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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 r 1itI 1tfo JJttuubtitan Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIlE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY a Subscription I per Year IdFine XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1908 No51 BRYAN THE BOSS AND INGRAT Says National Committeeman Of Pensylvania Guffey Was Attacked by Bryan In fourth Of July Address and He Re sponds in Kind Col James M Guffey National De mocratic committeeman of Pennsylva nia has Issued a statement In response to utterances of W J Bryan In his fourth of July address to delegates to the Denver convention in tai e course of which he attacked Col Guffey The statement of Guffey is as follows In the course of his Fourth of July speech to twelve or fifteen out or tai sixtyeight delegates from Pennsyl vania Mr Bryan made certain oxplc declarations He charged that th Pennsylvania delegation was taken from him by conspiracy against the expressed wish of a great majority of the Democratic voters This statement Is false The State convention voted down a resolution in dorslns ills candidacy by a substantial majority and there is no basis whatever for Mr Bryans assumption that the members of the convention did not accurately represent the voters who had elected them delegates FORCED THE ISSUE Mr Bryan personally forced the issue before the people when In ha contradiction of his boasted policy for noninterference be came to Pittsburg pleaded his own case before thousands In Exposition Hall and put Otis ownI ticket In the field against the candidatesThe I of his fervid appeals was the ejection of three and onehalf Dry an delegates and twentysix and one halt antlPjyan delegates to the State conventicn Mr Bryan further asserted with al solemnity that his opposition tom 0 for National Committeeman was the first instance of any Interference on his Dart in local or States politics I be- lIeve he unctuously declared that the people of each community know better what they want done than any out side person can know HIS KENTUCKY CAMPAIGN Therefore he virtuously observes h has abstained always frpm taking par In these controversies What then wa lastllcampaignor how can he explain his opposition t Mr McGraw in West Virginia or hl begging appeals to Democrats in In diana to defeat Mr Taggart Did he or did he not try to humili ate Roger Sullivan and drive him of the committee Did he or did he not write this letter to his friend Judge O P Thompson of Illinois on July 17 1906 Mr Sullivans presence on the committee contradicts all that we can say in the partys behalf WOULD HARM PARTY His corporate connections would harm tho party far beyond his pose- to aid the organization but this shout be left to some future convention to deal with It he were actually tho choice of the Democrats of Illinois The fact however that he holds his office by fraud and against tho express wishes of a majority of the State convention makes it Impossible for honest Democrats to associate with hint asa member of the committee HIT HIM AGAIN What kind of scrupulous absten tion from interference does Mr Bryan call that and what particular brand of hypocrisy is indicated by the salving words uttered by Air Bryan at the Iroquois Club last December when ho stood up and said We mutt forget the past and work for the future We must forget all and forgive say I have no erhJudge a man by future Is everything to Inc Iwant know what he is going to do in tai future I I Howcan we account for this abrupt chttnge from brutal assault to smirking paiaver4 Had Mr Sullivan changed ryas not his office held up 19061IWhat happened to suddenly m o it possibleofoi 1yltonest Democrats to associate wi th 1lm 1 J y TEI5 iIDELEGATES 1 Simply this as ti to 1 r + nT ftv4 I J 1tJ I 1 n tv1 lxy V v L ply I Mr Bryan waded the illinois dele lion to this convention and to fcomplish tho purpose he did not he saneEasa who shall never be in party orgnni zatlon except over my protest and a bushwacker who should not be pinto my councils to betray me My councils indeed I Is Mr Bryan the whole organization Let the people IroII every office and every resolution of tills convention but also to put t ban upon every man from any Sta who Is opposed to his candidacy or his platform CALLS HIM BOSS Does he turn his vituperation against mo because I aw a boss Nott at all I am no more of a boss than I was during tiehvocampaig when I won his approbation by tryi I to elect him The Only boss ha the boss opposed to his os 1arrogant self tho most impudentdom DemIita corporation man Well1 nm 1j was In 1896 and 1900 and am fords But I have not been connected v 1 corporations There is not a dollar mine In any company witch Is not incorporation of my own private bu Iness and which I absolutelCIIII I trolIII am a corporation man but It isj only when opposed to Mr Bryan tai 11 am considered unworthy of assoc 1 I tion with the one living honest ocrat trOT ALWAYS SO My counsel and my help are uo longer desired It was not always so SertaattorJonI re U r called for financial assistance In vain One was the late Marcus Daly and another was William R Hearst and the third was myself Through his friend and manager grable ii and wo gave freely thousands and thousands of dollars Mr Bryan knew thou and knows now that I was as much of a corps atlon man In 1896 and 1900 as I am In 1908 but did ho scruple abstein iously to use our money to help h canvass Let hint answer at his leIs- ure And what followed tFAWNS UPON HEARST Mr Hearst became thousandst of upon out a qualm though now when again upso I I trap my reward in a brutal attack from the mint who pro Dalfi gratitude of one who accepts a mans assistance and at the first refused to hl31facevituperate assault upon me 11111111I less and restraint The use of exm plosives is clearly unnecessary This rJhurjl 1bo softie iuet to enable any fair mind to determine with certainty nt toof time when harmony is the requisite of j party success who Id violated falsfler who the hllocrttewllItho real and most known in the party and who I regret to add the ingrate Baptist Young Peoples Union The young people of Central Grove met lost Sunday afternoon to organize a BairtUt Young Peoples Union The meeting was a success and resulted in tho enrollment of fifteen charter numbers and the election of the fol- loWing officers President Belle Bcrrymanr First V President Xelllo MqlCcrnan Second V President Lee Tlchenor Secretary Organist Fern Curtis Choir rt LeaderIilr Park Treasurer Llva McKarnan rIlbY young folks have adopted as their own the motto of the great Sun day School Convention We Would Sea Jeans The formal recognition of the Union by the deacons and the pastor Rev G HLawreri6ewill occur Su af tcraoon Juiyvi9 All Urn officers tuid momber5ot IltirttordBeaer Dan unSd oTher neighboring Unions ffi Vitd to be with adrlcefand t ilaiaticen I JB iT IIi r It EQUITY PRINCIPLES ssWILL PREVAIL Echoes From the Meeting o County Union I I Resolutions Beseech Members to stay out of New Or I toganization The Ohio county Union of the A L of E met in regular session at the j Courthouse In Hartford Friday July ii i 1908 The meeting was called to order at 10 oclock a m by President S L j regularnsli nlPresident Stevens appointed the fol on resolutions Jock Miller E G Austin 0 R Tinsley j Watt Taylor Alney Tichenor who i retired to consider resolutions Mr Shultz u member of the stock i committee was called upon and purplealtfIt was difficult to procure i reliOlieds andtmore for chickens than the prices by reason of their prevailinGI produce Moved by E C sec reuport be received and Committee contin 1ued and the people be urged to cooper ate with the committee Motion carried unanimously Moved by E C Baird and seconded by R T Moseley that the delegates present from the districts that haws not elected members of the finance corn mince recommend to the county union someone to be elected by the county Union as member of said committee from that district Motion carried- A roll call of the locals shower 24 rep resentod IoreIIiJ N Shrevc D M Stewart Hardin Hoover each made a rousing speech for the good of the order I On motion delegates were requested I to report how their locals are gettinG Isalong signing the pledges Delegates responded reporting the outlook good j A motion prevailed for adjournment to 1 oclock p m At 1 oclock the meet ing assembled In pursuance tot order of adjournment The committee on resolution being ready repotted us- oft follows I We your committee on resolutions j beg leave to report the following j We favor the pledge that Is ylout and ask the signing of same I 2 We ask President John Cullen toI call the A S of E Green River trlct meeting soon 3 No man shall have any voice or take any part whatever in our A S of E meetings who affiliates new Association of the Green Riverf district until he vindicates 4 We ask the Owensboro Inquirer to publish all communications sent to them by our newspaper correspondent j our local unions of Ohio Co anti give us a fair show and hearing 5 We heartily endows the speech made by J Campbell Cantrlll ourj State President at our Fraternal Bar becuo him to come in to our midst 6 againJIn a live telephone system owned and con trolled by tho people which is gllngII entire satisfaction o would urge the people in other sections to take upt the matter in similar way while they yet have poles of their own and 1110I in a position to be their own masters jt of the situation and we would roc ommend that the Ohio county union employ a man to work up the tele phone interests In Ohio Co lay the l plans before tho people for uniting the different cooperatlvo exchanges with one another and where practical to j unite with other home telephone com panles II WATT TAYLOR Chmn J L MILLER Sec Moved by Albert dpx and seconded by J P Foster that the report of the committee be received and the same considered by sections Motion carI tied Section one was read and LIlUillei beIIlni 4 in its adoption Section two was read and after considerable discussion was adopted Section three was read i Its adoption moved After some discussion a motion wall made that the resolution be tabled The inotldn waiI jlost After considerable discussion the foufr The resolution was unanimously adopt cd Resolution five was read end un animously adopted Resolution six was read and unanimously adopted Mr David Morehind reported that as chairman of the finance committee of 1905 and whereulonlaa committee be appointed to settle1 with Mr Morehind and pay him and other commitctincn for those and all others who are entitled to aii thing out of this fund and that the remainder be turned over to tai county treasurer Motion carried an I the president appolned D Ford T I Tanner and Alney Tlchenor member- of the committee On motion anti second a vote of thanks was extended to the ladles pros tent I Moved by R r Moseley land seconded by George hors that the County Union emI ploy someone Ito organize and revive lo cal unions of the county and that ho bo serlcesIMotion carried j Moved by J W Senderfur and sec i onded by Georgq neighbors that president S L Stevens and expresident desigmated going work Motion carried Moved by Jas H Ambrose and sec onded by Hudson that hereafter al parties being interested In wool and stock production govern In fixin the price on same Motion carried Tho committee appointed to settle with Mr Morcland reported as follows We find that he has in hand 112285 against which Mr Moreland has expense account of 7345 making no charge for ser jdcse O R Tlnsley for service J500 John P Foster 700 total 8545 leaving a balance of 3740 which Is turned over to the County Treasurer The report was unanimously adopted D Ford for Hartford Magisterial District H D Iturch for Sulphur Springs Byron Wethers for Fordsvllle Watt Taylor for Centertown T F Tanner for Buford C C Thomas for Cromwell and Q S Southard for Rock tort were elected by the respective districts and ratified by the County Union as members of the finance committee for the ensuing year lltheJuly 18th at Hartford On motion the meeting adjourned IICI IHAVEI With Gray Out Kentuckian is The Choice of the Majority Of Delegates Denver Colo July 6The lvelet vice president boom in Denver Is that I of Olllo James Kentucky It was sprune about daybrwtk this morning by the Massachusetts CCnlIl1Jti lIt other Eastern delegates who say andI will support Mr James without tancy If he will come out and make Ii a tight for the honor IItootherwise unanimous choice of the I convention can be considered out of I running All the delegates want Gray and many of them have an nbldI ug faith that a condition will arise force his acceptance The James boon Is strictly u pu + lion among delegates Ho is a clOieiI friend of Mr Bryan nod u good straight Democrat Ho appeals to lIVery Democrat on the and is cheered to the echo as he ugh his i way through the hotel lobb j Kentucky said Mr James tonight n discussing his vice presidency can I ra1l1beyondcould strengthen the ticket it would be where it is not needed In no souse of the word am I a candidate earl I wUUtaket the convention floor it tho occasion arises and tell thoi delegates that PyVi second place oh the ticket shouldigotoamanWho cansfmigtlhen th partytffn they Stateain whdelirro needLvlifesJY a I L HITCHCOCK WILL BE CHAIRMAN I I Manager of the Republican Campaign Selected I j Representatives of Defeated Allies j Have no Objections to Washington Man i Hot Spring Va July iflIe Sub Committee of the Republican Nationals Committee will meet here tomorrow theyre a se electedei and Rpreesentatlve McKln i ley of Illinois will be trade Treasurers i or the National Committee HellreselltaIthe Fairbanks section McKinley of Illinois RelreselltatheI of the Cannon sentatlve Burke of Pennsylvania who represented the Knox candidacy way that they have no obectlons to Hitch cock In the case of Mr McKinley there is but one sentiment and that Is In his favor for the office of Treasurer Mr McKinley has long been considered for the treasurership but as he is Treas urer of the Congressional Committee It was for some time supposed the op- Position to have him leave that work would operate against his selection 1lint that objection has been overcome proposition that he should be- n isgcom mittee in closer relationship and that a single Treasurer would be in line with that policy Mr Taft spent the entire afternoon today In a series of conferences Flrtt Representative Burke Pennsylvania had a long talk with him and then Senator Hemenway and Representatives on were closeted with him for two hours Finally Powell Clayton Na tional Committeeman for Arkansas and a member of the Executive Com mittee and Richard C Kerens of St Louis talked with him At the end of these conferences Mr Tail mounted his black horse aid with Frank B Kellogg rode up the mountain side just as a storm bury forth and torrents of rain came down FOR THE BUSY READER r One man was killed a woman fatally Injured and damage amounting to 30 I Wll1laploded Madlfconvllle Ky went dry Vedl nesday by thlrtyieven majority The campaign waged between the local option advocates and the nulls was warm The condition of 11011111Ilwe Improbable that he will be able to take part In the call1JlaljnI 11red Singleton an engineer of NewJ when appraised by police of that he was wanted to swear out I warrant for the arrest of the mur infOlnchmatlseized with convulsion nut died soon att011IdIr The Resolutions Committee of the Democratic Convention at Denver spelt the entire day at work upon the plat sUbcommlt1tee led and committees of three were j named to write Individual planks The tariff plank was submitted approved It calls for an tt utecel reduction of the duties on all ossifies of life on nil articles man IIfactured by trusts and singles out print paper and wood pulp as satiates wWoh should be on the free list 31 Deaths from Heat in New York i In 36 Hours New York July 7A smart southerly breeze that followed In the troll of a mild summer storm today filter ed through New Yorks sunbaked rallefIfromed nearly twosscores of persons has I prostrated hundreds and filled tho citys hospitals and held the popula forLover a Fpurtecn persons succumbed to the heat today a total of thirtyone deaths front the cause within the last thirtysix hours Scores were prostrat ledtodayThe reached 92 degrees tit noon at the weathr bursar which Is located In a down town skyscraper but many thermometers on the streets found the mercury hugging the 100 mark Cooler weather Is promised fo tomorrow rReal Snake Story ofIsnakes This morning as I wont to lily spring to get a bucket of water there was a big highland moccasin lying by the spring She run up under some toots and I failed to got her I went to the house and tied a large fishhook to a polo and went outIa little beyond and gave a Jerk I got her too 1 killed her and on exam nation found her to be full of little snakes I got them all out and killed them I then counted them and there were CO little ones and tho Me one making 70 in all Only just a few but facts just the same O E WADE June 27 190S Eye witnesses James Raley Mrs Bell Haley Mrs Minnie Moore Mrs Sallle Wade LOADED WHEAT SHOCKS WITH DYNAMITE To Force Settlement of Claim of Tenent Against Landlord An Interesting caw was brought up before Judge Owen this morning when B T Birkhead and Steve Hagan came to him for settlement of did grievances says Mondays Owonsboro In quirerHagan was a tenant on Birkheadd farm about four miles southeast of the city Hagun put out a crop and several weeks ago Blrkhoad bncamo dissatisfied with Hagan cud obtained a writ of possession against him Hagan moved to town before tho writ was served and when the thresh ling crew began to work on Birlcheads wheat it Is said that Hagan notified them that he belonged to an associa then which had loaded three of tho shockH with dynamite std if they heIThe crew quit work and Hlrkhead started negotiations with Hagan for settlement He offered him 10 and andIcornHagan did not think this was enough and Arthur Clarke ass select lIIFinally Judge Own ordered him to jail for three hours for contempt of court- i With the jail bar a reality Hagan weakened He agreed to arbitrate and he agreed to remove the loaded wheat shocks In aduilieo It was decided to leave the settlement of the matttor In dlemie will t nlghbor as referee both parties o Rhine by IntoI re estedjcompelled to sit on ttop of the thrash ing machine while the wheat Is bung threshed hut this will probably not be made a part of the agreement Notice The