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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fifji attf tt tIipubUcanCOUNTY Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL Till PEOPLE OF 1 per Year VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 31 1908 Nu2 TAFT STRIKES KEYNOTE OF CAMPAIGN IN I SPEECH ACCEPTING AS PARTYS NOMINEE Speaksto Great Crowd Amid Din Of Cheers Republican Candidate Rebukes Oppo sitions Stand on Philippine Inde pendence Promises Steps Toward 4 Tariff Reform Immediately After Inauguration If ElectedBelieves In Income Tax by Statutory Law I 1 Necessary For Revenues Rather Than by Amendment to the Consti tution Rights of Both Organized and Unorganized Labor Should Be Impartially Upheld Cincinnati 0 July 28 Officially notified today of his nominal ion for thu Presidency by the Republican party William H Taft standing on thu portico of his brother4 home in thl the cISof his nativity formally ac cepted the honor pledged anew his al legiance to the policies of President Roosevelt and declared that the chief function of the next Republican ad mInis ration will be to clinch wha has been already accomplished by the present occupant of the While House In doing this however Mr Tat pointed out in what is regarded as a conservative note in his address that thereaBlbeeerlous and difficult work C to do principally to devise ways and means which the high level of business integrity find obedience to law which ho President Roosevelt has established may be maintained and departures from it restrained without undue in terference with llgltlnmte business Mr Taft attacked the Democratic platform asserting that most of its t declaration either are Inconsistent or disingenuous Mr Uryans polltlcles were held up as destructive I The vast audience that hvard ihu candidate filling porches lawns and streets surrounding tho Taft residence and seeming not to mind the intense heat which the direct rays of a mid summer sun sent down upon itwas responsive to Mr Tafls every word and there were loud cries of No No when he said I submit to those most Interested to wage earners to farmers and to business men whether the introduction into power of the Democratic party with Mr Hryan at Its head and will1 the business destruction that it open ly advocates as a remedy for present evils will bring about thu needed confidence for the restoration of pros parity In accepting the nomination Judge Taft said in part as follows Senator Warner and Gentlemen or the Committee I nm deeply sensible of the honor which the Republican Na tional Convention has conferred on m- In the nomination which you formally tender I accept It with full apprecia tion of the responsibility It Imposes Gentlemen the strength of the Re publican cause in the campaign at hand is in the fact that we represent the policies essential to the reform of known abuses to the continuance of liberty and true prosperity ami that we tire determined as our platform 110i vqnlvosally declares to maintain m I and carry them on For more than ten years this country passed through epoch of material development far uoI yond any that over occurred In World before In Itll course certain evils crept in Some prominent and in fluential members of the community spurred by financial success and In Jthelr hurry for greater wealth became unmindful of the common rules o business honesty and fidelity and of the limitations Imposed by law upon their action This became known The revelations of the breaches of trust I the disclosures as to rebates and dis criminations by railways tho accumulating evidence of the violation of thi corporationa i on interstate railway for the unlawful enriching of directors and for the pur pose of concentrating control of rail ways in one management nil quickened the conscience of the people and brought on n moral awakening non them that boded well for the future of 1 the country What Roosevelt Has Done oprcsJlelon lIed tho movement for practical refo was Theodore Roosevelt He laf down the doctrine that the rich violator of tho law should bo as amenable to restraint and punishment as the offender without wealth and without In t flnenco and be proceeded by recora mending legislation and directing ex ttfujlve notion to mnke that principle rV i performanceI salts I be brought and prosecutions to be In etltutcd under the antitrust law to en I force Its provisions against the mo powerful of the Industrial He pressed to passage the pure food law and the meat Inspection law In the Interest of the health of the publl clean business methods and great nil mote benefit to the trades themselves Ho recommended the passage of n law which the Republican convention tic since specifically approved matrlctl the future Issue of stocks and bonds interstate railways to such as may bo authorized by Federal authority Chief Function of Next Adminlotrati- The chief function of tho next Ad ministration In my judgment Is dls tlnct from and n progrcsBlve develop meat of that which has been performed by President Roosevelt The chief function or the next Administrations Is to complete and perfect the machinery by which these stundurda may be main talncd by which the lawbreakers may be promptly restrained and punished but which shall operate with sufficient accuracy and dispatch to Interfere with posslbitc IPhylcal Valuation of Rsilways Dcmtsubordinate and ancillary machinery to which I have referred Take for In stance tho socalled physical valuation of railwaysIt Is clear that the sum of nil rates or receipts of a railway less proper expenses should be ilnittE to a fair profit upon the ruusonab- vnluo1 of Its property nnd that If sun exceeds this measure it ought bo reduced The rtllflcHlty In eutorcl- isthe principle Is In ascertaining what the reasonable value of the company property and In firlng what Is n fair profit It Is clear that the physical value of a railroad and Its plant Is ni element to be given weight In deter raining its full value but W Prnsldc speechIpointed out the value of the railroad as a going concern Including its goo i j will duo to efficiency of senIce ard many other circumstances may much greater than the value of Its tun plble property und It is the former tiro measures the Investment on which a fair profit must he allowed Then to the question what is a fair profit is or involving not only the rate of laterr usually earned on normally safe invest mcnts but also n sufficient allowance to make up for the risk of loss bothI of capital and Interest in thc original outlay These considerations will haei justified the company in imposing charges high enough to secure a fair Income on tho enterprise as a whole The securities at market prices will have passed into the hands of subsequent purchasers from the original in vestors Such circumstances should properly affect the decision of the trl bunal engaged in determining whether J the totality of rates charged Is reasonable or excessive To Ignore them might so seriously and unjustly 1m i pair settled values as to destroy all hope of restoring confidence and for ever end the Inducement for lures J meat In new railroad construction which In returning prosperous times Ila sure to be essential to our material progress From what has been saW the prop conclusions would seem to be that in attempting to determine whether tlicjl 111exeelshcnot necessarily a controlling factor I I am confident that fie Using rates on the principles snrestutl lmno would not materially impair the itent market values of railroad securi ties in most cases for I believe tlllI the normal Increase In the value oil railroad properties especially In their terminals will more than make up l the possible overcapitalization In e Her years In some cases doubtle it will be found Unit overcapitalization is raado un excuse for excessive l and then they should be reduced b the consensus of opinion seems to that the railroad rates generally In this country are reasonably low I Conclusion That There Should Be Valuation I dejgrcetaoglblelpropertymay from time to time be necessary in settling certain IMUCS which may come IoJdus c hr cases If it be understood that the re suit ta to be used for a just sad the right to a fair profit under the circumstances of the investment is recognized Continued on Eighth Page ii JUDGE W Te OWEN IPASSES AWAY- s i Long and Eventful Career 0 iIEmnientJurist Brought To Closes atya i day lily death did not come one c Inor past two years during pabt I few days ho had seen gradually sink I big Ills wile died a taw years ug j Ho is survived by two sons Countuylth lodge W W Owen of Owensboro and W T Owen Jr of ArIzona Judge Owen was born In llreckon ridge county on July 20 1S37 He tars reared on a farm and ns a mcruIj Goy ho became clerk in the u I clerks office with Mr Jack Allen nt I Hardtnsburg While In Mr Allensj office ho began the study of tan Whtn the county of MtLmn was os anwfd from Calhoun to Ow n boo an began the practice of law there whit ho continued until he was elected circuit judge of this judicial dUiricv At the bar Judge Owen was regard prokc ptaltni and his clients were numbered by till lutndrids As circuit judge lIe was fearlets upright and honest and whcthtr he decided In favor of or against the litigant theca never was wast10IIas I tliiiu At the breaking out of the civil war Judge Owen lived In the town of Cnl behouu where he was largely engaged In the practice of law Ho belief e1 tthat the union ought not to budis solved hence he was what was call 1VhetIs i camp at Calhoun with his division ofi soldiers Judge Owen was made his adjutant general Generall Crlttenden had his headquarters in Judge Owens house where he remained until his Lroops were removid from llu own Judge Oweu never took an active part In the events of the war but after the war was ended he became the most fearless consistent and reimbK advoate of exConfederat In nil this part of the state of Kentucky Uncle Sam lo Run Down Riders IFrankfort Ky July 2Snlfore thIend of this week a number of secret service men of the United States got ernment will be in TrIgg and Caldwell counties to Investigate the burning lot the depots of the Illinois Cenral destructionjurIt was stated here today that the postal department at Washington haA been notified that the burning of the interterrehad I and that the casts were those In which the government should talc ceaction eyhim government was requested last winter to send secret service Well to Kentucky tb Investigate the sending of threatening letters through the mall but the state government was prasuutanrIdldn d of the postal department t beIScamuel Will Be PreSlelenrE Gompers president of the American Federation of Labor de elates that he will vote for Iryan for President and urges all too mem bars of that organization to do like wise This is the first time that the Ameri can Federation of Labor whlchi has been a most successful combination of labor prganlzatlons has through Its president taken a positive stand re gardlng a candidate for President If the members of that organization throughout the country CO per cent jf folioallw t ly assured election of Mr Taft would be a matter of grave doubt JOne of the arguments used In behalf y r t io tact that there Is a large number of unlol the election of Air Bryan Is j employed In tho Unit id Sates today work1i herfr Bryan What spindle what loom what slur 1 factor what manufaetuiiis concern of any kind now Idle because of pro sent conditions would spring Into lift btcmitc if the eltctlon of Mr IhyIan What confidence woukl his lIon nsiiire What dcmund for inn would ids election create What lurhing capital would i nnigo j Is lit Gompers or lug in the Inter of Jar great njpsn rf menilitrs of Aiiitrican Kcdtra ton of Labor when in dvlscs tIll rrclcn of iho japos if liSCCldI PLANNED EXTENSIVE RAID ON PRINCETON E Outlaws Had Intended to Burn the II C Station the Mill andI dlCourthouse i I Hopiknsvllle Ky July 8iThpresence of soldiers at Princeton last Thursday night a detail having been sent there that afternoon from Mal rlon is all that prevented raid of the town Is the startling In formation that has been brought here by people who have been to Prince ton According to the story it has been learned that the out laws had their plans all perfected for entering Princeton on that night when no one anticipated any such move on their part and after placing the town under guard as Is their custom they 1111 tended to set rite to the Illinois Central passenger doper the freight de po ta flouring mill and the tout house I Whether the military authorities got wind of the proposed told nmlj sent soldiers there for the purpose of frustrating such a move or whether was Just a coincidence the the ioli dicta were suet Ho Prlnceum nat aftI ernoon is no known but the fact iv 1Iljithat no outlaws at penned Judging from he manner In whii the soldiers were sent hire Is ground I to believe that the nuchorltiij ha notification that something was in is wind A detail from Marion tiN ii t est company to Priiueton WUtl ordrr j ed out barely reaching the dtp r in time to catch the last train of tit day They were kept at Prince o no longer than was necessary to getada tachment from the Owensboro cam pany on the ground When the Ow cnsboro company arrived tire Marlon boys went home Notice to Members A S of E I i We note that in Kentucky many 10I cal unions ofthe American Society of Equity are at this tine Inactive and hat In three local unions thenD I may be ninny rnemhors who wan 0ipay dues and be In good standing as Individual nicnibcrs and ns the time1- Is fully up that dues should bo paid in for 1908 we want to soy to all such members that you will bo sent a card of membership showing that you ara In good standing by remitting the amount of dues 150 o Sao Secrf lary S D Robertson at Calhtitin Ky j and tea kindly insist thai all members situa td thus will tale advantage of plan and send in duns m OUCH and credit as indicated shove All pa pers friendly to hie cause will pleas i copy Veiry ItSSccy Ky Staio Union A S of E Calhoun Ky July 25 l i Delightful Entertainment On last Thursday night Mr and Mrs Sherman Smith entertained quite a number of young people with an old time apple peeling Late in the even tog refreshmnts cdnslstlng of ice creatr cake And lemonade were served Every one semi to enjoy the evening and when the time came to depart for hood the hostess received many Thanks and compliments for her has pltallty Those present were Miss l3erild aI r ert uY Clark Owensboro Annie Daniel Nan rows Misses Onn Nona and Bertha Wvsterfield Xola Plercen llbbel Sut ton Corlne Thomas Maggie Jones nnd Inn Black Messrs Charlie Smith BlaIn Westerfleld Alfred Westerfiold Rube Plurcen Mr and Mrs Dee Tucker Mr and Mrs Willis Coppagc Mrs Virginia Black Sam Turner Dead The remains of Mr Sam Turnerwho died at Monirose Colo lost Friday fnIght attired at Beaver Dam Ttie Thert nut In were adieu to the resldenw lof Mr Charles P Turner his brother and wero convoyed to the Newj IiEihl eliiirch minor Maxwell this county Wednesday morning whp nj after funeral Inc toiiduwtd It Hartford his remains wore Interred Mr Turner being in had heath I9Oorand rtnnln d lure until Uio ll following whin he returned home nu Wiw nut heir long until he began to1 fall aaln and rcurned to Colorada1 In July but contrary to tJte huller of Wh nunurotis friends sod relative hoe rtlilnt receive any benefit tram tht change Mlf father and tnoihtr 11 Md Mis I t I Tumtr who more to Ciloitido last Novtinlttr to ire with Him will likely mcve back to Ken mKy In the near future Tile deocaettl was In Iris 27di yrr and hud lutu a member of tire M E Church South for nearly seventeen llIcerItw lr mUll s IIIBeaver Dam Wins AgaindHeaver Dam ball team defeated RI der in a very exciting game July 2G by a score of 7 tot The most noL ted feature of the gamo was thrapltcfitj alern and only allowing a scattered hits Haiterlts for Ueaver Uamfete and Flat Render Roblson Hart au James J W DUNN DISTRICT MEETIN61I j Ur ts A S of E Men to Reorganize Green River District Assnciatfon I i Whltesvllk Ky July fuTo the farmers of the Green River district A meeting of the old Green River dls WtjmuIOU August 20 Now with Ohio county in one organization Indiana III ono1 nreckrnrldGe In ono McLean In ono jaiid Davless and Hancock In three wo can see iho need of getting the old Green River district back Into busl no s Now men will you meet tit 0 at the count house on the first Thurs day In August at 10 a in All are in viied who will pledge themselves to stand by the Green River branch the A S of E Xo matter whether you belong or not have paid your dues or not If you believe In the 1 1aS of E and ore working under it we ask you to comeINow men of the district that was over held an I take the respenslblllly to call agaIni Now let UH have n loge attendance Let all tho other papers copy llrisaca- aml I ask that Indiana send a lal1Idelegation Let Hreekonrldgt eau and Ohio coma in large ulllu1 bore Daviiss and Hancock trill beau hand Let us make airs toot stand for Equity Dun forget the date the first Thursday In August J W DUNN i Secure a Free Scholarship Now All persons who contemplate enter ing the Western Kenittky State Xor mal School on a free scholarship should register their names and ad dresses with their County Superin tendent on or before August S 199 Stat of Kentucky has KREE TUITION for young people who desire to enter tho teaching sere vices The demand for qualified teach era Is much greater than the supply The Western Normal offers young people sixteen years old or older un excelled opportunities to prepare themselves for the noble work of teaching See your County Superintendent and register your name and addre as an applicant and write H I Cherry President of the Weston n Normal of Bowling Green Ky tot an Illustrated catalogue just received from tire hands of he prlntter r NO SPEECHES FOR TAFT Candidate Will Only Extend Greeting to Delegationsi R ifuses to Go To Youngstown iOhioTo MaKe An re5S Cincinnati 0 July JTn a oom rinltte of about twentyfive from ConrrelSman1Janws plain that he will not deliver any comIngIwill extend grc Inks to delegations that may visit him at his brothers homo here in September and October The coininp e called on him Into i Ttie dny afternoon and was Insistent fordState The member wore aggrenive toIrjTMt convinced them finally that he andI10 stimuli any whereJudge Taft talk d In a hearttoheart to the Youngstown lenders lie- eclared that tho campaign U not to be an athlotlc contest in which there would be bottleholders but he added there are bottleholders at the head of campaign who Intro soma Ideas as to how he shall conduct himself- I lIe didnt specify who the bottle HItchcockI tee and his brother Charles Taft wore sanding altmost near enough to hear what was being said Judge Taft asserted that he has the physique to go through a speechmak Ing campaign but that it Is very doubtful whether or not ho will deliver any speeches except those he wilt make to the visiting delegations ls Indicated to theta that as much as ha would like io deliver a speech at YouiiRstown on time opening of the campaign ho feels that he would be wouldIinvolve him In difficulties He might te called on Ion speeches elsewhere if he goes to Youngstown VtM Ho expressed pleasure that the State rampalgn is to be opened at Youngs town At that point however Con gresiinan Kenneedy declared that there are many reasons why Judge Taft must come to Youngstown and that hu would not give up until hu consent ed I shall camp here and offer a thousand reasons to your bottleholdors as io why you should come to Youngs town he continued lodge Taft joined the members of rthe committee lit too laugh at lien nedys remnrk I dare say Jim that If you have thousand reasons you will find one that will stick Judge Taft added Kennedy then gave way to Charles tolddnumIcr territory be and11mthe opposition to him in that section- Judgl Taft ended the Interview by 1lC1I1Ig that ho had Leon somewhat instrumental In g slot Governor Iuphes of New York to agree to go 0 Youngtown io open the campaign and lie expressed the opinion that Governor Hughes will till all the no jqulremeius of the occasion He was urged then to come to Youngstown