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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d- f I 1 lLtcpuIphlican i Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OIIIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yea h VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY AUGUST l 4 1908 I o4 HARTfORDHERALDI In Its Attack on Tafts Religions Belief Would Deny Citizens of America The right to Worship God as Conscience Dictates Edlor UUlmbHcaIJPlease allow meao call the attietl fort of hp Hal ford herald to the posslble farreacn lug evil COnAeUlenCtS of its prcat parading In is ldprlnl columnf au- ilev Morrlsons latemperuo and virulent lt uckupn religIous freedom the most sae red heritage of the American people As the exponent of an innovation in ronglous doctrine to credit whIch Is to discredit the average good sense of mankInd there 1 ssmall rent 011 for surprise that the reverened Morrison should revive the dying echo tlf re liglous lntolerenee but so sober a journal as the Herald should be expect ed to first count the cost To the thoughtful reader acquainted lUke with the horror of the Spanish In qulsltlon and the terror of the Crotn- wellian edicts It Is a painful sllccacl e to gee a respconble neWfll1lln1ntremp ting political profit by frenzied effort to arouse the spIrIt of religIous Intoler tinco In the minds of the upid tool Ignorant I shall be fall enough to assume tha17dior Il t lt ws in I1- nungardl1I I naumenc allod all excess of zeal for n waning cause to lead him In- toi a ehara er of clIl1Illalglllug IlL I no other journal of his party has st + n fit to follow Thu Herald unwlllngl admIts Other than the Pentecostal Herald strong arraIgnment of Mr Taft t we have not seen any sever crltlc- l1l1l1 oflha Repubitean 1I1tbd hal candidate purely on aCCount of hs rellglous predlJlcctlQns xhwr4gopd Ittense of vhe American Press in refrain lug to fall in w1th the Morrisonian ac- taok 01 religious freedom was present to tlte mInd of the Herald whIch makes iJs blunder all the lesn excusa ble The editorial coluni s of the CourIer Journal Drrans official organ Juts sensibly declined to barer our boasted religIous tolerance for a pal try sum of votes for hs candidate The ChrIstian Advocate the official organ of the Methodist Episcopal church South and ono of the ablest edited religIous Journals ofttho coun try in Its issue of August 7 says Judge Tafts speech of acceptance is a carefully prepared document Ito thinks clearly and writes sImply and lucidly His traIning for tli judicial bennch has been too thorodgh for hint to be a routing partisan As n attl paper the speech Is admirable IAcrldlt In overy way to Ls umhor wlll convince any honest reader that ltlr Taft would make If eleefed a ternperaoto and able presldett A nth liter of the amu church and n member of the same political party with the Rev Morrlson the disringulshed editor of heAdreeae not only does not 4deny judge Taft the privilege to choose I IfiI own church butts generous enough o say he would make n temperatb and able president I In passing a friendlyy criticism on the Heralds cause du thIs nlaur I- 1Im lIttle concerned about Its effect cdge Tafts candIdacy for with then Lords Insuring the New York bauka i against Bryans election for ho lL tance of n ten percent premium I shall not grow anxious abou ho Heralds mode of warfare bu os a i member of a church comprlllng onp sixth the populaicn of tine Uulttd States everyy one of wliom is for this reason barred from the presidency I feel nil anxious Interest In any eUOI to further limIt the ellglblllly to thIs exalted office by rehsor of church affiiin Ion If religIous tolerance were to be made an Issue there Is UrHe q doubtt judge Taft would bo overwniij- mingly the beneficiary ot it but in leaven name let no patrIotic American trade upon the religious pre4 tudlc Sot the Ignorant for a doubtrpl advantage In a poltical contest ILe- tmeI elooo by admonishing tb Herald that among American polititicaf news papers It alone has gIven editoridl sanction to the Rev Zlfprrsons attack on religious liberty l + Jr If THOMAS A Pretty Weddinfi The f an account of the innrriage ofMrtHubert0 Oofftnan at1- dt al former citizen of Oltio cOUlty 1- Spenlr Tennessee t The prlftlcst wedding over wltness ell In this place was bat of 3t1s- Maury L lIutobcson to Mr Hubert 0 Coffman at the ChrlstJC1I church VCdnfdoy evening August nth at S O oclock Rev L S Gl11enUnc of Ixtfayotte Tenn In hts usual but cullslsent manner performed thc- Offmany The others were Tom Stovall N D- Jla tollGeorge Thurman and J Law rence Ifaston Attendants were Eu- clId D MIllH and Miss Mary Frazier Loury A Leo COffmm biter of the groom was best man and Miss Itannle C Hutcheson sIster of the brIde was rnald of honor I While Miss Mattie J HUCWElII- EdEro of the brIde played the welding march Mr L T Hutchesou father of the brIde marched up the aisle with tho bride and nt the afar pre groomI reception bridewltete was refreshments were served md many friends gathered thero to offer theIr THutchesonFred Llhtle of Plkoville lag I The bride and groom let Thursday morning for Matanzas Ky where theyy will remain for a few days with the thher of rte groom From these interestt DEATH CLAIMS HON i CHARLES BEARD Succumbs to Typhoid Fever After Brief IllnessAt ills Nome In FOJdsvllle lion Charles Beard former Representative Irma OhIo county dud ai hIs homo at ordllnlle Turdny night utter two weeks t wk of typhoid fliver HIs death riat unexpected as Ill was rupured gd tug along well Ip day prtvour lit lhard nlllH n ltrrdsville free RIeckellrltIgl cotta Y nlOu four III years ago and elgagt1 it ill stlldl and hnrnltl buslutts w4 a Mr Jlte T Smili Ho aterwatd bLam Ii half owner of the bUzI1I S and married a daugltr of Mir Einl t who wilt wo ctlllc1rdl survive Mr Beard was a m llIthuzla Ic HII publican and was ele fd to hit legis- inture on the ticket it 1UOi Ut matte a good record lit Frankfort and teas popular wl ht hIs follow mein j bens He has been prnmluen iy mta- tioned as a canllldne for Circuit Court Cerk The funeral services were eldllC1 nIIItlftthenlocalthe lordsvllln Susoulc tldge of which Mr Beard was I1n honored member XIr Lard was one ohe most popular men In his romlllunii1 and vlll be greatly mlsstI lie teas In the prime of a bright and utelul mc I Demonstration We have made arrangtmcafs with the Inernatdonal HnMetJcr Ocmpauy of America to have one of theIr men t give a demonsttatian witch ntznure spreaders cm Saturday Aug 15 190- 5at lfar Cord Iy and shall be pleated to have you favor us wlrh ytoun presence on tltt date so that Wd- 0IU1 expll1lln to you the value of mar ntre and deU1OnSlnlo till advantages of using a nw re spreadex The deco anstmUop vnl begin promptly ai5 3 oclock In tl1Q afternoon X Yours truJtJ Ohio Ocunty Supply Co r TWICE MARRIED TWICE SEPERATED Now For the Second Time Seeking Divorce Record of Charis and Effie Rey nolds Well Known Residents Of Utica Nelghbrbood SuIt for dIvorce May 19 190S DIvorce granted June 19 19Q8 Remarried July 19 1JOS Second separation July Lt 1908 I Wlfo prepares to nh ecoud suit I for Illvorco August S 1JUS I ThIs Is a small pOI ion of the unlIfl- UOI hIstory of the domesic fnlclas EfIi neIghborhood In thIs county Thu thread of the story begins over lIujgilbOlIhood of Kirksvlile Mo extends w I Utica Ky where It meanders for II- number of years then hack to l iksv- ine again and again hack to U ice wth a UI11 or twe mlIlIIlIl he Coup Iouse In OwentbolO JanwlIwith hIm a little girl whoa lie reared womanImarried to Charles Iteynolds For more lean three years they lived together and prospered A daughter vat born to then who is now about three yeala old In May of this year the wife filed suit in the Danis clrclllt Court ask Leg dlvolte on the grounds of settled aversion on the part of her husband I The divorce was grauttd mill the wife glvea custody of the little daughter i daughterLcr time toIhergl1lIIand mother Charles Reyltolds was in the neighborhood leftIHlcur osessIon ot the little gIrl and disappear lll Every ffort was made by Jaml1I dills and otlllrli to recover the child bu Reynolds tlndtd pursuit lItt too event to Missouri I Now the divorced husban tand wife wore In adjoining towns They met- A reconcllllaton was effectaed A mar rlage license was Issued nail for the second tIme thy were joIned In the bonds of matrimony That was on July 19 On July 34 they separated and Mrs lunolds with the child returned to Kentucky Two days later Reynolds returned Saturday August S Mrs Reynolds was In Owesboro pre parIng It Is understood to again In sttltuto proceedIngs for dlvocreOwen- boro Messenger IThe OhiO Cou ty Baptist AssociationI of thIs- body convened with the Hartford Dap list church Aug U A majority of the churches were represented by one or more messengers Many vlspors and dldinguisied preachers Wert1 present A B Gardner was elected Jlbderltor- O M Shultz and J P Ullor Assis- nuts Tichonor and N F Jones clerks Dr P T Hale Corresponding Secretary of he Kclrucky Latpit ElIa riot Soclyin a grtsa Iddrtts on Chrdan ednea longfondny nIght rats i td hu hIgh t ulnd of stdritually whlcl was maIn alnd through then session Bro O M Shultz preaclied one of the gtlJ11ot tarlnotls we aver- rheard at an Assoclu I n tront Jim i 1717 lie tXaulfd thu word of Gad The reports wee good and ht I tlllch- I above par A df ltd advance was made In gtts to missions Our Sun day school was made a special order fur WednlJsda night The diseus ln- was led by our Sta e Sunday school worker Dro W J Mahoney We Un SunIdaand adopted the consiutlon pre r ed by Bro Mahoney and reommended- bYche t General Asso lIon Dr W D Powell Won our hearts He will lead Kentucky DaI1tlsts to vjctory Doc tors Thompson Prrstridgc Eager Par tel Hale Maddox und Brethren Jen 1Iutnlpheryshataddcx I ly in iiraking ibis thq bas ofI 3eioa Of a4J t r the young Assoclatbu You did us good brealtrvn and wo want you to come agaIn The enter ninment by the Hartford chulelt teal the praise of till entire body h01h visitors and mESSfIJgtJIS anti made I ho new pastor proud of her jhe next seeslon will be with the lit Carmel church and NF Jones Is to preach till sermon theySouthernF Jones to the General Association We were glad to have with us the WesernconfllI X FIONESI- Im find Ky Aug ta 1JOS I I Fire at Greenville II dLustJ1Ctll fire cccnrred ut Green yule Muhletberg ecunty Inuit Thurs j inithellld ti e building tvui coinle ely der i taaycd The hires were ved blot all of the vehicles atntl feed and her nt2SI were constuned Ir the r1t1nes en rclllllg a heavy loss The s rare room loccupiui h Wlllhu1t Un1lnII and rite blacksmith shop of James llayhugh were also burned I Only rdeedly waulwolkri wore 1- 11sulttl lie Greenville and l volunteer fire company was organized The cnt- I pasty was IIlJI11 lIt in reSIolllllng and herdic etfaois on the parrt of the memI hers saved the hUlllICJtS portico of the town flOm destruction it to SUllloRedI that the fire WM of lcullll r or i gin Mr Deunis hid prlnl InUI1 ante en his property but his loss tvhll- be heavy RETURNS MONEY TO STATE TREASURY Sheep Bitten By Dog Recovers And Owner Shows ills Honesty L JJ frankfort Ky Aug 10The State Troueury is rIcher today by V OO returned to Auditor Frank P James by- a tuna In OhIo county who received the moneyy In payment of a sheep injured by n dog fho sheep recovered and Is us good as ever now The ownS or of the sheep did not believe ho was entitled to the i and tel UInld It to the County Clerk of Ohio county Tbls Is the first time on record hl1eha nay money lies ben returned o d1- 0tllasur nfer blllih ltgally paid 0111 and everybody is tallcirag nbum ths man from Ohio county IlS being the lwneti mAn old 1iogetcs Wt Icoklug- Cr wloh his hllltlU- Tho followlnt Is n hr wlllch wa- rceetved today tr Jirlaulfi Hartford Ky Aug j 1OSlnelul ell you will find my citeek for r which amount ws oIill dayy htt wI It lilt by llr Bud Iftlut living near Plcasutt Ridge thlll eontl J wtin had a claim allowed by our court for sheep killed and Injure hJ 10 Mir HUIII Informed Inc that one of the sheep tva- sItppraised for 5 nf wohless In fact It WolS thought ar he Unltt that Uti sited would die but rho h4nty i pruv- ed of little or no Ilalllage tit all and it aUlIIIsMtHunt laid ht hI illd nut cntsider himself mltltJul at till W the and left It with me ittructilg me to- do whit Lt liB I thought proper 311 dIknow of no other way uf tnrnng tilt I moue into tilt proper fund ecept t through your office 1 wish that I hind this titans picture to send to you LllUtl alas wlilno I happen often Ho Is O K don yun- titlnl W S TINSLEVt County cIrlcli Sudden Death News was received here WtdllI day tttcrnoon of ow death of May- Ctu she they Hlllald LU her horn i In Fredonla Ky Mrs Hl11lald u the I daughter of Mr J C Riley and was ntarritd only aboul a year ego She dlyd very suddenly onlng eaten a hearty meal a few hours before She was supposed to have ea sit soutething HerlremaWusand the funeral will bo conduced by I Eld WrIght at the home of her fath er thIs mornIng after which theburlal- w111takeplaceat Oakwood The unexpected dtah of Mrs Hit lard was a severe shock to her relatives and has cast a gloom over the entire town as She was a favorite among nil acquaintances The 1amllh18 the deepestsytnpa thy of rite tnlfiJ town 4 e SIBe ROBERTSONIS s Green River Association To Revise the Constitution Next Regular Meeting of the Association Will be In Owens boro on September 3IA called meeting of the Green River Tobacco Growers association of the A S or E was hfld at llu1Iia with S B Roh ron vice president presiding The meeting was one of thu most impor ant held In the dll rllt for some tinu and the election of- utferrs wok place besldes other business The names of George farr of Ohio etuty and S 11 ltobertcon of- Lenn i i county were lntt before tiro ROh1ulIOnDavlcss county was fectet race mett T P LUIUI of OhIo counI- I was elected lJcrtll1IIt ttas ntoved eight conllnosetl of one nltlItber front t each county he appointed to revise the constitution and by laws of the Greet River district socety The lommlttee was appoiued as fo1osI T II ihalmait or Davless II Spencer of Ilancock Georgo parr or Ohio H F 1 ny of Spencer Ernest heeler of Warrick C S Ferguson of Dubols land 1V J hill of liplean president nod secretary wee also appulned nWlllbelS or thIs Conn 11I1t tel The committee was instructed to meet en September S at the COt11l1 i reIgularb held here on SIIlllmher The followIng delegates were elected to rho OIl111IILn to ht hllli at ling Green J W Dunn and 110II ltiibIc was decided to devise menus whereby flue society could couhul tit dumpersOwvnsluro lieesenger finis Baize KilledIl luts BaIze of lhnlzetcwn fell front a tralll while returning from Central Cly some nine llodday nigh and vas killed W nuunglI renlatrr- were lfoumitl near hue iewls Creek bridge by the section urea early yes nrrday mornlllg llr Italze bed- takfit a lud or tvnterntelaus to Mc henry and nlker tIsIIglll of thent- wett to Central Olry bout Ii ocloel Monday HClllng and was returning Inonie some time llondny uighr when kitPfatal Llcchlellt ocelllrull lie leaves- a wife and two children The jury onpannolletl by the Corurl returned the following t relict- 1Vu the jury nfer beIng duly sworn- by Jerome Allen the coroner of Ohio cOUllty and after hearing the tes- tinony find thIs Is the body of Bnlze which has Ilclm run over FUIlIIiII north bound trail sometime the night proceeditg August 11th neat U guut tree Ott the I C R H ahuol InjOhIoSlgnll Chairles A Snlii 1 u enutn- Villle Moore Will lIIuckburll J L- Southard L T Knight faun HudsollI Sylvia Baize and Albert Watsontl titled that they idelttifled the bosly as tint of Fluffs leJte Lunt GIvIng anti Jim Itobiniell aa tt that Its found the remains ou the track mid from Its positlon thIre able to tJtiny ha sanee vas run over by a north bound tralll Cliuot SmIth soya that lte saw the remaIns rlJl1Ioud hvn the track by John WillIams sectiot- forenan who lives at Rockport KI NoticeIIAll persons havIng claIms agalllst the estate of D N Stroud deceased will present same to the undersigned properly proven on or blore the 1st day of September 1908 or they will be forever barred T H BENTON agentIof heIrs of II N STROUD Culllngs From the IrlCountyI BaptistIWe have not ford many months but If nil outsIder I had told us that many tnellgent cultured men and women In Hartford preferred to attend a wild wet show I than to hear one of our great leaders In Kentucky speak at the houseII ot God we would have stateinent a prompt and emphatic I nlal but after last Mbnday nIghts experience we will be forced to hang were enrolled and the Association or ganIzed Very few mInutes were de voted to District Misslous It was de- cldetI to organize a Baptist Sunday School Association The State Mis ion Interests were ably presuelted by Ur Powell and StuOD WAS pledged for church building Dr Simper preached the Introductory sermon and won- all hearts Ur H T Halo presented tho claims of the Baptist Education Society of Kentucky All tho speeches were good but some of them could have been butter rlto crowds were hnntense esthnatedfuom three to four provisionIwas Clearpastorour heads In shame and remaIn dumb dumb as an oyster Wo attended the 1aviess County Association at Utica last week OUr Itro O ll Shultz Is the pastor of the Utica saints ant a spleudld host ho made Dr Xowlln was reelected Moderator Ilrohren WlnS and Cottrell clerks These brethren were elected till Introductory sermon preached und un order of huslntws was adopted all messengolSI FOR THE BUSY READER phoographcrhasaskled ruling on the rlglu to scud postals with a picurc of the recent Russell ville lynching through the malls Secretary or 1Var WrIght saId Mont day that IiI would In a dayy or two slake un auuouneemeut which would IIISIIOSI of the Ulilll of the eight Vest PoInt cadets who had been recommended for dismissal- Circuit Judge Cool created t sonsa thin at lu1fl 1Vednosday by lnstruc flog the grand jury to investigate reports affecting himself and Common wealtlte Attorney SmIth Judge Cook saId reports were being circulated to the effect that he was a member of the night rider organization and ho wanted these chnrges sifted to the bottom The ease of Jnlw Ellis charged with night 111111g WI glen to the jury nt oclock Tua day afternoon and the jury tlol not able to agree A serious clash between Sheriff Tom lthea o Logan county and State sol Llhlls staaonud at Itnf uBvilletook Ma- cyeserlay wllln Sheriff ithea tvrfohed- Russellville with the uegro Rufus ilrowder The Sheriff resencd the efforts of tllll ntllbiatnen to surround the prisoner and when two soldiers climbed on the seat of the carriage threw them to the gtnund amid he wbeel of the vehicle ha841 ll over one uC inns men fIII he negro hAd been pine Id it7inil a conference wts ht1Q II tits Sheriff with Captnlns DAn Jrle11 an- dit1 Mefrydo Jr at whIch peeteo bp the civil and Military author es was established WIIITESVILLE Aug 1He A P Kelley spell last l1hurHdar with his brother C A Iell- cy ItV 1Vltlaleg on of Fordsville ftq- lIId his regular aplrainplan at the flap tlst church Sundar Dr 0 W Edge visited his mother Sugar Crone on lat Saturday nIght hiss Pearl Howard of Ralph passel Ihlnugh here latt Thursday for a wleks 8a ai the Chautauqua firs llcCalty and ttPO daughters Misses Carrie stud Lucy rttttrnvd front till Tar Springs the flew of the week Mr Frank Humming has moved back tohh property hrte Mr N P Kelley was In town on busIness Monday Owenstborq11 J A Edge of AtIaburg was In town on business yesterday Mr M J Holbrook Willie 1loldes and lamlly lef Snttday ulornitlg for- Tar springs wlltro whey wlll ulay for a- week Mir Janice Shively and family visit at Mr J R Wares Sunday Prof A P Thomas nod wife of Providence were the guKris of Mir and Mrs Oscar Haynes Saturday nIgh Mr Den Ramsey of Calhoun Is visit ll1g hIs stater Mrs AnnIe Pate sirs Haggle Cumminghant of Chlcl- I go Is hu guest of Mrs PrIi Hafft3Y- this week One of the eat leMt raIns of the season fll hreee last Friday o Lost A gen lcmans gold rIng Rh three granet sets FInder will return to S K Cox and receive reward I- PT I x L TO HARTFORD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 HAGS MIGHTY TRAINED ANIMAL SllOWSaI Positively the Biggest Overland Show in the World A Mile L6ng Free Street Parade at Noon on Day of Exhibi= tion DONT MISS IT iwrnrr t tT=PLlI GOMPERS GOES OUT FOR BRYAN And He Will Fell the Pulse ofl Organized Labor As to Getting into the Campaign- As Body Other Criticise Samuel Gomper President of the Atiiorlcnn Federation of Labor has gone to Lima Ohio to make a speech presumably of a polllcal nature Fror there he will go to Columbus tospeal again The program Is taken to mean that tempers intends to get into the thick of the conust for the President It Is Qomivcrss plan to conduct an active canvas for 5Ur Bryan His object in traveling about the country le twofoldFirst l to snake converts to tho Democratic cause and second to feel the pulse of organized labor on the sub ject of getting into the campaign at such lIe believes he can accomplish effective work in behalf of tho Demo cratic nominee although he obects to the charge that ho is seeking tot deliver the labor vote to Sir Bryan l Labor leaders continue to inveigh I against his political activities The latest to make public protest is Frank A Kldil President of the Columbia Typogiaphlcal Union of Washington who spenklng of he Indorsement ol Mr Bryan by the Central Labor Union salt This acttion was taken upon the- recommendation of President