undersigned committee for Ohlc county will on Saturday July IStli OIthe lowest and best bidder grading for about one mile on the Hartford and Contertown road beginning at Hartford Tho contract will require the orIand we will reserve the right to reject and and all bids Plans and specifications engineerJoffice E M WOOWARD ROWAN HOLBROOK S T BARNETCTf I Committee v TILE ROLE OFMTRO- THER AMONG PARENTS Suggestions to Maueuvering Mammas and Lassplng Papas The most eminent naveUatshave not scrupled to give the mother first place In literature as a matchmaker They have held that her busine talent along that line ill usiai111nnt as It is unscrupulous and thy have pried Into and exposed her various methods praising or blaming them according to their humor written that does not eonvby to the mother some subtle com liliment for her prose s at match makng Thle dowager with half t doze n daughters to starry ort fluttering 111 the face ot the inellglble like an angry hen keeping the younger girls 11 socks and short frocks till tie older ones have tlurd their prizes In t1e matrimonial lottery adroitly plats nlng ctmpttgns taking suitors and fI iially binding tine suitors thenttelve to her trluutphaet Iurlot wheels Is a famtfnr figure tJ every novel reader Even In America where daughter s are nllllOsed to be well able to lookout for themselves the mother play I n0 unimportant part to providing suit a l11e husbauds for der progeny Lacking II rnotner the fitler bas usually been eonrdered the bet sub stttute as an advaore agent and bust ness manager far t fullly ot chug tern WII know hot df eNy old Lady I Kew ridiculed tae east eltgrble of aee granddaughters lovers and the adro t hel111I0thertnlaw aliitheslstors brilliant nuhrbea must be IlUt down whether tuey tcknowletlge It or not There is nothing even faintly suggestive of niatcbmakhng In the broth ers getup He Is ostensibly conI temptouous of his sisters charms he doesnt hesitate to tell finer Just wbat i he thinks of iter In setlson and out of season and when he invites Jlmmt- Gorrox e or Billy Croeus to spend z weekend with hint he certainly has no avowed intention of milking brotherInlaw of hImIHere Is the lilt of fiction nlCesQrvI to snake the match Ktrlke In the cae of the tulher and mother there Is a- orerwholuiing anxiety to throw the wouldbe lovers together In fact they cant vory well escape each other They are thrust at aarh other at eprv turn and a mutual tltstarte Is as of ten as hot the result tint with thI brother calling down anathema on his Sisters toad fir heng a spoilsport and malting all sra It plans to separate the lNtir and keep them apart the result Is quite toe revorse They wtl stool ollllOrtunH iI o he to other the poor brother is look WallIt the unlit s aonet enough to so knowledge her imtrbtrlutlss It IS he- brothIII t who eOOle + hi tll the bIg slice of the wedding cakeM11oit or the tonne from families to WUCI ett are no broth IIII1Ykalasso but the lack or a brothor to for age tOlloceDtiy flr tletl has dormled thaw to aiagle eulletwe 6 ill thor dm Therefore ifi sailers faurllr Is deter tuned to marry off ta daughters Is tint aoaVt a tiro her for them an 1id shell he 1Ketbly nwlell unt1 t The broth + in till home is the- eI that auraea others fir t topt iER uuLeat school day WM 11 t receew wttn tht tiuagstr a get a bite o I J tilE lII lent when he Id at tta niarriege of tia- y t ter wita ia favorite bItr ill1 I a UAeflleet members of Uto houle I d In the matdunIltIDE line aZ11 t e sooner he I rMCogIJJzld ail slid litAt e fliel wit be as lot and the aUlolUl affil be jia pirentsN e- Yort Time It Roaochod the Spot i aJr E ifumphrey who owns a large general stere at Outega 0 and IS pro I TelephowCoCo of Pike CounY 0 aaye ot U Kings New rJ covy It saved n- niife once At IfJit I tunl It did It teemed to reach tnospotthe vary seat of tnycoughwhea orerythlii tilgufallft1 Ur Kingx ew Dlsoorer y t not only roaches the cough spot It hails t1l0fOre pot athl tho weak spot S- In throat lungs and chest Sold ullqr L guarantee at all druggists riOc and 3100 Trial IJOttls free mI Wonders of tile Human Brainc The human bran is the most marvel 1 ous machine In Ito world stys HarIIes pers MagazIne It occupIes less spacet In proportIon to this CllabIUtics than any tnachlnq It over invented It d sands n spfSJal nerve to every ultlmat- 1IIer e ot some 500 muscles to many ina+ J ui- i Yv thousandbranchiax twigs or arteries to every pinhead ujea or the numerou- gtailds which keeps the ntachfad pro party oiled healed or cooled to som IG square feet of skin which Is thl outpost guard or Its castle with sue completentsstbat the point of In phi can not find sit area un11rded I possesses special quarters tor the reo ceptlon and translation of n const1nl product of aU things movable and sill fa the outer world On the retina 01 every open eye to a picture of stn outer ilex a focussed imprint of ever+ ray ot light and color and In the visa al chamber or the mental poises stand a rlbrascope a magic lantern tha receives the retinal Iduture iu Us bU lion speeding series Ot light wares as them Its mental scree tiasshade and color In the chamber or sound ls a vibraphone over whose ac fire wires passes every ware or soon from the drJPlllng of the dew to tbu orchestral totihtsimo from the s sigh11Ugistet service guards to trart upon the air and food whisk gives sustenance te Iuallider ot all wonders this complex hu man brain can think In all languages or In no language and even 1s own physical mortalityTktro Free Press J Other Long Cheering At Political Conventions recentlIthat atmoug stances of prolonged applause followhrg tae nondnntion Qf his 1ll1Ie were 1S5IS G tlirt two minutes Mark Hanna St Louts 1St6 tWln tytour minutes Theo Iloosevenl Pinjladelpltla 190- 0frty minuteslWm thirtysix minutes John Sharp WlIlIllus Kansas Cit 1900 twentytwo mInutes Benjamin It TUmu arras CJt+ 1900 twentylOur minutes Theo Roosevelt Chicago 1941 forty seen ndnutcAT bao noon FOR IT LAST WEEK June 30Mr Arthur Ilurdett an lllss Glary Chambers visited at Black ford last Sunday Mr and Airs John Rherdon and son Wilbur spent last Sunday with Ir and airs Whlncry Miller ot Habit 1t Reuben hillier Hollanll and slst Amy of WhltcIvllll dined with ills Undp Robert aiillcr Thursday dlr mid Mrs Iieury MI1Ulytp ami WhttlJstllelSunda 1ed last SllurtlaY Those were air and Mls Arthur IlresentI Family Mr J W Ford mid 11111SkinJer1i Guy aBdkf attended church at Pellville SUlldaIair loin iss Enuaa Hinton visited acre tram 1rldsy until SundayIellttlosI Mr Joan Midkiff Iords + 18 I ulno Givenl of OwcnsbolO alt t tag at Mr Grant 1Bdkfts1- trK Henry llenklns died Thurstt- aa1 y Will buried at St Thomas Coon tar 1lattes HaWe and Mabel Mfller t111t I 1aulsyd bttI- nsI I or the pant to weeks I Ivy Floyd and Vile spent Frl FIydeJI Phillipsf 811 lals1 dinIter1Ir and airs SyreAted Itnues m- dbJ John Henry Mrs Stwnte Brow n and Mr and Mrs It rI Miller bxer S SlturdJy a gift and attended tile rally at lrtcl111 Mays OASTODJABUrl the 1111 Ki d Vas NJrt Alt als BolfgI- tnatarS IPc u YFaire Fight with Night Riders tugtL ta Ky July 2County Judge Lra lord and County Attorney Kimwy ave adjourned tho lOurt ot Inquiry hat was called to probe Into tbo a leged attempting kldtuppiug or Iews Kinney and tho battle that followed letween the night riders and soldiers At vin oqury Jt developed tai t tilo- J on soldiers who were s atwH11I the Lawls Kinney farm killed n hlcken wturnled n piece ot cloth- tlth I the blood slncad It over the bush then fired their guns a number ot hillS and showed Kinney the ev- denco of lit battle with the rfrs etc Covington soldiers admit red the deception practiced on Innryllying they wanted to scare him r 3 I ADOPT SAFE TARIFF PLANK iI 10 ryotible and Just Ylcforfr t IThe Protective i r h Policy uvtbeenestirred Irom Its firm anchorage roar doctrine of Protection to home itidus trtlS Tar essenUal part of the Repiitt l lfcan Thrift plank reads as follotis- i In all Tariff legislation the true traindrained by we imposition of such dues ns will equal the difference be txeen the cost of prodtlcgou at home und abroad together with a reatan ydfaor the establishment ot niaxintun and minimum nnntimum an aanninistiiredaby the PrtJsldent under liutita dons fixed In the law maxi meetIItlto normal uteaaur eof Produttnon Ir- tIInP That Is sound doctrine That ex n atitthat any Protectlonut asks for Anti consolationj expresSiredjvvillch will most ertaUnly prevail III this couuUy for at least some year s ifIcountry who Imagine that there i e the slightest chance or the electon I of Bryan at the end ot his thin ailiInterest by any impairment or Plv section It what they Lope for or feat could by any wsslblllty happen tile present Congress would adjust the ariff as Republicans desire before gas ag out of office and all the power ot Democratic darkness could not change It- Wilat our peoplo have now to do 1 to consider what they need In tit mlnillulII Tariff It moro Protection Is found essential to their prosperity for It and present the arguments he maximum Tariff we need not other about Congress can be depn- j ded on to make the differential fur treatmentdacces to our market and wo know of no cu- try which does not so desire The minimum Tariff Is to be the normal Tarm That is to say It Is to afford Protectioe n t Protectionists ask for And tile Re publican party will give ItSan Fran cisco Chronicle A Fireless locomotive One ot tile most recent Inventions In- 10cul1lothes Is the fireless engine now used In Germany It Is entploycd for hunting work only and IK driven by ore man The tank uf thee ngrne IS filled with Itecm from a genrrttlu forIboiler acrnrdirg to the Lnndoa Glob o Is first tilnelluarterH nilIll + tl Nap arrested w Uur alll thou the stcau lit admitted and thoroughly mixed The strain Is admitted at a ptesur- of 1jO paund on the square 1111 ant1 It Is found that only halt an ors Ilholo of too neesurc t81st q tns lerring from the pox o hue = c J tae eIlnJ The filling lIIIIlS tg a or ten minutes CENTERTOWN NO R001 FOR IT LAST WEI K lure 30Quarlollr uticiig here next Sanrda anl Sunday Jiise HUla ll111a uf HanlinNburg has clll ell II uetf hlltehcta hrtc sal rt- Jturncl to tier hattie 11111 Leta lIlltry 1101 rUIId to her route n1Iirdilliburg atttr iIlIlug several drys here YlNltag the fautlly of Ur liakor fllJCUtIUlt111anaey Mr Crter and x Ife 1laxu are here rsthg tier daugatr 3 U J 1lulieuueyMiss IItII 11eIIemy MltcdI IICClast titerjNon nn LnmtNVtlie last well COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE INO nOOlIFOIt IT LAST 11ErI July 1Rev Cecil Stevens ot Hart ford preached n very lnterc ttng serItuon here Saturday njgntIMr Lonnie Sandertur and wife visit ed airs SJuderfurs Parents Saturday j SURE CURE For All Dilellel o- fSTOMACH LIVER a KIDNErs 4 night and3anday Mr WptJQ togtrs who has been 111 for someljhnelts slowly Iptfrj g 1lfse 1Vlitu ra Stevens uf ligrtford is vlsitlAg tIer cousin stirs OryliU- tevens U S j tIlls week Little Miss Sume Taylor who InS beer vtslting ill our mIdst Sfurd1YIMr J L Alter and fannly vlsed relatives near Concord Saturday and Suadag Aunt Betrey BUISEf S aged 9t years Jd Uncle J7bn K Ogles y aged 92 yeas both or this nvgib ritood died Juno 23rd Aunt Tletsey was burled I tt the Rogers buryfag ground and Uncle Johns remains were inter It West ProvIdence Tuesday after uan thelecrops Sundady nowsatarted ill very aucesfuly rJ the second quarter Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates tlxed for holding the Kentucky Fairs tor 1908 astnr as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 236 days WinchestEr August 94 nays Danville Augusts r3 days Lexington August 105 days Unlontox August 116 days Ilurkcavllle August 114 days I I1roadhrod August 123 days daysIi daSIiDarbourllle August 193 days August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 251 days ElIzabethtown August 253 days Shelbyville August 2G4 days Burlington August 2GI days Germantown August 266 days Morgantown August 2j3 days Somerset September 14 days 3Porte September 16 days Hardlnsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days dayseHartford September 9t days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days un nnu The Louisville TimesIs the IA est afternoon paper publish etl anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times to 5 a year but yu u can get the Hartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville It Times Both One Year FOR 500 SIX MONTH 260 Sackalhe laeJlUo etc r and TRADCMARKS ptV ohtaled In- alleountdeornoteel wobaIAPATENTS- THAT PAY deeruethmthoroethtya- tours+ od roe bsure rorrraeatay030 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON Q C If wcak nrornout- e 11CrS0115 cannot S1CCpi- r have indigestion head ache neuralgia or peri odic pains It is bccau u your nerves are wean It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectlybecome sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores putsthegans to do their work Almost three years I suffered from 1nervousness Utdlgestlon palplta heart I could not eat or sleep with comfort or walk or talk wasInseem to do me any good I ltad tried so many remedies that I dIet not have much hope of of them doing me any good Dr Mlles Nervine was has Invigorated my whole system I nm very grateful because since I have bIRH HOWARD FORD 60 Summit tve Worcester Mass tint bottle will benefit Ii It fins he will refund your money Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFOR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAorOil1 OR MONEY BEPUNDED II Minute Cough Cure for CeuNffti Colds and Group A Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief it Once cleanse soothes protectshe brnae resulting front Catarrh and drives away n Cola ill the Ilcad quickly IteIu 1 Uu centay ia U UAO rJp U UOw- OwV Wd7A9A4- AO a 4RSupplyCo i cupchtcr t 41I 7bitartferd I V ba b Hardware lVachinepr and all KIIIdS4t- Y bi of Fanning 111plelllelltS e tb1 4We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake lu material and 4i workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore 44 recommend all our vehicles Can mgke prices to suit all customers tf b 4 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Dlonnt True Blue 43 and Moline with nil repairs for same 44 A full lime of fence wire Steel and Felt Rooting Myers Deep b 4 welt Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drllls Also nil kinds l 4ot Field Seeds p- We handle the following well known brands ot Wagons Mitch bfe- 11 Mogul mount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee bitC1t Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers t tCrLECTRIB flITTERS II mlckRetlefandCrreforHead alt Malaria Dizziness iiI + ropol1d Nerve rSick and relieftrainonlyrelieved nbsolutelyno yourdruggllt ReliableRemedy rePoste Thebe t bate CwMhe gMealela f th lilt eta Ie alaraatad1l t hI I 5i I PaIDIjs l1fl t i CfiIIARiTTU1tH T1Y a- BAPI JET F SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY b ut practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adJoining count ties and Court of Appeals Special at tntlon given to aU bustness entrusted to their care Colloetlons and the Pac I tlce of Criminal and Real Estatejaw l Specialties Office In Republican build ling FRANK Le FELIX Attorney atLaw IHARTFORD KY In Ohio and In the Cburt of Appeals Criminal practice and Col Herti CHAS M CROWE I AWYRR HARTFORD KY Will practice his protession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counttes and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal yractlce and Republlcanbuilding JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW KYIcollections making abstracts c also Notary Pub lic for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD I KY FederalCourt toAlso4fflce over Williams Urlll Stern M LIt5AYHIN TRNititvnonwM- lAEAVRIN WOODWARD OCt1eO 3 a a HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and givenlice next door to Bank of lIarttord YANCY LiMOSLEY- ATTDRNJY I AT LAW HARTFORD KY theCourtsand In the Court of Appeal AIao No NattonalDank W B BAnylis S A ANDfmsotl ANDERSONI HARTFORD KY theyhaveLice of Law In alt court State and Federal with offices south side of Main HartfordKyaffecting Titles to Real Estato will be given special officeWS A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE lUISSUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 13- 7JAMESC BENNETT 10 Box 125 IInrtorl- llyLICENSED AUCTIONEER propertyble Your vatronage solicited we JOHN BLAIR Buford Hy LICENSED AUCTIONEER propertyble Your patronage solicited lR model rcolimaaeoaqPabAt Isfriinemst Poetics Exclualnlr HI bIaWAIUQT 0c I aw l1t CAN REGULATE Itt a4aR ityShould be i rir We Sh uld Prnit bl Past Ex Eeriene anl Pus WorkI WeIIQCun njNurrov6ky Tulle30jTo the Mmi belt cf the A S of E In the Ore1 I Hlvti Dinl0fc it rjems to me thit j at the preayemiltlero lire coiuK f tlojij coufjuiitng us thaJ should cause every one who has at un time 11greatpuipceo of proUotlng Gill our vuriou i InahiiU us farnvers s well tai Lhose intertutcd in th vtlfare of LI farther to look W 11 to the preservation t of our beloved hocle y We know that I considering the great and unprecfdeiit ed achlevenuiils of the soul Ly III the j last tour yiflrs while working along I lines that were vtry new to us and laboring to apply principles III whlwi I wo were not well educated nnd wi h a I considerable number of fanners ju some of our coiiiKieij not eooper bing with us that we have been able to I astonuh the world in tine way of ben llrlcIIIIJ up w a that knows no such thing as dttieat In EccompKshing the grand purposesi for which we have been laboring the rlsilL of tribe glowers to make lhI price that If ww would only ttand firm and nvaintuin that degree of I unity that is efcs aiUal to sucwsi In Inaugurating any gnat reform that We would only profit bOUI past exper lence nt we ehould that if we would be both considerate and diUberatie and would apply our time and our italenida in an effort to Improve or amend our plans as eXIHrk nee shows is neces try and would get busy in an effort ito op ply the principles of our gruu so cley to the marketing of all our crops instead of narrowing down ito Just one strop js a great many urn in cllned to do how great would be the possibilltlefi of the society we can j hardly forecast Just lAlnk of the opportunities lying ttrcund us for ap plying Nee principles of the A S of K to pur great adranltag Think how i easily the producer of wool could have pu millions of dollars into their pockets this seafon by con roll ing the marketing of