j preside over the meeting but ha aald that he would be unable to do so- Ho will not mako any engagements without consuMng his managers hetdEvnnsvillo Ind July 29lIfl a loaded pistol and a par of knucks hid den away In her stocking Daisy Broth policeGrlgsbtromHarrlsburg andhpIstolfrom durIng r I 4 SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON wllICH REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSEMENT I The American farmers welfare IS tl Important m that or wagecarne- or s captalst The Republican party in the put twelve years has aided the fanner In agriculture and in brlngIngfo him the conveniences of rural life Free rural mall delivery noW reaches millions of our citizens an ewe favor its extension until everycommunU In the land receives the fullof benefits of the postal Eenlce We recognized the social and economic advantages of good comnl roads malntained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the expense ofthe abuttIng oWners In this Rork we comm nd the growing practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis pn which oar com merclal IndustrIal end agricultural interests are founded cud the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare thropgh the operation of Republican policIes as the recent safe passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which If appearing In the midst of Delllo- cratlc rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Demo- cratIc panics of the past We congratulate the people and hall with con fldence the signs now manifest of a complete restoration of businesss prosperity in aU lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratlc opposition and enforced It after Democratic dereliction But ex- perlence has shown that Its effectiveness can be strength end and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and coJtrol over and secure greater pub Ilcity in the rnntansgenlent of that class of corporatIous engaged In inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monollOlIes The Republican party declares unequivocally tor a revision of the tarIff by a speelul session of congress Immediately following the inauguretlon of the next president In all tariff legislation the true prlncIllle of protection Is best main tamed by the imposition of sUCh duties as will equal the difference between 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 lmum to be available to meet dlscriml1atlolls by foreign counties agalns American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of Protection at homust be ever maintained Is that of generous proylsion for those who have fought the countrys battles an for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at aU times the authority and integl- ty of the courts tate and federal We believe however that the rule o procedure In the federal courts with respect to the issuance of the writ of Injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that no injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without no tice except where Irreparable Injury woulll result from delay In whit case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican arty pledges Its cOltinued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad emploersIThe Republican party rJCagnlzes the specIal needs of wageworks generally for their weUbelng means the well belng of all I I In the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earnestly favor the tabhshment of a bureau of mines and mInIng We approve the enactment of the nil road rate law and the vlgorou- snforeement of the statutes against rebates and discriminationIWe believe however that the interstate ther amended so as to give railroads the light to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines andI voiding the common control of such lInes lIy any means whatever We favor such lpglllatIoll and supervision as will prevent the future ovorissue of stock and bonds by Interstate carrIers I We adhere to the Republican docterhe of encouragement to American iblpldug and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marIne prestlge of the Country I Tile many wise and progressive men tares adopted at the recent session of eonftII have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leadership i In the legislative department to keep StclJ In the forward march to l ewer government t1llthstandlng the Indefensible tIlbusterlng of a iemoeratte minority 1n the house of representatives during the last seB lion many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted t1e for the eltaflUlhment of a petal savings bank system for the oCI8DVfmloDCe of the People and the encouragement of thrlfL I The Republicn ltart is committed to tliu development of a permanent cumncy system rQjlllonlllnJ to our greater needs and tjte appolntmen- or the national monetary contmhteton by the present congress which will impartially iavetstigate an proposed methods Insures the early realization t of this purPO e I The RtDuUcall Irarty has been for more than fifty yours the consistent friend of the AnterItnn negro We deeiare once more find wIthout relOrvation for the enforcement In letter and spirt of the thirteenth IUrltCllth and nfeenth amendments to tile oouatitutton which were disigned for the protectlon and advance ment of the negro and we condemn an devices that have for their real aim his dlsfranohisemont for reAson of color alone as unfair unAmericanI and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the Amerl n People to the fact that none of the groat measures here advocated by tile Republican party could be acted und none of the steps here pro toed could he taken under a DomI ocraUc admnliotratjou or under one It1 which party responsibility IS divided ThE rouununnce of present policies therefore absolutely ye quires the eontlnuance In power or that party which believes In them and which husaesr s thr capacity to put them Into operation AN INTERESTING GIII NESE DYE LETTER Highly Poetic Expression of tile r Celestial Affectlo n With Ella meration of Gifts A chlncae love le ter Is of a ryes- loos i familiar pthnJlI than that of any other IttIUlr wellknown na ton for with Its somewhat hieroglyphic charac ter and entire nouphoenotic qualities the Chinese language Is one of the hardest so translato In lucid torhls That thu language is lull of poetry of the most delicate and subtle sort Is Very nptaront to any one who has struggled with its difficulties and mastered ewun the meroat irngtnent f Chinese literature The Chlnamau so fond of all formalllll Is not above havIng that curious assistant to the nonthlnkera ready letter writer and a love butter translated from the tattered bulkofuno of these volutnus byy a Phlladelphln Chlullto merchant IS a thIng of joy Freely translated reads as follows Dear and dearDo you rememhIJr last night when I took your hands It talsmell 4 t t t like being enveloped to a cloud on high mountain Our opinions o everything were so similar It seemed as It we had thought together through the ages and had been engaged long before we were horn I never thought I would have the happiness to have auhl1g so high auotu me fur my- osvn p Ju ertlles like hA fmn of he rose so do I love the 1I rfumr of your preseuce When you are distance frotr ma it worries mo I am inxlotts for your safety and my apirt is dlstll- rbd Far away I ate the oClnnI look up at the lsrautful jadulIIi cloud and as I look It seems to me a cloud has risen between us hiding me fWIII my lovely Moon Lady I look fo- my lady III vain I gaze at the moot and talk to its lady but Ihe does mat answer me Then I weep The tear fall from my eyes and wet my clothes I am dreaming of yOu because wo are apart Once I gate you some little giftsa jeweled ImIrplnanda silk handker chiefend when I do not see you Iw hairpin seems to stab mu the hande kerchief to strangle me I am yearn Ing for you now and I Wonder If you aho yearn for me I wish we Were to together singing of happy days It we were only two birds we would put our wings together and flyaway to the blue skIes and be always happy As the roots of two threes spread under the ground and intertwine SO f our two souls mingle I sometime doubt whette4 we shall even be to gether and be as happy as we could be Jt Is almost too much to hope for The pessimistic no e in the closing sentences seems vary characteristic A Californians Luck The luckIest day tlf my 11fe was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar IInlca Salve writes Charles F Dudlhn Tracy California Two 25e boxes itchyyears and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at all druggists m ShIps of Concrete Among those who have trIed reen forced concrete as a materIal for boats is a firm of Rome Italy whose extcNlments have extended back more than ten years They have built a number of vessels hnsiug a dIsplace ment of 100 to 150 tons Tile frames have been of reen forced concrete and these hare been covered on the outside st Ih concrete reenforcel1 wIth wIre netting and on the Inside wiLh n similar lay or thus forming a double hull lucks lug watertight comparments A final eating of pure cement glues the ou side a tdghy finished appearance Such vessels are claimed to have the advantages of rapidity and cheapness la building Tory cost of maIntenance great resistance to waves and shock and of belngunllko wooden vessels quite fireproof Notice All applicants for appoIntment to the Westrn State Normal will pleased reglser their names with me before Aug S The examination will be hold on Aug 15- f J M DEWFsE S C S iA DESERT PERIL t The Water of the Death 1Valley Pools One or the chief dangers to travel ers In crossing such dreary and arid valleyIactor or the hrfrequent pools of water along tllIroute sold II trailing eng6 nor of Ucnwur The tenderfoot Towing faint un queueliscomesIican with dlfLculty he restrained crow drinking It by some experienced com draftIxecroslug portly and dearness Is loal1l1 with nrrenlc and ninny a man has lust Ills Ilfe hr Its use Curiously enough the only water lu the desert that Is sate to drink Is foul laokhtg nod lubnLlted lIy bugs and snakes Whln you come to a muddy pool on the surface of which Insects are disporting themselves however re pulslro It may he lath to the lye and 1mIwho Is crazy with thirst produced by the burning scuds and merciless sun Daltlmon imeMclut- t ForgotIrooms Iohlon society overlooking the fresh green slopes of tics Law Court gardens In- I London I heard George Dernarl1Shaw express hIs thoughts about Iinglish public schools sold n Chicago editor attacked these schools lIc saidIyou learned nothing In theta IIe told certainIrem you to so simple u problem Your Iyounger brother did It correctly an replletltIbrother hasnt been at Eton as long as I have Washington Star I WeightIGot Full Sir says the aggrieved customer haveayournWhat Is wrong deferentially ask fC1 the bookseller I bought it set of Shakespeare tram you last year It weighed fourteen pounds Yesterday 1 ordered n duplI rate set for my sons library and It only weighs thirteen pounds and nine ounces Id hart you understand sir that there Is a city ordinance against short wel hts- Thoroughl humbled the bookseller made up the shortage with seven ounces of mlcellllnrExchnl AnxIous For More An expert golfer lain the misfortune to play a 11rtlenlarly vigorous stroke wayfarerracross course The ball struck the trespasser und rendered htns briefly Insensible When he rcovered n five dollar bill was pressed Into his hand b the grateful golfer TLanky sir sold tholnjured man after n kIndling glance at the money an when will you be playLa again slrArgonnus A WILD RACEr i Whsn the First Pony Express 1aaa Nearing Sacramento CornelIus Cole exsenotor from Call fornfa tells In his memoirs how tbe first pony express reached Sacra nento Cal long before the first trans continental railroad was surveyed Tbolle who ere there to witness It wIll never forget the arrival of lh first of these express messengers a Sacramento It was an occasIon great rejoicing and everybody big an little old and young turned out t see the fun All business for the time was suspended Even the courts adjourned i for the event A large num 1 her of the citizens of nil classes grave and i y mounted on fast horses rod I out some miles on the line to meet th incoming wonder ei The waiting was not long The j tie rider upon his blooded charger un der whip and spur came down UpOIl them lIke n meteor but made not tho- sllsbtest halt to greet hIs many visit ors Then began n race of all thlt waItIng throng over the stretch back to the city the like ot which has never been seen It may have been r1uled in speed and contusion by some of the cavalry dlsaaters durIng tbo war that presently followed but the peaceful people of Sacramento I am sure never behelll anything of the kind before or afterward The whole cavalcade shouting and nndIspeed dashing down J street might hue been taken had it occurred on tile plaits for a bund of wild Co- munchcg but the little mall carrier paid no attention to them and kept in tile lend A ROMANCE IN TIN One Mans Fortune From the Price of a Pair of Shoes Some years ago a man who had started In liusluess In TasmanIa that he could not meet his rouullI ments and was compelled to call a t meeting of his crooltorsIAmong his assets were a number of Mount Dlrschoff tin mine shares I which were regarded as worthless It was the first tin mine dIscovered InITasmania and the output was not heavy as the prospectus declared It I would The beIwhen the debtor offered them to hiS creditors the latter refused to touch them Among the creditors was A poor j shoemaker who had supplied tile man with a pair of shoes lie offered to take the shares In payment of his debtXo one raised nay obJection I and he took the shares saying They may turn out well some day Five years later under proper management the wino developed Into n valuable property It was a veritable j mountain or tin and the shares sprang i up to an astonishing point Eventually the metal was cornered I by a French syndicate and the shares t reaching a fabulous prIce the once Indigent shoemaker sold out and real- Ized a rortuneITile money was wisely invested and now he Is In the enjoyment of nn In come ot several thousands II year dl rlved from the payment for a pair of shoes valued at JLomlon Telegraph Absolute Obesity There Is n nncrnier of the faculty at- n I certain unhcrslty who to UH the words or n colleague Is as rotund physically as be is profound metaphys leally One day + ho professor chanced to come Uflon iris children or whom he has II number all of whom were to iris astonishment engaged In an earnest dIscussion of tile meaning or the word absolute Dad queried one of the youngsters can n man he absolutely good No replied the father I Dad put In another youngster can a man be absolutely bUll 0- 1afla ventured the third child a girl can a man be absolutely tat lucontinentlY1Philadelphia I Making Hubby Appreciative I A doctor tells of n note he received I tram a woman sayIng that her bus Land who was about him a professional call found constant fault with the dinner she prepared for him She appealed ta the physIcfan for aid The doctor examined his patient who had a stlghtl attack of Indigestion and told hl111 to cut out lunches to eat nothing but a slice ot toast and a cup of tea The scheme worked excellently Of course hubby returns home In the evening eats everything In sight i and votes his wl1es cooking even bet ter than mother used to makeBos ton Record Property RightsIPrivate property which we know It today was chiefly formed by the gradual disentanglement I lit the separate rights of Individuals from the hlendccl rights of a community There Is every reason for belle Ing that property once belonged not to I individuals or even the isolated tam Idles but to the patrlllrchni society os I a whole In other words property was nt first communistic rather than rersonalNew York American Crystallization and Hardness Whop we speak of a metal being In crystalline state we almost Invari ably assoCiate that state with thu Idea of hardness Even ptactlcal met allurglsts entertain thIs nottob al though as 3Ir GT Bc11by says in a recent paper read before the Royal So clety of Lbndon retie pure ductile me tals the cryalalllrie state Is nctual1y- l the soft state A large part ot this softness is ascribed to the 11hodtenoachy Is etmt measly increased that ot iron cur mss that of tare gold mol Lau tins times and tlla of silverand copper still more I nut InvestigatIon shoWs that 010 tale which have been thus treated show a microstructure In vilrlch deformed and brokendown crystals arelm bedded In a noncrystalUne mass In the process of hardenIng a metal 1t crystaline strcture to broken down and It passes Into the noncrystnlUne form Roger Bacon and Gunpowder It has often been asserted that Roger Bacon appreciation of whose scientific acquirements Is constantly growing knew how to make gun powder in the thIrteenth con cry although moro or less dou on the subject has always exist ed Conflrmaion of Bacons knowledge In this respect Is regarded ashalng been found in a manuscript container In the National Library In Paris which line recently been studied b f Mons P Duhenn M Duhem believe that this manurcrIl Is a part or Di eons Cpus erum and It clearly es a knowlede cf the coinI1da position as well as or tire eXI110sl- eInerg of gunpowder Same as Gold IValued a merchant of Ceda- VIaR hiss says I tell my caste- mers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the get tin worth of that much gold In weight f afflicted with constipation malarIa or biliousness Sold under guarantee at all druggists 5e m iInMemory Roy Duff Gcdrhy ron of Dr D H and Ida Godeysv as born June 5 1901 died June a I90 The rtah r d1 it has taken one of cur IVpes row rs Had he come to us and asked for a blosson we have chosen No the most faultyIpoasesrea an attraction them hi something sweet and beautiful fn each Weahould kayo Utplored him to rnlsenhis cycle and go away umlltyhanded But oil the dotsna volt for anlnvJ fatten Ht steals upon its unawares y and wu have but to 1Qt him chose lRtbrightwitherycantpspare them They too are dear They taught us truth and beuny and love They heill us stand will stagger we will tal without them We cadsspare one Ohl death go away leave our flowers we will carp for uU but the reaper Is gathering for the Lord Ho knows what Is neEded In the gar den above lie knows the angles will carp for these precious flowers betters than we Poor sinful creatures There they will not bo tempted to lean to ward the thistle or tire thorn therej will be no scorclllng heat to sear then nO storms to blight them Iut aU will be light Ray Is In Gods garden h Is sweat to think of that bright cheerful lnao cent face I shall over remember and cherish that good morning and pleas ant mlle as he stopped into the school house lie brought sunshine wherever he went Many times lave l thought of his tl future He was au unusually brIght boy possessed of an ambition that would have enabled him to make a ire und good man- No one heard unkind words spoken by Ra Ito was n favorite among Iris schoolml1es bteslsters dear ands only brother hIs grandparents teL and the hope and prIde and joy of its parents Father and Mother you planned a great future for your boy IrRays work on earth Is done Wt are thankful flint he was spared us those few years We shall as long- f as me lasts thInk of tire sunshine of his soul And when rare work Is done may we with soulll washed wilts enter the heavenly throne from which Ray Is beckoning us come his teacher IRENE W1i1TPINGHtLL IO4SxoaA om the Hatt 6lwap Bott- guture ctof at I ftr KDNTUCKTh BIGGEST snow1 I I SEPr1415161718191908SIX BIG DAYS DAILY nACE5 2ftOOO IN PREMIUMS WEER BANDATTIMe1 20 SIDE SHOWS Here Is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends J and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years fair LOW RAILROAD RATES Joy Information antsy blanks or catalog addross J W NEWMAN Secretary Louisville Ky THE DIFFERENCE Between Good and Poor Wages is Lar-gelyII a DlfJerence in Education I I f Hundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping leadingbusiness BUSINESS COLLECE EVAMSY1LL IRD A Modem School where business is taught as