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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r pr r VI th l S I i J l 6CJ t l H 1LcpnbUtt Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TILE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearTOR = VOLXX HA11TFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 lTn 1 K OOOiit ERICAN TOBACCO TRUST Rum Qred That Their Asses iflent this yearis 30ooo Tbe Gangs Malicious Charge Against Wilson Fade Into In significance in Comparison The efforts of n few small D cralic stump speakers to alienate the vote of the tobacco growers front Mr Wlllsonbecause he once represented the trust in a suit against a railroad Co has fallen flat just as It should h However it has served to bring the fact that Mr Hager the Democratic candidate for Gove rnorl while acting as campaign chairman received the sum of 15000 from the American Tobacco Co not as a lawyers fee but a gift pure and s- ik This is not a Republican malIt was brought out by the themselves in a Senate investigation How any farmera grower of tobacco a member of the A S of E can vote for this man with this charge unde nied is more than we can compre publishedj an asyslylERS- It is heralded over this con that Gov Beckham is the best friendI we ever had We admit that not oppose the Capllgl appropriation but it any one of the many things said about his administration in regard to contributions received rather tribute exacted from mbllc con tractors be truethehe favored the aiunoiiriaiion m urder to have another largo contractor who couldlf he felt disposed to contribute to his cntnpalgnRBut let us look at the Governors record as a friend of the farmer It was shown by an inves tigation of the Senate that the great Ii Tobacco Trustcalled American Tobac co Co contributed fifteen thousand 15000 dollars to Gov eBcklmms campaign expqnses We do not know whether they thought they had uprom dldbut it is plain that the only law that was ever on the Statute books that favored the tobacco grower the Mc Cain law was repealed by one of the l Governors legislatures Strange that in all his speeches the Governor has never once referrd to his position on that law or on the Tobacco Trust a subject that is alive just now The farmers and tobacco growers should remember this contribution and the v repeal of the law that followed wi they are reminded of the many things the Governor has done It has been proven not only by Dem ocrat papers but by live Democrats namely Urey Woodson and Senator Cantrill that the Democrats received a contribution of 15000 from the tobac co trust in 1903 It seems that there is no less an authority than the Demo cratic national committeeman of Ken ccrccors nt trust and was received by the Demo cratic campaign committee The state ments by the national coninillteeinan were made to Collector E T FranksS x of Ownesboro concerning which Franks has given the following h nEAbout one year ago said MrP Franks iNvas in the Owensbor- oIIesisenger office talking to Mr Woodson about the campalg between Beckham and McCreary when Mr Woods onAnasked mo why it was that the Rethepublican speakers had never chargedn i Mr Beckham and Mr Hager with havfc ing received a contribution from 1 American Tobacco company in campaign of 1903 I said to him that I didnt know that they had received such a Contribution Mr Woods said there was no doubt about theterly Democratic campaign committees reBI celving 15000 from the American Tore bacco company to be used for Beck to I ham and Hager in that campaign and fi Mr Woodson gave me the name of the i gentleman who went to New York and 1 received the money from the jukes Hi The name mentioned by Mr Woodson as that gentleman as having received a L the money will also be on the offi cial ballot under the rooster to voted for on the 5th day of November There was also present another Democrat who holds an official post the I 4 tim at Frankfort and is now draw Ingyila pay from the state treasury b and who ver1f ed each and every state= wa- mentJiladeb1KrWQQd ln but vh- w oltol f mime I do not care to mention at prea ent glvoIcalled upon to mention his name in connection therewith until I rend an i editorial in the Owensboro Messenger Wednesday commenting on Senator DEImohas contributed the enormous sum of 30000yto Mr Hagers campaign Till is enough to open the eyes of rhos who are in a lifeand death struggl- ave c with the great enemy of the rebate- out I grower The puny charge against Mr Wlllson which now pales into Insig nificance was no doubt made as i often done to cover up their own plunge into the arms of the Anierican Tobacco Co PHENOMENAL GROWTH OF REDMENSNIP INKY 2230 Palefaces Captured and Adopted During the list Moonsread Only four months have passed since Great Sachem Robert Lee Page as sumed the stump but during that time there has been a great increase in membership and much interest dls played in Redmanship throughout the gtP it Reservation of Kentucky Dur lug the past four moons twentyeight tribes have been instituted and t1i membership has been Increased by l adoption of 2230 palefaces Such record has never been equaled aC the membership of the Improved tier ofNRed Men aro to be congra luted upon the growui of the order in t ug reservation Tho inept tribe although not seven mouths old mis a total membership blxiySifetit Betore the Great Chic assemble at Frankfort next Flower Moon tho combined membership of the order In the State will exceed fi f teen thousand The activity that brIng fahoa by the organization new tribes and the rapid Increase mcmoersnip should make the Red Men ono of the largest irateionl or dtts In tho State Several tribes are now being oianized and will bo In Sltued soon and many more will be organized within the next few moons NANTUCKET 4 inGirls Club Entertainedp The Arrah Wanna Club was given the a most delightful entertainment Tues day evening October 22 by Misses for Casslo and Tiettie Riley the The parlors were very artistically of decorated with autumn leaves Eight games of progressive flinch were played Miss Kate Thomas carrying ort tho honors after which delightful to refreshments were served The guests of honor were Mrs R R RUeYat Wallace Riley Mrs Ernest El ed lii Misses Tiny Yelser Mary Smith by Ruby Davis and Florence Jones TI Lontho Nora Bennett Debbie Tay On 1 S Zefux Render Lllilo Burton Annie St tton Kate Thomas and 3Ia ance Keown New Rural Route A order has just been Issued by and PostOffice Department extending the delivery service from the Hart was postoffice to commence on Deth Routtho you as Beginning at the postoffice thence that northwesterly to city lmltsnorthwes bore couldto Barnett corner westerly to corner west to Nocreek as to Bennett corner northerly Boda northwesterly to Alt Carm lcou church easterly and to oceWallersoutherly to Deda southeasterly to clt ACarrierm and return at 1 p mstatW beNotice lags macthe16th day of November 1907 at10o oclock a m A meeting was to have een held last Saturdays but a quorum QQQ s not present J DBURCHLlvChairman small I t aoy 1 IYou Stand Fbr This Mr Voter IICan 1C Smith a leading member of the American tobacco trust says It gave 15000 to the Democrat prunlile of this fact W Hager Democratic ofe rmers qCharles Dehler of the beer trust gave Mr Hagen personally 3500 as a contribution to IIfund This Mr Hager has been forced In the face of this fact StiVf thecampnignI candidate for Governor professes to be the temperance people thefunds tor Hagar the peculations covering a long period Mr reappointedCounty hisdepartmentil In the face of these facts Sr W Hager State Auditor I and Democratic candidate for Governor has the ef I highestoffice I ffs ARMYa iNVASION1I Still Active in Daviess Ohio Countiesfs Buyers Falling Over Themselves lstoQuit Buying toe Weedof The Equity army of peaceful in vaslon rendezvoused lug Owensboro Monday night having come in from scout along the border line between Davless and Ohio and McLuajn tort tics The army seems to lft dwindled some since its cam in nod around Owensboro in early days of last weep but tho soldiers arc still numerous enoug the purposes of the leaders and campaign to secure the pooling tobacco Is being vigorously h edIA meeting was held in the cite court room This meeting was call order by L N Robertson State organizer and general of the army 730 oclock and was not adjourn I until after 11 oclock On the stn the side of the chairman was Jn preaclente of Green River district association the other side of tho chairman w B Leenatlonal secretary of the To bacco Growers association of the A of E A number of other promlt ntfenr1 I Tho meeting was strictly privatet sentinel was on guard at the door when a man not a member of organization offered to enter as the case several times during evening he was asked Have the pass word Upon his re lying that ho had not ho was told the meeting was only for meDll of the society and that others not bo admitted Tho Law tdho N evening in session in the county room and men passing in ind r- loutoC this meetingsiurnlshed the slon for nonmembers of the A E to offer to enter the Equity meeting the close of the meeting the of men declined to make any concerning the proceed of the evening It is known however that arrangements were I e for continuing the n prevent the placing on the tobacco of the 1907 crop marketI Calhoon Ky Oct 29An Eulty men will be mobilized at tomorrow morning A bodyof men rode into McLean I = v county from Davless this morn fire andspoiltreWheno i orrow morning a general and sev en captains will be chostlltIt is supposed that thin army willstate solotobacco of IcentlrIt bwlJmen from the field but nothing hUH been willit10 A buyer for Welt Bros of II soot arrived ttposeco He was mat by a delegation and ortold to novo on StaOw OhutcIJIcLean Hopkins and Ohio taunt Is expected in Oweusboro tomorrow of but the object of cchthe canvass of the county to secure pledges from the Daviess county gr withIAmerlcut the evitsadwho refused to join the society was who disposed of their crops to tho BIIdfreofor tho purpose of saIInsarmed guards around their barns to prevent tho carrying out of site threats to destroy their n ndsought gothattown tomorrow each wagon will accompanied by a detail of armedhaguards with a view of any attempt to prevent del1eryas crNoticeIn tho District court of the United he States for tho Western district of Ken pie jeiIwaIof McHcnry iu the cow ty otOhlo and District nforeslde bank State that Notice Is hereby given that on tho ed 2Cth day of October A D 1907 the other theIbnnkruptcreditors will be held at tho law rlden theKentucky bretime andIforOctoberJ At DEANsass j Referee in Bankruptcy WhE TVE SEEN H- Al GER HILARIOUS Said Bennett H Young in Speech Last Saturday Condemned Goebel Election Law tbe Redistricting Act and Favors Closed Sundays After extensive advertising by not papers handbills and private late Democrat sRepublleansboys and ladles numbering about three hundred and fifty assembled at the courthouso here last Saturday to hear Bennett Younsr deliver his characteristic dress In the interest of the Demo critic State ticket The speaker was introduced by Captain S K Cox an alwaysbelmCaptCox In thOCotirse of his Introductory remarks said that Col Young was harmless and had been since laid aside his gun at the close of t war How true these words are in political way were proven when 3 Young had completed his address Referring to McCrearys defeat the Senatorshlp Mr Young said tl young Democrats simply buckl down and beat him but failed to anything about tho disgraceful meth used by these young Democrats said that there were fourteen rho and convicts in the State penitentiary and only two hundred of them were Democrats The clear Inference bet that there are no more Democrats In the penitentiaries because they x ha been turned out by Mr Beckham on such recommtndailons as he is a good Democrat and should bo par donid Ho referred to Mr Wlllsons the American Tobacco in a small suit denouncing the company as crud wanton ii as Hell itself but he failed to that this same cruel moan ere t tare contributed 15000 tot ho last mocrat Campaign Fund ie took Mr Wilson severely to task the latter litIL recent speech told shout Mr Hager carrying a boi tie of whiskey in his grip as he traveled over the State making eh mnuerlnion to it Tho speaker said he had never 1t ken a drink with Mr Hug r seen him tako one though 11 had him considerably hilarous Th was a revelation to the people in io count for they had been lead believe that Mr lInger was a total Yout1sti es tho temperance pcople of this He said It was true that an inmate of the Lexington Insane Asy him was recently murdered by till at owtendanfs there but said such things naturally happened In tho course of He said the first time he ever John G Carlisle was when he governor of Kentucky and that 1nitratherielyI f that he would refrain from speak i harsfhly of Mr Willsou tho Republican f nominee for governor because his six year old daughter be him to do so as she bade him to start for Hartford Ho t pramisbe0 I delivered a much better Demo speech by assailing Mr Willson other Democratic Campaign speak have done referring to the Republican party said that the masses of the peo who constitute the party may bo as as we The Democrats but I never been able to see It that Said Republican papers through tho country were full of lies about Kentuckys being tho worst governed I in the union but failed to state these lies were likewise publish IIsIn tho CourierJournal and the leading Democratic papers otl Slate and country He said that Republicans lived in the feud districts of tho mountains where were taught from childhood to their fellowmen and In the next said that he was for Hager governor because ho was born reared to manhood in the moun He said that Henry Bosworth I a game man and he was for him IAuditor because he arrested Caleb Iat Lexington on charge of as Iinating Goebel but failed to state- n 1 Mr Bosworth made the arrest a v LV he willfully tumid without cause clubbed Powers to insensibility Hu said that aJ ttest ship he called a moumniner who had liarIS exhorbi tant rate of taxation the speaker said that ho did not begrudge his taxes which he stated amounted to 400 each foritlittleHe offered Mr Willson the same gratutous Insult that Mr Hager and spoilrsstating that If Mr Wlllson wns dls pleased with the present adinlnistra lion of Kentuckys governmental af StatedThe speaker told many funny stories which were all interesting and most of which brought fourth rounds of applauseHe his hour and thirty inin utes address by condemning the Goe bel election law and the recent re Demohe SunIrthetaror altodUI thisodhelpedusdred to two hundred votes by his coming- S teAdelphians to Entertain The Adelphian Literary Society of Hartford will give an open session at