p Prlcee Our keen interest accorded our New Fall Things the past week early shoppers deprived our ad man ofanopportunity extending to the invitation to our quarters to 1 Ne see the Mammoth Preparations we have made to their in the correct things every fcombFai deparmmet of our store You are to visit and willing hands and glad will JPsYt take pleasure in showing you the diversified and elaborate collection of GENERAL MERCHAN Go DISE ever shown in this c ountythingiJ Do I In Goods wo quite a of the noWest conceits shown in the the We havo thorn in the weaves e tho rcasonabloriveso This WU8selctcqvith the of the small s as with an batik account I For and Boys the best tho an of STYLE DuruBility and Prices It cost 1peans a saving if you w with Big Store c If it is Suit Goods Fjrnt i are have most stock 8 disappointed como see us 1 tho weaves and 1Suits 75a the Imatch till i Wo n full lino of men Minor in you you are for and 1 41fi r City tRear I l by monel an visit wants in our most k of is MILLINERYlugh- Our Superror Selections for tho Autumn Scison are roadyatefrthe critical inspection of every Lady in this countgfy Ace visits cording to the sales in tillS Department the past woek and J Mr vlaltlltheknow that our line is beyond reproach I tt lViseItwSTRIKING SHOW QF WOMENS GARMENTS S ware loJO k PalWepriceVurgod to call and seo the greatest effortsof tiur lustory in the 4charf9aoddisplay of Fashionable Garments at reduced prices = NI J 1taunE P BARNESBRO J Beaver f1 fQrd cheafr r f I L r F1jt f i O r I JUSTtht I rf 1 NEW FALL GOODS i faJ Wo have used tho utmost taro in selection Bought 1 f= at the lowest possiblo cash prico and now havo our Mt shelves loaded with the best the market affords We 1j cordially invite you to see our stock We will then E demonstrate the difference between CASH BUYING J I g and CASH SELLING and CREDIT BUYING and g M n CREDIT SELLINGsk tocReadyMade Skirts s EOnly 348 for instep Skirt allwool Melton with 1ti 4 setuio piping cording and buttons This is a hwJj stylish and neat garment comes in Navy Blue and Black tho kind you usually pay 500 for i 41 i = Woolen Dress Goods tr J Fifty ixinch heavy black Melton for Skirta tho 1 kind that most houses charge 135 for only three J 1 yards to Skirt our price 100 per yard to J NavyBmtvn t T 1 a everywhere else our special prico to you fcs tfifJc lit r Besides these specials wo are showing tho Vone i Joe fL tiaras Granites Scotch Mixtures Etc at astonish J 2 in syluKO fQ Millinery Department iJ Our opening was a grand success Hats tho prot J n tiest in town so said by folks that know Tim our orders are stacking uptther y tfi if you aro after the latest follow tho crowd to our = yj Millinery parlors You vnll bo treated courteously Imes i14a inn rtfi Trade at Bargain Centers = er theCi tr Efit Ci f Irr rvr r r r r r r rr r r vrrr r rr r r r ritas F Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 City Restaurant 1 adJI All money looks alike to us- CARsoN Co Oar low prices keep ns buiy i CARSON Co f This store never bas vocation I JI tARsoK Co Another new M of Millinery at Cuaft- r Nice hot luich nl City 5USUUiaril k11 bouts J J Veneltnerbuy nor bell qucatlgn Lie Roods CARSON Co No regreltf alter joubavc traded here CARSON CoQ Cut HS HnrUwick Memphis WIll In town this week Our highest smbitoti l a lu have you Htlsfied CARSON Co Fresh Oysters served In any style at City Restaurant New Tricots Oxfords Silks for waist at Pair Gos Boys Suits a specialty at Fairs Prices from fl to 5 Our clothing Ja as good as your mosey CARSON Co New line Belts Side Combs Back Cumbe Etcat Fair Gos Falrs 10 Sulta are the kind Sou pay 350 at other houses Go to City Restaurant for good things to eat during the Fair Do your pocketbook justice by buy lug here CARSON Co City Restaurant is headquarters fur Oysters Flab Celery Fiults c Dr David Miller of Owensbqio 4 visited his parents here last week Mr Horace Pendleton St Louis Is visiting relatives in and near Hart ford Visit Fairs Millinery Parlor you will see the newest creations in Head ware f Fair Co eau save you money 1 on your whiter Shoes Get their prices i Mr Sam Bach and wife and Mr Charlie Bach returned from Louisvilleio 1 re Sunday Nicest allc Irenheet line ol Cakes t and Crackers In Hertford at City Res itftasuant r The Floating Studio la now at Hut t fordlu tll January I 1904 Our prices on many 61 our better are Jr cheaper than ever It will pAy you to give us a call betort going elsewhere f t x Robt McDowell Bellalre Ohio is In the country visiting friends and relatives Mrs A J Casey Gallatln Tens visited Mrs J C Thomas the first of the week Bring on your Eggs Chickens Feathers and Butter CARSON CO- OSTEOPATRYDr D W King is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf We offer the beat that care and ex provideICARSON Co Miss Mary Ashby Owensboto who has been visiting Mrs A H Rowan bas returned home Another shipment ol Readymade 348buStheMt and Mrs B F Feener Butler county visited his daughter Mrs R- BMartlnthla week Mr Charley Griffin after spending several weeks with his parents has returned to Jennings La Mr and Mrs Ed Johneon of Mc Lean county visited the family ol Mrs Ann Bennett last week Let ns know bur error and we willv see that it is corrected CARSON Co Our Remnant Calico is going fast You must get a bustle on you if you get a bundle CARSON sit Co Mr and Mrs J W Stevens and baby of Utica Davieaa county visited relatives near town the first of the week Mr and Mrs B S Ellis of Maceo Daviesa county visited Mr Bills parents Mr and MM A C Bills near town the first of the week Mr and Mrs W H Her ol Chem paign III who have been visiting relatives near town lor several days will leave for their home today Oweu Allen living near town died last Wednesday of typhoid fever and his remains were buried in the faintly burying ground on Thursday Miss Tillle May happened to a very painful accident at the Fair last Set urday afternoon In coming down the steps she fell sustaining a severe fracture of the knee Dr A Stanley was prerent and attended the young lady and she was improving at last accounts Mrs Nancy S King was called to BvansvUle Ind last Saturday morn Ing by telegram stating that her soninlaw Mr John Kortz was dead as the result ota scaffoldrope break ing he falling a distance of forty leet He was the husband ot Amin da Kingri Mrs Kings youngest daughter 1 a There are several well developed eases of smallpox at Island McLean county Hon B T Pranks will speak at the Court House next Monday Octo bet 12 1923 at I oclock Mr Alex Stogner one of Ohio countys best citizens died very and denly at his home near McHrnry last Saturday Hon E T Franks will speak at Fordsvltle tomorrow October 10 at the Court House Monday October la Everybody should hear him Mrs Mlzella Tanner of