Gompttre and the Executive Committee of the American Federation of Labor View i od from the standpoint of unioniim 1 bollevo it was most regrettable The largo maoriy of workiugnien in tuts city will have liulu sympathy witii u 1 think The rwoitt ions showed thee reckleteneMs of the mm behind the movement to have he Uemosriric party Indorsed Jtr tampers has saW lia rcoifniw the right of every labot ing man to 08 ar his conscience may dictate but at the mum time he ate impts lo make indlvidiinl preference Jmpowihlf lyCtcnrinRtlaJ tae work lagumn who supports the Republican ticket will have in anvwee to his own coi8clem and his fellow workers A man who can put a political propou l LUll to his fellows as has Mr tampers proclaims hlnifelf more radical than nsonable i nullIJr lunldtTinloni I admit that organizer tabor ar large would like 10 sue the iMjiirciloi1 Jaws modified hut at the ante time every levelh idd knows that it is more laboltrI have work than havw modlflud Injunc i 11l1unc1lionwork more Tht injunction modified would be worth nothing to hIm with outwork The union are delormta tli to prese ftiitilnjunciion legislation be toolThulabor lewder bifn luccwFfiil in car rying lubor unions solidly for one sides mlmberSImeln to any political party The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring Iii years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me- a much good as Dr Kings New Life P1s Iconnldro them the best pill ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleslde N C Sold under guaran te eat all druggists 25e m p More Crime More Money Tho essential dipgrace of tho ocnvict lease system in Georgia Iks in the fact that the State sells htu bervicfi of he convicts thus turning crime into A monettary asset The more crime the more money Lassces of the prisoners are naturally Inclljn to got iw much work as possible out of their laborers nnd J when the intur Mng felons done vith flcrzing his lot Is not a very huppy a No morn modification of an resent rye iy which still preserves H- iiKiiiclpal of selling die cot vlcis labor will be sufflciei OJ vindicate the vlvlllzaUon of r u Sate what is needed is not a modi ficatlon but u radically system founded on a different principle But if the State foregoes the dIrect revenue from the sale of convicts In under to establish some less medievalI instlttiUIon form what source will i collect a revenue correspondingly large Some such question yearly conies up to complicate every proporal of n1 I term I l1o are not sure but that the answer o It In a very large number of cases is simply this Get after the chronic taxdodgors individuals and cor poratlon and make them pay In reality the proporlonate amount of direct true whcih your laws say htat they should pay and whcih it is a polite fiction the manyImod cash legally fmsceplble taxa on and yet from which the state derives no revenue Enough we should image Inl to swing theb ala ee In favor ot more than ono moral reform which Is held up on ho grounds that it will deprive the State of ro enulDou Marquis In Uncle Komuss The Horn Magazine for August TAFT IN NO WAYRESPONSIBLE For Discharging the Negro Bat talion Say President Roosevelt Oyster Hay August i1reedent Roosevelt in a statement issued late onlght made it clear that the wn ire responsibility was his for the Issuance of the original order dlscharg lug the battalion of negro soldrs for tliegnl participation in time UrownvlU Texas rlolng ands the refusla to per mi a suspension of that order The President tonight was howr he interview which was had today in Washington with General Hoary CI Corhln U S A retired In which General Corbln stated that no creditor blame in the matter rested with Mr Taft After rending the interview ihe President through lots Ati aT rla0foutely correct and It wu atireiy proper that he should make it The substance of the message from he President which ho quoted WM maple public long ago In he JJrowns ville mater the entire v dpoasUlll y for Issuing the original order and for declining to allow is sutp nalon was iie Presidents In his Interview today General Car iin stated in stihsance Lilt Mr aft vas In no way ivsponslLI for in + order discharging the Iwallon of the rwfeiiiyflfth infantry and hat In do ing so the Secretary of war had obeyed the direct order of tit Irtildeut General Corbln then recottnwl he ircuinstauces as they occurred and were published following he IMawns ville affair Europeaniwar invention announced to tho public The inventor is Scotchman who claim that by the application of electricity ho can impart a velocity of 30000 lout liereecond to projectiles of any di mension nowlu use on board ships or In land delouses Col P W Maude of the English Army wlo has seen the model work I that the result claimed aro cot unfito be realized The Invontoi states that the greatest experts of England have seen examined and witnessed tho working or the model and Dxpretftd their entire saiisfacio I is practicability It is claimed says Popular Mechanics that the gun can Impart the above velocity to a shell I weighing 2000 pounds without smoke lash or recoil Iaa JIT DpbtII c 1 x hYy Ay Y w1ithoOtL- L i ket1THE HIGH GRADE CONNERClAlSCIOOt OF THE SOUTO OF THE COMMERCIAL JRRNCHES INCLUDING TElE AJJHY ARE TAUGHT cBEAUTlJfUL QfTALO6UES LESSONS IN BOOKKEEPlllG BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS fREE WRITE now ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREENKy wo u AMPLE FUNDSARE With Which to Move all The Countrys Crops New York Banks Entered The Month of August with a Surplus Reserve of 61000 Tire Now York banks entered il month of August with an excess n serve of more than 1000000 and the financiallilstUmJims of other Im portant centers are correspondingly opulent Not only FO but intern rates are phenomenally low for this season of the ear On no day last 1141jlWris never quoted locally except after serious financial disturbance and the disorganization of industry This state of affalrso of course has distinct I advantages since it will not only enable the countrys crops i Q fie marketed withoutt difficulty hut will ullmately foster a revival nl business and investment The bond transactions on the New York Stock exchange In July were about 77riOO000 comparing with 2L t00000 in ho snore month a year agoI Lundng banking houses are of the opinion that there will bo few big bond Issues during August Septem ber and October In fact the only ones in sight tar ono by tho 1IUnolI Central of ir000000 and even tats may not maurlallzu until after the election and ore by tile A chison which according to n pots w1iil soon issue some fin000000 lo 2t000000 bondsThe report of the commlice Oil carI efficiency of the Amorlcnn utiilway a sociation shows that she surplus cart of all tho railrcnde of iholultwl States amid L2 las was 5129 more tlnlllwas rscjrdud on July S the dame of ihu last pre Ious report or aOSlO on July = = as compared with JUIMtl on July S IPOS Of tho foregoing Increase In the stir plu ago of care 3JOfi Is in box and 1166 coal antl gondola This Is the AllrllIf cars nut Intrtati in the total numb r of Idle eras only about 2000 I also states that any marked improvement in the situation could burly be look ed for in July as thu month normally is very light traffic moiuh Tho Increased activity In railroad shops has resulted in repair belug made on many disabled cars which were oUi of commission These cars have again come into commission and thereby swell tho list of idle ears I A Rocking Stone Though tens of thousands of persons yearly sew the great rcokjng stone of Bronx park In New York cy few i reallzo that it is tho eKys iiKSL con splcuous souvenir of tho glai a period when all tris wiiilon wat rovered with an ocean of Icu somu 1500 feet i thick that was moving slowly toward the south I That pinkish bit of granUo weigh Ingthirty tons sttandlng seven and onehalf feet above its rocky basebe lag ten feet broad and eight feet thick iiiII I to this latitude marking its path by depositing great bowlders as it move I ed and leaving fccratches on the firmI rocks beneath from the sliding gril ding bits and masses of granite tiiatj settled o its base and wre rJStsd 4- t along as it moved This same bowlder IfC ls mnrk on the bars taco of the rock hill to the north of It in which lies the crocodile pool There the scratches are visibin today pointing to where ho bowlder stands the of Iar of its rnnlsIWhen the moling Ico depar ed from IiItIlrei1UIC10 sway north and sou It abou wo Inches New York Herald Steepest of Railroads The Virglbahn Cable Railway up the tilde of a mountain in the Southern Tyrol Austria now holds the record jf being the steepest railway in inu world with a grade of fully 70 per cent at its upper end and an avtiag grade of CC per cent In the run of U5 foot the grade rises 610 fee T road construction is comparatively light Is the cars url small and UK bras Ing srrenn on the tracks much than usual on the same type of lessI way The experiments In acum breaking made on the 70 percent trade showed that cars freud from ihoj cable could be stopped wiihoui shock 111t1carsnut equipment cost 1UO000 or abon 1000 per running foot j Thinks ItSavod Life I Lester M Nelson of Naples Malmv says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds anti 1 think it saved my life 1 have found h a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints find would no more be without a bottle than 1 wouldte vhj out food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lung it has no equal Sold un ilex guarantee at all druggists COc and 100 Thlal bottle free m Gompers and the Labor Vote j It Is not srange tha organized isI- bur Is resenting the Intimation COlilol1tent Samuel Gompers that lIe the voes of the workingmen and can deliver them in a bunch to Democracy- Dr any other party When Gompers lakes he plea to union labor veluns tto Vote once for labor Instead of for party ibo appeal really means vote once for Coopers J tit is fair io assume Mr Campers well his iK lnt at Denver because he greed to i ay the 1IIlclbnt is ho 1 remised to deliver tin labor vote vo Bryan He is now after the brood 1 but their delivery Is quito another matter There Is no labor vote to OH handed over In a block Organized workmen are citizens before they an nlonl3ts and they vote as clttlzens Then will not be delivered In a body t o Mr Bryan Mr Taft or any other andldaiv for the personal aggrandl 1 ement of Mr Gompers Leaders in the labor world are not I slow In faking the position that Mrl tampers does not represent them in I thIngs political Henry White tha fellknown labor leader and formerly general secretary of the United Gar I rent Workers of America says- I am afraid that a showdown will t once morn pros and in a way that till bo most convincing that the labor vote cannot be delivered to anybody Union people think about the some v- thtit others do Uecause a man is a member of a trade union tar trade benefits he does not hand over his right to Judge political queslons to anyone who happens to hat the head c James W Dougherty secretarytreas t- urer of the Brotherhood of Boobkln derv iuts the situation in a nut t- shell when he says that the labor s flllRDemocrats will vote the Democratic S K6NTi1fKYS BIGGEST SHOW ll SEPT1415 1617 18 191908 SIX DIG DAYS DAILY I ACJS 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBERS BAND0SIDE SHOWS F v ON Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends 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 Tor information entry blank or catalog addrecs J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky u THE DIFFEREKOE Between Good and Poor Wages is Largely I I a Difference in Education rHundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Telegraphy and are now earning good salaries with the leading business concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend I BUSINESS COLLECEEVANSVILLE IND 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 W positions Sendfor Catalog Showing interior Vtpwt and OWING RATES of Tuition s r i i s r DONT DELAY WRITE TODAY Icket In short the labor leaders Ivm elves an Ire In expr s ing h opiu on that Mr Gompera efforts to Influ iiico the votes of organized labor will trove unavailing Previous aannpts lo sot aside a erialn class 10 bo votd In a block for this man or that party have never been successful it has been tried line and again but always met wjih allure The farmers refused to act as ipolitlcal unit as ill tho antiCatho lc element and those who were opposed to secret societies Every eU zen rejoices in the right of carrying mis sovereignly under his hat ami the titelllgcnt elector is as jealous of lots vote as ho is of his good name Mr Gompers may have svcurtd a orsoual advantage at Denver bui when November comes it hill be found nat tho members of organized labor have been doing their own thinking and that at he polls hey exirelted the right of free American citizens and oted as their intelligence dlotnled and not as any man willed Nitrogen from the Air A detail nccour of the progress It the works now in lIne of erec ton on the falls of time Sne los at trodden in Norway for the separa ton of atmospheric niirogeit on the ystem of Messrs Blrkeland and Byde given In La Nature These works re the property of a French company and the available power is stated at t 1000 horsepower A sooond umm ertakf J ilug on a far larger sonic is now In course of coiutructlcn o make use of lie falls of RJukan where not less than 150000 horsepower will bo utiliz ed Photographs show hat the build ings are now completed and thav mach of time machinery is in place TIO factory Is contained in two separaa divisions ho iuydroeleciric generating station and thu chemical worls Djtails of the revolving furnaces with I the wvernal electrodes and thenanna f arcs are given t 1 Wears Snake in Her Hair Miss MyrIe Lamlert or this town hits started a new fad aibst girls wear aralnthlr1nr but Myr e has gone llll better and weprs a ilakojAnd its real live ono at that She has a a has 1ato her by a friend from Asia She has another one a coral snako which is w three feet long find htis one Myrtle wear Few however would agree tthat fortable as the rat that most girlsjwear Few however would agree he efftect Jg as charming The fad probably wont got very far tfor nott very many fellows would to make love to a girl with a her hair OASTODX careI br the ha Nita YCU Have t3JS B- rg 2 e t c r I SHIP WITHOUT t V SiOKE- ORt NOISE Jy t for NEw War Demon About Perfected No Smokestacks and Whole Deck wlI b Given Over to The Guns The war vessel of the futuro will lie- a wiClt smokeless nolsehts craft lying low in the water with every vulno able part blow tau water line the tntlro thick btang g vet oven to the work of the guns There will be no smoke because Iwrl wla tJo no smokestacks In the night line there will be nothing to betray thus prasence of this iurlncjble fIghting dl1l10n to the enemy rrbis liredlcton has been made by Robert Heywood Fernald mechanical engineer who has for several years been connected with the fuel Invest itY gaUon of the United States geological survey Mr Jcrnnld belleS that the gas engine or the International combina tion motor as It Is called by engineers will bl Installed in naval vessels of the United SttatlS within the next few years- I expect to see the Unllld States ahead of any nation In this Innova tion said Mr Joernald The gas en gin Iu my o1llnlon is feasible on any vessel because of Us economy over the steam engine but It Is especially desirable on the tight ship for the reason that It makes nosnioke The gas Is generated in a producer which has no chimney and needs none The coal Is turned directly Into gas which I goes straight to the engine The elimination of toe smoke Is suttlcJent to call for the Installation of the gas engine yet there are many other features In Is favor The vessel would have n free deck for the play of Its bIg guns There would 4beno toteringwtacks to puncuire or destroy thus tripping the boat Then it would bo unnecessary to carry as much coal for the same power can be dovelopod with onethlrd the amount of fuel that the steam engine uses or course 1 do not expect to see the gas engine confined to the use of the navy The fact that It shows the navy The fact hat It shows such econmles will compel Us nfstallatlon In all sorts of vessels t h Ono of the steam companies of the Great Lakes Is about to take the Inltlaive In this movement Plans have been made for a freighter that will use n 2000 horsepower gas enIgtne It has also shown that the gas en glno can develop more power from n low grade coal such as the lignite of North Dakota than the steam eu- lino Can with the sallie weight of tine bestt bituminous flee purpose of coalInot been to but to Increase uttlllzation of the coal supply of the country which Is now being used atI an enormous ratte Experts declare that at the present Increase In con sumption that takes up the blotter of the teak thel supply will be gone before he close of the next century and that the nation will long before that feel the effect of the warning supply The government Itself spends 10000000 yearly for coal and It was prlmarily to get the best results from this expenditure that the investigations of the gas producer and the gas engine was taken up produeerithat many fuels of such low grads asI to be practically valueless for steam furljace purposes hicluding slack belleconomlcally of high commercial value In thls1 way lignite beds underllnE form 20000 000 to 30000000000 nerls of public lands heretofore supposed to have littlo or no commercial value i shown to have n largo value for powI IIatBunklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route I Coch ran Ga Writes I had a bad sore come on the Instep of Imy foot andI could fInd nothing that would I until I applied Bucklens Arnica i Less than half of a 25e box won then1 day for me by affecting a perfect Sold under guarantee at all gistsI rat i John W GatessFanclesI John WatchMa Gates Is construct nag a golf colJrro that Is to cost 9G5 1 000 His race course will cost three times as much and Ills automobile track fiOyards wide it miles long and constructed entirely of fabbe wlll knock a large hole In 9000000 Gates Is particularly toad ofgolf Like Mr- Roekotfeller he finds the gamo the finest eferclse In the world and at J r o4 4 1W Ails You despondenqhatobitter or bad taste In morning heart burn belching of gas acid risings In throat after eating stomach gnaw or horn foul breath dluy spoils poor or aria hIe appetite nausea at times and tlndrod symptoms It yo ave any considerable number of th above toms you are suffering from Iliousn s pld liver with Indl OoldlInu enl science for thn r ntcnre n- sI a I nnnrInns It Is a mos efficient liver Invigorator stomach tonic t bowel regulator and nerve strengthener The Golden Medical Dscovrryls not It patent medicine or secret nostrum a I full list of Its Ingredients being printed on Its bottle wrupper and attested under oath A glance at Its formula will show that It contains no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs It ISll aunt extract made with intro trlplercnned glycerine of proper strength from the roots of the following natiwo American forest plants vlz Golden seal root Stone root Black Citerrybarlt Queens root Bloodroot and 1itundrake root The tullowina leadinr medical authorities amour Do host or ulhers extol the fore utng roots for tile euroof lust such allmlnlM as the liartholowMlrotEdwluIllClllcalro Prof John Hung M II Author of- Atuerlean Dlsuensahry Prottna y1 Scud rotLaurenceN Y Prof tlnloy ElllnlrWood M V Author ot ylaterla Medica and Prof In tlcnnetL Medl cal Cohere Chlcara Send uamo and ad dross on Postal Card to Dr It V Pierce Hut tale N Y and receive free booklet giving extracts trOln writings ot alllho above medical authors and many others endorctn In the stroneest 1osiible terms eaCh and every In reclltnt ot which Golden Medical Dlscov ery is com OM andInvllIoratenoldenMttllcalattpated Theyre tiny and sugarcoated the sane time the least wearying Un star Wu talks foolishly about walk Ing No man should walk unless he Is obliged to There Is no mental recra- don In walking per so butt when golf Ing you get the benefit of a walk and at the samo time occupy the mind Port Arthur will ho n great resort for us Northerners Palm eaclL must look to Its laurels John WatchMe Is big He likes big enUerprlses His casino at the Beach Is to cost GOO 000 His winter trains from New York Boston Philadelphia 1laImoreWashi- ngton Chicago Cleveland St Louis I Sc will bo editions dt luxe SKIPPER FIGHT WITH WHALE Revolver Shots Failed to Stop Big Mammals Attact on The Vessel From the deck of the litlto coating steamer Coos Day Captain James Bowen I waged a battle with a mammoth whale while Is vess was off Cayucos on the way up h comet The whale was ob Bre ed making straight for the steam and Bowen was obllg d to put his vessel upon a different course to avoid i collision with the mammal Even this i netton of the skipper did not suffice to keep the Coos flay out of danger and drawing a revolver the Captain i opened tire upon his enemy Twice he empUde the contents of the revolvers chambers but rho leaden missiles apparently had little effect upon the vessel Finally In a last efOII to escape from the whale the SldPPtl of tthe steamer ordered full speed ahead and gradually lo Coos Bay kept ahead of herr pursuer Speaking of the experience sltortlyj after the Coos Days arrival n IlortI one member of the crew said For some moments It looked like the whale would surely hit us and considerably