fire college troll Friday night No w programillcome and bring your friends The prod grain is as follows Music Fields and Schroutur Welcome Address President Recital Ion Doveri Mook y Music Miss Ara Gardner Dubait Rwolvtd Phut migration ds n dotrinieiii m the United States Afflrinaivc Otto Marl in Roy Iluav rln Negative Roy C Bonnott M Conner Ford Pearl Thomas anti IluslclIMMts Music Fields anti Schroeier Dialogue Knymor W Tliwley anti J NVy Fosters Vocal Solo Miss Mettle Riley Quiet SIOl1S and anawtneltoherl ITnli iiunmi and Andrew Glenn Papti Frank Foivnwn lam Most lay Leslie Shultz and AlUaou Bur nett Quartette My Old Kentucky Homo Rayiner Tlnsley Ney Foster Mar tin Thumps and Otto Martin Music Fields timid SclmMcr Address Prof L N Gray Autumn Winds Guard your complexion against the weather wear of this season Roughand reddened complexions need a good toilet cream as An antidote We know that CREAM OF ALMONDS just the thing and we recom it strongly as we know its formula It is a delicate cleanser and beautifier pure wholesome and free from grease If it fails to please you bring back the empty bottle andwe will return your money Per bottle 35c 1 James H Williams 1 The Store aF r i 1 EXGOVERNOR AND GALLANT CON nif FEDERATE SOLDIER 6EN DUCKNER t t 2 3 Responds to Chairman Hines + WI Plea for His Vote x And Fearfully Arraigns the Democratic Machine for Its Misdeeds In answer to a letter from Iliues clialrman of the Democratic Campaign Committee appealing to him as a Confederate vetran to vote for the Democratic ticket former Gover nor Simon Bolivar Buckner discusses the Issues of the campaign at length nnd In u stately dignified presentation of conditions brings a terrible indiui iiient against the Demacratlc machine He tops this In explaining Some of the reasons which Impel his action in casting Ms vote for the overthrow ol a machine which has strangled the Democratic party and whoso constant violation of law and justice are spread lug a contagion of lawlessness to the remotest limits of our fall Common wealihGln Lll Hart CoKyOct231907 Tine lion Henry B Hines Chairman Democratic State Campaign Committee Louisville Ky Dear Sir I have the honor to ac knowh doe the receipe of your letter of the Itlih lust in which you appeal to ale as a Confederate soldier to rally I to tin support of tho candidates of tho Door crlj in a contest with tho com mon enemy the Republican party Let mi thank you for the kindly interest you take that I shall properly cast my vote and for the two printed l circulars you Inclose to enlighten my judgment OtH of them purports to be a com parison between the records of the two partite In their administration of the government of this Commonwealth I hay enied it with care and if I may bi MTinltted to say so It seems to mr wore remarkable for tho sup presffoi r important facts than for nn tini utHl declaration of tho whole truth If you wish me to view It as the spoclnl plea of an advocate to ex aawvm lis client by making thowork nplwr n better reason 1 must concede ihpt it is a circular of some In genuity Nut if you wish me to con silkI i a fair and Impartial ex position of the matters discussed I- tm faro II to the conclusion that It Is ontVi little consideration 1 do i HOi stud my judgment at all enlighten Od by such a pleuIrl I r circular Is the expression of an InUlUgcnt gentleman based up on thp oprlons of a dozen or more most tclnt cltzena ai to how the Mjorhy of exConfederate soldiers vrlN eat heir votes in the coming ok lion How you should expect that this rxpmslon of opinion shall con trol ti vote of any man I am at a loiia to conceive The Kentucky Con fort1 T soldiers as a body possess OK p u Individuality of character and nt tin nvii ucy of the Civil War1 though for themselves formed their i own conclusions and acted as duty prompHd them and no butter or truer pnUien fvor marched under a banner Wli TI i IK cause they had espoused had failed uud they resumed their al legUncft to it restored government his toy has snnvii thai no better citizen over fret within our boundaries I tmuim thn these citizens will act In the future aa they have done In the past ntid will follow their convic tion f f ilic duty and I do not 1WQlYsc o be an exception to this rule But n lter of the circulars which you Bend mo throws any light upon issues in this political thel There is no question of national cy Involved It is purely a contest wilhin Hi State between two classes oL f liiii the one composed of- dtIOUl vVo have been associated In political belief with different political parting but contending now for the r lireaurvuiun of our republican Instituj tionn she other chiefly of citizens who lMT voture nffllated with Democratic puny but have now IlbanI doned ls principles and are lag practices which treaten tho very exihience of our republic Their organization is suggestive oft r one wi was formed in medieval rtimes t company of pious men I k t styling themselves The Holy Pil T grime began their wanderings- I I through the world to impress the be nighted miiulB of others with a sense t ol right justice and virtue and to preach tr doctrine of peace and good- Will r to till loon Butt tiller pursuing this purpose for a time it occured to a number ofi S tl them that their personal alms would t I be better attained by an entire change Ic of their purposes They accordingly remodeled their t platform of principles but retaining t their former name these Holy Pilgrim pursued their wanderings relieved the purseavI the it jounioyiigs and appropriated toI r alr1 SennKtlW their own use all the valuables that fell in their way Those of the orginal band who re fused to follow this new avocation were of course stigmatized as deserters renegades and traitors un worthy to march under the immacu late banner of Holy Pilgrims I In like manner tho Democratic party in Kentucky maintained for ndiriIiI a century the rights of the l proclaimed equal rights to all exclusive privileges to none a ballot free judicic ary free from partisan bias a rigid enforcement of the laws the strictest integrity in officials and the prac osf i the community as the only true basis of partrlollsm In our republic Bu sonic ambitious men in the party seek- Ing to promote their personal ends have succeeded in remodeling this creed They met in Frankfort an proceeded to enact an election law s partial in ts action that it robbed the people of all rlgh to fair suffrage This act of injustice was followed as natural sequence by the frauds of th Music Hall convention where the vole of a large majority was stifled by Intimidation and every form of Iniquity There the Democratic party wa overthrown and a conscienceless ma chine warring upon every principl- of Democracy was reared upon its ru insThough It was exultantly proclaim oraI election law If any stealing was to be done It would not be done by the Republican party such was tho indi gnation of tho people that they overcame all the fraudulent votes which had been recorded against them and defeated the candidates of this ma chine by a decdled majority and the Democratic Election Commission whoso majority were men of honor and In tegrlty awarded thecertlficate t the men chosen by the people and they were duly Installed into office But the machine was not thus to be thwarted In its fraudulent purpose A contest was instituted The return Ing board was reorganized and these slaves of the ring recorded the will of their masters by unseating the officers chosen by the people and Installing a usurping minority in their places With equal subservience the leglsla live body which first organized the machine registered tho will of its crea ture by disfranchising without cause I more than onefourth the votes of the Suite in order to defeat the will oft he lclle and to give their action the Sfinbluuce of validity did not hesi- t le to antedau the time of their fraudulent action What has followed since Is a matter of history some of it of judicial his ory We have but to study tho deci sion of our highest court to find theme I hods pursued by this machine Tho right of the people to freely express their will in their choice of their officials Is denied Ballot boxes are I stuffed with imaginary names voting places are secretly removed contrary to law pending tho election criminals of every class are Imported as repea ters and are allowed during their stay to pursue their vocation of robery under the protection of time police Honest election officers are driven from tho polls peaceable citizens aro knocked down beaten and imprisoned for no other offense than of complain ing of wrongs and offending police men arc publicly commended for their violation of law and promoted for their crimes against society- If time stuffing of ballot boxes was inadequate It has been shown that theIhave been recorded as votes to slleno tho voices of living men who protes ted against these outrages An impar tial court could not fail to set aside InIn au thority to replace the discarded officers were true Democrats who did not fall to expose the scandals and corruptions of those who proceded them have enforced the laws against crime and have sought to bring the party back to its former standard of purity and partrlotlsm but tho machine has refused to support them in thei measures of reform and has thrust theta aside and substituted as their candidate for tho highest offices in the city a man who defies the author- Ity of the State and openly avows his purpose to refuse to execute a law which is obnoxious to him And this candidate appears to have the sup port of every candidate on the machine titiuo Uclw- tItn former times the Democratic y through Its chosen delegates was accustomed to meet from time to time in conventions to promulgate a platform of principles best calculated to 1u omote the public welfare to nam candldateo and committees best fitte to serve time people with fidelity and to Instruct them to put in practice fi 4 Ithe principles of the party But since the enthronement of your machine the people have been spared this trouble Now an oligarchy of office holders rotating in violation of the spirit of time Constitution from one of fico to another are accostomed to meet in secret conclave with chosen members of the machine virtually name the candidates and nppolnt commlltee whose duty it is to instruct theneo pIe to cast their votes for perpe fustian of the power of the ringtuu not for tho good of tho people I hope you will not consider me In any way personally offensive for I do youyhold an important which seems to be dominated by mem hers of this organization My crltlsn Is Intended only of the system which regards the choice of such an official as eminently prop r to bo placed at the head of the committee which Is to instruct the voters in their duty In this capacity you urge me as a Con thetcandidates on your ticket and against the common enemy the Republl can party canethe direct beneficiaries of some of the fraudulent election I have sketched some are seeking in violation of the rotateefrom office to office all of them as far as I can learn have aided and abetted the perpetration of the poli tical crimes which have brought dis destroyeds partyecommon chine as I have feebly described it should not be imputed to them as a crime but commended as a cardinal virtue And their assistance in an effort to overthrow an organization which under the banner of the Democratic party is warring against every principle of Democracy should be welcomed and applanded by every true Democrat and lover of his country For until this machine is overthrown there can be no hope of resuscitating the life of true Democracy As your letter Is an official com munication and in no sense confiden- fiat I may give it publicity In order that not only you but anyone else if there be such who may care to know my position may learn some of the reasons which impel my action In casting my vote for the overthrow of a machine which has strangled the Democratic party and whose constant vi lations of law and justice are spread lug a contagion of lawlessness to the remotest limits of our fair Common wealth In Imitation of the methods- of the machine a veritable Sicllllan Mafia has been organized In parts of the State Tho toll of thin farmer has been lost in tho destruction of his growing crops In the burning of his barns with their contents In the dyna mlting of his threshing machines Yet no serious attempts have been made by the authorities to suppress these outrages for officials chosen by fraud and violence lire Incapable of elforc Ing tho law against other offenders am sir very truly Your obt svl S B BUCKNEII My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward X Y- Ears Dr Kings New Discovery Is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of Incip- Ient consumption for my sons wife Tho first bottle ended the terrible otherwas perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds Is simply mravelous No other remedy has ever equaled It Fully guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 109 Trial bottle free m The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht country most dangerous because so decep covery five Many suddet deaths are caused bJ disease pneumonia hear failure or apopleX are resur of kidney disease II kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoleonec blood will attack vital organs or kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure U obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you Kilmerrgreat remedyIt to hold urine and scald- Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity oj being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon wonderCulSwampRoot is pleasant to lake and sold by all druggists n fiftycent and mayhavethis wonderful new die and a book that Itheart often the the onedollar tolls all about It both nome of SwampRoot tent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper rememberdSwampRoot and the address Binghamton IN YI on every bottle = ti atc I HALER TO DECLARE- r FOR OWEN TYLER Democratic Committe Planning His Appearance in Louisville- on Eye of Voting I I S Wellfounded rumor that comes from authoratlve Democratic sourhces de clares that a scheme is on foot to have Sew Hager candidate for Gov ernorcomes to Louisville the night before the election and make a speed advocating the election of Owen Ty lerAccording to the official list or speaking dates Mr Hager is booked to make an address in Ashland on the afternoon of that day but it is point ed out that he could get to the city the same night In time to appear at a final rally and make an address that would be relied upon as the lasthope of stumming the overwhelming Grinstead l tide If necessary to accomplish tills plan the Ashland date can be canceled The challenge that has been made to Hager to come to Louisville