it is practiced in the best business houses Established over fifteen years Nine teachers Sixty Typewriters Large Patronage Graduates assisted to positions Sendfor Catalog Showing Interior Views and GIVING RATES of Tuition rs rr si DOT DELAY WasnT- s11AY initeWtirE1GISILL Of TIE COMMERCIAL BRANCNES INCLUDING TfE9 Dfq TAUGNL IEAUiJFUL 4 fERTE I I I k fr lfofiC J r- J r A GE1t1Yli IN BROKEN tUPS1 Interesting Statement Given Out by Prominent Author ity Has Caused Consternation among Proprietors Of Restaurants Look out for tie craks in the coffeo mug J ills Is ihe adnftmltloii that has been tent out o jheciizlius who are lit the habit of la its thtir midday meal ui the lunh countr nd the dally luucji t by she bggeit nuUitrSy In the country on the germ quusioa Chief Wiley of the Bureau of Chllhlll the Diparment of Agriculuer le hat is 4 he advice tIt ev rvboly saould 11tvwd the mug with the iiiuked iwi torn and lido because nu bciivcb germs lurk In thetiaeht by the trou1- sands and are the hidden muse of mysterious death of morn persons anI nually than It is possible to believe A copy of Dr Wileys statement was received in Louisville yesterday nail caused considerable surprise Local physicians as a whole concur with Dr Vcy In discussing head vice of Dr Wiley yesterday several of them began to count in iheir minds how many dairy lunch rooms lunch counters and chill joints in Loulsstll- are s entirely free fro m the pests fI the cracked nag Some were Inclined rlllmltenroom in this cry Others wire more conservative and set the average at ten But allowing several thousand germs of typhoid malaria and liiieaUi lial ditenies to each crack all wore satletied to leave It at the lowest pos sable average By1 t 4 the way said one of the locnl physicians last last night it nover ot cured to mo in just that light II have been eating my room day lunch at the dairy lunch rooms for the past fifteen years and goodness knows how many times I have been forced to take my coffee or milk from a mug thai is cracked clear across the side 1 have had typhoid fever twice during ibv time and if what Dr Wiley says Is truechancts are that I go the did r 1 ease at least once from the Other local phYsicOSare cracksI to believe that the head of rtau of Chemistry is a little broad in hlsproclamatlon They do not deny tlvtl it is possible lor the germ io lurk in the cracked nag where the liquid served is cool but when u conies to toffee boiling at 300 degrees well here there seems to be sonic doubtNo 1 think the doctor is a trifle off said a local pracItloner yesterday as he sipped his midday coffee when ho Says that the cup in which this coffee I am drinking is a breed lag place for germs I know that notl Ing could live very long in such u1 fluid ns this coffee And since it takes most men several minutes to drink a tolerably hot cup of coffee I feel certain that any germ would find It a hard proposition to hang un to life under the circumstances I Whether all local physicians agree with Dr Wiley or not in every particular the majority of them are will ing toconctde to him That every mug of milk that is poured into a cracked vessel is likely to have a few thousand germs in the crevices to be imbibed and appropriated a little later by some thirsty lover of the lacteal food But when it conic to the germs living with apparent comfort In the cracks of a mug containing coffee or lea boiling at the 300 point there is some little skepticism S I OO Reward S1OO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and curelIsing a constitutional disease requires aI constitutional treatment Halls acIlingt I dlS1easeby up worklTheIts curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials ToledoTake Halls Family Pills for con stipatioqt Ito I Modesty Modesty IB supposed tbvhave come over In the Mayflowerja long with the story of Rebecca at the psychological 5f then Boston has become and modesty has a subliminal self I There JS a tradition that modesty once lived New York but this has I never beeJi1prov d tIs hlghlyUral r t il g 1 f f11r A Square peal l Is assured you when you buy Dr Plerc family niodidncs for all the Ingredi eats untIlnlt into thorn are printed on tlihliottlowrnpjW and their formula art under oath a t being complete niKi correct You know jitxt what you are piylii fur and that tin Ingredients are gathered from Nature lal oratory bring tttliijted from the most valitabla native medicinal roots rOil 1111 growing In our American forwCTatvi while potent to cure are pfcrteCrtt bar I to the most delicate worn I aN c Iht N a Pro Pq Pr htU A r I n ro Jij- i l l T 1 IS IIFI U ot or lrfI1I II p I ti 1I ld 111 Z I to Hi cr tie is agent possesses Intrinsic tie of Its own h lug a most valuable tutleptli and untl torment nutritive and foothlng demul cent an Important part In Dr linensGolden Medical i trcovery In the cure of Indlcrstiun ily prptia and risingsheartburnpoor Hiitictltn Riiawlntt feeling In clim a li biiloitMiiss nd kliidnU ricrange miiits nf till stomach liver und buwels llfyfcliS ciirlnc alt tho above dl trcislng DlscuveryImnmlirannii as catarrh whether of the niinal pnssugeKprof the ptonmch bowels or pnlvic orsnc given In its ulrrratlve Btiui it will yield to thus WIrIn rcm- edyifitauseboIerPvernliu In Chronic Catarrh of the Nasa px If1 It H well while taking thin Golden Medical Ills for tho constitutional frcllltWIICatarrh Hnmedy This thorough course of treatment generally cures tho worst cases t- In couulix end hoarseness caused br bron rhial throat and lunif MTecttctis ixccpt runi Kuniptlon In Its advanced stairs the eiolilun Mtdlcnl Discovery I i a most cut ctcut rem fdy usiwclaCr In those obstinate haneon couhs caused by Irritation and conc stlon of the lIiUIIt IILI mucotiKtnvnibrcneii The Ills c very W not SK pood fur acute coughs arls expeeledrtatxi jiv mfdlnliit will do th IJlt fur Ml tint iljutiiialf tiirunlc coughs whirl It ne- tircnalorhadis tnatcd lend tin to tonsutap IlJf tIm ItDiidlnl1 ii can Imtakcu probabe especially as New York has always had a smart setIModesty was a Noose luring ihe Civil War and short ly before Since then she has receiv i ed no further invitation If modesty should appear there now Heaven would dotibU s be too timid ot extend a heplng hand- Modesty indeed is a reculse tier pow In church has been given up She n ver hind a box n the opera Y3he InjIIUconsert her In any horn With no roc o shelter her no iuislinient o discontentedthing OA zi3O tEABe- au theTla Kind Ycj Have Alwm Bcutfl Blgnatast IJIc OIL TRUST IS GUILTY DECLARES ROOSEVELT Says Reversal of Landis Decision By Lower Court In no Way Affects the Merrits of tbe case Oyster flay N Y July 30Presi dent Roosevelt Thursday night announced In unmistakable terms the determi nation of the Administration to pro ceed with the prosecution of the Standard Oil cake despite the decision ad verse to the Government handed down I by the United Statts Circuit Appeals Wednesday This decision thel President thinks In no way affects the merits of the case and he makes known his decision to cause the action to be brought again before she courts in such shape if possible as to pre vent technicalities Interfering with decision based upon the actual aII Involved The statement in the made pdblic Thursday night by Secretary Leob follows The President has directed the At torney General to immediately take steps for the retrial of the Standard 011 case The reversal of the decis ion of the lower court does not in any shape or way touch thcmerlts of the case except In to tar as the size of the fine is concerned There is abso lutely no question of the guilt of the defendants of the exceptionally grave charapter of the offense The President would regard It as a gross I miscarriage of ufatice If through any technicalities of any kind the defend ant escaped tho punishment which would have guilty of such offense The will do every thing in his PresidentI aver or prevent such Justice With this purpoi p In view the Presdlent has directed the Attor ney General to bring into consulation Mr Frank D Kellogg In the matter and to do everything possible to bring the offenders to justice It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega Oi and IB pres ident of the Adams County Telephone Co as well as ot the Home Telephone Co of1 Pike County Jsaya of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least I think It did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my cough when everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot It heals the sore spot and the weak spots In throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at all druggists 50c and J10Q Trial itajttle free m t t rw 4 GOMPERS AND THE I LABOR VOTE Can Two Million Federated Wage Earners b= Delivered Over to Ttre Pemocratic Partyt If Samuel Compere prcbiiicnl cf thp American Fvderailou of Labor has promised the labor von to Mr Dry an can ho deUvcr H NVe dont mean that proportion of worklngtncn which usually supports the Democratic tick et no matter who Is ojs I WIJ mean the skill labor which la thin back cone of Mr Gomperss organization by reaso of the high wages which It receives for Its expert services when tho bust ness of the country III In good condi tion and by reason nto of its intelli gent rlIl1rlln lon of thy circumstances which makes for abundant work In created Spay and the American standard of living Undoubtedly there is an element j in ihe socalled working call es which Is habitually for the Democratic parity Numerically it Is very large An- unquestionably organized labor is very much in earnest over thu Injunction question Hut she skilled labor which probably IK the only part oJ general I labor which shills from vile pnny to the other can hlnl just as clearly and Just as quickly as Mr Bryan It Is no likely to fool itself as to wheth er there would be RfS work and poorer wages under Bryan and the Democratic wagesIUllder GOniI to boycot rn employer could be of no pos ibly use to wage earners organized or unorganized It there were no wroth for wage earners boViofi or no boycott The reasoning power of these men coupled with their recolkcilon of the industrial history of iho United States in the las won y years cannot fall to draw the snklng conclusion that they have prospered when employers have had confidence in a party to improve or uphold business cbniil lions and that they have lost iulr employment or had their wages reduced when employers nave lacked that confidence Their memory will teach Ihemthat tiiu first defeat of Mr Hryau In 1S90 opened mills and factories and swelled the payroll tba his second defeat in 1000 enlarged existing mills and far lories while establishing new ones and elevated wages to the highest level ever known by this or any other country Their observation and experience of the present developments will show hem that the mere exectation of the busitiei s world lha Mr Bryan will suffer a third defeat is again opening mills and factories which were closed last tall putting into commission rail road rolliiiG stock which went to tap storeyiids several months ago for lack of traffic and oncu more hand ing out weekly pay envelopes to hun drdes of thousands of met who have been earning little or no wages during the period of lost confidence by the employing forces of time nation Just as surety as these men have intelligence it tells them that if the business interests anticipated the election of Mr Bryan mills and fac tories would not be reopening those shut down would remain idle and those- In operation would be closing wage payments would not be growing to thor former proportions they would be diminished iron the meager volum of a few weeks back to a still smaller flowThe skilled labor which reasons out where its best Interest lies cannot l o counted upon by Mr Bryan to ignore the fact which Is nH Important to It that first of all It wants the chance to got o work then the chance to re gulate the conditions under which that work is performed that the question of employment and wages for American labor Is paramount to the consid eratlon of inunction If there Is no work for the wage earners became1 tho mills and factories arc closed anyway they know that Mr Hrynns or Mr Gompers anti hijunetion process could not provide It They know that there must bo employment and wages beforetheantllnjunction principle can be applied to them And they can not look for the restoration of tho payrolls by the election of Mr Bryan whether his injunction views are sincere or In Insincere whether they are the one convictions of a true friend of labor of the politics ofan oppor tunist OA OaABean the dma Kind Yea HaIll A bough S gllM r l 19- of K Calling on tbe Farmers Mr Bryan invitee farmers to como forward with campaign contributions and reminds them that many of their number would not miss 100 from their cash surplus It they gave this amount toward a change of tho na tional administration front Republic an to the Bryan fallth cure Twelve years a Olit the first and much there iti I most premising of his efforts as a jprisdfririti candk alt Mr Bryan ap i to farmers as a provortystriCk priceslanddue o the gold standard tumid hat could be cured only by reducing the value of the dollar onehalf regard thinklorsoil thought thero was truth In this I theory and certainly knew that the prices of larm products wore low The j country at that time was under a Democratic administration and had recently been suhjicl to full Demo era ic contra but Mr Hryan preached ja new knld of Democracy especially iiu regard to the money standard Sev jcral Northern agrlculilrrl states west ot MisslEEipi gave him a majority foulIi years because events proved him JIto be mistaken in jlews and false lu tall1No longer is Mr ttryau offering the j farmers a 0cent dollar He is silent andIj large collection of playedout para mount Issues His argument now is thai in sonic mysterious way farmers will bib endued by his eke loll aad that since the goldstandard hit re IIiYiBryan bInd 11001 The most powerful lull kal nilscoscopc falls to show any i tangible good for farmers In the Bryan j programme In fact he has noihlng worthy to be called u prospective line SIAnIhe hi any outside of free trade could I not sake h cform of laws during the treat our years He has had no ex i p rri in Statesmanship Ills brief j and iniy official service has been in III Hans cf neproicntativus He could came a now secretary of agriculture but that department has been admir lastItvuiveas every live farmer knowsI Farmers do not gather In cash so easily that they will send a share to political commliteis without substan tial ivaons Mr Hryiiu In his way Is a farmer but has said that he trust make money oherwifi to kelp even Ho recivd last yar fMOUO from lec turing and his poHtlcal organ adds largely to his income Ills perpetual candidacy advertises his lectures and his weekly paper lie can give strong personal pecuniary reasons for the course ho pursues but what is there IC it for a farmer who sends 100 to his campaign fund after digging the money out of the soil Under the last Democratic tariff a sheep could not bo sold for 50 cents Mr Bryan offers an other frre trade Democratic tariff with a corresponding range of prices Wha ciao he offers no prophet can tell though much can be guessed from the ft el heat re IF already up to his III fait that he is nil arty up to his neck in exploded fallacies u suljfct ou which he is dumb in spite of his UI limited facility for speech A farnvr who sends money to the Bryan cam paign fund must trttlyh avis a SHIRT Ilulty to throw at the birdsGout De mocrat The Worlds Bost Climate is not entirely Into from djeeabe on the high elevations fevers prevail willie on the lower levels malaria Is encountered to a greater or lest extent according to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malana jaundice bllioiiKJiic fever and ague and general debility the most effec live remedy is Electric Hitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote or everyf form of hotly weak ness nervousness and insomnia Sold under guarantee at all druggists Price uOc m i Kentucky Fair Dates IThe following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 100S as far as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 2S5 days Winchester August 44 days dnysiUniontown August 115 days Burkesvllle August 114 days i Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrlCounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 1St days Barbourvlile August 193 days Erlanger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days Elizabethfown August 253 days Shelbyville August 254 dais Burlington August 2G4 days Germantown August 2G5 days Morgantown September 243 days Somerset September 14 days Paris Soptember 15 days Hardlnsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 2I days Monticello September S4 days Hodgenville September S3 days Hartford September 94 days Glasgow September SI days Falmouth September 304 days The Kind You Have Always Bought end wliicli linn been is else for ocr 30 years has borne tho signature of perIthIsII Expcriatcuts that trifle with mel cnilun cr time health of lafouts and Cliildrcn Experience nguiiist Experiment What is CASTORIA Ossfcaria Is a Iiarniless substitute for Castor OH tareI goiic Drops and Soothliij Syrups II is Pleasant It contains ueitlier Opium nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and oDsytt Fcvcrishncss It cure i Diarrlicjca and Wlud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and FLttulcncy It assimilates tho rood regulates the Stoiuach fund Rowels giving healthy and natural sleep The C3tiWrena Panacea The Mothers Friendt GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS Dears the of tk1ZifJ1The Sn Use For Over SO Years twt emuua COMHMT TT uaat not r acvvrrs CITY f tl iV1Pll sii 3IWl1J11 OUR CLUBBING RATESs THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Hemlcl 135 THE REPUBLICAN aud Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owenaboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwicoaWeek Oboio Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 TUB REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 29YEARS b11 Of Honest Business Reputation j is Back of Every j bit KONt7MENTE SOLD BY US = bt GEO M1SCHEL I SONS I PROPRIETORB 09 i Owen boro Monumental Work g fi 4124148MalrtSt Yards 2U216218 Clay St i OVVENSBORO KENTUCKY 4 U Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You ltt Ifi Money on All Good Honest WorK w w w ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place Wo can suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it interesting for you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without Baying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean la dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 3100 PElt MONTH 4 i Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop u A Hartford Republican c M BARNETTEOfOts UD PlofiEtOWS c S s =PDOES ounllzlancS40aoucb FRIDAY JULY 31 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Preisdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of OhIo For Vice PresIdent HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE- of La Rue County Sow for the Bryan surprise party The paper trust should be probed with a stick of dynamlte None ofthem can run their party any smoother than Willie Hearst The Democrats cannot take for granted the solld South this time Enthusiasm was rhllJllan In Cincinnati I Tuesday Sot much doubt about Ohio For campaign biographer ol Bryan we suggest lion James M Guffey ol Pennsylvania When Mr Bryan takes a trip he al ways passes the hat on the train for campaIgn contributions Taft will conduct a front porch campaign after the McKinley kind We Presume Bryan will run the same old one ring circus We are very much surprised that The Hartford Herald by its silence turns down our overtures for a nonpartisan election In this Judicial district Mr Taft makes char In his speech of acceptance the fact that he Is In favor of a tariff which will pro tect American laborers against the poorly pain labor of Europe Mark this prediction 1l the Demo crats attempt to make capital out of- Mr TalLt religious views It will reeoU upon tthe heads of those who engage In It