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I r if TitE IIARTFORE I REruELIc 1 1 1 I Job Work a Specialty ornciii nm OFIIHUTT iiArinniTKoiiuuHiii DUTRIR Subscription 1 ayearM K IFine xvi HMITEOKD KY FRIDAX OCTOBER 231903No14I ZIII WahangtnInPrcacripUonandperienctfmade her the firm friend of t cured her Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription woulanlydleeue womenheauand cures female weakness i hmnlagneat n WIS brourhl to my home GerOru 8t re Detroit tkb UI took U and I I i thatlmell t and 0 patu It U a load frkod to jDr Common Sense Med sentfieto p Snxnie of mAIling only Ad 4iCM Dt1LV Buffalo NY W ali HeartsAre due tIndlreetlon Nlnetynlhe of one peoplo who hive heart trouble can remeMber hen It wu simple lndlre I ofhurtmeeablelo but are the direct result of Indi rection All food taken Into the stomach which fMof perfect dlrestlon ferment and thoheartthe hurltand In the course of time thai organ becomes dlieued Hiaditluactttcubvnbtt Iteok Ktxk4 Dyspiti Cure for akwl lavteaathi ta4 M corad ma- Ke4el Digest What Yoa Eat 1 and relTetM the stomach of all nervous C prwuroiotu ttattej- SluWbih5sUiIorOc Prpard by It a DaWITT a CO OHiOACKJ Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- D1e1egrah j Co tncorportUO Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and ol business My business bos Increased and my wifes voice Is neVe- r timid to crumble about the Ttle phoneT Yotirrf Torgfrt V service rind gentlemanly competition C P NOWLIN Manr I ROUGH RIVcR- TELEPHONE COMPANY IHOOIiroBATKO Talk being cheap and necwsary you should patronize hdrne folks where yon can buy your own phonei and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole court ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable tent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense H you wryso We connect with all Independent Companies For particu lars call pnS T Stevens Manager Hartford1 Ky 1eU L tie Mrs Fred Unrath iJ1IR IlentOR U4I4 I dIdiot- sm 60 I4n In athough th- edstarIis i4 I torik which he upetiw but lrutud of cttJft I tetw ively diy K- uL4kiI 1Mt1iak of cW I a week nd us wlullt would do m- iw i Ute ttI BW clM tad ws vv wvrstuIalftgltIwowuksiWUOtIt 01 w 11tIai4ohWpraMWIoCaedurrinfotces theorgaMJ of tloDtor the ordeal o prego Iii 114blrtl1 ir- oauie o woman wrotakeeWthe of OGUI od fear the coniIn of her ntd 1 If Mn nrah had taken WIne 01 ai bofoN her bab camd she would aothave boon weakened she was rapid r should th15 remedy toCTIQ 0 t Di tl Wine Cardl aisles tbe menstrual flow orCARDUI b HAHCOCK POLITICS The Hawesville Plaindealer Gives Somes Pacts 7SUPPORTS JUDGE MORRISON I Mr Rlngp Democratic nominee for Commonwealths Attorney Is a mem her of the Beckham ring of electloa stealers lie lives la Hartford Mr Hcavrln representa the Republicans and also lives in Hattford The gen tlemen are about the seine age and have resided In Ohio conhty aboutthe Same number of years Wrt HeaVriti will defeat Mr Rlngo more than 300 majority in their home county We desire our readers to clip this paragraph and look at the figures idLer the election 11 That funny little Owensboro China man known as La Vega gave a per formance In the Methodist church at Utility Saturday night and destroyed what prospects the Democrats had of carrying that precinct He attempt ed to fill the place of Southwest Tremble who was billed to rage through the county and who probably tirel- ost en route Among other things Little Vega paid that It the Demo crats could manage to get their clutches bOut the throats 01 the Republicans this year they would fix them so they would never be able to rUe again He was probably drum lug through the amoke ol his dope pipe of the bloody rope that Is d ng ling above the head of the martyred Caleb Powers These are the senti ments of the HargisBecfchamCal boun gang of freebooters who are de stroying Kentucky Vote tldTh Btatfcot the VrfrnrilrMlV When soraebodyltold Blrkhead that there was a law on the statute books concerning the election he caused his certificatefroraMIaBeock county no other one could be procured to be filed with the Secretary of Statethe veryoffice stolen from Caleb PowerSr andlor whicH Berime he is to be But he was too late His I Ictttlficatewasber 3 193 which was only 29 days before the election The law on the subject Is as follows On page 17 section 13 of the Kentucky Election Laws may be found thistCertificates ol with the Secretary of State shall be filed not more than sixty days and not less then thirty days before the day fixed by law for the election of the persona In nomination Nothing can be plainer than thllc law and we state once motethtfMr Blrkhead cannot be legally electedI V A week eflort Is being made to make a comparison between Judge Morrison and Mr Blrkhead on ac count of the number of lawsuits that each neO them had filed lathe Davfcsa coahYy eearts Bveryoae who caa readkabwnfcat while Mor neon resldfsla OwWsboro beta al ways on one aide of every lKp6tUnt salt that filed in Hancock ceaaty or any other county for that matter tfow Jere id the truth of tboseeases that you have recently ben told of by speakers Blrkhead sad Clemens recently filed quite a asmber of tax suits in Owe aboro Jaat the samd sort that were last week tried in Hawesville and they were filed without any warrant of law whatever according to some real lawyers who live jn Owensboro and are supposed IP know a suit wren tbey see pae It Is alleged that allbr nearly ill of Blrkheads cased are taken bu cdfitln gent feesa struggle from the start Judge Morrison like all substantial lawyers never accepts a case unless he Is satisfied that he is rIght and a retainers tee Is the only thing that will interest him These are the facts and besides he has filed and won more Important lawsuits in all the courts of tire district than Mr Blrkhead ever filed or woa in all his life 1I We presented to our readers last week a picture ol Judge W Scott Morrison who If all signs do no fall will be Circuit Judge of this district for the next six years But a like ness of him was not required to bring him to the memory of the people of his native county His name Is a household word the hold him In the highest tsteema cl juls merit as aa honest and upright attorney Is placed upon such a high plane In this county SB well as the entire district that even the rankest of partisans are compelled to admit his justness and qualifications Judge Morrison began the practice of his profession here and for ten years bin standing nasa able and conscientious attorney was aa high that he prospered In sptteof the fact that the bar was crowded with oltter men and litigation in the county less than In any other county In the Com meaweftith 1i tntIg last looadayudge Mor I rison addressed hlaold friends rela f i tives and clients in the central pore tloa of the county at several dtands and The Plaindealer firmly believes that the great crowds which heard hlai will give him their undivided support at the November election It is generally concededty all con senatlveandclearheaded men that there has already been too much mel ice prejudice and partisanship is tile judiciary adtheyJeet1lure that the eleetlon of Jug Morrfson wlllyat least ellielnat all each ross the high est bench In thla district Glenns Graphic Supports Belkflap Editor Glenn otUie Graphic Mad Isonvllle Ole ol the brightest newspaper men in the State ol Democratic antecedents and training but Inde pendent lu polities haa announced liii- Intesitlonof supportlngCol Belknap for Governor He says lAs between the two contending candidates for the Govera rshlp of Kentucky we perfer Coh MorrisBelk nap for that position and expect at theNovember election to so record oar1 preference In announcing the- aettbat we Intend to support CoU Bdkaapi we have aeHippelegie rte oier to any mallIIvlflglla tblweIexercise the of an citizenIlathis matter as laall others that come before us for consideratiOn westudy and think for ourselves as to which would in our opinion be for the Interest ol the whole people 1btrthings for our beloved State We 1pitbllcaaB ckham because he Is a DemocratJ bttt have made up our reference to the political affillatlea ofI ettfaer We are TBdepeadeat lupoUUea I sad vote aa oar better judgement tile tat regardless of what carping edt I adereAy Only VerSrWubllhsed I It hraotitiMstbfeforttie rkoprietors1 tepuMMKaMreithaaa very few of aaroetofeateiter rcAelted in praise of CkaaAliiYalJiV Colic Cholera and EHankeRefaedy andttelllng of Its resurfoMacaresV Tlfe court from lICVwa1iHIJfe atheo daKattaWrrf Get ikt for hIetRhItl woald have bettfdaia the use ofOaCeU Ckal era and DkttVotX Reawdyj It cured meet careale dtanheea aftet of suffering I can never NYI oo much ia for that remedyBFor sale by all druggists s A DewecrttlCDciiocracy Seme genltfs has Inveated the above hyphenated name I It Is a name that every Democrat n accept ao ngashlatallecIWpa on to explain what DenlocratlcDe mocracy meats to some other Demo cratMrtlollara1 different idea abeat what DemocraticDemocracy Is and does away with the confusion of names Tib more Cleveland Deme crats nOr Bryan Demscratfl nor Gqe bel Deiaocrats bat all1 are goodDem 1octunit on the asM aed twUl ceatianri to be until soMe iadtocreet Democrat IcDeaaocrattsIsM ap the qaatlpa as t to 4what are the pincIpleiofthe- a t llocratlcDeochcy Winches terttaScntlBel S e A ThoughtfUl Min b M M A tteBjof Win bsater lad knewwhattedo te he bmr efeetHis wife h d saeh an unusual atamaehand liver trouble physicians could not help her He tneaght of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was fie nally cured Only ascat Z Wayne Griffin lit Bro drug store m jIBJtus what has become pf tat monarchy I that we were to have as soon as Mc Kiuey was reelected We dont menu any harm but we are going toc protect the Democratic partys repuI tation for truth Bad veracity lfltItakes half oar time If that monarchy sooa doesat turn up some peot pie will think the fellows arent Inl YellowJackettDo GoodIt PayscA Chicago man baa observed that Good deedsare better thaa real CB tate deeds some o the Matter tare worthless Act kindly and tleIshow sympathy and lead a tag baud You cannot possibly by it Most mans appreciate a kind word and encouragement more substantial help There are persons In this comwuulty who truthfully say My good friend cb er up A ghRemedythere is BO danger whatever Irom pneumonia when you use that medi cures I know It for It hu helped me out many a time Sold by alt druggists m Mr JB Miller KlltQroiitbe Dlck CBB Iowa Leader gives the following as hli reason for being a Republican Because durIng eety Demncratlc I adnjlulstratioa v fhave good times for money lenders nnd hard times for everybodyelse anddurlng a Repub t hAJlHUtimes for everyfe 4 jiWfe It am rota 1publlcan BRYAN Barred From Ken tuck State Derawratsi PlacejvB n on the Silver Leader arid Will not Permit Him to Speak The Democratic Campaign Com mlttee in this State has established a quarantine against Mr William Jen ian Bryan and will prevent hint from I speaking in any part of the State All invitations to Mr Bryan to speak in Kentucky have been re calledMr Bryan was booked to speak In Louisville next Monday and to make othe speeches at different points in the State It was decided however that t Mr Bryans speaking here would seriously hamper the party by repelling various Gold Democrats r who were considering returning to the party In order to assist In reor ganltaUon StrenuoBfl eflbrts were immediately made to sidetrack Mr Bryan and finally the Democratic Committee induced the Democrats of Wdodsfield 0 to iivitt Mr Bryan tdtpeak there OB Monday A deli cate message was sent to Mr Bryan ltno objection would be made in event he chose ta accept the Ohio gageumtunderstood to havebeen senttq Mr Bryan urging him to go to Ohio and tto speak IB Kentucky and he of- oreedetermined to does is AN OPEN wsow The slight to Mr Bryan Is consid ered nothing less than SB opea Insult by his friends in Kentucky while ItI s not believed that it will dothe par ty real good with the mass of the Gold Democrats It will be remem jbered that Mr James P Edwards speaking at the Democratic conven ion which nominated C C McjChord fer Railroad CommIssIoner ju this deplored pushing free silver othe front because he said it would rt the feelings of some of the Gold Bttgs In Louisville The free silver rpank west through however and ow the whole situation Is mixed by present stu