and repeat tho speechs that ho has made elsewhere in the State line been a source of worf to the Democratic campaign managers They dare not accept it and at the same time they are disturbed over the bad Im pression that has been created by the careful avoidance of this city on the part of Democratic leaders They fear the effect of Wlllsons frequent appearances here and are considering adopting this desperate expedient to meet the situation It is believed that he could safely Indorse Owen Tyler on the eve of the voting as It would not be possible for his apostacy from the temperance cause to become known to the country districts in time to affect the support that he Is counting upon from that element It is part of the plan to let Halters appearance be In the nature of a surprise the meeting being called with other speakers announced who will hold the platform until he comes 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls CatarrTi Cure knownIa a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testi monialsAddress F J Cheney Co To ledo 0- Sold by nil druggists 75c Take Holls FamllyPills for con stipation m Graft in a Small Way Fraud is common in spool thread The quality is good but the length of it difficult to determine and the shortage is attained bjvmaklng time wood cylinder larger For example large spools stamped as carrying COO yards have been measured and found to contain 350 yards or even less Bacon Is wrapped in six papers and all six arc weighed and sold to time customers as part of the avoirdupois Sausages are wrapped in oil paper the same way Weights are manipu lated by concealed balance The spring balance is the most easily han dled Ijy slipping the graduated brass face upward This form of scale is much used by peddlers who if they buy slip the face downward An au thority upon this subject says that ten per cent of the scales are fraudu lent throughout the whole country Doubtless it is to be believed but there Is a direct and immediate compensation Those who swindle in this cheap way are in turn swindled and the scales of Justice if not those of trade maintain their inexorable bal ance Dont Pay Alimony- To be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for It If you keeq your bowels regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guarantee by all drug gists 25c Try them m As to Brain Weight Dr Phillip OHanlon the Coroners physician and Prof John E Larkin of the College of Physicians and Sur geons have found in a postmortem examination of Daniel Ryan a watch man the lightest healthy human brain recorded the twentyfour ounces of Its substance which filled a cranium- of normal size being onehalf the usual weight Mr Ryan possessed at least average sense therefore Dr VHanlon infers that others factors besides brain weight Infulences intelligence Since the Miocene Age the size of a mans brain has not distinguished I I J j tOJ I THE KENTUCKY j i Light and PowerCo f INCORPORATED I YOUR HOUSE HT COST J iELECRW LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HO Eii OR BUSINESS HOUSE M BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN REACH INI M L HEAVRIN Manager I It + U + 01 + + ++ + 1 oft + + itLI i Ohio County Supply Co i fiJQcrpcrtcd lit 4Htirtford y lit fi U I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E 1 of Farming Implements I fi fitlittfi carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you 4buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and jo We handle only the best makes and can therefore jjj 43 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers 943 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue y ttfi49 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds i t of Field Sseds 9- d We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch bit 40 ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deerlng and Milwaukee jj 4i Harvesting Machineryb 94qbaCqa aor era o era a a a s Incorporated MANUFACTURES TILE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTSA- nd puts them In the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand ono 4fordBLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs J rwwtW W ft Mr his intellectual capacity from that of his fellows but during that period it must have made an enormous diffe ence In the eyes of science man be yethisger in proportion to body bulk than that of any other surviving member of the group theMioceneincreases among all the mammals in tItanothedlumthe proportionatelyoneeighth modern successor At tllla stage of increaseInthelargestbrainsBut quality and organization of structure continued after evolution in ofIsaaclJanlelRyans ovolutlonNowYorkn Terrors of the Skin In the aerial war of the near future man will be staggered not by the spectacle but by the slaughter For the spectator thero will be little to see beyond a number of faint linear j objects like whetstones silhouetted against time sky But each of theseIdrabcoroler objects is an airship which can easily carry from ten to fifty torpedoes welghirjg from 110 to 165 pounds The havoc wrought by a small fleet of Zeppelin airships would be frightful It could pursue the fast bottomsIamagedfromfive knots against a speed of nearly thirty knots possessed by its adversa 4110nscosting 60000 with a crow of three and Count Zepplins giant airship cost- Ing 125000 with a crew of six arc each capable of annihilating a bottle 4 1oftine q 4a y- a7 W ra w 1t 1 I 0 THINGS REQUIRES AT y NATIONAL CONVENTION JArmYQf Employes Needed to for the Delegates and Public r A Republican National Convention will shortly+ bo put ufc at auction It 4wont exactly be knocked down to tho bidder because other things than money will count but those oth er things being equal tho city that offers the most money wil likely get it prospective bidders include 4Chicago St Louis Kansas City Den ver cattle Pittsburg and Boston but others will be welcome No one has a cinch on the meeting as yet L Bidders will have to qualify by prov ing possession of the following things Hotel accoraodations for 2000 delegates 2000 or more officers and em ployes and from 10000 to 20000 visi torsFirstclass telegraph facilities A hundred thousand dollars or so inc sh If a city has these things only ono other Is necessary to secure tho con vention and that is a majority of vote in the Republican National Committee Mr Harry S New of Indiana is act anlllhasThat meeting will be n Washington early in DecemberI Collector of Customs W F Stone of Baltimore is SerpeantatArms of the Republican convention He held that position last time vhen Chicago was the meeting place and was un animously reelected Talking of th- E e 1904 convention this morning he told why the big facilities mentioned above are required There were 998 delegates at Chica go he said and 998 alternates There wero about 2000 employes There was an army of newspaper men and telephone and telegraph represen tatives to be accomodated Then there was the big public to be looked after r To the SergeantatArms Is given the task of preparing tho building for the convention and managing it during the convention It is his business to see that everything runs smoothly and to insure this ho makes all the ap pointments that are made with the ception of temporary and permanent Chairman chaplains tho Secretary of the convention and his assistants The size of my staff at Chicago will give an idea of the magnitude of the work I had 1000 Assistant Ser geantatArms 250 doorkeepers 400 messengers and 250 ushers There were seven Chief Deputies who were j obliged to be In Chicago with mo for three weeks before tho convention 1 was there more than five we ksnd in all I had about 200 appointmentsI These deputies were and their railroad transportation The doorkeepers were paid 5 a day for four days the convention being In session three days Then there was a clerical force of twentyfive men whowere paind for their services The SergeantatArms himself is paid his actual expense and nothing more I had a suite of rooms at tho Auditorium Annex and was paid my transportation but no salary for serv icesWhen the Coliseum building was turned over to me it was little more than four walls and a ceiling It had just been used for a Horse Show To provide ample entrances and exits I had two new doorways cut in the building and leased a block of ground in tho rear in order to get an en trance on Michigan avenue Along this we built a driveway and two walks for pedestrians and covered the whole thing to provide for bad weather fA In addition wo had to build a music gallery and reception and retiring rooms for ladles It was hard workJ but when it was all over the conven tion save me a rising vote of thanks Chicago guaranteed 75000 for the convention and the actual expenses I understand were about 69000 When tho National Committe meets in December it will hear arguments from representatives of the various cities which want the big meeting and find out what each has to offer Then it will go into executive session and decide the matter Baltimore News- DeWitts n Carbolized Witch Hazel- S Salvo penetrates the pores throughly cleansesand is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by all druggists Good for piles Sold by all drug gistsmShe Was Exact It was at a Southern Indiana Chau tauqua where children over six and under twelve were expected to pay It half of the full admission rate Tho lady with the wellgrown child made her appearance at the trustile i and presented one ticket v Wheres tho ticket for the child asked tho gatekeeper who could tell at a glance that 110 child was at least six Ive never had to pay before for herI didnt pay last year said the s mother Well you know shes a year older or The Story ora Medicine Its name Golden Medical Discovery was suggested by ono of Its most Im-portI and valuable ingredients Goldci Seal root- Nearly forty years ago Dr Pierce discovered ho could by tho uso of pure trlplorefincd glycerine aided by a car maintainheatappliances designed for that purpose extract from our most valuablo natlvoina dlclnal their curative proportion much better than by tho use worldntho cure of weak stomach indigestion 01 askindredit ever sin o has n without u o ingredIentswill show that It Is tnaofl from the mos valuable medicinal roomfound growing In our American foresnv t I radiant havo repniv vi rsunmen rom d ngjp e Tt jannn iiractjii a n orsomnobeen of freeany01 W abqFromvo m standard medical books 6f all the differ fouqthaten Medical Dlseovorq aro advised not mentioneddiseasestarrhal bronchial and throat affections accompitlncd with catarrhal dischargea hoarseness sore throat lingering or wastisltIn consumption Tako Dr PIcrcos Dls UQIIwillIcn h M now than WQ was last year said thu gatekeeper gently But shes just six today insist ed the woman The rules say that only those un der six can be admitted free contin ued the gateman The woman stood still and looked confused for a few minutes And with a vivid blush she said But she aint six till this after noon The child was admitted MAKE THIS YOURSELF CantBe Made Happy Again Tells How any one Can Prepare Simple HomeMade Mixture to Overcome Rheumatism- I 11eroj auI large Eastern dally paper will be highly appreciated by those who suf fer Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandeloin ono ounce Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that thero are few vic tims of this dread and torturous dis ease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent euro is the result This simple receipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatish but numerous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys aro not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble what ever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and maysave yon from much misery and suffering after whileOur homo druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask then The Postmaster of Gasconade Mo Daniel A Bugli says of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills I am doing so well and improving so fast in health that I cannot say too much for your Kidney Bladder Pills I feel like a new man Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by all druggirsts m BOY PRODlfiY OF THE AERJL REGION Cromwell Dixon 15 Years Old SkyIBicYCle I Of all the thousands of St Louis inhabitants who will see Cromwell DIxon tho youngest aeronaut In the world ride a sky bicycle his own in vention in the international balloon race here begiulng October 21uone except possibly his mother will watch him with greater anxiety and fonder1 hopes for his success than Miss Stella Utt a pretty young woman residing at 1602 South Compton aveuus whoseI I guest he will be during the three days l event Young Dixon is fifteen years old and lives with his widowed mother a wealthy woman of Columbus O The boys announcement that he would en ter the dirigible baloon contest here and attempt to wrest tho aeronautic honors from tho worlds best air navi gators and baloon scientists has caused a sensation in his own city and has aroused considerable specula tion in St Louis over the boy prodigy of the air f The boys greatest inspiration in the last three years during which he worked on his invention was his mother Keep it up my boy I know you are on the right trick were the words of reassurance from her Not only her encouragement but thousand of dollars of her fortune were given to tho boy inventor as he worked away on his plans and tests for a soaring bicycle The covering of his first bal loon made out of 150 yards of while Japanese silk was constructed by Mrs Dlxon herself To no other hands would she Intrust the delicate buoy upon which depended the life of her son Every stitch was worked by the mother and with it went her hopes and prayers for his safety and suc cess To this apparatus which was thir tytwo feet long and fifteen wide the boy attached his old bicycle minus its wheels and the queer contrivance was inflated in secret No one knew of the boys soaring ambitions or their successful realization until ho climbed aboard the seat of the bicycle pedaled for his life and rose gracefully in the air over the driving park at Colum bus The city gasped and started at theI spectacle of an oddlooking airship manipulated by a mlto of a boy who turned twisted dived and rose at will last May DIxon Is a little lain in short trousers and weighs ninetytwo pounds He was born in Columbus and was graduated from a grammar school there He is ambitious to perfect his education and intends to devote his time during the evening in the winter I to study- I From almost babyhood up the boy saysIand witnessed the first ascension madeI by her young friend She has ridden for a short flight in one of his airships and says the experience was a thriller The race beginning on October 27 is to be tho second longdistance