Norman E Mack the New Yorker tersonally selected lJy Bryan to dIrect his campaign for the presidency has an annual Income of OOQOO In cold cash The commoner evidently In tends to send Ins gnat cummun people Issue to the rear With 16 to 1 tmperiahbm Government ownershiP etc We are told by the Associated Press that air Bryan somewhere in Iowa put his head oUt the car win dow and said good morning gen tlemen The A 1 neglected to tell us whether he raised the car window califla porter to do H or thrust hiS head through the glass Such ommis nuns of detail are inexcusable Judge Il L D Guile ol Butler county has gone Into all the political partles which have existed In the united States In a period of fifty years Alexander the Great having conquered the world died of n broken heart- because there were not other worlds t conquer Will this be the sad fate of the Judge through his mania to Join parties While the assertion made by a Louisville preacher that there Is no place In heaven for lawyers Is a little tough on members ol that pro- torsion yet tt Is consoling to knu- wahe statement Is made without perron1 knowledge and Il the bible intrjnttion fudge Not Lest Yo He Judged Is to be taken for anything he may never have an opportunity to say I told you so Hero are the headlines from an art It to the Louisville Times from Lln cola Nebraska Democrats to light for colored votes Bryan mEets negro leaders of Home City and urgES them to influence their race to support Democratic ticket In view of the fact that no Southern white man was good enough for the place would It not have been a good Idea to have selected a negro for National Chair man This would have gone I long way toward showing the colored voter that Mr Bryan really desires their support and Is ready to have them affiliate with the Democratic party Creeds and Candidates The dastardly effort to foment pre judlce against William Howard Tall because ol his religious convictions will prove a boomerang to those who are fostering It We cannot think that the disposition exists to any great extent In this country to make a mans creed a test of his qualification for public office It hair been Industriously rumored t j u i that Mr Taft Is a Roman CathollcI- The rumor Is tar from the truth but If It Were a fact that he held his membership In this historic church ony the most narrowmlnded bigotry see In the relationship a WOUldI upposlng his election Mr Taft Unitarian his lJeolle anEpiscoUnitarIans lr8 Taft Is palian and her husband dlslllas his broadmlndednetS by worshiping more j often with his wile than In his own i II11oven be referred to In a campaign They concern the IJeopleI about as much as the whether Mr Taft Is a homeopath or an I allopath In his preference for medical treatment Even Ir he were an oseo- Iath this could hardly be considered sufficient cause to create campaign Issues of the fact We have heard no protest from the Roman Catholics the UnRariaus Bryant Jews because William Jennings disIIasefulThe only vital question that Can biI asked concerning the candidates Is as- so their public records and their personal ability In relation to the grtLt office for which they have beets noml nated Mr Taft has a record ol long and faithful service His enemies can I find no blemish In his public life upon which to place the finger ol criticism i or condemnation He has met every duty Imposed upon him with a fidelity to the people and an Intelligent skill that are bond adequate praise or de sewed reproach His work on the btlth and In the Cabinet Is the best proof of his executive mneHIUnfortunately for 3Ir Bryan or per Imps fortunately lie has had no oppor tanity to dislay his qualifications for high office under test of actual re He must be considered recIordhan upon his record as office hold erIIt Is upon this record that the people will reject him As a man Mr UIIn has much to commend to hlml He Is a citizen ol whom the country may well be proud His life as a cltl ien has been blameless He Is public spirited energetic earnest and we believe honest but he Iii mistaken In his views as to the needs of this coup try IUls policies are variegated and 1acHatJng he lacks etabillty and depth of perception He Is an excel lent man In private lilt but would be a dangerous man In public office With such consideration In relation i to the two candidates the people may properly concern themselves but let us have done onCe and for all with this bigoted and prejudiced discussion ol religious convictions which these men holds as between themselves and their I God Let us riM above such narrow intolerance to a laud where tho funda mental prlncgde or liberty Is based upon a mans right to worship the Almighty Uti ids conscience dictatest Let us be Americans In the full signl- fieance of that splendid New World word and judge a man by his deeds and not by some shibboleth of creed or dogma Surely our presidential elec Lions art not to be turned Into II heresy trhtl Louisville Herald- BAIZETOWN July 9Seeral from this place I have been attending the debate at Warrens Mill between Thad S Hut son of the clsuitlt of Christ and T A Laslle of the General Baptist Crops are looking well In this neigh boyhood after the rains unoder the management of Prof L L bry 1 V James of 3 Henry was at house Friday night The W 0 W Lodge meets here Friday night They have their new hall ready and will meet In It Mr Luther Rogers has been at Cram well the past week where he has been superlnending some work on the roads H K James and Ellis Cook went tot Rosine Monday to begin Jhe ereJ thin of a new house for 1Vm flatter i FAIRVIEW July 2SWe have had a line rain at this place Mrs Nat White and daughter Miss Corena went to the picnic at Frledt land Saturday Misses Eugene Wilson nessle Acton and Messrs Herbert Wilson Warren Daniel attended church at Cane Run j Sunday Mr J W Miller wife and son mas ter Bernice spent Sunday with Mrs C C White 1 1 Master Tonle Acton spent last week with his grandmother Mrs C C I White Mr Dick Duke of Horton Is visiting his daughter Mrs R M Acton Mss Lorena White visited her broth er Mr Roscoe Acton last week Sunday school Is progressing nicety IlacI Myers spent the day I n White Tuesday I Several attended the prayer meeting at Mr UouSnln Bashams Monday night I t1Js Dollle White visited her lit tie Cousin Bessie Acton Tuesday oi LANDS DEVil FISH J FROM GREEN RIVER- Jake Bononberger Hauls In One With Horns as Lung as tile Ordinary Billy Goat A fishing party composed of Geo Smith bart M P Able Jake Bonon berger JP Coons Edgar Roysxer DIck Banks Ed Melton Charles My- era and Sam Solta went to Green river wednesday on a fishing picniC says the Henderson Journal For fear they would not catch the necesrary amount of fish to appease their butt Per they slaughtered a goat which was well adorned with horns After arriving at the river Jake Ilonenberger put out his line and leI It for a few minutes Some of Utl other attempted to play a trick and attached the head of the goat to his line When Bonenberger came back ho saw the stick that lie had left it tlld to bent down and was sure he had caught a big fish He pulled In his line with great enthusiasm and at last landed the goats head He begged the boys not to tell the joke when they returned to the city and they promised not to Hewever one of the boys said that he understood Ilonenberger was telling that he caught IL devil fish that had horns and the boys thought It time to tell the truth MAT ANZAS July 9A good rain fell here lat Saturday night and Sunday which was badly needed Johnson Bros ol Beta are threshIng wheat In this community W K James and daughter Mrs L W Tlchunor returned from Central CH last Saturday where they had been visiting relatives for several days Miss Mabel Tlchtnor Is visiting rl- lallls In Bowling Green Messrs H C Taylor S H Render Emmett Render F J Jeuney EA Career Geo Montgomery Silas Bell Ed Johnson Misses Iva Nora and Onto Taylor Kate Bennett Kate Ashby and Mrs Aunle Render left this utonhag to spend IL few days at the i Mammoth Cave- tCtn Newbolt of Hartford Is In our midst drilling for the Murray Coal Company 31rs Go IJerly and two daughters Misses Ethel and Katherine and 3iiss Josie Everly of Island spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs L W Tichenor Mrs W P Render and daughters Misses Mary and 3abyn returned home from Hartford last Monday where they had been the guests of Mrs C E Smith for several days Miss Rena Tlchenur Is visiting In Central City Rowe Condit spent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother Sherman at Hellln L W Iglehlart has a very sore hand cauesd froma bruise i Roscoe Render of Hartford was lucre yesterday evening Mrs Mollie Itandrum and daughter Miss Bet tie who have been visiting relatives and friends here returned to their home In Sounth Carrollton last Saturday BEAVER DAM i July29 Rev Virgil Elgin filled his regular appointment here Sunday jll10rnlng and night Mrs W M Wright of Louis yule are the guests of Mrs Wrlghts parents Mrand Mrs O Stevens for a i few days Miss Addle Van Meter of Central City Is the guest of Slits Anna Barnes for a few days Miss Dora Wallace who has been- i visiting friends In town for the past few days went to Central City Sunday i where she will bt the guest or her sister Mrs S n Van Meter Mr and Mrs Webb Cannon and son lastIisjMisses Kltte and Marian Rhoads en- tcrtalned with a 42 perly on sFon day night last withIi Mrs J E Williams entertained with a FlInch party on Thursday night past In honor ol Mrs J A Adams of St Charles and Miss Elliott of London- Grace Williams and Lillian jlMisses home of the latter enter a 42 and flinch on Fri day night Miss Isabel Bean who has been visit Ing relatives at Sulphur Springs re turned home Sunday Miss Blanch Van Meter spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends In townMr Verna Maddox formerly of this place but now ol Austin Tex Is spending a few days In town visiting friends and relatives Miss Nell Austin ol Louisville is spending a fewdayswith her mother Mrs F O Austin ol this place Mr W C MeKenney spent last week 1 rf w In Rochester Ky air LawrenCe Bean of Miss Is spen lag t few days at his home at this place i- sfirs F O Austin and daughter Miss Marie returned Saturday mornIng from Denver and an zetended Western tour Deans moving picture show gave an I enertainment Saturday and Sundar- nights which was very entertaining i and highly enjoyed by all present Misses Mary Lewis Ware Mary D Tanner Mary Elizabeth CarrIck spent Saturday uught with Miss Marie Ats tin enroutel to their home In Lexing ton They had been spending it few days with Miss Anna Hays at Roches ter Miss Marie Austin entertained aI few friends with 42 3ionday nigh Prof C C Justis of La Center Ky I has been chosen as Principal ol Kentucky Seminary for the next school year He conies well recommended as- a man ot high moral character and a Iwxtlearhistory ol the InstitutIon Miss Forsylth of Morgantown Is the guest of Miss Seoml Horn for a few days Mr and Mrs W T Austin who have been West for some time return ed home Friday morning I Prof M U Iaughender who has been prtrcIral of our school for the past live years left on Wednttday last for Murray Ky where he has charge of hl schools tor the next year- Mr and Mrs J A SWlatt are visiting relatives In Sarcmento for a few I daysMr Truman S Woodward ol Prince tOil N J whose parents live here Is It home spending t few days and making arrangements to leave for Chita where he has a position as prof- fessor lu Chemestry nt Tlentln China In the imperial PetYang University This Is a very important position and is quite all honor for one of ourboys Dr S D Taylor Messrs E A Taylor Orville Taylor and J P McKenne- ynttnded the debate at Warrens Mill on Tuesday Mrs K J McClure and daughters 3isses Ira Pauline and Elizabeth of reIlalll8No Revolution In Sight Tie hEad of Mr Urans literary bureau rays A polllical revolution Is at hand All time signs point to a change of party control of the government in 1908 If there are any such signs that personage ought to Ont them out Mr Bryan has net- yet mentioned any ol them and he would be likely to fee them If anybody could And It he saw any of them he would quickly tell his coun trymen about them One of the indications ol a revolution In the presidency comes In the congressional elections two years ahead This premonitory symptom always conies When the Republicans carrld the louse of Representa hives In 1658 the victory of ISG0 In presidency was foreshadowed In 1514 the Democrats won the House of Representatives for the first time since 1856 and the drop In the Republican vote for the presidency two years later was so steep that HayesI obtained a majority of only one vote In the electoral college The Repub lican setback In the congressional IctoryIl gin In the House close to the vanishing point In IS86 lore told the victory J which Harrison won In 1888 The Republican reverse to the congressional canvass of 1890 and the Demo cratic overthrow In a like canvass In 1894 presaged a big defeat for the party In t case In the presidential canvass two years later Nobody has detected any such dlsIjority ol lltelght In the House of IlreIbut It Is large enough for practical purposes Every Democrat as well as every Republican on reading the re turns In November 1906 saw that all the signs were favorable for an other big Republican triumph in 1908 If there were any reason to suppose that the people were tired of Republican domination the evidence of I It would have appeared In the con gressional campaign two years ago Nothing ol the sort came to hand Neither Bran nor any other sensible Democrat has any hope ol Democratic success In 1908 In order to preserve the party organization a ticket bad to be put up The man at the head ot the ticket however will not exhibit the faintest surprIse when he learns on the nIght of November 3 that the third battle turned out just as the flfst and the seconi battles did For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Foul road one and half miles from Sunnydale directly on the Mi II 01 n nGooddwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water Apply to BARNETT SMITH Agents c Y I IOlATON Kei rS- Ford and Mary Clran t a- licnlt Jr Foy Ky S urd y Messrs SlnkSttISmith shipped a car lost ut s JO + J day MrCyrus W E1an wsw goO of his parents at Xtrrev SslLdsY Mite Birdie I1Rrtllcn fats r uzwt to her home at LIIcilfild If r H tntldd visit wi h rein Ins here She was accompanied home by hr coutint Miss Ada McDtaniel wvno vril spend a few days the gue t ol frleads In LeltchfleId I 91r Ira Faught and wile Frledaand were the guests of the formers par eats N J Faught and family Monday- and Tuesday Sir Lewis Mnrlin has been given the place of subeltue Jettlr carries os the rural route hue Mr G W Daniel was formerly the substlnte Dr J S Bean returned from Hartford 3nnday after n few days risk with his parents Dr and Mrs L H Dean Mr William H Lyons Is visiting In Breckenridge couny this week Mr Sam IL Payton Canyl11e yeas the guest ol his mother Mrs Jane Payton Saturday and Sunday I Mr Dowden Estes recently purchased a house and lot from Mr W T i Young and has just completed a drillI- ed well 52 feet deep on the place i He met with splendid success by find lag an extra strong vein of cold watI ereIamIteenand Hartford has begun his work as rural letter carrier again Master Juse DaniEl Is the guest ol his parents Mr J T Daniel and i family at Owensboro He was sum moned to the bedside of his tin sister Miss Bessle who Is ill of typhoid fever Wilbert Hall who has been n sufI ler so long ol hip Joint disease Is again confined to his room The 5th piece ol bone has worked from the limb In less tram 5 years Kills Husband Wuunds Wife I Then Suicides With the picture of Mrs Pearl La vat Krt1 pinned to hh undsrgarnicri- clrse to his htar and with several unsigned notes nrorby giving In de sal his reatons for the murder of Ar itfiur Kraft and the attempt to murder Mrs Kraft the body of Phillip D Hans Jr the murderer was found i under t clump of trots Friday morn Inl on the farm of R S V tech near S Matthews a suburb ol Louisville Ky True finding of the body of Hans who had committed suicide IIdtd a twwloul hour search for the murderer I In which practically the entireP- OICE department of the city of Louis yule and Jtlltrscn county had IJartlci Several hd Iwools near St Matthews and vlclnty all night lug In an effort to capture Hans alive I On the day previous Hans had mac Arthul Kraft and his wife on a streE- jln East Loutvllle He was In lore I Krafts wile and Insanely jeal t us of her He immtdjtcly bsgan firing t the two Krait was kill ed inctamly and Irs Kraft was ul mot faially wounded Theh little 1mInlEdlatolinns confetson of the terrible deed KraftjlIorIttusel tnoat graphic recitals of love and jest nsy pabal ever penned by a youth I In time note he said he had not Intend- Ed harming Krott but that Mrs KraftI I with whom he was desperatEly In love was the lntended victim of hIs pasI ticncrazed brain and that lund it not Ibeets that Kraft attempted to draw a weapon he would not haw fired on hint Two of several notes whch he pen- nedi just before committing suicide rrE as follows FAREWELL TO MOTHER Dear Asti her Tell Isabella Viola Harry Wallis and pop goodbye I Mother dear this Is all my own fault I never would llsen to your good advice If I hud things would have been different Instead of be ink in the shadow of the gntve I would bave been at college with n useful me before me Girls have bten my downfall rooter The world will look down on me for what I have done But mom I have been brokenlisiu1 fed for some time The girl 1 love beter than ant world Is the cause It I could not have Mr nobody else could My love cannot be divided Tell the boys never to hi=ve any thing to do with a married woman 1 found out too late Molder dont meentireIlyI you znctbtng but starer will I say a word again Ikarlmy only Pearl the one l Ipved and lost Mother dear please dispose Of my y I F t 11 trir tUU tE10R1D BY PERUNA Catarrh Twentyfive Years Had a Bad Cough M fiohia KittleenEvanston IllIuriie I lnve lcen troubled with catarrh for marl twtlItrf1n years uIIIIIoItried many cures fr It but obtained wrIIlIo help Then toy brother advised me to trY Perms U lit I r dill i 3t bcal0 w ss very poor at tilt time I iMsa tkln l1 sto My throntwas very sore and I line u badcough Perrrna Lax cured ne Tire chronic crt1rrll IS gnnc and my health 1s vary nult wlpnJcd I rtIIlI1mud IcrnnB to all my frlnl who arc troubled as I WRit prlWNO TABLCTSSono people pro ter tabtata rather than medicine to B fluid form Such proplc can obtain Peru na tablet which represent the medic nal itt reclietttaot lcruna Each tablets equals one average dose of Peruna Manatin the Ideal Laxative rcmalns as quistly as possible PriIvati uo tIOWElI Lay me IHtjde brother Orwell Goodbye nsohcr tlIII That ring with my name In It Is Otl Pearls flnIgar You can get It I suppose I I came here to write this lEtter not to escape for what Is life without the one I love To my masher Mrs Phil Hans 1020 Wlclllllle avenue ADVICE TO THE BOYS 4 Ff July 28 1905 Boys the time Is l here I must cra s the rIvEr Dont fall In love with a married woman Dont drink too much booze I dId not drink booze but this Is a warn lag Work an Idle mind Is the dcv I Its workshop they say- My names Is Dennis now My address care of His Satanic Majesty Hades along the River Styx s pTellhis genorosetyLife a game ol cards II how for a qUten but got u bulld aceTell the fellows around the cor ner that Ill be thinking of themtSunday when they are at the stable Funeral it1C8 of the murdersul Ide Philip H Hans Jr and Arthur 1 W Kraft his vic dm were held SAtur- day ate noonthe bodies being taken to the ceugeterIea In the Same hearse I about twO hours apart The Cave Hill l- Annsoclatdon refused to allow the burial of plans body In its cPmeeery 1 Time oftlcers of the Cave Hill CentIetery Co my that this was because of o ruling of the Company that no person of qutatdonnble character be tip 1 lowed to be burled In the cemetery 1 LightnIngs FreaktLightning performed n strange freaktat the residencEs ol Messrs D P Derrman and Thomas Wliliants div 1uF nil electric storm the light Hartord