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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y x 1 t 1 J hihIttJ b Fioe Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS oF ALL TilE PEoPLE Or 01110 CoUNTY Subscription I per Yea V 1JXXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 21908 No5 SHERMAN REPELS BRAN S INSULT Tuts BIg Role in pemocratl- Ships C Canvas Tilts Lunning Mate MakesA Brilliant Talk and Tells What issues AreIUUta N Y Aug 1SThe gas Yormai ceremony alrendi1lg the official maljt1ck4when Repre3entativo James School craft Sherman waS I endtred and nCj- ceptNl oho nomination or his party for the Vice Prtvidl11cy In accepting he subscribed hmllly- lle destrtd to the liatfotm adopt nt ihe ChIago conventiou In June td every UUtltIllOO or StretarY Ta- in Milt his Clneinnnci speech and tO policies Or President Roosevelt I Mr Sherman nsseed that the ap Jlrova1 of the Roosevelt udminlstratt was the Issue of the campaign I a Mr real question Shall the people ite declared was n reflection on the people Surely 4he people shall rule Sherman raid SurelY they have ruled1 surely Ihy do rule Shame ou the cnndldlltc whO insults the American people by suggestion or declnra1on that n majority of IIts electorate Is venal Ir Shermnns speech was unusually i brier and he did not atJtempt to discus In dnil any ot the queslona vucnetl up by Scrulry Tat lying hl could not hope to persuade anyone not convinced ivy the Prteklen al cnudidates- 1reSenatslan of roJ1o ir6m S- fir Sherman however entered Into n brier discussion ot the turllC and hiS declaration I am a protecUonb3 response from his heraersIThe nndldte then went on tD exj plain that he thought tile time had arrived for a revision of 4he tarIff tram the proeddonttt point or view Mr Sherman praised the record or the Republican iary end In contrasting t with the Demoeraeic organ z Lion rtrtrrd to the latter I1S Ian ag tgltgatlon Of expert ental n1lcontentsC and Itheoris whosbonly claim to uI history js a pay name they pilfered Sel11lltor Julius Burrows Of M lgJn- OIYairman or the NdllClcaHan Commlt- tec made the tender Of the nominatiOn In his speech he too resented what he declared was a hlnly veiled ncI cusatlon by Mr Bryan that a Republican admitilitration did not represent uhe rule of the peopleI Minutes of Meeting of Cromwell Magisterial District Union The Cromwell Magisterial Dlstrlob Union Or American Soclty of Equity I II11hGraham lI Pleasant Daizetown The followiug resolutions were ndolJedII1 Whereas this Union jng the tobacco of nonunion POO11Io thereby enabling Ithemla realize as wmuchisenefit from our rgu1izkion IS We nd belle lag thid eo long osIJhey too allowed io do so they will never join rhe union Therefore e It Resolved that we will not accept an more tobacco to pool for nonunion llOOp1o for and after 7909 Also further a rorolvd that acopyotithero resolutions be carried IoYhe next regular meeting or the County Union and Its adoption urged 2 Whereas Equity dealers noW buy from nonunion people and stlug u the consumers which webelJVfls de trlntental to our orgaplzatlon There toro be It Av olvcd That it be made unlawful for anY member of the American SOcle tyofEqulty to bUy produce from non mombers for the purpose ot selling to the COnsumers and that anyone vie I of latIng thiS provision shall stand sus ndifciety should take steps to establish i qulty exchange houses and that one t 111bral1chlbouseat Resolved That our delegllltes tot thetnexC county union boinstnietad do 9furge this matter beforo the onventlol1 Ibtablminers would greatly benefit both pro fiResolvedtappolut acommtttee to m aioo lt- Y is ft 3- t i S tee Of M1ri Workers of Amerkn to arrange for q cooperative JlroduC housetOn lIbdon duly seconded fiGr KIt Thomas was tllOtNl a member of the flnnnceom1nlt c OumuUon duly stConded Mr lfarip Embry waS elected corresponding Sec rotary oflhe Crmnwef ltngllerlal dJs Tlct union of Am rlcariSocluty ur Equity On motion Mr McCook was appointed to carry thiese resolutions befor- the neXl mooting or the county Union or the American Socltity ot Equity 6 Whereas the law gOverning tho- AmerloanSoclt1 or Equhy is a majority rule and 9lt requires Un- itfor success becomes ntCtSSClry fo the minority to submit Therefore bit Resolved That In case or the ques Lion or acreage and pooling the flnnuo committee notify the Chairman Or each county In said district to calla meet img and take the vote and IC a nm lrl ty is tar limiting the acreage or for ediroong It tlfclI betomts stlaw for all- membcre to sign the pledge then be resolved thtmt when lhe pledga for le presented to a member and he refuses to sign he stands suspended from the Society for 12 mouths E P Saudefur special CQmm1rteenmn adopted b local No 1772n N k San defur President E P SandefurSecre taryAdjourned to meet Saturday before DalzeIE P SANDFFUR Pres A S KEOWN Sic PROTECTION DOES NOT FOSTER TRUSTS Wejk t ess of tla Democratic Platform AntiTrust ottlonIThe Denu erallc imrya promise Ito remove the Tariff from trust made goods is one It would not undetako 10- redeen tr given power Tarte sugar forexample We have what Is cdlled the Sugar Trust lint the Democratic States Or the South and the eugar beet growing States or the West dtahmand Pr oteeaion ron thelr Sugar and a Democratic majority In Congress would not hillkor deny hg And what Is true or sugar Is true or tobacco and may other articles it IS also propesed tO deny pretecUon to Industries whose products are sold abroad at less than domefl1c prices This Is equally Imprlllcable It Pro tecion is to be oonUnul as l system There are so many reasons why products may on occasion be sold abroad at than domlW k prices that the fact suth sales Is not sa conelurivO as to the exlbtenco or a domestic oly or as to any particular industrysi- ndependntce or Pratt tall- The true principle IS Protection lim to the needs or the InduStTlcs edapted tO the resourctsar Our county Te10 qUlitlon or whether the domestic Industry Is monopolized or dominated one OT two large concerns is net mat- feria The professed ptiryfose Of the law Is o Protect labor and there fnro the material question IR the need or the industry free or monopolized which empoys the labor It Is the question what protection if any the domestic industry needs to control home market against foreign competition1i sale Is made abroad at u discount on domestic Irises the ract is material only as It may bear on the question or whether Protection is needed to enable the homo Industry to domestic the home market it sfiaud hill be accepted as cOnclusive evidence on his point Otherwise n seals or packthg house producWor Of American tObacco thread at a discount on dOmestic price would to warrant for wi LhdratfngPro tectlOn from our producere ot livestock and Jlabacoo The du Y or Congress Is to necentaln the nrtualw needs the ladl1gtry ithrough the best evidence obtainable and khan limit Its Protection to these needsDubuque TJmes- t Earlington The annual oocainpment or the nawonal guard wm be tide year about fire middle of at Earlington Tbee en campD1ent Shioyear win be one of- rho most oomplgfe ever held by the State m11Yla and aeainfa are eing made brile officers of the ar tie Improve In every war over forineencampmei4te One finest target nges in the rxilntryits cated J at FarBngt on the now J buildiuBbgrsacksattbabplaceM i a J MEMBER OF HART FORD OMPANY Accidentally Shoots B stand et at Eddyville aneSheriff of Lyon County Eddyvlllertaders who have friends and relativ- in iCo H i Eddyvllie I a comparatively qultt I town today although there was enough exeixment yet erday to sere e several days Firt theme was jw ac cld nnl shooting or Josef i