flight for the International Aeronaut CupI won by Lieut Frank P Lahm of the I Aero Club of America in the first in ternational race from Paris last year All international contests are conducted under the direction of the Interna tional Federation and In accordance with rules governing the cup races St Louis Dispatch to the New York HeraldThere is nothing better for stomach troubles than Kodil which contain the same juices found in a healthy stomac Kodol is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief of heart burns flatulence sourstomach belching of gas nausea and all stomach troubles So at times when you dont feel just right when you are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition and you are cross and Irritable take a little Kodol It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by all druggists in The Real Meaning of Thanks giving Thanksgiving is of little value if our expressions of gratintude have no ef fect upon our own conduct Appreci ation of blessings is shown by acts rather than by words If we regard citizenship as a priceless inheritance we should resolve to transmit it not only unimpaired but improved to the next generation if our educational Ooo A New Orleans woman was thin 0Because she did not extract sufficient jr xnourishment from her food = She took Scott oS Emicfoion Result She gaineda pound a day in weightA- LL DRUGGISTS t SOc AND 100 0OOOOOOOOOtGOOtQtMaQlcQItea oo I J t k c r y c t system has been a boon to us It should be extended and amplified for tho benefit of posterity if the re sources of our country have a value beyond computation it behooves us to see to it that tho bounties which the Creator intended for all shall not be monopolized by the cunning the craft und the avarice of a few if our government gives to life liberty and prosperity greater protection than any other government grants we can not excuse ourselves if we taU to pre serve it in all its purity for our children and our childrens children If In our religion wo find a consola tion a lifeplan rind a moral uplift wo can not but earnestly desireand embody the desire in deedsthat these shall be shared by those about us and by those also who tho separated froi us by seas are bound to us by that primal ties that liks each human be ing to every other From Why wo ought to be thankful by William Jen nings Bryan in the circle for Novem ber e p You cant be well it you have u weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by somo little irregularity in eating you have caused the stomach to get out of or der These little stomach troubles are signs of Indigestion which may and very often does turn Into a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow this to go on a single day without doing something to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe digestant like Kodol For Dyspepsia Kodol is the best remedy known today for heart burn belching and all trouble arising from a disordered digestion It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold by all druggists m lOTO TREAT WEDDING INVITATIONS Just What Attentions Are Ex p cted of the Re cipients Wedding cards come thick and fast in the autumn and etiquette govern ing their kuowledgment is so precise that there should be no excuse in making an error- Invitations to a church service un less the ceremony is to be a small one require no answers when received but under no circumstances except that of mourning should a call upon time parents be omitted within a fort night after the wedding Call upon the parents supposing that tho invitations were issued in tHeir names say the New York Evening Telegram If for any reason others such as guard inns or relatives send out the Invitations the visit should be made to them The point Is that whoever was so courteous as to send the in vitations should receive the return po litenessa call If a widower issues the wedding invitations a woman receiving one posts her card with that of her husbands as an acknowledgmei to the sen er- Reception cards require no previous acknowledgement but are treated like any other invitation A visiting card is left by those who aro present at such an affair and those who are unable to go post cards to be received on the date of the function Of course it one is bidden to the breakfast or tho number of invitations to tho house is small these are acknowledged as soon as received In this case however such requests are usually written by the bride or her parents and are quite informal so that the answer is a note written in the same style Whenever the engraved invitations bear the letters R S V P an an swer must be made at once When theis cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the will known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on tho bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists m a Race Suicide in the Middle Class The sociologists lay the charge of taco suicide at the doors of the multi millionaires write Anna Steese Rich ardson in an article on The Influences of the Business Woman on Home Life in the November Womans Home Companion Why do they not investigate the family conditions in the great middle class from which are drawn our most successful women Here they will find tho great source of danger to tho promulgation of the human race Today it is the young women and the mature women of the mid dle class who are turning their backs on the home wherein lies Americans hope of future greatness And for what To exchange the dlrthright of womanhood wifehood and mother hood for the mess of pottage known as a business career Therein lies the nations greatest menace race sui cide OAeTOabars the Ito Kind You Have Always Bought wgaaturs I01 I otT 1 l 1 IThe Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which lifts boca in use for ocr 30 years has borno the signature of and has been nitulo under his cxv 9A1lownoonetodocelveyouitttltis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc hut Experiments that triflo with mill endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil tarngorlc Drops uud Soothing Syrupy It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphlno nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms I and allays Feverishncss It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulate the sleepThoCENUIHE CASTORAllwsBears the Signature of r e The Blilil You Have Always Bought En Use For Over 30 Years THC CCttTMIB COY 7T MURRAY STRICT NEW YORK CITY i EKEHIXSBSStnEE i tT tHl RJ 1jir u OUR CLUBBING RATESl THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135T-IE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 175lfUETIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnq urer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger llb TIE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TIm REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE RKITHLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 Address all orders to REPUBLICAI rCapital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 daytoComo in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grltfin N fio= TILLERS OF THE SOIL Ii IWill Make no Mistake Visltlngthe Reliable i iflandWell Known Firm of j = WILLIAMS 6e MILLER U 4 U ifl For anything they need on the farm They 9r fj handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc bit Jj Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and 6J j walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and ty J buggies for young folks and old folks = ii In Additionb= We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county = l4 fitted with the latest improved machinery andap fc Jj plianees and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other t 42 shops cannot do at all Everything at very mocler jj J ate prices p itIv W I r nua + b A rat C r Tt Mr t f- w r f HkVtford Republican IHU eiJ by the Ilarttonl 1nblUbIng Company F inrcoaroh ED K 4 1 CM UtNETTwoil 0 Sc C K J + to TIi0ITE8i1 and 30 tCIJi +1Ver2ar I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 J a 1 Examlno tho Inbolon your paper K Il Ills not correct notify us fREPUBLI TICKET J For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON i of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor- W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County For Auditor f FRANK P JAMES I Of Mercer County r For Stato Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction J G CRABBE Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture- M J RANKJN Of Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS Of Pulaski county For State Senator- J W WRIGHT Of Muhlonlmrg County For Representative- DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct For Jailer- WILLIAM FLENER- Of East Beaver Dam Precinct t Willson is the man Vote on the Constitutional Amendment Down with tax receipts and reglstra tiou certificates Vote for Willson and put out of commission tho Frankfort ring Tobacco trust to Beckham Hager Co 15000 donated A vote for Willson is a vote for the peoples Governor A vote for Willsontsiia vote for better things in Kentucky The election of Willson means lower taxes and fewer offices The proposed Constitutional Amend ment is a direct thrust at the poor man Democrats hope by the adoption of the proposed Constitutional A mend pie We still think that the next Republican candidate for President will be a protectionist Possibly thero isare over doing It It looks like a reaction had already begun Just stamp under the log cabin and opposite the word No on the Constitutional Amendment ySt McKinleyttration of Kentuckys affairs to ecpurv the most good to the peoplet Vote for Willsona man large enifcgh mentally and practically logVitrii s Kentucky without fear or favort w Turn out Iteckham Hager Co who believe that the government of Kentucky is a private snap insteatpf a public trust- Sombtime ago we predicted that Tafts name would not even go be fore the convention We see no Tea son to change that prediction r A The present Democratic rooster is not the old bird of the olden times ribut incubator hatched and machine f raised Honest Democrats are not fi I bound to respect it t Beckham linger Co are backed by tho tobacco trusts the L N I railway the liquor interests and all oth 1- at J ay t woelledx r er organized wealth It is up to the common people to oust them o I The mari who got 15000 campaign luhdJrbm thb tobacco trust certainly Is under deeper obligation toil than a man who noqpted a small feo for legal services worth all he received sir Hager had 100000 copies of hrs speech ptjptedat a shop which docs hot w rkfunion labor when lie c0111d- h had It with the union in- bef lnbreortlIs he a frterfd to orgatl Izcil labpr i No true sympathizer with the To bucco Growers can support a man I for Governorsof Kentucky who Has bM tgdllly b receivl4l Fampaig I contributipns from the American To bacco Company Do not fall to read ExGovernor Bu Jkners letter to Henry B l Hlnes I In this Isue It tells in language not tpbe misunderstood what at least one exConfederate soldier thinks of tho irranfebrt ring The old man cuts the ground from under Hager Co ii great style Does any one know the position of the Hartford Herald on the proposed Constitutional Amendment While np pealing to the poor ton in behalf of Mr Wallace for Jailer they should al so tell the poor man whether or not they are in favor of the tax receipt qualification for voters Mr Willson was attorney for the Tobacco Trust Dont let that sill your memory Mr Ohio County Farm er Hartford Herald Beckham Ha ger Co accepted 15000 campaign contribution from the tobacco trust Dont let this fact slip your mind either Mr Ohio County Farmer What do sensible people think of the machine assertion that the tobacco trusts ambition is to see Augustus E Willson elected Governor when the trust gave the machine a 15000 cam paign subscription in a former cam lalgn while no one can claim that It has ever given one cent to the Republican campaign The latest machine campaign doc ument asks what assurance Kentucky tobacco men have that If 1 become Governor I will not demand of the next General Assembly the repeal of the law giving to farmers the right 1o pool their crops to protect them against the trusts They have my assurance now in person and mine is reliable while the machine takes tens of thou sands of dollars for campaigns from nil sorts of corporations and then betrays themAugustus E Willson The Hartford Herald says that Mr Willson states that he never scratch ed a Republican ticket in voting This statement is untrue and we scarcely see how the Herald can help from knowing that it is untrue It will be remembered by almost everyone that Mr Willson supported the entire Democratic City ticket in Lou isville in 1897 This has often been used against Mr Willson among Re publicans Is it possible that the Hartford Herald Is able to do jus tice to no one The agreement which has been en tered into between the Democratic and Republican managers for Ohio county has our hearty approval Let it be en forced to the letter The voter who has notpatriotism and manhood enough to go to the polls and vote his sen timents without being paid for so doing is not fit tobe entrusted with the ballot The man who corrupts an election should be punished The use of money in elections at all except for a few legitimate purposes should be stopped not only In Ohio county but in every other county of Kentucky and every other State in the Union Under this arrangement Ohio county will give a large majority forth Republican ticket In the past when no money has been used the county has always at least for ninny years glvenagoOO majority in state elections i The JJar t ford Herald aiCandldatqWlllson admits he was ittorijey for thetobaefotrust but says that time is past But the to- taccotlpst may wan r hls influence agalo7Wh0 kPQWB It wouldnt do to gqhackon anjpd frle a rood paying friend S not the fact that Jthe fobaco ftciJRt contrbJltuedi ittrfeRdhipBeckham and Hager uianihe employ ftorneyintween the trust and MrWllspn 1 This is a Rlaln PTPpo v iii fire- aseythq r tobacco trrstdonated i q olforltlietlpluenice J and Hager To be sure they ould not go back on their good paying friend the tobacco trust Does the relation of attorney and client denote friendship Why certainly not Such is a business relation But the free ly giving of ones means to assist an7 other 1o gain political preferment to the fair mind indicates ties of friend = shlpThen tit whose breastZldesfriend I I j Ai A 11 L ship for the tobacco trust 4ip Echo answers not In Mr Wllisdns CHARGE IS UNTRUE y The Hartford Herald of this week seeks to create the impression among lts readers that The Republicans of Hartfordbave been guilty of a reach of faith in not carrying put an agree went to decorate their business hous esfor tho Democratic