last Saturday night Hur- InglJ an lecetrJc11 storm the light nine fiafhed down a tall hickory tree 4utandtng about midway batweOl the reatdnClEs which are about 200 yards apart Jumping front the tree to a4telspthone wire about 5 feet from poolledIn each residence and burned them out severing the wire near each box The hickory ute and a large telephon Pole were fhafsered to pieces No one was hurt ClS the event occurrro justtnficr midnight when the occupants of the raaidences were In bed lOur Thanks fro the kind people of Beaver Dam and Hartford and community we take this metbod of extending our thanksa andyourflowers during one son Barrys ness In return may God bless and save one and all is our sincere ayIer JOHN A AND EL1ZAA KING JulY 22nd 1908 r y r M + + Y r wr ti e + t rrrrrrrrrr wr iJ 4a a 7 iiI i l s r f9 O J srLt 4M KS t 1r C 1K aS ftk3LIOHI Ite Fairs Big Annual Nine Cent Sale Be ginning Saturday July 25th continu ing until Saturday I August Dont Fail to Attend JB ij Hanfurd Repuhlka FRIDAY JULY 31 Illdo is Central Railroad Time Table ttnrlli lliniiil Mllllll IIOHIK NoIl1 till 405n in SO 101111131 s 1- 11NoIrIII1IIIIII Su tut dn4S P n No 112 hi48Iu II1 dnk62 on Attend Fairs Nine ceut Sale Nice Belts good styles 9c at Fairs Everything In Fairs Basement 9s this week Bring your Eggs and Chickens to James Lyons Twentycent Lace Hose 9c at Fairs this week- Twentyfive cent Embroidery 19c fit tycent Embroidery 39c this week at Fairs Why pay more Nine cents buys 12c 15c and 20c White Goods al r Fyatrs Try a can of French Drip Coffee Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons Mr and Mrs Dudley Ford are atten ding the Confederate Reunion at Ow onsboro airs Armanda Kortzon and sons Willie and Harry are the guests of Mr John King city Mr and Mrs John W Taylor Leltch field were the guests of relatives In r Hartford the first of the week Dr J R Pirtle attended the con i ference of laymen of the M E church r South at Owensboro Tuesday f Mr IsFoster was the guest of JhIS brother Dr Richard Foster at the first of the week Mr and Mrs John A King oft Beaver Dam were the guests of their epnR W King city the first of Ithe week tMessrs M F Klmbley and Lon j Barnard Ceralvo AA Sheffield West Hartford were among our callers Tuesday a and Mrs O R Tlnsley of the i rIMr Washington neighborhood are the h Proud parents of a fine baby girl born Saturdayk i I Our line of lOc 12c 15c 25c t S Lawns never was so complete Vfft rbave them In all Shades and patterns t fifo CARSON coll c i Cots Cots Cots 150 to fSOO CARSON CO Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office Fifteencent Lawns Organdies and Batiste now 9c at Fairs See the 12fO and 1500 Suits at 999 at Fairs this wtk There is certainly something doing In Candles at Lyons Grocery For SaleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford Ky Itf Mrs Mollle Feemster Hartford R F D No 1 was a pleasan caller Wednei day Monty saved by tradig at Fairs this week Special drius In rll departments Olr Berry Taylor has purchased the R T Ross dwelling on Madison street Consideration 1250 It is wonderful how much money can be saved on a grocery bill by trau ing with Schroadcr Co 47tf Fairs Nine cent Sale closes Saturday Dont miss the opportunity of getting some big bargains Would 41ke to rent two furnished rooms for light house keeping Ad dress Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tf Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour Itf We carry a complete line of the worlds greatest shoe makers shoos the W L Douglas Shoes CARSON CO FOR SALE 1 bay mare 15 hands high 8 years old saddle and harness fine style Address Dr J S Bean Olaton Ky Lost Between Chester Rowes and 0 D Hefllns ladles purse containing 450 Return to Mrs Sarah C Stroud Centertown Ky Mrs W P Morrison and Miss flay Rogers Beaver Dam were the guests of Mr and Mrs J M Rogers City the first of the week A step ahead In quality a step bei hind In price thats the guiding rule on our Shoe department You pay- less here and get better material and smarter shades CARSON CO For Sale Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable For particulars call on BARNETT SMITH 1JI ittJ J Messrs T H Bent m and S M Day ter Centertown were among cur sail ers yesteruay I Hon M L Hravrln r turned Vu nefday evfnlrp hOin hi Tat ne T catlon met ing at Ciiiimwj- t Mrs GeoiEn H Bridges anti son Dr J T indges C r f cn Mo ait vIslMng A I 111 i Mrs Fat Ion Jl 1 arrived In Hertford yes rdjy o visit1 her Irattlt Cap iincT Vn S K C DX Messrs J Thomas Arcn and Thomas Hlnes Roslne W F Stevens No creek were among our caller Wednes dayWe I are headquarters for groceries OUIlimottovery goj regardless of profit CARSONN ft CO j Come to my Grocery and sre my new line of Toilet Goods You get I double value or 200 worth for 100 JAMES LYONS Mrs Richard Browner of ClneinnaM neo Miss Lula Hudson of hart- ford i has a fine 10 pound boy Moth j er and babe getting along nicely Miss Ethel Martin has resigned her i position as operator for the Rough River Telephone Co and has accepted a pistlon with tho Cumberland Mr Julian Elgin who had been In Tucson Arizona for the past three months for tho hl1fI + of tats health returned home Monday unimproved Miss Luclln Pirlc returned Wednesday from a visit to Owonsboro Shi was accompanied by bass Bessie Me Ewen who will visit relatives In HartfordMrs Maiden wife of Estll Maiden ofthl Suydu nilgNiT hood died Tuesday Her remolry were Interred In tho family burying ground Wednesday Mr L P Crowder who for the past few months has been at Jen1 Ings La superintending work in the oil fields Is the guest of his family at Roslne He will return Saturday A letter received from Dr A F Stanley Delhart Texas conveys the information that he has entirely regained practiceabout Aug 15 Messrs H P Addington and Bud Bullock South Carrollton J II Black burn Ceralvo H H Chapman Taffy Albert Riggs No Creek Mr and Mrs J T Lowe Jingo were among our callers Monday i Fino f350 Piano slightly used for 265 Will take part paid In board or horse and buggy hire or both Also good organ for sale cheap Will take part or all In board Address Lock Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tf An enjoyable picnic was given by Z V no Griffin and others Mon day on Rough river near the Ice Plant lu honor of Mr R T Collins and family of Louisville About forty per sons were present and partook of the delicate flavored barbecued Kid which had been prepared by Pp Foreman as only he can prepare It I hasIhadI ful Catalogue for 190S The premium list has been materially enlarged and the track purses have been more than doubled in several Instances This promises to bo the greatest fair ever t held on these grounds At least the company Is dong Its part Get ready for a great week Sp 912IThe g Ijcrc I E K anti Lon Smith dang bunei s under the firm nape of E K Smith Bro Wenerflt this county wss burned hst Thursday night LAVS abcut 5000 No Ineurjnie Origin of fire not known It is Uioughthow ever to have caught from a clgsr or i cigarette stub The pestoffice kept by Bob Hickey In the same building i was burned Loss not known The TriCounty Baptist is a neatj little church paper which made appearance In Hartford Wednesday will be Issued weekly from The ItI llcan office Dr N F Jones of the Hartford Baptist church is the Editor and Proprietor It Is a well edited paper devoted to the interests more especially of the Baptist denomination In Ohio Muhlenberg and But ler counties The subscription price Is 50 cents per year SaleI of Beech Oak and Gum within 21 miles of Hartford Call on orad dress B F BEAN Hartford Ky B2t4 Thanks- I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtesy they have shown me since I have been their Sheriff I am now ready to receive their 1908 tax and will have to col lect under the same law that I have been collecting under so the sooner you get a tax receipt the better It will be for all R B MARTIN S 0 C + f bioIF i1 t REPUm IGA S NAi CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Mr Robert H Wiun Is the Chai- rVlIHn With Four Others On Body rTVIC ReimbIcau S1 v Central Cam mftlcp of Konudy nit a jo Louis villc Hoel Wednesday and selected II campaign commUitu to uuiirigo tho i fight n Kentucky for TvU I The subvomniMio to which was entrusted ilia task of selecting u cmoIimlgn committee recommended eontndtIteR II Vinn of M Sering chair man 1IIIIonI I Congnstman D C Edwards of too Eleventh dl John ltrlctIAdlsorJ I selection of this commKice will be left lo the local Campaign Committee Mr George Wdtslnger Smith mill Mr C H Blakey are tipped for ihesu ape ipolnimeiis Each S ate Central Comml eenian will select a member of tho Aldvlsory jommlltee from his district Mr Nat Howard has been chosen from the Third liiiiedexecutive session to consider a num ber of minor contra relative pear cilia eommlueumn in sovtial court ties The Campaign Commit dee dcd n- csnbllfii headciuai UB ni lilt Gal House in this city OUR TIME STANDARDS Tho Four Sections That Divide the United States Every nation hut Its own time stand ard but the United States him four These time sections us they are called were introduced In the year 18S3 chiefly for the benefit of the railroads and are known us the eastern ceutral mountain null Pacific The eastern section extends front the Atlantic coat to nu Irregular Hue drawn from De bolt to Charleston S C the central j includes all between this line and an oilier extending from Itlsmarck X D to the mouth of the Itlo Grande river the mountain extends from here to the western boundary of Montana Idaho Utah and Arizona and the Tactile III eludes all the remainder of thu coun try to the PaclHe roust The difference In time between net Joining sections is one hour NO that when It Is 12 oclock In New York city It Is 11 oclock at Chicago 10 oclock nt Denver and 0 oclock at Sun Francisco The true local time of any plaee Is slower or faster than the standard time according as the place Is west or east of the time meridian Thus the local time at Boston Is sixteen minutes i faster than eastern standard time i while at Buffalo It Is sixteen minutes slower Harpers Weekly Feminine Intuition Flattie Pm positive George loves me j and wants me to be his wife Ella Has he told you so Hattle No but he has taken such a strong dislike to mamma Chicago Tribune The Uselessness of Worry Sympathy Is loving understanding and the expression of It helps a lot Worry Is sympathy run to tlellIalldi that doesnt help In the least London j Sketch Its mighty herd for a girl to got i sentimental with a titan who has just lost his Job Atlanta Journal The Snake Bite So Wild Bill died of n snake bite Wbar did he git bit 1Oh th snake didnt bite Bill Th i bit Tough Tompkins an Tomp kins drank two quarts o tu remedy au then shot DIllTIIIIis Library I MANDA j July 27 are looking nice since the rainIMr Gertie Amos wife and little daughter Thelma went to the debate a Warrens Mill Butler county Mr Leonerd Leach wife and chlldrer from Louisiana arcvisiting Airs Nancy i Plummer near Manda Mr George Taylor and Miss Danna Beck went to the debate at Warrens mill Butler county Born to the wife of Mr Netter Sandefur July 24th a flue girl Mother and baby doing well Mrs Moseley Dead Sin Sarah Moseley widow of Mr Curt Moseley deceased died at her residence at Pleasant Ridge this county latit Sunday nlgnt of dysjn tery and heart trouble She was 58 year old at the time of her death FPlrltlLUldy four boys4o mourn the loss of a mother They are all grown wine of them are married and are as follows Misses Mottle Ella Naurite land Ed ith Ursula who recently married a Mr Hicks and Mrs Victor Jornagln The boys are Messrs Yancy Wlllard Eno said Eldred the first named an attorney at the Hartford bar Her re I CIII11tllce1lI were cciiduotd ly Riv N F Joiiw iwstr of Hnnftrd IXi V Oiiurcii Mrs Mceeley had been a m mbjr 011 cifyuarri The family have tho sno r symJ pathy of their ninny frlends in their sad for s I DUNDEE July 27School began at this place Motiutiy with Mr Shultz teacher I Mr Wellar of this place who has flux Is no better Mrs Cora Stateler of Mnllanry who has been visiting her sister Mrs Cook Bean returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith of Me Henry were the guests of her aunt Mrs W F Bean near Sulphur Springs lust wetk I Mr J W Stevens and family was tho guest of his sister Mrs W 1IBrown near Hartford Thursday FOR THE BUSY READER Llewellyn Powers Representative In Congress from the Fourth district of Maine and a former Governor of that State is dead at Haul on I Cruelty to rats was the charge upon which Jslu Hdolfon was arrested by a llumniie Society officer He is said fo have pourtd coal oil on the rodents In a trap and then to have roasted j them Governor and Mrs Willuon at Louisviili AVednesday evening last celebrated the thirty flrst anniversary of their marriage with a fv friends The anlverfary dinner wasI very quiet though appropriate In every particular ALe a conference between Judge I Taft Frank H Hitchcock and Arthu- rI Vorys It was announced that the National Republican Committee would assign speakers and carry on the cum I paign in Ohio as twill in other States though Mr Vorys will continue as Judge Tafts personal rvprosoniathv and chief of staff Coy Willson Wednesday I plied o a letter addressed to him by I G Rawn vice president of the Ililnoir Central Railroad requesting hint InI withdraw the Slate troops encamped on the railroads right of way In Wes tern Kentucky on account of threats the company had received that Its property would be destroyed If they were not withdrawn by a certain date Gov Wlllson Jn reply stated In substance that the State troops would en camp at any placo convenient and that his whole object was to main tain order and protect property heI Governor also said that It was evident certain people in Western Kentucky were attempting to freze out troops WYSOX July 29 Everybody was proud to see the rain Saturday night and Sun dayPeople In this part of the communi ty are breaking ground for wheat Mrs Laura Maddox Mrs Mug Shultz and Miss Alia Fulton spent Tuesday with Mrs Rachel V Davenport Mrs Rachel V Davenport and son Polas went to Rockporl Monday Mr Htrman Bryant John Vaught Lee Nehcn and Mr Dick Green were the guets of R Y Davenport Monday Mr Bud Davenport and wife spent Monday night and Tuesday at Mr Uy or Will n r r j JUh tud wife sent i vi S uby uu ii alomhiy with Hei Kta tr d ahfr Vr and a sTbnat K ned Miw V rl Darcnpor roturn td horns TiU dy fir iiwwkii visit at her lTneJ Jr Edd Willlamo lu the Hope well ne g borcd Mr U yrt Tom Maddox sient Sat irdky jJu and Sunday with their roUt iad sis tr Mr and Mrs Dud r dicxUK C iJ WlHnmc returned honn Sunday ifr a YeolJt visit In Wjsox Ir Torn Grulf and children spent a few days last week In Paradise Mrs ftaaNl V navtnnrrt has hbufdit house id lo in Hocitster- Ilr Jo and Polias Davenport atten lad the et rSIIt uupivr at TItor- tea n churhftauday nisht Ir Joe Davenport spent SSutrdtiy night with his sister Mrs Sabra raiso Irs Lui KeiiKry spent Monday witlfc IPP daugliiir Mrs Tom Wldlck sir ubfrtddox went to RockEorc ianrday SUNK HALE Juy 20 Fhool In Kan av this plac th 20 vlh Xr A C IJaughn ast to lev ri v ri tom her a nuVil the burl ii of Ai Jcmle XiCvi at Palo yes ery M Grinviile James null liiinll and sr lirjtS Wynong are v ltlntj in- Bu r eo r y bitt WI ck r C P iwn rI and dill hCEr 1t K ia he =tests of relatives rte 8uuf i 1 L toa oi Magna wcotllia I of Air L U huuunn ant Citsd y I iram Mrs Jy Park cf irirforei Mrs iIerV ace I J and damHer Elsa lint lie r Id Mr Aira Cvttr 4 CoUll1rt- wet hn r a cf H 11 Jaufte yes tt- M r RNafrre trey h1 Utot f F U n1 MnntJir n rt M JaiiK3 Cop aSt diode n business rip Xiw uef Cay Mr Vtetf jt 5 aloe vfsiu d rilcj i SinC y 111 Sunday Mlt L i Colls of Hartford Is vtsitla Mr John Uodrou and iicoi y this vek- Mr one Jars On1 Coy and am raider Harman Palo were the guest of 1rs Coya parents Mr nail Met V rn Pow sri Saturday nut Suudajo Born o Mr sail Mrs TIltit John eon the 2 rh a baby boy Vr C D Vi orfleld of Maaa was here Monday Mrs Johnston of Beamont rex it visiting her sister Mrs KurGitrwu ot this place HARTFORD COLLEGE Opens Its Twenty Eighth August 24th 1908 With Its large and growing facltt lies and Its university trained fast ulty Hartford College offers advantages not to be found elsewhere at so small cost The cost of board and tuition per year varies from 120 to ISO while to those who do light houso seeping the cost varies from MOO to 7000 per year Students who desire t ccrnomlzo by keeping house are glv lU every enoursgemeut to do so Classes are not over crowded heuce f tidents get individual help which hey could no get in large litstijtu ttoiis For caaiogues and ii irnai Ion write to L X CJUA7 Hartford Ky VVV- NOTICE TO TilE OFFICERS OF ELECTION AND VOTERS llf iSUBSGHOOL DISTRICTS OF OHIO CO KY- i After having carefully studied that part of the Now School Law relat- Ing to the election of trustees will soy I think that he certificate attached In back of ballot book should be carefully filled out and remain In book al so fill out one copy of said certificate and return to County Superintend ent of schools within five days Ballots not used should be destroyed h1 ballots voted upon and counted should be refolded placed In box nilock ed and returned to County Superintendent within 5 days No booths are required In which to vote but all ballots should be voted secretly In- case there has been no polUon filed front any Subdistrict and no name appears upon the ballot any voter has a perfect right to enter candida tes name in writing on ballot and tho same should be counted for said par ty whose name Is so written Stencil mark should be made in square opposite name voted for whether candidates name bo written or prlntecb and if any voter voting does not wish to support the party whose name Is printed on the ballot he may vote for any one person for whom lie writing In on blank line said partys name and stamping Inn square opposite said name Time of holding election first Saturday In Aujy polls to open at 1 oclock p m and close at 5 oclock Pm All mala persons 21 years of age who have been residents of tho Sub School District for 60 days proceeding election ore entitled to vote Respectfully W S TINSLEY 4 Clerk Ohio Co Court r r w 1 t J I I T Y r d C + rsi stlae e IIn Z5V I 4 i MARVELOUS MACHINES Some of the Wonderful Instrumente Man leas Invented The sensitiveness of the human organism is gross Indeed compared with that ot the mnlVelous machines mlill has made A photographic plate con pled with a telescope discovers mllllonl- lot stars whoso light the retina of the eye does not appreciate The micro phone makes the InllUlllblo tread of a fly sound like the tramp of cavalry men The human heat senso cannot realize a difference of temperature bo yond onefifth of a degree but the ba rometer an Instrument 200000 times as sensitive ns the skin notes a differ once ot a millionth of a degree A gal vantimeter flexes Its finger at n current generated by simply deforming a drop of mercury so ns to press It out ot u spherical shape Into that ot nn egg The amount of work done by the wiuk- of nn eye equals 100000000000 of tho winks marked on the scale of a delicate Instrument but even this performance is surpassed by the cohcrers of Branley- of Paris by which the Hertz waves of wireless telegraphy are caught In their pulslugs through space The range of impressions which wo get from lilting nn object ts exceedingly small An ordinary chemists balance Is some mil lion times as sensitive and weights down the two hundredth part of a mil ligram Without such instruments ns these wo should know far less about the world than they place within our reach They make It evident that our sense organs give us reports ot but n comparatively small number or comparatively gross stimuli Chicago Tribune BULWER LYTTON i Ho Was a Grotesque Figure According to This Picture I The late Dr Edward Vaughan Ke nealy who cppeurcll nN counsel for the Tlcliborue claimant was well ne qualnted with many of the celebrities- of his tlllle In the memoirs which his daughter has published there lire some piquant passages Here Is what he hlllI to say In his diary about Bul wer Lytton Dined tonight with