UObel1 tuna cl zen Or Eddyt111e by Van Crab comIIlany C1b1treehidIIotol was lbtttched on a bench lie- was in Ute acc Of plekng up le bfltl when the pistol slipped out Or the tor and struck the pavement The weapon was discharged amtthe bullet struck Robertson Ira the mouth ThE wounded man Is a sonlulaw or Police btClt11enA clash between OW lJewele and Sheriff Sam Cash furnished some ex- eit ment The troops statloned her era qunrtEIld inIh courthouse an the Sheriff demu11dad tint they bore moved Capt DoVeese however deI dined to obey the orders ot the Sheriff and directed his men to stand their grounds Things looedk squally for a thnebut- a number or leading citizens Inter rerrl d Sheriff Cash Is adetermined I couKjh9umade an effort tO compel the troops iD mOw but as Cniit DeWteo has he consent Or Judge Crumbaugit and Coun y Attorney Krone he decihed to vacate and says that he will not do so An effort will be made to arrest Pri- vale Crabtrlt and anuher clash be tweon the civil unit military nutJhOlIt- 1jl S Is feared A ltter from CIJt DeWeese gives the following brier account ot the ae- chIlnL referred tO aboaILate yesterday tuts dropped u revolver on the streets and It was discharged hutting One Joe Robert on n citizen in the mouth Dy the merest chance lie was not badly hurt Cnbree was not o blame and there Is no esoitemenit over the Incident here Ross Basebeart One or the most beautiful and im pressmve weddings occurred Wednosy morning August 19 at 10 Oclock at the homo Or Mr und Mrs Fred llaseheart In lcHellry when their daughter Gertrude Demetta became the wife of Mr E 1L Rossseymour Ind The ceremony waS IlronuoncI ed by the Rev J T McCurhon pxntor- of the Presbyterian church Only the lmntttliate relattvca or the brldtl had groom were present Miss 1tay DUnCa presided nit the irlano and played- the wedding march After the cere niony and cungrautiatlons Mr and Mrs Ross lei for NltlglU Fans Imdc wIll return to Seymour pad September 1tot The groom Is President 8f the Soy mour Business College and Southern Indiana Normal school tit lit ymourj Tho bride to One Of Ohio audles11ThywWnes or a host of friends Ohio Countaln Killed in Breckenridge liardnsbtlrg Aug 1SNII above four oclock on last Saturday nittrr noon Mart Dowell shoe his sonin law Jts Hall whO soon died from trio effects of he sha tlrite shoot ng occurred in clout 50 feet or Dawlia1 house with no one present except Dow ells Bon As soon DOWIellnear Jto1 sheriff llllt loUlIcrand Coroner Lee 1rterhop who had fJ ktdxxl to the scone of the trouble Dowell rut onceCaxehhnt up mud Wt brotig Ei- tto I ardlnsburg dad placed In Jail His darjth1s1 l nct LL Do1ie1lattd HalqtYedfloS41ltog ther H I nod on sinking creek within two mtll or Cllron Mills Hall had been mar red to Dowells daughter for Ilbouton year His before malTlngo nv at Olaon In OhIo couny Another Report Ulaon Ky Aug20 lr JosseHall formerly or thIs place 113 killed by hl3 raLherlnIaw Martin Dowell w Clifton Hills Dreckanrldge oountyKy wvsdty lie was married O Mss XeHfe May Dowell Sept 10h 1907 Tho nsws looclM here Sunday night and Msmother Mrs Mel ins lll and 1e0e 1l rent Wok place Sunday afternoon before fho arrival or the reatlvam jthe MerryMacey burial grounds nm sHall and J F Allen are 1I- tHardlmburg to wtezul the erQmin- Ithg srlr ot Dowell wllch comes up today August 20 TW0 BARNS BURNED RIDERSy Calloway County to Punish AgainstI Murray Ky Aug 1ilgllt rid ers took revenge Saturday nSghC on David and Smoot Iendricks faaher prosecutingby The reirs HendrUks 1mvI lmdh been bitter against the night riders ndljcktllithave seen writen by Kelsey Kirk at tie Ceaor Ridge mtrting house The Cunttr Rldg mting house Is said to ho the headquarters or the nights ridem band In this county WItncsses I the recent trial firm testified that at this place all the raids are promulgated an 1 under the church Isstroed away the masks and regalia of nfie lavvhss mldi eve This makes the second barn thlt has been burned for Smoot HondlislrnI- I Is believed here that this destruction Is Inended as Inllmldatm to keep him and his rather from testifying In the cases or the alleged night rulers at the next terns or coUrt A tempts lInnj bttm made tU gtl bloodhounds IWIt tu go upon he trail ot the barn burnrra SoveatiltvIors Or bloodhounds have been lncommuni caJon wll hlhe mmthuiJI bu fitey sty they would m wsni tJ tmasu the night riders aa it would meannl mot ordzrin elea11 fur hh talr hounds and thmslnt It Is not known whether any Or time baud were tCognlzlll as rho lImd1 ricks refused tO give out say lion more tlmn the foot hat their i barns were burnedI Bryans double Will GrOW A Mustache New York Augus J6Ur Davldt Coombs Poyon or JeCCtlsonvlih Inll- I president or the Indiana Sate Met l II- aSEoclu lon go a hall cu1l tine lIult1 illtheYou need not thave miry npptr lip today lam to grow a ususacice I Then Dr PPIOIl f I irn n civ and notwithstanding the heat pull edduwn the curtalub atnu tame Lu- ver 1 6o break all records elllng to the nearest railroad swou- Once Dr PHyton though H wam ii- oke bemuse ho la a remarkable double William Jennings Bryan hut after bllug routed mutt of n Now Haven Irain midnight pushed to the back lcifi n asdmeoLchange DrPeyton wOuld not have worrINl so much over the low of sleep but tOday hi1wGS caught in Cafe lrarrin had a Score Or men insiied on shalt Ing hands with hn During Hie ex 1lemelllt Dr Peyton loft a watch toll anti that was too much Hence the hair cut and a new mustache Enter School The Western Normal Green otters young peOple desirlngnnl education unexcelled adrantngs Catalog giving full information tree Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 6t2 for Sale A iobr roc ttngo nMcHenry splendid + grdeiJvouts t bulldinga sand good wmgtmer NC Smt ii McHenry Ky vl 6t3 I STILL FINDING toBRANCH BANKS One at Fordsvlile the Latest Revelation I t secretary of State BrunEr Will Close Them if They Do not Incorporate I Frnnkfort dispaaIi to the Courier IA Says state banks which have I bntnuhns must come to rime sumd inter I porate separately from the parent bank with net hiss than 16000 capll or I hey wl1 be closed by Dr Hen L Bra WilliIbranhlJjliWl so report ohuwrl lndr a reci opi Ion from the Alturaey General n State bank cannot have a branch and Ilr Brt- ner is ilng U force thos branch I I banks o ImtorIorate and mukntheirl do tsular reports to ldni as other hanks I have branches have been round I Some ten or a dozen State banks which by Dr Dnmer He round a new anII today A bank In Owensboro I branch at Fordsville No eepor t has- ever j been shade Dr Bruner says to- Ishow I that the OWfniboro bank hat a haBii which is operated under another name than that or the parent bank There are several banks lIke this and Dr Bruner la hearing or others every day he opinion or the Attorney General having brought forth letters from the parert banks regarding what mils ht done Dr Bruner finds that the bran hcs tire being conductfd on the orlglual capital or the lrarent bank It wIll be required In the rl UrH tat sepnrIateyallowed uniess a bank should make n fight In the counts and test tine opin Ion or the Attorney General Dr liruner says he would bo pleased toI have the questlon settled by the bigh- eNt watt lu tae State btt no 11ooii- lie is going to requlll time banks tu do away svlh their branches He I r u going o clove any bank which has been oprrating under what was bpI lievu to bn might or law as the hanlsI were lowinl o have Iranohts was througnt to IJC all right but no net bllIl IIfI CfIII he er ablh tied told all branches now mmt incurpoaie IWlla1t atlety tlom tin parer bank I The West for Taft Somethlllg or a Jolt was given the Sanguine hopes or