the Alexander neighborhood has sold her farm to Mr M B Barnard Mrs will likely move wlttTher family Owensboro Miss Johnson of Owensboro who has been nursing Mr C E Smith returned to her home Wednesday Mr Smith having Improved sufficient lor her to issue Dont fall to see the millinery Goods at the Economy Dry Goods Store If we havent what you want e make It Come to see usIMRS SARA COLLINS SUITH WANTED Everybody to see the largest and best assortment of Ladles Misses and childrens Pare and Cloaks ever brought to Hartford at Economy Dry Goods Store The Methodlcts ol the HarUord Circuit have recently built a handsome parsonage which Is now ready tor oc cupancy The new pastor Rev W Miller will arrive In a few daya and he and his family will occupy the new personage Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd arrested Willis near Horse Branch Monday under a warrant from Butler unty charging him with assault g a nine year old girl Mr Boyd took Willis Morgantown Tuesday where he was lodged In jail Mrs JohnChapman of Owensboro who has been visiting Mrs J A Anderson end other relatives In and near Hartford lor several days retnrned to home yesterday She was accompanied home by Mrs Anderson and little daughter Cova who will spend- a week visiting relatives and friends Owensboro Mrs Claude Blankenship of Beav Dam died at her residence last Monday after an fitness of several months Her remains were burled at Goahen burying grounds on Tuesday la the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing Irlends Fa M metal services were conducted by Rev E W Coakley There was a large assortment of poultry at the Ohio County pair last Mr A D Wood had a large- sortment Mr Jno P Poster had a number In the show and Judge Jno B to Wilson was oa hand with several of his brood and Mr J M Mattingly had a fine display Mr Mattingly exhibited the same fowls that he took first premium on at thel tate Fair and took second premium on them at the Indiana State Fair Mr W O King of Chicago III was In Hartford during the Fair vie ping his mother Mrs Nancy S King and sister Mrs Emma Hud son also his aunt Mrs E JHndaon This was Mr Kings first visit here In nineteen years He left this coati ty some twentyfive years ago and went Into the lumber business oat ol tlWIDdymesa men Mr King says our little town has changed considerably in his tJhNrtyhis old Irlends He left for his home In Chicago Saturday Young Mens Sunday The Mens Christian Asso Lcialtonmeeting to be held in the Beaver Dam Methodist Churchy South Sunday at 3 p m The meeting will be addressed by Pro O M Shvltz oCI Hartford and Secretary Jullaa Smith of Louisville The Hartford quartet will sing several selection A good meeting Is expected end all are cordially invited to attend- liUFORDKY In Oct 7Mrs Laura Magan la with her mother Mrs Dr Coleman at Beaver Dam this week Mr George Patton and Mss Louisa Northern were married last ThnYsdsy at the brides home near here Messrs Noble Hudson R R Cun duff and 3zra Cnndlfli attended the H bulal of Mrs Ambroea CUlldUJatsl Whiteavllle MondayCiBorn to the wile of Worth Wade a a boy Mr Ford Dodson kof Beech Grove n visited fa this community last week Mrs Sallie Bales has bought prop erty here and will move Into same fAtutvllle to attend the Davlesa County 1SagatMr J D Holbrook and wife visited in Hartford Monday Joe Noe lib hishomeHe has been confined to his bed for yslclabfears ofhealthpersisted have keen under treatment I CbamIrIlns effectFor v r LYTLE HOWLED DOWN Democrats Break up Republican Speaking Everybody in Hartford and the surrounding country remembers J W Lytle who formerly lived here sari was a teacher in Hartford College The Owensboro Inquirer says Prof JW Lytle went to Stanley Monday night for the purpose of mak lug a speech In behalf of the Republican ticket He had a good audience and was getting along very well at the end ol hall an hour when Court Mastersou walked into the hall and tototo his remarks Finally he arose and cursed and threatened the speaker whereupon many persons knownlng that Masterson was armed left the house He was finally taken out but the speaking was brought to an early close Masterson is constable In the Stanley precinct and his father is a candidate for magistrate The Dem ocrats ot the district regret the matter very much and the Republicans are highly Indignant saying that they will see that Masterson la punished Thepenalty in such cases is a fine of from fso to 500 and Imprisonment for not less than six months Conference Appointments- The 59th annual session of the Louisville Conference of the M E Church South came to a close at Marlon last Monday The following are the ap polntments ol this the Owensboro district Presiding Elder J T Rusbilige JjMainCi Owensboro Circuit TJ Randolph Yelvlngton A J Bennett Roslne B W Lswhern Calhoon R H Roes Beech grove R C Bogard Hartford W T Miller jrCloverportBeaver Dam Ed Boggeas IoFordavllleSouth Carrollton W W Prine Livermore J L Reid Snlphur Springs G A Salvage Pleasant Ridge R D Bennett BEDA KY Oct 7Itev Cantrill filled his al ular appointment at Sblakle Chapeltc Sunday Mr W Q Parks and daughter iss Mary went to Hartford Tues day Miss Minnie Loney is visiting friends In OwensboTo this week Mrs Iloaea Shown is rela 7Uves in Whltesvllle this weekslSupt DeWeesr paid an official visit our school Friday Mr Lonnle Hoover Owensboro visited friends here last week MlM Vivian Bennett visited her sister Mrs Tula Chinn at Hartford last week Miss Euola Iler Owensboro was the guest of relatives and friends here last weekrMrs T H Hlckey Whitesvllle was the guest of Mr Hoses Shown and tautly Saturday and Sunday Mr Joseph Bennett left Saturday for a two weeks visit to relatives in Kvansvllle Mr W C Bennett is building an to addition to tits residence Mr Edward Ellis an exsoldier reo recently from the Pbllllplne E and Is the goat of his brother Mr James Ellis Miss Pearl Nave Owensboro was guest oi Misses Alberta end Greer Saturday alghttI1Quite a lumber from here at tended the Ohio County Fair at Hartford be last weep Mr Clarence Shown and Miss Era iles attended the musical at Mrs McCormlckB at No Creek Saturday nightMr ofW C Bennett west to Beaver am Monday tits Mrs W R Carson who has been visiting relatives near Ccntcrtown returned home SatmtdeqaMr Walter week la Hertford is at homeagaluat Mlaa Anna Bennett spent last week Hartford the guest of Mrs JB FosterRev R D Bennett Hartford will preach atthe M E Church Sunday A Thoughtful ManAM M Auaton of knew what to do in the hour of need- iswilehad such an unusual case of Slcouidtried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was fi cared blGriffingl You should tall on A Taylor the Undertak flercan a burial outfiton short notice at a very moderate price WHITE It V KYOct pThe rain was greatly