the lord chief justice Lord Houghton Bulwer Lyt ton and other senators und ladles Bulwer Lytton Iii n clown Lie was shabbily dressed and sidled Into thl room with slouching air and gait lie held his hat In his hnnd as though about to drop It and looked OR though he did not know what to do with his less Iie gaped his eye was lacldus terell and he Hall nothing It Is al most Impossible to believe lie wrote the works which pass under Ids name Ills wife says he did not write theta no has a great nose like Fltzball or Bardolph but not so rem as the lat ters lie has cut oft his beard and the hairs are scanty and scrubby down his lank Don Quixote jaws I expect ed a tine gentleman perhaps n top like his own Devereux or like lJollngbrokc and I saw a crapulous fossil lie took Mrs Round down to dinner but never spoke n word to her remaining silent or mumbling to himself I think Cock burn was ashamed of him and al though ho asked him especially to meet me ho did not venture to solicit my opinion ot him But I told It to him And ho was ashamed ot liLs guest Ho Asked Uo had been courting n girl for n long time It happened ou Sunday night after church They were sitting on the sofa and she looked with In effable tenderness Into his noble blue eyes Tom shemurmured with n tremor In her voice tllt1nt you tell mo once you would bo willing to do any act or heroism for my sake Yes Man awl f glnllly reiterate that statement now ho replied In confident tones Well Ton I want you to do some thing really heroic for me Speak darling What Is It Ask me to be your wife Woe been fooling long enough Boys and Girls of Arabia A traveler In Arabia who passed n year among the people tells that lie did not see n single doll In the hands ot n girl nor observe ono playing nt keep Ing house In any way Neither did I the traveler notice an Arabian boy playing at ball or marbles Speaking with n grave sheik on the subject the latter sold to the stranger You must bo queer people In the west to let your young folks set thelrhands dirtied In sport I The Arabian lOlls It seems walkabout trying to look like little men ns much liS they cnn when not engaged In acts ot duty or In learning essential things Attracting Attention Remember n book play needs boom- Ing Jm getting some of the best clU Zeus to say a good word for our production Bah Youll never make Q press agent What you want to do is to Jet em to denounce It Louisville Cou rlerJpurnal The London Bachelor The married man lives sclentllic- nlly He never pays n bill twice or thrice over because he has lost the receipt The bachelor lives unscientifically Ue Is robbed right and left ne Is the prey ot every footpad that lurks behind counters Loudon Sketch rIgnorance TeacherI nm surprised that you should have such n bad lesson George I ewccted better things ot you Pu pllMy pa says It Is the unexpected that always happens Funny n teach er didnt know thntlDoston Transcript WINNING A COAT The Clever Scheme That Was Worked by a French ThIef A Frenchman had been attending the Comodlo Irnncnlsc and otter the per formanco hI took II gloomy byway In order to mule a short cut to the hot levard Montmartre JJe noticed as he hastened through the dark n slight tug on hIs coattail but to this ho palll ro attention WlIen ho reaChlll the bright boulevard however ho found to hIs great mortification that ono tllll ot his clawhatnmer coat hud been cut o- He notified u journalist ot his loss fillll the next morning nD account of time odd theft appeared In the Flgnro That afternoon a man is a blue uniform called on him I como monsieur the man said from time bureau of police We hare captured n suspicious character who had In his pocket n picco of flue black cloth Let me have your mutilated coat sir It the piece fIts It wo will know that wo have apprehended the man who robbed yomm The other surrendered his coat and from that day to this lie heard no more about It Time preteuded olllclnl was ot course the thief who had adopted that aduncious means ot gettlll the coat In order to atach to It the pur lolnell tail Who Knows Alice tolled slowly lip the stairs pa per mid pencil In hand ready to ask questions ot the llrst person she en countered Bchmg just six alma was ot the inquiring age and endeavored to make everybodys life n burden to them Time first person she encountered was DIlllet time upstairs girl Pwease DwIl1get she piped slt me ye letters of ye nlfablt Slowly and impressively Bridget compiled An now DwhljCt proceeded Alice pwellHc gif nmc ye letters vat olnt iii- ye ntahlt Bridget thought Then site thought again Sue was puzzled Filially site said Ill tell ye tomorrow and went down to ask cooLondon Queen The ColoniesIn English Eyes The nellIe ngIl81I1nan amid It is- surprising in what numbllS he exists lens n vague conception of colonies gen ernllr lie has some hazy notions of Virginian plantations mid hansJlorta- tloll settlements and crown colonies where tl peppery udlitary man ot time 014 school takes up time white mans burden by holding autocratic sway over unclad barbarians The concep tlons are more otter luau riot fifty years behind the tlmes8yllne Lone Hand The Oldest Jury The oldest Greek poet has left us n picture or what the jury was In h0 time Time primitive court Is sitting and the question Is guilty or not guilty The old men of the community give their opinions In turim The adjudicating democracy the commons staudlllg round about applaud the opinions which strike them most and the applause dctcrnihmes the decision Such was probably the earliest form ot jury The British Drama It Is absolutely true that the British public goes to the theater to be amused sot to be itmstructcd It considers that It pays Its money to bo amused acid It sulleidy resents the presence ot any powder In the jam It is when this attitude changes lint the great renulssancp lit the British drama will nrrive Lon dos Graphic Hospitality Use one teaspoonful ot this cocoa In hot water every day rho cnn will last thirty days But suppose theres companyy- missis Why then ot course use more bet waterFllegende matter Advantage of Position Where have you been nil after noon Music hallpiano recital Infernally tiresome wnsnt It- Not ot nil J was the plnnlst Chicago Tribune Fine feathers do not always make fine birds Sometimes they make a lit tie gooseDallas News nOW to Know a mad Dog hydrophobia Is In reality so rare and so terrifying that Its syniptoums and treatment are little understood As a matter of fact the commonly accepted expression ot nmadness In a dug often misleading The rem mad do- does tE not shun water as It Is said On the contrary mad dogs often rush to the water and drink eagerly It they are able to swallow mad do- does mothnot troth at the It does not run amuck snapping at every thing In Its path Whatt lien are mho Indications ot time mad dog To those familiar with n given dog the surest tympomu and time one that shouldi ex- cCe closest ntenion Is n distinct and unaccountable change In time ilbgs des I posItiona itaid dog becoming excla the amid a frisky one dull That coed I LIOn does not necessailly mean rabies but It Is suspicious and If It addition the dog has trouble In swallowingas though It seemed to have a bone In Itl throatbeware I That dog should be Inetanty tied up because It It be rabies It takes but n day or two tor ferocious instincts to deovlpo The unmistakable evidence however off II Fny ti t Y rr dog with rabies Is the sticky rhitish saliva which covers the teeth and shows on the drawn lips The eyes glare and are red the dog has paroxysms of ruunlg fury during which It barks hoarsely with alternate period of oxhaustlonThe Outing Magazine II Queer ways of Reckoning Time The bounding riders of the great Australian sheep ranehehavo each a district to look after In whichono must keep the wire fences In repair and see that the sheep come to nu harts It Is a hard life living as each rider does quite alone 1nthe wil derness There are some curious ways In which these men keep count ot tllH liars Ono old man who had lived in thl bash country for thirty years used two Jam tins and seven pebbles Oul tin was marked Thus week and tlh other Last week On Sunday mUIn Ing ho would take a pebble from Last weelt turd drop Inw This week and repeat the operation each subsequtm morning until This week had swal lowed tine even They were thou rl- turmed to Litt week and the old fellow know that atioliorsv wk III passed Another man tried and failed whim secral plans At last lie hit upon anew Idea III made a big damper the name given In Ausratlln to n cake made 0 lour and wateron 5uII day night runt makul It limbo seven ions each rcctlon being a days a lowance so thatcvery time ho ptclm ell till the dnmllr the grooves wouJ remind lmimn ot the day Unforlmw- tely one Tuesday there camo avi or n ttil a ravenous appetite The Iwo stinted ldnisiif In orlllr tha tl hungry one night be satisfied WIj time days SctlOIl lint he wi- 1Vith anxious eyes the host saw h knife cleaving the boundary line aid the hugry man ruthlessly carving no his almanac At last he cOllld stand It 110 longer Stop Stop Iw cried as ho grb bed the remains ot the damper alll glared nt It There ho said youvP eaten Tuesday and Vcdnesdayi and now you want to slice the best o the mornln o Thursday and I wont know the day o time woek Dollar Bills by Weight Dollar bills are worth almost their woight In golll a batik President saId the other day to a depositor Yes I suppose they conioti bmudy for change and are easy to carry the depositor replied absently No I was speaking literally time bank Pres Ident replied We got into nn al- jument In the bank hero the other day as to how much a dollar bill wolllIed A 20 gold piece weighs 6401 grains We found that twenlrSeVII1- rrllll IUW onedollar blll8 weigh the salllt as a 20 gold Ideee WI testel soma bi11K that had been In use and found that It took but tWInrElx of- tliPm to balance the gold hit e J suppose thalt he lw entysis used bills gathered an accumulation of dirt In passing from hand to hand that weigh ed about what one new hill doesI mums City Star Remarkable Natural Fortress There Is In the northern part of Madagascar the moat remarkablo nn turnl forlrels in the world It is occupied by n wild tribe who call themselves the Peollo or the Rocks The fortress Is a precipitous rock 1000 feet high and eight spuaro tulles in ar Its sides are so steep lint It can nut be cllmblll without artificial means Within It is hollow and time only entrance Is by a sublerrtmeam- tpasrage Musical Beds Clitoral morphia and time poppy must look to thou laurals liS nlll to natures sweet resorerr for according to a French cpntempo nu Inven tion pronriees to produce sleep Oil stormy or hot nights amid to lCfeclIllllly banish itrsomnla The invention Is a musical lied The snbjtct takes his rest and with his foot realeasN a spring which sets n musical box In motion Tim aplmaratS begIns to grind out sweet lullabies null melodies and Iin a short time the Patient Is In the arms or sleep IWYSOX needs rain In this part of the community Mrs Edd Williams Is visiting her brother A J Davenport at 1hllt writ tag dlr and Mrs Tom Widlck Mrs diughterMtgPearl attended the picnic at Adria Hill Sgsurday Miss Pearl QJvenport Is visiting her cOllslUlf Miss Maggie Williams and Miss Rhoda Lewis this week Messrs Henry mid Leo Sanders fatal ily Mr and Mrs JohnGreen and Mr and Mrs Shelby Nelson spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Daggelly Mr and Mrs Cormlckels returned home Saturday after a weeka visit I I SURE CURE I For All Diseases of i STOMACH Lmiz a KIDNEn w I at Mr and Mrs John Green Mrs Dlrlle Wallace and children spent Thursday night with Mr and Mrs Bud Maddox Mrs Rachel V Pavenpo spent Saturday night and Mr and Mrs Will Smith of Muhlenbergeoun- ty iMr Pallas Davenport attended Sun day sChool nt Taylortown Sunday even hug +Is Kissing Doomed It begins to look as It this form ot salutation and farewell and mode of demonstrating affection would have to go the way of ninny other customs We have started a crusade against It and a great French doctor very strongly condemns osculation as dangerous amid unhealthy In Japan It Is un kimown and apparently they get on perfectly well without It Yet western civilization appears to regard It as Indispensable and really whelr one comes to think of It there are still about us many mUllo11 wino have survived osculation as arE necessary on the face oft he earth If we heard week Ufll week ot cases ot sudden death and of infectious disease transmlttcd from the praetlce of kIss lug ones friends und relations It would be imu indeeiito raH all ou cry against It but who ever does hear of such casts The extreme hrglel- 1ijj and doctors might at least remember that ptople do not gJ about pro iuiscuous y Ids Itg nil and sundry arm lh1 sensible ones do not kiss babies- sad shit jcapiewhin litycan gout of I BULBSBUCIBEES BULBS SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER stele to build New JIllneu A trial will make 1ou a permanent cu- tomer eatbfartioaguaranteed or your money refunded Souvenir Collection P ia8v11i- U r ydiJIl ran erro dbse y arrea6 BoMphnCatMUy Lr AQU4 Pall r MIl lIp pn huh rn4t- aMiIIiatew wam US nretiw- OUAUATEED TO PLEAPE Write today 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palpitation fluttering pain in chest or difficulty in lying on left side your heart needs helpa strengthen ing tonic There is no bet ter remedy than MiIes Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt al onceIbottles ot Dr Mlles Heart Cure and can uuthtully say It tae done me more good than anythtng- I have ever used and I have tried nearlY everything that I know ot The doctor who attended me asked me what I was taking and I told him Dr Mlles Heart Cure he saId It was not going to do me any good but It did I have not taken any for a year now and while there Is occasionally a slight symptom ot the 81 trouble It Is not enough for me to continue the use ot the medicine It I should get worse I would know what to do Take Dr Mlles Heart Cure as I did before I consider myself practically cured ot my heart trouble- S IL DUNNAM Livingston Texas Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls ho will refund your money Miles Medical 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us a bit 44 call Prices always equitable It i rLECTRIBDlnERSCre Dacllaoke tc i to on I soothes Blount atoatccurtl 1JTb for tthuo pti i loo Grraraat t1t PllC1r iI1t itni a OtlrtassTr OJtHMiiiiPBARNETT SMiTH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY 1111 prime Ice their profession II alt the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals SpecIal attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice ot CrIp anal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build lag J FRANK L FELIkt Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining couimtlea and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the lie aid building CHAS M CROWS LAWYER HARTFORD KY fWill practice Ida profession In all the courts oC Ohio and adjoining countles nUll In the Court ot Appeals Special at tentlon given to criminal practice ana to collections Office In uld Republican buildIng on Centej street JNO + B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD rCY- Sreclal attention given to collections PublicpUblic square R R WEODIlG Attorney at LvHARTFORD KY FederalCourt toMaoOffice over Williams Drg Story r ti 1- MLIIEAV1tmS 111141 wunlJ All HEAVRIN WOODWARD orfle s ct dataHA- RTFORD KY Will practice their profession In andCourt Otflce YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY theCourtsand In the Court of APPeals Also No NationallJank W HliAnNEs S A ASDrltsol BARNES ANDERSON LaWrHARTFORD theyhavetice ot Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side ot Main street opposIte Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and Iltigatioi affecting Titles to Real Estate wilt bit gIven special attention Notary In office W ii BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 13- 7JAMES CBENNETTSP o nox ia Unrtford K- yLICENSED A UCTIONEERIWill sell any and all kinds of prop reasonable I t JOHN BLAIR Buford Hy LICENSED AUCTIONEERi properly tl ble Your patronage solicited 1 SROmCg l t 1 DEF D 1Ie1I4111odeL + 1 re how toooiuaio pima tirade = 1 t0p7ricbteie IN AIL COUNTRIES tlwiaronry drPleat lid kifdslemsst PnotloeEaoluaIYllr teaseatWt4 iNeer Jpm 0 I WASHINOTdNDC i i e STATE FAIR PROGRJrM Special Prizes Superintendents oi Departments 1 The very handsome sum Of 25000 supplemented bysplclal prizes amount- Ing to JOOO Yo11 be offered In proml r ums at lbolltxth annual Kentucky ItsIicwfwee of Sept 14to 19 Inclullivo In nearly every department the prize money has been materially Increased over past years and as a consequence the most attractive and liberal classification ever presented by a fair south of the Ohio river Is offered to prospective exhibitors In the horse departmrn t the prizes are 30 per cent greater and Jn the mule and jack departments 25- ner cent In exeeas of last years list- and still a more Ilbernl Inerettse In th poultry and womans departments Among the special prizes listed aro two handspme trophies presented by the Losisville Automobile Clubs onto e 1 the best American carriage animal to be JUdged by till standard of class lficatlon provided lIy the United States Department of Agriculture governing the exhibit et carriage horses at tho various Statu Fairs and Eposltlons of the country and one for the best pair of mules owned by a Ientucky exhibitor The latter In addition to Its value and attractivuuess Is somethin- In the way of u nuvOlty In that It 1 organizatloIa- be lis strongest competitor In trdiIe Other specials are the Highland Horn e Cup valued at 100 offered by Gay pros of Plsgah Iy for the best and finest saddle bred foal of 19f8 hJ Montgomery Chief SpecIal offered by nail Bros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion snare or gelding any age by Montgomery Chief a trophy offered by the American Saddlo Horse Breeders association for the best registered stallion or mare no over three years of ago and to b shown In hand a cup hy Powhatan Stock Farm for the finest stallion mare or gelding a 50 cup by Smyse- Bros of Lyndon Ky for rondete- championship and a trophy by Joh ZIt Sharp of Louisville for the Ugh harness championship the Dr Mc Chord cup given by W P Hayes Bloomfleld Ky for senior herd of Jac stock and American lack Breeder Association Special f9r junior herd of jack stock the lump sum of 500 do hated by the American Shorthorn Cat tie Breeders Association for prizes for Shorthorn cattle and a like amount by the American Hereford Assoclallon for prizes for the Ilerefcrd breed 125 offered by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company for specllli prizes for tobacco and a grand sliver 10lng cup presented by the American lIerk shire Swine Association for the bellt of Berkshires exhibited b Kentuckya breeder and numetou specials for farm products offered bIthe lion M C Rankin State Commls stoner of Agriculture Ir Superintendents of Departments at the Kentucky State Fair The most competent men nvatiabl have been appointed superintendent of the various departments R II- Tlllard of Lawrencelmrg has been chosen superintendent for the Hors Department William Simmons of Shepherdsville for Males John H Good of Louisville with n H Young Charles A Hess and W C Cawtho as assistants for Poultry C 11 Thomas arid Z T McCabe for Dogs Selby II Sale with Wllllnm H Yetter as assistant for Vegetables and Mc one II C Lovelace of lIeston with George J Karsner of Jlxlngton as assistant for Field Seed und Grain H M Froman of Glient Ky for Tobacco M F Johnson of Buechel Hor- tlculture R H Tncko of lexingtu Plants and Flowers Miss Evelyn Porter of Louisville with Miss Eva llc Grew and Miss Alice Porter as assts- nuts for Womans Department G Rogers of Smith land and U W Ne- of Versailles as assistant for loarmI implements and Machinery Harry L Sm ser of Lyndon for Speed DepartI meat and Prof J T Hooper tngton for Students Judging Contest y 1HEADS OF DEPARTMENTSI The seventeen departments haveI been placed under the management of the various members of the StateI Board of Agriculture IlS follows A C Rankle Frankfort