the ran1ollowillgI by the Cincinnati recent tonal In welch k dlla1ld that Bryan wars toeing ground In the Wet flit Euqulrer Is rrcognizid as a Incper that only speaks editorially on- epol9kanuairswlienitIsthorough I i ascertaincorrespondents keep It In clue touch alai conditions at a distance IIIlIi upon one re1ora received through these and other agencies it bases thuC cOnviction that the Republicans will t holt their own In cit a great WesttIIII SaII whe re the lolcitta or Itoosevrll t have been received with entlmushmtm Tits opiiikn Is In lceeptag wlh Ii views expressed hy the New York Suns special curioslwndent who hub j recently vltPad time chief centers Iii j the Vestuud record the impression or the political drift Ho finds that CQnSlderIl11t who has brought Into national poll ides something or khem eep and progressiveness or Wettorn sentiment Tha Bryan is not blind to these 1 tondlncl8 Is Indicated by the absuluo silence he maintained when faced c v1tlm the Enquirers opinions and I the report that ho Is seriously thinking Of making IlStiCll1nt tttQck upon t- Roosevek whh the hope or destroying his popueraty and so undermining the IIIAtEnquirer is predicting I Republican r Jctory In tlmeW est the Un One of the tnosl ualumOrejll Southern newspapers and Democratic withdraws Its support 1 rroht13rln and declares that thesafe l- tyJand the prosperity or time couitryd Pend upon hte election of Taft In tune wlii ills chorus that dally grows In volume Morse Henry is reported as saying In the oourse or an Interview In New York that the Re publlcans have all the ndvantagtfi In this fight while hto Democrats have Only Bryan It wit Ise remembEred that a few weeks ago In Ono Or his broadside editorials he appealed tO the Deml crt to leave Bryan out or it declaring that leis presoual1 YT was the only factor which could prevtmt the absolute harmony Or time pamty The wind has scarcely begun to blow In the polit9 al storm ns yet but these are straws that indicate the track the cyclone wIll ake when It cornea Louisville Herald Kind Words For Departe Teacher rho following touching tesslaonlalh- tus been received at The Herald or fire on the death or a well known teacher or this county Mr Frank Harnlltin by hs sympathy and kJuduats tJOward usniade hint self very dear to our hearts bath ai a teachEr raid as n friend Now that the death angel has removed hIm from our midst we are deeply grieved and feel a grew loss Mr ilumiltan was a good teacher competent and kind always ready to do aU lie could tu help us under stand the problems and perpicxitte that dally confronted us lit school tfiat we might be better prepared to met time more serious and difficult problems or life when the come In tlfer years He was a strong champ Lon or high Ideals an enthusiastic student Or the right and true a gold type or noble mlllhood We cherish his memory as a worthy Instructor and a true friend HIS FORiIER STUDENTS Shulow n Ky BRADLEY TO FIRE THE FIRST GUN Senator Will ProbablY Open Republican Campaign of Bowling Green It line ben practically decided that senator V 0 Bradley will tire the first gun In the Republican cmapaign n Kentucky says ysterday Louisville herald The Campaign Committee dissolved or a few days yesterday without fix ng time date or th campaign opening or deciding on any additional members of time advisory committees The district chairman hvue been aUttie- Ilow It is understood In recommend ng their selections and hence the ommittee lies not filled the slate Congressman D C Edwards and Chairman R H Winn ltt for their monies last night to rest for a few days prepruatury to some strenuous work next week The district chair 11antowhom was made nn nllll1 for I compact district organization through the State a few days ago have iii- eady begun to answer and time Indl- eations are that a thorough organiza Ion will bo ashy effected aU over he State Just where nUll when the opening of the campaign wtli bo will bo d hled when Wlnn and Edwards re urn to the city ns J W McCuliocli- mud J H Gillam wIll probably re urn about the same time It was vhlspered yesterday that Bowlin Green on September 10 will see the opening Splendid Device for Farmers The Ohio County Supply Company brave a demonsralton or the worleingr If time Internattonal Harvester Manure Spreader at the Fair Grounds lad Saturdoy In the presence or alkmut 200 armers The demonstntL was lu- abarge or Capt John G Keown ass ed by Mesrrs DamhnuSET Price- dd 1Li cliff home office men The demonstraJ dou as given was a sun 055 and showed the lntrteate vrork- ngs Or the machine to perfection Tlit nuaclrlne Is smetblng now in his locnliy and no doubt by seeing workinpas of It lat Stutday there wll- be a large number sold In this com The farmer has only to load he bed with the manure at hn barn tad drive ino his field and by aim sly eonneoug the ehnlns wllb tlhe ap- JlUatus for spreading the team is niven over the terrltQry tea be feniI- zed The maclithe cantnsly be- egusted tb spread muds or lttle- to Any ono place JJ t7r 4J 1 i tno 1 T IBRECIENRIDGE i II c t f I AIR llardinsburg Ky Sept l 2 and 3 C A display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the greatest in the State Something to suit everybody A real Kentucky Fair t MHI BEARD Secretary JIIr BECKHAM TORUN AGAIN t e- r Will Be a Candidate For Gov Three Years from Now Lassing Is in Combination for Senatorial RaceEach District I Has a New Ticket It Is aeeerted on creditable aithor iv that former Gov J C W Heckhun will mak ne rocufwr Governor ia the campaign threo ytnrr henc 110 is now laying hit plans And will build his campaign from the remnants or ins old mMtoine Vih hi nto hopes oi ride Into the nomtu due of the JmJ ratio jiwy wlh ton Hc nly 11 tat H will save uunf u uat- AIEaladt seta ntktrm iu Uj comblnxlicn h is said 1 John M J nrtng Judga of ihi Com of 111- II4UIs fmm tau 31xiO mct who w M Btok Iho place of United Staes S nai tor Gov Ikokhnm said that while for tM tarns using bewail out of iolii clw he would nevertifl B trump cer tutu ftuiont of tiw fntu tats yuar for rtio Bryan cnuie end would do all In his power o Moist in enrrylng the State for the nalond Ukn He wild he had nevi seen hu Democratic sit union look litvir tan It dots u jirmow not oniy in Int Surt1 but ttUo ia Ib mon mid tlukt tie fete tna Ilryon would win The former aoverncr wait a Ito Swdbnek at vbt rime ho Uenworwij Campaign OoimnKui war holding In mUIIg Dater ilemoaratlu Gu1r tuu rt 31- 1m eJtlg ifiKuifetl tr sly A rtcvu nr ticle wfckb appeared Inntl Fmnk tort News tu whkU 1 was announced I that Charter F Graingw would hlJH choke of riie pary 11JIIajl1i in hn cy of 1uhvl4 iittyor In if ItuprvtufatelH I Hubert Yreelnml ho owner uud I of ho Frankfort New 1l riubihhtr pf John W Vwlaod of Its Is a fmmwru chief The IIare1 whole name fcnro IMgn uwd freely iu tonnec ion whit the m inibaiUon for Moior and in the SWH hr i I probably a half dozen ninn why rare betag urged 10 maku her candidacy for shit Gubernaoriftl nominal ion J t Ifbormngi1 atiUt 01ie M JanitwbiK friends ofas who sum to know the true Ii e of nffnlri say thnt ho will not 0 iics Ir the noinlniition under any con r UiiUii Kiore may be a reason for l ihm for h th raid hut James has i Ills eyes upon ho place of Un1lcr 8nvea Smiwior and will more Jikaly niaku a Krong fight fur t Tho Fourth dltTldC ill rongy Intfavor of oho cmndlary of1 iinton rurtl t r Governor and ho filnds of neckham say that 10 vl Skt au jwiuimilnn and will r av o alo K whether ho Kane I ii nc r Tio friends of James TbORIY that r n he will not enter the race are in hopes f that Thomas J Nunn Judge of Je Court of Appeals from vtie First district njll make his candidacy known