speaking last Saturday It seeks Jo throw the odium of this alleged failure upon the senior editor of this paper Now the senior editor of this paper was knot in Hartford last Saturday and therefore could not bo personally re spouslble for any failure to decorate for that occasion However the other editor bad our bunting and decorar lions all ready to be in place but was prevented by the rain which con tinned up until the time of speaking and no one on the street not even he Democrats decorated because of the Inclement weather Besides none made any request of us to deco rate as was contemplated would be done whenever a speaker of promi nence came to townUnler the cir cumstances the Herald displays a small contemptable spirit in making an accusation of broken faith against us While we were not here at the Bone we understand that owing to tit weather as above stated no attempt was made at a general decoration pf the town Bring around your candidate for Governor or your candidate for United States Sentator and see if we fall to carry out our agreement whether as to business houses or the court house AS TO THE CITY ELECTION A contributor to the columns of tho Hanford Herald signing himself a Citizen in a lengthy article this week attempts to show that a town like Hartford should bo Htricily through politics This citizenI a lawyer by profesBloivuid such an interest in the succeSs of oneI ticko as to lead some persons to that he may have muro thaA the inter est of the mere cilzen at stake uses a short editorial which was printed in this paper last week in which we topic the position that voters In determin- Ing their choice for councilmen for Hartford should not be governed by politics This gentleman came to the Republican office and pretended to seek j Information about one subject In or der to see our files but used his opportunity to discover whether or not two years ago we printed a call for a Republican Convention to nominate candidates for city offices This in formation would have buen given him readily without his practicing duplicf- ty to gain his point However we merely mention this to show our readers what kind of a man presumes to advise them In this matter Two years ago the Democrats nominated the first city ticket which had ever been put up in our town in that way and al though we thought at that time it was wrong many Republicans took the po sition that since the city election had been made a political onethere was had been made a political one there w nothing left for them to do except place a ticket in the field The fact that this paper published a call docs not make our position now or at that time inconsistent in the least We know of no particular political advantage to be gained by having the town of Hartford governed by either party The man who served on the board of Councilmen does so at a great sacrifice and his actions are al ways criticised no matter what course he persues The man who serves in that capacity does so or at least should do so with the solo purpose of aiding in the improvement and building up his townfreelng it from unclean conditions which produce dis ease and death to the families of the Democrats and Republicans alike at the very smallest tax rate to our clt zens Next to our families Is the town for after all toWns the size of Hartford ar6 merely large families- It Iii true tint one of the editors of his paper has been placed upon the Citizens ticket by petition but the writer of the long article in tho Hartford Herald may rest assured that It was not sought and that it will be no great calamity to him it he should fall of election Hart w thought any great political principlejiinvolved asVtbo writer of the article Rwntioned seems to shave worked hjLnajiulf into bollielng we should have refused tp allow the use of our names on tbft bai IqUt vu Jj i tUyre trust that theCIUzeni vjio is poi exo tsed1 about this city election wii sur Wl should his ticket be defeat I ed If they are elected wo shall ex eci b1riYtb nui llest the aln3zeabfps the Wlfare of the old town 1nallpt- Its I necessities and that heUia bowJl iaihlB effort to help Ms tickfet in hla long laborious article t N wt U j Gen BnVs oW Home at AirdrU Burnca tttl j1 The house occupied by David Rhodes at Alrdle was destroyed by fire Friday night The house was tho first one erected at Airdie the deserted town of Kentucky and was formely pq cupled by the late Gen Don Corjes Buell who died in 189S Tho 1nUii ing was owned by Miss Nannie Sfa son of Louisville j J I A F ppppppppiiCloak 1 = Ladies Missesi Children 7 For fifteen Aoars tite have sold this famous make I fIG of Wraps and Fursand not onq dissatisfied cus 209 DAM ctcY E8 c MORAL NOT POUT IGAL ISSUES Handed up to the People for Delermination TuesdayI i It Is the People Arainst Self Ap ponHed Office Holding CorporationS r The present campaign for State of fices in in unique in that pure moral rather than political measures are at issue Tho Ameri can people are Just now sobering up from a long period of political and comercial debauchery and are demand ing a square deal in the administration of public affairs Thirty lines are hanging more loosely than ever be fore and the people are turning their support not to tho party nominees as such but to the most promising agents for tho correction of tho old abuses In Kentucky this year it is a con test of the great body of the people demanding nothing but u capable and honorable administration of public af fairs with u strange entrenched and formidable office holders corporation which alarmed at tine changed moral standard of the people boldly and pub licly offered the desecration of the Christian Sabbath in return for the political support of the rumsellers the gamblers and the harlots of our Kentucky cities The nomination by the Democratic machine of Louisville of Owen Tyler for Mayor and his subsequent public declaration in fa vor of repealing the Sunday closing laws was an open bid to bring to his own support as well as that of the machine State ticket the lowest and most vicious of our urban Any one familiar with the community of interests that obtains among associate politicians will know that Tyler would never have made sue a hazerous declaration without the consent of Beckham and Hager if in deed it was not inspired by them ExGovernor Buckner himself a Confederate soldier and once the Democratic Governor of the State a few days ago in an open letter ad dressed tQ the voters of apt ly Bays that since the Music Hall convention met in iS99 the Democrat ic masses in tine State have had no voice in the conduct of the party and he advises his Democratic friends to Vote for WfUspn and lila associate can didates as tine surest means pfre raining a voice in thb Conduct of their party t t FearIng their warning influence wltkfhe people this office holding corporation s caused the e attneneof a law requiring the voters of i Jih towns to register as a Qual ification for voting and passed it for no other reason than to moke1 the t of register certifIcjatai an ad I djilona1 means for corruptinif elec iloas This tact IB made a Jx r t by the law provt In nq penal j r iptlng the1voters was S hose same perpetual offlceseekcrs tyad next to require as a t t qualification for voting that the voter must present to the clerk of the elec ion a tax receipt for the year in which he propose to vote When the voter reads the Sheriffs notice in the pa hers of the eronous per cent and pen dUes this same machine Legislature Imposes on the tax payer who falls tQ pay his tax before ditylie y h tomer during this entire period Isnt that suf Sjicient recommendation What more can a ens tomer ask Isnt that convincing proof that we have the right Cloaks and sell them at the righ- tpricesand Just to think that you can buy ui gar irient herejust fis cheap as anybody else in the world C+wo have ells price You dont know of another place m this country fwhore the same condiUpns exist Come here where you know you get Value v I Ladies Cloaks priced at each 34 5 6i 8 oIA12 151718 and 20= a I Misses 150 2 2dO 345 750 and 10 r Childrens 12 3 4 and 5 4Furs 75c1 2 3 4 5 750 and 1- 0E P BARNES BROS a iNUMBER BEAVER KY ikfSr isiwEcair ts 444at44uH44X t4 Kentucky population Kentucky gertlflff corej election only 1IIA must be certainly convinced that no more drastic remedies were necessary to the collection of taxes and must plainly see that this absurd cork tutlonal amendment was proposed solely ip make possible further cor ruption of elections and that too justI at a time when public sentiment is demanding notfouler but cleaner elec tions If 1s up to the voters of Kentucky Tuesday to pass on these issues asI made up They are moral not poUt teal Issues and the election of Will son and the ticket with him will not Ibo hailed as simply a partisan victory but as a victory for the freedom lov lug citizens of the commonwealth In Illinois in Ohio in Massachu setts and even in rockribbed Pennsyl vania party rottenness is freely condemned nuts Democratic State officers elected when conditions demand It and is It not fair now to in a friend ly spirit ask tho patriotic Democrats of Kentucky to join In a movement to defeat a self= appoluted crowd of custodians of the Democratic party who despairing of the support of the masses of the godfearing lawabiding Sunday observing people have openly and boldly bid for the support of the lowest element of our citizenship To the Republciuns I want to say that you cannot excuse yourself from the duty you owe your fellow citizens of the State of voting for Wilson and his associates Tuesday The oppor tunity never came to you before to contribute so much to the public ser vice Whether you ever were an elec tion worker or not you want to be one this time Go to your neighbor and ask him if he wants the saloon and gambling houses of our cities run wide open on Sunday and urge him that his vote might determine whether they shall or shall not ask him if he is in favor of denying an honest man the right to vote if he should happen to not be able to pay his tax sixty days before the election and urge him that his vote might de termine whether this may occur or not Go to your Democratic friends and go over these matters with them in a friendly spirit Tell him kindly that we are not seeking a Republic an victory this time butva vlflory for the people who f4slr God revere mor ality and would pjeeerye the right of suffrage for tho poorest mal jn your State Thousands of good Democrats are openly supporting the peoples ticket dnd many thousands more who out of long association= Ulth their par ty will not vote with ustare so disgusted with thehTgKhari3etf methods of the machine they will eiiaYri away from the polls These are cp6dltlons that make Wilsons election Inn absolute certainty if s5eryJlepubUcan does his whole duty T ln tiJIIO11fAS t JU 1 1 xrA NarrowsKy I Whlit Makes ltbls Store So Pop Dlae iThet prices my friends= the prices They arei tfefe backbonerofthe whole bus a stthe foundation Stone of all ouri success The prices we make fcnkyourfwe d AUCTION iERioEss I SALE PRlCBSiIuV SHERIFFS Pft1QESL I DAnAI hPJUQZ II Hera are a fewiWatches w isslz 7 Jewer ElginfJl iu550ieaiie15 jeeftElgfnY 700 18 size 17 Jewel Elgint r 1 180018 size 7 Jewel Standard 400 18 size 7 jewel New rari3tOThese are prcesno one in Kentucky can beat We get the bargains we give the bargains and if Old Nick stood in the doorway youd dodge him in some way or another and come- backI for moreJ B TAPPAN Your jeweler e I i + NO VOTEBUYING FOR I OHIO COUNT1ANS I Reward Offered For the Arre s iand Conviction of Such I Offenders The undersigned will paw fifty dol i lais 5000 for the arrest and con i victiou ofy any person found guilty of buying or selling n vote or votes or paying money to prevent the exercise of the right to vote by another or for the buying or selling of reg istration certificates If more than iten convictions are1rhad and rewards claimed then we will pro rate five hundred 50000 among the persons who art entitled thereto j C M CROWE Chmn Rep Cam Com Ohio Co ERNEST WOODWARD Chmn Rep Cam Com Obi no Co It is agreed by tho undersigned that in all prosecutions involving the violation of election laws includ ing the buying or withholding of reg istration certificates they Common wealths Attorney Mr Ringo shall have control of such prosecutions against Republicans and the Attorney Mr Woodward CountyIsuch prosecutions against and that each may act as above specified free from the Interference of the otherThis October 29 1907 BEN D RINGO Comth Atty 6th Judicial Dist ERNEST WOODWARD County Atty Ohio Co i BEAVER DAMtBEAVER DAM Oct 31Rev Hayes the presiding elder preached here Sunday night Mrs W T Austin entertained the ladles flinch club Saturday evening Dan Kelly was in town Sundayt i The following party to Williams Mines Friday night Mr and Mrs H Monroe Mrnnd Mrs Z W Mitchel Mr and Mrs J K Adams Misses Marie AustinKatye Rhodes Mary Hadwlck Hal Griffith of Russellvllle May Bir Edith Grume Margaret Baker Pansy Stevens Dora Wallace Messrs M M Faughender Qfl M D Maddox Cecil Hocker J L Thompson Claude McKenney and Lee Stevens Mr Chester Leach who has been attending Bowling Green Business Col lege is at home For theI 1 Cvhudtqn t v To Uccedese days you must have plenty of grit uiIageStrength How is Itwith t ch drenAret1ey thin f pale delicate not forget Aycrs SiEsaptrlilt Jou know it make the d fiHjre 1 end rich and bkildsup the fI tTheinufMtuwj ofNmilt VIGOR iI AGue CURl Viers CHEW PECTORAl i bubnehthe It ZFAfl5p t i LOTHINGI 1 J Sterltno 33encb Uatlorefc Clotbes According to the weather mans report we tire to have some genuine oldfashioned hinter this year this being the case you will certainly bo eomuolledto linra good heavy Suit and Overcoat Of course we want to soil you as every live hustling merchant wants to da We have many inducements to offer you First our prices are draw ing factors Second our qualities have no equals The above picture represents our New Fall Styles in Ov ercoatstlio celebrated Sterling BenchTailored Clothes 1 rNone so good Evory garment a satisfactiongiver or your money refunded S r0rKruMYitiRa l0I31 IT PAYS TO I r P TRADE WITHr t EPEATII8 SHOTGUN NEW MODEL N2I7 1 Here Is the cheapest good gun yet made By the oniisioao the tale down feature we have been able to ready reduce the coot of production and at the same time have kept the gun up to the famouthigh Tffarfn standard of tttCTglh safety and durability Notice the clean umplicity of thti gun The and finish are perfect The weiaht is 7 pounds The full choke l are apeaally bored for smokeless at well at black powder andso chambered that 2Y anchor 2 inch shelf may be wed Several imprYemellla in the operating make it the est most reliAble and best won inemlence We are llad to make it possible for cyuy lover 01 