Poultry an Pigeons Horticulture and Plants and Flowers M A Scovell Lexington Dairy Cattle Sheep and Goats nnd- Colllo Dogs G N McGrew Darou- Vornans Department Farm Imp e meats and Machinery W R Moor man jr O1endeane Beef Cattle Guthrie M Wilson Uardstown Horse s Mules and Jack Stock and Speed D- ipartment Caldwell Norton Louisville Swine Desha Drecklnrldge Lexlng ton Education William Addams Cy- thtana p Vegetables and Melons Field Seed and Grln and Tobacco John C Cbfayo Pnintsvllle Minerals and For entryTho small farmer or breeder should not fail to enter his products at the Kentucky State Fair He often thinks there will belo many entries that he could not have n chance for n prize His nelghborhlnks tho same They then feel chygrlned when they go to the Fair and see someone walk off with a won on some specimen nquch Interior to what they own For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J1W NQymln Sec retiLr1 320 IawJonei LoufrTille Ky P rI jrtff ili r KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACES Horse racing always anattractJon especiallytskles will he feaf red more than at any previous State Fair The new balf mlle track now In process of con sttucttoa when cot pleted will be one of the fastest halt tn11e courses In the Indicationforthis talk Four stake flue purse and havebeenannouncell there will be two running races each dRy so the Kentuckian who thinks that his days visit at a tale Is Incomplete without seeing n firstclnss horse taco will not be disappointed nt this years State Fair Among the early closing events are the Kentucky Drew troteAssocIation stake for 230 trotters and the LoulfTllle Commercial Club stake for 218 pacers Stake entries closed July loth purseentrles close Sept 7th and entries far the cup race at 12 oclock the day before the The stake races will be contests- on the three In flue heat plan with a veheat limit and the purse races on the two In three heat plan It Is the ultlnmte intention of the State Fair management to hulld a full mile trac encircling rife present halfmlle calrae chargywill compare favorably with the best State Ialr nlflo trucks In the country slid Louisville will doubtless bC 1e ono of the most popular tralnTng grounds In the country SPECIAL NIGHTS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the Re tail Merchants Association of Louie SpeIbually engaged for seeral weeks In nighet Monday night will be School Chll drens Night Prof Fl H Mark super pubhrnightt v Annerica an Night with Mr Louis Seelbach 1 Nightktlon et Labor chairman Thursday ltlflltary Night Col W n Haldeman commander of the First Kentucky reg- Iment chairman Friday IrlshAmerl can Night Thomas McCabe chair man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings on Saturday will be especially Interesting on account of the various horse championships being awarded that days MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT FAIRaAn unusually large exhibit of farm Implements and machinery Is la pros peel Owing to the Incompleteness of the State Pair the exhibitors of this department donlif shore the sortie advantages afforded them by some of the older institutions In the way of lale- machlner halls but every other fa- clllt and accommodation will be at their disposal Commodious spec will be assigned tp this department and already n largo npmber of appi cartons ore on le including manufacturers ot engines pumps stock taste I fencing mills road machines rahp cles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and ever y utensil used by the farmer The farmer who desires to ho instructed In the use of better methods and better ma chfnery will have a great object lesson before him ntthll Fair COlliE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR The collla dog exhibIt at the Kentucky State Fair promises to be a greater attraction than ever before A new departure one entirely origins I settlean S of the collie to the favorer A credit hie show of this nature will appeal to every collie fancier as tour points are chairf1 I Clot It Is expected that this years show will bring out 150 tattles Includ- Ing many famous Eastern dogs The sheep trial will be started by expert Eastern dogs Any farmer In the state nlonIp bde eligible STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST Following a plan devised by the of er state talc Institutions of the cot try and one that has proved eminently successful nt all the great Weston fairs as well as n progressive step In the Interests of agricultural educatlcn Commissioner Rankin has offered 100 In cash for a scholarship to the 1 cultural Department of the State Un varsity for the young man under toen tone years of ago doing the best work In livestock Judging nt the Ke n lucky State Fair of 1908 contestant to be required to file a written opinion with the reasons therefor on horses cattle swine and she Jf exhibits Correctness of selection will count 6 points and reasons substantiating th same 45 points The Kentucky State Fair managj meat has arranged n tree amuaeme program which alone Is worth price ot uijmisalon For catalogue entry blanks or othe r Information wrIte T WNewman Sec retnr1320 Paul Joneii Building I4Ql1ls Kyl 1 rI J i h t r- C + ti aii o A DISPLAY OF QUICK WIT earlYThe Yankee und thu Russian story Is again on its grand rounds but as all attempts to name the original Yankee have tailed says London M A P It Is sate to pIn the anecdote to any prominent American who may have visited St Petersburg The Russan has been Identified as the Grand Duke Constantine younger brother of the Czar Alexander I and the Incident occurred about 1810 The Yankee went out for a walk fn March when the snow wns melting uncI sudden rain The street umze of puddles divided Into by uarWw ledges or snow at lugs over which pedestrIans middlef felt thclrtral The Yankee was just la the of such n snow bridge when ho sized the Grand Duke Constantine up- proarhing In the opposite direction fhe path being too narrow for two poisons to puss the rand dugs being ofshis WilY the Yanlwe belt too courte tiour to turn his back on a brother of the czar to return whence he cants and too proud to step servilely lute the slush for u mere prince of the royal loodsuch one the contretemps ekw hipped out his purse presented It to Constnntlne und asked Even or odin Even d tile astonished IPrlncIstepped off late a puddle gal n leg deep Constantine highly pleased hy this peculiarly American proceeding men tinned It to the czar and our Yankee I was invited to dine at the palace next Ilay HE LACKED TACT Bad Breaks of the Man Who Was Trying to Sell The meanest job SpectaclesIsold a mllliollairo dung I still see the sad and scornful looks I still hear the reproachful oaths I which that work brougjtt intro on me It was at tile seashore Iliad n case of spectacles for every age from fortythe up 1 paced the beach and the board walk Once 1 wulked up to u toil antI gentleman seated close together all the sand Sir and madam 1 said would these Interest uUt The best and cheapest brand or old age spectacles on the market ThIs pair would be your size sirtort nloe years Lad will you try these l1t1yfour year ones They reddened and the luau told ate with an oath to more on 1 remain- dbert as I moved that he had been holllllll her gaud A seaside flirtation or course they hadnt liked their thoughts brought down from lore to olll age spectacles On the board walk I accosted a pretty girl lending nu old man by the arid I Would your grandpa be interested In these mIss I sold Beat glass warranted eighty year size price Tell him to go DIIlo said the girl And as I went a hot corn man chuclledThat you dub was Cobra Goldo and his young brIde Los Angeles Times A Curious Army Toast or all the British regiments the Welsh fusllecr hue the most curious army toast U forms port or the cemj moor of the grand dinner gircu nnnu ally on SL Davids day After the din her the drain major accompanied by the ont the mascot of the fslleers bedecked with rosettes or red and blue ribbon marches around the table car r11I1 a plato of leeks Every olllcer or guest who has never eaten one beCociIs obliged to do so standing chair with ono foot on the table while the drummers bent n roll behind his chair lIe Is then considered n true Welshmnn All the toasts ore coupled with the tame of St David It Is IIII much this tray that the toast with I highland honors Is drunk Each guest stands with one foot on his choir and i auo all the table and the pipers log parade the testa aPIP1 No Place For Dogs Is It Impossible lu Japan to keep n good dog I pure twice had m logs disappear In n seemingly miraculous way As 1 am well aware that there Is n great demand for dosklns espt dally those or young dos we have j been careful III hatlug our dog wntcl1 ed Nevertheless he disappeared this I morning Almost every foreigner has I lost n dog or dogs anti oven n sea cap putdhis feetou JundJapan ChronIcleI I Tte World Is learning I Drlggj Do ou believe that the world Is Qirlded into two classes l those who borrow nllll these who IIntI1I iOrlggs No sir 31v that two other classes are much more I prevalentthose who want to gotten wonttendLlfp The Difference urn whats the dltrerence between a I rhyme and n poem rhymeeeven merely put on a card to be stuck up la ar L car Chicago Record IIerald ntCandorula whnts friendly easier It Is generally the first aid to en miryCbtcago RecordHerold Tho good you do Is not lost tho you forget ItSlelding gbI Is i r W f+ +++++++++++ + ++M + ++ + Hi4 4 11 KENTUOKYii THE Light aildrPowerINCORPORATED t ii+ ELEO1RIU LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOIIE i+ OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD iB1 WITHOUrl THEM WHEN IN REACH t 1 E G BARRASS Manager i e + +p +LOIIIoI WIHENposted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER 4 TypeIwriter f globe is not so important as the further tact that ii1TheIIworldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Sillith Pre uer Tlipewriter Go Iinucrlr + r nlucL- 2l Iiue St I IOUI MO i 1 1- f Itf fo i N and district exhibitsampleIC making money test Write ar fullhrrlicuLirr andsprewofcral oars Weshtoidputkeep the bicycle ship it buk to us at our earnlse andyu will gal br out one rent FACTORY PRICES makealto rS middlemens profits by buying direct If us and have the ntanthcturers gui tiresfromanyoprices 7 M YOU andnlVesellthehighestgndebteyclesortesamonthan ivjuicvvLF p1ALits you can sett our bicycles tinder toUr own rune plate at bicyclesIbuton our stores we clear promptly at prices rangier Irom3 to tta or IUD Descriplive barrain lists matted tree ahllu whels roller parts repairs andCOASTER BRAKES at taUI frudrpedalsequipment ot all kinds sual 111 55 0 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF JI M SELFHEALING TIRES A TO PNIRDUC PAIR EONLYih 1 llllJoII NO SUL tS3JOair out Over 0 two WporoUIInglhealrtoesape We hae d and puncturo trll8 B Uupothbyd 1tIULtiOadvertistngpurposeaweeremakingasthe rider of only 480 per All orllers ped same day letter We ship Co O n on approval You not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representa1 We allow a car s dtsoount of 1S cent makln the price SI1I11 per pair it ye send FULL OASII WIT II ORDh and enclose this advertaacenent We till also send one nickel brass hand pump Tires to be returned at OUtt expeeee If for any reason are not satetacloryonexamiaation We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us as sakes In a bank OU order n pair these tires you find that they ride easier run taste wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen nt any price We know that you wilt be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you wilt give us your order We want tf send us a trial order at once hence this reraarkablc tire offer pairIFat the Introductory price quoted above or write for out big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlch describes sad quotes all makes and kinds 01 tires at about half the WAITbut write us a postal today VC NOT TIIINPOF BUYING a bicyc DO NOT pair of tires until you know the new and offers we are making It only costa a postal to learn everything Write It SOW wondcrtyy J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILLs um Iris iOPYRIIiHTIi Xc Anyone sending a sketch and description ma opinion IllvelilfohlprObbl e Communlen HANDBOOK on Pateuta- I sent free oldest aourlngpatents- Patonts taken through ktaun t Co rlTsnOli without oharselat e JlmtrltaUII Otl1co C T Bt Vubluilion U Co IDraL h 5 re ofJ I WlIm llJmT Cho Couaty- Cireult CourtT F Blrkhead Judge MJdkJttJ1l1erFelix Muter CommlaslonerY L Mos MattlneSheriff CAShleyCourt convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks Novembertwo JudgyVconvenestlrstthirddiondaytober Tuesdayony In October Outer OfflcerN Moxie Surveyor R4ltoyJamea CoronetJingoJUSTICES COURTS J IL Williams Beaver DamMarch N Juno 3 September 21 December 21- V P Miller horse Dranchllnrch 26 2tiISeptember 26 December 27 126 W R Edge FordsvllleMarch 2SJun8 September 27 December 28- U S Chamberlain DellaMnrch 23- Juno 2 September 28 December O Herbert Render CentertownMarch- e June 27 September 29 December n 31JunoHAItllOItD POLICE COURT GleUllCItTllorney ollOlles second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES 3L H Church SotitServlcce secana Sunday In each mouth at 11 n m and prnerIBaptist ChurchServIces held Satur SundaIIthrsday evening SundayinRev Dozarth Pastor Chrlstlon Church ervlces every foUnt Sunday ot 11 a nt and 7 p m Rev W D Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC AI Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett MayorCurer R E L Snnmerman C M Dar GrlftlnHoollerSECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 676 F A Ma- Sons meets first Monday night In each EThomaseverythlrllR Rile high Priest Itoscoe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No U6 Knlghtz- of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K- ot R and S Iartford Tent No 99 K O T Mo PKennord 1oeper- Sunshine hive No 42r T O T 31 thirdII E lsirldtend Lady Commander f keeperJPreston Morton Poet No 4 G A n 11etoeenPorter Commander n A Anderst Adt Redlrl3fenday nights In each month Isaac faster ley Sachem J Nay faster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 319 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 7 0 G n Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary IOFICIL ROSTER American Society of Equity of- Nationnl Officers C M 11AILNE1T Pres Hartford Ky L X STATTS TicePres Trenton Ill O D JAULEY Sec 8 Treas Indlaua- rpolls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pros Georgetown Ky S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pros Dearer Dam Ii CAI P IEOIVN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford K- yCASTOR IA ChildrenuI Hears the i Signaturo of I The Safest and Quick- estI Way to Transfer lVloney IS BYt lONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Fur Rates Apply to Local Mgr kNcusroaATro TelrUn I w f J f- dAFT STRIKe KEYNOTE OF CAMGN Continued from First Page CNaflonil Control of Interstate Com tnertc Corporation Another suggestion In respect to sub ordinate and ancillary machinery nec essary to carry out Itcpubllcan policies Is that of the Incorporation under Nn Xlonal law or the licensing by National license or enforced registry of compa rules engaged In Interstate trade The fact Is that nearly nil corporations do lnR n commercial business are engaged ln Interstate commerce and if they all were required to take out a Federal Jlloense or n Federal charter the bur den upon the Interstate business of the country would become Intolerable It Is necessary therefore to devise some means for classifying and Insur ing Federal supervision of such cor porations as have the power and temp tation to effect restraints of interstate trade and monopolies Such corpora tJons constitute a very small percent ago of all engaged in Interstate bust ness Construction of AntiTrust Law The possible operation of tho anti ftnistlaw under existing rulings of the Supreme Court has given rise to sug gestions for Its necessary amendment to prevent Its application to cases which Jt is believed were never in the contemplation of the framers of the statute Take two instances A mer chant or manufacturer engaged In a legitimate business that covers certain States wishes to sell his business and his good will and so in the terms of the sale obligates himself to the pur ehnSer1ot to go Into the same busi ness In those States Such a restraint of trade has always been enforced at common law Again the employees of cm Interstate railway combine and en ter upon a peaceable and lawful strike to secure better wages At common ni7 this was not a restraint of trade ir commerce or a violation of the sights of the company or of time public Neither case ought to be made a viola Con of the antitrust law My own impression Is that the Supreme Court would bold that neither of these Inv stances Is within Its inhibition but If they are to be so regarded general leg tSlaUon amending the law is necessary The proposal to comp every cor poration to sell Ua commodities at the wree price the country over allowing for transportation Is utterly imprac tI ruble It It can be shown that In or der to drive out competition a corpo ration owning a large part of the plant producing an article is selling in one Bart of the country where It has com petliors at a low and unprofitable price and in another part of the coun try where It has none at an exorbl taut jirlcc this is evidence that it is at tempting an unlawful monopoly and Justifies conviction under the antitrust Jaw but the proposal to supervise th business of corporations in such a way ns to llr the price of commodities and compol the sale at such price Is as al mull and socialistic a plank as was ever inserted in a Democratic political platform Advantage of Combination of Capital The combination of capital In lars plenty to manufacture goods with the greatest economy Is Just as neeessarr as the assembling of the parts of a ronchiue to the economical and morn rapid manufacture of what in old times was made by hand The Gov crnmont should not Interfere with one any more than the other What Is an Unlawful Trust When however such combinations nre not based on any economic prin ciple but are made merely for the pur posu of controlling the market to maintain or raise prices restrict output and ihlvo out competitors the public derives no benetlt and wo have a mo- nopoc It is important therefore ofcapintrolled so that the public may have tiie advantage of reasonable prices and that the avenues of enterprise jnay bo kept open to the Individual and tie smaller corporation wishing to en cage In business Many enterprises have been organ hoard on the theory that mere aggrega tiara of till or nearly all cxlstingplants Ja a line of manufacture without re gard to economy of production destroys competition They have most of imam gone Into bankruptcy Com petition In a profitable business will not be affected by the mere aggrega tion of many existing plants under one company unless thin company thereby efforts great economy time benefit ol trlilch it shares with the public or takes some Illegal method to 11011- 1OUI1tIftlU1JDlld to perpetuate a hold Am the business Proper Treatment cf ruts Unlawful trusts should bo restrained with all the efflclency df Injinictlvo jjn cesH nail the persons cHggod In maintaining them should bt punished with all the severity of criminal pros catlon In order that the methods purl stCJ In time operation of their business xball lIe brought within the law To destroy them and to eliminate the trealtli they represent from the pro- ducIng capital of the country would entail enormous loss and would throw out of employmont myrlnds of work IRgiuen nnd workingwomen Such a insult is wholly unnecessary to the aci ojmpllshment of the needed reform and will Inflict upon the innocent far greater punishment than upon the qtyDestructive Policy of Democratic Plat form The Democratic platform does not propose to destroy the plants of ton huts physically but it propose to 4to the same thing In a different way Tip business of thus country la large 1 4A M i systemj y I of the so trusts Is protected with the other