In the race for United Sraies Senator tthe names of James IHckhnm i Pay rater and Lasslng are those most prominent Coupled with the Gublfna torial candidacy every Democrat has a new combinaVtin of men o propose j LeiLasingGovernor Some think it should Beckham for Senator and Johnson lI Governor and others toy it will Johnson for Governor and James for tho S4mateiBetween now and the time of vhe t aee however which is three years truant thisfall all of Less cpmbina revs may disappear and new ones bf formed The senatorial tuctt will come off about the same same STORY OF THE MISSION OF A TINY FISH To Destroy Mosquito Eggs and Save Inhabitants of Ma lanai RegionsI IKOerllod IInalllijwhich fetds on the lures of vho mos quf o- Sonic specimens havo been akcn lo England successfully flour ling In the insect house ni iho Zoologcal CJurtkiis Mr Gibbons Lax proposed tau jfflo millloiiH be Imported lomalarial districts and his sugg ti n has been acted upon vlh happy re nKi Tho Health llwiid of Agua inotltr island L tng cuuvincfd uf the useful part played Ly bece L h in consuming mosquKo lurvae has nr ranged for their bys tnac dUrbu ion hroughoirt the paadsand vtreams it liLikns Caaysoii ignment of the fh was sent not ong ago The stcre nry of he Agri nihural SocleUy hero writes that the y tanks in n cerstiin sdt 1 aro full of thei lUll that he has been informed thatisera has boon a marked it favor round above shy millions vldMiuly accounting for life mosuqKo hIt flay have also bran sent to JoUn and British Gill 1111 It Istluggfctrd hat hlte IIIirlttcs which carry rile icrrible dis ate wniih arucjiidtruic there pats the + irvii utugu of their uulllce in wat r bThetacovcred another small fish named i bierry dr which feeds on mo iulo larvae At the request of tim Italian Government tome arc lo be son o the Campagna where so much aa been done in rceent years to di iuiteh malaria CE ATORXAsears the1I Kird You HtPo A gttg- natun 1of i j 1 LONG DELAY INI NEW CAPITOL Cannot Be Finished Before I Next Spring Power House Will Require Six I MonthsNo Plans Now For The Dedication Instead of occupying hi mew oapltoi In Soiienibtir is now praivichily jjei tutu hut ho new building will no be used lilt tl next sprang and posit bly no umfl summer when here Is no need for fire t wil be j Iras six mouths befoio the posse phut and hwiMng apjmrafus Is in fea cd and urnll tho heir ing plan is ready for use the bulug Mttu J bar occupied Ground bee no jv teen broken for chi jtowtr plan and I ivM rmulro 120 working days to complie fits plant Tats is four nioirhi no intduding Sundays cr nolldaw JIM xilun n rains work wiil urtIngit means iiat the powtr pai wCl not be vomplctd in lure than six inoWhs fliiti wottid cftrow vhe cdm iltljn of ho phint Iii o February and seen then many ihings will JI nef Mrary before ha huiding lUll bl tttetlWe dehiycd ioo long ihas is a1- there is to It tttid Frank P Jain s 1me Author and a munbir of he Jnphol Commiirion Ve siioald brave IK ills ccnimct for viie power plant as soon IUJMHJ LvgVuuiv ad lourrd lata wlner If see had earl J hu wt ntlgbe tibIA io gA Inlol the building Ws Kill bar uv vl bw lucky now if wu gt1 nmtSy tjf use by ntx spring Mr Jsiisus and Cap Fd1tray Sou e Trcasiiivr nay a rautilj r of the Catnmluion were ntk d 1f hfy nt inkfji up t he pluae lor viu ttIon of the huildliigl 11Ittris vhe use of lking about ledfcaifcn now when wu can no- dtdtcae fie building for nearly a ear thcy rephtd TSie btvltl ig an not bo used untt hi power pan ready fryy u111 bn coid and wit would have no way to hfv ho build ng Then hty have to dig a uin uui and itf the witvJu r is bad as rf ill be wJHdttoy tor work so Lha 1 will be in February b fore fte iowcr jrfaWv Is complutd f I ha j- Inlahd at Atfi Ime Frankfoj1 jeoplo ant miuli Jlaop olntcd that lit liaiuhcmie n v eapi 7 JAW no o be UE 1hls wi iri Ii was exptccd that Mie building svoul e finished within the peat few reeks and would be occupied by the lira of November Now the an- uuuaamen is made that ho commis sion does trot hope to have the buiid jig ready for use before spring Frankfort is sorry Tlie andI Capitol Commission is trying Us regrosIj For Sae i We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R It Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and hardest supply of freestone water 75 acres at Davidson Siatloiron the Owenboro branch of chi L C R R CO acres fine buttoin laud will grow f4 or SO bushels corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Cre k- Dwell1lJJ story and half eisjt rooms new located South side Cluy sreet Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT d SMITH Agents ANKLES ENTWINEDBY Butler County Woman Saves Herself oy Dropping Skirt On Reptile Yowling Green Ky Aug 13IIJFroizer Lawwu of Rowh Jier Bitiel couiry had a harrowing expanenw wnlie ga iitring vegeablis Hi her gar den A venomous copperhead siiuku Il wlntd Vself around her tttiklts and srikng a her Sue was afraid to run md her scrfcanvs taHtlo x tract te ii enion of any one Fiuilly she ceirceived vhe idea of losiulng her slur which the cU sail in ls tai I eucomparfctd she head of the repile and enabled her vo sruggle loose from iei oiioj cells A two us su was llbtiuvedi she ran vo htr uome where eau ewoontd- Sir1 Lawson is a sisurln iw of Alex R Lawson a pronnnen1 merchani of owllIIg Green Stricken With Pat alysis Cdp W IL Sandusky was s rick en wli h paralysis on lat Saurdny his hotel at Horse Branch Hip rg Ide was afflI bu K prMcii 6 gdLg ulong nicely Lys San dusky lilIES Geneva and numerous friends are wlh him The Cap L 2 xuii of age bux fiats been tuilo hud hearty up m loicweek Ho Is one of Kend tucky Id number lus friends by h thousatidrtf ififl A Nautical Cat i Ai Wroxham Kr nd near Norwich lure s an old ltitr wivse ca has fr i Kftilly copied vy of hff l iland100 feet wide X vtr i is suh cleerswimner ti 1 performs 1 = teat without wetting its back I 1sl a cunning creature oo for 1t Is sure of a catch which Is more than can al ways be said of Is mater etcher by IrUuilf cr emu q hiT person For i s has several choice If tsh ire shy the marFhts swarm w h if sand moles This clearly shows lays Lit tie Folks that fame cais will take to watr as easily as dogs 04811024jBun BiplittttB va+ i iIffi rucKYiBIGGEST Snow I I SEPT 141516118191908 S25OOOWEBER SIDBSI10WSPHere is the place to display your live stock and farm products = to meet your friends i 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 addressJ THE DIPREHCE LargelyII I pingShorthandbusiness concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend BUSINESS COLLEGECVANSVILLE JIID A Modem School where business is taught asit is practiced in the best teachersSixtyi andGIVINGk BOHT DZLYIWETITIl1AY l I t- Ti fllGl GRRDF LERClllSC1YO11L0 TIIiqrOF THE COMMPRCIFL BRRNC1YES INCIUDNd TAuhr REAU11 SD1YTAi06UES EtaWRITEEIN 0- r I 1 1 PICTURESQUE FORDSVILLE Settled by Elislia Ford in I Year 1834 Tobacco Factories Grist Mills Carding Mlil Sawmill TWo LverySiables etc We reproduct Irorn ho Owrnitoun Inquirer with geuutnupKasuru ne fu1 lowing 111fH1iIg uiy of um uctighboringo iLf FCirt11 FfjrhOl Ytuu ilt1 havlg seen Fortvf uud kuuwtng fhwl It 1111 nova cuuny u Imrrl the own to be n mere lld village Is Jf they only would vt he ThCIj city n pleasant surpta e In s or T1p town Is scaJ fed over todl J1 11I- gerenot about a unqe nrle while the residenco protiona ure mIdI terspersed with large vttcaut lots even fields the principal houses eXCel those businessI the depot are arranged or near the wwns main strett I FordsvUle Is very picturesquely sl uated and n short walk about the streets brings one to many polna from which cm bo had views ot nearby high polaled Coresl