excitement was caused aboard the ship The mammal was aU of 100 feet long and seemed of a particularly vIcious species Even when Captain Bowen dlschar ed his revolver at it the whale kept coming after us although the water waS dyed with blood But for the fact the old Coos flay was able to crowd on a little steam we would have come into port with some scars where the whale lilt us with his flukes The frlst time we caught sight of the whale was off Cayucos and It kept I following us right along the coast somettlmes almost abeam of the ship and but a hundred yards off Bird Slaughter It Is estimated that to supply the plumage for ladleshats and other decorations demands the solcrlflco yearly ot 30000000 birds Paris milliners receive annually about 90000 sea gulls Last year a London house so we learn front A Paris paper supplied humming birds bO000 sea birds 32000I rlous species Nothing need bo to the loss to agriculture by the indiscriminate destruction of birds and In some countries certain species have ceased to exist Among them are ncluded the Labrador dwell tits Auck land rail the Reunion starling the bullfinch of the Azores For some rea son possibly to preserve the beauty feathers they are we are told trquently plucked from live blyds London Globe I i IMONEY PANIC IN- I BRYAN CAM tiI 500000 Needed and But Little on Hand Disdain for Contributions Fero m The Rich Leaves Cash Box Empty Fairview Lincoln Zeb AUg7Thtl wherewithal with which to conduct the Democratic campaign was the momentous question under discussion at Fairview today It has been full realized that n properly conducte- campaign requires adequatto funds To pa the ligitmiate expenses but th pun stion of who Is to put nit the money Is one which has been the sublet of more or less discussion ever since the nouinattions at Denver were mad e While It Is admitted that from number of sources Individual contra buttons of considerable size will b made the decision has been rtJachld that the bulk tthe fund Is expect I to come from the nmasee8 A sum not less than 500000 Is re garded as necessary to meet expense of the campaign The matter was talked over at great length totday by Mr Bryan with former Senator n F PetUgrcw of South Dakota a member of the Finance Com mltttee and tonight with Cow C N- Haskell Traastrer of the Ilenocratl National Committtc The decision was reachrd that tin Finance Committee sltotll meet In- Chlcagonext Mondaynnd at once on ter upon the work of orgnnlzationmd of perfecting plans for raising the nee ceseary means for the campaign Mr Pettigrew came to Fairview direct from New York where he was In I conference with ChalrnHln rack alt other leaders of the party Not all the Democrats I met said Pr PetUgrew will support Mr Dry un but their drClclon will have no ct- I feet on the result because the Democrats are nearro together than eve before New York Is certainly Demo craUc tthls year greatiopposeItod their money honestly Intended to lend substantial financial aid to our cause As the result of the visit of Sfr Pet tlgrcw which lasted about the entire day It was disclosed htat Mr Brya contemplates still another change In his program The plan now Is tha following his speech at Topeka he will proceed direct to Michell SD which place ho bill deliver an addres- onAugust 29 A Grand family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak good word for Electric Bitters write- Mr s Frank Conlan of Xo 936 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly recommended Electric bitters late the digestive functions puff the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and deblllltle of both sexes Sold under guulDlI at all druggIst SOc at Differ But Dont Argue It Is only AngloSaxons who feed that lit Is not necessary to fight merely because they widely differ rrhlsl truth was stated by a man of vast experl- enct In countries of the world Jt It Is true In political and tonal sense why couldnt It be a maxim to be studied by all of us Minch of the friction of life much of the bitterness and unjust criticism could be avoided by keeping to the truth of this statement IVhy argue wlh any on who dlrCcfrs from us What good dots It do What court of high appeal Is there o- Breve j hat we are In hte rglht and hut lathers arc in the wrong woman Is to be dreaded as a friend a relative or a companion who goes through life trying to cpnttnce sad i convert every one who thinKs differently from her on any question trout cookery to calculus I This Is an utterly different frame lolmlnd from the one one that makes us fell we ire right In what we think I and In whatre do Tha world be omlghty feeble place to live wouldI rapidly disintegrate It every us born Into It didnt have an opinion and could be relied upon to stick to it It Is all right to have a conviction tight or wrong and to believe that L Is right bauso It is yours but thtere Is no excuse or palliation for the Inuit or tilting a lllce nt every one who thinks another Wa- If two women set different sides of an affair there Is no reason why they should come to hitter words about It droti Into personalities and each go Sn and call for help It is always In the power of one oplufShe cac 4 always state her side of the Cast ls Ill more rr less mutably to a- 6Ifsn cplion atui hen tI silt from any hung further iThlIo Is no use trying to convince any one In n IIItted argument This tItever worked out In polltclnl debato e friendly conversation- 1l you Would ho happy in your own mind you should male it n maxim for Four guidance not to argue with whoa you differ IhCus to do 14 This Isnt weak tuss This Is strungtitPltttsburg Gazette a a OAS4OeJaRoan the The Kind You iiata Aiw Bought nlgr Jl X EllCld ITeachers Needed teachersdsent educational awakening In the 0Slane and the application of the new school laws are creating many new pusllona for qualified urn and women who are engaged lu the teaching ser vices Under tin Normal School law 1the Board of Regents has the right to issue to R11lhe1115 completing ter 3taln courses of study certificates 1which entitle hem to teach unwhlre In ieutucky without examination 1lIglbl persons slxlClU years old and a rIght to color Ill Norman on free tuition An iliusrated catalog giving lull information mall ed on application Jddrcs H H Cherry Howling Green Jr THIS CAN BE GALLED I i THE NICOTIAN AGE Smokers Burned Over Eight BillI ion Cigars During the I Year 1907 I thedconsideration of sociologists A large part of the country has been swept I by a wave of prohibition of traffic In I Intoxicating liquors It Is alleged though not proved haft here Is some liquorrhabit and the use of tobacco loll prohlbitiou affect the tobacco trade tRecent years Nava seer au astonIsh ling increase In the consumption of cigars In round tigures the smokers I of the United States burned tJOOOOOO- UOO cigars In 19UO and 8500000000 inj 190i a 90 per cent Increase In seven lars During tiff same term the con tU11l11ton of cigarettes has doubled thatnabout 1000000000 cigars supplied the 1870tTherefore In n single generation duri counItrymore conI cofIacountrIlastIt the present pace continues the twentieth cenm y will go down In history as the nlcotlan age Tie domes tic tobacco crop of 1x06 was valued j at 2I2ii8OOO The crop of IDOO was outputyof the leaf as a farm produet only In- 1S96 the total product was 900000000 pounds From WOO to 19UI Inclusive the average output exceeded 8000000 pounds TIll next four yearn show a decrease of a little more than 10 per cent In qunlltl bUt a numertaui advance In total value The Import figures are are oven lUOll striking In 1S9S our bill for imported tobacco Including leaf and clgal wns loss Luau 10010000 In 1907 It was not far from SJiOIlOOOU poundsipounds The prrob elll Is ills 1111 thlrft- humnnh deprtvod of its waned mots tore tutu for solace to Uhe weed 1111111 still further Increase Its production and consumption or will those who art luprived or their tlJlJlI by legal 111- 1llcrs lose that eraing for h1ftn whlelt man good people regalti as an ever attendant handmaiden of tin Demon Hun Ahout 101 cigars anti GO cigarettes besides plug unixaues fine cut and snuff Is now the yearly per for every tau wOlllan anti child inn thI country Pot tess Wires NowIA recent news lcm front Illchuload- 1ro says Poleless wireless is time latest D C Elliott professor of science In the Richmond High School in Lime basemen ot the school yesterday heard u i strange clicking Investigatlllg he i traced the nose to a wireless telegraph to I storec11111I paratus succeeded to reading messages going from wireless stations at Santa I Cruz Cal to Oklahoma CityOk He also responded of ubo queries made by the wIreless operators when they found the new station on the lIne aid told theni the lUchtnond station had no loftypole or wires and was homemade ta a IThe Kind You Have Always runght and which has beta use for ocr 30 years haM burno tIle signature or- i and has been mUlte under his per i + sonalsupcrtaslon since Its nfancy I AlloW no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are buti Experiments that triac vlth md endanger the health or Infants and ChlldrcnExpcrlcnce against Experhuent What is OASTORIACas- toria I Is a harmless snbstitite for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other SarcotkD substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It carts Dlarrhooa andrindColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpatlon and Flatulency It nsShlliL1tcli the Toud regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep The Childrens pnnnccaThe Mothers Friend I GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Siguaturo of- P IThe Kind Poll Have Always Bought In Use For Over GO Years wt CCTatNT TT YMUY aTseCT MCW YOK CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and 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 Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPuBrrCAN and Twice Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29YEARSbsM or Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Ev- eryMOUMET u bat 58 SOLD BY US f tL liEOIMfSCIIEL SONS =PROPRIETORS == g Owesnboro Monumental Works It 44 412414 B Mara St Yards 214216215 Clay St i It C OWENSBORO KENTUCKY bit 4 t- fR Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Sc You b Honey on All Good Honest Wont it v ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We eau suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting 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 saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean Indies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way f CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMI WilliAM ROBERTSON Prop t j Hartford Republican PROPRIETORSC Tsz pnorrES- Cuxn b 1nc40Ro-uch 31v tea FRIDAY AUGUST H REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prelsdent HON WILLIAM IL TAFT of Ohio For Vice President liON JAMES S SIIEm1AN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE- of La Rue County Mr Gompers seems to have some difficulty In dellvrelng the goods This Is a good time tor the Democratic rooster to crow He will no feel like it later on It seems that Mr fryuns YllO 0 contributions beyond 10000 has ihull far been strictly observed The Campaign Is now on In earnest Col Watterson has begun writing se- En column paragraphs ou tlw slLuatlon Is there any reason why the farm vote should be Impresad with Uryull theories this yeti or why farmer s should be willing to risk a Bryan i admintstrathPn- eParty lines dont count for mu h these days President Roosevelt recently appolltted a Democrat to hili Cabinet and not long ago he also appointed J C S Blackburn Governor of the Canal Zone Labor swill not tote for the party which proposes to put It out of work or on a footing with the cheap Eu ropean workers I7ie Injunction question does not make ucll difference to a man out of a job If there Is an Empty dinner pall was It caused by the adoption of- Bryans principles by the present ad ministration If so how much wl11 conditions be Improved by acceptln Bryaa principles and allIIt Is a goods Is made that both parties will not lie able to submerege themselves with campaign money The voter who can not make his choice without the aid of money shoulll not have a right to make a choice The Democrats have put up a ma chine candidate for Governor In Mls- sour1 and It Is thought this Insures the State of the Republican again as they have nominated Attorney General I Hadley who made such a fight agalns the Stanllard 011 CoISome papers are slsthtg that Roosevelt hat stolen the Bryan platform and Is putting It iu o effect and at the same time charge the panic to the Itepnblicau party I However onlY a few conhme to do this Most of them see how rolliculu ous It must appear to their readers The Central Cly Argun the organ of Iloi R Y Thomas who Is oppose Ing Congressman Janie for rotJltfIlJn i has begun its old vulgar abuse which I gate Dr James so n11uiy totes two years ago It Is safe to prcditi that It will be a valuable aid to the third alstruf Republicans again this year The Democratic Judicial District Committee has called a snllil prhuary- u year In advance of the election and proposes to keep the Judicial In politics The lIallCorl1 Herald seems to have made no effort to Prevent this notwIthstanding 1s Invitation a- few I weeks ago to Republicans to Join its and make It nonlIal115anI Under the thou dl for this judicial dlstn t a I candidate for Circuit Judge must put up 500 and nn aspirant to be Commonwealths Attorney must plank down 300 to the Committee In order to get n look In 1VIth this rule I no poor man can comply rrho Salary earlandhalf atd the canllldao for judgt must I give up one sixth to get a ay The truh IS there will Le no primary nlllli these amQunts were purposly fixed suf t fiedeniy high io stare away prospectit- candldatee FREETRADE AND CRIME WI h thE raising of the stroidard of living during the eleven years oft I the Dingley Tariff wr there has bten- a decrease In rime In eompnrlson with IIIIctr woman waiting at the soup houses I Men who were out of employment thEY Y huddled theIr families Into single rooms whereas under the prosperous period of 4 the Dingley Tatriff act many of these ctrt families have been able to occupy homes for theIr own famllles exclusive iy lttio growth of crime or its dlsap- llenrance Is largely influenced by mode of living It Is one of the chief glorIes of Protection that It has steadily rats ed the standard of living of American wage earners farmers and the Campaign fund In the amateurish play to the gal leries that lfr Bryan and Mr mri make In the form of the joint appeal for small contributions there occurs this paragraph There are hundreds of thousands of farmers who aro abundantly able to contribute to the campatj fund There are thousands who can give 100 apiece without feet lug it there are tens of thousands who could give 50 apiece wlthour secriffce and still moro who coulll glue 25 or 10 of 5 As the National Committee has not yet been urgatiT ed we ask the Commoner to call for subscriptions to this farmers food The tamers fund will be turned over tonic National Oommlttee as soon as Its permanent officers have beets selected Who will be the first to willfjoin In furnishing the fund necessary to present the Issues- At a guess we should say very few farmers indeed There are admittedly hundreds of thousands of farmers abundantly able to contribute In deed the prosperity othee American far met can hardly be overstated But that prosperity w11l oat move him to contribute to help elect Bryan or any other Democratic candidate For tt hi the result not only of Nattures boun ty but of twelve years of Republican rule and Is the most complete possible refutation of the Iemocratlr clam i that the proslnr1y of the manufacturing industries under theI Republican Tariff system Is ell at the expense of thee agricultural Industries The fur tilers lushness cited by Ihyan and Kern as a reason for his contributing I to their funds Is therefore the very thing that will most Incline hint to doIthe exact opposlte 1Ie will fundlandby Mr Taft 4o do IteIUwrPltts burgh Pres- sBryan i and the Wool Growers I McKinley was elected through J nom whlenlIto IJUnlbbmentwool on the tree list during the four j years of the Itfe of nhe 11Illson IlIlfIact which on the theory of material steep away the duty upon wool and this nearly destroyed the lllStaleleKIiiley duties upon wool the Inllus1 try by the alma would have beenwlped hopesII turn wool growing States which voted for Cleveland the last time Ap HOllUbllIcan niannlaning the farmer lII1i1UIUII glorIto the wool groWer In two Wars 71iv Democra J party has defined is at hude toward wool tut u raw lOa ellal- i although It Is the finished Producc- of the farmer It tales a whole year to grow a fleece of wool and III this climate where sheep lire fell In winter they are of drops which rollLlielH labor alit highpriced tmurlenn labor whereas the competitor of the AmerlI san wool grower Is the wool grower tthu Southern litmispherw Ausralh the Argentine Republic and South thisadvantage only onehulf of that of the American tJnumcorlatedwinter I IAnother way to destroy the Cnn wool groWer would bo by the desI ruction of the American Woolen Corn pany which consumes 40 per cent of American wool on the ground that It i Is a trust The American Woolen Con i parry Is composed of what were former soon of the largest 111111 of the Unit DIIanns his platform badly declares that the products of trusts should be put on the free list he would dtsr roy ht nru ket for what AmtIlcllll wool lJe left Then again It In order to strike at the trust he removes the duty Upon manufactures of wool he dcs- troys the other GO per cent of the independent mllls outside or at AmerI- can WoolenCompany or In oohed woods those that me no In the trust The Bryan policy spells ruin nUke to wool growers and wool manufaTrets 00 Were Going to Win I This was the pervading feeling nl theGalt 4 Committee came together forth first time to prepare for the unchlulf o the 1908 campaign says Tuesdays Louisville Herald All of the con mittee members were present and each brought au encouraging report con IllLions In his portion of the Stnterrbe following fiver present during the meeting R M Wlnn lIt Sterling chairman J L t1Coy of Lexington D C EJwards of London J H all Um of Scotsville and J W 1Cul loch of Owensboro together with Sec retary A S Bennett The first step of the committee war to appoint conmri tea chairman for too various seOlomaofhq campaign work Congressman DC Edwards who may fittingly be called the oraor of the comm1tee was very appropriately Selected to take charge of the speakers bureau J W McCulloch and T L- McCoy will attend to the financial end Mr McCoy will remain In oulsv111e luring the entlrucampalgn and w2l beat headquarters all the timer Gilliam and Secretary Uenl1 l will direct the organization department The advJoryory committees for nU the districts have not been named Georg- 1Veisshtgcr Smith amid Clayton ts111 be she advisers from the Louisville Illstrlc whlll It Is announced that N T Howard of Butler county will represent the Third district Time Advlsl or Commltlee members will It Is understood Le stleCIdJ by the district organlzl1ons I After the organization the committees went loo ati exhaustive discuss of- of the preliminary details of the campaign but at the conclusion It was sta d that nothing dlrlntfe hall been determined other than the apporion- nent of work for the committee as stated above Congressman Edwards stated that tto definite time for the be giningof the real campaign hall been I decided on but intltnated that with the sprnkers too be sent by the National Speakers Bureau and time best of the local talent they would make whirlwind campaign In the oratlrocal line The leaders will make an error this year to carry the Republican ma1- jorlt In Mr Edwards old Eleventh dlllrlct above the reliableI and they believe that It will Time dnsriet has passed the 19000 mark several times but has never quite reached a score of thousandsiThe members of the committee returned to their homes last night will assemble nt the Galt House butI Thursday afternoon or night definite date for the beginning of the UddlIUonalThe committee were congratulated Cr the good taste Meth which they have selected and decorated their headquarters Tnt little log cabin from which the campaign COOL ot army was photographed Is featured and above it photos of the Presldtnts all the way down front ashlngon to Roosevelt on the walls attest patriotism espe chilly as the nations chiefs ale displayed without regard to party 1tvo I small pennants ono with a picture Roosevelt and time other of Tuft oCI pletet he decoralons The execu session yesterday was held In rootmi 205 which will probably be dedicated as the conference room of the campaign VIEAug 10Mrs Sack White Is dangerously ill with typhoid fever at thisI writing Mr J Itl Wilson and wife spent the day with Mr n H Wilson and IISchoolMiss eoGrgle Heavrlmi teacher Miss Myrtle Brown spent time day with Mliss Bessie Acton Sunday Mr Roscoe lemon and wife and woI children Visited Mr Leslie Powers and wife of Dundee last week Mr kl Whiles little boy who fell out of a swIng amid Injurlll lila aria is slowly hnproving Mrs J It Wilson spent the day with her daughter Mrs Ola Wledman Monday Miss Nancy lsrtry is visiting Mr Jim Hughes and family this week Mrs Mary Daniel uf farrows Wilt callld to the bedside of her sister 1rsI Sack White Mr Alls 1l1 Neighbors went to Narrows on n business trip Monday COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE I IrAnllpresent Mr D L mack who has been sick for several das Is no better The tier G W Gordon visited relatives at Owensboro last week Mr S L Stevens attended court at Hartford laSt week a Miss Urn Gordon is visiting In the- Wysox neighborhood at present Several from this place are expucting to attend the Ohio county assocla Lion It larford Tuesday and Wollnes dayMr John Hamilton of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood visited G W Gordon and family Saturday night met Sunday r C W Stevens and J L Allen made v- I flying trIp thDuler County last Saturday The Rev Love fUlellhis regular np mintment at Prentis the second Sunday i J I iJtit SMtLLHOUS rAug 12Rev Oldham of recken- rldgo county preached nt Smallhou church Sunday Rev Love of Braver Dim begun a serifs of meetings at luaUty church Dmdty evening several of our pgoplo u1tended time Association at liattlord Tuesday and Wlllnesday among those who attended were Mr anti airs Jns H FUl I kerson Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway fir and firs C T SOsertonlfr and Mrs Caz Mason air and lira Robert HunterS Hunter returnlll home from n t eeks visit to Uiiln last Frldoy He attended She Assoc atlon at Ulcn last week and was present nt the well ding of his brother Robert D Hunter and Miss Aehsah V Howard which oCIBartlett Howard MrOwen Hunter had the misfortune of getting his wagon badly demolish ed last week by the horses running fortunately no one was hurt Born recently to Mrs Ray Fm- ilketson a daughter and to lrs S W boyeMrs Sa11fe Drnlmwas n guest of her daughter Mrs BIrdie Nichols last week nt South Carrollton amid amended the association at Utica Little Misses Mary and Ehel Bar nard Hartford and master Samuel KlmLley lloron are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Sam Mbrton this week thejhouse- Mrs Leila ulkerson was n guest of her parents Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Saturday night and Sunday MT and ifs J C Drake attended the association Tuesday at Hartford Mrs Jennie Ross and son fien are the gUeSts of relatives hi HarCord BARRETTS FERRY slug 12Farmers in this community are very busy cuttIng tobacco Mrs Sallie While of near hEre died yesterday of typhoid fever her re mains will be interred at time family burying ground today School lit this place Is progressing nicely tvlla Miss Annie Daniel teach er Miss Comma Wedding who has been visiting friends at Owensboro for tile last week returned home Sunday Mr Howe Harrison and faintly the guest of air and Mrs Tames wasI gan Sunda Several from here attended the base ball game at Sulphur Springs Sunday all reported n good time Little Miss Ollla Harrison visited liar cousin Haftey Cecil at Whltesvtile recently Little Walr DelLert Hair Is Ill- at his writing Mr Sam Shroller went to Owonsboro Sunday ROSINE August 12We have had a fine rain att this place and crops are makings rapid grow h The people In this communHy are busy cutting and hauling logs to till new saw mill bousIm hy Wilson and Combs 1Ir Perry Crowder who has been I lire guest of his family fortbo past three weeks r urllld to the oil fields Friday Mr Nik Murphy and Jesslll Cummings of Olaton were In Rosine to day The picture man Is here this week making pletures Ill Is getting I lots of work to do lira Minnie anti Laid Ragland visitt their father Mr Vlrg Stewart lat Sunday tArtie limes visited her aunt Mrs Victoria Wilson last Sunday evening All the chldren at this place have the whooping cough at this writing Mrs Minnie amid Lalde Ragland visited Antic HInes last Tunesday School Is prlgresslng nicelyiBEAVER Miss Nell G Austin tvho has been spending a few days with her mother here returned home Sunday Site was accompanied by her mother Mrs FIO Austin Miss Dora Wal1nctJ of Lettchfleld is- n town Messrs V lt SC1rt and E J TII ford are attendIng the Fair at Mor- ganrtelll this week Miss May Bin Is attending the Ow ensboro Chautauqua Ilrs W T McKenney and daughter Ella left Thursday for Louisville where they will spend a tow days making trip to Niagara Falls and ocher points before returning home hiss Blanche Russell of Echols Is the guest of ailss Grace Williams for a ire days Mr Jno L LnlUngor left Saturday for Elizabethtown where he has n po slton wlh a Creamory Quite a nember of people attended the ball game at Louisville Sunday I Mfrs Jno n Barnes and fatally are iI LoutsIvlllefor5Irs C P Austin and children are t Hartfordlhisweek I IeSSrs J P Harrison and R Ht I Irf r 6 Taylor are aUending the opening of the San Luis Valley Land Co In Colo ratios Miss Addle Van Moser of Cerrrai City who has bn visiting frlends In town for time past few dnrl ms uv turned home- Colorado Grant Wid WN Show which exbibiied In town Tuesday nigh was enjoyed by u large crowd The Colored camp mec lng which Is in progress at tits place gave an extra preformanco Sunday night by Ute leaconsof the cbllltll gkttlug into a fight over who should run the thing both parties were taken to the lock UIn For Sate 30 acres of timber consisting of Beech Oak and Gum within 2 mlles of Hartford Call on or ad dress D F BEAN Hartford Ky 62t4 0 HICKORY CHURCH Aug 12We had a splendid rain hero last Iorlllay and Saturday which was highly appreciated bliss Lucy Rock and Mr Herbert hoover Horton aaended Sunday school at this place last Sunday Miss Mattie Mesherry was the guest of Ms Alto Likens Saturday night a Sunday Miss Sophia Bailey was the guest of her couslll Moss Pearl Leach last Saturday night- Misses Mary Taylor Era Taylor null Miss Rosa Derrmou attllnded the Ow onsboro Chautauqua last week Mr C N Taylor made a lyIng trip to Louisville last week Miss Pearl Lea h and Mr George Austin attended church ut Mttnda last Sunday Mrs Lou Leach Mr and Mrs Iu her Leach weiu the guests of Mr H F Porter and faintly tasm Sunday Miss SophIa Rallty was time guest of her cousin Cllffle Davis Sunday Mr T L ltitgland and J H Raney went to Hartford last Saturday Mr Ben Johnson has sold ids farm 10- 11r James MiCoy- The Party at Mr Jake Westerflelds last Saturday night was largely attend ell all present report a pleasant time Miss Clydle Porter It the guest of her cousin Miss Mettle Porter at this writing Mr Len Leach visited relmttivee at Horse Branch last week Misses Ehel amid Ruth Hammons was the guests of Mihs OUlt Ragland last Sunday Mr Lee Sandefur was the guest of relatives near Manda a few days last week Mrs J X Railey Mr and Mrs J llaRs DOWN fwho had Cora jJltltly Lost Ifek Neallh Found Relief from Feruna at Once Read What Site Says t DELLA STROEnJ 710 RichI MIss St Appleton WlswrlteRJFor several years I was is Do run 1 down condition and I could find no roII Ill from doctors and medicines coulll not enjoy my meals and could 1 not IIteep at night I had heavy dark circled about the eyes My friends were much alarmed IJwas advised to give Puruna a trial to my joy I began to improvo with the first bottle After taking six bottles I felt completely cured I cannot say too much for Puruna as a medicine torJwomen In n rundown condition Peruna Old Wonders Mrs Judge J P Boyer 1421 Sherman Ave EPamidtott JlI says that she ho- Caine run down could neither eat nor ParanaPoruna for new ICo and strength Manatin the Ideal Laxative E H Raney and sons master Hughie and Stomley visited Ir J IT Pals and family Saturday night and Sundays Mr Herman Rahom and family visit ed Mil G C Taylor and family last Sunday afternoon ffssrs Joy Westerfield Bert Davis John Henry Leach Enerett Leach and C E Allen attended church at Mttnda Tuesday night 99a9599999 6 U 9999 59 99M GrowGrow 1 N I MORE WHEAT I t madeI I t t I the HORSE SHOE BRAND OFI 1 I FERTILIZERIF Ought w be sufliclent evidence ofsuperior merit C satisfy the most skepticalgelItoWe are not offering you an experiment with =its only recommundationIWe are offering you a Fertilizer that is triedJI and true One that fully meets the requirements t pricethat t 1 goods I- U 1 Mr Farmer Do you know that we are the offspring of a successful 4 5 farmer and that we were raised On theII FertilizersVa J experience We can do you good and make you c 4 5 money if you will only trke advantage of the optportunity we offer Barllestt BEAVER DAM KY I t r I + 0 L 1 irYin ooO I F 4 Hartford Republican PROPRIETORSC rU2CPrOtrES Ovuaab 1nc40IIouch a1v Qa FRIDAY AUGUST 14 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prelsdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dlst DR DAVID W GADDIE of La Rue County Mr Gompers seems to have sonic difficulty in dellvrelng the goods This is a good time for the Demo cratic rooster to crow He will not feel like it later on It seems that Mr Bryanu veto on contributions beyond 10000 has thus Jar been strictly observed The Campaign Is now on in earnest Col Watterson has begun writing sev en column paragraphs on the situation Is there any reason why the farm vote should be Imprcsttd with Bryan theories this year or why farmers should be willing to risk n Bryan admlnistratton Party lines dont count for much these days President Roosevelt re cently appointed a Democrat to his Cabinet and not long ago he also appointed J C S Blackburn Governor of the Canal Zone Labor will not vote for the party which proposes to put It out of work or on a footing with the cheap Eu ropean workers Tlie injunction ques tion does not make uch difference to a man out of a job i If there is an Empty dinner pall was it caused by the adoption of Bryans principles by the present ad ministration If so huw much will conditions be improved by Bryan principles and allIIt is a good sign is made that both parties will not be nblo to submerego themselves with campaign money rue voter who can not make his choice without the aid t of money should not have a right to make a choice The Democrats have put up a ma chine candidate for Governor in Missouri and it is thought this Insures i the State of the Republican again as they have nominated Attorney General Hartley who made such a fight aguiris the Standard Oil Co Some Democratic papeib are s lll in slstirfg that Roosevelt has stolen the Bryan platform and Is putting It In to effect and at the same timo charge the panic to the Republican party However only a few continue to do this Most of them see how rcdlculu ous it must appear to their IcadersI t The Central Ciiy Argus of Hon R Y Thomas who Is opposing Congressman James for reekalbn i has begun its old vulgar abuse which i gave Dr James so many votes two years ago It is tufo to predict that it will be a valuable aid to the third district Republicans ngaln this year The Democratic Judicial District Committee has called n simp primary a year In advance of the election and proposes to keep the judiciary in politics The Hartford Herald seems to have made no effort to prevent this notwithstanding its Invitation a few weeks ago to Republicans to Join in nnd make It nonpartisan I I Under the Democratic primary elec lion vail fur this Judicial dlbini t a comIInonwoalths down 300 to the Committee in order to gut a look In With this rulo I uo poor man can comply The Salary t earlandhalf and the candidate for Judge must I give up one sixth to get a try The truh is there will be no primary and I there amounts were purposly fixed suf prospeetivfFREETRADE AND CRIME Sluidmllotn aie comimrlsou I s that of he period of the iWJtson Tariff act a conspicuous feature of which i was the long lines of gaunt men and I woman waiting at the soup houses I Mon who were out of employment they r huddled their families Into single rooms 4whereas under the prosperous period of a the Dingley Tariff act many of these t families have been able to occupy homes for their own families exclusively T5io growth of crime or Its dfsap pearance Is largely influenced by mode of living It is one of the chief glories of Protection that It has steadily rats ed the standard of living of Ameri can wage earners Farmers and the Campaign Fund In the amateurish play to tho gal leries that Mr Bryan and Mr TvSfB make In the form of the joint appeal for small contributions there occurs this paragraph There are hundreds of thousands ol farmers who are abundantly able to contribute to the campaign fund There are thousands who cn give 100 apiece without teem ing it there aro tens oi thousands who could give 50 apiece wlthour sacrifice and still more who could glvo 25 or lOot 5 As the National Committee has not tbeenI oTgailTzed we ask the call for subscriptions to this farmers fund The farmers fund will be turned over tothe National Committee as soot as Its permanent officers have been selected Who will be the first to respond How many farmers will Join In furnishing thu fund necessary to present the Issues At a guess we should say very few farmers indeed There are admittedly hundreds of thousands of farmers abundantly able to contribute Indeed the prosi erlty of the American far mer can hardly be overstated But that prosperity will not move him to isIthety but of twelve years of Republican rule and Is the most complete possible refutation of the Democratic claim i that the prosperity of the man ufacturing Industries under the Republican Tariff system Is gain ed at the of the fUI1mersKern as a reason for ids contributing to their funds Is therefore the very thing that will most Incllnu him to do the exact opposite lie will contri bute not to the Bryan campaign fund but to the Republican campaign fund and he will not have to be solicited by Mr Taft to do Itelther Pitts burgh Press I Bryan and the Wool Growers I McKinley was elected through A mum ber of Rocky Mountain States which had voted for Cleveland These States were Democratic because of the larglImining population They McKinley on account of the severe punishment they had received by placing wool on the free list during the four years of the Ire ofHioWlllson Tariff I act which on the theory of free raw material swep away the duly upon I wool and this nearly destroyed the wool growling industry of tao Inlted States and if it had not been saved by he Dlngley act which I stored the McKlnley duties upon wool the indus beenwipedlnutto carry Wisconsin which Is a wool growing State and the Rocky Moun tain wool growing States which vot Apparentlyto overlook the fact that tho Repub lican platform expresses and defines I Protection to American Industries particularly mentioning time farmer who Is a wool grower Bryans election would bo a menace to the wool grower in two ways The Democrat party has defined is at Rude toward wool in1 a raw Malalthough it is the finished product uf the farmer It tales a whole year to winIterlabor find highpriced American labor whereas the competitor of the Amerl san wool grower is the wool grower of the Southern Hemisphere Ausralli the Argentine Republic and South Africa who has the advantage of perennial pasture and owing 10 this advantage the cost of wool growing is wily onohalf of that of the American i wool grower who In time shoe eniimer aced have to feed their sheep in tho winterAnother dlS1tructlonlany which consumes 40 per cent of American wool on the ground tbut It Is a trust The American Woolen Con pany Is composed of what were former Unltjcdnu a trust and1 as his platform bodly declares that ihe products of trusts should be put on the free list he would destroy he mir hot for what American wool bo loft Then again if In order to strike at the trust he removes tho duty upon manufactures of wool he destroys the other CO per cent of the independent mills outside or ai Amerl can WoolenCompany or In oiled work hoso that are nos in the trust The Bryan policy spells ruin nUke to wool growers and wool manufacturers Were Golne to Win This was the pervading feeling nt theCale I J1 Committee came together for the first time to prepare for the lunchlhgo of the 1908 campaign says Tuesdays Louisville Herald All of the com t 11 ers were preseutand lIhI brought an encouraging report of dlilons In his portion of the State rrhe following aver present during the meeting R M Wlnn Mt Sterling chairman J L M1 Coy of Lexington D C Edwards of London J H fill lIam of Scotsvllle and J W iICul1 loch of Owensboro together with retary A S Bennett SeI The first step of the committee was to appoint commiiee chairman for time various seoJons of he campaign work Congressman D C Edwards who may fittingly be called time oraltor of the committee was very appropriately se lected to tako charge of the speakers bureau J W MeCulIoch and 11 L McCoy will attend to the financial end Mr McCoy will remain In Louisville during tho entlro campaign and wJtl be at headquarters nil the time Mr Ollllam and Secretary Bennett will direct time organization depart ment The advory committees for all the districts have not been named George WelBslnger Smith and Clayton make will be Ilie advisers from the Loulsvillt dlstrici wlillH it Is announced that N T Howard of Hitier county will rep resent the Third district The Advis ory Committee members will It Is understood be selected by the district organizations After the organization tho commit tees wont limo an exhaustive discussion of the preliminary details of the cam paign but at the conclusion it was stared that nothing definite had been determined other than the npporlon ment of work for the committee as stated above Congressman Edwards stated that no definite time for the be Killing of the real campaign had been decided on but Intimated that with the speakers too be sent by the Na tional Speakers Bureau and the best of the local talent they would make whirlwind campaign In the line The leaders will make aneffor this yeMr to carry the Republican maI reJlablol1Bluunlh and they believe that it will be done The district has passed the 19000 mark several times but has never quite reached a score of thousands The members of the committee re turned to their homes last night but vlll assemble at the Galt House again Thursday afternoon or night whim a definite date for the beginning ol the uddtItlonalfThe committee were congratulated the good taste wiih which they have selected and decorated their headquar tern Tile little log cabin from which the campaign coat of arms was photo raphud is featured nnd above it photos of the Presldrtits all the way down from Washineon to RooscvuK oa the walls attest patriotism espe chilly ns the nations chiefs are dls ilayed without regard to party Two I small pennants one with a picture of loosevelt and tho other of Tuft com I ileiet he decora Ions The execu lie session yesterday was held in room 205 which will probably be dedicated as the conference room of the campaign VIEW Aug 10OIrs Sack White is dangerously 111 with typhoid fever at this writing Mr J Iti Wilson and wife spent the day with Mr R B Wilson and wlft Sunday I School has opened at this place Niss eoGrgio Heavrln teacher Miss Myrtle Brown spent time day with Miss Bessie Aetna Sunday Mr Roscoe Acton and wife and two hlldren visited Mr Leslie Powers and wife of Dundee last week Mr Bd WlUtes little boy who fell out of a swing and injured his arm Is slowly improving Mrs J R Wilson spent the day with her daughter Mrs Ola Weedman Monday Mss Nancy Awtry is visiting Mr Jinni Hughes and family this week Mrs Mary Daniel of Narrows was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Sack While Mr Alison Neighbors went to Narrows on a business Utp Monday COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE IrAndpresent Mr D L Black who has been sick for several days Is no better The Rev G W Gordon visited relatives at Owensboro last week Mr S L Stevens attended court at Hartford last week Miss Ura Gordon is visiting in the Wysox neighborhood at present Several from this place are exporting to attend the Ohio county association ut Harford Tuesday and Wednes dayMr John Hamilton of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood visited G w Gordon nnd family Saturday night mil Sunday C W Stevens and J L Allen made a flying trip to Butler County last aturdayIThe Rev Lpvo flHcdhis regular npt ilntmvnt at Prentis the second Sunday y t- rTC p rr4f rKIa nv SMALLHQUS Aug 12RevOldham of Brocket ridge county preached at Smallhoui church Sunday Rev Love of Beaver Dura began a series of meetings at Equality church Jttmday evening Several of our people attended tlmo Association at Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday among those who attend cd were Mr and Mrs Jail H FVil kerson Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway Mr and Mrs C T 80vvrtonMr and Mrs Caz Mason I Mr and Mrs Robert HunterS Hunter returned home from a seeks visit to UlilTi last Friday HH attended the Association Sit then last week and was present at time wed ding of his brother Robert D Hunter and Miss Achsah V Howardwhich occurred August 2 at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Bartlett Howard airOwen Hunter had the misfortune of getting his wagon badly demolish ed last week by the horses running fortunately no one was hurt Horn recently to Mrs Ray Ful kerson a daughter and to Mrs S W nilbro a boy Mrs Sallle Drake was n guest other daughter Mrs Birdie Nichols last week at South Carrollton and ntend ed the association at Utica Little Misses Eary and Bhel Bar nard Hartford and master Samuel Kimbley Morton are time guests ol their grandparents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton this week Mr Oppie Klitinger is having the foundation laid for a new dwelling house Mrs Leila Fulkerson was n guest of her parents Mr and MTS S T Hun ter Saturday night and Sunday Mr nnd Mrs J C Drake attended the association Tuesday at Hartford Mrs Jennie Ross and son lieu are the guests of relatives Jit Harford BARRETTS FERRY Aug 12 Farmers In this community