guna- and bird shooting to get tha highBade repeating shot gun at to low a prix For sale by U S Carson Hartford Hartford Republican r 1- I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 I Inols Central Railroad Time Table Korlla sound Mouth Monad 4OT No lill dullSl a m- No12Jue1230p Nq182 due a m V m No 101 due 248 p rn- X0302 due 248 pm No 181 due 840 p m The Patrician Shoes for Ladles are at Fairs For Shoes that will wear go to Barnard Co r a Remnant Flannelette 5cthe yard at Barnard CosI You should see Barnard Gos line of Fall Dress Goods Dont buy your Fall Suit untttyou see Fairs Clothing Wehave Suits to suit you af prices to suit you Carson Co Barnard Cos Crossett Shoes and Schwab Clothing ire the best ta ti4 ASTish every day in Fairs Millinery Parlors T New stylesevery week i nJrt attehledsundaY hM in Hart fordloctober 27 1907 Collection 904 SV h fsilpln8ldft ol pnepi pur toll tits and Y9Y Wll pe Jn stfJII J c 4 Co- M Ii J H ChjCago ahdj lI4 H stett r MrH Allah tri vesvilieirethe gue o l iutdohn + B Wllso f t EJITYEDTWO patkgonia Ai i FdrdsvllIe0L4tt AvlBit oourBc andlOcJBasement will convince youyhaty we are headquarters FAIRi co t B rh rii Ccillne of Rugs Drug gettf and Furniture cannot be beaten in Hartford or elsewhere Wish tbe party that has our jack- screws JIo would bring thorn home HAtTFORD lU I199tI or I 0- X r- 4e1 McCal Patterns are at Fairs Non so good10c u6cNone higher DresINice selection cinators Shawls long knit Scarfs at Fairs Every day a busy day in Fairs Millinery parlors New styleslow prices our criterion Dont fail to see Barnard Cot RaWoals the Scjnyab kind They are the best Immense selection of Cnlldren Wraps at Fairs Call and see them Surf to please yoW 1 J Mr George Baral tiventl to Louisville Monday to buy fcew goods for his 5 10c storen ir Free at Barnard CqvLadies Home Journal transfer 11 r pattern and monthlY style aok n The big stock of Woolen Dress Goods is at Fairs Painstaking tiles ladies to waVtbn yOu If you are looking for your mon I eys wor ihesnllpohrtepustrgat91ert goto Barnnard Co ilr James Po Thomssandlittle daughter Laulsville v jrere jf UBguepla qf relaUvesxihere r Sunday and Mon- A diy vr great many ladles will wish laterI xliat they had Qughtthel fall Hat and Dress Goodsherel j t5 Q caeon8y Co r We have lidf biittthOidHoover andwJJIIconductI place with A comp1atol l ne of staple and fancy grpcerie j4h1 at rock Tot tom prices SCHRQADER CO IMr GA Bh I1nwho contracted for the building of three or tourmiles W railroad in and near Hartford and who became financially embarrassed some time ago and was later forced into bankruptcy has gone to Calafdr- nia I to makehls future home rak t1 f V r I Kali Overcoatsthe long kind the short kind every other kind at Car son CosdOur highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold else where Carson Co Good judges of Clothing are buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight Carson Co Fall is here so are Barnard Co with all kinds of fall goods at cheap prices Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and let us fit them up in new Suits Miss Moseley Barnard Cos Mill iner incites all the ladles to give her a call for the latest in her line For nice Napkins Table Scarfs Ta ble linen Doilies ancy LlnenDrawn Work call at Fairs linen department Look at and price Fairs Ladles and Childrens Cloaks Our exclusive styles and low prices make us headquarters Mrs Jonah Amerine and sonJames and niece Leila C Amerine Richmond Ky are the guests of Mrs Amerinos daughter Mrs Wallace Riley Mr and Mrs C E Morrison were the guests of Miss Holile Reynolds Calhoon last Sunday Miss Reynolds accompanied them homo If you didnt know tho price you would be willing to pay more for jar dress goods than wo are asking Carson Co Dont buy your fall Suit or Overcoat I without consulting Fairs You I will be sorry If you miss seeing this big stock- WANTEDThree I or four reliable men to consider a proposillonoul of j which they can clear from 80 to loO per month Apply to W S this of office I Mr LM Render and family re1 turned to their homO at Louisville Mon day after a fow days visit to Mr Renders paronlsMr and Mrs W B Render Miss Minnie 11clnt Ire who has been CI11foreffect last night Miss Minnie is one I of the most efficient operators to be I found anywhere mid she will be great ly missed by the subscribers of the Homo Co The following citizens ticket has been nominated by petition for City Councllni t at the election uex Tuusj day nnd their names will appear cm the ballot under the Horso Shoe emblem E E Blrkhead Wayne Grif fin S Jv Wedding R E L Simy merman Will B an and C M Barneit All persons having claims against the estate of Sam Frizzell deceased will submit the same properly proven to the undersigned administrator or to Barnes and Anderson attorneys Hart ford Ky on or before December 1 1907 or they will be forever barred I This October 22 1907 C P Keown at Admin of Sam Frizzell dec The Ohio County Medical Society will hold their regular session at Hart ford next Wednesday November 6 Dr S J Wedding will quiz on typhoid fever Dr Oscar Allen on La Grippe cllncal cases and specimens by any or all Every new applicant gets his dues paid for year 1908 E WFORDSecretary Buford Magisterial district A S of E held an all day meeting at Mt Hermon church near Beda yesterday In the forenoon speeches were made by JC Park John P Foster nnd oth ers A basket dinner was spread on the ground and was thoroughly enjoyed by all At 1 oclock an address was made by National President C M Barnett The organization is in good shape in this district and about all the tobacco pooled Mr and Mrs C E Smith entertain ed at progressive eucher fast Saturday night Nlneten games were play ed Miss Margaret Gunther winning highest number and MrsZ Wayne Griffin next highest Light refresh ments were servedThose present were Mr and Mrs Z G mln Dr and Mrs E B Pendleton Mr and Mrs W S Tlnsley Mr and Mrs J11 F Vjckersy Mr and JVIrs Lr Fgce- InantMrs EE se Stella and Spplla AVoefner Hattiearn t4 MaigaretGunther and Lillian MouroeV Messrp R Barrass E W Cpope t E M Woodward Jrt DoWee set UCI AUprneysJ3aVriVsand Anderson HJl ibis city eR esenlini CtP e wD- adml to of atrlz ideas= ed have fi s In McLettrt Jouni rcult Courtagainst tlteloiisvllie n Nashville Railroad compa ny an 1t4lg e came leatlik10 thethat iiegljkbIce 6f the- defendnnts acting jointly wFlzen tvit killed at Island on tie first day of October he being thfere working for the Memphis Coal Cbhhd work ink on a coal oar furnished the coal company by the railroad company In attempting to let a coal cat down to the Upple t e brake rod being ho could not control It and lokonl ted into tanother car and killed I r 1 M 1 J BOB JONES VAS PRETTY GIRL1 Dressed as Boy Accompany ing Her Sweetheart Couple Engaged to Work and a Neighbors Called In to In vi spect the Boy sQwerisboro Ky Oct 30ono of tbe jnost novel cases of a girl mas qnoradliig tts a boy ever brought be fcVre the eyes of the authorities in Owensboro developed yesterday Martha Askings age eighteen years of Tell City Ind for the past week hsjs been going about the streets of OwfJiisboro dressed as a boy under the Assumed name of Bob Jones Slit has been while hero in company with dlarence Chenault a seventeen year old boy and has been living at the home of Chenaullts father at 825 Da viess street On Monday morning a woman on Locust street engaged in cleaning house employed what she supposed to be two boys who had asked for work While they were engaged in cleaning a carpet tho woman got an idea that one of the boys hud ac tions very much like u girl and sum moning a number of her friends from tho neighborhood her beliefs were confirmed by others Site notified the police and Officers Day and Dalton were assigned to the case The boy who was on the watch discovered the police a good distance oft and sent his companion away and later followed her They had entire ly disappeared when the officers got to the house lint securing a good clew the oficers went in search of the two After dark the officers were near the union station among the box cite on the side track when they saw two boys near them One of the police suggested that one of the two was their girl and they took tho two In charge The girl grabbed young Chenault and nervously replied that she was a boy but seeing that the officers were going to make an investigation she threw her arms around the young mans neck and confessed that she was a girl She said that she did tot want 10 bo separated from Clar nice On arriving at tho police station 0th made a confeslon They stilled that they hud been sweethearts for ajjoil a year and had lived for about a mouth with a party at Tell pity Ind and left there last Monday a week ago They beat their way to Owensboro as they had no funds lo make the trip The girl stated that her mother was dead and that her fabler drank anti treated her badly and that is the reason she left his home She said that the rea son she had dressed in boys clothes was to enable her to secure work which she could better do with pants than with dress As soon as we secured enough money we intended to get married stated the girl I met Clarence over a year ago and we were together a great deal since that time Chchaults father was called to the police headquarters and he stated that the two had been sleeping at his hbuse for about a week and that he would fake them home secure roper clothes for the girl and see that they got married as soon as they wereable lo get a little money bead toValuable Farm for Sale Ono bundred and sixteen acre farm situated on the Hartford and Owens boro road eight miles from Hartford wenty miles frO ii Owensborq All under state of cultivation good dwel ing and outbuildings Three never ailing springs Eight acres in fine aeadow orchard etc For terms apply lo Barnett Smith j Republican office I Ui GOSHEN Oct 29Bro Elgin filled his first ipbihlment here the second Sunday knd was well liked by his church The farmers bt this place are trough sowing wheat There was i large crop flown I Mr Worth Tichenor and family have moved back to his farm We are glad tujhave then with us again O ton fend totyWlU Cook of Beaver Dam rwA1 the guest of Miss Annie tiocker Sunilayr v Mfc 3c56 Maddox and family of West SaledftefrauntJMrs W1L Barnes the fist of the week rta for and Mrs Hub Myers have ro urnejl frpni La Junto1 jCJolo where Ibfey went to live Theysay that old Kentucky is good enough them tVe welcome them back to Goshen neighborhood Mrs t Robert Render is quite sick grip oft Miss Annie Hocker who has been rery sick of grip for the last month Is aboUt well 1 I Mr Cleveland Stevens and Mr Os I I J r 0 MooO x00004 t t 6 eatherst I t May not make fine birds but they do I make fine Hats if the subject interests N you and what woman does it not inter est we advise you to visit our Millinery Department We have and are deliveri- ngZ the goods promptly and satisfactqr ily to more people than we anticipated o but the fast express and the telegraph 5 keep our stock complete Just ask forz pHatsmight be interested in just now There tare Furs Wraps Woolen Dress Goods I and warmer Underwear to call your at itention All these we have at prices that iwill let you live as well as us 9 Got the- Towrt 9I e U YOU CAN ON i i J f + oooa r wald Render aro attending the protracted meeting at Cntertown this weekDan Ayltmlre Is the boss walcrmelo raiser here He had a big crop lie measured two that were 2S inches long and 34 Inches around and weighed 46 pounds Misess Ada Miller Bertha and lUary Pirtle were the guests of Mrs W D Luce of Hartford Saturday and Sun dayMiss Annie Stevens visited in Hart torftlnst Saturday Mr Dan Aultmiro mid family are visiting Mr Will Cook and family at Beaver Dam today Mr Rommle Baldwin and Miss Vada Render attended church at Centertown last Sunday night Mrs Jane Hell of Sacramento is visiting her brother Mr A M Mlllur Mr and Mrs Fred Miller visited in Central Grove last week Prof Sam Taylor and wife of Ow ensboro are here at Mrs Taylors aunts Mrs Robert Render and Mrs W H Williams this week Mr JW Mercer and family are in Empotla at his mothers Mr and Mrs Will Blair are in Hart ford at Mrs Blairs sisters Mrs W D Luce this week Mrs Mary Aultmire of McHenry is visiting her son Dan this week J Estry Notice Taken up as astray on October 25 1907 by C W Leisure living threu miles south of Rosine Ky near Mt Pleasant church one black mare triulfi 4 years old about 15 12 handS high left bind foot a little large has been hurt whlt spots on each Jfdc of back supposed to be saddle marks wino whit balms on sigh shoulder cbliar1 marks on weathers rough ehodall1 aroundand is worth 1511 Glvehun der my hand as justice or fileJpCaoe for Ohio cpunW Kentucky This bo tober 29 1907 3 i WiP MILLER PO C i HU I Notes f v Never before in the history of ihl- nvuiution has tie outfield been4so I couraBJng letters Come In almost ailyfronl youngn men idod young 1i men J an over the county Who are dealr ous of fitting theraWveg tor aBud CB8ful business career and letters aid so conic from proaperpas busineslfmenl and firms asking that a bookkeeper or stenographer be sent them at onceWhile we had no young man ready for the position we wish to thank the Williams Coal Company for their call of last week for a stenographer Their present stenographer Mrs Thorpe is a graduate of the Hartford tClothingt M See our CLOTJUNO Consider the fit anti o that our Clothing is all o new and contains noth 3 ing shoddy Nothing al g fwouldyour dress nothing thatp will make us afraid to g see you conic beck In fact to sell to you once J ThNeliswith you and with us t DEPEND iB CoLJiHARTFORDooooooooeoooaeoooeoeoo ooaeoooooooooooo Business Institnu and wv consider it a compliment to th+ school that they should call on us wLin they are agate in need of help Miss Harrlette Fleiwr hoe accept ed a position In tilt law office of E M Woodward nnd Is completing her course in banking in the after noonMr Ross Bennett Is working day and night on banking preparatory to tithing a position that is awaiting him in Mississippi i Muss Edna Hudson will complete the course in banking this week Mr Roscoe Render la in school again after an absence of several A weeksMisses Lillian Monroe and Mattyo Moseley who are teaching in Hart ford College have entered th night class In shorthand and typewriting Misses Viola Waddle and Vera Hawkins are in school again after several weeks vacation Those who have visited their homes recently are Misses Ella A Bracken Mary Belle Jones Messrs Elijah Dan leI and Clifton Stevens Miss BracK en was accompanied home by MlSK Viola Waddle Miss Verna Duke a former stud ent of the H B 1 now tho stenog rapher for the Burgess Lumber Co Rockporl Ky made us a pleasant tall a few days ago She was accompanied by Miss Minnie Renfrow who Is teaching