ap preciated by allSThe night at the Baptist church It Is being conducted by Revs RatclifF and Benton sad will continue two pod weeks Miss Verna Clements of Knots yllle is visiting her sister Mrs Jno McBrady Misses Beesele and Clara Floyd oCb Knotaville spent Sunday here with relatives Mrs G A Holland son and daughter Loyd and Mabel accompanied by Mr Jas Lowe ol Hartford attended the Hertford Fair Friday and Satur day and visited relatives Sunday Mrs McBrady and daughter Ophelia returned home Sunday from a vis- It to his parents in Knotaville Messrs J H Whcatly and Jno Mcfljady left Monday lor Louisville where they go to purchase their fall goodsMr P H Haffey returned from Lou purcbasedhisMrs Dr TI Wedding and daughter Stella spent Friday and Saturday- at Hartford visiting friends and relatives and attending the Fair Mr and Mrs Thos Neel attended the Hartford Fair lost week Mr Austin Ranney has gone to LouisvilleMr Mrs W D Neel went to Owenaboro last week Mr and Mrs Bartlett of Illlnolse an visiting their sister Mrs A D MattinglyMrs Hlcky is visiting her daughter Mrs Hosea Shown ol Beda this week Mr Onla lucky attended the Hart fprd Fair Friday and Saturday The supper given by St Marys r Catholic church Saturdey night was quite a success Ho Learned a Groat Truth- It is said of John Wesley that he Whydoover and over again John Wes ley because once telling is not It is for this same reason you are told again and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures and gripe that it counteracts r any tendency these diseases to re 0 suit in pneumonia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale byj H Williams m T s Teachers Association The teachers association of the Magisterial district willI at Beaver Dam Saturday Octo ber 17 1903 The program is as lot wa Model class In primary readingt Miss Dora E Gibson Preparation of reading lessonMiss Mary Bennett General dlacassioa Language Language arts Com position Mrs A P Taylor Gener discussion Misses Florence Mor Stella MUG add Edna Hudson Geography Its relation to Civil Government and History Marvin Black and L J Preach Oral how tanght Misa Annie Ber ryman How to teach advanced Geography E Davidson General discus Seth Moseley 1ndHow to teach HistoryRobt M- UlerGeseral discussion M M FanghenderArithmeticA P lelSchool Management The Pupil and the Teacher relative to each oth W S Taylor and Miss Belle Shown Neces ftry training ol the teacher Lou Carter Morals and Personality ol Teacher Er W Patterson Relation of County Superintendent i schools and teacherJ M Da Weese Value of Teachers Association H Taylor Review ol Hlnsdalea art of studyI first haltO M ShnUz The program will be interspersed with music and selections of elocu on The public Is cordially invited be present Entertainment will furnished the teachers M M FADOIIENDER V P FANNIE P RENDER Secy Ran a Ten ThroughHis While opening a boxJe Mount Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten penny nan through the fleshy part oi head I thought at pace of all the pals and soreness this would cause me he sapssad immediate applied Chamberlains Pain Balm nd occasionally afterwards To my 1neellhealed For sale by J H Williams m DUNDEE KY Oct 7A protracted meeting Isrgoing on In the Hall conducted by Rev Mrs Ella B Wilson of New- lbanyInd Messrs George and Andrew Cumc wings have moved to Dundee Mr and Mrs Henry Dever of Sul Springs were In town Wednes Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days For severel months our younger bad been troubled with Indl He tried several remedies but got ho benefit from them We purchased some of Chamberlains Sto mach and Liver Tablets and he com menced taking them Inside ol thirty ays he had gained forty pounds in esh He Is now tulip recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Holley Bros Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by J H WII liams m REMEDY THIS CATA R itnnt Is sure to fys ilatisfactionELYS CREAM BALM Olrea JUUef t once It dwntM lootliM heals IDs dteeeaed mombrftms It onros eatartb end drives Qt war a sold In the HEADorbedprotect the Kcmbrano Raters tbe 8enM fil Tutr ltImeH Pam site sae et VnItJSWla Irm man Trial eke lOo by mall ELY BKQTHEBSW Irnren Street New YoM r h67 r rt I w t 4 + New GoodsCheap Goods T I tWo have just returned from tho City Markets whore wo have purchased a big 02Ico everything found in a firstclass uptodato Store Wo also purchased big lot of v 2 uptodato Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Children Cloaks and a big gfr lot of Furs at prices that are oyooponers CLOTHING Twentyfour Mens JJRlack Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to I 42 at 260 elsewhere 500 Twenty Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 at 250 else JJ where 425 1rwenty Mens allwool heavy Suits li sizes 35 to 42 at 450 elsewhere 750 Big assortment of Pants all sizes and JJ colors 100 olsowhoro from 150 to co 250 Big line of Boys Suits all prices Wo would givo you more but as our is limited therefore wo ask tho public to call and examine our and their Goods from us as wo can and will save money Yours trade SMALLHOUS KY Oct 6Mtasrs Frank Kimbley Louisville Tames Curtis Dawson Springs Thomas Ball and Sylvester Jones Centertown were in our midst recently Mrs Jennie and sons Rock port Ky were In our midst last Sunday Mr George Lawrence and daugh Miss Nannie Falls of Rough were the guests of and Mrs C E Overton several days last week Mrs Louisa Overhnls is the guest of her son Mr Jesse Hill near South CarrolltonMrs Withrow Jingo is the guest of her mother Mrs Sarah GreerMiss Igleheart Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Clark Igleheart Mrs Jennie Balls Rockport Ky will move back to her old home here this week Rev G H Lawrence Smallhous is holding a protracted meeting at Creek church in Mnhlenburg county On the Fourth Saturday in October at the regular meeting at Smallhous Baptist church there will be an elec held for pastor as Rev1 G H Lawrences term will expire The Salve That Heals without leaving a scar is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves but DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the nnadultered witch hazel Ifany oth er Witch Hazel Salve Is offered you its a counterfeit B C DeWitts in vented Witch Hazel Salve and De Witts Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 5 YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK ING When you talie OroveeTwteleu ChlU Tonic b cases the formula U plainly printed on ever bot fro showing that It U tlmpl Iron and Qolntn In ataiUlM form Wo Cure No Pay Sac Program Of teachers meeting to be held at McHenry Saturday October 17 1903 Devotional exercises M D Mad aux Welcome address S M Crow Response Lilly Patterson Spelling comparative value of old and new