led affront to Mr ryan The recent move by the Campalga CeMmlttee Is eeBc4aslve proof that everythlng Jn the present eaiapalgB s to be sacrificed to the needs of the gang la Louisville Mr Grainger nd Mr Kohn are In the saddle and retreating the State Campaign Com mittee in the most autocratic fashion They say that4keDemoaratoaaanot hope to elect Beckham without something unusual happening la Louis vlire and the chances of the State ticket must be sacrificed 1order to help Mr KeflBafriee 1 Alvey la hi- sgbtikaPMenry t S4oI Inoeoit ct ftwp aW Ibe tMcgja1ikith-ay e- heydo lbat a t famt lii Btyntr ShOut nd williimM Mveyklm 1sati th- etateaiJi tuml eeJ1aJow tU t14Mkwe4 tire Lou1i1- 1eossgiiJaEWr Bryan away a caused widespread comment and therejflmnch dlssatisfactlan ivDem ocratlc headquarters BKCKHAU NOT WANTED Another plan of the local ring Is to divert attention as much as possible from the fact that Mr Beekhaai is a caHYHdate JIM aH1rNo a slnglat LoaitvlUe Dettiot tBM pqla ffien B ckhama aaaw Is a ipeecht a Louisville It was largely to keep Beckhams aame out that no platI forms have Seen passed by local Dew In addition to this It is pos itively known that rtrcnuous obj c tirfas have HeR wade by the neal bosses to Mr Beekham speaking ha city during his canvass They kaqw that If he says anything abou- tthethe Alvey pardon or the diafra4 chUement of Louisville he cannoj fall to injure himself and that if he neglects the subjects it will be even worse Not that the local Democrats care anything about Beckham but they do not want his trace to injure ttielr plans to retain the Criminal Court elect a Council that will ralte thetax rateor a School Boar l thtt will hand the schools over to the machine It Is announced that Gov Beckbam will upeak la Lonlsvltle but that he his been kept away so latin a reason for congratulation at the City Hall and If heeaa possibly be kept away entirely Uwlllbe done just as Mr Bryaa has beea invited not to speak la Kentucky Worlds Worst Prison The wornt prison la the worlla- sdd to be the prison In Although the Ejuperlor of Bokhara Is supposed to be under Rassla lOver eignty IB practice he Is nbouarJldI mA teriDrhlsBUBJectB who onan4ahRltmflltons The central Asiatic autocrat stillad i ministers Justice in the fine old ashler Iiad It la rather Immaterial whether one is Innocent of guilty I- bIhaCnato f be unfortunate enough to be seat to Jail for whoever once en tersthe doors is treated by common consent sllhe had been convicted aa a criminal The Accused Is thrown Into the coraraoa prlson where sometimes too or more prisoners or more are so closely Jcrowded together that there Is hardly room enough for any one to move h CA iew pieces Pjlbalf rottpn mutton and smaU jug of warm foul water are gtveneact prisoner once a day and aftejkthat no one cares what happens natll ihc nextday In addition to being locked up It the dirty unventelated jail the pris otters Is burdened with chains If the charge is extra serious he may be chained so tightly to the wall or to the ground that he 2annot stir At best he will have leg irons hand culls or neck Irons to weigh him down and make movement anything but a pleasure The prison la bullton theveryedge of the desert In such 01 location that the hot winds sweep over itall L 7 and all night and the atmosphere within is constantly superheated be sides being indescribably foul on ac count of the crowded condition of the place The keepers beat the prisoners without mercy and the men are bptI without trial for as long a period as the easygoing course of justice InI Bokbara may demand From an exI changeIDieting Invites Diseases To cure Dyspepsia or Indgeatlon It Is no longer necessary to Ifve on milk and toast Starvation produces wholeayaternbccowea dol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest a and assimilate all of the wholesomec teodthatoae cares to eat a never falling cure for indlgestiioa Dyspepsia aad all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you atmakes bWayneCatarrh and Hay Fever Liquid jCream Balm Is becoming quite aa popalar Ia many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It is pre pared for ase In atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accastamed to call upon physicians for such a treatment Many physl clans are using and prescribing All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which Is 75 eta In eluding a spraying tube All drug glsta or by mall Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York S Corsets for men have come to stay says a fashion writer They swill not be universally adopted by Kentucky politicians however before November 3 Of course Goy Beckham reading dtapassioaately his ieadymade speech might wear a straight Iront without great inconvenience end Sissy Leigh and Break Hill sitting quietly upon the pardon safe with the timelock set for Inaug aratlon Day might wear them S- Even Gen Haly reclining upon yielding leather chalraand coucheS at See4bachs might wear them lathe evealng tomake his form more Its some But picture If you can Harry Veaavlas McChesney raging upon the stump his manly bosom throb blng with patriotism and redundant with pie confined within hampering bands of steel or whaleboae like a Namidlaa lion In a cage think ol Col Harry Welwlnger dlacasalng the aw fai prospect oCJllgglI domination aoi swelling with wrath his pectoral masales lugging against the lacings and consider the hamlllatloa of Ollle M James if he should break down his stays langblngat his own jokes The Cause of ManytSudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht countrY most dangerous so decen I uve Many luddel bjItpneumonia heat allure or apoplez are often re3u of kidney disease U kidney trouble Is advance th- tkldn8ypolsone blood will vital organs or the eysmernseives break down and waste away cellby cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure II obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kwYlolfYou are feeling badly you can no mistake by taking Dr Kllm r SwaspRoct tl o great kidney liver and bWWerNmOdyIt 16 hold urine and scald Ing pain th pang ft and overcoma that unpwasant neceesljy of being compelled jo often and to get up many tlmosdurtnrtbenlgbt The mild And the eztraordloazy effect of SwampRoot Is soot realized It stand the highest for Its won derful curee of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and cnodollai mayhavethlswondenul new dlso covoryandabook that talll all about It both Home or spRoo sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentlo readlDg this geevous offer hi this paper Dont make mistake but remember KilmersINil on every bottle tiS CONGRESSMAN WHEELER Refutes the InsinuatIon That tile Republican Party Killed Goebel On April 4th 1900 two months alter the killing ol Mr Gocbel Mr C K Wheeler Democratic Congressman from the first district of Kentucky use the following language In a speech on the floor of Congress I do not believe Mr Chairman the the Republican party of Ken tucl y in responsible for the assassin atlori of Wm Gotbel I would be willing to leave the State if I thought fKentuckysIsons have been Republicans and they would put behind them with scorn as would the knightly Democrats in the State the insinuation that they had stalnd their hands in the blood of this magulficlent young men I do not charge it on the Republican party Congressional Record a pp None ot Mens Business Wed like to know why it is that 0tlong that they are obliged to carry a halt dozen yards of cloth Jo their hands in order to be able tQValI Arlington News Strange how some men wIll sperjd much valuable time in useless cu rioslty at to the whys of a wpmnus conduct There is BO why in the case No man knows any thing about woman that ever lived except his mother And she is not like any other wOmannot another Jlke her ever lived A married man finds out new things about his wife everyday finds thqt he doesnt half know her never did knowher never will know her shes too much for him too much for ny man living Shes the riddle of- reation In time he learns to quitJ asking fool questions like the aboveC and abont her hose or which oft hlslbnslnesa Ia1Uaglc Beautiful Complexions Are spoiled by uslag any klad ofapreparation that fills the pores of the skin The bestway to secure a clear complexion free awaUowa MfIpimples blotches dc1a to keep the live In good order An occasional does of Herbine will cleanse the bOwlsL regulates the liver and so a IHMake Kentucky a Fit Place In his opening speech at Mnnlord vllle Cot Belknap summed up the Is e ues of the Gubernatorial campaign la these concise terms Oar young men are now hearing what manner of men these oldtime were nEd 1rorithehcomes the demand upon us or conditions that will restore to them their birthright We cannot stop our ears to the call and with us now c lies the responsibility ofmaking thlllI tate a lit place for our SOBS and daughters to live In For the moderate statement vol the situation the Hon Hott Ayres charges the Republican nominee with making la serious reflection upon the woman and the men of Kentucky who are known the world over as the truest the best and most hospitable awl the most chivalrous- Hot air ia very truth The over whelming majority of Kentuckys manhood is indeed true good hosplti c able and chivalrous but there la a mi i nority hereas elsewhereneUher true nor good nor chivalrous This ml nority hasthrough an unfortunate se ries of events come through its repre sentative into control of the State These fitting representatives ofaa un I minority have blackened Ken tuckys fair name darkened the life lessened the security and retarded the progress of the State It is the fixed purpose of Col Belk nap to restore to Kentucky whet the gang has robhed her of insofitran its preverse btlGshntss has permitted fame peace securlty and prosperity The machine alPrankfort has openly flagrantly and fl Kitioa ly Identified itself with lawlessness Its principality adherlts and kbotturs to the detri ment of every Interest dear tt7Xea tacklahs It is surely time for the people to be stir themselves when the Governor ot the State allies himself with crime and disorder fur the sake pf perftofin and partisan advantage Time la It ror a rehabilitation the State such as Col Belkaap promises when JJse chief Magistrate pf Kentucky ble4- hlmselfto SB odious and bloodthirsty oligarchy la Breathitt county and turns loose the murderer of a woman in Bracken county not to mention other cases of unpardonable and abora Inabe defiance of manifest duty I Two yenre ago Ctarles Terry was the taw and Order nominee for Slier j lIT ot Breathltt county IJIsopppnen wasjEd Callahan brotberinlaw of JampsUargls who wan a candldatejqr County Judge The Hsrgla Interests demanded Cailahan8 election ft QpJeiInsorted to Thomas P Car 1eR was without notice removed from the lOt flee tat Republican Election Coramls slonec and Stephen Cpndfft who had not or years affiliated with the Re publicans and was not recommended byjthe County Republican Committee warns a crenture ol 1irgIs appointed In CarJwells place In direct violation of the law Cumllfl and his Hargls fellow creature lint Brqphy changed the election fjijters foar daya before polling The billpt 1 IPandI Hargls and Cullaban were declared elected bul a contestfollowed Judge 4 11hallly delaying Ibecaae Jiidg Cooper who was finally appoJniRJJ to t t11I0electJQ9Jtac1J There were thus vacancies Ui the offices which ballot stealing aadbittstuffing had Jailed to win und Callahan But with lawless methods could pot do for James Hargls and his brother in law and protege Callahan Goy Beckham could and did doj He ap- poInted James Hargls and Ed CaJJa ban to the vacant 01fi9ef Pi Judg- and Sherj ft of Brjsathjtt rep ectyJ Doe uptw t equfrejehait itaMoa frpBjsuch Gub raatpLl rule TakMhecase 01 Jasper 8hcanotorIous rufBinof Bra keie county hd dehanqhedayounIrL hilds mother Mrs Aqa taaftauI d to dang the lustful brutality of Sbarp r r d the t his bll11 cripe ljis atIoeI9is IBuro eer an qrQt girlialr hsatItywaniyet a life 8eBfeBrce March 26 896 bll June a 1903 Just n fter Mr Befkhain had secured re nomination through stuffed primary r he latter granted pea parole at the demand of Does not Kentucky HwlfeJiaWllta ion alter suck a GtiberaatedatHrI render to to become of eatwkjj ajaaipftdi I ayeoC Keatneky onjiqo3 If the Governprp1 th Stale Ij tobaeaysJbrifftBr jearg mpre of l 0 children and vpf redhaBnrer nsLouJyIi1eHerpldC A