at Ceralvo MATANZAS r Oct 28Farmers here are done Sawing wheat and hauling coal is the order of the day here The singing at the Baptist church herd yerySunday night is largely at tendedRev J S Gatton of Cambelsvlllo plaited his brotherH C Gatton and family here d few days ago aM W Bell and family visited Mrs Balliofoprman at jGpdman last Satur day gpdSunday Di H Luck of this place will mote with his family to Centertown in a tow days io liVe f larry Brown of Rocftport was here lost Sunday NoticerOct tothe locals rthe AS of E in Ohio county hav njj stock pledges you are requested 6 sign up and return same to me at Ventlce Kentucky giving the name nUll address of your Secretary by the tllof November as rs muot have hCni III before we can go farther with trra gements it is up to you we sro your sean s but must have song thIng to offer to our agent when ne- ro 16 employ ono J Challml111t a M 1e THEkw n SHORT OF ITS vSamples of London Genius in r Avoiding the use of Long Words Tho streets of London have been dotted lately with handsomo new red painted motor cabs which ply for hire at tho reduced rate of elghtpenc a mile They are fitted with tax ameters and have promptly been calli I taxlcabs London has a queer strain of humor In the matter of naming Ita public modes of transit The Central London railway whose uniform fares are two pence the first of the tube lines was no sooner opened for traffic than same genius named it the tuppeny tube Then came the Bakerstreet and Waterloo underground which no one dreams of calling by any other name than the Bakerloo The new Brompton and PIccadilly line is known as The Piccadilly and tho Thames steamboats are known ns the khakis Tho Trocadero restau rant Is generally dubbed the Trot tho Criterion is the Crl and no suburban youth would think of show his ignorance of the West End by giving it its full name For years the St James restaurant which was the center of human activity so for as tho glided youth about town Is concerned was called Jimmys and now that it has been swept away to make room for the new hotel of the same name the ardent young men of tho town are already talking of the glorious times they t will have when Jimmys opens it doors again The new motor cnbs have as aforesaid been christened tho taxicabs and tho horse drivers are wild with rage at their success They have sounded lite death knell of the old time crawlers which aside from being slow and not altogether safehavc not been too cheap though 1 do not suppose Americans who use them here on their summer holidays will agree thlnglthatin is to sit in a hansome cab by the hour and drive aimlessly about be cause Sit Is so cheap Of course It Is cheap when compar ed with the prices that the road pi rates charge in American towns but oven there the shillings mount up in to pounds after a few hours The taxicab is altering the matter a good deal The only difficulty from the public point of view however Is that tho eight penny fare is awkward be cause there is no coin of the denom ination of eight pence and tho pub lic is so used to shillings that the drivers are benefiting undeservedly They are In consequence becoming high handed in their manner and re fuse to take passengers unless they are assured of a strong puor boireal most representing in size the amount of the actual fare There is a law against this form of opposition but the public generally Is timid and does not like to take strong measures for stopping the imilosillonTown and Country Curos Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm W B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and tho blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At adIVIScdit cures after all else fails 35tf Mystery of Pine Trees What is the trouble with the pine I trees That Is the question the lum bermen farmers and tree experts of I Amderst in common with many other In this State and in New Hampshire t look as if they weredylng and in a number of places whole hillsides are given a reddish hue by the discolored needles Most frequently it is only this years growth that is affected but occasionally lust years needles ar ins stances whole tree appears to A r about done for Some think it is win 4 1 beIlIeveare affected just as bad as those in I A f the open They say that when the ex tI tremely cold weather was In session p 4 last winter the roots of the trees In r the woods were well protected by snow i f told hey all agree that they never fI heard of such a thing as pixies being l whaler killed in any other way than byNat exposure Prof Charles Ii yFernald of tIP zoological dopnnnenc of the agriculture college hUH made fauinvestigation to the extent of de termining that it is no insect lifo that Is onuilng trouhleI F Dr George E Stout of the botllnlcalj I 4 department and a well known expert on trees Is making a careful study of tho subject He has formed sour opinions but ho Is not yet ready t say anything for publication State Forester Frank W Rane reports thin the department has received a grea t many inquires In regard to tho trou ble and that they are making a careful study of tho problem but like Dr Stone do not yet feel like making n statement They will make an un nouncement as soon as a conclusion i reached The white pine has hereto foro been considered peculiarly Immun from any disease and people are no somewhat alarmed at the oncoming o this now malady and are anxious to know Its cause Springfield Republican T A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plumk Mo had a narrow escape four year I ago when ho ran a jimson bur int his thumb Ho says Tho doctor wanted to amputate It but I would not consent I bought a box of Buck lens Arnica Salvo and that cured th dangerous wound 25c at all drug gists m WORLDWIDE SEARCH FOR LOST YOUTH Harry Nonnast Last Heard of Before Frisco Earthquake Ho tel Register Only Clew Failing after two years search to find their lost son Harry in San Fran- CiscoI his supposed destination Mr and Mrs Louis F Nonnast of Chicago will begin at once a worldwide cam paign to locatcthe young man now twentyone years old In every large city on all continents advertisements will be inserted in the newspapers seeking information of the wanderer The father is a furniture manufac turer He does not intend to spare money In the search The first step in this campaign was adVtHllse11l10llt reward for any news of the missing youth Note of the ordinary motives thutI Induce boys to flee from unhappy homes or the drudgery of toil actuated Harry Xonnast in his flight His parents were well to do he wasI graduated from the Lake view High School and seemed to have everything ho desired But his health was not good and he frequently talked of how he might bo benefited by the Wcslcra climateHis father had just about made up Iris mind to gratify the boys desire when without warning the boy dis appearedAs was his supposed des tination tho father hurried across the continent but could get no trace oIhim in any of the coast towns When the earthquake claimed its hundreds- of victims the alarm of tho family was renewed No Harry Nonnast wasI In tho list of victims but the made another trip to tho fatherI found nothing but after his returnI came the first scrap of a clew Winchester Hotel at which he hud I made inquiries reported that after a more through search the name of r Harry Nonuaat had been found on I their register for one night only just icforo the Eerthquake At the time he said he was on his way to a hos pital I Democrats Testify Against Doing of Frankfort RlnlIIn tho case of the tucky against the BeckhamHager ring at Frankfort Attorney N B Hayes was called to the witness stand and I asked what he knew abuot the prattle or salary rebates by the mcahine Mr Hayes said- I do not believe that it is Demo cratic nor the taxpayers of this State will indorse the action of Mr linger who at the regular session of the legislature in 1904 asked the Legislature I and procured from it the passage of a bill allowing him an additional i approprIation of 3000 annually for additional clerk hire in his office and for an additional appropriation or 1500 annually for clerk hire in the Insurance department on the plea that it was necessary to enable him I to have the public service faithfully and promptly performed when in fact It was to enable him to pay a political debt and obligation Philip Thompson who was ostensibly paid a salary of 1800 per annum as clerk in tho insurJ ante departmentwas required to 1111Roy heariCompany the meat trust and corpor ations generally but it takes the Kentucky boss and the State machine to j teach them all how to plunder the peo plo by salary rebates From Hayes speech at Newcastle in July 1906 r OA JS W O 21 X4Bear theTheKind You Have Always BovpJ1I Signature I I- Luqw JI Ii areawiS ++ ft u L wtm D D TOho County- e Circuit CourtToF Blrkhcad JUdgo MldkiffoKolljr Master CommlsslOnorjY L Monet Icy Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher L P Crowder 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Doctors In All SerIous- ness Declare Woman Pos I sessed of Devils I 1 Mrs Charles J Romndkn wife of a ijvaukeo millionaire who confessed iJDwas a burglar is possessed of devils according to Dr Axel Gustaf son who attended her and Dr Sheldon Leavitt They say so In all so rIousness Dr Leavitt is a wellknow 1 practitioner and connected with nu merous medical societies and Chicago hospitals Both physicians do not lies itato to express the belief that the Dman is under the influence of dls bodied spirits This woman when herself was all a woman should be asld Dr Gustaf son when another spirit overpowered her personality she was what the- poUce declares her to be Dr Leavlt whom Dr Gustafson consulted salt in his letter of reply- I have found enough to jusUfyyour belief and mine that it is another case of obsession as it is commonly called possession as I am disposed to call it By the orthodox medical specialist I suppose it would be regard ed as a case of dementia The term obsession as used by the latter sig nifies a mere delusion no evil spirit being recognized by him as actually existing But to certain of us who have returned to the more archaic diagnosis It is supposed to mean what the term possession better expresses I really believe that modern scientific psychical research has gone far enough to justify the assumption of rsuch a state in many cases heretofore classed under various heads but more particularly under that of demen tia I dont know what was the matter with me The devil was in me says this woman You can do nothing for me No one can Theres something bad in me I cant control Even medical men who believe most Implicitly in a future existence are not willing to admit the possibility of a dlsembodcd spirit taking possession of the body of another Christian poo pie are put into the anomalous post tion of believing most emphatically in the Divinity of Jesus Christ and yet confess that His conception of the alleged demonpossessed people whom He cured and with whose evil spirits He was said to converse was utterly wrongI trained in the same company and believed in the orthodox medical translation of symptoms like those manfested by this poor Mrs Ro mandka but have come to take a dif ferent view In doing so I have not departed from a rational and scleuti fie line of reasoning The accused is amenable to psychic treatment She ought not to be punished but ought to be placed under the care of a good psychotherapeutist for cureChica- go Dispatch to the New York World Wonderful Eczema Curo Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs lining affected We then employed other doc torsbut no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed Improvement We continued this medicine until set Woral bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at all drug gists 50c m Cure for LocKjaw A remarkable case of tetanus or lockjaw Is being observed in Bellevue Hospital and the doctors announced tentatively their belief that science has at last conquered the dread dis easeThe patient Is Peter Lonahan of 2536 Third avenue He was employed by ttfe New York New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company at Mott Haven in the yards AboUt two weeks ago he stepped on a nail which penetrated his foot and his fellow workmen told him lockjaw would set in Going to Bellevuo he actually developed the afflcctlon through thepower probably of auto Tsuggestlon But Prof Joseph Blake vered that a solution of stcrlliz fed Water and magnesium sulphate In jected Into the spine checked the dis Y ease and it has done so House Sur geon Fredrick Kemp with Drs Hol brook Ray and Lems take hourly watches at the bedside New York American M GASTORIATor Infants and Children Till Kind You Nays Always Bought Bears the Signature of l- The Spinning Wheel The invention of the art ofspi- nrning was ascribed by the ancients to the goddess of wisdom The date 1500 BO is given as that of the beginning of the art in Greece FcSimile of Ballot for Regular Election November 5th 1907 TlCKHII Constitutional AmBn For Governor Per Governor For GovernorFor Governor For Governor Are you for th- eOS W HAGER AUGUSTUS E WILLSON 0 L L PICKBTTCLAUDE ANDREWS aproposedthe Amend Con D excludat For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor who have notat sixty days I SOUTH TRIMBLE 0 WILLIAM H COX D P PI FIELDS 0leastat the which elec n i Dl n DI 1 0 i athey offer In full to vote all For Attorney General I or Attorney General j For Attorney General For Attorney General For Attorney GeneralState county district mu JOHN K HENDRICK a JAMES BREATHITT JWAYNE COOPER OF E SEEDSjIL KLEINIIANZ a and due by school them taxes for LJ 0 previousawhich they offer For Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public AccountsF Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public Accounts to vote I HENRY M BOSWORTH a FRANK P JAMES DP T WALLACE 0 DANIEL C KISNER 0I EMIL GUTH O D 0 0 1 DYesD For Treasurer For Treasurer For For TreDllurer For RUBY LAFFOON JEDWIN FARLEY Q J P BASLEY fHENRY PARTON 0 JAMES OIIEARir aNO J iiI DI al o o For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For Secretary of State I HUBERT VREELAND 0 BEN L BRUNER D C A SINGER 0 WALTER LANFERSIEK 0 ALBERT SCHMUTZ a O ni ijjFo-r D SuporlntElndent of For Superintendent of For instructionsFor Superlntendont of Public Instructions Public Instructions Public c Instrustlons M O WINFREYj JOHN O CRABBE LJ B F HAYNES a JAMES POCOCK 0 LOUIS FLEISCHER 0 iic Jjii ii 0Fur Commissioner of Agricul For Commissioner of Aricul for Commissioner of Agricul1Or Commissioner For Commissioner cf Agriculture Labor and Statistics ture Labor and Statistics ture Labor and Statistics ture Lobar and Statistics lure Labor ani Statistics Ij W NEWMAN 0lIEnREL C RANKINLrJ A W CARPENTER 0I DALLAS LAMB JH ULRICH 0 iiii