their wool ss we should Also jUt think of the mill ions of dollars hut have been last bI the farmers of our country hi the last eight months in the price of our hogs and how easily the sliMiailon could hive been coittrolled hud the whole coufiitry been orginlwd as iti should be Feeding highpriced eosin to lowpriced hogs has dmuoiujruted the great need of organlzafion In view of the foregoing und many tr her things could be menWoiud let nic ap IIO1Itrine dont be Induced to leave our splendid organization for any oincropr organization President Berry of the I new organization says Us up to the cqultyities This U courteous y t W11 agrees with him most IreaiWly It stcmis to me that Ks been so all J the time If anything real and subMantm Is to be accomplished when wo think of the great btiuefljs that have born received a our expense by EOIUS who would now presume to btcomu leaders and how oaiily iluy could hivc lifted the burdens item hf shoulders of the battle ecurrcd wtelans of the last four years but would not Now 1 am not fighting the new orguviza tion became sonic say we mils irot fight It frifm8 thai the policy of some is you just hold still while the doter fellow decs you I am for a fair deal If 1 am snot I am ready to Lt shown President Berry says the A3 of E must be malntialnied because this tobacco organization Is becoming a national question and that it will takfi a nai tonal organization Ito handle it Ytrt when thsre Usa nranlfefit dLspod tlon upon the pant of some to drop the local uniou and to have the new organization to supersede the A S bf E not a word has tho president or any or the promoters of said organi ratIon uttered a word to check that tendencyIthnsbeenurgedlhy eomeof the pro tuotera of the new organization that tlbe move would be toe means of ex 1Igand solidifying the A S of u if60 flia time that Influence was F at work Otherwise you cannot expect the support tpf tile A Si ofE p ophi Some wantXo j1nt e new organization awe ttfliey my It does not cost ihitm anyfhlng to bea mwnbeir This is very misleading and I pfedictthat df tt were jeitabUafed and the local unions knoched out and x wefbkiFireSot toniakilng a house toti n 8 of the whuledlarlot clrclievrr 11 r pit 11y StA rlhlEd1c 1 p eljlclde tfmairaattttag tM- R ur 12 HtJito etc bltwe for the is mvtard estrln in mault Ivatf iUfitlftQt cVnt 1ii9 Jr ua1 I1IOUlIword in concluriin Lei nxr ui8 ill in mbds of the A S of T- tt htf uU raid jour data Icr 19is 1 f Yrur locals and pay up to we will all bo entitled to represen- 1151tur In the coun y Stite and natConj kt hvJcint some of which are ua tar off We cannot afford to drop cut in order to try some queslilouableI schtme M or WYSOX TOO LATE FOR LAST WEEK July 2Severlll of the Farmers are done laying by their cornIilr Catcs who iWlhaniK Interest In I fxitig it t j gJ to threshing next week wasToutI Gus Ilcrtcn talon his plco July 1st for lira next four Jlins Pearl Davenport vittd cr sister Mrs Ellen Kiiignt TULKCV id WednesdayMr Helton took dinner at R Y Davenports Wednesday Mr Tom Gruffs lied a petty at his house Saturday nightIMiss Curll Mej1IonryMrs Liz Sunders spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs Baggcrly and Tueal day night with Mrs EmiiTii Greet I Mrs Sabra Nelson spent Saturday with Mrs A J DanmJortIMr Jim spent Sunday with their sane and wife DJveIlIJOItI with SaturI Mr hula Brown Is very ill with the Typhoid fever People are busy picking and canning berries in this partot the country I Miss Minnie Wakeliind Paradise is staying with Mrs Effle Mr Rub Payton BrownIDavenport wl1eh ARNOLD- NO ROOM FOR IT LAST WEEK June E9The farmers of this com munity are nil through taking care of their wheat and oats and are now busy laying by their corn Quito a largo crown attended church hit Mt Liberty Sunday they were pleasantly surprised to heir their old I friend Rev J N Likens of Ctncyville lead the beryices Messrs John and Marlon Shultz and B K Renfrew of near this place were in Caneyvillo Saturday on business Every one imported a pleatunt time that attended the picnic at Spring Lick Saturday Sunday School nt Antioch is ITho quite a success Oscar Crabb Is painting his mothers house this week he says it will be the nicest house around when ho gets through Miss Effie Arnold and her mother wore pleasant callers at her Uncles J W Arnold Sunday afternoon Mr Jluncs Coy of tills place visited his fattier George Coy of Brooklyn Sat SundIl of CMneyville joined Neafus Saturday nigh Why They Applauded Among iho side lights of tho Oiilcago convention the New fork Press cor respondent flashed the following Not prom the delegates but from those In tho balcony and tho upper gallery came shrill applause when Senator Burro v referring to the question of Tariff revision snidIt would not be such as to extinguish the fire in a single American mill or deny just and adequate Protection to American industry and labor The cheers were stronger than for that portion of his speech where he praised the Amri can navy Probably this applause came from per Pie who were waiting for employment in mills factories and Workshops to be started up again when full and ade quate Protection shall have been re stored Clock with a Tingle Wheel Aclock with but a single wheel is de scribed In Work It was constructed by a Los Angeles clockmaker and Its single wheel is more correctly describ ed as a perforated disc which is kept under rotary tension by two weights Inplace of a pendulum and gearing theltyone inch steel balls are used which operates consecutively When the timepiece is set and of the metal balls isc ausde to descend in zogzag fashion the other After the ball has descended to the lower plate Its course is directed in such a way that i enters one of the holes at the lower end of the perforated disc releasing the disc and then proceeding in its rotary motion the space of one hole The time consumed by this operation Is limited to one minute thus the disc Is pierced with sixty olstor one hoiirX time The forward motion and stopptngtsetreoted by the un= locking and ockll1Of a spring area = rc a r 1 ha p THE WORLD OF HOMER Ancient Idea cf the Earth end lla Margin cf later 1Iet us consider for one moment wbni Of tho world was not Indeed at the earliest period of which wo have any knowledge hut at tbo dawn- of written history or of written Ulster peoploImuch of tbe earth The world of Ho mer was n email Cat surface In which civilization was hemmed In by foreign races who again were surrounded by a great ocean or rlvdr over which 00I man bad ever passed Tho world of which Homer had nny definite notion hnrdlyinorth and which scarcely Included tbe Levant rind tbe Islands In the Aegean generalacI ern Africa He hud heard as was only natural of Egypt whose civilization hud made such marked advances und was exercising so much Influence He had some knowledge of the great river on whose recurring floods Egypt depends for her prosperity He hud even beard of the pygmies and of the Htulu plans who dwelt higher up Its stream Some reports hud reached him of southern Italy But It Is hopeless to attempt to fit the geography of Homer to the actual facts If a man were to search today for the precise spot on which Captain Lemuel Gulliver was wrecked In tbe first of his famous voy ages he would find that the Ulllput of Swift wns In the heart of Australia quoteIthe great contrast between the outer I geography of Homer and the facts of thatIrai we know the heart of the European continent to lie It Is another Indication of the small tenIthe concluding episode was not us even has described It one of the opening chapters of the great struggle which has endured throughout historic times between east and west but a contest between men of common origin It Is not n mere poetical II cense which makes Greeks und Ro mans nddress one another In the same language Yet the world of small as It seems to us nouwrj to him Compared with the oceans which men now traverse tin Mediterranean Is but a little landlocked sea The Mediterranean of the Iliad was only the Aegean yet for Homer It had terrors which the Atlantic has nut for usSir Spencer Wnlpole hi Con temporary Review l Jacks BagI hrllgadeby the errN of The Lucky Rug even I as that of the corps of cadets ut West Point bears the military appellation of The Howitzer On board ship In kept what Is culled a lucky hag Into this are put all sorts of articles that tire left around the decks or out of their proper places by the men At tbe end of each month the lucky bug Is opened and the men who have lust different articles gather around It In the hope that they hove been lucky enough to have trod their possessions find their wary Into the lucky bag At the end of the month the bag generally Is tilled with a great variety of articles Inuit are jackknives pairs of show plugs of chewing tobacco sewing kits caps photographs writing materials and so on through practically the entire list of the sailors possessions New York Tribune JINGO NO ROOM FOR IT LAST WEEK July 1 Farmers are very Lucy w their crops Health generally good Rev P D Vaughn filled Is s ea lar appointninct at Coucud Situru v and Sunday Misses Mary and Arpy 1ivcii ts Id- In the Concord nolgbuoiiiood Stiurd and Sunday and attended church ami Sunday hool at that place Mr John L Allen wife and daughter Francis visited his parents Mr and Mrs Jerome Allen Ssttuiduy and Su dayA A Murphy and wife Sulphur Springs attended church at Concord Sunday F G Patton wife und daugiitos Misses Cllffle and Matinee Horton visited here Saturday and Sunday Mr H M Ashby Horton was tit Concord Sunday Several of the soldiers were here Sunday Some of the girls look sad since they went away Nasal Catarrh an infllmmaHon of the delicate membrane lining the air passages is not cured by any mixtures taken Into the stomach Dont waste time on them Take Elys Cream Balm through the nostrils so that the fe vered swollen tissues are reached at once Never mind jhow long you have suffered nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys Cream Balm Is the remedy you should use All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bro 56 Warren Street Now Yor- kT InMesnfojy On Sttnday morning May 3 1908 n friend whispered Owen Duvall It dead He died al Fortress Monroe Va Owen had served three years lathe U S Army his time having expired lila loved ones were looking forward to a happy reunion But alas for poor iJ h I I I a t i +++++++++M +a +++++++ +++++++ ++ras+f+ ta r+ + + ++r + I THE KENTUCKY II Light and Power Cot i + INCORPORATED tl I WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE fiT COST ii+ 4 0 It ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN+ + j HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOMEt tOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD i BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN+ tIiI REACH + ofI I E G BARRASS Manager I + of 2 deIWHEN a country becomes civilized il typewriters When it becomes posted on comparative values it demandsITHE SMITH PREMIER TypeIThe fact that The Smith Premier writer is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further that the demand increases year after year tactIThe reputation of The Smith worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier Ypuwriter G- oIlnuor t nrrrtacllS- 21 Pine St ST LOUIS MO WANTEDA RIDER AGENT INUCHTQWK and ride and district exhibits to sample Latest Model Rancer furnished by m Our agmls cYUJWbue are money tart Hritt for fullparticular and rialqrratwee I Wesbiptor allow TKN UAVS FHEKTUIAL durinewhidi time ride tne bcjcle and put It to any test you wish H you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle ahp itback to us at milMl te nttne ctnt one profiitaeboveeaactu bicycles it is possibleFACTORY PRICES earat small l factory cost You lieto sal middlemens profits by direct cf us and have the manufacturers cuar antee behind your bicycle DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of ittiivmaxjicrj Jactnyjdrawhen you noire oar cataOiCe udnullylowlrautweunmakethin any other factory We are satisfied ilhCD profit above lapory cost BICYCLE KAIKKS you can sell our bicycles under your own tame puts at doubleour prices uraeri tilled the received HKCONI 1IANI UICYCLKS We do not rtnilarly handle second hand bicycles but Qusually tune a number on land taken In trade by our trail stores These we clear out ra ing from tI to IIII or tHO De lisls mailtd Irre andCOASTER50 HEDCETHORN e o SELFHEALING TIRES TOIN MCDUCEoPAIRI The regular retail price otthtu urn it fSJO per arbuttoinlroduttwewilt ItllJO aalllll parlor SI80cah wit IIorkrU5JI NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURESI NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let tho air sat Slxt thousand sold last year Over two hundred thousaud pairs now in use DESCRIPTICNtbtadeballsizes It Is lively d bl dpi edl alUlU t m can u ewrsa special quality of rubber which never becomes trladIngtheulrtoesaptup once or twice In a whole season They welch no more tlantoprernotrlmeuttlug This li otherbyjuumuithe rider of only 480 per pair All order same hlp C O D en approval You do ay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We will allow a calm discount of s cent thereby making the price 4JC5 per pair it you tend FULL OASU WITH OHDEK and enclose this advertisernetit We will also send one nickel brass hand pump Tires to be returned nLOUH expense If for any reason are not satfafaclory examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to na to as uSeas la a bank If you order a pair of these tires you + find that they WiU ride easier run faster Year better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever mod or aces at any price We know that you will be so well pleased that wbm you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a triaL order at once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy any kind at any price until you Pend for a pair or If YOU NEED TIRES Iledgethorn Puncture Iroot Urea on approval and trial at- thenpegtalintroductory price quoted above or for OUT big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which i deaalba and quote all makes and kinds 01 Urea at about half the usual pritts write us a postal today DO NOT THIN 01 BUYINO abicycle DO NOT WAI Tbutpair of tires anyone until you wtheew and woudciful- I It only costs a postal to learn everything tLriiD CYCLE COMPANY ciiico ILL Owen a fatal accident happened he was thrown front a buggy hs 1d- I striking a stone He died alter one week of suffering bravely borne He was the son of Air and Mrs JI W Duvall of Dilzetown Ky He leaves a father mother two sisters and one brother to mourn his loss He was a dear good boy Just 21 years of age in the prime of manhood It seemstbat his life budded on earth Wrl a lew short days to bloam In heaven Dear schoolmate tbgu hadst gOne arjiSjfeft us never ngsmivbll we meet 1n earth never again to sit the irees at the old school hpusVbVe will miss theeV But 1 theta will be a tweet bye and bye He was brought home to be burled There frteadsIanded to the cold and silent grave The beautiful flowers which coveRd his casket and grave gave evidence ctI the love they had for him Weep not for him Dear loved ones Remember him looking ao serene and noble an he Ifiy In tit casket free from the screw of t11SKorltl lot us live to meet him Written by his Schoolmatce REUIOCCA BAIZE ORIZONA HMIVRY CORDA WILsON r i 0rser m io Ohio County Circuit Court F Elrklieud Judge lien D lungs Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jollier Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank 1rellx Muster Commissioner L Mose oy Trustee Jury Fund JL B MartIn Sheriff Hartford Deputies S JJratcher L P Crowder W C Uliley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March ind August and continues three weeks end third Monday in May und November wo weeks County CourtIV B Taylor Judge iV S Tlnsley Clerk 13 M Woodward Vttorney Hartford Court convenes Irst Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third ilonduy in January April July and Goober Tuesdaynay in October usher OfflccniN Moxlcy Surveyor breve S W Leach Assessor n- toyJamel DeWceseSchool Superintend mt Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 24 tune 3 September 21 December 2t W P Miller Horse Branch ll1rch 26 June 23 September 21 December 25- W S bean Dumke March 27 June 6 September 16 December 27 W P Edge Kordsvllle March 2SJune September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain UedaMarch 23 lune 25 September 28 December 19 Herbert Render Centertown March June 29 September 29 December 30 uolm II Mile ltoekportMarch ntune iI September 30 December 31 HAUTFOHD POLICE COURT n It Wedding Judge J S GeniiClty Attorney S II Selbtrt Marshal Court onvenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church moth servlcto second 5unday in each month at 11 a m and r p m and 4th Snilay 7 p m prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev vlrsil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every ihrsday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month fit 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrtstlon Church services every court Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn W S TinsleyC M Barnett City CouncilJ II Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E L Sunmermtin C M Bar nett E E Hlrhhtad Wayne Griffin HooKer Williams nnd Ernest Ellis SECRET fcOClKTIES Hartford Lodge No 675 P A Ma sons meta first Monday night in each month C M Crowe W M D E Thomas Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrdny night in each month no- R Riley High Priest Iloscoe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter 1C of R and S Hartford Tent No S9 K O T M meets ever Thursday night C PKeuWn Commander D E Thomas Rec oiU Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of tach month Mrs E E Uirliheail Lady Cominamtar Mrs E B PenUUton Lady Record keep er Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday beix the first Sunday in each month F k Porter Commander R A Andorsti AdjtOhio Tribe No 1SS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac iMstgr ley Sachem J Key Foster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No a36 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 7 JO G B Likens N G 0 M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature nofEEGu The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS II Y LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel Tel Co I Iluunrottarknl TTT IUPTIIIW1T5 eo Anyone aatlnaaakelrhanddeaal gtlonmay- I getcalr aaartatn our opinlon sa onlmunlIa