Great SensatrbH There was abIg sensatioa tees yUle lad when w Pt MD CI at plseoe p4q1 t ad hsIIfe av tI 1 New Discovery for ConadmpUotjj writes I nduiedI11HfIeabJtagl nice from Aq3bm Jb t yqpNewJJa very gavmgJnuqedJ jee1 and 095 tberetter effcted a complete IlIuuitpbieaPriceZ Wayne griffin r Bro I I UwSciwol l fOlg9r p a I CkrryBowllugGrecn Ky YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AR TAKIINQ When roa take OraTe Tatt t M CWU Tonic b6 ause ha l rmnU WJiMnli priaW M nR bbI U that It U iqpiy Iron and QulalM tteIeM total OWreiSOPan Me taj H DAVIESSIOaUIIIY WKitauaTGIiOWJJ Cash Capital StK OPP tokhoidrdtti 50000 I fhlnalrudftlCilteIotOt JepotIt reeiv4 unwat 4 eUakoea nothing to dce siokOsE L1 ass M II don bj mill InUttrt sot en tte5 apuIt4 oor jfortllotllrpetlo4a BEJIEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS or ForA11Catarjha Woasat ICWrgo sMaDbTre1denWomana wanX stiffened wlta U grlppp for pevea Weeks sod nothliiiiJj ite until IWdPeraaa I felt at once that Ihad atlut aec1Uedth9 right med Iilad kept itssdIly Iiproyin WitialrewOks I wan lynaqtoredUn1tt- Za4ienajit A I orser of Good T EP1a5S ed 1 V MinTWCoWnirzoasnrerLOQ tH1PrAfofayapoielL Sae wn eid A keIaAIdyupep4A2Ln1n withrehflt myyaieweb- u31Iup BIj beslWrdnrned eM l hreies in excellent trengLk aa4 g aov cmz a ywniStWf Collins U you do not derive prompt and sails fyresnlt froth tkIt o- iatoac to Dr Haniulvlng a- sofiitemen of aeeaadheivK te 1TeJhtTiJWe yteraijjYrDr nut Pr11eOi 0- 1e3Isfla Sa1iao1uMbuI5P pI i uv i lL THE 7 NW York World ThHceaWeek Editian V q pisa Rcad Wherever t1p iglis- 1Lanungoisokon The ThrlceaWeek World long ago established f la public f vr ami t I t tiORiMd I ti atqge4 the1UaftIStticlubbing combiBatioas ad ajeykaow bestaBiyerMlly testify t It la widely clrlstel ia I7 State aslTerrlto oitle1t1a kiMnd even t remote oUth Afrka- d Jf on the gold fields in tliede pf 1IshatlaTkeae are the tafoga atte rT1 Next year we have the rast4 atkV +mpalga la which aU Awfttieaa ate deeply Interested 4Ieeqlly Jti J1JPt1915 ftttbscribe now oar years sabscfipiiofi will cover the campaign frea begIn llg to endr r The ThrlceaWeek World Is abso Htely lair la Its polUteal news Par aaa bias fa sever allowed tojtflfeUtt news eolaaiBS aad Dewocrasp4Re publican alH cna1btJI1laccoaats 9fall great I1HtlSil coBteetf q Ia ra4dMtev to all the news Xhe rlceaWH Worid wU et serial fiction elaborate market pots rid other features of itThe eIIYi4tkVlbtWMgsla- rbIIPI9 pflcti 1 perjser vctbtspaysYr i6parpes er tddKdper 5a4 RBPOBUCAM together one year or sL61 j WujJts Q tolrjott do If you are a victim ofnia1 Dont Do It Its JiUteroue VeliadmttitWill care malaria but It loaves S ahnbst deadlj ftQCrtfqqt8 HEB JJINET- Sjun1ik1uayaut JIJoI J olutolv guantee4i bll IJn1t1Y TY rx toAX I 50 Cents BL Bottle AlLDrirgIf T 1 iIHtchi Loe- a 1asaIt I tSIs sdqSisouI- tale at Meatss 4 wm NIIchIH frriusNH iI I sag 3nrSdr FdrSaleby JH vv I Lams Hartford Ky II Groves T stelesStf hiD TlUchaI 1to04I tes 25 A rAaW1 Does thiI reccri of JMrit MDeII toy0tl1 ri PySOcbdoMIII yTIp UYerIIi J t Hartford Republican limed by too Hartford rnWUhlnR Company txroarokLTko CF 8MITJIMEdllor zzrs raot a- cuznbeJlandMMM3ouhnJVeJ M3Z FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB GOTIBXOB nOKKIH B IIEIKWAP FOB IdIIlTlIIUT dOVBnXOB J It WILHOYT Fon TBXIICBIB JOHN A BLACK FOB ABPITOB OEOnGE WWELSD Fun ATTOBKIT OIXEBAL WIMJ1ECHNER FOB BlCMTAtOrBlJTB J WEIGHT Foa STATE ScraxtTziinzT MVIM1STONE MCCARTNEY POE COIIIIIMIOXIB or AOBICULTCRC GEORGE BAKER Pon C1 III Or OotBTOl IIJuJIINEWMAL BAOBOAB COUMIMIOXIH Third CltrulH ADAMTSILEB FOB OBCOIT JCPOX W SCOTT MORRISON FonVOaaoawZALTfa ATTOnxEY M LIIEAVRI- Np STATE HKJUTOB p ALVIN 8 BENNETT FOB IttrBEIKKTATITK DR A D 1ARH FOB CIBCCIT OOUBT CLIBI XaBAHRAS8 A DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM- We are not one of those who think that virtue exists only in those who think as we do and we have lived loaf enough to know that evil exists in men without regard to their church or political affiliations Some of our best friends and most belrftolyprt ers have been nu tow are DemO crrla We bave never found their friendship the less trustworthy their sympathy the less tender or their assist the less gratifying because of factWe not believe that the masse of the Democratic party in Kentucky are bloodthirsty brutes who cry for blood neither do we believe the large body of Kentuckians composing the Republican party in this State either procured or indorse the murder of Mr Goebel If we believed either the one or the other we would leave the State We would refuse to make our home with either bloodthirsty brutes or assassins We do not believe either We believe in Kentucky and in the goof sense anti good will ot her people and in a spirit of good will at least we desire to discuss the issue presented to them The people of Kentucky are called upon to ratify at the polls November the 3rd the most remarkable political ever known in the nations historyIThe masses of the Democratic party were not allowed to make any platform but the leaders and nominees of that party have made a platform and intend to make every man who votes the Democratic ticket indorse it Their nominee for Clerk of the Court of Appeals said in a speech at Lexington this week We have no political platform and need none except the ono wo ar making at Georgetown with a tray door in it- Senator Blackburn bays that no one caiuaflord td vote for Beckham unless Jje approves the way Powers was tried and Mr Beckham himself ears he wants no man to vote for him who does not indorse the hanging of Caleb Powers Novemberthe 2f th The platform is at least easily understood The lino is clearly drawn The issue can not be escaped The very fact that the death of Caleb Powers is made a political issue proves conclusively that his enemies were not sincere when they said there was no politics in his trial Four years ago Caleb Powers was the nominee of bis party for the high office of Secretary of State in one of themost bitter campaigns in the States history yet despite Ita bitterness no charge was made against him no slander whispered about him Since his election he has been tbe object of bitter vituperation and unrelenting persecution He has beeu tried three times each time by a jury composed entirely of his political enemies se lected by a Democratic officer because they were his political enemies The newspapers of the Stato have teemed with the confessions of YouUoy Weaver and Culton Youtsey who has been convicted of the murder of Mr Goebel and who admitted his guilt by accepting his sentence Weaver an admitted perjurer who was indicted for his perjury and then allowed to leave the State unpunish od and W H Culton who forged witness claims against the State Treasury amounting to more than 81000 and who has fled the State since the last trial of Powers Excepting tho testimony of these men his character is unassailed and his innocense undenied yet in order to perpetuate some politicians in pow cr the people of Kentucky are requir ed to vote their approval of his death sentence The assassination of Mr Goebel q i w fb A was a stain upon Kentucky but tho judicial murder of Caleb Powers as 8 political measure will boa blot not upon one man or set of men but upon every citizen of the Commonwealth and a national tragedy MR BEOKHAM boasts that during his administration tho war claim has been collected alter being duo neatly forty years He sets forth this as one of the reasons why you should sup port the Democratic ticket Novem ber 3 The vagueness of the proposition consists in the fact that in all the time forty years of which bo speak except one term the State administration has been Democratic The undesirable plain statement would be There have been Democratic Governors for forty years who have failed to collect the war claim Therefore vote the Democratic ticket This is a very fair sample of Mr Beckbami logic but you will note that Beck ham had nothing whatever to do with the collection of this war claim except to pay one 0 C Calhoun 711997f for a few months clerical work during which time be collected the claim From our point of view we would say if you approve the payment of 871 00000 for a few months correspondence with authorities at Washington you should vote tbeDemocratic ticket SEVERAL twobyfour Democrat windjammers championing the cause of Bcckham and his machine say that Col Morris B Belknap is not qualified for the office of Governorbe cause he does not use two of Ken tuckys chief products whiskey and tobacco We have never heard before that the use of either of these articles fitted man for business or qualified him for office but individuals n Uiciana and political parties have different standards of qualification and judging from speakers who champion the cause of Democracy we are led to believe that from a Democratic point of view it is necessary that an individual use whiake and tobacco and possibly other demoralizing articles before he is quail fied for office and you will femembei teat Governor Beckham strongly in sists that be is qualified for Governs and we believe he or some of his crowd has said that the courts hav decided that ho is qualified DURING the absence from duty of the regular editor of Tim REPUBLICAN the Hartford Herald tool occasion to refer to TIm RKPUBUOAI as the mouthpiece of Judge W S Morrison andas the irresponsibl Hartford REPUBLICAN We wish to say that we bave not been authorized to speak fpr Judgo Morrison or to wage his campaign for him and wha has been said about him and his can didacy by Tina REPUBLICAN has beet said without his knowledge or direc tion As to the other statement tha we are irresponsible we think tho charge unwarranted and the Herald rather impertinent in making it If our editorial columns contained many misrepresentations direct and implied as does the Heralds we would never for one moment think of referring to another newspaper as being irresponsible We will willinj ly submit to the public that we areas responsible as Herald LAST Fridays Owensboro Inquire says thatCommonwealths Attorney J ERowe was fined 810 and cost in Police Court for being drunk We recal that this is the same J E Rowe tha at a Democratic convention which convened at the Court House on the the first Monday in August last in 8 speech said that the flag of the United States was a dirty rag if it waver over a people whose liberty or free dqm was in any way restricted It is the same J E Rowe who in a speech hero some throe years ago said the wealth industry and brains of the titato of Kentucky belong to the Democratic party Mr Rowe ii a creature of the Democratic party having been twice elected ta the pffic of Commonwealths Attorney by that party and we could mention others whom the Demoorotio party are re sponsible for whoso records are not much above Mr Rowes THE Democratic machine candidates for State offices are growing lesperate Recently they had the jail er at Georgetown where Powers and Howard were confined to hatch up a eport that Powers and Howard were oing to be liberated by their friends After that story was completed and ccompiehed they applied to Judge antrill of whom you have heard for a change of the prisoners to Louis Mlle The Judge ever ready to ervo the machine issued the order and in thirty minutes after notice of the change the two men were burned oU to the train and sped away toLouis vine Parading these men around andcaffed and guarded by seven to- ten sheriffs and deputies was considered by the machine to be good campaign buncum Hence the change THE Herald this week goes off at a tangent and tries to arouse the ire of Mr Byron Wedding Dundee over the following statement that the LouISville Herald is alleged to have made Cranks will write eraiy rotten to those ID the public Ill Who can stop them No one has alleged or inti mated that MrWedding is a crank unless it be the Hartford Herald The letter written by Mr Wedding is not crazy and the LoUisville Herald never said it was hence of course the writer could not be a crank under the misrepresentation of the Hartford Herald REPUBLICANS and independent voters we havo an excellent opportunity to elect W Scott Morrison am M L Hcavrin Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney If you will do your duty on November tbe 3rd success is surely ours and the District will be relieved of the odiiin of a partisan Judiciary IT is only one week from nee