methodaJW Petty Recess Primary reading i Length ol lesson 2 Preparation ot lesson by pupilA A Brown Sarah Plrtle Psychological value ot Arithmetic Townsend Noon Discuss technical GrammarLu clan French Lou Hcrrel Physiology and Hyglence V M Moseley Methods ol teaching Civil Govern Llllle Patterson How to appeal to the feelings andwillR D Robertson and Anna Gogue Recess Debate Resolved that the people the United States are not entitled- to appropriate the name ClAmerJcallJI AlL Ozpa Sbultz and S W Crowe Neg M DMnddox and James Brown MATTIB G ROBERTSON Secy No II My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed I then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and iny hair stopped falling at once Mrs G A McVay Alexandria O The trouble is your hair docs not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time llMkollU All ti1jW- iIf lrnalJtSend ni one Uullar awl wo aabotuc H iuro ndglT lIfuIor sour nesreet es1rea of loc oJ C AY1t W Lowell KII t A J w a 0 Lr OVERCOATSA splendid Beav er s2SHOESHnmiltonmen every pair guaranteed 125 La dies Shoes 1 Big lot of Chindrens Shoesall prices- JACKET A 12 Jacket for9 a 10 Jacket for 8 an 8 Jackett for 5 and so on down tho lineiSKIRTSA 6 Skirt for 425 a 1 5 Skirt for 375 a 4 Skirt for 2OIa 3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt for 100 Childrens Jackets at all prices liko to Prices space JJ stock buy Fall you for 1 Sam Bach Hartford Ky Balls Mr pure Brom Hair beginning your cannot ACTAYLOR Undertaker I have just received a full line of Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of the latest pattern and strictly uptodate 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 andnight Calls answered on short notice A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky TAFFY KY Oct 6On account of rain there has been no wheat sown The little eevenweeksold baby of Mr and Mrs Dan Mitchel died last Tuesday and was burled at Union GroveMr A O Coy spent Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs Floyd Davis Mr CHff Shown spent Wednesday sight with his cousin Mr Lou ShownMr H Davis and family were the guests of Mr Joel Blmore and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs Floyd Davis visited Mrs Davis parents last Saturday night and attended the dedication at Deanfield SaDd Those on the yIare Mrs Gray and Leslie Bartlett WI A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worst form end felt miserable most all the tieDid not enjloy eating until after I used Kodol Dyapepsla Cure which hay completely cared meMra W appetiteloseache constipation bad breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use ot Kodol Kodol repre sents the natural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies sweetens the stomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros m Call on 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 CERALVO KY Miss Jaule Kertlller of Bvansvllle who has been visiting relatives here lor sometime left for her home Sun day Misses Pearl and Jessie Nonee are visiting relatives in Belton icy Rev W II Miller who has been very sick is better Miss Minda Wood returned from Louisville sotae days ago with a stock of millinery goods for W E Morton Mr Prank M Kimbley Louisville visited relatives here last week Mr Walter Klmmeland wife Para disc visited relatives here Sunday M1 C Read went to Cairo III Sunday YIAll drngffbta rerllad the 11017 U It tell to cure K WUroT ilKnatQnU on cacti box yrs f i = IIirr t rj i RealEstateFARM i 4 A 60acro farm adjoining Beaver Dam for 1600 A fine farm in good condition Good buildings all kinds ofc1 fruits Ono of tho nicest 0 countyI sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 1 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building c i Ifyou want to buy or sell seo me seA Anderson Ruler in Real Estate HARTFORD KYli 1sOsuiIo1Furniwr 1 GIVEN AWAY If you want to bo tho lucky i person buy your goods from us from now until the endof tho year and got a guess at tho length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn Tim first person to guess the exact number of hours or the ono guessing the nearest to the ex act number of hours the can dlo will burn gets the Furni getsOnoDollars and a guess It costs you maybeopen to alcash customers Come to see us and get more for your money than you are offered elsewhere CARSONC01HARTFOR Y t fo 7 t- d htln j n1lrCt Hartford Republican FRIDstVOqTOLa9 RIDDlED BECKHAM ISM Sonic Tellag Shafts Hurled by t Judge Beckner IeXCEitPTS PROM A RECENT SPflCH The Qovunorla Confeulon of Inccrn- petency Hie PaIo Chrgeo HI Sophlery Political Pardon and the IntolerAnce of Hie Machine All Are Aptly ElucIdated In a ziot1Io address nt Man tordvlUo Judgo DocJwcr delivered PQo tAIug bwA at DCC1ham1S- mEicerpta from 11 e follow I boDe It ip not 1eO E1AiStD for nO to that I J1avo nov knoVa a more 4ire ln Oot ion of lficoIm- etetlc7 cA2notI Sa be adini- ntitrc cjti thjcJ mode by oVerDO Dec3be W his ttpccch at W1nohetj v ho t4 that It hliB been over throo ond a holt years since Wil11an Oobel WB murdered and only one man ot alt those who conspired toI tIS8US1DatD11m has i4ed hiS pun hment The oxQuuvo Jegl8JAtho and JU diclal b1lUcl1esv oX the government havc bee2l absoluleI7Intho bnndB of tho DeznocraUo party S QOVIRNOL OKIlAMB CHAIZOE- SIt 15 piurig to avo William 000- bo wounk torn op a at every c1e tJoQ an iut bQne8 dragged from the1 zraft to Iiecwo votes tho Democratn mull not thae get I regretted to roLd th blUer wordeot Dovernor okham when In h1a Pooch at my ton ho refoed 118 bo did to the oonvenon which nominated the Ite- publlean tickjitnow bcforo the peoplo for their nffrages It wna aa patrioUc manly law4oscthg l1body ot men AS ever meC In Koito3cy and neither IlPplaudod 8sasl nor lIcvedln- murdort 8BA political ntCcrslty When over Governor IkckhBm mnkc such charges and insinuations ho deliberate J7 doseenLld from hIs position 8 a ema1 nnstnt s forpo1itical cf- eroot what ho doce not bellovo to be true The rople are Urodof thOiO ape cab to their passions and preJudices and yearn to bo given reesoas for their notion at the polls You may fool somo of tho pooplo all the time nU of the pooplo sometimes but you con DDt fool nfl the pooplo all the time S S HIS CONSPICUOUS ACTS Tho consplouous nets ot Governor Deckhams administratIon have been the remarknNe pnrdons ho han gras iX1 lie knows ns well 1lS the rest ot 118 do that Jt Is not the number 9f tflose that is oomplatned ot althOugh this Is distressing enough It Is the tact that JIO many ot thorn have been sed on peraonnl or political pulls and not on merit and that some of hem have been for offenses so atrocious IlS to shock tho people of this and thor stntcs when tho record Sn spite or every effort to supprcu It has been published to tho