Patens t A Co recelvlt tpttl4l watks without ebaflle ba tbeI Scientific Rmerlcaw A handtometr t11nrtnte4 weeklr I nnst etc euUtlun of an sdenUUo lourntj Terms 13 aI rear four months L Bom by all titwsdealtrs I YQIknraceb r 4 T r u w r I it I 1 J4 ftl1 i r h 1 j 01 Ea Pu BARNES BROS1 i i iItI kt z- i l I r Notice Specialties for Each Day of the Second Week of This Great Bargain Distribution tf I I Monday July 20th===Skirts 20 per 1 cent off t Tuesday July 21st= = = Lace Cur= tains 20 per cent off Dam Hartford Republican PPDFPIEiOPSC =rnoES=umbr n64C EiouCka IZtys FKiiAY lilt lo REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prehdent HON WILLIAM II TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JUIES S SHE1tMAN- of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist flit DAVID W CADDIE of IlL Rue County Hon Jd Croon of dog tax fame III dead but the tux lives on Wus the Steam Roller Ilt Denver Ask Cutfey of Penn and McCalren of New York Purity In politics fs just as essential to good governntont as purity of life Is to christianity It is said that James S Sherman UtIlUblican nominee for Vice Preelden- s t Mill a very sick man It Bryan Is defeated this year who 111 be Uw DemocratIc nominee In 1912 ask an lnchange Bryan n course No one Bu-rrprised over 1I1ans- crllllsm of the Chicago platform Those who fntmed it lad a susplciot lie would nut like to The Bryan steam roUer seems to have hat such a terrlflng effort tIm uverybody got out of the way ex cept Guffey and McOalren It the Influence of money could be kept out of elections there would nee er be any fight between the people und trusts and corpora iuna- Mr Bryan SlId several months ago that he would take elO nomination only when forced on him SIIe thenI he has been very busy fordng It on The Elephants ctnlrTf6t1s or darkest Africa will no doubt form a Let us Alone Society and exPres dent Roocelt wIJI be declared IIn undesirable citizen Bryan saYII The Republicans ore retreating lIe Is an expert on tbe sub- Ject havIng retreated from all the positions he ever occupied on Impor tent pollUcal quesllon RepubUcon9 should he able to seled some good timber for CIrcuit Judg- and Commonwealths Attorney In lift Reaidmt1etpUbllcan m rEW Nat40nal Committeeman Guttecer- WD11 bellee91R publicity at campaign 1 1ltt J Pif thy r contributions He rccem gars out the source of quite u good deed ot itry- tuhs finuucinl hells In that line A poor ratan should IIInO an equal chance In the struggle for Ildtltlea1- preferment with his morn fortunate fellowman provided he is equally competent und deserviug lie canna have It so long as money coa rots Ird manes and elJCtJons The Democrats of Ilnn ec defeated In a State prituary an enhhnent candidate for Governor who elooused State prohibition In Ketuucky they have gone back to the leadership ot henry 1Vatterson who says no man can he ht Democrat who Is for proM hlUon livery scheme has been tr ed by the tobacco trust to break up the farm ers organization from the outside Now It Is to be tried front the Inside The old weapon or dlssentlon is be ling used and we fear effectively I A convueton of orgmlzatlons and all I fighting each other Is u prospect weU ntagnatflicke factdon If the tobacco growers su ter themselves to be thus used as I clubs to break theIr own heads they will soon find riots hutds it the lionu mouth IThe Hattford Hotuld only lves In the present conveniently forget ting past utterattces Hod It- I been otherwise It would neer- have fallen Into the blundc- of quoting our ruts cmnen thin AntiTaft editorials It forgo Mrfliryun tailing him a disturber and dlaator who cared moro for urgument than tie tr sac ets 1oweter lira was In t ds whEn Tile Herald vas It Hearst paper We must agJln rellllllli glasiHOME SOCIETY VICTIM Last week It trial In tho Crittennon- Clnult Court brought to light the fact that the homes provided by tht 1entucky Chlldrens Home Society av no always better than sno home Sometime slnee n represetrtutive ot that Society was In Hartford playing tie tecUe and came very near starting a riot He also engaged in Ii fleece ar gument with the writer bezause we had offered some Criticism In connect Ion with n published account of the kidnapping of two lItt10 children iron their mothers by an officer of thM Society Those In our vicinity who have been contribtiUng to this institu tion and voting money from their meager Sunday school lOlIetlonswt1 no doubt rued with borrow the fat o of poor little Frances Watts in the home which they hay u helped to plan her doubtless forceable taken from her mother The Critten foBowlneg account ot the case The Jury In the ease ot the tom monwewth against Percy Howerton charged with having carnal knowledge of a female under the age ot consent by name or Frances Watts a xnN ot Wednesday July 22nd= = = Mens Hats and Caps 20 per cent off Thursday July 23rd= = = Neckties 20 per cent off ver Societyjiris father ru urged a verdict Satur Ida afternoon slntneced him to the i penltenthry for ten lars Tire eae OCCUpiEd the attention of the court tor two days but the jury was only out a few minutes and returned a unanimous verdict as stated Tuesday tube attar neys for the defendant led reuoit a for a new trial these were taken u- separately t and carefully con ldlred by Judge Cordon but lie failed to see any Just grounds for a new trIal and de slimed to grant It We are Informed that xu uIIIllal will ho token I HARTFORD IlERALD ON BRYAN Ohio Count Democrats may gather from the following quotations what tile Hartford Herald thinks ot Bryan witom It strongly Intlnrates Is a boss and IL weak one DemocruticI Bryan from the list of PIesldelltal- IIsbllJllitic There Is a difference Jnd- un antipathy between tile uteu and the followers of c loichwhll con stltute a large portion of our olul- JOlllllatlonwl1leh h prechuk the posj silnltty of unity of DemocratIc bent fluent so long as ether one cuts tite lIght of his hiiluence from Uw po IJIdl horizon Mr Cleveland says under I1J cit+ uuistt+ us cs could ho nrcept a Pre i dental nomnllljon 1r Bryan itJ ghcn utJeran1C to samlthng entilar Lot that suture Phe lattford Heuhl Illl ad 1WJ- 9t Is a mater of regret that Dh tiltryan sun persists In ali lInrllll tO- Jdlcntei the lnssut t of the Demon rii- tparfy from n 9G standlolnl runt to thereby create dissension In the pert whicil x ollid oti1er11e not exist Div Bryan Is IL great and geed mUll tool Ill onjoys d1aUalon and lIonorwh1ch few 1ne11 have atlalned HI harbors n vet peculiar idea however In that lw- i seems to regard tenacity and politico 110ipatty win once In n wnie appears not to It CreEl him sn note t ales the reiteration ot certain nrgUlllent Tile Demtxraiic lx rty needs not to Tart from its wen known prlndples i order to win this year But It should I have another and new platform all i usual custom Dlr Ilrtn should be willing to this TIle Hartford Herald Feb 10th 19- 0RICIARDSON ON BRYAN AND THE PLATFORM DispatchI ot the United states tire speaking out ngalmt Bryan Mr Richardson oC Tennessee said today that at times he think Bryan a candidate for the nomination He says that the Kunsan City platfonn should not be reaffirmed at all We might as well throw up our hands Jt Bryan Is rencmlntlted said Mr Richardson The Hartford Herald Feb SUt 1904 r6SIINo1Bhdas u citizen and an oonuft ndvocnte of certain principles but there IsaWidely prevalent opinion among all r r classes of Democrats that le should during the present cUllillalgn at least occupy a position of respectful objenL- tlou and discreet silence so tar ItS the diretpn of the partys nffalis osmcented He cuu wall afford to rest on his laurels ot honor and dilrttnotlon- Jlhe time Is now opportune for him tO climb upon the phtacle of revered BtatCE111trtPllllalld by wlie muteness or authoritative political speech to reo- lIIjn a hero Acting otherwle and ns a dissenter and DJOlt1roR swat Ing n disturbing spirit he Is liable to- IIIlng ullrtu hlulIel tike olJIJmbrlum- or party malice and at last the ob 1II1on of the unsuccessful Ilor1UCi- llagiUtorj It is left fot Mr Bryan to choose his OWII courts The Hartford Herald ttarcii 16tb 1904 Mr Drllns contl1ml Insistence upon the reafnnuliou of tile Kansas City platform Is causing dissension among Democrats and doing harm to the party he professes to love tO well The Hartford Herald April Gutt1904 A few years ago it a wen know Democrat had tot fir Bryan to geJ- I axay back and sit down lie would have been deemed ot lose majesto and In danger of a mob But now its tit feront The Hartford Herald April 1J1h1904 Dlr Bryan says In anintervlew that he has never yet publicly endorsed an Democrat who has been mentioned a a candidate far the Demootrhtle no nhlnatlon far President Conic to tJillnk sof It we guess Mr Bryim Is right Its its con nucd oljectlcn tries CIas be come public 201h1904iairs conversation for awhile It would be aU l1e better for DemO ran The Hartford Herald June 15tLt190- 4Tlioe who are thoulhtul flJ1ClEth to remember incidents cannot fall to see a marked dlstingutshmeat between the manner In which Messrs Bryan amI- Parker received their respective poiltl cal platforms Mr Bryan It wUl be remembered wOuld not agree to rUn upon the Kansas City platform unless sUverIwith much rplxsc t b1 Judgnc k partys pintfornt It tvhetrnser he 6ultR1 the platform JUdge 11- Iker Is the more concllatory and eon twoiThe Hartford Herald July 20th 1901 mistakeIt railroads whether he desires to Impose the conviction upon his party motsc I otbe country under the management- of one political pqy or the other as that la the way Our Government Is soft it might mean un entire change of employes every four gents And If the Government ownetl them who would rvn them Would the foul e beat teient that4s now engaged be em ployedor would inexperienced hands Importantwtienetia rue There and other Ira io 1a 1J i ip ii1t Th Friday July 24th= = Hole Proof Socks 20 per cent off 1per1Be Kentucky portent flaws must be considered it the Government ownerditlp plan The Hartford Herald Set 26th 190E- I LawfullHopk4nsvllle Ky July 6Jotme State Senator J Campbell Cantrll o Gl1rgetown president ot the Ken lucky orgatsizat4on et the Amerlcua Society ot Equity addressed nn 1m manse audience at the IXluttilouoo this afternoon and urged nil farmers tcI3Ir CalltllI1 ltlted that the war 011 the trusts WI tar as the society wa concerned was IL laWful one and tlu a resort to force was never desrable The farmers had non their tight by- teracefulI means und were enjoyiu now the traits of their vtttory At an instance of their msperlty do entirely to organization the Carmere during the recent financial panic hat been easy comfortable and happ while money kings were on their kuie a currencynMI Glutrill was skeptical COncern- Ing the motives ot low and Order lea goes and was opposed to the use 11 soldiers In the tobacco district Re solutions were mused by the meeting denouncing as detrimental to the heir interests Ot the society nil htwlesages prondslusg s and see that they are enforced Sign of Returning Prosperity Contions throughout the point to an early return of prospetit t Hank clearings and raUrood earnings ore below thom ot a year ago but nth e gap la steadily narrowIng Thhere arc fewer idle cars than there were at the beginning of June The Interest aml dividend aynents this year In Nov York the countrys uiutaticluil center will be J71ooOOOO as compared 184000000 In July 1907 Titus r1e railing off Is fur less titian had beau expected About 46000000 of gold has been expurted since the Ilresent outward movement began In the mid die of ApNI but liS we gained mer 100000000 ot gold In November and December lat and liS we can get 118 much as we need from the outside world at dray tIme we may need it this movement does not disturb any body The rates for money are about tile same as they are III midsummer oC- nOImal years neemploment days are becomfn general St Louis had one on JUlie first when 16000 idle persons were im to work On a tar larger scale trn PIUIburg distrIct will hnve one of July sixth when every plant ot tho United States Steel CoIlJtJratlon the largest concern lu the world In Its field WIll resume opertatl4ns The other shops ot that corporation al over thecoun will Jt Is expected wi be running by August first Al tiro Independent steel concerns In the ptttsbUrg district itleannounced wll- be i ut work wlkh a full force by the first week In AUg1t The Department of Agriculture ir- rSYashington says the crop outlook leUerjon ewl thlin It eye raga before et kbte time pt the year 1t estimates that ill value fthe 1r t oounttjs farm products of 1908 will- reach the 8000000000 mark j will leave aU rlCords tar behind Thish I rill be more than double the value of the farm yield of 1900 which was 3 c 764000000 Big crops have avays- f heretofore meant good times for the troutttry fund they will mean the same this yearJmnes W Cleave PresidentII NatIonal Asrodatiou of Manufacturers itu Amerclltn Industries for July toNoticeI I havo impounded the Mclenry ii barn In Harr6rd flue tOllowlng stock f which was found running at large In ot law Five black shoots with few red shots will weigh about i5 pounds earth Marked underslope In left ear W DI HUDSON 11 T Hi Dog Saves Masters Life by Hulling Big Snake Glasgow Ky July 8 11r J D nod a proudneat Glasgow citizen had quite a battle with IL monstrous copperhead snake late yesterday at ternoon and had It not been for fire warning and assistance of his faithful dog he would have been dangerously It bittenbur In from his work and being tired went out lute lire yard and lay down under a large tree where he soon fell asleep fits dog was asleep nearby Dir ROd was denly vakcncd by the fierce sudIsittingrithree feet long and as large around all It mans wrist only two feet fromIhim and Coming toward him so rapidly he did not have time to get up Forjtunately n piece ot beard was ting In his reach Audi a srnbbt this and be gun to tight the snake In his sitting bytoneecaughtthe bi8dogwhosoIntelligentwho so bravely ought for him f Notice To Road Overseers Now that farmers have had as 01 portunlty to put out their crops and Get them lu fair wiry of culU10nwithout stopping to give rho roans iI requiredga pride In quoting thWm In firstcl s 1VithtdtYe I handtar ex petrel to begin general work on allt 1 roads not later than Jtr20tfiatja f tkattimeor 11n prop cond0aan win be rePit M- Id the Road and Bridge Cmmf1stoner for prostcufon jlkewlr ii I overseetu who have not their jffids thoroughly Worked or devoted 8 dttya 4 In an attempt to ttcbompfalt hot gad 0vby August 20ut win 1If reported Jrthe Rood and Bridge CammhasdoRer tof y 0ta r once o putyourioadstR thtkr 4 iftjW DTAYLQR J O OC Jr t r y 1 1 iiR f ESOLIEDrTHAT WE AREJETPRMIIJE To CLEAN OUR Sror Q- 90099fl BUSTER BROWN I I r oUR SToCK IS ALL cLEAN sToCK WHAT WE MEAN BY CLEANING loUR SToCK IS THIS WE WIsH To CLEAR OUR SToRE or ALL SUMMER- i GooDs To Do THIS WE ARE MAKING THE VERY LoW PRICES oN ALL SUMMER GooDS RIGHT IN THEIREDUCTIoNS WE ARE NoW MAKING ON oUR RELIABLE MERCHANDISE WE Do NoT CHANGE TICKETS oN oUR GooDS WHEN WE MAKE A RE- DUCTioN SALE WE SELL rpR So MUCH LESS THAlJ THE PRICE WE AT fIRST PUT oN oUR MAKINGIfoRE YoU CAN BE SURE THAT oUR PRICES ARE MoNEYSAVING PRICES fOR YoU RATHER THAN MONEYMAKING PRICES foR oURSELVES I Our line of 350 Patrician Oxfords now 298 I Sheer Quality of IOc Organdies now 8c All White Goods reduced 10 per cent f Fine Millinery at exact cost Mens 15 16 and 18 Suits now 1298 All Mens Straw Hats reduced 20 per cent All regular summer stock cut in price A good time to buy Seasonable Goods at a low price CALL AND SEE US I Hartford Repuhlican FRIDAY JULY 10 I 11 tnobsContraIRallroadTimeTable r North Itunud S11111 UdN- o1alII ft III NoIrralteilalninN- o12due123Op m No WI Inp 2l pi m- No 102dne248piii SulM sue N2pin Drink FruTola at City Restaurant Bring your Eggs and Chlckcns to James Lyons Genuine CocaColaM Ice COld at City Restaurant cCity Restaurants Steak Meals ant be beat Try em Mr Mark Renfrow Dundee vJS a pleasant caller Monday J Ihere Is certainly 1 D1ethng dOlug In Caudle at Lyons Croeery Dr G F Chapman Conterlown was In town on buslneas Wednesday City Restaurant Is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc olr W H Hocker CentJeritown calls d to fee us while In town Wednesday I Of course It you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to the City Restau rant i Trya can of French Drip Coffee Every can Guaranteed Sold by James Lyon i Little Mlas Rebeoca Shultz return ed Monday from n visit to relatives at Hoplcfneville Ky air Gregory Wedding Indiai polls hid Is Ute guest of hiss father Judge R R Weddln Dr J S Beanmaton Was the guest of his irarebhDr and Mrs I- B Beau city the tirrrtvolthe week Our line of lOc124c 15c 250 Lawns never wastiO cQrnplete We bay theta In all tlli des and patterns Ii QN k CO fA w We are Deadquarters for groceries quick Batest aad small profit i u Our motto s Le- 47tf iy 8CHIt0ADER OO For gal etory and halt elgbt iootas pew located S uthside- L Clay etreef liiTtftlr tKyl riCO and ar terms reaeslabler yor partioularacall A on DARNt1rT i SHIm a I Cots Cots Cots 150 to 300 CARSON CO Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office I Mlsres Alice Keown and olirUe WIl- lIams are the guests of relatives In Owensboro Miss Alice Vickers Sacramento Ky Is the guest of her brother oIl J Vlckcrs and family olr and Mls FM Porter are the guests or their daughter Mrs Theo Howell of Island Kr Muster Owen Jones Ceraho was the guest of hls grandfather Mr R T tier Hartford the first of the week It Is wonderful how much money can ho saved on a grocery bill by trad Ing with Schroader Co 4itr Mrs I F Swallow formerly Miss Kate Hello Duncn Bessemer Ala Is the guett of her Aunt Mrs F I Felix City A few more two priee summer Sui sat a very low price They must go regardless of profit CARSONN CO namesII fllle style Address Dr J S Bean Olaton Ky Come toriIY Grocery and see my new line ofToilet Goods You get double value or X200 worth for 100 JAMES LYONS- Host 1V LIalonOanaMls3 Mfmtle- Steger CaU1jelisvUle 11 were here this week Mlaa Stegtr Is an IIppllcant for the boat office rut CampbellSYtlle lire T B Petrie and little oougb ter3 Annie RuUu and Lelia May Pe trio of Brazil Indnre the guests or Mrs Petsfes parents Mr and Mrs J E lpgle Mrs Hunna gear Beda return ed Tuesday lroma weeks visit wittrber sister Mrs W O Chapman at Barlow Ky She reports a very llleasanttrlp Air Robert Wbddlng ChaifestonB C rrlted und y IIojolnblswI e- Is to guest of Mr Weddings ziother Mrs Tullk Wedding He will 6omsiq Qbo At two