are very busy cutting tobacco Mrs Sallle White of near here died yesterday of typhoid fever her re mains will be Interred at the family burying ground today School at this place Is progressing nicely with Miss Annie Daniel teacher Miss Comma Wedding who has beer visiting friends at Owensboro for the last week returned home Sunday Mr Rowe Harrison and family was the guest of Mr and Mrs James Mn ian Sunday Several from here attended the baseball game at Sulphur Springs Sunday all reported a good time Little Miss Olivia Harrison visited liar cousin Haffey Cecil at Whltesville recentlyLittle Waller Delbert Hair is III nt his writing Mr Sam Shroder went to Owensboro Sunday T ROSINE August 12We have had a fine rain lit this place and crops are making rapid growth The people in this community are busy cuulng and hauling logs to the new saw mill boughti by Wilson and Combs Mr Perry Crowder who has been I time guest of his family for ho past three weeks returned to the oil fields rlday Mr NXk Murphy and Jessie Cummings of Olaton were in Rosine to iayThe picture man is here this week making pictures He is getting lots of work to do Mrs Minnie and Laido Ragland visit ld their father Mr Virgil Stewart last I Sunday Artie mills visited her aunt Mrs Victoria Wilson last Sunday evening All the chLdren at this place have the whooping cough at this writing Mrs Minnie and Laldu Ragland visited Artie HInes last Tunesday School Is progressing nicely BEAVER DAM Miss Nell G Austin who has been spending a few days with her mother here returned home Sunday She was accompanied by her mother Mrs 1 F- O Austin MUs Dora Wallaco of Leitchfleld is In town Messrs V M Stewart and E J TI1 ford are attending the Fair at Mor anfield this week Miss May Dir is attending the Ow nsboro Chautauqun tars W T McKenney and daughter Ella left Thursday for Louisville where they will spend a few days making a trip to Niagara Falls aud other points before returning home Miss Blanche Russell of Echols 1- 3the guest of Miss Grace Williams fora few days Mr Jno L Lalllnger left Saturday for Ellzabethtown where he has a position with a Creamory Quite a nember of people attended the ball game at LoUlsvllki Sunday r Mrs Jno H Dames nnd family are v 10UISjmeCor HartfordFSistiveekh Messrs J P Harrison and R H r l 4 Taylor are attending the opening or the San Luis Valley Land Co In Colo rado Miss Addle Van Meter of Qenri City who has been visiting friend In town for the past few dayshas re turned home- Colorado Grant Wild WShow which exhibited In town Tuesday njglv Was enjoyed by a large crowd The Colored camp rawing which is- is progress at this place gave an extra preformanco Sunday night by the deacons of the church getting into 0 tight over who should run the thing both parties were taken to the lock up For Sale 30 acres of timber consisting of Beech Oak and Gum withln2Y1 miles of Hartford Call on or ad dress B F BEAN Hartford Ky 52t4 HICKORY CHURCH Aug 12We had a splendid rain hero last Friday and Saturday which was highly appreciated Miss Lucy Rock and Mr Herbert Hoover Horton attended Sunday school at this place last Sunday Miss Mattie McSherry was the guest of Miss Alta Likens Saturday night a Sunday aijss Sophia Railey was the guest of her cousin Miss Pearl Leach last Saturday night Misses Mary Taylor Era Taylor and Miss Rosa Berrmon atttended the Ow ensboro Chauiauqua last week Mr C N Taylor made a flying trip to Louisville last week Miss Pearl Lcah and Mr George Austin attended church at Munda last SundayMrs Lon Leach Mr and Mrs Lu ti er Leach wtiw ihe gutciH of Mr H F Porter and family list Sunday Miss Sophia Halley was the guest o- Cher cousin Cllffie Davis Sunday Mr T L Raglaud timid J H Halley went to Hartford last Saturday Mr Den Johnson has sold his farm to Mr James McCoy Tnt Party at Mr Jake Weslerflelds last Saturday night was largely attended all present report a pleasant time Miss Clydle Porter It the guest of her cousin Miss Mattle Porter at this writingMr Len Leach visited relatives at Horse Branch last week Misses Ethel und Ruth Hammons was the guests of Mites Ollle Ragland last Sunday Mr Lee Sandefur was the guest of relatives near Manila a few days last weekMrs J N Halley Mr and Mrs J ALL RUN DOWN4 Iffa Dtlld Strode who had Completely 14Nek Health FounJ Relief from Peruna at Once 1tt I ReadWtatSlttSaySCI DELLA STxa lm 71IJ UlchI MISS St Appleton WIs writes I For several years I was in a run down condition and I could find no ro i lief from doctors and medicines I could not enjoy my meals and couldI not sleep at flight I had heavy dark circle about tho eyes My friend were much alarmed I was advised to glvo Puruna a trlalandIto my joy I began to Improve with the first bottle After taking six bottles I fclt completely cured I cannot say too much for Puruna as a medicine for women in n rundown condition Pcruna Did Wonders Mrs Judge J F Boyer H21 Sherman Ave Evanston 111 Bays that sho became run down could neither eat nor sleep well and lost flesh and spirit Fe mamma did wonders for her and she thank Poruna for new ife and strength Manalin the Ideal Laxative f en H Ralley find sons master Hughle and Stomley visited Mr J II Davis and family Saturday night and Sunday Mr Herman Rahom and fatally visit ed Mr G C Taylor and family last Sunday afternoon Ulessrs Joy Westerfield Bert Davis John Henry Leach Enerett Leach and C E Allen attended church at Manda Tuesday night tj sssss9sssss6sssssssssssssGroW t MORE WHEAT IGrow Better Commercial of WheatI 1 I the HORSE SHOE BRAND OF i I I FERTILIZERO- ught to be sufficient evidence of superior merit satisfy the most skepticaliItoWe are not offering you an experiment with its only recommendationJWe are offering you a Fertilizer that is tried I and true One that fully meets the requirements of the most exacting successful producer at a price that is commensurate with the quality of the J goods I U Mr Farmer Do you know that we are the offspring of a sue r cessful farmer and that we were raised on i products of Horse Shoe Brand theIWe can give you the benefit of our own experience We can do you good and make money ifyou will only trke advantage of the op portunity we offer t1 LEPBarnesBrosft y BEAVER DAM KY SSSSSSSS iff t lt iJ 0 i 1 i 1 t I iJ 1 REJULtvt4L THAT OUR SHOES ARE MADE ON 4 ALAST THAT LASTS Ve JDI1T SELL YoU A SHOE You WILL NOT BE SATISfIED WJTN ITrJONT PAY US 11RlrflmttNt l61 WEAR LOOKS COMFORTT- HESE ARE THE THREE THINGS YOU WANT IN A SHOE WE KNOW THAT OUR SHOES WEAR WELL BECAUSE WE HAVE TRIED THEM COME IN AND TRY ON A PAIR OF OUR SHoES AND YOU WILL SEE FOR YOURSELF THAT THEY LOOK GOOD AND FEEL GOOD WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN HARTFORD FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED SHoE5- HAMILTONBROWN PltIE MEYER COURT NEY5 FULL VAMP SHoES AND PATRICIAN FOR LADIES ELEFANT LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES THE QUALITY OF OUR SHOES IJ HIGH BUT THE PRICES ARE NOT MENS SHoES FROM 125 TO 400 LADIES SHOES FROM 100 To 4 SCHOOL SHOES FROM 75C To 150 BE SURE TO CONSULT U5 FOR YOUR FALL FOOTWEAR E It RESPECTFULLY oEALE W Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Ill no Is Central Railroad Time Table North Din 1111 Hiniili Ronne- No112dne403am No 121 du l a1ain No 12lueU30p m o1U1 due 24Sp m Hol020ne343ptn So 181 due 852p m Typewriter Carbon can be had a this office Mrs A S Yewell It visiting rela tives in Owensboro Mr Ira Bean returned from a bust ness trip in the South yesterday For SleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford KYltfMiss Maude Richmond of Calhoun is the guest of Mitses Edna and Annie Hudson city Mrs L E Evorly Mnlanzau Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe CBennBtt city torenttwofurnished 1 sjf ould like rooms for light house keeping Ad dress Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tf Jerome Allen7 Coroner Hartford R F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour Itf Mrs Kate Hill Cenral City was the guttt of Dr and Mss E n Pea dleton during the Association Mr and Mrs J R Hunter Small IIOUB were the guests of Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins city Wednesday Mr Wm BnUzell is very ill at the borne of Mr A D White and his death is believed to be only a queilon of a few hours Mr Julian Elgin who is very ill- at the home of his father Rev Vdr gal Elgin is gradually growing weak er and it is not thought that he can recover For Sale Dwelling story and halt eight rooms new located South sideI Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable For particulars call on BARNETT SMITH Messrs Ulysses Whalln and S M Dexter have arranged to glvo a grand ibarbecue at Ross grove neat Center 71Rwn Saturday August 29 A colt base ball and many other features are scheduled Bherilff R B dim SBratcher Lon Ralph and C E Smith Hartford and Phoeclan McKenney Beaver Dam attended the funeral and burial bf I Hon C C Beard nt Fordsvllle yes terdfrr I t 1 J jfj d I Miss Lula London Henderson Is the guest of Miss Hattie Barnett I Mr R B Carter of the McHen ry neighborhood took his son Otis Carter toy Louisville yesterday to be I operated on for appendicitis Mr James Felix and family returned- j Tuesday from a weeks visit to Mrs i Felixs brother Mr Addis Martin and family at Masonville Davless county Mr J P Foreman cUr has present ed us wIth a sample of fine apples weighted 13 ounces while three tipped i scales to 3 14 pounds The variety k unknown to Mr Foreman but they I have a tine flavor Mr R 11 Hayworth died at his home near Horton Wednesday morn- Ing of diseases lntfciu o old age Hu was an old and highly respected cUt zen The funeral and burial ook place at Binhel yesterday conduced by Rev J A Bonnet Esq J H Miles Paradise Esq John M Graham Narrows Nor val Brown MbHenry Layton Williams Paradise Verner Hipsley Heflln W C Overton Paradise W F Sandefur panda Mr G T Tlnsley McHenry and J H Torrence Cromwell were among our callers Tuesday Rev James T Casebier Central City Dr H Mufftit and T H Gentry Trlsler W P Goff Coatertown Mrs Louisa Twvddell City M R Maddox of the West Providence neighborhood Esq W S Dtan Dundee 41 N Shreve Shreve J W Duvall Select C T S Overton J R Hunter and Owen Hunter Smallhous V M Stewart Beds were among our callers Wed nesday Mr J A Bilbro who has been in the U S Army with headquarters at- 1Ft William H Seward Alaska but has recently been transferred to Ft Benjamin Harrison Ind is the guest of relatives and fr nds in Hartford and other points In the County Mr Bilbro belongs to the 10th In fantry band and titus is relieved from the strict Military discipline of Com pany men Suits have been filed in the Ohio Circuit Court by Holland L Ander son of JIayfleld Revenue Agent for the State at large for back taxes against the following corporations and individuals Ohio County Land and Improvement Co 1POOt J W Ford and T J Smith 1000 Green River Coal Co 4000 Gallatln Coal Co3 000 The amounts involved In every case cover coal or mineral land Barnes and Anderson have been re tained as Attorneys by the Revenue Agent f r- rLJ T Messrs Byron Miles and Robert Wooster Fordsvllle were among our callers last Friday LostBetween Chester Rowes and G D Hefllns ladles purse containing 450 Return to Mrs Sarah C Stroud- CentertownKy For Sale Nina volumes Ken u ky Deceslon In firsclass condition Embrace opinions of Kentucky Court of Appeals reported in South West ern Reporter from volume 63 to 101 In elusive HARNJ7TT SMITH 4tf Hartford Ky Mr Frank Hamilton who returned a few days ago on account of sickness from Western Kentucky where he had been In the Military service in Co II Ky N G spate the first of Juno died at hsi homo near Adaburg last Friday morning II was sufferIng from a well developed cast of lyphold fever when he arrived homo and gradually grew worse until tho end came His remains were Interred Friday after noon at Mt Morlah cemetery air Hamilton was one of the countys most popular teachers besides being a young man of exceptional personal worth The surviving family have the sympathy of the entire community Program Program for Magisterial Sunday School Convention to be held in M E Church at Centertown Ky the Gth Sunday in August 1908 Work to begin at 1 p m Opening song by choir Prayer by J A Renter Call to order by District President Some apparent needs of the Sunday School General discussion Itll by U S Faught Song by choir- Appointment of nominating commit teeReports of schools represented Some forward movement plans by Chas Overton Dr E W Ford and H H Davis How to teach Biography by Alvin Ross W E Caloway and J C JacksonReport of Humiliating committee and electionSong What is Sunday School and why have it by L W Tlohenor J A Re nter and K J Ashby Using our opportunities by E M Morton Foster McKenney and W P AshbyClosing address by O M Bishop All Interested in better Sunday Schools are invited to Ui present and take part in the work 0 M BISHOP Dist Pros H H Davis Sec I CENTERTOWN- Aug 13Mss Mary McKenney Is visiting her sister Mrs E Brown of I Cromwell Mrs W C Smith and Miss Blanch- eJohnsonart visiting friends ih Bowling GreenMrs B J McKenney is at home again after making aviilt to her parents In MaxwellMr Wade and wife of Cromwell- are here visiting llmV son Louis Wade Mrs Mike Bishop spent last week in Maanzas the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs E Campbell L M Phipps is on the sick list but not dangerously 111 Charlie Renter of Render visited his parents here Sunday James Biker 1 nvlendlne tho fair in Hardisburgg Mrs D Rowe and daughter W E Ashby have returned from their visit to Dawson Springs Mr S A Bilbro is at home again his term In the U S Army having expired 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 190S tax and will have to collect 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 D MARTIN S 0 C NARROWS Aug 1sMr and Mrs Will Park returned Tuesday from a weeks vUU with relatives at Owensboro Messrs A R Renfrew and W V Renfrow were in Owensboro Wednes dayMr R M Kuykendall Is in Evans vllle Dr H F Bean of Auburn visited his parents Mr and Mrs Noble Bean the first of hte week Mr C L Armendt and children Louisville were the guests of Mrs Ida Renfrow the first of the week Mr and Mrs Wayne Stevens Hart ford were visitors of tho family of Mr W V Renfrow Sunday Mr Fischer Hardlston of Big Ollfty has moved his family here Miss Maude Garden is visiting in Fordsvllle tills week Mr John Greer and familyof Owens goro visited the family of Mrs iljas SundayI and I leave Substitute carriers Jesse Miles and C J Bosowell are serving the routes in the absence of the regular carriers IIOPEW ELL Aug 13Mr and Mrs H King and link son Paul of Si Louis Mo are visiting Mrs Kings pinmis Mr and Mtrs C T Taylor The protracted meeting has clo3 d at this place Miss Jessie Taylor returned homo Saturday from St Lous where she has been l1 ng to school for h past yearThe Paradise school began Monday week Miss Polly Columan teacher The jubilee school began Mbnday with Prof Hallie Brown teacher and Miss Powell Jones assistant Rev Oldham filled his rgular appointment at Pond Run first Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Kate Taylor visUtd her mother Mrs Sarah Hunley this week Mr Press Smith Livermore SIlJUtj Sunday with his sister Mrs Bessie Willimas COOL SPRINGS Aug 12 Crops are looking fine since the raft Mr Luther Rains and fancily visited j Mr N A Brown Sunday Mr S W Hines and wife was the guest of Mr Joe Rogers Sunday SIAj Mr George Growbarger and Mrs Got 4 rey Loco Mills of McIIunry visited 11 lallves at this place Sunday I Mr Hubert Baker of Echols Is the guest of Mr M M Tate this week Mr and Mrs RIgdon Dunn and Mrs 4 Threlkel was time guest of Mrs Agnes Tate Frrlay sonofThursd1Iand Mrs Fannie Scott and baby of 4 this place risked their brother Mr Willl Tanner of RochesUil Sunday night and Monday 4 Mrs Manila TIchenor who has been quite sick Is slowly Improving- Mr Floyd Rogers of Butler coun ty Is the gum of his father Mr Joe Rogers Life is What We Make It Lets oftener talk of noble deeds And rarer of the bad ones And sing about our happy days And not about the sad ones We were not made to fret and sigh I And when grief sleeps to wake Bright happiness Is standing by ftIThis life Is what we make it Lets find tho sunny side of men Or the believers in it A light there Is in every soul That takes the pains to win it Oh theres a slumbering good in nil 1 And we perchance may wake it Our hands contain the Magic wand This life Is what we make it IIThenhearts IIThanksWe neer had known without themj Oh this should be a happy world 11ThoThis lift IIARTHURj SUNNYDALE- Aug 11A protraced meeting be gan at Marrins Chapel Le Mr Murk Clark and anIEthel uuirned vo their iiiEboro after a few days visit to his brother Mr W A Clark Mr and Mrs A D Powers of Con cord were the guests of tho formers i parents Mr and Mrs Turn Powers t SundayMr and Mrs Weal herford of Hardlsburg Ky arrival Mhndny to be the guets of their son Mr A M Vtathtrford for several days i Mr F D Baughn attended the as sociation at Hartford yesterday IIafD naught and family 11 Mr and Mrs Elna Renfrew and daughted Miss Ruth of Hartford were the guests of tho formers patents I Mr and Mrs A11 Renfrow Sund- ayHARTFOiTflLLEOE J Opens Its Twenty Eighth Session August 24th 1908r With Us largo and growing facili ties Bud its university trained faculty Hartford College offers advan IIsmalltuititon per year varies from 10 to 130 while to those who do light housekeeping the cost varies from 0000 to 7000 per year Students who desire to economize by keeping house are given every encouragement do soIClasses are not over crowded students get individual help which they could not get In large Institu tions For catalogues and Informa don write to L N GRAY Hartford Ky 1 M II VII W tAAa I A STRONG HAUL 3n OG you ever stop to think what a store stands for and if the owners arc looking for the best goods obtainable and not the just us good kind We are willing t- oShawI Our Handhandle only goods that are well known IWe it is possible we handle brands which the greatest demand Some Special Lines Corliss Coon ami Gluett Peabody Collars and Shirts 1Fincla rip I Shoes for Everybody Shoes for men Crossets make lifes walk easy Florsheirns ufor the man who cares Shoes for womenthe Red Croslit bends with the foot1 Jones factorymade and lust but not least Goclmatis good honest not so pretty but has umcatall50lid shoe never pieced even to the cheapest Shoes you can buy children that you KNOW have no paper ampsI or counters IWe are looking for the trade of people Icare for these things Do YOU I Barnard Sc Co I HARTFORD KY Jv= = = j l1 lit Bargain Period tE f IThis is Bargain Period with us fi 1 and from now until 1st E Jmllti den of our song now IS as follows J EMENS AND CHILDRENS SUITS AND LADIES AND Ij CHILDRENS DRESS CDODS iThese goods can be had for much less 1i the regular prices and are big val lfues While we may miss you in some OJtmany tif1 it cost to make them but we want totj close them all out t I 1 How About These Prices 81 Mens aud Boys Suits reglr price 500 now 325liSame kind of Suits formerly 800 IrtJ WLadies Dress Goods l tJAll Sc and lOc Lawnsnow 4c tro- r lOc Lawns and Batistenow Tic j All 15c Lawns and Batiste now lIc J kTJfnIt m will pay you to trade here jt during the month of August 1 1INconvoIui t HERTFORD KY l Y i Irl = r Y rw THfT OUR REvCJL4vt4 SHOES ARE M ADEFON- xI J A LAST TAT LASTS lEVONT SELL 4 1 YoU A SHOE You WILL NOT BE SATISFIED WJTHITWONT PAY US- Jo DO flSaUSTER ErfO r at4QV I WEAR LOOKS COMFORT THESE ARE THE THREE THINGS YoU WANT IN A SHOE WE KNoW THAT oUR SHOES WEAR 1WELL BECAUSE WE HAVE TRIED THEM coME i IN AND TRY ON A PAIR or oUR SHOES AND YoU I WILL SEE fOR YOURSELF THAT THEY LooK I GooD AND fEEL GooD WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE j AGENTS IN HARTfoRD foR THE foLLoWING CELEBRATED SHOES HAMILTONBROWN PRiESMEYERS CoURT NEYS fULL VAMP SHOES AND PATRICIAN foR LADIES ELEf ANT LINE of SCHooL SHOES foR CHILDREN or ALL AGES THE QUALITY or oUR SHOES IS HIGH BUT THE PRICES ARE NoT MEN J SHoES fRoM 1i5- I To 400 LADIES SHoES fRoM 100 To 4 SCHooL SHOES fRoM T5C To 150 BE SURE To CONSULT US foR YoUR fALL fooTVEARo- f fRESPECTFULLYI i t i I k tlartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Illno Is CentralRallroadTlme Table North Rnuud 8nneh Ilottud- No18S due 4O a In Sol l duU31 a to- Nol4luelt8ap m So lilt due 24p r- oNoJa9dnea48pm No181dae869 m Typewriter Carbon can be had at thIs office Mrs A S Yowe11 It visiting rela Uvea In Owensboro Mr Ira Bean ri4urued from a bust r Hess trill In the South yesterday For SleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford Kylttl Miss Maude Richmond of Calhoun- Is the guest of MILSes Edna and Annle- i Hudson city Mrs L EEmIY Matanzas Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe i CBennett city rri 1 j Would like rent furnished Jf rooms for light house keeping Ad I dress Box 375 Hartford KY ltf Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford It F D No1 wlll answer phono at A j tJ Carters Concord any hour ltf Mrs Kate Hill Cenral City was the guest of Dr and Mrs E U Pen dleton during the Assoclattm- i 1 Mr and Mrs J R Hunter Small hour were the guests of Mr and Mrs M S J Hawkins clty 1Vednesday- l Mr Wm DnHzlll Is very ill at the I horne of Mr A D White and his tideath Is belteved to be only I question of a few hours r Mr JuUan Elgin who Is very III r at the home of his father Rev Vd- rr gel ElgIn Is gradually growing weak f er and It Is not thought that he can recover ct For Sll=bW story halt eight rooms new located South sIde 0 y street Hartford KY