Tuesday until the election and ever Ohio county Republican should go to the polls early and vote for Belknap and the entire Republican ticket which is picked to give you a burines administration WHEN Governor Beckham recited his speech at Mayfield Monday ev erybpdy expected him to discuss Mr Speights charge and many expecter him to deny it but he passed overit with bare mention add never touched the charge with any sort of denial COL BELKNAPS speaking tour through the Tenth District which ended Friday was one continuou strain of enthusiasm Magnificent crowds attended at every point where Col Belknap was billed to speak extends TISuttonfditor quirer in the great loss be has sua tained by reason of the death of his beloved wife BELKNAP AT SCOTTSVILLE Wild Enthusiasm When he Ar rived Men Women and Children Carry Ing Stars and Stripes Com pose WelcomingCrowd Scottsvllle Ky Oct I9inthm- ost remarkable demonstration eve witnessed here in honor ot a candi date for Governor Col Morris B Belkmap was welcomed to Allen coun ty today It was the beginning of thcNRepubllcan candidates final canvass before the election It is esti mated that 2500 people were in town In his tour he will embrace portions of the Third and the Tenth districts and today the Third endeavored to show that not even In the heart of that rock ribbed Gibraltar of Repub licanism the eleventh could won be seen than in the adjoining Congressional district Fully 1000 people participated In the parade which granted the Republican candidate for Governor Horse men footmen buggies and carriage made up the cavalcade which wa fully half a mile long and which waS one of the largest II not the largest ever seen in this city Mrs Belknap for the first time accompanied her husband Col and Mrs Belknap and B T Pranks who will make the trip as a cospeeker arrived at Bowling Greet ot 6 oclock this morning where they were greeted by a committee of citl zens from Warren headed by Charles Dixon Perry Barnes Nat Howard and others Alter a hearty breakfast the twentyfive miles ride to Scotts ville was began the toads were mud better than those encountered In the trip through tbe Tenth and on that account the journey was accomplished in about four hours The demonstration began at Hal Way seven miles from Scottsvllle Here fully 300 enthusiastic Republicans had gathered and were so Insistent in their demands for a brief address that Col Belknap standing in his buggy addressed them for about lye minutes and was continually cheered Col Belknap did more than mere ly thank his audience for the demon stration which they had accorded him fie took occasion to make a few telling tabs at weak points in the Democrat armor At the close of his words 2o1 Belknap descended from his buggy and from a brief time there was an mpromptu reception Alter Col Belknap returned to his inggy the audience in vehicles or on horseback at once formed into a procession and with the buggy with Col and Mrs Belknap at the head Carted for Scottsvllle At various lolnt along the road additions were lade to the cavalcade Squads of horsemen rode out from town each man bearing an American figig Entering the town there was a dew natation such as had never been seen here before an aged woman and lit- tie children added their mite of sound to the stentorian cheers of the men- The parade passed through the prln pal street of the town and disband ed In front of Col Belknaps hotel- The speaking began at 130 p m the speakers stand being the portion of- the new courthouse which is as yet unfinished Picture of KcKinley oosevelt and Belknap decorated the stand Raleigh precinct won the flag which was awarded for the largest reclnct representation The Sac was PROOFS READY TO HAND IN THE CLARK PARDON- BROKERAGE SCANDAL Prominent Citizens of Mayfield Show Conclusively That Executive Clemency Was Given for Political and Financial Consideration GOV BECKHAW FAILS TO UNSHOULDER SCANDAL Admitted S A Norman who Gave 100 to Democratic Campaign for Pardon That He Could not then Grant It on Account ofjOne Man IJ C SPEIGHT ARMED WITH PROOF OF CHARGES Mayfield Oct 2rIt is generally recognized In Mnyfield today that Gov Beckham made a very grave mistake yesterday In dodging the Clark pardon matter Also in apply- Ing abuse to J C Speight who stands very high in this county as an able honorable man and a goad elI zen Tongues have wagged all day over Gov Beckhsms clear misstate ment of Mr SprelftbVs charges TM iron said the Governor lOhas said that for political reasons I promised to pardon Clark when as a matter ot fact Mr Spelght charged that the freedom had been promised for money paid to the campaign fund The Clark case is common scandal here as far as the promised pardon Is concerned There is wide discus sion of Samual A Normans letter to Gov Beckham which is so guarded that It denies nothing that had been charged The letter Is as follows Mayfield Sy Sept 2qHon J C W Beokham Frankfort Ky Dear Sir I am Informed that in a speech at Princeton September 21 J Cv Speight made the atatement that you promised to pardon Sam Clark for 800 as a contribution to the cam palgn fund and that he made the as sertion that he could prove it by me In answer to which I state that he cannot prove this charge by me I further state that you did not make the consideration or another consid eratlon Very respectful S A NORMAN MR NORJIANS LETTER DISCUSSED The Governor did not read this Jet ter here Those who know the facts points out that Speight did not say he could prove anything by Norman and also that Norman only said that you meaning Gov Beckham did not make the consideration This admits there was actually a consideration and a promised pardon but that Gov Beckbam himself did not make It Mr Speight did not say he did His charge was that persons claiming to represent Beckham made the con sideration and promised to pardon MrCNormano letter does not deny that fact and Mr Speight tin his statement In to days Herald is very clear on that It is known here that Mr Speight IP armed with the proof ol all be has charged He has written and signed statements but how many and who made them Is not known PART OP THE PR60F At least three of such statements came to tight today from persons who had made them and who kept copies of what they knew and did Here are the three 0 Br AUEN8 STATEMENT G R Allen states In 1900 he was requested by parties to contribute to the Democratic campaign fund and that he did contribute 250 to said fund upon the assurance from parties claiming to represent Gov Beckham that he would pardon Sam D Clark and that it was upon this assurance alone that be so contributed NOEWAN REPROACHED BBCKIIAU F W Glllmef tates that Sam A Norman told him that Gov Beckham when he was In Mayfield canvassing before the Democratic primary sent for him and said that he Norman ought to support him Norman re plied that when he agreed to do a thing he did It and he liked to see others do the same Beckham re plied he did not agree to pardon Clark but agreed to get him out and he remarked He is out isnt hel Beckham fntther said one of the Commissioners was against Clarks arole and he had gotten him to vote ant BECKUAM ADMITTED THE FACE James H Happy states that S A Norman told him that he gave 100 to the Democratic campaign fund upon the distinct assurance from parties claiming to represent Beckham that Sam D Clark would be pardoned after the election and tint he would ave given this money pn no other ondltlon He further said Beckham tiled to do this and be webt to see him and asked him if the party was author zed to represent him at May fieldaad Beckham did not dispute thlsclatmbut said the patty had toldon the streets ot Frankfort that he had bought Sam Clarks pardon and therefore he could not grant the srdon now but left the impression upon his mind that he wdpld do so later on Mr Norman has the reputatlpn of being a man of stern truth nod determination He has talked freely of his complaint against Beckham for refusing the pardon that had been prom ised It Is not believed that hp would convent to write any other than the letter he gave BeckhaVn which does not deny anypart of the charge Mr SpeightmadeDemocrats here are disgusted with Beckhams evasion and failure to face the charge The crowd he had Mon day was largely to hear what be w uld say on that point and he has made the reputation of a quitter There is great interest felt here to have Mr Speight return home before tide campaign closes and take up this subject here I 1 Mothers Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge getsdtgestlon uphealthyWilliams m The Salvo That Heals DewittsThemany salves but DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure other is a counterfeit E C DeWltts 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 WayneGriffin nORTON KY Oct azMr and MM Alonzo Austin were in Hartford Tuesday Mr Will Duke was In Beaver DAm TuesdayMiss Hoover left to visit rca at Rarnetts Creek on Tuesday Rev J A Savage filled his regular appointment at Bethel Sunday Rev Savage was the guest of Mr Wilt Duke Sunday Jesse Daniel is on the sick list at this writing Bj M Daniel was in Hertford Sal urday Meeting is now in progress at Beth el church and will probably continue 4 until Friday night Dr L H Hammona and J T Wright attended the speaking at Hartford i Bore or CAsaronxAj II Repu lican Spea ingl Hon W Scott Morri son candidate for Cir cuit Judge and Hon M 4 L Heavrin candidate for Commonwealths Attorney e will speak at the fol i lowing times and places Beaver Dam Friday Oct 23 730 p mIRosine Saturday OctI 24 1 p m- Narrows Saturday Oct 24 730 p m Everybody invited- MSRAGLANDCrYnTn Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels- constipated Tongue coated your liver Aycrs Pills arc liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness Zee All drurlatl I Vrint T m nmro or beard a beaaUtal brown or rid bUckf TLtnui- oBUCKINGHAMS DYEMlfor 10 e O Drf H HU a CO 1 I It Tit E CLEANSING CATARRHAND HEALING CORE TO- RpATARRrf Qy+ aIIAhKELYS CREAM BALM tgaB Easy and pleaeantto DM Contain no In Inrloui drag It Ii quickly nb otb ed Gives Keller at one It ppena and Puea ageaQt mat11mrotetiUCe and COLD I N HEAD Membrane IlMtorM the Banc ol Taste sad J Smell Large Hier M cent at DrnggttU or by mall Trial Nile 10 eente by man I ELY llUOTUKUg U Warren Btrwt New York Dress Goods quite a shown most at stock pleasing panso ns ai an j an nothing to it a you i 3 r- vF1 W p r F WE ARE AFTER YOU J WE WANT YOUR TRADE want to furnish with your Merchandise Store of Worlds Latest Creations a Suit of Clothes Top Coat Dress Pattern a Pair of Dry Notions Furni ture Groceries we are to see have thcmost uptodate stock of a General Merchandise in be disappointed Como to see Clothing e Mens nil tho latest Colors to 2500 v Boys to 1000 i to stock ii comploto nil latest Trim mings to match s enntn IShoesW L Douglas Shoes for mon P W Shoes for Ladies 1Ourtrading us at headquarters us for Winter supplies CARSON 8l CO l ffIAI J I EP BARNES Si BRO7J2 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY It 1 J t mm l Mw MiIIine m Goofls Trimmings mUles anMisses Wraps M Furs The keen interest accorded our New Things past week by shoppers deprived our adman of an opportunity of extending to public an earlier invitation to visit our quarters to see Mammoth Preparations we have made to supply their wants in correct things in every departmet ofour store You are invited to visit our store willing hands glad hearts will take pleasure in showing you the most diversified collection of MERCHANDISE shown in this x I 0 DRESS GOODSI In Wool wo have collection of thif newest concoits in the most fashionable headquartcr of the country Wo have thorn in the desirable weave tho most reasonable This was selected witl the idea of the woman of small well those with unlimited bank account 7 f SUITSSHOESHATS- tFor Men 13oys selected from tho bolt stockinitho coun try with idea of STYLE Durability and Low Prices It cost look and means saving to you r 0 yw I We you Fall Our Big is full tho If it is Hat Shoes Goods and the people We the county and you will not you us Suits weaves and from 300 Suits 250 Childrens Suits 75c 500 Dress Goods 1 Odr with the and Minor you are with you are Try your Fait and t J fi l m ij Fall the early the the the and and and elaborate GENERAL ever county prices buy 3 fJllOurs ovory in county i V cording to the salsin this Department the past week and 1 Ithe compliments