world 1 I3FCKHAM STAYED AT H0M Contrast his course wlththat or his Oppanent Colonel llelknap who had a family and vast busIness interests that would suffer by his absence Without heut4tlon ho put all nsldo and gavo up a year of his Ute to tho work of driving the SpanIards from America and cstalJlIsl lug the sosereignty of the United States In Porto RIcO Governor fleckhain who was then a single man and without business WIIS empl ylng this tiatho time In scheming how to get t Qmoo and laid his plans so well that ho was able to Join the combine that robbed Watt Uardln of his nomination tnd deceived captain Stone by premises that wore nnvcr intended to bo kept r ic S S P0LITKIJ ARDON9 tf 1dbT4I e tJn9In Governor eekbftfl tuecci ut Vinchcttcr- wi4dh tao ffini1Polnt from wh1chh itil1eVod nIt tU cases of- assasalnat1oiithtt iufvu 50 disgraced Kentucky during the past few years P 111 It referring to Tett anl White he add J u4Nii us did the Jury thtL they were guUtf of tho assassination of- Mercum anfl 1 can say to the pep1d 2rihatcrimopbllcan lender inb1i Eectlon Ho has considered the murderS nt- 1rankfort and at Jackson from pollU Cal points ot view and Intimates In thb part of his speech I have Just Quoted that It Is something not to be expected of him to stand by and see two Democrats punished for having lIMasslootM merely a Republican leader- S t NANONAL COMMITTEEMAN- V00DSONS VIEWS Before aU the facts had been made public or other charges made Mr Urey Woodson member for Kentucky of the national Democratic comtnlittoe In referring to Governor Jeckham had written In his newspaper How can this young man stand before the Democrats or Kentucky ask- Ing a renomination with such a nerve How can ho hope If nominated by t the slick work of his machine to go before the voters and bo elected HIs nQmlnation would place the Democratic party In A call1mltlous con dJUon Ho should retire at once HIs friends It they have any consideration tar the patty should force htm to rtlro What a record Is this The people of Kentucky will riot stand for It There must be a clcanout at Do GoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Cood deeds are better than real estate dee ssome ol the latter are worthless Act lelnly and gentle helpIngby ItsMost men apreclate a kind wdrti and encouragement more substantial help There are perilous In this cowmunlty who tutbCuUy say My good friend cheer up A tew doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rill you of your cold und there Is no danger whatever from pneumonia whenyou use that mLJI- A wnyru4a I know It fort has hel sue out many a time Sold by aU druggists m L ptMihftfrt orth DemccrdUtiAttyIs lost S S- WATTEfl90N8APPEAL f It la only a ffivr Ilontl a ago since Mr Watterson In an earnest edItorial said that U there yerq any Ieplo crate loft In Kentucky who love the mother state with the wholehearted devotion of undegenernl sons they would do well to comb to the frOnt and give the boneit Of theIr better judg mont and ripened experiento to the Un soldiers of fortune and of chance who are rattling around in uniforms much too largo for them The undo gooomto OIS betild tho appeAl but know they were not wnntedt and did not dare to openly demand a chAnge from tire boxers who are now In control ot the party Tho few like J D- Dlark n J Breeklnrlgo aDd John it- Ilcodrich who did respond got thom selves unmercifully kicked for their palm and are on tho lCalof those who havo no bop or p future In the Democratic politics of the state- S OaBA1 CAZTLEMANS TIUDUTE- An a conUaaL otho class policy ot the rat1 riiwltb Its sfni1ar rourso with retdrenco to Its selection of a cand1da for gOVffOOr the Republican Da Y o1dl1 aidtipepiy sIt- sylljWs witb refeienecs to all Jbl1c- QueeUons had dothriit d at the head ot 1tatlcktt a gentlcman of whom General JOhn D Cnstlomnn a gallant soldlor oX two wars and a itfedong Demo rat Jnhla ZrasItand manly way saId J think the Republican party was wise In the selection ot Colonel Morris D Ilelknnp Q Its candidate for governor I lUll not a polItIcIan continued General CastlemAn nn2 for that tooaon do not core to any for whom I will rot jn November I do not ob- jedt to ltat1nrp bU111 bOw 1er that I thth1 o ioaoi DD1P iin adrnirab1- 6manono who would bo a credit to the atatb it t1cctOO1fovofno He la a gentleman of first 1zi qUaUttcs lie is A jlChoIuI14 p man of unusual ot- ocuttv ability For many years he served under me ns tia omecr ffith old Loulsvillti Legion and latoras a lieutenant colonel In the SpanthhAmerlcanwjir I have learnd to know that he Is nn able thangerpf ri11111r wdaPerson of executive ability which I have hardly over oocn eurpassedHe Is a mnDAof ctfCllentJrdIJ1Cnt hUed ko- be the governor of Kentucky lust sI believe every other good citizen 11IIn- S Oml iI S S M 14nFEEL illS OATS When 0ovBxam pardoned TOe Raleigh acntt the penitentiary for kjlling a 14yearold girl because sho would notaulow tJD to rob her other honor he characterized It as no more than manslaughter Goodloe Combs nssasslooted a man for hire and was xcuscd because It was his first offense Judgo lIargts wrot blm that Branch HlUgls who was going q Frankfort to apply for a InrdOn4 for Lek Cote convicted or murder was a strongman and always on our side of every thIng Colonel Felix In urging the pardon of Josephus Free sent to the penlten- tlliry for mp wrote Certainly the friendbip and con slderntJonand SuPPort I linv shown you would seem to merit some gratitude Ho had previously as un inducement to grant this fAme pardonimodo this suggestion to Ills Excellency Some time when you cnn meet me in Cincinnati and I will arrange to mako you feel Tour oot for a few days S S S- RI ORD OF REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE Since Governor Ileckham me Into oIDco thdro havo beeritwo regular terms and ono spttla1tetmofn Doss ocrotto legislatoro It anything of value to the Btatoat either had been done or it ho had recommended any thing of apecial merit wo may assume that his Excellency notwithstanding 131B extreme modesty would have ye- ferred to It In his Winchester speech The published acts show the reason for hl slloooo During Governor Brad lore term there was only ono Repub Ucan legislature and this bad to bo protected from Democratic Intimlda tEen by the State guard And yet look what It did I It passed nets 1 To pay wttncssoo for the state In all criminal or penal cases removed to the United States courts Previously every poor fellow summoned to attend these courts had boon forced to pay his own way 2 To provide for organizing and maintaining graded schools 3 To sot aside fraudulent convey oncos In a speedier waythan before C To require nit railroad complUl lea to run at least one train each day lu the year 5 To enable the asylums etc to draw