weeTe- sbfessre SIw Stevens Beaver D9m JIG WU8n Ol totir HIC Willson- Dyersburg Tgnn Solomon Decker hvcholrainl3al i 1 IlhtviaJ t upaydale- wore among our callers Monday sq swX it en MrZ Wayne GmflhilisftnLouls w11Co on buslnes3 t C C Whi1e Olaton was a ileasa- nteal1tst Tuesdayr Col C M Barnift151n Lexington cn legal lJmll1Cfs olra Hattie Pat tCi Is quito ill ut her home In east HItfohl ILClrle Bryant Iiorton lad us a- plg4rsant tail while in town lust Fi day I IIr T C 1Z0iIun and J C Westorfield rngan were among our catcers TWeslay- Messrsj W F Condl Matanzas and t 1S E Ashby Cerocrdow WEre among I our callers yesterdaII Mr and Mrs Pearl TWEdlldl svero i trio guests or relative3 In CaChoun last Saturday and Sunday H3nrM I Hoanln IR In Louisville attending a meeting hI the Repubii can State Central Commltttc We carry a complete line of the worlds greatest shoe makers IIholS the W L Douglas Shoes CARSON CO olr F W Auderheide wlfo and children St Louis Mo aer the guests of Mr Gross WlIlIams and family city The fourth and last quarterly meet- Ing or the Hartford circuit will behold with Goshen church Friday hnll Sat urday July 17th and 18th Iolr C H Ellis and family of Mor ICy were the guests of Mr- mother Mrs A C Ellis North weekI been I serving Uncle Sam at Mptih P I for three years has been honorably dlscha- rgeI find returned last week to his home near Roslnc A step ahead In quality a step he hind In price Umts the budding rule on our Shoe department You pay- less here and get better material and smarter shapes CARSON S CO Rev Virgil Elgin returned Monday from the annual Convention or the Epworth League at Henderson Ky Rev Elgin reports this the hest and most largely attended meeting of the League ever heldIlsewhere In these columns appears the quarterly report of the Ohio County Dank Its President Capt S K Cox Is one of the pioneer bankers of Ohio county and Is known fur his splendid busIness ability The Redmen lodge of Hartford held an Important meeting 1ednesday nigh the occasIon being the Installation or officers for the ensuing term TIle mmhels entertained their ladies at luncheon of light refreshments olr James Snyder electrician of Cincinnati Ohio is here Installing the new dynamo for the Kentucky light and Power Co The new rnnerinery will opcrIactionThe appoiutnunts to Stab College will be mode luly 19 Any one de siing one of this appointments w1I please atll ut my office II the time I stated JAMES M DEWEESB t Supt County Schools Pt L A 01ISupt James M Deweese who has been In Western Kentucky commanding Co H Ky N G since tne first of June will be oJ home Monday July 13 for tine purpose of forming the school districts for the county I visions of the act or the lastLegis lature I Mr H C Willson of Drrojll11fg1 Tenn an experlenct Concrete urea was In Hartford Monday prospection for a locablon 111 llitlDyersburgbusiness will jUlit1fIMr and tuJuul lL c m gnat resldtuco it Taylor Mimes last Saturday tied Sunday Among others l who composed the par y were Mr and Mrs R E Lee Shnntu men of HatI ford olr and Mr Glo Nsul ofLoulsu- t11e and Dr Snedden iCf Altoll Ill The Beaver Darn Crlunery will he sold to the highest anti best bidder on Saturday July 11 1908 at 2 p m Terms to be made known OIl date of sale J P HAZELRIGG Pits S T WILLIAMS Sec C N TAYLOR Committee Mr and Mrs Rr E Leo Slmmerman and daughter Miss Winnie find Mr and Mrs M M Bardwell and Roscoe Harvard Williams Mines and Mr and Mrs GeorgE Neal or Louisville left Hartford Tuesday morning for a few days outing on Itough tivec Tlpoy pitched camp near the mouth vf Dar nbtts Creek Mrs VB Trimbleand little daughter Anna Crowley lawll hud been thegue9s of relatives aadhfrlenda In Harttoid Beaver Dam aadvlofnitiuf for the past monthleDW for home es- terdsy Mias Do Gibson ledtheh to GrosrleywIerereheptrlll- tuake anJxtep i51b1 At jand MendS I hxlrrows correspondent writes us ray rtlWi Ediora RepubI onkIIJ It 4a unusual fcJ1 n COrrcsJndtrt to tulvhe ti there Is nothing to write but fyt Is WiUJlty 11e here Every lbshappyeond t1CIy- c reportlViiiItaintbluttnbihn s 0 p Brown WltllIr to- EItel CI wu IiIle H Gettry ThOS1SWllllaml Minis Itoltern 11cDuwell- Resider u Stclla liuroly Itemder J- IIRogrc IIttE huts to Bernice D- Dudson nwel Dam WII1 Ifous- ItoshreI to ltortlna A Etral Select IRv T C Wilson who has had of the Hartford Heulah and hickory Cumberland PregbtCIfan churches for the past several months Las reslgned liatorate of those churches urrd will enrer the evange- iir lc field Thts tImouncelllPnt was made at the conclusion of the ser- Ivlcosat the C P Church here Suit groupIofTIm Wllw1 up but while this Is the ease he has the very best wishes of every one In his new field of worit SMALLHOUS July j Misses Onm Muddox Altha- Addington Mr and fits 0 W Over huls and oil Lewts Iulkersoll went to Central City Saturday Mr and oIlS OvverJmts spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs T L WIthrow theIWithIMrs Matilda Mathews and Mss Verda oulkelOIl are the guests of oil Bob Mathews and family near Cemlvo- f Mrs Opple Kftttnger and little daughter aro the guests of her sister Mrs Will Nichols at South Carrollton Mr Rihard Sneddon was In our mlds Sunday afternoon BrotherEdmondCen e own Saturday atteleuoon and Sunday bllsties Ruth Fulkerson and Erra oll1I1111Ra fourthIW E Joulkerson Saturday night and SundarIMr Cllhton Igllhea t lost n valuable horse recently I Mr Ross Morton and wife Livermore ICy spent I rot Saturday and Sunday with bf said Mrs Sin Mor tonMr and oIls Aionza Frane and chll i dfelt were the guests or Mr mill Mrs Sara Itilbro last Sunday Mr anti Mrs T R Brrllursl were the gulls of Mrs Saute Drake and oIls Opple Kittisnger asst Friday Jfs J C Drake and sister Miss Ethel Hunter went to Ccntcrtown Monday I Mr George W Barnard has return ed trout a weeks visit to Mts J C Bennett t The Soldiers Reunion j The old Soldiers Reunion which was held III Cromwell Kr last Saturday was well attended considreing the threatening elands of the early moms lug rhore being about 100 or 2000 people present It was n day of ruuitlug mlnsllng and handshakingiThe old grIt haired veterans of the Civil cur were there mingling told theiiiseives anti nnIswcre1the hit of the day and the boysWlSI the Cromwell lodge certainly made Il grand showing lu their new cotu j KIdeliveredmanner 1 Ihu lI1g to nil present olr xeel Is an orator of renmm and certainly makes good on the platform He was followed by Commander Truman who gave a brief talk mentioning the ones who have dUJte this life Then ro lowed T Wade Stratton tnid Dr Oscar Ali ho spoke btdefly or her pnfasion oftthe Red Men Last carne Otto Martin ot wfio reviewed uiiditlrethe Olval War master spirits of the wart 4 I The crowd was very quiet and in all the Reunion was a lr eat suc 1111 Next year the Reunion will be at Beaver Dam Let nIl pray that are the old braves I of that Sreat and desperata wartmay live to meet handshake and IJUIngieI orreemore4 J Ph re ds nothing greater and granI menfwho OHIOCOUNTY SUNDAYI j SCHOOL CONVENTION iHolds two Days Successfa Meeting at C P Church In Hartford Ihc AnnnJ Oonyelltltm of the 0 county Sunday School Convention t t at the Presbyterian tihl1tCh Morse ternootr fe ieahue of the astern session was mdns on prhoary tea a bug given by Mrs JtII L itogers e Greenville At the evening tlt1I011 Rev T C Gabnuer State Worku gave his r- lustrntcd Iwture on she Gospel by fo John Special ntEieul members were furllls11ed by Misses Thomas and tieaseley and oIl Ernest Field whiei were highly enjoyed Tuesday morntlog was taken up h reports front the various county offi- s and discussion by Rev Gcbaaer- cers mill dltcuslon by Rev Gebauer Also addresses by Rev X F Jones securedIn 10 schools Also for haute Depart meats in n like nuniber The following report was made by County Superintendent E W Ford Since our last convention the remain fug Distrtts of our County have been organized all seven conventions were visited hy your President and most of them by one or more County Super i Iintendnta Our pporUonment was JfJOiIgood work of tits Gehauer so Ohio went Into the harmer tilt for the first time In the twentytree- years of her organized work In the matter or correspondence we have written about GOO letters and mailEd out about u00 other pieces of literature btlldcs that handed out personally have vlstted aloe schools to the County four In the State end two In other States Attended the State Convention last August at Malit convenlollllastplimented as one of the States fifty i two delegates these were both In Allrillofan Institute of one day In Hartford IIII have received uniformly good rhea meat from the State officers and work ers likewise from our very competent force of County and IJistrkt officials who only lack experience to become the most potent factor for good In Our organization Then the mlnll4ers of the county arlIshowing an increased friendliness to our work as they learn to class its work along side or tthe AntSaloon League the Kenuicky Childrens Home rinding Society and other Interdenom- Inutlonnl ageneles tor good and w only need to oxelChe that broad Charity which rhtffertth long and ie kind tO win objectors to see vision of the greeter Sunday SChool Then or whenever there is no more work for the orglUzaUon to do then ttn be IISI quttely dropped II when f was commenced Now us I give the brief account of my Itewardthtll I wish to thank allI of thoe whom 1 have Conte In oonta for their khrdness to and parforman l of lie and I especdwlly thank both four county Iwers f1Ic 1Iemld and Republican for thulr getlerosity In glv lug space almost every Issue to some Sunday School Item Now In closing I dust my suteeEor will lc enabled to lend 115021 ito greater aecongdtAt meats and cetttulnly II shall have myi hearty coolletnitJon taml I ILk bothIyour prayers and forJIIcncH ho tried to do my host E W FORD iI The following ofllcors were elooted for the conrig year Presldeni Dr E W Ford Hartford Vice Iresldent U S iunght Cener town iecTreas Miss Annie 1attons Hartford SUII Adult grades O 11 Miss Mary llennett IiaTtfod lutermecllato grader Juo W Taylor i Hartford Supt Adult grades q 1l- Slurltz Narronvs Supt Organization P D Tweddell Ilhrtforl Stott Vlsita- tion I Joseph Foster Ucwcr Dam Superintendent Education Dr S Di Taylor heaver Dam The time and place of next meeting was left with tire Executive Committtee composed of the above county olfbeerr There were 17tchoolst represented the Largest Iu counIItygrounds spread by the good ladles of the Hartford Sunday schools was enI- I toyed by a large number of vM tors I MAGAN I July 6A large Crowd ntatended Ute el os1ag exercises at tbe singing school Ilt Beeck ValMeySunday hislMr J Ralph of Adaburg visited ItSatunJaynendCrrorijlwlISthe MRSFRANK STROERE I1 tsar a nervous wreck Zjti no desire to live REMARKABLE RECOVERY THAtJKS TO PERUNA bfrs Frank Stroebe RF DI Apple ton 11 ta wrtes I htm using leruna n few months ao won I1IY health and strength were nIl gone and I was nrlhllll bat a nervous wreck could not sleep eat or rcet properly awl felt no desire to live Three bottles of Pcruna made me look at lIfo In n different light as I begin in regain most strength While my recovery took nearly four months I1t the cud of that time I was bottom than I ever hud been theforr J had a splendid color and hover weighed moro In 1Y life fIr certainly think Ieruna ill without a rival aN n tonic and strength builder and It has my endorwnlentt This lady entirely recovered from a nervous breakdown She did not go way to a sanitarium and spend hun dreds of dollars for n curo She just staid nt home took ltrnnl and In four months wolllld more than over In her life had a splendid color life looked bright to her Ilrunl did nil this for her What more could La expected ot any remedy Manalin the Ideal Laxative rondnr Ile was accompanied home by Ills little niece Miss Hain Denton who will visit her grandma for several weeks Mr Joseph Merits was tw guest of his Brother III Owensboro front Friday until Sunday Rev 1 D Hllunt1t and family of- Sunnydale visited Mr lob tldl1rt aad- famtly Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Sappronia Clements of Owens- boro spent inrt of laa week with her sister Mrs H C 1Vtiglrt and fatally Mr Almon Duke and wife of Palo and IItt e t1r and brother of Ilnrt ford were the guests of Mr J I1 Miller And family Sunday Mr and Mrs Sluuet of dahnrg at tended singing at Deeds Valley Sunday and dined wl11 Mrs T M Daughn- Mr Columbus Johnson of laokson1- Cy Is visiting relatives and frleuds here Mfiaes oIYlle and ncrtie Park of Westerfield were the guests of friends Jon Saturday night and Sunday Misses Genie and Flostde Powers of Dundee were the gpesta of their brother olr Elijah Powers and family Sat urdny night and Sunday Mr B olidklff and family of Ralplu punt Sunday with his father and mother Mr and bba H C Mdkiff HERBERT July iRe 1V H IituneE m11I his regular apix4uitment At Palltlo1 Creek church Sacurdayv smi Sunday Mr and Mrs Hmn Mtms and Master Joy T I+ enmtt of Owemsbotn via- tted relatives hr from Thursday uu- blonday evening Mr John 1fldklffIIr Fordnille wino u lIeD virittng his brother Groat- bIMkilf t8 pert two weeuka mutant i home So1arrly Mrs Notle oH11f11n was in Owes hero Thursday MesauL Allen NlW rind Boumtr- dHtkey W1at1e were hlllll Situ ItlY afternoon MtIi Mabel Brown and Mr and Mrs pm Chambfl of Itlaeltford viMtet- lblr J R Chambers fatally Sunday Mr and biro 1Villlant Holland and daughter Amy of JI1tesvillc mss Francis Holland Lowbllort Mr and blrs Marry Givens OWlJntllolo dined tt R 1l Millers Sunday Mrs odna Duncan and daughter IlUda have moved from Oweisboro toter fathers oh J W Ford where hl will make their home Miss Hallie ollllcl will go to Mateo tomorrow Miss llva DfImr of is Is- tlng her slater Mrs Oscar Bice Mrs brag Skinner is visiting her brother Mr George Milligan in 0- DsIoro Dudley Haynes aril Robert M Miler are in Whltestllc today Thanks I want to thank the taxpayers or Ohio county for the courtesy they lave shown too since I have been their 8herltf I am now ready to receive hel l90S tax and will have to col ecC under the same law that I have beencol1selln g under so the sooner ou get a tax receipt the better It will- Ie ftoraIl n n MARTIN S 0C c 1 1 L 0 i 1 I fr II l SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH ASK INDORSENENT The American farmers welfare Is as important as that of wagoearneri or captallst The Republican party in the past twelve years has aided the farmer In agriculture and in bringing to him the conveniences of rural life Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions of our clUzens and we favor Its entenslon until every community In the land receives the full benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained more and more larg y at public expense and less and less at the expense of the abutting owners In this work we commend the growing practice of state aidV i Nothing so clearly demonstrates he sound basis on which our com mercial industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the neces sity of promoting the present contll1led welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent safj passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which if appearing In the midst of Democratic rule or the menace of It might have equalled the familiar Democratic panic of the past We congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of a c mplote restoration of businesss pros perity in nil lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic dereliction But experience has shown that Its effectlren ss can be strengthend and its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and c ntrol over and secure greater pub licity In the mmanagement of that Cass of corporations engaged In Inter state commerce having power and oppjrlunlty to effort monopolies The Republican party declares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress Imme lately following tho Imuiguretlon ol the next president- In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is best main tained by the Imposition of such dutbs as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reason able profit to American Industries We favor the esabllshmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max Imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the normal measure of protection at home Another Republican party which must be ever maintained is that oi generous provision for those who have fought tho countrys battles and for he widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at nil times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ of Injunction should be more accurately defined by statute rInd that no Injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without no tice except where Irreparable Injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes far safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employersThe port recagnlzes the special needs of wagework rs generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mining We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of the statutes against rebates and dlscrimlnalions We believe however that the interstate commerce law should be further amended so as to give railroads the right to make and public traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stock and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine prestige of the country The many wise and progressive measure adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step in the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible filbusterlng of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last session ninny wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement of thrift The Republican party is committed to the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment of the national monetary commission by the present congress winch will Impartially investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend of the American negro We declare once more and without restoration for the enforcement In letter and spirit IIf the thirteenth fourteenth and flfeenth amendments to the constitution which were dislgned for the protection and advance ment of the negro nail we condemn nil devices that have for their real aim his dlsfranchUement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerican and repugnant to the Mipremo law of the land We call the attention of tho American people to the fact that none of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could bo en acted mid