received on tho product of Trimmers wo know that our lino is beyond reproach STRIKING SHOW OF WOMENS GARMENTS D of Wo have on sale now the most wonderful exhibit of Womans styliBh Wraps Furns and Skirts Everybody is i i l urged to call and see the greatest oiforts of our historyir tho 1J display of Fashionable Garments at reduced prices J EP BARRE54 BRO Beaver Darn Jy- i O r i A ii r L I r I r j Extraqrdiftary ft r Uuderpricing cornaQe4 reason for this is 1 fi SellingByIt e4 a are not paying what credit houses lose We want to fi save you money Our interest and yours arc identi rl- n enl If you are not satisfied tvo are dissatisfied We fi quote n few specials fi aq SPECIAL NO ITen dozen Child rons Extra Heavy FasL Black Hoso Double linen fl spliced Heel and roe two thread Leg and throe Ua thread iCneotho kind you pay 25efor Our Special Price 15c fi SPECIAL NO 2rTent dozen Ladies e4 Heavy Gray Ribbed Fleeced Vests made of Peelers 94 best Cotton Yarns Taped Neck gusset Armholes nn be = ideal garment the kind you pay 35c for Our Prico te4 to you 25c Pohts to match U Sackt4Black ljo lhibet Suits well lined nIl seams sowed with silk U tlCl It nssortmont of OhildrOlis Cloth- ingfi Yt Yt SPECIAL NO 4Mons Womonsand 4i Childrons Shoes Extra quality seamless back nons everyday wear Shoes tho kind that soIls for U 150 Our price 125 Ladies good heavy riveted 4q Shoes pegged bottom solid soles a good wearer for UU 1 100 a Pair Childrens of same make and quality u4in eralnino1Qour with Big Bargains Throughout our Store thoro iswnot a price that is not decidedly lower than hot you have boon paying t1 tor or for fieI i E JJ 41 E i f t b i 1 C Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 2J I I Read DavIts Co Ek Tr Co ad d ICARSON toI OjMera Fish Celery at City Res taunptIt need Sbou come toICARSON Colx Rverrtblng good to eat nt City teE I t1I1I1UI U you Mad Ure a Uuml1 Carne tl1t CAnos 4 Co I Mrs W P iloward vi Ralph was In town Tuetday I lIrol1 uetdtilothtng cofue to CARSONJk Co i City RetMulahLUloat ap to date place In Ilartlmrd- If you need a Cloak or Cape comeI to CARSON Co I AII whet nice soup you get 1AI Restaurant Jorn Blair Buford called to see us whlIe In town Monday Get your meals at City Restaurant EverytlSlag first clu Ed Davlaon Shreve made ua a pbeeant cn while In town Monddp- 1ernes Chancellor Ceralvo made ura cn while In town fUe terdayI j SPYlOCI I Phylock Was the man who a pound of human flesh There are many Sli locks now the onvale5 th consumptive the Sc slcLlyccnt child the pale young l1 woman al1 want human flesh i and ycan get ittale Scotts Emulsion r Scotts Emulsion is flesh I and blood bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens tithe digestive organs and they feed the whole body r For nearly thirty years J Sootts Emulsiop has been the ihA greatgiverof human fleshy We will send you a couple of 0UmcN free JfI1 t HipOTTd BOWNK NewYorK- Y t O41prltrett c aA jrno ran ete- E v z- T e Quarterly Court met Monday and adjourned until Thursday A T Bishop Render called to see us while In town yesterday C W Morgan Maxwell wade us a pleasaat can while la town yesterday Mrr Mary Nance of Owensboro le- the guest of Mrs Amanda Nance thIs week Caleb Powers speech la his recent trial le on sale at the poetonce25c per ropy OSTROPATuvDr D W King le at- Mro Lou Collins Examination and oanltatlon free tf Just received a new lot or Mens Clothing end Overcoats CARSON Co Mrs Alex Barnett leftyesterday for Vhnevllte where she wm spend a week with lrlende and relatives We have just added another naeort went to our stock of frloo pants CARSON Co Dont fall to see our big lot or frOQ ante Prices range from Joo to az5o Ask to see them CARSON Co S P Powler of Madisonville Ky- will bekin a protracted meetingat the Church of Christ Paver Dam November 9 J90J All are cordially invlted to attend Why not get iu ajuese on the big candle and tee If you cant get the Eye lulte of Furniture Remember we give one guess for every Joo spent with na CARSON Co VIrgil Cooper and Clarence Case bier left fur Texas Tuesday They expect to remain some time and probably make theIr home there TIm ItcrusrlcAN wLshee them success W NranFive or six good fapn hands to do regular form work must be recommended by substantial men If they prove udalactory will give steadyjob l9 further information can on or addrlei ltd Davidson 2J4 Shreve Ky Mr James Jackson oilareat aid Mies Georgia Milner Ceralvo were married at the home or the bride lat Sunday at t oclock pm Revr VI cut Shlppa spoke words that made them one Tna REPUBLIcAN and tletr many hlepds wish for them a pleasant and prosperous future Mr Thomas P Williams was mar rld to Miss Emma Rowe and Mr Melvin Shoulders was married to Miss Myrtfe Dlshopht the parlor of the Rev JaniesW Turner P Elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church in7lvansvllle Ind recently These are all popular young peoples f Ohio county and all live near Center- town s pr Tilden Taylor Matenzee fa pain- lug year editors new residence weekbCol C DL Barnett arrived fro Louisv111eyeaterday to be at ICbo until alter the electionNovember 3rd We have the best dock of Shoes in Ohio county for ladles men laud chiI drea Come to us for your fall an wInter Shoes CARSON Co Rev W D Harnett Corning 0 brother of Col C M flarnett arrive today to be the guest of Col aad Mrs C M Barnett for several days The new Baptist church at W PoInt this county will be dedicate- the Piiet Sunday In November th Rev Dr w P Harvey editor oftbe- Western Recorder will preach the d- icatorial sermon Basket dInner wi be served JohuMcIntire whohas been abseutI for several months as watchman on- theSttamerWabaahon the OhIo river which plies between Evansville ani Paducah arrived Wed dyto heI the guest ohla parents Mr and Mrs J M Mplnllree scan all l Col C M Barnett will i address the voters of Ohio county at Baize town Satuxday Oct 31 at I pm and at Cromwell Saturday Oct 31 at 7 p m- Taylor Mines Brass Band will accompany the speaker from Beaver DamMS RAGLAND Chmti Editor Smith Resumes Duties Alter an absence of about six weeks from my editorial duthsduring whIch time I had a very severe attack of ty phold fever I am proud to agaIn be be able to take up the work It became neceseery for me to rtsmme my duties much earlier them I hail wllbed by nand of the necessary absence Tram town pf AIr Anderson who has been nip place lot the put several AIr Anderson being and old edl havIng edited TU8 RPUDLItAN sever1 years before his election to the Circuit Clerks office It was an easy teak for hIm to kelp tbepaperc- ep to Its ordinary ttaBdrd and per hope to melee It better them I could have dome hd I been In charge With beet wishes to all readers and patrons or Tan RspusrJCAN and Irfoad I etatruly C E SWJT- HI of You should call on Ayu Taylor the Undertak of err when in need of anything in his line He can furnish burial outfit on for short notice at a very moderate pricetoMorrison and HeaYrln at Livermore Hon W Scott Morrlaon and BonIe M L Heavrin concluded a weeks en Is- cagcmeat In McLean county with a Republican rally at Livermore last Saturday night About two hundred lam people were present and the speakers were given the closest UentloutJ Mr Heavrin said the murderers 01It Mr Gotbel akauld be punished but the that theIr punishment should be deJu termlaed by the courts and juries and no mans life or death should be made the pollticallHue 18 a campaign The Democratic leaders made anw abortive effort to keep the atembera of their petty away by advertising Capt Ellis to speak In Livermore on the same occasion It la due Capt Ellis to state that he was unaware of the prior appointment oc HenJMerri lug son and Heavrin and frankly told the Democrats so The enthusiasm ad interest la Livermore and the whole or YcLeaa county la aU that could de desired Strayed or Stolen bar One red heifer about one year and sIx mouths old matted muderblt la right ear Hsa been gone about two months When raet seen was at Mt John Stowera farm the Riley farm about one mile ud s half North of the Hartford Liberal reward for her re turn WAerDmacAN Hartford Kyt LIVERMORE KY Oct aoHon M L Heavrin candidate ror Commonwealths Attorneyb spoke to a large crowd J71h notwithstanding the fact the Democrats in order to detract from the Republican speaking which was first anaoutlced had the Hon W T Ellis advertised to speak at the same time Mr Heavrine effort was a master stroke and It served to arouse enthusiasm as nothing she has duro lugthe sampafgn and the good im preolen which hehaaltlt wIth the people of boUt parties will be attested hy tile votehe receives on November 3rd Watch ItIHGllfSCott Mortis SmJames P Atherton eandidate for Jtepl reeentatlve made a shortbut telling r speech Mt Iliadcandidate for Circuit Clerk mad his announcement The infant child of Mr sod Mrs n 0 PMorrla died on the i6tb of cholera iafantam Mr JPJlBH and Miss tillie Bennett bath of tbla place were married- t r on the evening of the slat et theDipi- n tilt burch Rev T M Morton om elating mS W Rowan wtnt to Owensboro ou business Mrs Rufus Wlalms rl Nuckea happened to whet might have been serious accident last week lied It n beenn that acme one was near to rend rtald The accident was cased by broken glass pitcher falling on ii wrist severing a large artery She was attended by Dr Beard and present la Improving Rev J L Reed of the M B Bermeston on a e Newhone Wedit 4tb next at 1 oclock p m at the rel dance of the bride et Matanzas Ky Mr Claude Smith win be united In marrIage to MIlS JeseleTatam Rev E D Maddox will speak the worda that will gnlte the young couple or life Miss Ttum Is one of Ohio county s most beautiful and ccompUshed young ladles Of a lovable dlaposl- tlon she makes friends wherever known She to the daughter oj D- t V Tatum cleansed whose wIdow aRerwards married AIr W P Ren- de Mr Smith is the son of MrndMrs K W Smith and Is one of our ountys most papmlarand lndnetrlou young men For a number of years he taught school and them he eatend Into the practice of law At the preI ant be lathe editor of theHartlordRJC- l BrICAN He has bee 111o typhoid fever for thf past six weeks but 3e now teat recovering Immediately after the ceremony th happy couple will come to Hrtord where Mr Smith hat a nice new reel dance already furnished for his bride The Herald along wIth a hOlt other friends and relatives extends the heartiest good wlahtq to soon to AIr and Mrs SmlthHartford HeraldSr- DtnrocraUc Mach Je DenouncedH The following Is a byM 8 Reglaad from the Bon Sam- E Hili formerly a resident of Ohio coIIRty and a Democrat until the beu Ilaalll of the reign of Gotbellsm tm reply toa request from Mr Rgland that he make some speeches ID this SticketLexington Ky Oct J5 I90J cJDearpermIttedtheInvitation to meet my old time friends Ohio coumtgit Hartford and Fords le and speak to them on the laaaee the pending campaign but the pre n arioue condition of my health and W buslae engagements here is court forbid My health has not been good severall months but le now much Improved but I feel that I must exposure and fatigue I hope heat that old Ohio county has rolled up n good msjoiIty against the Fromtfort oligarchy end has thus active and efficient aid iii redeem g the Slats from thegalling tyran- ay of minority and ring role It le to be hoped that the patriot to of our people wm on the Std of November set the seal of colldemua is the whofesale larceny of the t offices the dlaromchleement or majority partisan courts patted perjury and enbotnation oT perjury and the numerous lesser vIces whIch have chracterlzed the of thOle who lu defiance of the popular as expressed et the polls fear years ago seized the state offices thus acquiring the possession of stolen goods knowing them to have been stolenrPlease rememberme to all inquir friends ofe olden time and believe medacerely Your friendaS E HILL a vMra Cammomwcalthe Attorney is a mew of the Hccitham ring of election stealera He lives lu Hartford MrcHesvdm reprtdeats the Republicans ani also lives In Hertford The gentlemen are shoot the same age and have resIded In Ohio county about same number of years Mr- Hesvtln will defeat AIr Rlmgo more them 300 in theIr COU- lltyHaeavlUe PlaladealerFF h Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days youngerbrothergestlon He tried several remedies hot no benefit from them 0chasedmach and LIver Tablets and he commenced taking them Inside of thirty dayabe had galne forty