their allowance In advanco so as to buy for cash and thus avoid the ulnous shaves to which they were toloro that time subjected G To regulate tho examination of teachers so as to elevate their stand ardof qualification 7 To erect monuments to both Union and Conred rat dead at Chat tanooga and Chickamauga National parks 8 To provide by law tot free turn Pikes so as to do away with the out rages committed proVtousli by iln- ardllstJc mobs 9 To establish a hoUso of reform u hAd been requlrcd by the now COD- s tutlon adopted leave bet 10 To provide for Compulsory nr ten anco at school during at least eight continuous WOoks Ifs mob year- S SS THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD It the Democratic pettyhllS not done much for the laboring man It baa cer- tAinJy pro1Jed for those who do hot want to labor Here are n tow commissions It baa created and all ot which cost money to the taxpayers L The board for equalization of assessments whose members set is pot day each and ten centS per mUD for traveling expenses with three paid socretmies 2 The board of health with an appropriation or 12500 per year and U200 to the secretary 8 Tho board of pharmacy with a salaried secretar and is per day each rnombor C Board of election commissionerS with B seretary aU ot whom lOot pay Thststo Inspector Sad oxam tact who Is paid 3000 per year nd- oxpon e8- G The advisory board of nPlcul turn inb r azit statistics whoso morn bore draw expenses from thc tre lrf7 The board of prison commi- ssiodr aeifof whom is paid tsalarr for work bettor dono beforo by the staking fund commJasloDlf at much less coat- S S EDUCATION RTARDED No progress baa been rwule In edu QUon since 1884 when IUl executive committee ot whIch I was thn1rmab and Morris Uolknhp secretary socurod the passage of tha oct of May 12 1S34 which raised tim tnhdard of troch ers qualifications made a considerable addition to the funds avallablo cacti cr for educational purposes and pro vided for CODdcmnlns school houses and replacing them with moro suitAble buildings In the constitutional convention I had the honor to suggest- that the 1606000 paId to Kentucky by the UnIted States in refunding the direct taxes collected during the Civil war should be added to the school fund I was also the author of UO provIsion allowing municipalities to Cxempt manufacturing estAblishments from taxation for a perlcd of five years as an inducement for theIr 10- atlon and to make tobaripUons In ski of turnpikes gravel roods and bridges so much needed In this corn rnonwtalth The Republican loglsla furs of 1896 passed the oct requiring the erection ot a house of reform and It was approved by Oovernol Bradley The same general assembly provided for com u16ory education during eight ontinuotla weeks In each year but It has been a dead letter under Democratic ndm1nlstrat1oh A great deal of nolee has boon made by Governor Dechhnm8 faction ot his party about chOOrr textbook torour children butttwnanly talk to ctei Vbto and nothing practical his been done S S S T1IE GRDAT C0MMO4 POOPLn Governor DecktwD ad his support tra ti1ltt great deaFabout the great common people In his Winchester IIpccch he takes much credit to himself for hi condceccns1on when ho says The door of my omco has lCep opened tie cordially to the humblest cltizefl In the commonwealth IlS to the proudest The laboring man whether fromtho field tho factory or the mine with liaturos honest sweat upon his brow has always been IlS welcome In my presence IlS the hood of any cor poratlen It would indeed ho nudaclousif thta servant ot the people should shut the doors Of a public building agaInst the soveteJgna to whom It belongs This iazigigo accounts for his conduct toward the correspondents whom ho has personally or through his henchmen drivc4 from the publIc olflcea and ro fused the clear legal right ot every clUieD to Inspect the records ot the state Few sovereigns would dare to sa act In such a case lIS has this scion of the aristocratic Wlcklllto tiunlly who speaks l18 If he should be consid ered quite a worthy man for permit Ung a laboring man with natures hon 6t sweat upon his brow to come Into his exalted presence- S S S FEW RAVE RETURNED Then there urn the Democrats who left the party to which they used to belong and have either become Re- publl ans or are Independents These are either such as would not occcpt the Chicago platform In 1800 or re fused to follow the MusIc hall convention In 1899 which robbed Watt Hardin and Captain Steno of their chances for the nomination and declared for policies that were contrary to the old Democratic doctiino cat home rule by removing control ot the elections from the counties to a commission at Frank fort and not only threatened ruin to both capital and labor In the state but were calculated to mAke those having money to Invest sure to pass by Kentucky These departures from the doctrines and teachings of Jerrer son and Jackson drove men of braIns and convictions away from the organ- Ization Among those who refused to support all its nominees were ear lisle Lindsay Ducknor W C P BrtCklnridg W C Owens W W Dickerson Basil W Dutro n W hnott John Young Drown Matt Ad ama Watterson nurham John F Loc ett P p Johnson Co M Clay Jr Thomas Turner C J Drontson J It- Hendrick C M Hanna McKenzie MOa H L Stone Colonel Cal Morgan John E Garner S O Sharp W 0 Dearlag J D Hunt B E Hill Leslie T Applegato and a host or others who bad been valiant fighters for their principles but preferred pol- IUcal suicide to voting for what they did not believe Some of these have returned to the told but their number Is tow Indeed Nono have ielt the Re publicans togo to the Dmocrats which Is aslgnlflcant tact Carlisle Lindsay and Watt Hardin were driven oven frets the state by the proocrlptive course or those who hated them for their very Courage and honesty S S S INTOLERANCE OF TilE MACHINE Nono who ever bolted have been for given and will not be bowovr faith tul and slavish their services may be In tile future John K Hendricks was an ardent frIend of Senator Goebel and thought his conduct In supporting the lender of the party would be con sIdered fruit meet for repentance and wash all his sins away Ho found out to the contrary last spring and said himself when ho withdrew os a candidate for the governorship that ho b3d been forced out of the race bytllcmilthlne I Mr Wotternon bad expended so ranch rsenus In maintaining Democratic principles and bad wandered from the told torso short nperIod- that ho thought when he had bOWed down before tOO Kansas City shrlnq and Qioepted too author or the law ho had so bitterly denounced as the chief corner stone of his reorganized faith o would ho gladly accepted lIS the luof tho ticket In the state ctlim- pntgn tho prSent Yca Jt gave the boys B