iiiiiiiiiFor Clerk oftheCourt of Appeals Clerk the Court of Appeals For Clerk of the Court of Appeals JOHN B CHENAULT JJ NAPIER ADAMS jIIC KU= RTD n 0 aFor Railroad Commissioner For Railroad CommisSIOner- MC D FERGUSON 0 1C L HARNEY 0 D D For State Senator For State Senator ROBT HARDISON JR Q J W WRIGHT a D Dl For Representative For Representative IT F TANNER fj JAMES A DUFF 0 ni aFor Jailer For Jailer I J Tor WALLACE 0 WILLIAM FLENER a 0 O under the direction of the king of Arcadia but pictured incsriptions on the Egyptian monuments show that the use of the spindle and distaff was known In that country much earlierThe first distaff was simply a stick around which the fiber to be spun was loosely coiled held in tho left hand the spindle was a sort of atop set in motion by a twirl of the hand the fiber passingbetween the finger and the thumb of the right hand This invention was Improved upon in the course of time by placing the spindle in a frame and making It revolve by mechanical action of the hand or foot in connection with a wheel or treadle thus giving the true spinning wheel The fir tIre corded use of this was In the early years of the sixteenth century but It was probably made and used long before this The first spinning jenny a machine working eight spindles was Invented In 17G7 The House I + r keeper Magazine All OverBat the Voting The election campaign of 1907 is practically at an end so far as the forming of public opinion is concern ed Of course as in horse racing the unexpected is always possible and nothing can bo considered certain un til after the count But barring som extraordinary sensation between this and November 5 there will bo littli change in the lineup as it stands to day We believe that in Kentucky a blS majority of the voters have decides that they are intolerably weary of the Frankfort machine and all its devious ways The Democratic campaign has fallen flat From the very beginning it has lacked power to stimulate publi Interest or rally the divided forces of the once great party The appeals of Hager have been so barren of any tile in apology for Incompetence and substance to tempt tho voter so fu II j fraud so void of argument bearing on the real Issues that concern the wel fare of the State that they have failed to awaken enthusiasm or win votesBeckham has been annihilated by Bradley He cuts a sorry figure In the campaign with his administration in Louisville ruthlessly slain by his as sociates whom he could not control and the old gang that knifed him locally In 1906 running the broken down city machine against the stonewall of public indignation Hendrick is dodging the spectre of his bitter attack upon Hager and the Stato ring made during the primary 1 fight and finds himself weakened and discredited by the necessity of practic ally calling himself a liar wherever heappearsSouth is making votes for the Republicans by shouting Damn the nigger and giving daily demonstrations of his own unfitness to oc cupy public office of any kind even that of pound keeper So one might go down the whole list of candidates It is a pitiful plight they arc in deserted desperate and facing defeat In these last hours they are turning hopelessly to the old re sort of fraud and trickery but the Jig is up they cannot steal a victory from the hands of an aroused and in dignant people But the picture presented by the Republican forces is vastly different The party is united as never before in Its history An unbroken army of stalwart voters beneath the log cabin is massed ready for action throughout Kentucky It Is filled with confidence It believes in ifs leaders and is determined to cast every vote and have every vote counted as it is cast Shoulder to shoulder with this host stand thousands of true Democrats men who were behind McCreary and Hayes when they fought the machine that tho Republicans undor Willson are 1c bt I mBnt Treasurer Treasurer fighting now They have not forgotten tho outrages of 1906 and every fresh story of machine infamy such as that of the stealing of tho nomination from Robert L Greene in 1901 adds fresh fuel to the fire of their wrath They too will vote under the log cabin Not because they love the Democracy less but because they love freedom and justice and honesty the more Willson and Breathitt and Bruner and Cox and all tho other splendid men upon the ticket have gone up and down the State with a message to which tho people have listened al most greedily Such outpouring of the countryside as have greeted Wilson are unprecedented in tho history of Kentucky politics There is only one interpretation of theso signs Tho yoke of the machine is to be thrown off and time old Commonwealth is to be restored to its rightful dignity among the sister States by tho return of the Republican tlcket Louisvlllo HeraldI w v a 1 otjOrfrrfrWT rfr1rt rt f rt W rfr Tftrfrrtrtrt f+ ry p f lItt rorTh C f ti RIGIII AlLIHE S1ARI I j j 3 i1 r f tt 1 BARN BROS BEAVER DIM KYi44444444 I I NAT TONAL A S Or CONVENTION xalndianapolis Meeting as Seen By Daviess Co Delegate Presidency was Changed And Unexpectedly Came to a I Kentuckian Mr Howry S Berry writing to the fQwenfcboro Messenger gives tho fol lowing in TBiing account of iho latoI Nntloaul Union A S of E held at Indianapolis The fifth annual convention of tho XiiMomtl Aniriean Soclovy of Equity l has rlrlshtd Its labors and adjourned wind in som respects was a pathetic one Mr Everett who beyond nI a question of a doubt was the orlgina f tor of thr great idea upon which thoI society waa founded saw himself cots front Hl by accusations and was t f polled to decline to stand for re comI tlon to tlf presidency Those o ff brought the charges against him claimed to irate the evidence that a would suistantlate every chars r while he filmed that ho was ac i t cased and denied tho chance to con front tIP charges and clear his name I r There net Fr was a man accused but- sympathizeraai A vio n spite of every evldenc and Mr Ever ett wnB no exception and again there rInever was a man who lead risen above the common crowd into prom 1 j j inenco but what some ono was ready to hurl a stone or to assail hint or t tto hurl a stone or to asaljhlm o- t jto Impugu to him selfish or IShpueS i motives Whether innocent r guilty j of the charges brought against himI J JJIr Evertu will long live In thoI r 1 oar s f the people whom he tried theIture to predict that when history re cords tile story the charges against him will be forgoUenand be cherished that his memory will live and he as one of the greatest benefactors 6f humanity CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES But to return to the convehtiori all day Tuesday and late into the night tho Everett arid antiEverett forces brought charges and counter chnrgeawrangled and wrangled until it seemed that either Mr Everett or tho American Society of Equity was doomed his frieiids struggling to save him and his accusers tho so ciety and it was not Until the noon hour on Wednesday that tho forces obtained from him the promise not to allow his name to go before the convention and what relief it was to the friends of the society when Mr Everett gave that promise The forces did not wish to accusations and charges would have been wrought and denied and a bitter wrangle that would have left many stings would have been the conse quencl At the Convnengl hour on Wednesday afternoon he came upon the platform and In a short speech said that In view of the events he would not stand for reelection and only made ono request that his fellow officers who had brought charges against him fiiould nlson stand aside and al tort J Tifw set of officers to be elect ied By a motion the substance of which was that the order of business be reversed and that the body go into thc election of officers instead of electing the officers at the close1 of safetf Mr Everett hoped to have the var= lous comlttees report and Mr Everett have a chance to vindicate him t t The1011oslllonnave charges not made public saying that It would be detrimental to tho society If they were bUtC Ajtift ttlCY stood ready if needs be to prove every charge made and that they favored riothavlng the l on thtlYIficers once To end this debate a tjotlonivllS made to adjotinfi until the afternoon session yhen thc houso would proceed to tHe elecllonIIt was announced within the Ken lucky delegation that they and North Dakota would adjourn in a certain roam and caucus as to who should be offered to the houses for president and secretary All the null forces looked to Kentucky and requested her to name a Kentuckian tore the Presidency and that North Dakota should furnish the man for the secretaryship Mr Barrett of Henderson was put in nomination by Mr Bourland of Hopkins county In a very eulogistical speech and was accepted by most bf the but he was not at the convention and some objected saying that it was something unusual to name a man not present that the convention did not know him and no one knew whether he would accept If elected Then came an anxious moment Wo were to meet at 130 and the ajitl forces looked to Kentucky to present her man and it was near the time of convening Nobody had had dlu ner and we had done nothings We looked over our delegation and did trot see anybody present who looked big enough to fill this important po sition Ono name after another was suggetsed without any action being taken when Mr C M Barnetts name was suggested Also National President of Tobacco Growers Dav enpprt A vote was taken and re suited Barnett 12 Davenport 11 BAR1JETT A DARK HORSE the dark liorsAir Barnett was the darkest I ever saw it was to him like a thunderbolt from a clear sky Never did a nomination came more asa surprise Mr Bar nett rose saying it would bo 1m possible for him to accept the nomi nation The adjourned immediately hh tho convention hall without him having given his con sent and it took urgent solicitation to get him t6 do so Mr Wilson of Oklahoma was put up by the Everett forces and the Vote stood 198 to 38 for Mr Barnett Ho was escorted to hte chair and made a speech which won the heart and confidence of the What seemed to be such a storm that would shake the society turned out to be only a squall and I dare say that never was a quarrel settled that left so little sting and unplpasj untness Mr Statts of Illinois was elected vice by acclamation as was Mr Pauley of North Dakota secretary As prearranged in the Kentucky caucus Mr Everett was called to the stage at this time and made a speech offering the new pres ident his hand and promising to give his aid and support to the now offi cers in carrying out time alms of the society that was os dear to him His stiblcty that was so dear to him His vention and made every one assem bled wish that tho unpleasant task of turning him down could have bee obviated Father Tbney a Catholic priest from Missouri who had taken prominent stand for the AS of E was present and while ho did not have much to say in the convention was a power in the caucusing and did much to shape the proceeding of the Convention The constitution was amended in some partsand th convention ratified the amendment after considerable debate One great question unsettled was thecontrol of the UptoDate the oflcial organ of the society It was thought that tho settlement of this would bo left r EVERYBODY knows that 4 fthe fl ISh1S largely governed by the start If Js you start right you stand a good chance of a right finish This applies to buying T clothes as well as riding g to hounds if you start your Clothes ==buying by a de= T termination to get the best jg possible for your morley r youll get it That means T that youll start at our U 1 store and finish in one of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx Suits or Overcoats 4 That will be the right Jfinish for your clothes= buy ing because these clothes are right in every way irom start to finish all= 4wool tailored right cor sect In style perfect fitting We sell clothes for all ages and sizes at prices to suit J every purse T I Pu S 44444 4 4 4 44 44 allow opposing opposing toI committee delegates delegates caucus convention president to tlc now president and his staff Another questlonof moment wjis the distribution of pooled crops so as to furnish the varlousmarkets with aIregular supply It will be ono of knottiest problems of till to settle but all feel that with all pulling to gellier tho dlfflaultiesi are not Insur mounlnblo President Barnett asked If there was anyconsthutlonnl pro vision in favor of headquarters being at01ndlanupolls andas therels none I would not be surprised to see thorn moved to1 Louisville Some twentytwo states were represented and under the newt Administration the society is expected to go forward by leaps nqd bountlst nH NttfS BERRY She Did Not Fear Death An old lady on lier seventythird birthday once saidI do not mind getting old and I do not fear death but I live in constant dread of par alysis For some time I have been want Ing to tell you of the great good your wonderful Sloans Liniment is doing AherneUlYlofall your remedies are doing noble work but your liniment beats all In my eight rears experience with medicine j I find none to go ahead of it havIng tried it in very many cases I know nlot one young man a brick mason who suffered from a partial yes almost arma I and now he can do as much work as ev er and ho sings your PtsecveTY day I get all to possibly can and know there 1egreat virtue in it I have helped the sale of your noble remedies about here greatly pod ex themtw oA IIrTOR = A 1ui the The Kind you Nare AJwijfS Beitfit vignaturo LLl+of l i r wl1 ttI l 7 1 FARMERS HEAD CRUSHED INTO JELLY 1 Erie Lloyd Falls From Wagon Near Deanefield and Wheels I Pass Over His Head hitesville Ky Oct 2GOne of the JJoccuredwas that which resulted In the sudden death of Mr Erie Lloyd Saturday af ternoonMr who is a farmer residing near Aetna Ohio county was engaged in a large iron boiler from tho Panther creek bottoms to Deanfleld and While going down a hill near tho latter place the chain holding the boiler In place broke The movement of the boiler threw him from his seat to the ground The wagon wheels passed over his head crushing it A part of his brains were scattered on the ground Death was instanteous Mr Lloyd who was well knowjk leaves a widow and one child- CENTERTOWN JI Oct 30Rev Shultz Brown and Lawrence are conducting a protracted meeting here and much good I will re suItI11Irs W C Smith is slowly recov ering from her recent illness mOTiIIntoV Mr L Geiger Smallhous will be one with ys in a few days Mrs Chester Bishop Auburn Ky is here visiting the family of OMBishop I F M Allen has sold to Dan Luck a neat cottage on East Main street Roy McKinney has sufficiently recovered from his sickness to atten to stare work Mr Carl Shacklett and wife Mc floury are visiting relatives here