lad hills open valleys with small Iear streams not like muddy sluggsh creeks ot the rIch river bottom lands ot Davies countyover all blows a breeze free from smoke and lowland dampness and singularly lllvlgamting to the denizen ot a crowdtd city In the Ohio river vallyeespeially In thtJ mornJlg about sqlllIe- FordsvUle Is situated In the north western partt of OhiO county nbou eight miles from theDavless county line It Is 25 miles from Owensboro and 20mUlS from Hartford the coun ty seat It Is easy ot access for be set Is having as many roads and as good roads liS Is usual for a town ot Its size It has unusually good rail road service being on the Illinois Central from Owensboro to Horse Brands and on n spur of the Hender son Route run over from Irvington And the railroads did not build to this town blindly for Fordsvllle Imports and exports a good deal From the surrounding hulls great quanlties ot lumber have been cut and shipped although most ot the valuable timber Is now removed the farmers to Lhe writer Is In9rlI1ed from an 1nte11i gent Source are now giving their at tention not so mucH to lumbering but to the Improvement ot their farms and this improvement Is coming to be so general that the tae df the coun try for miles Is assuming n more pleasant and cultured appearance From Fordsville too are shipped large quanUthsot cattle and an unusually large aGmount or poultry and eggs Neither is the town to be negeced a a tobacco center for the tobacco here abouts Is considerable in qunnHt and good In quality An asset to the town that mutt not be omitted Is its cheap coal supply Abundatce ot this indispensable article is found In the nearby hills and only occasionally when the Toads become toO bad for heavy hauling are the railroads call ed upon to bring In any from n grew Jr Ltance In 1834 EllEha Ford came to this place from Shelby county It is now a town of 800 or 900 Inhabkmt uar- ly all white and bids fair to prosper so ns to perpetuate the name ot hard In a creditable it not Ina n glorIous manner For the town is growing A traveling selesman sometlmo ago asked one ot the town melzhant- sho1 many stores there were in town He replied that he htought about six I Then Let us see said he well count then And naming them all were 13 There are moreover three banks i2hrco tobacco factories going to be three rairoads two grist mUlE a carding machine sawmill two Ilv- ETY stables and l tine poultry house Tlesides all this the town has more concrete sidewalks than the county seat and Is constanly laying more Regarding the number ot the towns pretty grls Fordsvlle is pertJy satisfied AU the men say that their J towns contains more really pretty girls thanany other town or fts size In the United states Perhaps the salub- rielus an above referred to and the influenceaf mysla ot whIch the town r Is full omblno to bring about lhfs soul sat4sfying result For ForrfSHe ifs n musical town It has four good irnnusic teachers and an amateur brass band and it is said that In nearly every home there Is II piano the few being without one supplying its place with nn organ It goes without saying that Fords vtlio is a dry town Oil que afire of thostores autpiclous or euCurng- Ing signs tiS the ctlsom1Y be appear but the thirsty and curious learn upon lnvestigaing that they snnd for dry goods not Wotirgoods Tb help keep Its people oti UIe llry path and ou6- of thq slough oC despond Fordsvillo has hurhe one tl school niitd tovcnrmaiehahfThe + thptist I rIf Frif UoYou Open Your MOuth 1 Llko a young bird and gulp down waet ever foOd or mectfchlQ may ooalTcred rOil Or do ypau nut to know somethingof thee composition ahdcllllrllctcr of that which you take Ino your xtomach whether as food or medicine Most IntfUlgruL and sensible people notadays insist Oil knowing what they employ whether as food or us medicine I Drllerc believes they have a perfect I rlghttofnsfdu onlulhllnowledI So he publishes dCJst and oh each bottle xr r wha I s Ines are made of fcrlIt S t 0 which his medicines are made are studio au une erstocw LIU more w e r superior curs to v rtuc- bfi or the cure of womans peculiar weak deranllementiache dragglnlduWI pain or distress In r lower abdominal or pelvic region accom panted ofttimee with a dthllltatlng- I pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symp- tomsi of weakness Dr llorcot Javnrlto- remedyItperiods In giving strength to musing mothers and In pwintring the sysietn of eemingtbusparatively painless The Favorite Proscription isamost potent strengtbeting tonic to the general system unI to the partieuisrItnervlne and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or bt dance ana other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon flUctional and organic diseases of tho distinctly feminine A host of medical authorities orranttthe several schools of practice recommend each of the several ingredient of which Favorite PrescrIption Is made for the cure of tho diseases for which It is claimed to be a cure You may read what thysay for VOllrelJ by sending a postal card request a free booklet or extracts from the leading authorities to Dr R V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical institute Buffalo N Y and It come to you by return post church under the pastorship of Rev Otto Whtttinon has a large and nourishing congregation The Metho dst church Is at present under the care of Rev and the Christian church it now and line been for sometime past wlhout n pastor The own Is yot without a water or light system but the question of In stalling both has been agitated and probably when the laying ot concrete walks Is completed and that expense cancelled the proposttiou for light and water Sytil nUl will meet with favorable considrafon Owlugl- to Ls favorable sllualon Fordsvl1luI 111wd1abetween merchants keeps prices low and it while competing In prises they would get together and advertise their town In modern enargrtic ways and so kelp nt home nil immense mall order business that goes away there Is hale doubt that heir business would Increase and the own would grow still taster It Is the wish of tone progressive citizens that coupe manufacturing enterprlses may be sarted they beieving that owing u the abundant supply ci chtup pri a and cheap labor such an ent11rlso could be made a suCcess Cd1 OftIAear- stU T e Kind Yea Hare ilslta Bona SJ1Iturc lIc 6REEN RIVER LOCKS TO UNDER60 IMPROVEMENT Capt Burgess Plans for Steel Locks at two Green River Points Bids Rill be asked In n few days for rho construction ot two new Coveimment locks on Green Rlv namely Lock No u IJt Spots cllle and Lock No 4 at Woodbury The new locks will be- bf dteel and will repace the old wood makeet9ts wh4eh are worn out The con rurID ot these two locks Is part ot a scheme for the improve men of the Green and Barren rivers including the replacing gradually otI all the od wood locks with steel sruc tunes which last about three times as long The old guide walks wttl be re placed by coreee walks also file latter bang prnl1cally tndestruClible Th improvement will depend largely how ever on the nppropllallons made for the purpose wtch may be so small tha I will be ntersary to go slow Plans for che two locks are now be inhg drawn by Call Burgess Uattd States Engineer and will be compid ed In tome Ja send out circulars for the lads in acvordancd with hoeusu- al cuss om for thia work soma time this monthLoutsvllle Herald A A Grand family Meulcine lit gives me pleasure to speak n good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and fiver complications while for lame back and weak kidneyQ It cannot be too highly recouftaendedu Electrio Dieters regulate the dlgestivo functions purity tho