beautiful Chance UI got oven with kiss bad alter bucking the tiger tar awhile he too discoverOd that the machine preferred even a man not eligible under tho constitution to one who bad exorcised his independent Judgmont JlS IHltlzon and a patriot In 18911 On a recent Social occasion a persori11Jtrlend playfully suggested t2io pdsthility that W C P Drockln ridgeiwbOOoname had pace bOOn un log cabin might again be rct- urnedtocongrcss by the DomocratB This turned loose all the billingsgate of thexthgton organ or the tnt1- administration and ho has boon storm ed adhndibUscdos It his very company wircidletn8totul PIERCESARE NOTHING Broken Promises ofBcckham Strewn by Roadside 11 WRITlIES WRIGGLEd AND SQUThMB When ConfrOnted With Hie Pubilo- UtterancesWhlch Were Freely Made DurIng the Campaign In 19OOHls- Opeechcs of Then and NoW Com tpared Show Hopeless Inconslat encree Loulsvlllo Herald There arc pathological signs that DockbBni grown irresponsible with the Itch for powox tM1 he Is notlcom patent to wield does not himself un- deround what ho says or U ho does will riot hesitate to dons his own utterances for expediency Tho words that men ordlrurlly coo wIth onh other and whIch are accepted among men gonbraJly as meaning something dofiqite had binding tozncutL anti mOrollntogrity seem to havo strange hoPe Sad Indefiniteness to hiss hero for Instance are two public epoeehes made by Mr Bechbanthroo years apart upon the same subject anjl that subject the ono which of all subjocts was engrossing his whole attorittoz then as It Is nowPardons From the CourierJournals Report pf Oovernor Dcckham speech lit Maypoldl Sept lT 1900 Mr Ykcs asks mo what I will do In referetico to the men charged with Goobols murder I want to say here and tiow that I am not the nominee ofI a party which hAS IadOredMy ot men convictod of that crime as Mr YorMs Ia but I shall not oot tlib orty ahy tlDlUJ with whatever crtm6 be- iiar borch4rO Utho v1dence against him Is etzorg onohgh to 2u- tify hls conViction FrOm t4 OotiriOJJOimnls report of OovbmOrDeckbam spoh at liarrodebUrg Sept 1 1903 Whlf In the main Governor Dcck hams speech today was on the lines of that delivered at the opening of the campaigfl ho diverted to some e tent COJIonolMr Bclunap if electod would pardon Caleb POwers Howard or YoutseY In that iatervio Colonel Dclknap said that Governor Dcckham In his form r- roco forijOvcrnor had promised not to pardon ftny man convicted by a Jury of twelo mon The governor said this statement compared lIS closely to tho truth as one or Colonel DelkDdps bills of lading ompared with ono t hIs In voices lie said be bad sands no BI1ch absurd prosniso ho staled that be- wotrldnever pardon a mob unless he believed him Innocent and ho had kept hue promlso The report of the Mayileld speech was signed by Mr John D Wakedold then all now staff correspondent of the CourierJournal and now also tee to ho Had Swago Shertey- DemocratPo congresamanoloct The lIarrodsburg report Is signed by Mr GrnhtlDi Vreeland night editor of the Courio Journal whose Democracy will not bs questioned Mr WakO eld says there were 7000 parlous who heard the spOOch4t MaYfield Mr Vreeland says about 6000 persong heard the Hnrrod burg speech So that there were 12000 witnesses to what the governor said at both places The question Is whnt did these thoupands understand Governor Deck ham to mean at either or both places Did thOse at MayBileld understand him to mean that ho pledged bitadeir to pardon no man convicted of any crime whathvr by a fair jury or twelve men Colonel BiJlknap was fal with In the limits of its plain meaning when ho applied It only to the gravest or all crimesmurder Now when the exigencies of his desperate poaition call tar the denial of that solemn promise wantonly and scores lor time violated Mr Dcckha says hO promised not to pardon any man unleSs ho thought bIm 1o centIf thIs Ie the WIlY he Is to writhe and wngg1 and squirm out of plain and solemn promises is ho to be trusted about any Can nil the Utile mon fIJlJlput bind this young man with threads enough to hold him to the trUth What are Oovernor DockbalI s mono W reservations about Tott azidWhita In his Winchester speech he made this pledgo I feel that I am tully acquainted with tM facts and I believe Qa did that JUry that they Jott and White are guilty of the assasslnalon of Mar cern ond I can say to the people that I wilt never pardon thorn ot that crlmej oven though Marcum was a Re- pubhichn leader- Ta that pledgo any plalne than the Mayfleld pledge Now that hetrlOR to squirm and wriggle out ot his May field promise lot him state plainly what this winchester pledge means A CORRECTION IN H000LOGV To the Editor of the llernld I note In the herald of August 20 tho fOllowing headliner Campaign Secretary Fulton Gets HII Hand Intho Trough Now my long experience R8 an agrl culturlst warrants me In calling your attention to this fact that It ii the nature of a hog to put his bead not his hands In the trough although there have been well authenticated In stances of avery earnest hog getting aU foUr of hs hands In the trough Please do not again shock the hog oloiof your tanner friends CINOINNATUS enT111oSopt L r A Groat Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees vme md when W II Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Klnll- N wDlscovery for Contpiptlon He writei I SilO nICS front Asthma bu rypur New Discovery gave me Immediate relief and loon thereafter effected a complete cute Simllarcurelt pC Consumption Pneumonia Bonchltlsand Grip sri numerous itd the remed troub4PrIceZVaynegrill1n Bro m Iaud Howe thegJned daughter of Julia Ward Howe continues Lfppll1- cotteCor Otober her fascinating ext aerlences oHlie In Rome She tCll- to1A presentation to Pope Leo tht Thirteenth In that Imlebut vivid way which charActerizeS all bl1 trltI- nk p I i EM f ftATOI 8IMPLi ltv Bulletin of a hard Days Work by Frankfort Maihlnef Rug ned Democrats jjf Loul9TlI1o Herald ScenoDomocraUo Machine Head quarters It floelbacha Hotel Gorgeous LMther Chairs Porcelain Cuspidors Luxurious Beds Sofas Curtains Oar pets so thick that you have to climb up wheat you take a step All Bur rounded with the unxnistakablo atmoo phere of Jeffersonian Democratic aim plicity 945 a mtenem3 fitly awakes Rises takes a both the A sounded IlS nh in thIS bath remember and sprln- hl talcUm powder over his dimpled body weary with the labors or yoc terdny947w II mChairman Hager does IIkowlO Pushes button one time 960 n mTho boy returns with the tray 20 II mJudgo ilinesturaa over G bottle Severely reprimanded by man Sers10 05 IS mRprirnand recalled with opoJogie Twas only an Ink bottle 1010 Ii mrelegrazn rocoivdd that Sleey Leg2 baa laid two eggs In ono day On 1lter Walton table 1011 Ii wOrest applause Qrir pushes