pounds in flesh He la now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Holley Broil Merchants Long fllamaCall onA C Taylor for anything in the Under tlIkers line Coffins any e or style furnished at reasonable price Hi funerall car at you service any hourJr- Hoa M L Hetvrln Republican omlnee f Commonwealths Attor neyitnpreeseethecrowda wherever h- epeaka e with his Iacerjty and ability Hela ORe of those brlUllaat young sea that the public servIce atada- Y r THE LATEST NEWS Nine men were killed four were In furled and one Is missing as the rtsult of au accident on a bridge In course of Monougahela wofse luerarrestaBnglanderare In the atThe citlztne State Batik with 000 capital was organized atGreenu- James p M Literal is cashier john J McHenry of Louisville June W Gayle of Owentou and Ike Adair of Pordavl1le are Interested FORDSYILLE KY Oct 2oMr Felix Lake of Hart ford was In town Saturday Misses Dora Holdetman and Mam Jones were the guests o MIss Artl Smith Saturday night Mr and Mre W R Jones who have been visiting theIr daughter MraA L Hudson or Hartford an Mrs C L licIT of Sulphur Spring returned home Friday Yr Charlie Wells who has bee visiting lrlendeand relatives herein the past two weeks returned to hi SundayrMrp Crowe dIed leaf Sun day afternoon Mesa Ella Smith went to Owens born Saturday Messrs C P Reoan and M S Ragland Hartford were In town lea- Thursday t Mlee Lana SmIth wu the greet 01 her cousin Miss Mamie Jones Sun fdlaa Don Board 1tnavllle was lm town Saturday County Convention AlISoISecond Annual County Convention at 25thrtrong one and the christian of the county should plan to attendg Some of the speakers ere Mr C C of Louisville Prot H R Tay or toulavllle end State Secretary enry E Rosevear we DEDA KY Mr Oct z1Rev Harned filled his reg J lar appointment at the C P Church Sunday Quarterly meeting convened at Shlntle Chapelchurch Saturday and The protracted meeting which baa the been in progress at Shlmtle Chapel tla liclosedMr Axro Rowan and wile Heflin at vllited Mrs Rowans mother Mrs end Nancy Poster SundyT1Mrs Bernyce Dodson and Miss end Mary Park went to Harford Saturday School at this place is progreseing- icely odder the management of Prol R Gerson- Dir sc Walter Parks Mla Clara Bennett and Mary Parka attended the protracted meeting at Barnetts Creek ran Snpdep The Deda and Duford base ball teams crossed bets at Buford Saturday evening resulting In n score o- t8 to 4 lu laver of Beds Mrs Nancy Park who has been vIa lung her daughter Mrs W C Bennett for the put two weeks returned her home Tneadsy- MMrs Hoeca Shown who has been visiting her parents at Whlteavl1le re- urned home Monday Mrs SavUla Chamberlain visited her parents Mr dMra Peter Shown Sunday I Mr Joe Bennett returned home Sunday from a two weeks visit to rel- etives at Evasnville Ind Mr Ple1deu Bennett who has been confined to his roam for several dayi wIth Rheumatism to improving AIr W C Bennett la havIng hIs reeldencc painted Miss Dorcy Bennet went to Hart ford Monday Little Miss Lorene Greer la confln d to her bed with throat trou e- MNoJameaPattoalJarneUCreek her daughter Mrs Robert Ben oj last week b1NoSunday nIght Mr Hrdlll Beard and family A1exa ender visited Mrs Beards parents to Mr and Mra SoA Bennett Sunday In Porn pltaaant physic take Cham berlalms Sto mech and Liver Tablets Eaay to take Pleasant la effect Hie by J H Williams m Can Issued of WashIngton D C Oct 20The to can for an extra session of congress A was Issued from the White House today November 9 is set ea the date f assembly The Cuban reciprocIty treaty will bee the most Important matter or consideration 01Theretlnn of the country than all other dls h caste put together and until the fast CIbleprollnoaced It II Teal disease and pre scribed local remedlY8ud hy 88a s stRntly telling to cure with local treata meat pronounced ftIBcurat leScI IImutlouarqulrea constitutional treeatment- HallI Catarrh Cure maanfacturedby lerIt la taken internally In doses o drops t atespooafalIt seta dl at the blood and mucous sur face of the system They offer one iltomonlals Address FI catty Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pule are the beat J New GoodsCheap Goods tWo have just returned from the City Markets where wo have purchased big for rho Fall Trado s2rii everything found in n firstfclnss uptodato store We also purchased a big lot of uptodoto Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Childrens Cloaks and n big lot of Furs at prices that are eyeoponers s2 i CLOTHING wentyfour Mens Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to ii 42 at 290 elsewhere 500 Vorstfe3 zes to at else whore 425 SuitsdCwhero 750 IJi Big assortment of Pants all sizes and J colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to C 250 Big lino of Boys Suits all prices We like to give you morn prices but ns is limited we t1 risk the public to our stock and their Fall Goods from us os wo can will save you Yours for fi rSMALLHOUS KY Oct zr Sunday being the regular meeting day at Equality a large congregation met to welcome theIr new Rev Ed Doggeas but were disappointed that fle did not come Mr Harry Bennett who Is attending school et Hartford accompanIed bytwo young ladles whose names 1a11eTto learn were the guests of Bennetta parents Mr and Mrs C Bennett from Friday until Sun dayiAs Mr Robert Hunter and son returned from Utica Friday an accident occurred which fortunately did not prove serlooa While coming down long hill near CentertQwn one of horses became frightened and a nk of thebrtut chaIn come apart the same time the brake came loose the team ran away with hIm wagon ran against a fence poet stopped the horses one or which was thrown serene the tongue of the wagon and could not get up till Mr Hunter cut the gear loose A few ratches on his team and a badly frightened men was the result as he was thrown oft the wagon when It Into the lens Mr S T Hunter and daughter Mlaa LeUa were In Ceatertoem last Thursday Little Macle Harris Is suffering greatly Crocla carbuncle R D Hunter Is having chills Mr aid Mr Jake Igleheart and children Matanzas end Mre Ather ton Bud were the guests of Mr and rs Billy Wlthrovf Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Hendrix nclt01s were the guests oillr M P Maddox end family Saturday night Miss Nanzile Ashby Centertown was the guest ofMies Gaffe Ball Sunday Messrs Dean and Barry Ball Cen tertowp were the guests of their an- dc William and family Sunday W G Harrla and R D Hunter went to Livermore Tsar week with a raft o loge forthe mill Mrs Love Bullock was severely bItten by a vicious dog last WedSY day lilt Goes Right to the Spot When palm or irritation exists on- sayy pert of the body the application Blllarde Snow LIniment will glue prompt relief hIt goes right to the Itsaid an old men who was rob It In to care hIs rheumatism R Smith Propr Smith Hoare- Teneba writes Ihave used BI Snow Is my family or several years end have found It boa fine aches and pains and I recommend it for paisa the throat and chest z5c 50c anti- r ooatJ H Wllliama m Young Couple Wed On Sunday the 18th Inst at the home of the bride Mr Joe Maddox Rockport was united in marriage Mlaa Mtttie narnard tktelvoRev L lIraddo ofliclating Trig REPUBLICAN wIsh for them a happy and ontented future Rana Ten Penny Nall Through His Hand White opening Ii box J C Mount Three Mlle Bay N Y ran a ten enny nail through tbe fleshy part of- is I thought at once of aU the paIn and sorereaa this would me he aysnd ImmelUltte applied Ckemtretlatns Pplm Halm- and occasionally afterward ToyIt removal all pal and sore and the Injured parta were soon heeled For sale yJ II wn m If you aro thinking of at tending fitstclnss business toilgetiyou wUhlo wPJlto Call thisoflice and buyout scho- larshP in one pf the following institutions pwling Green Bryant or iVo- can save you eomomonoy Beav4erSHOES Hamilton Brown for men every pair guaranteed 125La dies Shoes 1 Dig lot of Chindron s Shoesall price- sJACKETA 12 Jacket forOj a 10 Jacket for 8 on 8 Jacket for 5rand so on flown the line SKIRTS A 6 Skirt for 42515 Skirt for 375 n 4Skirt for 250 a 3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt for 100 ChldrensJacketsa t e1lprices would our space therefore call and oxamitio buy and money trade Sam Bach Hartford Ky preacher Hall Liniment urprlse t- SMasseyBuneCellogo ACTAYLOR Undertiker I have just received n full line or Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of the latest pattern and strictly uptodate I have procured the 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 Kye SHERiffS SAlE vIrtue of Execution No 2052 dlrectedto me which issued hour clerks Office of the Ohio Circuit Court la favor of J D Taul against J A StCllr H P Watts L P Crowder and F Y etCisir I or one- of my Deputies will expose to public sale to the bight end beet bIdder the following penOul property or so much thereof ae to satisfy Plaintiffs deinterest and costs os Saturday October 311903 between tile hours ol9 oclock a m and bt oclock a mat Ute Old Mill Homeila R lseKyad the real estate at the Court Hone door in Hartford Kyon Monday November z J903 the hours of x oclock p re and 3 oclock p m One Roller and Engine one set Corn Burrs situated In the Old Mill- house at Roslae Ky also one town lot la Roelne Ky bounded on South by lands and track of I C R R Coon the West by Cromwell and SI- phBr Springs road CUt the North by aIStreet on the East by the lands of C R R Co It being the lot on which the mill above described Is 1e- cated levIed upon as the property of defendants In this action TERMSSale will be made on a credit Of 3 months bond wthppr v adeecnrity required bearing la at the rate or6 percent per annum from day or sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 13th day or OcTober 19n3CAr P Knows S O C By R L BoYD D f3 The Floating Studio is now atHart- ford until January I J904 Our pilcea on many of our better grade are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call before going elsewhere Gray J II My hair was falling out and yourHair j restored the natural colorMrs E Z Besommc Cohoes N YJIts Impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventyy years In your hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you likeJyour lair If use Ayers HaIr VIgore rourgraydark rich I suo a friar Allkyylrfs ar dtaieIM esonot sspPly you IIf Hone duller and ws spree a bottle JIO sore and rhe DAme retUslresl allle lddreu J C AY46 CO Loxes Mau M- v Real Estate DO YOU WANT A 1 R ff adjoiningBeavor tine farm in good condition Good buildings all kinds of fruits Ono of the nicest countyI Salo 70 acres near Pala for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 15 acres four miles north f Hartford for 800 In good ildingicIfyou want to buy Or itch SCe mo S A Andersoo Oellrhl ftel Eshttttr HARTFORD KY r 35O OO Suit lfmmmm GIVEN AWAY If you want to be tqo lucky person buy your goods from lis from now until tho end of the year and got tgUoes at the length of time BIG 1110firstnumber of hours or thoone- guesting the neareetto tho ox aandlogetsOnoand a guess It coats you maybe to all cash cUstomers Come to see us and get more for than you RIO offendtilsewhero CARSONtCOr r rHARTFORD KV 0 Hartford Repubtican FRIAV pcIr9nE 2J THAT CALHOUN FEES Adjutant Murray Not Averse to HavIng Part of It CLAIMS ECKUAM STOPPED fliNt Cashing f the SeventyTwo Thouland Dollar Cheok Stili a MysteryMllr- rayi Per Cent Rumored at From Twelve Thousand to Elghtoon Thou sand DOllar WulsvUIo om1AdjutAnt Gonoral D n MurroT- mado tho foUowtna answcr to MoJor W C Owena chargo na to lila nIloged actual orw1Wg IIharlJ1S In tho 72OO foe paldto Captain 0 0 Calhoun for colLocung the Kontucky war daunt IIznaylrnya aaJd boforo I knowUo ernor I3khiim opln1on on IIUeliUb- jocts that for the extra work hat I did I oUght to roooWo compenaaUon And I flAy haT i1a14 that I hoped to do so I learned onougiof Dockhnm opinion In sIJ aubjects to know that hodld not 1h1nk an tateomcer ought to participate In any feM or emoluments snvohla snlar and I never mentioned the znatthr to him nor ham I reodvod ono cent Nor Is there ony obUgaUon on the part or Mr Calhoun or any ono to pay mo any part of that foo General 1Iurray statement which 1s carefully WOrded aroused much Interest amOng pouue1 on both sides All of them had been walUng for denial hoping that the long pontupf- lood gate or goadp on the Bubject of the Calhoun fee WOUld be opened A few months ago when the