none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under one In which party responsibility is divided The continuance of present policies therefore absolutely re quires the continuance in power of that party which believes in them an which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation POWERS WORKINfiI ON HIS LECTURE Mingling With Raycrofters at Annual Philistine Convention Buffalo N Y July 4Caleb rowers recently pardoned from the Ken tucky penitentiary is at East Aurora mingling with Fra Albert Hubbarrds Celebrities from all parts of the country are attending the annual Philistine convention Powers is con sidered a Celebrity of the first rank We have with us Caleb Powers a beautiful character a most magnani mous spirit declared the Fra Powers was found In his room grinding away at a manuscript which he says is to be a lecture on prison life and his experience with the Kentucky courts He denies that he has sought theR oycroft as a retreat Despite the prison pallor of his countenance lie works constantly Do not get me confused with this movement ho begged I came here to get in touch with the lecture world I have been abut off from the world for eight year and I went to equlpt myself for the platform 1tLHe said he wo uldydellverhis first uGIlf 1 4 If lecture July 25 but declined to dis cuss the manner In which he would treat his subject What is a Democrat After the Denver Convention Is Is supposed a formal answer can be given to the Inquiry often heard us to what constitutes Democratic princi ples and a standing In the party It is true that circumstances may arise making the subject more complicated than ever but a national convention ordinarily speaks with some authority For twelve years Mr Bryan has been the most prominent man In the party but he drops his chief princi ples so rapidly that he Is never the same kind of a Democrat two years In succession This characteristic dates back to 1S92 when he voted for Gen Weaver the Populist candi date for president on the ground that such was the Mist Democratic strategy in a Northwestern State and to this day Populism is the big end of the Democratic party In Nebraska In pursuit of a definition the Democratic governor and senators in Northern States might be appealed to but there is none except the governor of Minne sota and the party outside of his State Is not inclined to accept him asa guide Democratic governors and senators are found in the South but no two agree us to the party princi ples Georgia has Just made a light nine change from Hoe SmHaTo Joe Drown and thereby deepened the Democratic mystery When It Is said that u Democrat Is the opposite of a Republican nothii is rtaahed except u negation thi t abandons the Cholee of groundto tie other side a variety of politics fo calculated to command confidence o success No doubt the Democrat e managers hoped that the Chicago Co ventlou would commit u serious error In which case the opposlllon would feel that it bad at last secured a toehold If the Republicans at Chicago were radical Denver could take the conservative tack and vice versa lint the Chicago Convention performed it e work so sanely that the party Is exceedingly well pleased and thorough united The Democrats are welcome to negative anything done there They are plainly aware that no Capital Vat made for them at Chicago and mid loophole left open They must look to their own motley collection of contradictory odds and ends for rprlnc pies in the coming campaign It h like going to a rag bag for a new suit of clothes Perhaps a coat of man colors will be evolved but at the star tt will be threadbare andweak at time seam und It Is easy to guess what will happen In the stress of the con testFairness calls for the admission that under present conditions the Democrats are cheerful not to say wlllmi losers They do not know what time principles are or which one of tie many factions deserves to take time lead Bryan can get a larger vote thana ny other candidate ilnd this 1 S something even IChe falls short million Should he fail by a small margin he will unquestionably be tam iindidHt again In 1912 and it wall he observed that rapid defeats ar e not in the least Injurious to his final clal interest or his enjoyment of Ifii The Denver Convention Is likely t0 show that a Democrat Is what Mi Bryan says he is if the party pro nouncement settles the matter A the same time a great number o Democrats object to this definition Let them offer a better if they can They will never be able to do it wtti out source sort of resolute station A the last state election In New Vor Mr Hearst led th Democrats litt seems to be out of It now Thus turn the whirling wlhout present reason m known destination An IntelllKen t Democrat is a man who knows that the best Interests of the United States call for continued Republican admin Istratlon Globe Democrat e 1OO Roward 1OO The readers of this paper wiij b pleaded to learn that there is lit least one dreaded disease that science hn s been able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cur- is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be Ing a constitutional disease requires II constitutional treatment Hall Catarrh Cure is taken InteVimlly ac ting directly upon the blood and ac cons surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dls ease and giving the patient sstrehgtl by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cafe that It falls to cure Send for list of tes limonlals Address F1 CHENEY CO Toledo 0- Take Halls Family Pills for con= stipation in Business of Politics In no nation in tito world do the ehc tlou nave the effect uiwn business that they do in tills country lime rea son is obvious In the first place the Tariff is made a political issue of In this country and u great many of the leading industries of time country are affected by any change in Tariff schedules The moment there is any likelihood of a change in Tariff schedules there begins a period of uncertainty that causes a temporary cessation of buslnes until matters are adjusted and consequent dull times This cannot be avoided A radical change in the tariff policy of the Government would inevitably be followed by a period of business depression Today more than ever the buslnets of the country will depend on the com- Ing Presidential election and the vo ters are asking themselves how the bus mess Interests of the country will view the nomination of Tart Bryan or the other fellow It is evident that If tho men with apllttl are going to put their capital Into lnduslrial enterprises they must know beforehand pretty near what the policy of the government Is to be IMPORTANT FORES DECISION I H Supreme Court of Maine j Sustains the Law Which Regulates the Cutting of Umber on Private Lands I 1III holding that the legislature has Ia constitutional right to pass laws regarding the cutting of timber on priv ate lands if the cutting is liable to be deterimental to the public welfare the Judges of the Mains supreme cotrf handed down an opinion of great importance to the owners of forest land in that state and of Interest to landowners In all parts of the country The opinion refers particularly to whichtshould be left growing to give a forest cover which will conserve the water and lessen flood ravages and prevent or diminish soil eronslon and conse quent filling up of the rivres and lakes The judges specifically state Unit regulations of that kind cannot privaterproperty for public use and that the state need not pay for young glowthi which it may forbid the owner This was not a court declrfonfor m casew as before the court for review but was a formal opinion prepared lit guiedance of the legislature in the enactment of laws to regulate forests and protect the Interests of the public Similar questions have come up In other states and may be expected to come up in the future In the proportion which the Maine fortthatfa aw vnould not be enacted whch would Interfere with clearing land for agricultural mining building sites or totforestkland where a forest cover is neces nary to prevent the wish of the soil the lessening of flood ravages and the mitigation of drought and where the public good requires that such cover be preserved- In submitting their opinion the judges cited numerous examples of legislation restraining property hold ers from using their property in such walefare A man may not erect u dangerous building on his city lot because it would Imperial or damage the proper aeforest owner tray be restrained from denuding his hillsides To such a de grce as to send down upon the lands coverstheir meadows choke their streams and inijure them in their rightful use anti enjoyment of property It was declared that there is nothing in the constitution of the Unittd States or In that of the stile of Maine prihlbil htg tine enforcement of H forest law of that kind- Maines greatest wealth Is in Its forest directly or indirectly In cevenil ways it has been a pioneer in forest legislation and management It is one of the few mitesprobably the only stale whose forests are nearly holding their own Lumbering has gone on there for a long time anti every year there is something ready to cut The folly of stripping land and leaving It defenseless against erosion Is well understood In Maine and time legislature has taken the pre liminary steps toward a law to com pel unwilling forest land owners to leave enough small timber and brush on the ground to cover It Baneful Effects of r riffI Agitation The real seat of the disaster to bus iness In the United States was as s- seen the adoption of some policies and time advocacy of others that would be unfavorable to American Industry For many years the DinGley Tariff Co ompllshed the results for which it was enacted Under Its operation the United States became the foremost Industrial nation of the world At the zenith of Its success when Judging from constantly increasing imporlaUons pf competing products and the vanishing- of our favorable trade balances many of Its rates had become Inadequate for the continued encouragement of the industries of the United States there came from many of its friends- as well as from all Its foes mu asjfrom manufacturers as wellas froin all iw porters tt lamoTfor Tariff ruvfro downward I When It became repparonttuitt sari n revision I could not ha ilnimMMe affected by the coascnt pad foouenitlon orConbfH II Tariff agreement was oit ed luto by wCilch Under valuation of foreign competing products woe made possible Simultaneously wait the incubation ot this schema of Irtdlrect downward Tariff revlson further classification were made upon rts y whichni any rates therefore undisturbed were effectually destroyed One of tho two great political J1 tiesstandhtg Always for FreeTrade stands pledged to the overthrow of time Dingley Tarm- Ail1erlcanproducer who tire able to sell the bulk of their goods at reasonable price at home mind their sur plus products at the best obtainable prices abroad and thus afford con stant employment to American ibor are threatened with the transfer of their products to the free list Under these conditions It strange that fear of impending disaster drove American capital Into hiding Every unfriendly revision of American Tariff has produced disaster for the Ameri can people Could time Dlngley Tarif be revised and rerevied downward without a similar result High finan cierlng might have produced a little flurryIn Wall Street and IndivIdual plunging might have wrecked a few flnancjnls Institutions but the universal fear of the destruction of thE foundation of our national prosperity prptcctlonalone could bring about tin conditions which have developed In connection with the monetary stress of 1907 A return to sound Protective policies In the treatment of our in dustries and our foreign tnule is the only remedy for our present unfortu nate situation A Californias Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salve writes Charles F Dudahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of Itch foryearstreatment Sold under guarantee Ilt lull druggissts m CLEAR RUN NO ROOM FOR IT LAST VEEK June 3oNearly 1500 people atten ded the memoral services of the Woodmen of the World lit Union Grove Sunday and It was one of the largest gatherings of the kind ever held In this vicinity Monument of Mr G IL Srnith seas unveiled The crowd was so large that nearly half the people present could not hear the speaker Mrs Josie Park mid daughter Miss Emma were the guests if reatives here Saturday night and Sunday Misses Annie I and Laura Dowe11 of Render Minn returned home after aV weeks visit to relatives here Mist Bessie Newton of this plafe who has been visiting relatives at Render has made her return The women of this neighborhood arc very busy canning berries Miss Lou Hoover was tho gust of Miss Nonnic Johnson Saturday night Almost every body from here attended tie W 0 W services at Union Grove Sunday Mr McKelne Mil ray went to HHVO ford Tuesday on business The Committee on entertainment and Lunch for County Sunday School C ja ventfoh appointed Icon all time Schools Of Haz rr dotng fin9 pnd arrancf mentaiwlll bo made to deed 8fsrate of delegates lie sure and tend rdTeacherscan met to come Mr J W Leisure went to Hartford last Friday Mr Ira Funk Is very 111 of flux and Mr Put Hoagland Is also sick atthis writing Messrs J L Hoover and J T Hoag land of this place went to Hartford to day on business Mrs L C Hoover went to 13ud- ashopping this morning I BEAVER DAM NO ROOM FOR IT LAST WEEK July 1 Rev Virgil Elgin filled his regular appointment here Sunday morn lug and night Born to Mr and Mrs W A Ar 1 fbuckle on the 2ithe Ult a boy Miss Marie Austin entertained the Ladles Social Club at her home on Main street their last meeting Mhs Nell Austin who has been i11tordBlanche VanMeter at Central City for the past few days returned home Tues day They were accompanied home by Miss Van Meter who will spent a 4 few days visiting friends Misses Mario Austin and May Dir t f irConcntlont Mr and Mrs W M Wright of Louts 1 vllle are the guests of Mrs Wrights parents Mr and Mrs 0 Stevens for a few days Mrs Jno B Taylor formally of this place but now of Oklahoma City Okla I Is the guests of friends and relatives In town Prof Taylor stopped off here over night he was enroute to the National Teachers Convention at Cleveland OhioThe Sunday Schools 4jf this place will join together and have a picnic Ithe tourth of July in the grove by the Baptist church Mr and Mrs J Leslie Leach of Cen trill City spent Sunday in town Mr Austin Rhouds went to Green I yule on Friday last returntngxSatur day S OAXODIABe- allhe jyTb Klna YM Hate Ahnjs Brcgl- itBignitne IlJ Xjyx 0 It XI I torGov Johnson Not Going Denver t Des Moines la June 3ft I am not going to Denevcr said Governor John son tolay Tan sto y was out thattI would be there but it Is not true I propose to attend to my own knitting and run the i ta e of Minnesota In the best possible way and do a little chautauqua work on the side How ever I will lIe represented at Denver Good political anti personal frlendsofo1i nine will bl there s r J If Bryan Is tae choice of the con volition will you seek recognition from II the national party by agreeing to ac cept the vice pre identol nomination No ho he said hurrJdly I am amLHiididjtc for tbe presidential nomina tion of my pony If I do not getI 1 It I am not t caudidrtn for anything J else My Coo ends si icily understand titlepoint J i J ti THE DIPSIIENCE4 or I Between Good and Poor Wages is LargeltI I a Difference in Education I J c Hundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping t Shorthand and Telegraphy and are now earning good salaries with the leading business concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend 1i Lt r 3s BUSINESS COLLEGE 1tii f e ifAifJbusiness houses Established over fifteen years Nine teachers o Sixty Typewriters Large Patronage Graduates assisted to q hurlertPiewi end J euii s ss rs en srr UywftantTuATts b m o f g j a t tl- I ESUSSOHS f b 01 r e- J VlluTf JtowADDRBaa DOWLINGGREEN BUSINLS UHIERIY DOwr wsiu Ktv i t v LIt r 0t + r I j r t IEBELLIONIIATCIIED1NTIIEUSI t t iAnd Mexico Will Ask This j Country to Aid Her i Diaz to Crush Out the Revolution 1st With Strong Army and no Chances to be Taken City or Mexico JI1I10 2JTiIO 11- 11ernal trouble In Mexico whICh developed several ds ago along the north era border or the republic nail deva- loped serloul features Today the storm centers around the city or Tor- reon and In the country betwecn that place and Jaralwhcro baudlt bands are operating In conjunclotm wttt the insurrectionists Government troops are rushing to tae Ceno Already 1500 FedcIlt1 soldiers have reached Terreon to retnfotce the glllln thet OO more have reached Juarez and In 11 Cldhuahua soldiers are pll1oli1lg the 1 streets and the public houses and jails are heavily guarded In view of time latest developnieuts Ambassador Creel who has beeJI here i on what promised to bu a ling cave vf absence has been Illatrueted to retu1Ito Wahington without delay movetenta band of agitator who long have mall their lteadquarte 111 the United States Ou this ground It Is b hevetlI Ambassador Creel will appeal United States authorities to assist In- ttllilrehondlllg some or the revolution Ists particularly those who were con cerned In the attack upon Las V leas The requests Rlil alto bo made that it any of the ringlendors inn the movement are captured In the United States they are to be tried In tine courts or that country on charges lit vnla- tlng the neutrality laws At Las Vaeas where the first serif ous attack was uimido the government has gained the upper hand TroopsAre sltuaItiontng been driven back to the mountains They will not ho permitted to rest thereundisturbedhowever us the gov ernment purposes to mako all example of Its foes an objnt lessoi to others who mIght jon the movement in other sections To tills end a large lh force or cavalry has been sent nt the hills on the heels of time fugitives and the chase is mow In progress It Is the view of tile Mexican gov ernment that Mexican cllizellll who were concerned tin true recent raids ore loom mon criminals nod that the conten tion to the contrary on the ground that their acts wero conunltted In further ance or a revolutionary movement will not holl1IWashington Juno 2JThe State Dc- partment Is carefully watching the developments In the Insurrectionary situation along thenortinern bottler ot Mexico The department otfclaJs feel the International aspect of the trouble will be adjusted A and every effort will bo satlsractorllyI preservation ot