Price and terms reasonable For particulars call on BARNE7rT SMITH- y 0itICS8 rs 1ies Whulln and S k 1 1 rpOxter have arranged to gOa grand jbrtrbecue nt Roes grove near Cmiter 7town Saturday AususD 29 A colt ow base ball and many other tea ttrree are sabeduled Wo SherJrf Mmartin Bratcher 3Lou Ralph and C II Smith Hartford and Phoeila M K Beaver Dam i MUcuded the funeral and btirlal bt Hon C C Beard atFordsvUle yes rterelty j tiif l- rt j- s r Miss Lula London Henderson Is the guest of Mtlss Hattie Barnett air R n Carter of the McHen ry neighborhood took his son Otis Carter to Louisville yesterday to be operated on for appendicitis Mr James Felix and family returned Tuesday from a weeks vIsit to him I Fellxs brother Mr Addis Marlin and family at Masonville Davless county I Mr J P Foreman city has Present ffi us wlh nsnmple of tine apples grown by him this year Ono weighed 13 ounces while three tipped the I scales to 314 pounds The vnrllty P unknown to Mr Foreman but they have II fine flavor MrIi n Hayworth died at his home near Horton Wldntl day morn lug of dlseases intXtnt u old age Iic was nn old and highly respected cite zen The funeral nod burial ooh place nt Debel yeerday condustet by Rev J A Uenne1 Esq J Hll11e IVuadlse Esq John AI Gotham Narrows Nor val Brown MbHenry Layton Williams Paradise Verner Hlpsley Heflin 1R C Overton Paradise W F Sandefur Manila Mr G T Tinsley McHenry and J n Torrence Cromwell were among our callers Tuesday Rev James T Casebler Central City D II tuffClt and T H Gentry Trlsler W P Goff Contertown Mrs Louisa Pweddell City M R Maddox of the Vest ProvldenCt1 neighborhood Esq W S DEun Dundeeti N Shreve Shreve J W Duvali Select C T S Overton J R Hunter and Owen Hunter Srnallhous V M Stew art Deda were among our callers Wednesday Mr J A whohas been In the U S Army wllh headquarters at Ft William n Seward Alaska but who has recently been transferred to Ft Benjamin Harrison lad Is the guest ofrelatlves and frnds In Hart ford and other Pointe In the County Mr Dllbro belongs to the 10th infantry band and thus Is relieved from the strict lIrt1l1tary discipline of Com pany men Suits have been Wed In the Ohio Circuit Court by Holland L Ander son ot Mayfleld Revenue Agent for the Sato nt large for back taxes against the SoliowWg corppratlons and individuals Ohio County Land and Impro emtmt Co S19OOQ J W Ford and T J Smith Moot preen River Cull Co 340011 GlUa1n 003 000 The amounts involved In every CIUje cover coal or mineral land Barnes and Anderson have been r- etinedasAdtorneysbytie Revenue Agent J I r 011 r 1 Messrs Byron Miles and 0 Robert Wooster Fordsvl1le were among our callers last Friday- LostBetween Chester Rowes and G D Ue1lns ladies purse containing 4IiO Return to Mrs Sarah C Stroud- Centertown1y For SaleNine volumes Kenluky- Dcceslon In tlrsc1ass condition Embrace oplnlolls of Iteutnsky Cow of Appeals reported In South West ern Reporter from volume 63 to 101- In elusive UAUNJ d SMITH 4lf Hartford Ky- Mr Frank Hamilton who returnee a few days ago on account of sickness from western Kentucky where iw hat been In the r1Jilltary service In Co II Ky N G snne the C1rst of Juno died at hsl home neal Atlaburg lnst Friday morning 11 was suffering from a well developed cast of typhoid fevr when he arrived home and gradually grew worse until tho end came His remains were Interred FrIday after noon at Mt Morlah cemetery Mr- HamlHon was one of the countys most popular teachers besides being a young man of exceptional Personal worth The surviving family have tln sympathy of the entire community Program Program for Magisterial Sunday School Convention to be held in ME Church at Cenlertown Ky the lith Sunday In August 1908 Work to begin at 1 p m Opening song by choir Prayer by J A tencer Call to order by Dhttrict President Some apll1rent needs of the Sunday SchoolGeneral dlseusrlon led by U S Naught Song by choir- Appointment of nominal lug committee Reports of schools represented Some forward movement plane by Chas Overton Dr E W Ford and n H Davis- How to teach Biography IW Alvh Ross W E Caloway and J C Jackson Ueport of nominating committee and election Song What Is Sunday SChool and why have it by L W TIchenor J A Renter and E J Ashby Using our opportunffies by E M Morton Foster McKenney and W P- Aehby Closing address by O M ltishop All Interested lu better Sunday Schools are lnvlld to 1k present and take part In the work O M mSUOI Dist Prcs- II H Davis Sec I 0- CENTERTOWNI Aug 13Miss Mary McKenney Is visiting her sister Mrs E Brown of- I Cromwell Mrs W C Smith and MIss Blanche I Johnson are visiting friends tit Bowfin areKnMrs D J McKenney is at home again after making nhlt to her parents In Maxwell 1I1r St Wade and wire of Cromwell ire here visiting 1hl1 son Louis Wade Mrs Mike Bishop spent last week In- Iaanzall the guest of her parents Ilr and Mrs E Campbell L M Pldpps Is on the sick list but not dangerously ill Charlie Render of Render visited hIs parents here Sunday James Baker tntmdln the tall In Hnrdlsburgg Mrs D Rowe and daughter W E Ashby have returned atom their visit to Dawson Springs Mr S A Dllbro Is at home ngaIn his term In the U S Army having expired Thanks I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtly they have shown me since I have boon their Sheriff I am now ready to receive their 190S tax and will have to col trot 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 O C NARROWS Aug 12LMr and Mrs Will Park returned Tuesday from n weeks visit with relatives at Owensboro Messrs A R Rlnfrow and W V- Renfrow were In Owensboro Wednea lay Mr R lit Kuykendall Is In Evans rule Dr H F Dean of Auburn visited his parents Mr and Mrs Noble Bean the first of hte week J ir C L Arnendt and children Loulsv11le were the guests of Mrs Ida tentrow the first of the week Mr and Mrs Wayne Stevens Hartford were visitors ot the family of Mr W V Renfrow Sunday Mr Flecher Uardlston of DIg Ollfty tie moved his family here Miss Maiude lrden1s vhl1ing In ordsville this week Mr John qreer and tlmU1of Owens goro visited the family of lirs aflig alldBundayI and I leave Substttute carriers Jesso Miles tad C J I3osewell are serving the h 1 II 1 S rules In the absenCe of the regular carriers UQPEW Ell Aug 12lr and Mrs IL Klug arid IHI1 son Paul uf St Louis Mare vIsiting Mrs Kings parents 111 TaylorThe has closld- nt thIs lilac Mies Jesble Taylor returnecl hOllie Saturday frmn St Louis where she has been tng o school for dlllIast yearThe laradlw school began fullday week Miss Polly Coleman teche1 The jubilee school began Ihnday with Pror Hallie Itrown teacher aud Miss Powell Jones nssistant- Itev Oldham filled his rgult- appolnhncnr at Pond Run first Saturday lIII Sunday Mrs Kme Taylor visited her mother Mrs Sarah Ilunlo tldsweek- Mr Press Smith Livermore SllJllt Sunday with his sIster Mrs Uesare- W11l1mafl COOL SPRINGS Aug l2CroflS are looking fino since the rant Mr Luther Raters and finally visited Mr X A Brown Sunday Mr S W HlulS find wife was theI guest of Mr Jot Rogers Sunday Unele Maldas Xlal has rearrne d home after n weeks visit at Mt SI- A Davenport Rochester Mr George Growbarger and Mrg Gof- rry Leo Mills of rcllenry vtslted rtII- ntvcs at tits mince Sunday Mr Hubert linker of Echols Is theIguest of Mr 1 M Tate thin week Mr and Mrs RIgdon Dunn and Threlkel was thl guest of Mrs MrsI Tate Frlay 130111ofMrs Ifirtna 1Vilson of Beaver Dan and Mrs Fannie Scott and baby oC this place visited their brother Ji- rItlllt Taurur of Roehestett Sunday night and Monday lira Munda Tichenor who has beet quite sick Is slowly improving Mr 1101 Rogers of Butler county Is the tit IL of his father Mr Joe Rogers 0 life is What We Make It Lets ortmcr talk or noble deeds And rarer of the bad ones And sing about our happy days And not about UO sad ones We were not made to fret and sight And when grief sleeps to wake it Jright happiness Is standing by This life Is what we make it Lets tldtho sunny side of men Or the believers In It A light there Is In every soul That takes the palm to win It Oh theres a slunbering good in all And we perchance may wake H 0111 hands contain the Magic wand This life Is what wo make It Then heres to those whoso lovinl hearts Shed light and joy ahonr then lhallkl be to them fOl couritIeni gems- 11e nocr had known without then Ob tills shoulll be a happy worlll To all who may partake Il- Thu faults our own It It is trot This life iswhal wu make It ARTHUR U MAIL1iN- 1Vaxnhachle Tex SUNNY DALE Aug llA protractd meeting b- gan nt Marvins Chnpl the 3rd- Mr Murk Clark nod daughter tits Ehd neurned ao their home at Ow nnsboro after a few days visit to his brother Mr W A Clark Mr and Mrs A D Powers of Car eOId were the guests of tires rornwrs parents Mr und Mrs Tern Powers Sunday Mr and Mrs Weatherford of- HardlslJllrg Ky arrived uhmday to be the guests of their son Mr A M WtalhlrCord for several days Mr F D Itaughu ntlundetl tIle as- socIation at Hartford yesterday Mr J A resterfleld and fant1 af pagan are the guests of ID Baughn and fatally Mr and lira Elnn Rufrow ant laughted Miss Ruth of Hartford WCN the guests of the formers parent rr and Mhs A1 Renfrow Sunday HARTFORD GOLLE6E Opens Its TwentyEighth SessIon August 24th 1908 With its and growing fltcm- tlES until its university trained faculty Hartford College offers udvau ages not too be found elsewhere at so small cost The cost of board tut union per year varies from 120 to 130 wlllllJ to those who do light house keeping the cost varies from 6000 to 7000 per year Students w1ho desire to economize by keeping house nre given every encouragement to do so Classes nm not over crowded henCE students get ttadhidual help whtcl they could not get in large institu- tIons FOr catalogues and Informa- tIon write toL N GRAY Hartford Ky 1 I L j IE s M MJM MA AiMMNA- MrMA I STRONG HAUL D4 you ever stop to think what IL store stands for oUul if the owners arc louking for the best gooos obtainable and not the just as good kind 11re are willing t- oiiShOW Our HandWe handle only goods that are well known Whenever it is possible wo handle hrnnd which are itt the greatest demand Some Special Lines Corll Coon and Cluett Ico body Collars and Shirts Ladies Home Journal Patterns liineklJ Detroit Special Overallswear like a PantsLen cents a button one dollar noseII for Everybody Shoes for menCrossets make lifes walk easy hlorstteintc for the man wlln cares Shoes for womenthe Iced UJ08it bends with the FOOLU Junes factorymade and lait but not least Godmausgood honest not ao prett but has the meatall solidshoenever pieced even to the cheapest Shoes you can buy children that you KN01V have no paper ampsI or counters peopleIBarnard Co HARTFORD KY 1 w eoWJV n = = f r = i +Fj + 9 i bi lt ijf1and from now until 1st It iFtitJ den of our song now IS as follows ONDE I IThese goods can be had for much less II it regular prices and are big vat rri St ues While we may miss you in some Itl sizes and colors we have sizes and col 1 ors in something else We are selling a Itli great many of these goods for less than t Jl it cost to make them but we want i Itclose them all out tot 111 I 1 How About These Prices ri Lows and Boys Suits reglr price 500 now 325 ii Same kind of Suits formerly 8M0 now500Same kind of Suits 1000II 750I 1 Same kind of Suits 1250IISame kind or Suits 15001It 1100 l Jl Ladies Dress Goods i ji All 5e and lOc Lawns Ilow 4e t 1AU10e Lllwnsand Batiste now 7hc ie Lawns and Batiste now lie J All 20e Lawful andOrgandiesnow ISe J All 25e Lawns and Organdiesnow 20c rIt will pay you to trade here during the month of August Es Carson Co 1 nico1u onA- rIllHIRTFORD1KY Iii JI fdm c i1 f c Ti i L i SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ONWHI H REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT r The American farmers Welfare IS ps Important as that of wageearners or captallst The Republican party In the past twelve years bas aided the farmer In agriculture and In bringing to him tho conveniences of rural life Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions of our citizens and we favor Its extension until every community In the land receives the full benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less I1nd less at the expense of the abutting owners In this work wo commend the growing practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com merclal industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation 01 Republican llOlIclcs as the recent safe passage of the American people through a finanCial disturbance which If appearing In the midst of Demo crallc rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Democratic panics of the past Wo congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of a complete restoration of buslnesss lros- perity In all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic dereliction But ex perience has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as wlll give to the federal government greater supervision and control over and secure greater pub licity In the mnianagement of that tins of corporations engaged In Inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress Immediately following the Inauguretion oC the next president In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is best maintained by the imposition of such duties as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at home and abroad together With I reason able prom to American Industries We favor the esablishmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max Imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods ordering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure oC protection at honmst be ever maintained Is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ of injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that nO Injunction or temporary restraining order should bo Issued without notice except where Irreparable Injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican pltrty pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes or safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employers The Republican party recagnlzes the special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mIning We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe however that the Interstate commerce law should be fur ther amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stoCk and bonds bY Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine prestige of the country The many wIse and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve oC Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step In the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the indefensible tilbustering of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last SeS sion many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a savings bank system for the cenvenlenee of the lpeople and the encouragement of thrift The Republican party Is committed to the develoPment of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment of the national monetary commission by the present congress which will impartially InvestIgate all proposed methods Insures the early realization of this purpose The Republican 1arly has been for more than fifty years the consIstent friend of the American negro 11 o declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter aid spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection and advance ment of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his disfranchisement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerIcan and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could bo enacted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under one In which party responsibility Is divided The continuance of present Policies therefore absolutely re quires the continuance In power of that party which believes In them and which lOssessert the cnpaclty to put them Into operation you see a dog lie down and curl A REMARKABLEwhen forward you have a hint of primitive use of this member TALE OF TAILSthe animal In u wild state when the weather was cold was uecustumld to Theyre Mighty Useful Members use his thick hairy tall as a rug nrond his body and particularly tiS a To Most of the Animalsheltlr or his nose While snugly she- II he could breathe and smell an en Kingdomtered through the parus tips Thu dog expresses nil kind of affection by Why Is a tail 1iatt Is wont to ritll wagging and grief by drooping his tIltl pointer has learned In forty cube the caudal appendage and mlnlml generations an artificial selfcontrol- cuie the caudal appendage and that causes him to stiffen his body minimize is uses probably be and tall when he scents the gan1 cause he shed his away back when a dog 11l11S his ttnilbetwetnl his In the pitheeold stage The legs It iR a reminiscence of an ances end of things StII1IS to him CIlltlu I trail precaution against a pursuing and undignified Yet tthu tall continues enemy who might bite the trailing to bu the nwstt important mOll1br member among animals and the world could The catt tribe dips not wag but hardly wag without it Arms and legs uses Its tall io yetrid if a surplus of are n modern Invention comllared wlah nervous energy whim engaged In the the sinuous extension that wiggled hunt The Kitten sltllklns a bird or and waved and acted as a propeller a lion nfter an ox curls and uncurl to the early form of lire millions of the tip of Its tall This Is like a tuna years ago All senlthnlntH and emo nervously tapping his foot or fingers lions were expressed by the tall cure at moments oi stress and excitement ed or erect or gently moved from side The Jaguar walking oila slender bougl constituting a sign language quite BufI and the house cat going to It concert nclent for the Ichthyosaurus and oth rendezvous on top of a back yard fence or briny denizens o the deepemploy their tails to keep their hal Observe the tails when you visit ante the same as a tightrope ar the zoo says C William Beebe curs tlst sways his pole Sheep ecem to ttor jn the New York Zoological Park have no use for tails yet the breed in an article In the Outing Magazine found In Asia Minor and tart ry with a SY- M a 60pound tan make the appendage serve as a store house for fat These enorlIous exttenaions are fastened on two LUcks whl chdrng on the grmtnd wpeelsAnto whisk away flies and bther insects that atttack animals unpropected by long hair or thick hides wo horsls or cows standing beside each other head to tall and joining totces to switch ft flIeos Illustrate in Ingen Ious nplIlication of the iwotierb that two tails are better thanone The wild horse did not have much tall because his thick and shaggy coat shielded him from insets t Mostt aquatic animals use the tall ratcher than the limbs to swfm with The alllgalor paddles along slowly w Ibis webbed toes but he folds or lets them drift when ho wants to go at full speen by undulating his tall Seals fold their hind flippers togober and use them tall fashion with penguins swim wlh this wings and steer with their tails Whales used to live on dry land and crawl about at four feet When they took to the water they found It convenient to develop tails with a vertical instiul of n horizontal sweep This helped them to shoot UII quick from the ocean depths to get air The alligators tall Is so powerful that it Can knock over and Inure a halt dozen men trying to hold It Thu lrexlcan Iguana has a happy faculty of letting an enemy keep the end of his tall while o escaped loo his burrow and nature soon makes up with a new growth the appendage lw has lost The porcupine vibrates his tul11ld tail as a formidable weapon A fossil discovered In Bavaria shows how the lizards tall evolved Into tlhu IwIU81Ia features set closely together cants In response to need and finally the power to open and abut a funlink tail of feathers A curlouslly Is the paradise 11bodsun dried Its fcailiers which puts It at the mercy of ls enemies The beaver uses Its flat broad tall aft a masons trowel the great tint eater spends no money for umbrellas while jt cm arch Its large hairy tall over Its back and the kangaroo is saved the expense of chairs by sitting on Its wellnuseled tall The woodpecker employs Its stiff tall feathers as u prop when climbing trees The lIIonket tail Is well known for Its grace anjl usefulness Dog Milks Jersey Gow knowsIj two mouths past III has been provld ling a Newfoundland dog with dallY t repasts When Bossys aril ksupply full ort out j of season two montths ago Mr Mon I taguu concluded that a milk thief was heatUng him to It lie got up earlllr hut It was the sane thing Dy and b j lie made up his mind that something I was the mater whh the cow lie would have called In a cow doctor but alto scented tto be thrrly lug nil rIght Hu wailed for some time to solve the mystery All this tame there wad another mystery up at till Oakwood Hotel The appetite of a Newfoundland dog own fallImilk supply began to fall Breakfast table leavlugs which had I always brought an appreciative wag of the tall was scorned I Mr Montague was up at daylight Friday for something of other He I caught Carlo milking the cow Carlo saw him coning and left In the nidldl of the me- alKodol Dyspepsia GUN what you eat iDI Straws Adrift William Randolph nearst who was the last Democratic candidate for gov t ernor of the Stae of Nest York marlll a spe5eh at Chicago at he openlnloC time convention of the IndependJnca j league and among other things had the following to say of Mr Bryan and the Democratic platform The Democratic party Is merely en- viousI of the Republican parts Illgot ten finery It upbraids her att once I tlli finery It