blood and Impart renewed vigor and vltiillly tatheweatanct debilltate- of lint sexes Sold under guarante- eatnlbdrugglst j OC j mm- r J 1A Ii l IEX60V TAYLOR MAY RETURN And Stand Trial After Next- i Election I Judge Stout win Probely Decline To Sit and Special Jupge wm Preside iIt is announced today says cast Fri days LoulsvtHe Past rat the au nor ty ot II close friend of former Gov1 ernor W S Taylor that Mr Taylor Inllanajpallsplicity in the GOtbll murder case fm- medhtteiy nfft the ovtmber elec tfon It Is also conHlIcred probable that the cafe upon change of venue will be transferred to Louisville Mr Taylor has always stated his willingness wo return to Kentucky and stand trial provdied that he could secure a fair trIal and would bo granted I ball During his canvass for Govern or Mr A E Willson tatted rhoat Mr I Taylor would certainly return to Kentucky for trial it he was elected butt that Mr Taylor would be gyven a fair trial Information from Frankfort is that Gov Wlilson has deiided nut to bring thlsmatter up pending the campaign u this matter up pending the campaign lIe Is determined not to make the Goe bel cases n polldcal issue and will take no steps until the election Is over ImmedIately after the ekcion however he will notary Mr Taylor that the time bac aml for hlmto be tried and dispose h one way of uLh er ot the charge agaIn him Mr Taylor has Indlllttd to friends his entire willingness tu return stnort- ly after the elecion as lie too detlres to keep his case out ut politics The atuornls ot Mr Tnlcr will a once ask bal and n change of venue They have not indicated where hey want the case sent although some strong friends of Mr Tuyor have inndicated doneITnecalled in neutral ground and it 1SpJtl- cd out that Loulsvlle Is probaby more free from preiudko In this caSt bait any tether part ot the slate As soon us Mr Taylor returns the CUte will bo called In Frankton before dlOClln1edto itt on thto grounds tha he had oratee acted as an attorney far tthe proIon in one of these cases It is con sidered scram therefore that Judge Stout will retire and Gov Willson will appoint one ot the foremost attorneys In Kentucky to sit Ja theroul- t 4s certain that Coy Willson will f not pardon Mr Taylor without a trial and thE friends of Mrf lylor say that ho or y wants n fair trial and 00 settle Ui case In court Therefore Mr Taylor will return for trial eltherlale lit November or tllIyI- II December and as EIturd there are strong chances that the sate Nil bc trIed In Louisville wJ1t a special Judge appointed by Cow Wmton pre siding The Best Evor Sold I doctoring 15 years for chronic IAfter and spending over two dollars nothing has done me 1 as much good as Dr KIngs tew Lire I Pills Ioonsidee them the best pills ever sold writes IJ P Ayscue ot- Ingleslde N C Sold under guarant- to eat all druggists 25c n- rDRID6E AT LIVERMORE HAS BEEN CLOSED L rt le Having A Bridge Put Over Green River The otd railroad bridge wbbh spans Green river at Livermore is being ra- way and a new one bult snits tme The old bridge has been condemucd for several years The company Lupo to have a new bridge constructed by the first ot October A large tone of men Is nt work on the consiructton- of the new bridge andthe teartlag away ot t he old one An he bcaa wvtioi- tnavlgate Green river as far up as Livermore are forced to transfer their passengers and freIght at thud point to another boat The DowHng Green and Evansville Pncllt company have placed one ot their boas above the brIdge and one below and they make connectional at pttt place so os no to cause to much Inconyenltnco to the passengers It one ot the boats reach es Livermore before the other It has to waitt unithet other bo31eaohes- ttha por A great deal ot the oM brld has been torn awl rbut thenow is be that port A great deal of the old bridgo has been 1I000ifLYI but theaevr is piputsup sJ astras1thet old tmo r v 1 being removed Tlo rains dO not ho toI Tanfe1 iuir passengers and otjauto her nt a cry t111 ly dwe and When IIty do begin to rausfu ho frelglrt several Lnrges and boa s will bo employedby tbe railroad comllny to transpor the passengers and fretght TIlt now bridgewill be much larger snd than he old one and anirunnngover the road after the new bridge i + contploe This was the obstacle to heavy engines for ytttrs ashot raffle has been gtJvlng each year and It would have been more prohalJle for the tornpanyo llutIh large engines all the road There are several rtestle and brIdges on the line hut all oftem- are in excellent coma lon except the one which Is being tort down at Liver mon rho railroad company hits had for seventl years some three or four mon employed on bat bridge JJU wiueu this ono Is compl e tl1l111 only have to enlllo two nten all they can operate tile bridgo and alto the wa- cr pump salon 1 tint place anti instead of hating the b ge keepers house built on he bridge it stra IIIter or the river the new 011 w II bn built all t hit tiler hanks over hr nwI- lIIlIIjI house which is to bl OIC1HI A REMARKABLE YET TRUE SNAKE STORY SlxtyEIght Big Rattlers Killed inI I An Old Boiler ByITwo Men- The best properly nu hentlcatde- raslesnake story ot the season to date come from Tarklll tlrl Henry Hess and Edward Kennemuthl of Fern City on Monday rattlers The men hind recently purchased the Denuwrelease and on Mbn j day commenced to move an old boiler that had stood ou all winter As soon as lIter had It in motion snakes commenced to appear from the fire box from the flues and from under nlllth The men were taken by surprls but were used o snakes and lost little time In securing clllbs and attacking th reelaies Sonic gue away but they kllul five dozen and sigh If any ono has any ambition to pose as a snake caeher or killer he is assured that there are still some left In the neighborhood Tarkill md CagIer Run dlsrlcts whIch are nos tar apar Imo for tImeI ot mind been noted for the large ber of rattlesnakes that infest lucid hretlhan 60 ycarsago one John Mc Ceool whoso home was on East Sandy Creek that district made considerable revenue In killing these snakes I and frying out their oil which be sold i for fancy place U lis nrgitLors as I panacea for sprains tsud aJtes HIs methods were simple bu decidedly lf nearheand shoat the heads off hie reptiles Ifthecountry when burning charcoal for the smelting furnaces was an industry the snakes were so many that the woodemenaml charcoal burners took I a day and Indulged In n snake i hunt fben Were mere ln 100 nttiengaged andhey blartd rocks nndI klllcd snakes the day through hTe number of violas were never i counted but they were so many ha t most ot the men became s f k from t glVf111ortglld bodIes which were thrown 1110 at Vie as they were slaughered There were hundreds or glue reptiles killed but enough were left alive to keep up he rae and t4ctr deneI ntsaresuli na cause of wholuoma fear and ronsldcrI- lble alarm o those who pick itl that section To mos people lw tsrm = ken den means sumo sot uf a Cal1l1Uj in which the snakes great colonlsct HUll the term as used l In the oil country snake belt UlllnS a ledge or roc k cove lng avres ot i ground The snakes come from these retreats to sun themselves on top ot the rocks or to lie in neighborIng paths or roadways or to lturi food In underbrush and berry Ulck6 The lar ger the clocks the moro sakes nhey generally harbor Although ninny at- tengris have been made by entire neighborhood to wipe out such dens by blasting the rocks find ehsrolnglX- lhelT btablttlons the ettor sJmo never been brilliantly successful The Wolf den on tho eeInco of the lato E E Clapp In President and Pinegrore Townships and the rocky section ot country adjacent to old Plhole as