subject WM WnXmRfldfrOBh hlt was given out that Captain Olhoun was going to Eu rope t It wan goaip Rtth time thAt Cap thin CaThounfetthat he waa peing made to carry too much weight His persona frlenda have steadily doolarod that lo did not pt the enUreU2OOOc- omB1iJ lon but tbatttt was spUt up It was the Idea that a BTDdlcntcwaa In terstcd and that a part of the amount had gone Into the campaign fund It wu al4 that Captain Calhoun wanted all the faota known Inbtclid of goIng to Euroo towoTer- CaptainCalboim has boon In Washng ton another BpIUllsh war claim uppo6odJy on a contract with OOTOrJ1 Iockhnn MVflT8 WZDDIN PRESENT The nnocUoD of General Murray with ti commf =Ion began probably laat winter when he waa married At that Ume Captain calhoun waa not regardcd as a man or moons Just be fore General Murray was married he- wu spending the oyenlng with I3Om- ofriew who were celebrating the ap- pioachlng oyoxt Ho remarked that ho- Jw1 just rocohod a wooding present of iooo The frionda hooted joyously nt the yery Idea WhereupOn In a spirit of banter It was said ho drew II check for 1000 out of hIs pocket and folding the sIgnature over cxhlb- itod It to the Incredulous ones Tho check was dnt Lexington One friend carrying the cbaTX further than the others declared that any man knight write himself a check for 11000 but It was tim signature that counted WhereupOn na the rront General Murray unfolded the aignatura for the oxcinalto benefit of tholncredulo s friend and disclosed tho name of 0 O- CalhflD At that Umo Captain Calhoun had nut received his paT but of court he had a portct right tomalte- Generol Murray a wttIdthg prclentln WIT Bum that might be cozIdored appropriate nod delicate between mU mate Mends or merely mutual ndo- mlrera GROWTH Oll TIlE BTOnIEaI CortaLnly later wlibn tho enormous Calhoun oummlBidoxt was paid this handsome wedding prent waa recall od Oonoroll rtnrrat waa alsO the at1 testing wines to the signatures ot both Governor Ikckham and CaptnJn Calhoun to bOth the contracts drawn for the collection of the war claims by- tholatter lAst summerthWo were perelatoot rumors tl2at CaPtOifl Calhoun had on a portion of his comn1aIon toGnIoral Muuty These rumors were curd rant InDnok1nI1d80 county lindth aI1OImt rvaztd from 12000 to 18000I All aorta or tlotalls acconijaated Uie rumors They show a surpassIng In- genulty La connectIon with matters of private bualnoos At the name time It was Il8scrtod that 18000 In currency had boon ClIP ned from Frankfort to Dardstown and deposited In bank there Some persons jumped at the conclusion that It represented a portion of tho war claims I commission Others insisted that itI j WM merely a pnrment on another atato contract Governor l3eckhama name however was not In any mannor con t netted with this money It was another flardatown pollUclan rather no- torlouuly connected with state conI tracts and pracUcal politicsITIlE COMMISSIONCILECK From the moment captain Calhoun received hJa warrant from the auditor for his commission thoro wos great curiosity to know how the warrant would bo cubed The usual plan III to- present It to tho treasury got the i trurore chock and cash it iuiy whore convenient Captain Calhonn did pDt cash liLi warrant In Frankfort but took it to Lexington Ourloslty- waa agog to know what ho would do with it That ourloslty baa remained unaUaflOd to this day Lezingto- fGtka boll vo It was not couootod through U11 LeXington bah1t lbo Jurors chookln Tudge hagen omco ot Frankfort wouId by In c1orBlment pQuIbly show the counioot L tho uook Treasurer Hager can satI Ily the curl08ltyon that poInt at any L ttmo Of SO Captain CAlhoun had aright to qolloct hIs money through J anT hannol he pleaOxl but curiosity wa btirnlng to know whnt particular chnseI was adopted It Ja flnfo to aay that for II month after tho warrant was drawn thth were a hundred people trying to Und out JUBt the cour80of that aimplo rootn the I caal9Ia tLIOt1 YiIE Captan Calbpun wa8n mqdorat- oorcwiska oe W grt tat claim lR his way Ho was an obkuie twYOI ani zWsooBa torbookkeeping In a col188o Mer the claim WCUI collected he lived with hili tamII y In easlol stylo but not In any notable dgroo tHis friends have never believed ho kept nIl the monoy for himself It has been reported that ho was senllUfo tO the triUclam that had boon uttered CUI to the transactIon between himself nsdOovornoJ Dock ham under the contracts and thought ho was being sarlflced It this La trhe has never said so pubUcly It baa boon whIspered however that ho was kept In Washington on a hopoleee claim In order to keep him away from the heat of crlUclam ORIGIN OF OKHAMB AOlThe statement made by Mjor W 0Owens connecUng Genelal Murray with Captain CaIhoun recans the fact that when Major Owona that clirirged that Captl Calhoun dld not keep nIl the commission for hlmselfj but divided with othor dovernor Ikckham ros- pondM with a violent attack on Ma jor Owen In II speech at Qrgotown Major Owona replied that Governor Deckhaxa waa pleadlng Ql1leU for himself Th1awu oildonce Hd Qn the 18000 currency deposited at Dardatewn It Si most probable however that this was fl part of pqmonta on the tat prmnUng tbntract It was con IIldered elnguiar at the Unto that cur rQn7 and oot B hock should have boon dopoalted at I3ardstown Thoao belt Informed noyer honrd Governor Ueckhain connected with the matter Makos a Clean Swoop Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly or all the Salves you ever heard of Ducklens Arnica salve is thebest It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruise Cuts Dolls UlcersSkln Uruptione andPiles Its only 25C and guaraurteed to give sat- IsfactiOn by Z VayneGriIfiu Ego druggist m I CASTOR1AP ThKin Vo1fHas AlwBtsBougbt t earthe 1 9JrJ1signature of The GoOd Old Summer Time The good ilsuatner time will soon be gone and jackfrost will make the season for bugs and snakei to hunt winter quarters and the grasshoppers legs get sUlfsnd refuse to work Old Soltdougeupqearijand his rays o4JY linest and most braclugolJnlg rating and health bearing brezeLet us revel In this turn of tlJe seaon Imperceptible In Its change blilt supremely joyous In what It brings to us The pale tints of the spring nlJwers have already changed to baTd yellows orangesi azd reds The gQ1Jlenr l ssnpren1e along the highways and Its banks of sunshine enlighten the course of the traveler For those whO seek to knQw nltureln hepeiastbis i the time The haute of ljgbt ate shortening each successive day Twilight comes earlier Make tbe mopt of nntureB dayr it lB her day of glory of promise of fruition Noth lug finercopl4hoqDilesIred Some benighted perss there are who seem to be possesed with a desire to escape all summer and fan seasons s d for that purpose hldr eJ11 elves to the places but fot our partr we revel in the glories of the lush sum mer time as Itll experienced and en oyedh reln the bluegrass regions 0- 1KentuckyRx IF RIPANSwTabnles Doctors find A good Iprescrlptlon For mankInd The S cent paebtll enoighfor sinai oceaalon- lrhelamll bottle ICO centA eontaln auppljr- or a rear AU druggltlaeU then QA T XA- B rlthe The KISIIYOU HneAMIS BOIt m I Colonel Belkuap the Republican nominee for Governor promises the State a busInesS adtntnistratlon and those who know hInt realize that he hasabundantabilfly to give It lIe will win popularity everywhere he toeS The Dempcrats know this and they are getting desperate They be tIn to seethe handwrittiugbut noth- Ing can save them Do You Want to Yawn Peel cold hlverlogs aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression Thtsesymp3tomll may be followed by vIolent headache high lever btremenervousnesa a conditIon ttheforethcrdlsease getS a bold through It will work n cure In Iii any stage J A HopkIns Man hester Kan writes I have used your great medicine I1erblne for 5ev- rtal years There Is nothing better for mn1arla clilids and fever head rebe biliousness and for a bloodpu rilying tonIc there Is nothing as ood 5ocatj H Williams m CASTO XA lemtlae TheKInjq HWAlway Bought Blgu tun If L Itemked Accout not yet Com plate The Kentucky State Pair Associa lion Jlas not completed the Itemized Icount to be furpished the Owens DOro guarantors showIng them the receipts and disbursements for the re- entxh1bitiona= The trial balance bas been reached and the oiicerlJo the assocIation hope to have the an count ready by next week NothIng further has been heard rrom the guarantor as to their luten Lions President L L Dorsey la hopeful that the guarantee fund will be settled without litigation but he Li s received no definite informatidr- iFe guarantors have announced that they will take no action until ant rnized account Is submitted OA TO X ItheIha Kind Thi Haue liens Bcug- ItBfPmo IiflJ i IS FbOT fAu1t aJ If General Buckners Spcech Is Full of Suggestion I TUB REAL AND SUM DEMOCRATS I Line Drawn Closely Between the Grand Old Wheelhorlu of the Party and Those of the MachlneMade Brand Savoyard Excoriates the Present Leaders of the Kentuoky Democracy Savoy In Lonievilto Poet WashIngton Oct S That opoech General Duckner deJlvled ot Muafords vOile at the opening of the Republican campaign Is nn extraordinAry prodJOo lion IfyourcatltyouwUlllnd that It sUcks to yotr It La full ot BUggC- SUon It kCG mon think It shows a man how to be a real Democrat rather than I sham Democrat It shows II than what a ttal Kentuckian Is as distinguIshed from II sham KtIJ1tuck lan We are fAllen on troublous and evil times In tho old corn wawealth when tim flower of the state nro known as tormcr Democrats Who Is Simon Bolivar BucknsrT Ill teliyou who he lB When tho mJg1 thlD88 of 1861 were to be done this man was sought by tho federal author JUC8 and he wa offered high command In the Union armies But then us now Simon DollvarDucknor had convlcUons and ho followed them tog- nrdlcaa of consequences General Leo did no more Ho too was oourta4 by the North and ho too tent l19ub but there was a dIfference Leos prop arty was at the South DuelmMa- ProportT was at the North Lri4 that was not all of It oIther IhseJmua property was more conaidezable per hape than any other mans Who wont to the Southern Bldo Do the LIttle mon whodenounco Gea1 Duckncr- aa a renegade and a traitor eeo noUl lug to commend In that Probably not That sort of conduct J u much II niystery to thorn as Is a stain a1l- ofty devotion to POlitIcal prlnclpl Then they sneer at the surrender of Donnlaon That Is a ToryconLempUblo thing to do Two politIcal generals wo over Ducknar then They man aged the campaign Ducknor got the rMpOnslbllltT When Floyd and Pillow bad received everything and lIed Duckner surrendered to save his men It ins n1IraJe thing to do and entIre ly characterJsUc lie did not know thatthe Would not be tried for treason condemned and executed The federal goyaramont had not announced Its pol leT toward Southern leaders Passion was high there was general demand forvigor Perhaps that Is why Buck n BUperiors at Fort Doua1son got out ot the way But Ducltnr did what duty ordered lie alwas obeyed the utctatee of duty and of conscience In cIvil and In military Ute Ho Ii supporting the Republican tIcket this year simply because there is no Democratic tIcket to support Bomethlna must be wrong In Ken tuCkT the Umes must be out of joint when such mon as Simon DoUvar- Duckner are without the Democratic household lIe was a Doraociat La his youth in his early manhood In his nlature manhood and ho Is a Democrat tkia good day In his old ago Ho W- aaiomocrnt on the field nt Chlckamll- ug lie was a Democrat In the exocu Uye mansion nt Frankfort lie was a DemocratIc candidate for rico prwi dent lIo was a rat whoa ho made that speech lit Muntonlvllle very man In Kentucky regardless of politics ought to read and reread pondor and ponder again that Mum tontvlllo Utterance It Os so tar III perlor to everything else that has been said or written about this campaign as to leave nIl else out ot our minds It Is a lofty patriotism It Is wise statesmanship It Is the utterance ofI a sage No man ought to vote this year untIl ho has rood that speech I hope the Post will print It again The DemocratIc party ot Kentucky Is nothing but a machine of small men That machine tells who shall have this oftloo who shall have that office and who shall Lave the other office When I was a very young man I attended a- DomocrnUo state convention IIt Frank fort a delegate from Motcalto county It WI Feb 22 1867 There Wl no machine In thowo days