upbraids her at one election amid imitates her at then next The Democratic vanguard is 11 Fall staffs army It Is led by a knight ar rayed In a motley grab of modified professions and compromised principle j of altered opinions and retracted I statements A Fallstaffs army whose banner beat j on one side a wahword for the people thestrusts whose only object is office at SURE CURE i For All Diseases of- I STOMACH LIVEIt ImNEf i any cost whoso motto After us thu- delugo Assuming that Mr Bryant himself Isall that his most ardn- j admires claim him to be n great lawyer and elightened statesman an Inspired patrlot stlll a man Is known by the company ho ketps and no decent Democrat can tolerate hs comp imious No honest citizen can let down the bars of office to such nn All Liabas band ot boodlers and braves No prudent citizen will support a combination which Tagnrt supiilies candidate mid Parker a platform for which Ryan will pay the freIght and the people will pay the penalty The Democratic platform contains some good and orIginal hangs but liS j has been said the original things are not good and the good thlllgs are not original was built by pollUal kktckdaws IIt feathered their netswith the of others without understand tng of their significance or lntenlon as to their performance It is the hab- Itation of a hermit crab which has no shell of Its own and invades the first convenient one without regard to property or propriety It Is a platform too of reconciliation and retraction of atonement and apol ogy of harmony and hypocrisy for in compliance with IL former contract Par ker has pronounced peace Bill Bailey has poured Standard oil upon thel trouble waters and Bryan lots killed not onlY the fated calf but the goose that laid the golden egg No man can serve two masters and uo man can conciliate the conflicting etmlnls of I the Democratic party He who must serve ono and deceive the nthi IerIoust make public pretense to the- peopl antI prlvace conlllact wi h the trusts AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed 1 i IItllrotectsthe brane resulting from Catarrh and drives- away a Cold In the head quickly lie stores the Honscsof Tnate mat Smell Fulleize jO cts atDrug- gists or by mush In form 7G cents Ely Brothers fiG Warren Street New York KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCSI WITH Dr Kings i New Discovery PBlCEI FreeIOUARANTEEDSATISFACT08I I I IIIalloolllltrleTHAT PAY adrertHtbemthormugkljatour erpenee lad you to uoceeu- sendmodet I phuC40r sketch for FREE report on tentahUIt7 to 7n practice SUR I YorfreOoldaIlookonirontableJatentewritato 603606 Seventh StrstWASHINGTON D C II y Canff MISS ItSo many ailments are purely neiyousafiectiol1s that you can hardly miss it if you try Dr Miles Norvine It restores nerV ous energyand through its invigorating influence upon tHe nervous system the organs are strengthened The heart action is better digestion improved the sluggish condition overcome and healthy activity reestablished Dr Miles Nervlne Is Worth Its weiGht In gold to mo I did not knoW phyalclanbutIlleep work sit 0 tand I was nearlY crazy day I picked up a papet and the first thing that met my eyeR was- an dvertlsement ot Dr Mlle Nerv metthedoctortwo bottles I could dress mlelt Then I began taking Dr Allies Cure and now I cnn work and go out and have told many the benttlt I have received from theee remedies and soY erat ot them have by It since I am nttrnlne years old and pretty good ANNA R PALMER Lewlstown Pa yourdrugpIstfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind The Louisville1 TunicsIs the livest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 9250 I ric u r I1 iZ Q Ohio County Supply Co bf Ir1Qorpoatucl bC bfi Hartford JCy- I1 bfi b Hardware Machinery and all Kinds i iJof Farming Irnplernents = b b fi carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you c 1buy a Buggy you donot want to make a mistake iii material and = Ci We handle only the best makes and can thereoreb f4 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all rl Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue bI4 and Moline with all repairs for same tR A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Rooting Myers Deep bit 1 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds bit 1 of Field SeedsIWe handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch b C ell Mogul mount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee = 14 Harvesting Machinery 1J t4 We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b bitCbitCiJ DITTERSIi i if p Iil lr IIIlY 1 c a 1 IBARflETT ATlNEYS AT LAW p HARTFORD KY IAII practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tentlon given to all buelness entrusted to theIr care Collections and the Prac lice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican building FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals CrimInal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Herald building 1 CHAR M CROWE LAWYER t HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all thefcourts of and adjoining counties a and In the Court of Appeals Special attention Given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican buildIng on Center street JNO B WILSON AITURNEY AT LAN HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public squat i R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal peulonlllItccountyOffice M ii1KAVItiN 1 IINmn WOOD AIH NEAVRIN WOODWARD G otfleug atellal e HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In all teCourts of Ohio and adjoIning counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First Nation Dank w DAIINESI B AANDEa8011 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side at Main street opposIte Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Eslato will bit given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 13- 7JAMES i C BENNETT P0 fox 13 Hartford K- yLICENSED t AUCTION ER Will sell any and all kind of prop erty in Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited 10 JOHN BLAIR BufordHy LICENSED AUCTIONEERS Will sell any and aU kinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terms reason Me Your patronage solicited I f- I 11 PROCUREDAIIDDCFENND D dmOSA tdrad port ee u cOUNTRIESIMariner r w swaoan I olM4 Exclaalreiyrrrf4orcomelo lli Ea icesWA 1 f ft r I i- a + r 44 UNIQUE THIRTY EIGHT STORY BUILDING 4 New Yorks New Skyscraper F Will Have Six Stories Underground i I A thirtyelghtstoty office building which vj1l probably be tho last of the tallest of the bIg building of the city is to be built on the site of the Tower r Building nt GO llrdway the first modern steel frame skyscraper to be put up In the elY Tho plans which were flied with the Dureauot Buildings yesterday show that the whole structure will run tip the total height thus malkng it easily f the tallest Slrlflly offtco building In 1 rojJoll1tanof towers above the main structturroj I are eliminated front consideration The nw building code wlucli bRill undI1consideration the limiting fur consruolou on the total base area ot about 20 storiek i The provisions of the new code have not yet been ziiado public but tt ili I known that they sores rica the number ot sorles ot whichabuilding can bt constructed for Its enLitc helgittyat the new building will bu the last of ofdtowersThe building will run through from Broadway to Now street with a frontage of 81 feet and 10 Itches taking In the entire space for the FortyNwo Broadway Building to the Exchtuige Court Building on the porner of Ex change plate and Broadway Besides the Tower Building the small structures nt H 4G and 4S Broadway and 13 45 and 47 Nety street will bu torn down to make room for the now buUdln The new street frontage will bo so feet and 2 inches with an average depth of 167 feet and a to tal area ot 13500 spuaro feet The Newstreet side will lw a story taller than the Broadway front and as it Is IJ planned to run the building six stories- under ground tram the Broadway front tile building Will In reality bo 44 lorios An offer has alredy been received Reality aYjTheabove the level of Broadway 1 structure will contain s31 offices 11111 n total renting space ot 330UOO thulrunningThe fireproofing W C linzlott the mnsll111ghlyput up- Several ot the cantilever tonmIa ton girders will bo seven feet iu height four feet wide and 3G feet long building will cost approxlmatcly 11 750000 The exterior work will be entirely enameled brick and terra cotta 1I0IYChroll1IItic greaer part of the tracotta decornI- 1Ion will bo In wild West animals and Ceetltallmental entrance work at about the third sory The building will ho 50 Broadway but will be called the Osag Building the owners having gathered the money with which they invesetl I New York real estate fronton fields In the Osage Indian district In Indian Terrilory They formed the Broadway and New Street Company and nequlr ed the propetiy which Is to bu sup tonriYllrSaatia manes disclosed at present The plans for ltho Tower Building the present elevenstory sttructurr4 at fQ Broadway were flied In the spring- ot 1888 by Bradford L Gilbert and caused aa great deal ot discussion at the time They called for a steel and wrough iron skeleton frame Insllad- at the solid masonry construction which had been used up to that limo There was nothing In Lie lJuildlng code that eon1derde any such afiir- asl this and the nuthorluls were puzzled for n long tIme whether to allow the construction ot the new building The permit was granted netter a lengthy consideration by a special board The wrecking york will be common ced oil t ytober 1 Lind It Is expected that the nbw building will be ready- i for occupancy by February I 1910 tA Most Shameless Demand for f J Dollars pan anyone mnglne James Duch1I1 anal Stephen 4t1 Douglas or John C t f I Drockenrldg or General 11CClellan or Horatio Seymogr or General Hancock- ori I any other Democratic candidate for the presidency save and eacepr WII rJ lam Jennings Bryan demanding I a money from thefarnngrs of the Vntted States In order to PUt him in the HouseeiplUablospectse- lesNat t only d eSMrBryan with tits yra 51pI r concurrence of his Indiana associate on the ticket solicit contributions tram nvedollnrS upward but ho has evidently made n careful computation of the numbc of farmers whb are able to pay pay pay Just listen to him There tire hundreds ot thousands of farmers who are abundantly able to contribute to the campaign fund Theru are thousahis who could glvoI 100 apiece without feeling It are tens ot thousands whet eould give 50 Oilleco without sacrificing anything and still more who could give 25 10 or tii Verily nil staidards ot dignity InI public lifo mid politics have been thrown tai the winds when wu have como down to this W11o will ho the first 1o tespond7 nk Mr Bryan 1l- i Is like the voice of nn auctlollter ale= ling for bids Money talks says like cynic Moray is needed to elect cue land Kern Lays Mr rtryan the tie neuncer of the m011e power In politics and I want the tanners of the country to furnish it So anxious are te8St Bryan and Kern to have money and to have It rfow that IWIIIII ing the organization ot the natinnU committee wo trill ask the Common ler to cull for subscriptions to cue farmers fund Theru IH a really comical touch In this Aslc the Vhy lho Com Commonerforsooth now upaper lie Is the Conunonct t- lMr i Bryan Is cerainly n friend of the people In olio sense lie wants to get their money and he evidently be lIevu that they have lots of It left tiotwihsnntilug their ruffeting at Ill cor11Q1a111I0l1s Grain Is not the only food Oil which the horse shrives In Egypt the Khedives bes mares me fed largely of currants and these animals are no ted for the endurance and speed Figs during the fig harvest front the toad or the horses ot Smyrna they turn to It from grass or hay are fed to ho horses of the Wesa In The green tops of the sugarcane dies and for long weeks In ninny parts of Canada windfall flllplltI term the horses only toad In Tashania peaches and In Arabia dates take the pence ct the usual hay and oats corn and bran Elephants Queer Diet IA gentleman recently brought to he British Jluseum about half a pvv k oC- stones asst reed to have been taken ton the sonnachi ot nu Afrlcal ee- phant The tones are quito angular and unworn It was stall II by the donor that other Instances of the same nature are known to hunters It such stones are habitually swallowed by elo phants ono wonders In this first piano that they do not seriously damage the molar teetth and secondly why ii 13 that they do not become rounded It may be added that the sane gentleman recently demonstrated the existence of the stoneswallowing Stab ot crocodiles 4 Strategy That Fall d A lumberman living In sllnneapolis was reputed to hll the wlalthilS titan living west ot the tlJsSlilI1Ij11 River HI had never overcome the economic hnbtts that ho- had formed In clays ot paver ty and In the building of the foundation of his colossal fortune His two sons however were differ only trained and when they returned tram Yale they were seized with nu desire born no doubt of lillal love to fix the old man up They know that II- wns vain to attempt to induce hint to buy clothes other than the shabby and threadbare garmellls ho had worn for years md they resorted to strat cgyrrhey went to It tailor and told hint to make n 75 coat for their father but to tell him hat few priceewas 15 The loving sons llOmlsed to pay the lurCcrfnce tram the amounts they drew from their fathers bank no countThe old man finally consented after 1Iuch urging to bur a 15 coat and the Coat was made The old man paid over the 15 and before he had krone- more tthau two blocks lie was met by an acqunlnnllcc who Iwas astounded to see the multi mlllonllrio In the uncustomary garment He commented on the gltality of the coat and his forefathers having bEen Pinglishmenhe costIgive oftw n jIts yours fIn Memory Ot Mrs JeSsie Cop Madenwho died Monday July 27 1908 She was 16 years 6 months and 19 dny of age She was sick only a short Ulme and spoek only a few fiords She became unconscious Monday mbrning at about 6oclock and died Monday piglet at 12gr I oclock prsDuttnfld Stewart bt Dundee and DrF9r ot Hartforddid all In their power to says her young lIfe bestlandtookno morosorrow poor f t Jessie Her darling baby boy was hurled in her arms It was a sad sIght tQ look upon She leaves I dear father and mother six brothers and 2 sisters and many relatives and a host ot friends to mourn her loss frwo brothers Will Coy of Owensboro and Oliver Coy ot same Co and one sister Mary Ia Nelson of Illinois were absent Oh If they could haw bee wUh Jessie once more before she left us Rut they were so far away and she was taken ninth died so sudden It was Imitpossible for them to be Olt how we miss her in our homes sire was loved hy nllwho knew lur We no more cnn see her sweet- smiles nor hear her loving footsteps Ion this earth and nt WII look around hnd see n vacant chair It nmkea ninny Ii heart ache Oh how we will cuss Ihen by our fireside nex wiirn those long long hourte how can we puss them by without Jessie But dam we mtlst prepare u acct her and her little hobo ht heaven and wo would say weep nut for her for our loss Is heavens gain We nllllli soy Gods will be done They were 111111 peacefully at rest In the fatally bury big ground Tuesday evening vheia they wIll sleep to Jesus mt1ilhiltl- udglncnt tiny when they will come forth and wo will uneet again whee paring is no more lIeI Iovhg scltpolmates were pallbearers Flint rat WrICHI were conducted by Rev h D T1mlgbn and the hailing song was sung God itr Vi h You Till t Ikoi Again and then they were laid in the cold and spent tomb whore they will await the oem Ing of Christ Dearest sister thou hast left us And thy loss WI deeply feel But tic God who hlllh bereft liS- lIo will nil our sorrow heal Iisr Loving Sister NANXlE ImmS IFre ilighting The United States now Is gathering Its nnnual crop of reports of the freaks of lightning 11nst of the lightning freaks au fraught with terrible constquentesto limn or bead says the Nuv York Press Up III Lu Roy X Y two horses WIru slmdlng In a barn 111 n built struck heween them bursting true eardruums or both animals buy leaving tlllII oherwiso- untuured Down iWest Virginia a man was riding a lnrse amid hurrying to shelter from nn oncomlug worm w lien the lightning snuck the hmst killing U- lusmanly but nut harinlug the rttr In the least rhu motorman on n trolley car in Anniston Ala actually was undressed by n bolt from the sky True lightning toro his elothes ore com plltelr ripped the face otC his watch melted the chain and left n burned spot on his knee At Hornell X Y ono of the rest dents was sleeping on It feather bet when a bolt of lightning struck his house Tine sleeper was thrown elea out ot bed on to tine floor btit was- othuwiru uninjured III Wl1huanUc Conn one of the local fire eugineltorset was struck and tint elccnrteal apparatus was put out ot order Xo one was in time lnottet n1 the alms so diu damage was nut nolcd In illu nlgilbul hood nul un slatin was So ringing In die rseldenco of th fire chief sonic distance away and ho hnslened- o tine ungino house to discover that the lightning hints struck ttho alarm Out In Plllrfburg lad three young men were slang on a tormchouso porch when a bolt struck them and tine nearby barn at the same time The feet ot tine men were badly burned and when OliO of theta recovered conscious lies hu declared he hind fcU sontehlug- ptriko him on the shoulder and run llowix his back to hits feet On being examined t hoard mark ot livid red wus found on his line k front his shoulder to hits heel Tim same bolt struck two harnessed horses In the barn and not only rendered them unconscious for two hours but aiso nielaed nil the harness buckles and ripped the shoes off their hoofs A For Sale We have about IO acres ot good farm lantion the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M II E R n Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply at- treestone water 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the J C R R GO acres fine bottom laud will grow 64 or SO bushelo corn to acre 16 acres of rolling laud very tOqJlle Two tine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek BARNETT SMITH Agents Notte to All Intrested It having been OltloIctunty Union of the A S ot E at Its last meeting that wo act os re rivers reorganizers and organizers of locals wo deslrre to state that any community or local desirIng our ser vices may procure gamo by arranging t ra nieetlng and giving us a weeks notice S L STEVENS DAVID MORELAND Ex Pr sIr I ed V A r Y j c + ++++OCIJ +I+ lTHE KENTUCKY light and Power Co rINCORPORATED I I IWlhh PJIRE YOUR HOUSH RT GOST- w I I Jo ELECTRIC LIGHT ARE CLEAN t+ x I1E11I4TIIY AND SAFE NUIIOME+ I OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD y BE WITI1fUI 11111 WHEN IN to Jo + 11 01 REAUI1 r- f + + I oj i E G BARRASS Manager+ t I WHEN n country becomes civilized it de I typeWritels When it becomes potted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER i Typeiglobe is not so important as the further tact that the demanJ increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Vorld wide use has made it so i The Smith Premie TUPBWliter Go- Iii 71 tlrle rItuCl- ti21 Pine StI tiT LOUIS MO- w 1 iWANTEDA RIDER AGENTINEACHTOWN snccreanIOU to anyone anywhere In the U S without a tend delogC in advancerrc rrJreirhl and allow TEN DAYS Fltl TRIAL during which tune you my rice ihe bicycle and tokeepFACTORY PRICES We furnish the highest grade bicycles It Is possible to make atone small profit above actual factory cost You save 4to to ray middlemens by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer iuar- Intte behind Our bIcycle no NUT IIUY a bicycle orapatrol tires horn anyone It and aririhrwlJ our catalogues and learn out unheard of aclqryre to rioter ulcmts Inuenfatlylowyrirnweanmakethan any other factory We are satisfied wtth too profit above factory cost DICYCL6 DEALBIiS u can cell our bicycles under your own same platu at QOUDlC our prices Orden ailed the day receive- d81COND LAND JIICYCLYS We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but usual have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These we clear out at prices ranging from 83 to 88 or IIII0 Descnetive lists mailed free COASTERBRAKESluSiu Yhcelsrlm1oortecl roller and pedals parts repairs and II anal retail yrkes a e SJjIThe tJUla retail pace or Incas Ifr u SSso erpair but to introduce we will sellouasamJleyairlori4SOtashwiMorderll0HO r NAILS Tacks or wilt not let tho air out Sixty thousand Ira sold last year Over twO hundred thoUSAnd pain now use DCSORIPTOII Mode In all sizes It l 1 ivetq- andeasy rldlolr durabteanctlinedlnstdetvilh onI1 naTrrwhich never l eaomesa allowingtheatrtoesape Notice the thick rubber tread A and IDncturo rlta- ii U arimoutluganouter This L several of thin spec1e11y prepared fabric on the ELASIIO and JUUL40IdertlsIDgpurposcIIthe rider of only 4So per Alt orders same ship Co O D on approval You do not PlY a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We allow a eaah leaount or 5 per cent thereby making the price 84lir per pair Ir you send FULL CASH WIT OUDU and enclose thIs advertisement We wilt also send one nickelplated brass hand pump Tires to be returned at OUIt expense If for any reason they are on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is lIS os a blink If you order a pair of these tires you End that they wilt ride easier run aster wear better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will beO welt pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us yOUr order We want you to send us a trial ordert once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy any kind at any price until send for It pair of IF YOU NEED TIRES liedgethorn suncture Proof tires on approval and trial at the special introductory price above or write for our bill Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds 01 tires It lUaut half the usual priffs but write us a postal today un NOT TJlINK OF DUYING bicycle DO NOT WAIT or a pair of tires from until ou know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only coils a postal to learn everything Write It NOW I J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL n DcalaNs- CoPYalairrsI tic marIsent fra ldest IlIlner for ecurfnltpatlnll I Patents taken d Clio reO lie cWtfcIIt wlthout suarge la the I SrfetIIIClmerkdnAhan- dsomely 111atdntedw Oly rneetelet 0raelllllllll0Ilrnlll Term3a I M INroCo3616rotdwtrf New ewadealere York I nrarebOlgcef J St n D C t WlI1E1 DTCJDJnTe Oho County Circuit CourtP P Dlrkhlad Judge Lien D Ring Attorney Oscar Mldklft Idler Ed O Darrus Clerk Frank L- Letlx Master CommlsslonerY 1 Moss Icy Trustee Jury Fund IL D Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS A- Urateher P Crowder V C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March md August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtV D Taylor Judge W S rinaley Clerk B M Woodward Attorney Hurtford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtUeplns on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of elalrrConencos fIrst TUes TuesdayOther Ofttu sN Moxtoy Surveyor- Shreve S W Leach Assessor Ito ttoyJames DtiWeeseSchoot Supernteny ant Hartford Jerome Allen Coronec lingo JUSTICES COVnTS J U Williams Beaver DarnMarch 24 June 3 Septetnlwr 21 December 24- W 1 Mlllcr horse UranchIarch 2i Juno w September 25 lheeuiber 2G- V S Lean DundeeMan is 21 JunG 20 September 20 December 27- v lt Edge FordsvllleMarch SrunG 2 September 27 December 8- U S Chamberlain IiedaMarch 2J June 2t September 25 December t4- Ilerbert Render CenlerlownMarch fi June 29 September J December KI john II MiloI RockportMarch rt June September x1 December it- HurrFORD POIlCE COURT It n Wet1dlnl Judge J S OtennClty Attorney S JI Seibert Marshot Court convenes second Monday In each month nELlorouS SERVICES 3f E Church 50thServicea second Sunday In earn month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 4th Sndny 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening nev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before lIecolHl Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday mill Sunday night Prayer meeting every rhrsday evening C P ChurchServices fIrst Sunday In each month at ii a m end 7 p m Rev nozarth Pastor Chris lion Churclloerlces every fOuru Sunday at 11 a m nllll 7 p m Rev W D Wright Pastor School Tru tees HartfordC lII Crowe J S Olenn W S TtnsloyC3f BarnettCity CouncilJ H Williams Mayor C 3L Crowe Clerk S J Cox Treasurer P Ii L Slmmerman C M Dar nett E E UlrJlhead Vaynu orlWn looker Williams and Ernest Ellis SECRET HUCIITIES Hartford Lodge No 675 P A Ma lone meets first Monday night In eaclt month C 3f Crowe W 21 D Eo Thomas Secretary Keystone Chapter No no meets overT third Satrdny night In each month Rn Riley high Prlest ltoscoo Itonder Secretary Rough ltlver Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night D Walker C C R c Porter KIn R and SI tei Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M meets evpr Tlsursday night C p heuwn Commander D E nee Ord Hooper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Frldnyafternoon ot each month Mrs Lady Commander Mrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keep or Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A n holds regular meetings Saturday beef the first SUnday to each month P tPorter Commander R A Anderst Alit OhIo Tribe No 189 Imp Order ned Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac Foster Icy Sachem J ney Foster Chief of Records Acute Lodge Xo 3 91I O 0 F meets every second std fourth Monday night at 730 G B Likens N G O tl Shultz Secretary OIWIAI I1OSTEIt American Society of Equity of National Officers C M lIAHXIIT1 Pros Hartford Ky L X STATTS IcePros Trenton Ill 0 D lAlLEY Sec Treas Indiana polls OUlccrt Pros Georgetown Ky S D ROBEIITSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pros Beater Dam Ky j CAT P KEON Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH See Iartford Ky CASTORIAI For Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature ofI I The Safest and Quick- estI Way to Transfer Money IS BY lONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Fur Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cilmberland Tel Yet Go- pscuaroa4rcoI Ta r i4jY 1 s e I t A t a SIX GREAT DAYS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR The Special Days program has been announced with Fred W Kelsker President of the Louisville Commdr ta1 Club as general chairman of the Special Days committee Tho first day will be known as Governors Day and School Childrens Day It will mark the dedication of the new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion which Is now Hearing completion and which when finished will be by far tho greatest exhibition hall In America It Is a building which will reflect credit not only to the management of tho Stato Pair but to tho state Itself The cere monies will Include an address by Gov crnor WlHson and In all probability a number of other distinguished speak ers will be present on that occasion School children will be admitted that day for 10 cents and Prof H C Me Kee President of the Kentucky Stato Educational Association who Is chair nnan of the first days program Is endeavoring to get out the largest attendance of children ever seen on a fairground In a single day Tuesday Sept 16th will bo College Day and Fraternal Day Pro F Paul Anderson of tho Stato University at Lexington is chairman and Charles Tl Norton of Louisville vice chairman for that day On account of the very low railroad rates a much larger attendance of college students than usual is expected and Prof Anderson Is actively working for large delegations from all the various collegiate institutions In the state All the fra ternal organizations of Louisville and other cities and towns of the state Are invited to join in an effort to make this one of the biggest days of the Fair On this day the Judging In allI departments will begin Horse and cattle awards will be made In the new show pavilion while all other live stock poultry and other departments will be Judged In arenas especially prepared for that purpose Wednesday Sept 16th will be Lou Isvllle Day and Sbu icrn Indiana Day Mayor James F Grlnstoad of Louts vllle will be chairman and Jacob Best mayor of New Albany and E N Flynn mayor of Jeffersonville vice chairmen The mayors of all three cities will Issue a halfholiday procla nation In addition to the many at tractive horse rings jack stock Here ford and Angus cattle Ayreshlre cat tie DurockJersey and Chester White Swine Hampshire Cotswold and Amerlcan Merino sheep cjjl be judged Thursday always thcr largest In at tendance of the week will be known as Kentucky Day and Press Day On TIO single day or event In the year are so many Kentucklans from all sections of the state assembled together Mr Tim Neodham Williams town Ky president of the Kentucky Press Asso elation Is chairman for that day and has named for his associates a number of the most wideawake young newspaper men of the state and If plans do not miscarry It will prove a enulna reunion of the quillpushers Governor Willson will call a meet Jng of all persons interested In good Toads In Kentucky on this day at tho State Fair Every city commercial club and fiscal court In the state will be Invited to send delegates and It Is expected to here organize a permanent Good Roads Association In Kentucky The question of securing the adoption by the people In 1909 of the Bosworth good roads amendment to the Coast tution will be discussed With low railroad rates and the State Fair at tractions it Is thought a recordbreak ing crowd of good road advocates will bo on hand Friday Sept 18th has been desig hated as Equity Day and Grange Day 1 Campbell Cantrill of Georgetown Ky president of the Kentucky Branch American Society of Equity has been named as chairman and F P Wolcott of Covington Ky Master of the Ken tucky State Grange vice chairman Arrangements are being made for an immense parnde of the members of the Society of Equity composed of the many tobacco growers In both the dark patch and burley districts through the streets of Louisville that day This powerful organization as slated by that noble band of true and enlightened farmers known as the Pat rons of Husbandry are uniting their efforts and walking shoulder to shoul der In this move nod proposo to make Jt nn ovent of farreaching Importance and magnitude to the Kentucky farm er Miss Alice Loyd the daughter of the Society of Equity will deliver nn address The Judging In all departments except horses will bo concluded this day and In the afternoon there will bo a grand parade of all the prizewinners horses mules jacks and cat tie In tho Livestock Pavilion with ribbons attached and animals placed In the order the awards were made Saturday the last day will be Ev erybodys Day Anyone not classed under any other day will certainly be included In this FaIrs TimeKeepers of Progress Presldent McKinley In his last speech made upon the grounds of the Buffalo Exposition said amongother things Fairs and Expositions are the timepieces which mark the progress of nations and every fair great Dr small has helped In some onward progress The Kentucky breeder of livestock ramnot bring his stock before the pub tic attention better than by taking aI premium at tho Kentucky State Fair For catalogue entry blanks or other Information v lie J W Newman Sec rotary 320 il Jonva Building Louts wile Ky 1 c k CONVENTIOMS AND EXt URSf0AI8 A new special commit tea bar been created this year fey the State Fair management kaown as the Committee on Excursions sad Conventfons with Mr Smith T Bailey u chairman Al ready a number of annual meetings for state organizations have been so cured Incladinc the Kentucky Reef Cattle Association the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club the Swine Breeders As sociation the State Berkshire Associa tion the State nortfealturat Society the Good Roads Association and vari ous others of a kindred nature A suitable convention hall will be provided underneath the grandstand with every accommodation and con venience possible for the visiting or ganlzatlons Chairman Bailey hopes to have many other meetings listed before the opening day and is arrang ing to have aJargc number of excursion trains from all sections of the Intenltlonj the Falls City fur the largest number j of outoftown visitors THE NEW STATE FAIR GROUNDS The new Kentucky State Fair grounds where tho 3008 annual exhlbl i lion will be held Is easily one of most modenfly arranged and best equipped In the country From an aes thetlc point of view tho graceful lines thoiI lines will extend Into the grounds so that one may step directly from tho car to the entrance of the Fair An imposing archway will extend over the main ddveway at the entrance The driveway 100 feet In width leads dl rectly to the Livestock Pavilion Grass- plots with rows of lives wilt subdivide this driveway and lines of hedges will border It on the tides 7n front rf tho Livestock FavUlnn will oe an aUral ofIIlare flower bed design j racetrack and grandstand are theigroundsj Ion The surface cf the track has been- finished with exceptionally fine clay j The stables and cooling shed for horses are located Just south of the track The architecture of all the buildings will ln along1 the fines ofthe Spanish Til IBS on style with white sides and red tile roofs This class and style of architecture win harmon Ize with the unduIsUnff grounds and graceful driveways nhfcli are Bordered with hedges and jitantn and give It a most pleasing apjtearanw 100000 LIVESTOCK PAVILION It is with much pride that the State Fair management will open to the pubI He In September what ft has every reason to believe is the finest livestock pavilion In the world White some what similar to other great State Fair pavilions It is quite different from any of them and combines the good points of all of them It win be112 feet wldo and 400 feat long with mi Interior arena mcasnrtng HG by 300 feet There will be an entrance to the arena at either end having direct connec tlon with the horse and cattle barns A fifteenfoot pmnwoadb wfir extend entirely nround the cutsldo of the are nn The main entrances are arranged In four large towers one at each corI ner of the building to give an alliinI danco of space for entrance and exit The construction is of tho most per manent character befng largely con crete and steel All horses and cattle will be exhibited In thlsr building a great improvement over the hot dusty show rings and the iacmrvenfent stuffy touts used in tin past- WEBERS BANDI Webers Prize Rand of America one nf tho finest concert organizations in tho West will furnish the music for the State Fair Fade of Weers programs will IMS three hours long and be j made up entirely trf popular music A number of soloists will be heard Mr Weber has felt the public pulse long enough to know about what Is wanted add to this A bund that fe unsurpassed nndIspeIhave secured a Upeer attraction In the way of a band THE HORSE SHOW AT- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR With the largest prizes ever offered j for horses at a Kentucky Fair the greatest exhibit of egofne flesh In the j history of tho flue Crass State Iff con fldently expected For the Hrst time exhibitors and spectators wIlT have the horseIIns the effect of the burning sun or j being exposed to damp and chilly j weather and undcrpofnf tho fnconve nlencc of a wuatberfinalwd show ring Turnstiles isUsed at the Ken tucky State Fair Secretary JTV He wznan of the Kentucky State Vtdr has provided the toIFair Neither the Wnny nor the fat man will bare any freaWe fn passing through them They are equipped with rcginten slosh cm pulp at any mlnuto Just bow yozoy persons have I passed through For calalaffQ entry Blanfty or ether Infcrmatioa mite J W Newman Seo retnt 320 Pass Je u UaIJding Louts villa Ky A GREAT LINE OF FREE ATTRACTIONS In line with Its policy to put on only tho greatest attractions that can be ecured the Kentucky State Fair man agement has closed a contract with Frank P Spellmnn of Cleveland 0 for what Is believed to bo thebest line of free attractions ever seen at a Southern Fair These attractions will be seen In front of the grandstand each day including Spellmans Performing flenrs and ten other tree at tractions such as trapeze acts midair performances etc A Japanese troupe of gymnasts and equilibrists excelling in their line any i Loulsvlllelhassively in Kentucky at that time In addition to the more thrilling of the wellknown acts of balancing and gym nastic work they have devised several features which will be for the first ITheever will be the troupe of trapeze per formers Including several men women and a tiny tot which Is hurled by Its j heels twentylive feet through the air I j and is safely caught by one of Its el j ders Accidents do not occur In this act but despite their perfection a net I is spread for a possible emergency so that even if an accident should occur no fatality would result The shows already engaged for the Stretch are Fererlas Trained Wild Animal Congress the Dicky Wild West Show and Cow Day Indians I the Dark Town Fire Brigade Heaven and hell Mechanical Device Johns J town Flood Palace of Illusions Elec trio Palace and many others which will lie added later This Is enough to Insure every visitor that there will be something doing overy minute EXHIBITS AND CLASSIFICATIONS At the Kentucky State Fair Entries of exhibits In all Livestock Departments except for horses mules and jack stock will closo Monday Sept 7th at G P m and in all other departments prior to Thursday Sept 10th Entries of horses mules and jacks will positively close at 12 the day before the exhibition ocIockI as there will be a printed program the horse show giving the name of I the owner the name and color of tho i horse and tho number of tho entry which must correspond with the arm drivingjInlformationby noon of the day preceding the exhibition Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 7th and ex hlbltors in all departments have been so notified iThere are 1328 different rings In which liberal prizes are offered while there Is a tctal of over 300 different i lots The horse classification Is subdivided Into classes suitable for light harness flvegalted saddlers three gaited saddlers roadsters combined harness unu fivegaited saddlers plan tation saddlers runabouts high steppers Shetland ponies and fine horses Tho mules and jack stock are well taken earn of In the Beet Cattle Department the clnsRlllcaHon Is complete for Short horns Herefords Polled Durhams AberdeenAngus and Red Polls In j the dairy cattle department Jerseys HolsteinFrleslans Guernseys and Ayreshlrcs ore recognized The Swine Department Includes nerkshlres Po landChlnns DurockJerseys Chester Whites Tamworths Hampshlres and DepnrtmentI SouthdoW11BI LlnieVeluryj ment the prize money being materially increased over last years list The Departments for Vegetables and Mel Ions Field Seed and Grain and Tobacco contain classes for almost every product grown on the farm In Hor ticulture there are hundreds of prizes offered for apples peaches pears grapes etc Plants and Flowers one of the most attractive exhibits at a fair will be larger and better than ever before In no department Is there a more Interesting collection of premiums than In that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries The Perfect Carriage Horse at the State Fair In order to develop a perfect car riage horse the United States Govern mont appointed a Commission to In vestigate the desired points that should be possessed In ordi r to stim ulate the breeding of this class of animals the Kentucky State Fair otters a 75 trophy and a 50 cup for the best mare and stallion according to the government classification The points desired by tho carriage horse are given in detail in the State Fair catalogue A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky It Is a trophy of great sentimental and advertising value aside from the cash premium which accompanies It For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Sec LoulIfllleKy J del d L J fati t rt i T dtJLt t3 The BreeetirMe A a COUNTY FAIR 4 it+ J Showfjj Floral Hall the greatest in the State Something to Y suit everybody A real Kentucky Fair fP 3 tMH BIARQSecYp tf A 3f 3f ie 3r ip if Sc A 159 JAMES LYONS CRE7 T- FREE OFFER Y The Most Startling therJostJJnEeason = able Offer You Ever Heard Of r ffi NOTHING EVER LIKE 1TH3Z 20 WORTH OF GOODS Your own selection from my entire stock actually given away to the lucky guesser No split premiums You get the whole thing ONLY 144 GUESSES You are entitled to one guess for each BUGGY WHIP YOU BUY This whip retails the world over for 50 cents A genuine Raw hide and Phillipine Bone from cap to snap Something everybody needs You get full value in the whip alone The lucky number has been deposited in the Ohio County Bank in a sealed envelope sent us from the factory No body knows what it is If you hold the lucky or correspond ing number it is all yours Just Think of It 20 for Almost Nothing COME EARLY OR YOU WILL BE LEFT OUT James Lyons Hartford Ky tti TOO LATE FOR LAST WEE WHITESVILLE Aug fiPeople are now busy thresh ing wheat in this vicinity Crops are looking fine in this neighborhood Rain is not seriously to neededIThe new two story brick store being put up by 1Vr D Wells for D F Brooks and son Is being pushed rapidly Work has begun onthe road between here and Oklahoma preparatory to lay+ Ing the rock Miss Della McConn of Shorts attend ed Sunday school here Sunday Mlts Ollie May and Hols Hays of Rockport Ind are visiting tjielr aunt Miss Emma Hays Mr Tom Leo Ralph and wife went to the Chautauqun yesterday Springstmmheand wife D F Brooks and wife D it iR Ijti Mr Otis Kelly attended the Con I P Brooks and wife Mrs Nina Harri son Mrs Jane McrCrty and two daugh federate Reunion at Owensboro last Friday ters Carrie and Lucy Dr McDowell wife and son WJ1H Dr Haynes and Wife Mr Elmer Hayae and WtetMr Rolllo Jitcteou anu wue of Ttfr Lonnle Martin spent the latter part of last week on Rough river fishing Olr Thomas Hickey and family of this place are atentdlng the Chautau qua this week IMr Sewall Kelley spent last week his cousin Mr Alva Kelley of DeanfleldThe baby of Mr and Mrs David Farmore was hurried at Taylor field yesterday Miss Sue Mal Mbseley one of the lmost Intelgent and highly respected I coImtrryyvvasburled of JUIY r l 1 Y t r BAIZETOWN Aug 13Fynas Baize of this place was found dead on the railroad track justi below Brodway Tuesday morning at 630 oclock by the pectionboss He and his fatherinlaw Mr NIm Wilson had gone to lJcHeurylIon day with produce and Baize wOnt to Central City Monday nIght supposed toget some whlskty and fl 1s the general betef that he Cellotf the i train and was killed His remains were brought home for burial Ho leaves a wife and two small childrent moumliISSadCrops are looking well here t HK James and C ai Phlgley play u QIng 1 pbopbone There was ta large crowd present tthlliereTuesday F jt y r