well 11S 11e oountry along Porkey and Cogleyu Runs bavn peon Infested wsltit snakes so long back as thu memory ot the oldest Jnllt1bltnnt runs and all sec tioas have been ntlrtued bY organized posses ofsndkejhunters gathered from their nelghborhoods but time Iud att- ruckshave resulted In vey litho de creaseinltho number ot Itho dangerous dtenlzetls Oil Otty Penu Pg1 i- ckik i I t M 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bm1an4 40 OUCh a1rer2fiFRIDAY AUGUST 21 1r REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prelsdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT pf Ohio i For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE of La Rue County We still maintain that any attempt to Inject church relationship into the Presidential campaign will recoil upon the heads of thos guilty Political contei s thouM be won up on the merit of the candidate and his principles and no on he demur its of the other fellow and Ills doctrine It has been discovered by Auditor booklree1tiIng istrations in eight yours deprived uhe public schools in Kentucky of 610 000 This will no doubt cause some of our hard corked school teachers to rI joice that a change was made at Frank fort The Hartford Herald recently asked How do folks like the change For an answer the Heralds I to the school teachers of Oblo countjgattSIhae KentuCkfbas 1highpapr and magazine articles Last week the city of Springfield Illino f gave an exhibition to the world of brutal i mob spirit which for its wanton cruelty has never been equaled inj Kentucky Qr any other Southern Stato The shame for the citizens of Illinois is all the greater bwautv the has toi long posed in the holler than thou classIResponding to caraiduo Bryans thrutt at him because he urged busl i nets men to vote against the commoner J W Vancleaver hands it to him ns detlnItlonIna work which is useful to wel a business man every man who conI tributes by brain or muscle to the na tions wealth or lo the nations prog ress Is a business man and that everyman who Is engaged In any honorable or hiipful work is also a business man Mr Vancleave rejoins Let mo tell Sir Bryan lat I have everyone of those nun lu mid when point ing out the reafon why I believe all of them should vote against him RELIGION POLITICS fibers has been a dlsposilon in some quarters to make capital In the pre sidential contort out of the church rev lations of one of the candidates It is said that Sir Taft belongs to the Unitarian faith and this has been made the excuse for a tirade of abuse against him by Rev Morrison editor of the Penticostal Herald and a member of the Methodist church South The Herald as we is not an organ of the underftandI voted o sanalHIatlon of blessing variety All churches are more or less Intolerant but we believe they are less HO than one hundred years ago We believe there Is less of the me and my wife my ton John and his wI lass than formerly Only the el ant or those who do not have cause of chrlstlanty at heart will now attempt lo send a soul to hell because theyImaytold of the first fruits of true chrlsj tlanlty Charity John Wesley suelnarrowthis grew church would rct be in existence today Here is what ho once longIuUerlng ray lit my tool be with thei 60ul of I William Edmonton JOHN WESLEY WIl1IhmIcy was broad and liberal In his judg ments of men and an almost latltu dlnarlan in Christian charity If alive today ho would s never make thp mistake of Rev Morrison in condemnlg a great Statesman In his race for the Presidency because ho happened to be long to a different church and did not believe as ho did He was liberal en ough to say ho would trust his soul With that of William BJmoiifcon who happened to be a UnJ nrlfui lad jjls because he believed In the man in his honesty his logegPntlereysaltliY I c lenterfsg rats tika YThat 1f I bs ass ioneitly tnliJtaken God was id not Condemn him Our Waders jean disc Uielr own dlstlncUpnltJetween this 1 lofty cnrteUnn j udgment Mind tal of thTnarrow beings who think everybody on the high road to hell who does not subscribe to their particular creed or who seeks to use the creed of one to gain a selfish or political advantage J Constructive and Destructive The Republican party promises sire vision ofbe Tariff revision upward I as well as revision downward That is a constructive policy The Democratic party promlVnes are duction of the Tariff toward a reve nue basis Tiat 1s a destrucJve po licy In1dlspenlwages and a high standard of living and as insuring a reasonable profit alike to wage payers and wage earner The other party disregards the interests of wage payers and wage earners and by promising immediate Frev Trade ita all imports competing with trustmade articles promises Immediate FreeTrade in practically all competing articles Never was the Issue more sharply defined than now Protection versus Free Trade How Not to Have Prosperity The way to not have pros perlty In to let other nations do all your manufacturing for you England would gladly have made shoes for us all our exlstencelf we had but invited her She would have bought hides from us at the lowest prle and made them Into shoes She would have lived partly from UK profit of making the shoes Ilu what of that We would have gotten he cheap shoes wuoldnt we It is rather remarkable that the shoemakers of Mas sachusetts never got so much light on the Tariff until their business was developed so far by American invention thatAmerlean affected by the the Tariff The Ta rllf on hides leather thread ma chinery coal and building material Increase ifco cost of making shoes in this country on the average 10 tents a pair Of course the manufacturers d not pay all this Tariff We get back ntneteatlis of It from the wearers of shoes In tidier words the consu mers pay the tax One would suppose that MrDouglas Interest would cease when he had learned that the consumer pays the tax but it remains active because Mr Douglas claims the Tar iff affects his export business by mak ing American shoes 10 cents dearer than they need to be This Is not a very convincing showing for the shoe business it is doubtful whether the consumer would ask that bideIling of 10 cents on his shoes which he would never gi it being absorbed In the fade Minneapolis Journal i SALEM Aug itHev P W Karls failed to tilt his regular appointment at Cane Run Saturday and Sunday Mr Andmon Martin of Olaton is visiting his daughttr Mrs Ola W 4 sonMr A L Stogner and family visIt- ied MT Ertil Raley Sunday Darn to the wife of Mr J N Myers a fine boy the 13 Mrs Maggie Camp and children vltled htr bro her Ilnw Mr Lonirlc WhiteMr Arthur Haley and family risked Mr and Mrs J N Myers Sunday Mr and Mrs John Camp visited her mother Mrs Salllo Camp Sunday Miss Laura Keith who had been sick for some Imo dlcd at her home Saturday August 8 Mr Edt Jamison who has been visit Ing in this neighborhood for sonic time returned to hu home last Satur dayMrs Sallie White who had been for Eome time died nt her home sicI Thursday morning She leaves children and many tpItndsIMiss Verna a poslIon In J O Wilsons DUNDEE oreI Aug 17Sunday school at this place h progressing nicely Mr and Mrs Nehon Cole and Pearl Sevens were the SUNS of Mr COes brother Mr W11he Cole and family SundayMiss Stella Thomas who has been visiting Miss Leta Ragland for the past week returned home Monday Mr Felix Brown and Au her Stone spent the day wlih Mr Ols Stevens Sunday The adl s of this community are very busy drying and canning fruit iMr Weller who has been ill with flux for he past month is out againI Mr Byron Wedding and family were the guests of his cousin Mr Roe Harrfcon and family Saturday and Sunday 1 Mr j H C Cummings was bitten by a