Nothing but the Jeffersonian teat was applied We nominated for governor John L Helm over Richard II Stanton but there was not the slightest shade of a shadow of bossism In the act The patform was of more Importance than tho tIcket It was a large conventIon for tlo people were aroused but there woro nono of the capers and shInes of nowadAYs It was as different from the vlctorlous Muslo ball conventIon as Christs sermon on the Mount is different from Molocks speech In hell Its acUon was as different from tho n0- tion of the Music hall convonUon as the orderly assembly ot tree men Ss e different from tho tumultuous outrages I of a mob We went to tho people with our tIcket and our platform and thore i never was a moment ot doubt as to the result Wo did not have to steal elections In those days OUr candidates I wore nominated by free men In free i and open assembly The committee on crOdonUI11s VIM not dominated by a Vulgar and vicious boss and was not the whole thing And so It contInued for years Had the DemocratIc party of Kentucky pur sued that course nIl the time there never would havo been a day when Kentucky Would have stood any more I chance to go Republican than bell stands to go Methodist But Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew ForCONII17I1OTI01lf prlt 5c S 1100 A Perfect For AU Throat and Cure Lung Troubles 7Ioy bck llttal Trial UotUeure ct1Tr EarlyRisors TheJamous little plUs TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rake 1axtIvIItomO Qiftetne Tablet Alt I- iIruggtite retan1 the money U U lalla to eulll Ii- v lroree Ilfnatnru Pu on sech boa Sic e deS Cu1ngiiis came onI t tJl leaders of the Kentucky Democrn cy and their generation know knot Joseph We have fallen on times whonh toget a emocrllUc JlDmlnalon In Kentucky we must see the ma chino If the machine is for us who cnn be agalnat us What dowe care who tour opponentS are or what thelt numbers are The machine holds Its own prlmaries counts Ua own votes certtflosilta own elections A cog might sllpand the macnlno might lOBO II con venttou but 88 long as It knows enough about arithmetic to add a column oflllgures of Its own making It tan urf7 a primary election Has It oveiJaJlod Theydont want n7 platform The- murdered Goebdl Is enough for them Some Qf them whOm tho late GoobcJ had marked for the political slaughter are on the stump yelling murdr One beldead is worth a thousand Oocbels living to the party that dIctates candi- dAtes steals electIons and hen wrought Jnrolculabl Injury to the tate There Is not going to 00 on casy- Domocrntic coneclenoc In Kentucky until the party gets to be Democratic enoucq for such manna Simon Dollvnr- Buckner to vote with It S aS SIDoing a Great Educattonal Work Tieouthern Ntrmal School aud- Bqliqg Green Ruslnesi College Bowllrg Green Xy are doing II relit work In preparing young pee ileJQ Jill various positions of useful ness Write forcatslogues Address U Jr Cherry Business Manager Bowling Green Ky APorfootPalnlosa PiliI tsthe one that will dense the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure head ache and leave a good taste In the mouth The famous little pIUs for doing such work pleAsantly and effect nally nrc DeWitts Little Uarly Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette md says Allother pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Rlsera are simply perlect1ISold by Z Wayne Griffin Em m Death of Stella Payton Sadly did the mIdnight breeze whisper Stella Is dead just before the clock chimed the hour of U on Octobcr 3rd The wheels of life stood still sod the boatman urshed the pre claus kabe to the farther shore Lttte did the mother dream as the sabbath hours waned away that the grim monster of death was hovering so near to cLim her faintest fewer But diphtheria had claimed Its victim and tbeportsla oC Heaven 9Iere thrown wide Qpen and the cherublms of that happy land rtjolced as her joyful spirit toqk Its night to join their unlverasble Host Indeed we think it 18114 to see our little schoolmate takez In t c dawn of life just when the brIght rays of sun were reflect- Ing 80 brilliantly upon her for she was loved by the school and by all who knew her We miss the bright smile she wore for which will cause us to see more clearly the responsibil- Ity of1le and the many tad heart we might comfort and drop In a kind word o the sad hearted as id our classmate Stella And respectfully for the grieved mother and father of the little child and we know that one thought comforts them that God has guided her Into a happier home than earth can give If Little Stella Was only six years old andbad been going to school a short timc when abe was taken with that la- tsl1plsense diphtheria After lingering uh01t time surrendered itself Into the ol4nrme of deatt and went on Its was rejoicing with the angels A Scuoor MATlt Ho Learned a Groat Truth It Is said of John Wesley that he Whydoover and over again John Wes teYI because once telling Is not noughIf It Is for this same reason thatyon are told again and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures oldsand grip that It counteracts my tendency of these diseases to re suit In pneumonia and that It Is pleasant and safe tq take For sale byj HWilliama m Notorious Crlmfna- iiSeden there Is a man 1madr- oefdahl wh Is said to be In oqr re tpect the most notorious crmina qn record He has been charged ijh- io les than f07 dlflerent crimes Le began his career as a forger and iidnottop until he had forged J 19- Iocuments Then he decided to make noziey by setting houses on fire and tl had burned seven dwellings before 01 was caught Most of the docu Dents which he forged were receipts or salaries of railroad employs And mr every house whIch he burned he- btained the full value from an Insur rune company It Is estimated that If the all pen ilty or the law were tobe Imposed for scbofflens LoeCdah1would have to tpend several centuries In prison Robbed The Grave byIohnows I ws In aD awful condItion uy skin was almost Ydlow eyes unken tongue coated pain contin- uillyin back and sides no sppitite crowing weaker day by day Three Thepro my great joy the first bottle wade decided Improvement I continued heir use for three weeks and am now well luau I know they robbed the rave of another vIctim No oue horrId fail to try them 001Y5 ents guaranteed at Z Wayne Gut in Bro drug store m PunIshing Wife D8erters The wile deserter Is to be punbhJ- everdy In Ilinois Any man who hall desert his wIfe u children Je j- bat state guilty of a mbdcmc3nor- lunlahnbll yJhe lentcl1ce to tile IOUSCo1 corectiou vicre the vdsqn r shall be put to work The City Treasurer s nll pay to the descrt wife 150 for each day the husban is confined No man who abandon his wife i r children shall he ucell from then provIsions unless he pro videa 1s or mor each week lor tad of his children lie mUlit furulsi bond to guarantee payment Th- llIrghltmte shall determine the exc amount he Is to pay weekly Thecrime of fAmily desertion Is grave offence against society I- aerita the severest treatment at th- lhandof the State The mere pun- Ishment of the offender Is not suill dent He must be made to suppor hIs wife and offsprIng WorthIes men would In the presence olsqch I law rigidly enfrreed hesitate tl take on the obligations ormatmony- Consciencelesi men aireajuiane would hesitate to desert wives anI babesThe taitor to family duties Is a Ioi- of the tate lIe Is heartless and inhuman a rtby the State must bi made toundrstsnd his responsibilities And dischArge his duties Tli law can be toosevere either In enact snent or enforcement dealing wIU recalcitrant husbandstouiavlile Herald Who Killed Goebel Henry Youtsey who testified In tht Caleb rowers cases on the other daJ admitted that he had lied to the Goe bole and Torn Campbell before his arrest that he had lied to the newBp per men both before and after blll arrest because CAmpbell Geoble ani the nawOpaer men wcre hounding that h had sworn to an ailldavl which announced that he knew noth lug connecting Powers with the case which he ifterwards swore was a lit that he feigned a fit In the court roou to keep from testifying to gain syw- patby and to mislead the posecuttnn and he swore on the stand in the tria now on that his sworn statementl made n the previous trials Inw1llcl the prisoners lives were at stake were lies and deliberately intendet to be o Youtsey hRS also testlfiec that he organized several plans tc murder Goebel and tried to get varl oua persons to do the deed We hav always had Rn idea that II lIenr Yotsey as nDged the man wlu shot Goebel would be punished fo the crime Dont be foaled In trading a sub stance for a shadow Any subtltuho- fJere l as just all good as many 0 the wlIknown and popular remedies ThercIare CUtes behind claims wade for th wellokpwn remell1u which no jusl as good medicines cnn show Thejnan who will trade on the reputation oj another and offer you I substitute for some well known brand of load or medicine Is no better that the swindler who offers you a goldbrick Ten chances to one his ows article La about lIa cheap AS the brick A Curo Fc r Dyspopsla I had DyspepsIa In Its worst form and felt miserable mQst aU the time Did not etjloy eating until after J used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which hag completely cured meMrs W npprtltelossache constipation bad breath SOur risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of KOdQ1 Kool repr- 8ents the natural Juices of digestion combined with the greatest known propertiesItstomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros m The DemocratIc party Is a x6 to x party In the sense that there sixteen reasons why It should JO oR and die to where there Is one that It should continue to live Billy Bryans Commoner says that agenutne Democratic platform needs- no diagram and explanatory footnotes Well we should reckon not Neither does n pole cat 1Aeighteen kinds of a fool In one day s bound to at tract some attentIon That accounts lot the free advertising Toni Johnson Is getting lie Knew His Business Beholdl whispered the splrltua- lItlc medium It Is the spirit ofyour dead wife The man Bat still and aRid nothIng Dont you understand Wh1s- peled the mediumagainIt Is your dead wife Why dont you speak to her Oh Jiell1o the flpenkln If Its hr She always told me I ntuit neVe er spcac till I was bpoken to Constipation And all symptoms and Results of IndigestionA- bsiiuIalp rsvd II lbs usa of 001C RlSTfDf GERMAN LIVER P1UEI Aloa 5esaedItbwyfl0t YOU oldorpdolCicKvEUstipatioo al1 UI4rUon was pnnl eI 1poo to Ill Gennao Liver toadJrbetter at coci l wIth pIu M irack- CII W5 SUPrilld to lid hfn11 d 11 this DlOIt 4IU4LS 11 bodUy CUI I Dow I man and I oat ue D uedtcisa trlalrJ1stove p ws UI the SIOZIIII II IDthOIIZtd to- CIIUDS your moser run AMERICAN PARA CALCO nanlIaa 1 1 I ro Cure Cold in One Day gs t- Tak Jip Laxative r m Ouini eT o evcrit S cm i 12ra s sisriatuttJd x j H 1 04 a r I CAS10W1 tf t t r For Inlsuts and Ohlldlon The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- esigntureY I t I of r3 In- USB i- I For OfAr Thirty Yrs CASTORiA tceTIue C5fLJUIU itCor II I ppppppppppppppp Ilees Machine WorksI IOWENSBORO KY = 1 DWe nro agents fur the CIIANDLERrAYLOR 41at HeadqUarters for nIl kinds of mill supplies Wu make n specialty of HAMMERING SAWS VoCI carry in stock Beltillg Hose Pmicking of all kinds Ci S1iaftingHaiisand Pulleys Pics nnd Fittings I I 3jofall kinds Vilivcs falI kffids- Wo can supply your ValltS on short notice ylWrito us for pHcs or inquire from Mattingly Irweddell nt Hartford Rcsp- yi Lees Machine Works =i 3OWENSBOROKY 344t4I4iD4444444RH I and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is UIO remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheerfully refunded I Ask you Druggist 25c 50cII ARGON OIL COI 130 West Main St Louisville Ky I + It u 5R- ASONS I WHY You should take a- Cous at th JI Massey Business Co11ee I LOUISVILLE KY I It Is the leading Commerclal5choolln Kentucky 2 Its courses ot study are thorough andsystematic 3 gteDtomonth immediately upon graduatIon 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louiiville 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tultlonpald to us II the pupil II not thoroughly satisfied r- iWr1t lor Elegant Catalogu and Special Djscagzpoil 1 oro t otIIttt5 40= = = C = c = = VTaRMS vEWliFuE r1I0Ilin Utr nolla aalll7 For 2QYsars Has Lid all Worm 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