business of the court r The Democratic platform proposes tn take off the tariff In all articles com- Ing Into competition with those produced by the so called trusts and to put them on the free list If such n course would be utterly destructive of their business us Is Intended 1 t would not only destroy the trusts but nil of their smaller competitors The ruthless and Impracticable character of the proposition grows plainer us it tolieffects upou the whole community or l realized To take the course suggssted by tti Democratic platform In those matters Is to Involve the entire community In nocent aa It Is In the punishment of the guilty while our policy Is to stool out the specific evil This difference between the policies of the two great parties Is of especial Importance In view of the present condition of bust ness After ten years of the must re mnrliable material development and prosperity there came n financial stein gency a panic and an Industrial de pression This was brought about no only by the enormous expansion of business plants and business Invest n eels which could not be readily converted but also by the waste of capi tal lu extravagance of living In wars and other catastrophlcs Republican Doctrine of Protection The Republican doctrine of prone ton ns Ucflaltcly announced by tlu Republican convention of this year and by previous conventions Is that n tariff shall bo Imposed on all products whether of the ImlJortltJI or mine sufficiently great to equal difference between the cost of produc I ton abroad and at home and that this difference should of course lucluuo time dlUereuco between the higher I wages paid In this country and the j wages paid abroad and embrace u reasonable profit to the American proI ducor A system of protection thus adopted and put In force has led to tine establishment of n rate of wages i here that has greatly enhanced the standard of living of the laboring man It Is the policy of the Republican party 81111111111111otmil was pstfRcd under which we han had us already guld a period of euor mous prosperity Necessity For Revision of TariffIThe consequent material develop bent has greatly changed time comll tlous under which tautly articles 1o scribed by the schedules of till tarifffare now produced The tariff number of the schedules exceeds the difference between the cost of prodtie ton of such articles abroad and litItore Including a reasonable profit the American producer The excess over that difference servos no useful purpose but offers a temptation to those who would monopolize the pro Uictlon and the sale of such article In this country to profit by the esters 11Itlwrnut sutllcloatly high to glee the wens tIre of protection which they should re i elve upon Itepubllcan principles and = to those the tariff should lx raised A revision of the tariff undertaken iijiou this principle which Is at the j Ilicl of our present business system Iugun promptly upon the Incoming of w now administration and conslilcroil U a special session with tho prcllml ry Investigations already begun 1I I to appropriate committees of thlIHouse nod Senate will snake the r turbaiico of business Incident to IIlhIa chance as little as possible Labor and jHasWe cow now to the question of In tor One I ijiortant phase of time put L ties of the present Administration hn en an nnslety to secure for the wng ie rner nn equality of opportunity end noli positive statutory protection u shall place him on a level in dealing with his employer The Republican party has passed nn employers liabil ity act for Interstate railroads and has established mud eight hour law for government employees mind on government construction The essence of the rlIform effected by the former Is time abolition of the fellowservant rule and the Introduction of tae compara tive negligence theory by which uu em ployeo Injured In the service of his employer does not lure his right to nIcover became of slight negligence on his part Then there Is the act pro viding for compensation for Injury oIgovernment employees together with the Various statutes requiring safety appliances upon Interstate commerce railroads for the protection of their employees and limiting the hours of their employment These are mill In stances of the desire of the Repub lican party to do justice to the 11110I earner Doubtless a more comprchcn she measure for compensation of gOY ernment employees will be adopted la the future To give to employees their proper position In such n controversy to en able them to maintain themselves against employers having great capital they may well unite because In union there is strength and without it each Individual laborer and employer would be helpless The promotion of Industrial peace through the InstrllI mentality of tho trade agreement Is often one of the results of such union when Intelligently conducted There Is a large body of laborers however skilled and unskilled who are not organized into unions Thciv rights before the law are exactly the same as those of the union men and are to be protected with the same care and watchfulness In order to induce their employer Into o compliance with their request for changed terms of employment workmen have the right to strike In a body They have a right to use each 4 l 1 persuasion as they may provided It does liot reach the point of duress to lead their reluctant colaborera iii Join them In their union agalnut their emi ployer anti they have n right If they choose to iiictrnuhitc fundMto support tbiw onjrwd In a strike eto delegate to otll ers tho power to direct the ac thou of tin union and to withdraws themselves and their associates from dealings with or giving custom to those with whom they nre In contro worst I What Labor Cannot Lawfully Do What they have not the right to do to Injure fielr employers property lto Inturir their employers business by use of tier+ eris or methods of physical wartfor him or deal with him or by ear eying on what Is gonletlmcs known as n secondary boycott against his cuss rumen or those with whom he deals It tins been clammed that Injunctions do not Issue to protect anything limit ghtspropey that business Is not n property frht but such a promo clllon la wholly Inconrlsteut with nil the decisions of the courts The Su preme Court of the United States says 11rottheiness Is not us distinctly a right of a pecuniary nature as the right to his horse or his house or the stock of goods on his shelf anti the Instances in which Injunctions to protect business have been upheld by all courts are no many that It Is futile further to discuss the proposition- It Is difficult to tell the meaning of the Democratic platform upon this subject It says- Questions of Judicial practice have arisen especially In connection with III- dustrlnl disputes We diem that the parties to all judicial proceedings I should be treated with rigid impartial Ity and that injunctions should not bo issued in any cases In which Injunc tlons would not Issue It no Industrial dispute were Involved This declaration Is disingenuous It seems to have been loosely drawn with the especial purpose of rendering It susceptible to one Interpretation by one oppoInot aver that Injunctions should not issuo in Industrial disputes but oulri that they should not Issue merely IK nlllItlon must have known that no ono tins ever maintained that the fact thut nI was Industrial gave nay buls or Issuing nn Injunction lu reference thereto The declaration seems to be drawn lu present vague mind ambiguous shape order to persuade source people that IrI is n declaration against the Issuing Injunctions In our Industrial 11ISII1IlI posicitizen who objects to class distinctions that no such Intention exists at ail Our position Is clear and unequivocal l are anxious to prevent even an ap inIRjilrlt of favoritism to our set of our fellow citizens but of justice to all of our fellow cltlzumi The reason for ex raising or refusing to exorcise the power of Injunction must bo found lu InJurIUIIIThe mum who has a business which s being unlawfully Injured Is entltlellI to the remedies which the law hus al ways given him no matter who bus in flicted the Injuries Otherwise eIhave class legislation unlust In principle and likely to sup the founds owns of n free government Notlcx and Hearing Before Issue of InjunctionI of rio tloe lx foro Issuing nn Injunction It Is a fundamental rule of general jurisprudence Hintno man shall he affected by a judicial proceeding without notlcl and hearing This rule however has sometimes hurl an exception In tho is suing of temporary restraining orders commanding n defendant In effect toI maintain the statu quo until a harIing Such a process should Issue only In rare cases where the threatened change of the statues quo would Inflict Irreparable Injury It time were taken to give notice and n suinmrry hearing The unlawful Injury usunl In Indus trial disputes such as I have describ ed does not become formidable except after sufficient time In walch to give the defendants notice and n hearing I do not mean to say that there may not be cases even In hvistrlal this putes where n restraining under might properly be Issued wlhout notice limit generally I think It Is otherwise In some State courts nail In fewer Fed eral courts the practice of issuing u temporary restraining order without ntlco merely to preserve the ttatus quo anybody us recall that the practice has been pursued in other than Industrial this putes as for Instance In corporate and stock controversies like those over the Erie rallrond in which a stay order without notice was regarded as n step of great advantage to the one who secured it and a corresponding disad vantage to the one against whom It was secured Indeed the chances otI application when a hearing is granted nnd there may lx circumstances under which it may affect the defendant to his detrl ment In tile case of a lawful strike too sending of a formidable document restraining a number of defendants differentthingsare threatening to do often so dls wirnjjes men always reluctant to co laW ji strike from continuing what r cn1 Tee T r M1 s2 fr GtiTHE BRECKENR- IIXIEHardinsburg f s f Ky t September 12J 3 tA display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show 1An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Race each day A Trotting Race each day r Floral Hall the greatest in the State Something to- T suit everybody A real Kentucky Fair cr v M H BEARD Secy J+ their lawful right This has inule till laboring man feel that an Injustice Is done iJ the Issuing of n writ without notice I conceive that In the treat ment of this question It Is till duty of the citizen and till legislator to view the subject from the standpoint of the mat who believes himself to be unjustly treated as well as from that of till community at large I have suggested time remedy of returning In such cases to the original practice un der the old statute of the Unltol States and time rules In equity ndopud by the Supreme Court which dill no permit till Issuing of an Injunctloi without notice In this respect lime Republican Convention has adopted another remedy that without going so far promises to be Effect of Juryel1tlcloIISI Under such a provision n recaleltrnlltIwitness who refuses to obl na may Insist on n Jury trial before tillIcourt can determine that he fC tho subpoena A citizen summoned IIIa Juror and refusing to obey the when brought Into court must bo tried by another jury to determine whether he got the summons Such n provision applies not alone to Injunctions but in every order which the court Issues trllllIIIrletl to the Court of Appeals mold thonc to the Supreme Court and a Judgment and decree entered und nn order Is sued nUll then If the decree Involve the defendants doing anything or not doing anything and he disobeys It time plaintiff who has pursued his remedies In lawful course for years nest to se cure his rights undergo the inuvrraln tics and the delays of a jury trial bi ore he can enjoy that which Is his right by the decision of the highest court of tit land I say without hesitation that such n change will greatly impair the Indispensable power and authority of the courts Securing to the public the benefits of the new stat mites enacted In the present Administration the ultimate Instrumentality to bo resorted to Is the courts of the Unit ed States If now their authority Is to be weakened In a manner never known In the history of the Jurisprudence of Kngluud or America except In the con stitution of Oklahoma how can wo ex pect that Foci statutes will have eill clout enforcement Those who sure rate this Intervention of a Jury In such cases seem to suppose that this change In some way will Inure only to the hens tilt of the poor workingman As a mutter of fact the person who will se cure chief advantage from It Is the wealthy and unsnnipuous defendant able to employ astute and cunning counsel and anxious to avoid justice The administration of Justice lies at the foundation of government TIll maintenance of the authority of the courts is essential unless we are prepared to embrace anarchy Never in the history of the country has there been such an Insidious attack upon the judicial system as the proposal to Inter ject a Jury trial between all orders of the court made after full hearing and the enforcement of such orders The Currency System The late panic disclosed a lack of elasticity in our financial system This has been provisionally met by an act of the present Congress permitting the Issue 6f additional emergency bank notes and insuring their withdrawal when the emergency has pnsaed by n high rate of taxation It Is drawn in conformity with the present system of bank note currency but varies from U in certain respects by authorizing the use of commercial paper and bonds of good credit as well as United State bond as security for its redemption It Is expressly but a temporary measure And contains a provision for the appointment of n currency commission to devise and recommend a hew and reformed system of currency This In adequacy of tour precent currency eye tem due to changed conditions and enormous expansion Is generally rocs ognized The Republican platform well states thatamust have A moreJelaa v nt tic nnflliifaptFbTe system to meet the requirements of agriculturists manufacturers merchants and business men generally must Iw automatic In opera them recognizing the lluctuatlous In In terest nrtes In which every dollar shall be as good as gold and whlcn shall prevent rather tuna aid financial stringency In bringing on a panic Postal Savings Dank and Its Advantages In addition to this the Republican platform recommends the adoption ot- a postal savings hank system in which of course the Government would be come responsible to till depositors for InterlstIguaranty will bring out of hoarding places much money which may he- turned Into wealth producing capital and that It will be n great Incentive for thrift In time many small Inccs In the country having now uo savings bank PostIOlllce satetyIObjecti9ns to Democratic Proposal to Enforce Insurance of Bank Deposits The Democratic platform recom mends n tax upon National banks and upon such State banks us may come in in the nature of enforced Insurance to raise a guaranty fund to pay the de positors of any bank which falls How State banks can be Included in such a scheme under the constitution is left Statesrlgbtsnnl1tho meaning anti puriiise of the prom ises of tine platform If they come In under such a system they must neces sarily be brought within the closest National control and so they must really cease to be State banks and become National banks The proposition Is to tax the honest and prudent banker to make up for the dishonesty and imprudence of others If tho proposal were adopted exactly as the Democratic platform suggests it would bring the whole banking system of the country down In ruin Tho Republican party prefers the postal savings bank as one tried safe and known to be effective and ms reaching many more people now with out banking facilities than the new system proposedPhilippines In the Philippines the experiment ot- a national assembly has justified it self both as nn assistance in the gov ecnmeut of the islands and as an education In the practice of selfgovern ment to the people of the islands Time proposition of the Democratic platform is to turn over the islands as soon as a stable government is established This has been established The proposal then is in effect to turn them over at once Such action will lead to ultimate chaos in the islands The Rights and Progress of the Negro The Republican platform refers to these amendments to the Constitution that were passed by the Republican negroThewas freed from slavery has made r0 markable progress IIi Is becoming a more and more valuable member of the communities In which he lives The education of the negro Is being ex panded nnd Improved In every way The best men of both races at the North as well as at the South ought to rejoice to see growing up among the Southern people an Influential element disposed to encourage the negro in his hard struggle for Industrial Independ once and assured political status The Republican platform adopted at Chi 1111ireg race or and Just as explicitly declares for the enforcement and without reservation In letter and spirit of the Thirteenth Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution Publicity of Campaign Contribution s end Expnditursm Another of the Democratic 4- y JJ I iiiatform refers to the failure of ffi5 Republican Convention to express ch opinion In favor of the publicity ot contributions received and expendi tures made In elections here again we contrast our opponents promises with our own acts A resident of New York has been selected as treasurer of the Republican National Committee who was treasurer of the Republican I State Committee when Governor Hughes was elected In New York and wIthIin expenditures made by him or under i his authority In connection with that i election Ills residence and the dis eharge of his duties In the State of I New York subject him to the law of that State as to all receipts of the treasury of the National Committee from whatever source and as to all its disbursements Ills returns will be under the obligations and penalties of the law and a misstatement by him or the tiling of a false account will sub I Ject hlmtt prosecution for perjury and violation of the statute Of course under the Federal law he is not permitted to receive any contributions from corporations Income Tax The Democratic platform demands two const utlonai amendments onei providing tor an Income tax and tbo j other for tile election of Senators by tho people In my judgment an amendment to the Constitution for nn Income tax Is not necessary I believe that an Income tax when time protect live system of customs and time inter aal revenue tax shall not furnish In come enough for governmental needs ran and should be devised which un1 Icr the decisions of the Supreme Court will conform to the Constitution MAGAN July 28 Mr Royal of Ford vllle is here today with his Ca merarto their home at Owen lIoro Saturday after a two weeks visit with Mr Mid r kilts parents Mr J P Mldklff and wifeMrs Jno Trlstall returned home Sat urday after a two weeks visit to his mother in Indiana Mr and Mrs Almon Duke of Palo e were the guests of Mr C E Miller and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mr Jas Moseley and wife of Taffy wore the guests of Mr H R Miller and family Saturday night and Sun day IIwasMrs JWI11 MWfett who has been sick for quite a while Is improving very slowly Mrs Lucretia Mldklff returned homo Sunday after a week spent with her son Mr Jeff Barnett of Reynolds fROSINE July 29Cropsare looWngwell In I this community The rain htnt fell here last Saturdaytand Sunday was badly needed 1 School is progressing nicely at this place Little Miss Lorene Nlmo has whoop Ing cough Phonies Hines and Thomas Allen went to ilartford Wednesday on business Mr Perry Crowder who has been tit work In the oil field in Louisiana rrhisMrs Mary Goff who has been sick for the past two weeks Is able to be out again t j Tom Hines wife and two children Wnt to Hartford lust Monday madea1i yJ 4