button two times IS pilckl succession 1140 a sn eneral ITaly examines malL io tow foolish letters of Black burn r7 and other Inospcr lanced pbllUclnns thrown into waste basket Rotl says the general and Dahl 1201 p mWnuter announces early broMfnl Great rush 340 p mStilI brekfasting- a4s p ULOcnoraI Haly picks kJ- stmth Toothpick will be raffled otorc- ai1154 lands Groat aouV I1U- OIIaaoee O cent 4 p tnOenersl Italy now dktat1nt tter to Stendgrepliev PuJtos 4O plmJobsl Yreoland and DlJly- Bemonta call lob annoqces that Drotber Hubert baa learned the dlrffr once between a walking cultivator and a flying jenny Great surprIse maul tetcd together with Indescribable joy 4 10 p mColoool Jack Oldan the Oc1aI D Man arrhe Much band puahtabutton4 430 p mMalor Grainger arrives In the corridor General Unlay too US to 80e him Will call later 440 p mDitsniesiou waxes warm over lndvertent romark of nomo ono that Judge John M Lseaing is the wit man Commissioner MeChord wins very easily Looks like a winner too lI15 p snBoliboy notifies commit tee that the buster Is now ready to hold a fussily reunion In the grUl room 610 p mMcChcsty arrives tram Llvill8StOnvI PhtlIpplnoP- Qtpe 1Ilnnds Horn and Ssnltbland Air Ship line Beocti habit attacks hiss at the dDor apeak1ngChn1rinan dare bntton pushed 612 Po mOaptaia C C Calhoun wires for a little piece off the top Roforred to governor who th1nks request Nusonable- 6C5 p mUncle George Green noses In Reports some trouble In Christian Paroles and pardons prop cr17 distributed will make OVl7thlna lovely 880 pmDiscussion ot the sub- Ject What is the Most Effective MILD nor of Protecting Pardon and Other Secreta Referred to Hubert Yrro land and Colonel Charley hess 9o p mTho hour for eating spring chicken porterhouse kp- omptno and lamb tries IUriVlS No s to be issued for three hours 1305 II rnThe carriages are at the door Itinerary not bulletined 830 n mParty returns after be- Ing thoroughly conVinced that pro clnct organization lIS all right and the country sale 3450 mPuparations for retiring Silk pajamas called out Good night ceremony ot pushIng the button one tIme 4f05 I mGoneral hlaly asleep lie Is thinking BELKNAP TO TAXPAYERS We miet take out our pencils and figure up the amount of taxes wo have to pay and then In the nox column odd up what wo get for those If wo find that for our hardearned dollars wo are simply loodfqg a lot or grafters when our state Is crime tor better buildings better schools and bettor In stltutlbns then the buying proposition III going ngalt us and the day or trouble Is at handDarbourvllle Speech JAMES D SLACK A REPUBLICAN The lIon James p Black of Knox cOunty the same who was squeezes out of the raco for the Democratic nomination for governor by the machine becauso ho was a mountain man was n delegate to the Loutlvllle coo ventlon and took part In the nomination or his brother John A Black for treasurer Mr Black has aligned him self with our party and will give the tlckot his cheerful and earnest sup portGruyoon Tribune LUCK WILHOITS NOMINATION The nomInation of our liuck WII bolt for lieutenant governor is pleas Ingto everybodyin this socUonregard less of party no Is the most popular man In cast KentuCky and will add great strength to the ticket Tho ear er delegation takes unto itself some credit In getting Duck properly hitched onto the nosnlnatloaOryaoti Tribune pDlotlns Invites Disoasos To cure Dypepsiaor iudgstion It Is no longer necessty to live on milk and toast Ststvlltloh produces such iccekpess that the whilo- becdi2ean 8stEnl easy peytodhesa Ko dol DyapeisIa Cur ensbtfl thrlltr- oadl uddIgestlveorgani to digest ond assimilate all of the whoirsoru- eIpodhat one rllrtll to ent aid Is R IndljetilonPYPPPSfR Kodol digests what you rrtnirks the stoninch 6WCt Sold hy Z WaynGri1IIrL Bros or RIPANS TRbnhs Doctors find A ROod prescription For niankind The S Nlot pztktIs inongli for uonnl oenilou- TbofniII7 j hitUe 6Uitsl ennttilni 0lJ11 torta year All drulfuH sell ttwm f oCeaCo1d1nOneDaI on wY1 bSevenlMillon lH3ses sold In plitt 13 lIIont1tS This signature WThJIllIllhllilL n 1 t CASTORIIAI Por Infants Rndi1dron I The Kind You Have Always Bought A J I Bears the I I SIgnature trJ r I of UI f 1 In U S 0 t For Over Th irty Years CaSTORIA JTWI CUII OpC IONS con n LEjI I i 1 ttLees Machine Works = = OWENSBORO KY iiiWe are agents for the CHAN1LERIAYIAR 1O solfcolltnitw and Automatic Englitos nnd Moilors Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines 3Ieadqunrters for all kinds of milisupplici Wue 1iitako n specialty of HAMMERIijG SAWS We- arry I in stock Bolting Hose Packing of nIl kinds It Shafting Hangers and Pulleys PijosiimlFittingsJ qf all kinds Valves of nIl kinds 1 3 We can supply your wnlltti on short untic 1 WTrito us for prices or inquire front Mattingy Tweddcl1 at lIartford itopy Lees Machine Works = I OWENSBORO KY aca Ia aiCiliCi- IilRHEUMATISM und other ills produeccl hyc1isCa8ld kidIl1i cnu ho cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its effect is i ularvolous relieving utmost instantly Iry S it OU arc not tatisflcll your money will he dlCorI fully refunded I Ask you Druggist 25c 50cI ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville KyII 11 5R- ASONS WHY You hou1d ake Coo at the Massey Business Co1ee5 LOUISVILLEKY I It is the leading CommercIal School tn Kentucky B Its courses of study are thorough and systematic 3 A written contract backed by a ipeclal deposit of 100000 is given to place our graduates in positions paying not tess than 45000 per eq month Immedlatelr upon graduaUon 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville I 5 We refund upon graduation everycent of tuition paId tons If the pupil Is not thoroughly satlsfie- dWWrit for ElegabtCatalogu and Spctbl Dlicout+ 11 1 1111 I N ll II l + I1 IO d u u S X 7 WHITES CREAM V V ORMS VERMIFUCEtotlla Quaallr DflUa QIWIr For 20 Years Has Led III WormBtmedIts eoxp DT AXX D1CGGXIi1TSrpaTed by 4t JAMES F ALLADI St Lou For Sale by J H WUlllms Hartford Ky i L l 1PmN1Wi1fDJ31 c MtlUlUT o HMI- TSBAHNETr SMITH ATTOINEYS AT LAW UARfIORU UY Will praejkthetrprofo In sit the tat of AppsIaBpctaJtlllr titre CuIttctons Mild the Iractks of erie talIuluiLftlIlIalhllalr JNO B WILSON I 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ouistbat Is to cay between 9 a is and I p DIn the eStee of the lauabl4euetal7 lrI 0 Steen la Cblrngo rrurli Ucket iney be Iitsino1by any hold r of hock regtttsred as- iboy6 o nlpllralloaID writing to tb1 fapplksIontorboldr xuctiy as given In his or her tertln- to of atoclt together will tbt number and late ouII certiflrat o more thanos per all iIII bo earrtd froe lu t to anyone olillug of stock us rrglatered on the book of he Company A 0 Ucuurr Secy Subscribe for Tn- EAItTFQRD REPunL JAN l OOpeltyearin LiVflnce