thelIexlcanand Acting Secretary or State Aden I which are likely to be prooltivo much good In the nmintentuhce ot the closest possible relations between- the two governments In time mattor1 s Senor Golloy the mInister plenipoton- tiary and charge of the embassy is keeping In closo touch with the sltu1 flop and has watched tho pruss dispatches regarding Unu trouble in his country with great interest Attention has been given here to the present Iusurreettolst propa- gan a which was spread by agitators who used the Unit ed States domain as their basIs The ufficalmachinery of the govern Mont has been put Into operation yvith a vIew to the obsennnco of absolute neutrality on the ptrt ot this- gpvcrriment Tho State department has received front the Attorney Gen eral of the UntIed Sattes who Iatl at his command dlstrct attorneys nmu rlorous marsmals deputy marshals and other offlcers und from tho GoveIuor- Qf the State of Toxas Assurancos that certhiriglosEt1blo will be doile to enforce tho neutrality laws These an- surances In turn have been transmit b tM to the Miexlcan 1argeat Washing I ton At the Mexican embassy today It was stated that no offtcIal Wforl1lstlon had been received concerning the return of AmbassadorCrGelrthough the tact that he Is coming created no surprise there State Department officials no I Igard his coming us quHenatuffl tIid- ae likely to throw much light upn the situation in Mexico It Is b lfevedheWlllbO thoroughl intorllI- ed concerning the revolutionary move entor id Sovtacas fn khowm here the ucUvity- t 1- A hj- i a i Bad Symptoms headIbeforetierdraggingexcitedIrreauout p vic cat rb Is suffering from shouldhaveanycasea Nei or badly treated and such cases a run maladies which de man a surgeons knife If they do not rCm onio m m as see a sir Q- a 01 t u ihe very best ngredten S I known medical science for the cure of womans aliments enter Into Its composition No alcohol harmful or theIattested under oath systemIregulatethoonly goodnovnr harm Its whole effect the pelvic organs When these are deranged In function or affected dlseaIO dIgestionbecomonerves are weakened and n long list of Toomuchperformmiracles Iftakentable and the surgeons knife may bO avoided longstandingeorreslondcncnis PierceIlullnloDr Pierces Medical Adviserlooo pages onecents1mpsfor clothbound corp Address as above of Mexkthis III the United Stales has been confined to time conduct 9f reolu- lonary newspapers un time Amerau side and pemimtps to the purchase ot illicit arms and auunmtitiou nil might be secured In sniAll quantities and be como of service to the bandits hut nothing extensive In that respect of tlclals say has been attempted The punlshnment or time violation of neutrality laws Is provided III section 5286 of the revised statutes which provides that every person who within American territory begins sets on foot or assists any military expedition or enterprise against any governutemit with whom the United States is at eace Is subject to a hue not exceed lug 3000 and impnsnnent for mi more thou three years Valued Same as Gold D G Stewart n merchant or Cellar DrlKingsworth of that much gold In weight If I afflicted with Constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at all druggists 25c m u MAGAN xo ROOM FOR IT LAST VEEK June 30Rev RIchard Fuqua filled his regular Appointment at Pleasant 11111 Saturday and Sunday A largo crowd attended the Ball game and Ice Cream supper at tilts place Saturday evening Mr Frank Wade and ramlly or Dean flelll were the guests of relatives here Saturday and Mrs James undayI1IIss Coy rued Sunday were time guests of relative hero Of1Owensboro The singing fchcQIIII Beech lIll whIch Is being taught by ProC Cltl1tI and Joe Park is prigressing nicel 1lltiesturIdaehurcht Ilt Pleasan HilI Sunday Rev P D hiaughit amid family and Mir A C Vaughn and tumidly of Sunny dale were Limo guests of relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Miller and Mrs C E tiller visited ilrtf Pntuk drahanl of- Marsam yesterday Miss Eninta Udklff of AliablJlg was the guests of her sister Mrs T M Daughn Sunday lhe notch needed rain fell pester day 31r Roeeoo Hardll1 came very near getting a Joule drowned In the downpour or raIn yesterday while moving u thresher fromV V Midkitfsto II C Wrlghts Dr time IIsslst iuce of Mr J H i111Jor who covered the mules j head with a wheatbag prevented the death or the donkey The WorldsBest Climate Is not entirely free from dleease on time high elevations rovers prevail while on the lower levels malaria Is encountered toa greater or less extent ucrgrdtng to altItude Xo overcome climate affections laspltudd malaria japnttlce biliouseness fever and ague and general deblllty tM most effac= tlve remedy Is Electric Ditters the great alterative hind bloodurlfler the or et eryt forniof body weakness dervolisnessand insomniaSold- gpderguaranteeut ail druggIsts Price 60c em CHINESE VIEW LOVE ASA HALLUCINATION UptoDate Oriental Editor Calls It Dementia Ame ricans Taking Democratic Life of tai o Orient Iltl eongmared wIth Domestic Lifo of the Wist Xg Puotn Chew Chiueso editor and leCturer gave tile Berkeley Cal Hmllsde Club tu1llething to ion der over the other day He said In part As we Clllnl1men understand it lovo Isa halluclnl1t1ona delul lon Intoxication mirage In toe desert of pasalmt a perverted product of a deluded brain a disease and a most deadly contagiou ono J kind of lIeuwl1t1a Americtu It Is a symptom of adtsorderedbrain us- a nightmare Is a symptulu of a disordered stomach We Orieutals have Ito usu for love emotion or tender passion iu utnrriego- affah s or any other affairsWo are net sickly sumtllnehtll creatures hut cold philosophical fatal1sltc being Ve- do not know wo do nut recognize trey love stfCt or tree In these malrmtuuinl affairs you Ammercalis go at It blindly Iii nil other things oven at the most Illcou- sequential ones you follow treason but lit tiro utmost huparant or all lufes affairs marriage you follow the blind i1111ulse of time rttl ondelY1ng emotion of lIul lon You throw deltbeations logical ancllli1lo11 reasoning all time liroduets of the matured brain to the R1uds and rusiting along under Uw influence and ntinlulateml of one ot the byhrohmts of passion which for a bettter name you term love you come to grief on true shoals of matrintouy To the Orl eutal tulnd such a course leads only to IIIfnsterWe admire the American people for their Intellectual attainments their material progress yet we can not hue marvel at you wise all you seem to be permitting yourselves to bo led and guided by the utischevlous brainless kid your call Cupid In the most serious affairs of lire Now since marriage Is arranged In such a haphazard matmne It Is no wonder you call It a lottery and so many draw blanks In China marriage Is regarded as the means while In this country It Is this end It sonietintes ends In a surprisingly short time Now since mar riage Is the means for the conservation of the human race It follows that It Is not for the convenience of the man and woman concerned Individual concerns pleasure convenience and happf miss are merely incidentals and not the sunn total of the purpose of marriage The parties assuming time marriage state are merely perforntiug time necessary functions oi life Once assumed It Is final and there Is no way out of It but death To the Orental maul ge is absolute and not It trial We marry because wo must you starry because you will We marry because we hold It an obligatttJI to our ancestors and a duty to ourims- terity you marry because you ftney that you hive found your affinity Itt China nu life career is considered a succers unless a umarr + age state is ell terell into finally stud truly A matt Is nu man until lie us married Though a Chinaman bo burn a bachelor lie tu- varlahly dies a nmrried mum aim provided lie lives to a nharriageablo age To the slowthinking Chlmcse mlU- rl1ge will not last for a day of a year but for all tlllIe It will last for better or for worse ill truth It sticks lcElr tran a brother through all ire span ot life Divorce is uiktmowu atml trial ntarriagrs much lc s Yoa regard martiagu all affJ1r of the heart and by logical coaelualoa 31111 lire bound to follow tae wninm- and fancy uvuruimuging ontotianK- 1n choosing socalled life pltrtnorR Wu pay more attlnton to Its negatutinus than you exert in the selrh limbo time title or farm or lot Wltb u view to pttleltate lit this deltheritUon wo d0110t fora tnoumeet Sake into canslderatlou the wishes or desires of the young looph- InlllledatelY Involved cODscquently our- ygtug Ileolllo lttve absolutely IlUti11ng to do In their rttarelagu Irlallgolllonts Ill n Chinese marriage absolute lut partiality is extenled to all ptttios concerned either party can take the l1lHlathe In negotiating for marrlnge- bUe Ju America 1 qul11e deal Is denied the girl The young nian has the Inltathe sub chance to choose willie the young girl hasno chance at all Your uhutlmod Is unequal iartinl and unjust for you deny thewolnJn prlvi- ldges that are her tIght In our nur rlage ceremony we are also fill nhelll of you for we do not njo111 Wo wo man to obey her husband neither do we ask her to love hint For to a clvl- Uzed being true one III Just ns irksome as the other OA g1OnXA BootjWhatsGoing onin ChIIP- Hollandbutter Is l1elh Imported In I t toChllu and sold at furtyrho cents United States gold per pound while the Chilean product is solll for sixty cents per poundp1hmeh Is done tq encourage tIlt cu- tliaton of flax ranuo and lIouccuell Several libreal concessions have beet gtan1cd and the effort Is meetlllg wtl boot succers ill the provinces south of StUhugu bThme Govermmnent line paid to lltlte 2818480 United Slides golll fur pr lit rty approprlnted for puble Use In tae- recunstructlou of the city of paralso Timis Is done to widen soum- oof the streets Klmlgiltell others aid to utudernze that portion of time city that W3t1 sonLlly a total wreck October 26 lat the Chilean gold peso sold at a prenlltmnh of 85 pm cent III the paper currency IIi the country TIlls disturbed bustuess especially lathe export line Sllice time begllllllllg of July time gold pseo jllltl been tiuchma ting between 4U mud 55 pur cent pre mlumh until recently when It reamed the above mark The Chilean GovUrlll1lellt has lleguu work on double trackIng till malll railway hue from Valparaso to Santiago a distance of about 100 tulles which will require a largo quantity of new steel and man thousands of now ties This with time harbor inmpravements will greatly relieve the eOllglhtOU Id limit port which for the last year imas been It great uhhdrance tp bustuess I The salt deposits of Culls me tor greatest Ui time world T7ie Solar Grande nilue in lime province of jall- Iacl1 about sixty mile suith umdetS SOOOOIUIell tOllslOlor the above SMALLNOUS- NO It00M FOR IT LAST VIEK July 1Rev G H Lawrence and lIa1igl1tel jII1l1lo of heaver Damn were lit our mdst visIting friends front Frl day oath Monday Rev Lowry Tichehor wife and sore of plat mmzas attended church at Small pious Saturday and Sunday They were the guests ot Mr and Mrs J H julkersoll Saturday night and Mr and Mrs George Heir Sunday n M They wew time gtmcst of Mr und Mrs J IL jUIlUI1iOn Saturday night amid Mr iatd Mrs George Rlell Sunday Mrs Art Richudsou and two cldl I tlren of Revlel are the guests ot relatives and friends near lucre Quite a large crowd was In attoi dance at Sunday school Sunday even lag at Sn1llhou church beside the regular services Rev L W Tueimeuar gave a good talk on the Sunday school gOUll1Icctulo alto guests of Aluizo 1Iln 9 and ftum- ly Saturday lIght and Sunplay- lirti rout llrtln Luuiivillu attended church at SllIalljwlltI SumoFt- y1ua Billie WWIIOW vvlu Imo 11111 sick for some IilllO IS no better Miss Maggie iluuter his returned front a tow days visa to Jfl sister Mrs P I WOUlI Cemlvo avertItnrm Ethel Hunter Ittsl4 Lewis I 11- 1kersou I aid Owen Hunter visited airs I C Bennett Sundiy otJlllug Mrs Mary llama rd is tio guest of hier dnugiiter Mr Beutett- Mr I and Mrs Tout Martin Lous- vlme Ire the guests or their Inlents I Mr amid Jars Jim Bullock I I anti Mrs Hubert Hume Illj- talghtt1rLh1I Epael Misses onit M d- dux Gull Altima Atldhngtnu wout t South Carrolllolu last iuesdny uul were time guests of Mr Hllll Mms J C HII- I Mir JJII1 Iienrutt is in lauisvIe- at time berlSLlc of his luntiartolawI- Mir Ileriiunn lbtruurd whm0 Is qute ill typhold fever I horn rrceutly to Mr al1l1I I Stolen n fino girl oflMrs Sam Morton recently I Mr Felix Drake wife and children of Owensboro Ire the guests of his miiotger Mrs StllC DrakeISeveral rein ut at Ctralvo Satnrduy I Mrs Atluerteit Horeb lay was fui QUI midst Suuiday- M I es Muryboil Garrett Ceralvo is the guest or her sister Mrs James I 11lIoWIj Mr HtJll1s lIlluor visited his parents Sz4umUay and Sunday at Matan- zas lttt1Il Misses Marion null Anna Lcumstl Hill Were the Guests of grand daysots harems fraui Frday until tllelrI Flrs tclass Blacksmthing I anlnow Iii my Whin shop at Sunny dale and prepare to do your horse shoeing arid aU kinds of repair Work 1 sollcltzyour patronage AU work r- rF4l i R F JONib- sSunnyduleKy r The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature o- rIl and has been niado under Ills per sonnl supervision since its Infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the licaltlt or Infants and OhlldrcnExperlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla Is a hannless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium lIorJlhlno nor other NareotiB substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Dlarrhwa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates tiro Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tim Childrens PanaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of ctie Q The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtNTAYN COMPANY TT MYMAYTtCT New YONN CRY rH OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 1bO THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN ann Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TilE REPUBLICAI and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 Tim RL PWIIICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN f4 29YEARSI 0 Of Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Every b- itMONt7MENTi SOLD BY US = bt bit IIEOSftIISCIIEL SONS iPROPRIETORB =4i 1 Owensboro Monumental Works e 4 41nIra E lIalu St Yards 2142t6HS Clay St bit i OWENSBORO KENTUCKY b 4i Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You bt Money on All Good Honest Workbrifi9i r iw i il r0rery rrroyqpvis ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place lira- clue suit the most particular man Como over to our placo ust us soot as possible and we will certainly nuke it inter esting for you without oven asking for your order Wo have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you ltp even without fuying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves Wo also clean Indies and gontlemens clothes in a satisfactory way I 5 CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop 4 r t 4r c Si t r ni KY GIRL FURNISHES 80 MANCE1FOR CONVENTION Pretty Princeton Girl wife of f Wyoming Governor Finishing Honeymoon Denver July 60Ile of KentuckYs charming belles is the bride of the Democratic convention Mrs John E Osborne formerly Miss Lena Smith ot Prlncoton K1138Won the hearts of all the delegates by her gracious man ners and good uatured smite She Is the two months bride of former Governor Osborne of Wyoming whom she met while on a Mediterranean cruise with a party of friends As the Governor Is a member of the committee on arrangements Mrs Os borne Is looked upon as the hostess of the convention She considers ter visit to Denver a part of her honeymoon Two months ago they were marrledj- and started on a wedding East The Governor was the only member of the National Committee from the Far West to be placed on the con ventlon committee of arrangements and as Wyoming Is the neighbor ot Colorado he had a tremendous interest In the work Tire bride shared his view and so they cut theOOnel1Ioo1I short or rather ver that he might take part In pre paring for the great affair elive at Rawlins says Mrs Os borne in answer to question but asI leenlRawlins so much from her husband Its a bit odd to take a leading part u the social life of a national iwliticai con vention as part of a honeymoon But Mrs Osborne 13 deXghted with the novelty of it the excitement and her pleasant association with the wives of other leaders who have come to attend the convention Card of Thanks Ve desire to express our sincere anti heartfelt thanks to our relatives neighbors and friends for their s ml pathy and kindneo shown us In our sorrow and bereavement on the loss or our beloved son Walter Lee Smith We also wish to thank the donors ot the ninny beautiful floral offerings Rev McOutcheon and Bro Brown fort their words of consolation and lrl Frank Oasebler for the efficient man nth In which he conducted the funeral The bereaved PuentsI SUNNY LAE June SSlster Wilson lectured on the subject of foreign Missions at Marvin Ohappel SundayIFarmers in this section are very busy making hay Misses Flora Taylor Ednaanil Annie Hudson of Hartford were the guests of Mss Aisle Baughn Sunday Mr George Abrahhm of Sulphur Springs has moved into the house vacated by Mr Sidney DotM n Mr George Lee and family visited Mr Leslie Barnes and family near Jingo Sunday Uorn to Mr and Mrs A M Weather ford the Oth a flue hey- DUNDEE July SFarmer of this community are very busy in the meadows Sister Wllwm leatnred at Sulphur Springs Sunday mid alto ait this place Sunday night on Mix onary Society Mr Granre Cbrt t4on of the Cane Itun nelgtttorticoU a htihas been teach tug stntcinc at Sulptour Spilng closed Sunday with staging all day but will begun aiwther one Saturday nlob Mm Anna Felix who haJj bean shit lag her dwigher MrmKate Acton of the OlMCun nelgiboraood le now visit ing her Km Jwnew Prix at this plIMm Oeorgt Cunin iiif who has bee wiled to the bedside of her fathere- turneNi home F dey Mirma Mtrceldi6 and Myrtle Can lIon were the guets of Misses Marie Rafflard and Oryvtlne Oaunoii Sunday nIt and Monday Mr ThonuHB Turnhnui who wu sent to te HopUncxIlle a ylum not more then a mwvtib amfo returned home Saturday All are lAd to hear that he is well a uJu Mr a ul Mra Herjy CuhimlngB were the guerrs of their daughters Mrs V1llle IjM onl and Mrs Willie Douglas of McHenry Mines from Sunday un till Ttiortlay Mr Otts Stevens spent the day with Mr Felix and Carl Brown Saturday Mrs W II Duke who Juts flux is improving slowly Mr Willie Cole and family wore the guests of Mr and Mrs XeJson Colo Sun day Mr Herbert Ralph and Martin Pow ers who have been 111 with flux is out again Notice I will be In Hartford Monday July 13th at which time I will with the assistance of tho County Judgo arid County Attorney redlstrlcA Ohl county ln conformity with the recent aelP Respectfully JAMES M peWEESE Suirt fJ h LEE AND MCLELLAN An Incident of the First Meeting of the Two Soldiers The first meeting between General Georgo B McCIcllon anti General Robert E Lee happened in Mexico during the war with that country McClellan was a lieutenant of engineers and Leo was a major on the staff of General Winfield Scott One day McClclIah was walking across a field when bo saw General Scott and his staff approaching on horseback As they drew near Ma jor Leo reined up his horse and asked the lieutenant If he did not know that he was disobeying orders Ills I tone was sharp and angry McClellan answered that he was not aware ol any disobedience and asked for an ex planation Lee replied that all officers bad been told to remain la their quar ters awaiting orders and asked for the lieutenants name McClellau gave his name and said that no order of that kind bad reached him But Lee In a peremptory tone ordered him to go to his quarters and remain there Then he rode off and rejoined General Scott and the staff who had not stopped McCIellanwent to his quarters as he lint been directed to do but wax quite Indignant at the way In which Leo had treated him for be bad not knowingly committed aI breach of discipline lIe had Just Mulshed telling his broth er olllcers the incident when he was Informed that an officer was outside I the tent asking for him On going out he was much surprised to see Major I Lee who saluted him with respect Lieutenant McClellan the major said I am afraid that I was not cour teous In my manner to you a little while ago and I have called to apol ogize I I assured him that It was all right said General McClellan In telling the story and he rode off after making a low how leaving me In admiration of a superior officer who so and generously repaired an IIromptlyI Chicago NewsiAN AERIAL HORRORi The Very Dreadful Thing That Stroh Schneider Did A group of aeronauts were talking aeronauticsDid ever hear of Stroh clmel der said a German He did a dread ful thing once Ill tell you about it Strohschnelder appeared In a certain village and advertised that he would take the landlord of the village Inn up with him on a trapeze hanging from the car of his balloon Though the landlords wlfo made a kick and the authorities upholding her forbade the man to accompany Strohschnelder the landlord sat In I state on the trapeze beside the famous aeronaut when the ascension began I But those nearest to him noticed that he was paler than a ghost and that his arm was thrown around Strob schnelders neck HB If In terror And noting these things tho people nodded ominously to one another Up and up went the balloon and now a murmur of horror arose among the multitude The aeronaut and the landlord were quarreling they wero lighting High up there In the clouds perched on the swaying trapeze they struggled thumped kjeked Suddenly till aeronaut in a mud burst of rage seized the landlord by the throat thrust him backward mind flung him Into space Down the poor fellow dropped like a stone turning over and over Flo alighted on his headThe people toad with horror nnd rage rushed to tho spot And there to I their amazement stood the landlord laughing heartily The figure that had fiillin was a manikin dressed up In his elotliis onCludelllIsNew Orleans TimesDemocrat Perils of CrinolineIThe dangers of ire Illustrated by a uelJlllIlsccuces1Colu iilnous skirt caught lire mind In instant she wits In a blase III were no men present and the women could not help her because If they had gone near enough to be of use their j own skirts would have been Ignited Fortunately Lady Dorothy laid sulll clout presence of mind to roll herself lu the hearth rug anil thus subdue the lames IAJudgo of Land Proud ullwrWelcomo back to tho oM farm uiy boy So you got through college all right FiirmerH SonYes father Proud Father Ye know I told ye to study up chemistry ont things so youd know best what to do with different kinds of land What do you think of that flat meddcr there for In itance Farmers Son Cracky what a plnco for a ball game Kansas City Independent Pity the Poor Wolf Why Is It asked the fox that you always look so gaunt Oh replied tho wolf Its all due to tho business Im In I always bavo to keep away from the door until heres nothing left In the house to- eatCatbollc Standard and Times The New Yorker You New Yorkers dont seem to know anything about the rest of the rountry said the visitor Tho rest of the country echoed the New Yorker Whats that Philadelphia Ledger w t i CEquallty may be all right but no Human power can convert It Into a ctBalac t 1 ISilent and Dramallc The most dramatic ot silent men was Wiilleusteln the antagonist of Giistavus Adolphus and tbojeoinmaml er of tho emperors nrmlea In the Tuli ty Years war Ho lnsltedtlmt thin deepest silence should reign about him Ills officers took care that no loud conversation should disturb their gencral They knew that a chamberlain hall been banged for waking him without orders and that an officer who would wear clanking spurs lu the command ers presence had been secretly put to death la the rooms of his palace the servants glided as If they were phantoms and n dozen sentinels mov ed about his tent charged to secure the silence the general demanded Chains were stretched across the streets in order to guard him against the disturbance of sounds Wnllcu steins taciturnity which made him shun speech and his lovu of silence which caused him to be Irritated lit the slightest noise were due to his constitutional temperament He never smiled be never asked advice from any one and he could not endure to be gazed nr even when giving an or der The soldiers when bo crossed the camp pretended not to see him knowing that a curious look would bring them punishment English Sporting Parsons To the London Times a correspondent writes Once when a duke of Grafton was thrown Into n ditch u young curate who hall boon closely competing with him for pride of place shouted Lie still your grace and cleared him and his hunter and the fence nt a bound So pleased was tin duke with the performance that hi declared he would give the young dl vino his first vacant living and not long afterward carried out the prom Ise vowing that If the curate hail stopped to pull him outof the dike he would never have patronized him Sporting parsons are still to be found lu almost every county today who can hold their own In the first flight when bounds run hard anti sonic of the keen est fox hunters In all times have been supplied from the ranks of the clergy Even the warning against their hawkyngc huutyngo and dausyiiKo In the reign of King Henry VI appears to have had very little effect Only One Sea Power In the audacity of puny triumph nations are called sea powers but there is only one semi power and that Is the semi Itself Far famed our unI vies melt away Within a hundred yards of the best charted shore stout ships ore as bubbles That sea that is as familiar when calm to little boats and ferries and tugs as are the thoroughfares of n city to Its crowd ot humanity takes on all the aspect ol chaotic terror when winds and storms prevail The waters so close as to re licet the friendly lights of the great metropolis are as alien to the forces of men as are the depths of tho furthest ocean Lord Byrons Apostrophe has lost none of Its tremendous reality In all the progress from the little woodcr sailers to our greatest merchantmen and Ironclads Nor can Its truth IM lessened In nil the inaturcst development we can dream of Kansas City Times Origin of Precious Ores Men sometimes dream of onorinou wealth stored deep In the earth below the reach of miners but accord lag to an eminent geologist there is little or no ground to believe that valuable metallic deposits Ho very deep In time earths crust Such deposits according to this nuthorit are made by underground waters and owing to the pressure on tho rocks at great depths the waters are confined to a shell near the surface With few exceptions ore deposits become too letup to repay working below UOOO feet lno mines In ten taking time world as- a whole are poorer In time second thousand feet than In tho first thou sand nod poorer yet in tho third thousand than In time second Chicago JecordIIerald FictionI even for social prejudices did nut hamper the teal masters of the English novel It- Illtl not stifle In the cradle Vanity Fair or Wutlierlng Heights or DI nun of the Crossways orAtlam Bede There mire problems enough In nil these works but they are handled by men anti women of genius who treat both their subjects and their readers with respect London Stand nrd How They Love Each Other Yes said Miss Pnssay hes an awfully Inquisitive bore Ht was try 10iIWell replied Miss Pepprey I guess It Is best to be perfectly frank with n fellow like that Philadelphia Press A Good Job Coming Jeweler How was your boy pleased with time watch I sold you Fond Fa I her Very well sir Ho Isnt ready to have It put together yet but Ira pat lent Ill send him around with It In a day or two Interests of All One thing ought to be aimed at by ill- lmeuthat time Interest of each Individ ually and of all collectively should be the same for If each should grasp at- bls Individual Interest all human society will be dissolved Cicero All They Deserve Some people claim they dont set uthln out o life itAnd they are tho kind that jdont put nuthln Into It to draw Interest onLouisvnle CourierJournal T e i n- I t X Quarterly Report i oTUE Ohio County tank At the Close of Business Junes30 1908 I RESOURCES Loans and discounts 471Q10 Overdrafts secured 1264 8 Overdrafts unsecured 1749 Due from National Banks 790744 Due from State bunks a id Bankers 7247 80399 Banking house and lot 5COJO Other real estate 25000 Othei storks and bonds 3050- 38Spiecle6285 OD Currency 234200 80279 Exchange for Clearing 728 65 Other Items carried as cash 1500 00 Furniture and fixtures 50000 Current expenses last quarter 105178 Debts In Suit 10908 Real Estate for Debt 36821 Total 809920 LIABILITIES CapItaTfctock paid In in Cash 160000 Fund fiOOO Undivided Profits IK105 Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid1091860 Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 3042 92 048010 Total 809920 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the nal members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebted new exceeeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or offlcerif I amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bunkNoneS-ee Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid np capital and actual sur plus No Were all losses in terests and taxes deducted there from before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared declared See Sec 590 Kentucky Statutes S K Cox Pres Ohio County Bank a bank organized 1890 located and do- Ing business on Main Street In the town of Hartford In6alo county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true state ment of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says tnat the business of said Bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with anotllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designat lag the 30th day of June 1908 as the day on which such report shall be madeSubscribed and sworn to before me bv S K Cox the 7th day of July 1908 R R RILEY Notary Public for Ohio County My Commission expires January 18 1910 S K Cox President WAYNE GniKFiNDIrector HENRY NALL Director- S K Cox Director In Memory On June I2S 100S the death angel visited time home ot E C Ward and took away his loving companion Weep not dear children mamma has gone to heaven Dear husband mourn not over the loss of your dear wife But press on to meet her where good bye Is never said while we are sad she is rejoicing with the angels Iji Hens enYou will never be forgotten Mary as long as our memory last we will always remember thee and our lives are sad without you We mtss you ever where God called you he alone knows best Ills will be done forever A FRIEND In Loving Rememberance- Of Walter Leo Smith who died July 1 1908 Walter Is gone but not forgotten Never shall his memory fads Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Around the grave where he is laid A few days have past Oh how we miss him Friends may think the wound ls healed Little do they know time sorrow That lies within our hearts con ccaled His Loving Mother and Father ffUFORD July 8Miss Flora Riley of Hart ford Is visiting Tiny and Mandie Hus sey this week Mr Ollle Taylor and family and I V Taylor who have been at itheli mothers bedside the two weeks past retheirport Mr Fred Compbbn wife and ljttl son of Whifesvilie aisle her par enfsJ D Holbrook had wife las I ti t tI s 1 Statement June 3Q 1908 6 t oF OK THE MBHNK I OF H7 RTFORD III nt11cky 4 Ii + RESOURCES Bills Discounted 1 4 16666979 Overdrafts AV 71106 i Due from Banks 5136224 Cash in SaleI vv 1827147 Checks for Remittance 178312 Banking House and Lot r 300000 Furniture and Fixtures I 100000 1 Total vf 24279768 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 1 4000000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1647160 Deposits 18472608 l Dividend No 42 160000 Total 24279768 Wo respectfully offer the services of this bank to the com munity confidentially believing that we can meet consistent demands in a conservative way As a safeguard to our depos itors we call attention to our Capital Stock of 4000000 ad ditional Liability of 4000000 and a healthy Surplus and I Profit accountt J W FORD President H P TAYLOR V President JOHN T MOORE Cashier R HOLBROOKAsst Cashier weekMiss Lbttle and Elizabeth Field ot OtveiiBboro is visiting their aunt Mrs Laura Magan and family Mrs Mary Kelly of Adaburg Is Visit Ing Mr I V Taylor and family Mr Everltte Ellis of Hartford was in our town again last week Mr nobrot Bell and wife of Whites vtlle Is visiting relatives and friends hero this week Mrs S B Howard of Owensboro Is visiting her sister Mrs Walter Blair she will return home Friday Aunt Mary Bell is visiting her daughter Mrs John C Riley of Hart ford this week Mrs Georgia Hewlette of Pleasan Ridge visited Mrs Walter Blain Tues day Mrs John King and Miss Laura Man ker visited aunt Dinah Cohen of Buc Thursday and Friday of last week Mrs Worth Wade and children of Owensboro are visiting her parents Mn R C Hudson and wife will remain several days The sad news arrived here Friday of the death of Mr Clarence Flckliiij of Colo he had gone there for his health about two months ago he grew worse his mother went to his assist ance he only lived two weeks afte r she arrived He died the 30th of June was brought here and burl ed at Mt Cnrmel church yard Sunday July C funeral was preached by our pasior Rev 0 M Shultz at 11 a m A very large gathering of friends and relatives were gathered to show the last tribute of respect to the dead ROSINE July iCrops are looking well In this community and farmers are busy cutting their meadows Several from this place attended the Soldiers Reunion at Cromwell the 4th All report a pleasant time Ray limes of this place visited his aunt Mrs Annie Brown last Saturda night and Sunday Mr Thornton Ragland and family visited Mr Tom Hines and Homily last Sunday Born to the wife of Mr JoJiii Johnston the 4th inst a tine boy Moth cr and babe getting along nicely The ice cream supper at Mr Frank Wallaces last Saturday night wa s largely attended Sunday school at this place is pro gresslng nicely Rev Horn preached an interestinj sermonjxt this placeiaat Sunday even IngThere will bo childrens day ser vices at this place next Sunday Aunt Patsy Kuykendall Is on thi sick list V 1 IT mH OLATON July 7 Ahions those from this pocE who attended the Barbecue at Yea man the 4th were Messrs Walter C Patterson Charlie R Daniel D B Payton R Wihltworth Morgan S Pat tereon Jack Young James W Hall Clint St Clair Mesdames jack Younl R Whltworth Misses Ada McDanJel LillleVyhitwortb and Birdie Harrison Mrs Jane PayfonwaB given aeurprisi Sunday It being her 70th birthday al her children were present They an j 4 f1 Mr and Mrs Ernest Wilson and iNaborsT Payton and family Mr and Mrs Jesse Byers and daughters Maye and Stella of FrledalaTid Mr S H Payr ton Oaneyvllle and Messrs Hume and Boone Payton ot this place The school commenced here Monday with Mr Vernon Crowder of Horse Branch as teacher This Is Mr Crow ders third school and he has beenIvery successful where he has and has won the good will of his pu pilsnMr J A McDanlel died at his home In heaver Dam Friday morning at 6 oclock of Catarrhal trouble The remains were brought here for burial Saturday morning and Ineerod at theIOlaton burial grounds nt 430 oclock p m Mr McDauiel lefaves a wife two sons and two daughters besides a host of friends The children are as follows Mr Archie McDanlel Pitts burg Pa Leo McDaniel Beaver Dam Mrs Tom D Graves Logansport and Mre Fred Fhught Olaton Mesdames Lyda Cline Caaeyville Eva Boone andII al Rev F M Farris gave a very I beautiful talk afrtke churchMessrs L J Allen and wife and D B Duke and wife of Roslne attended Ute burial h WYSOX July 9Mr A J Davenport who has beensick this week Is Improving Every one reports n nitre time theI 4th at Rochester picnic Mr and Mrs John Knight spent Saturday nnd Sunday at Mr R Y Daven portsMr Gates and Mr E A Davenport have begun threshing Mrs Emma Green and son Everltte spent Tuesday night nt Mr R Y DavenportsMrs Nelson spent Monday with her mother Mrs R V Daven port Mr tfpe Davenport went to Roches ter Wednesday Miss Altha Adklns of MoHenry is visiting her sister Mrs Laura Maddox Little Miss FJoy Maddox Is having the chins Miss Lucy Grant of Dewier has come to live with her robthorlnlaw Mr Netter Vaught r Mrs R v Davenport MUs Pearl and Mrs Shelby Nelson were tho guests of Mrs Tom Grubbs Saturday Mr Tom Wldick was the guest of Mrs Bud Elliott Tueesday Mr and Mrs Rupert Roberron of McHenry visited her mother Mrs Robt Payton Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs will Shull nnd Chili dren from near Paradise visited her sister Mrs Lfculsa Taylor Saturday and Sunday Mr and MrS Lee Nelson were the guests ot A J JpOrlturdny Ji night rRev Tuck from Central City filled + 7 I i his regular appointment at the Chris tian church at this place Sunday and Sunday plight fromI jured v 1 I xit fl