copperhead snake Tuesday af noon while working In his tobacco 4Ct w IIfID I SHOT IND ACCIDENT J TO ASMALl CHILD Four Year Old Son of Ute Clell Smith Fails Into Open Well A four year old son of the wtfdow of deli Smith was the Vtftlm of a serious and moss remarkable uccdva last Tuesday at fce home near Taffy A well is being dug In the yard near the house J had reached n depTh of 23 feet The workmen had let open and a large chain with ahoak on the lower end which was ustdix attach the box for lifting the rock and dirt was banging in th weel about 10 feet down While playing ueuFCue well the child fell in but inttead of going the full distance and to almost certain death IU some mya riou6 manner the fleshy par of iiie lower right leg caught on the chain hook stripping the calf of the leg from tile bone but holding the child suspendtd In the well until Its cries brought assis tance Drs Pendkton and Riley were called and administered co the Sittl fellow who was horribly injured T required twenty one stitches toy close the torn flesh The child will live un less complicit fors occur- BUFORD Aug 18Ydss Willie Recd Benon of Utica vltired 3At s Lela Megan fait week Mr I V Taylor and family visited his father Mr Pate Taylor at ReyI colds S urday and Sunday Miss Lola Bell Allen of Anderson i vllle visited Miss BeW Holbicoks last i week Mr Sam RIcheson and wife who have been vititlng relatives here returned to their home at Moaleyvllle i SundaIEdith Conley and little brother Robert vltJid relatives at Beech Grove from Friday till Sunday Mr Charley Trim of Oweusboro vUied Bernie Blair from Saturday unI till Monday I Mr Se h Riley Mr Noble Hudson and wife and several others attended the burial of Mrs Ccuste HiPlyard at Harford Friday Our ichool taught by Mr John PC ty of FordsvlHe commenced Monday wiii 20 pupils el1JulledIllr Charley Greenville are vtjjng Mr J D Holbrook and family this week t Mr Everett Ellis of HartforaattenO ed Sunday school here Sunday VYSOX Aug 1Crops are looking nicely s nce the tine raw Mr Shelby Nelson and Mr Rude Davenport are hauling timber to build him a new bsrn Mr W P Bennat Is having hint a well dug- Misses Ula and Limmie Dunn spent Tuesday nigh with lir Pearl Davenport Mr Ronda Wade and Miss Maymee Taylor spent from Tuesday unll Saturday with Mr and Mrs Jim Wilson Mrs R V Davenport is on the sick listIMhs Blanche Brown Is visiting MUs Pearl Davenport at this wit lugMrs Sabra Nelson visited her maih erf rom Tuesday until Wednesday Mies Pearl Davenport attended the picnic at Alrdrle Saturday Mr Pallas Davenport and Mr Shelby Nelson went to Rackporc Saturday Miss Altha Adkins who has been vieUlng her sister for the past week returned home Sunday The protracred nieeing Is getting along slow at Taylortown Miss Blanche Brown got snake bit last Friday h In Memory Of Augusta little daughter of Gar fleldand Effle Rowewho died August 5 1908 age 9 months Augusta was an uncommon bright child and their only one Looks hard for them to give her up but all was done that skill could do but every thing was In vain Death came and took it and thus tore their darling from their hearts ceep not dear parents God knows best Only prepare ito meet her in that home above A relative V L F FAIR VIEW Aug 19We are having some warm weather here now Mr Rosoce Acton fs on the sick Us this week Mr Sue Trogden of Owensborovis ked his seer Mrs J D Myers Sat urdayand Sunday K Mrs Ola Wlicn cive an entortttln inent Saturday nlgtit In honor off her nephew Mr EDantel of Waxahacnle enceajplsilt hm We are some I flIrs 1- or t Bryant near Hoaan Saturday Iero Sunday J It Wilson said son Elton Brachii Mtecfa Lyda ct Hor and CUmmle C irsnn of Salem at- tendedj the party given K Mr Laten I Rllsrlrts Saturday ngh Mr Ells MUchell and family of Dundee spent Sunday wih hfs ste terMirs Alex Bassel I r Weedman who get Wlck ed by a base is slowly improving i Mrs Sack White departed fhta life j Aug 13 She was a true member of the MeChodlst church and was loved by all win knew her She leaves four children two daughters and two I sons Her children are married ex cept one Weep not dear children for mother Is not dead but sleep eth Let us all be prepared to met- her In the bright land above ROSINE Aug 19 Several from this place atended the show ut Horse Branch Tuesday Rev Oldham begin a protracted meeting at Fairview Wednesday The Infant child of Wills Peach died Friday and was burled fit the Roalne burying ground Saturday i Miss Myrtle Brown attended Sim day Schcol at Falrvlew last Sunday Mr Logan Wilson of Olaron visit ed his sister Mrs Annie Brown list Friday night Mrs Virgil Stewart and little grand daughter Ethel visited Mss Stew arts daugbteie Mrs Minnie and Lold Ragland Saturday night tndBun day Dorn to the wife of JohunSe Myers a ten pound boy Johnnie is all smilesMrs Annie Ezell I vlslled Artie Hines WedncsdaIMrs Btckle Tom Hines and family Wednesday Artie Hlnes and children visited her steter Mrs Anule Brown and fam ily Sunday GOOD RULES The Ballard county Democrast met recently and called a primary elec tion for County officers The promaiy Is a Iktle premature we hank but wo hearttiy approve the following rules wtiJh titre adoptid In IJlIU govern coutttt j Before any Democrat may become candidate to be voted for u the pri mary he must take ooh bat ho will not dlrtotly or Indirectly In person or through a friend give loan or prom lEe money property spiricuovs viiious or mal liquor soft drinks cigars deputyihlps or anything of value for the purpose of promising or Influenc ing his nomination 4Any one violating the oath shall be Ignored In he primary and his vote will not coun Any votr receiving any such reward will bo deprived of the right vO voe The resolu Ion concludes No candidate shall be permitted to hire t ny Arson to work for Mm or hire con veyances of any kind co carry vders to the polls or to pay for metals or necetsanwi or luxuries of nay kind or to pay a vote for loss of time Sunday School Resolutions Whereas The Supreme Ruler of the Universe has removed from amon us a beloved friend and former member of the Hartford Christian Sunday School Mrs Caste HUliard nee RI- ley be It- nesp1ed That she was a true and faithful member of our school That her deah has brought a sadness which time alone can erase I That the school has lcrta true InIrtuenceThat we tender our sincere sympathy to the bereaved husband father and mother brothers and steere and bid them be consoled with the heavenly assurance that we stall all meet again whore sorrow and pain never come but where all Is eternal happlnes That theee resolutnions he spread j upon the record of our Sundry School and that a curry of same be furnliihed the bereaved family also that it be published in both our county papers LOUISE BEASLEY DAISY WEDDING VV H MOORE Notice A meeting of the Republican Exe cutive Committee of Ohio County Kentucky is called to meet in the Court House at Hartford Kentucky on Saturday August 22 1908 at 10 oclock a IiI for the purpose of filling the va cancles of the committeemen and recommending election Officers lor the l variuus precincts for the Novembers election 1908 and also to consider tine time and manner of nominating can didates for County Officers to be voted for at the November election 1909 and transact other business that may come before said met Lig Each member of the comm ee is earnestly reqtiUfd to ht prtserv in person audllH Candida ttI and prwj pectlve candidates for county offices are respectfully n k dtOCo tend said toeing I M S RAGLAND Chmm Attest jG KEOWN Soe- I i r W t FOR THE BUSY READER JJr Bryans trick mule arrived at Fairview yeerdayandcelebrated his advent by throwing a newspaper cor respondent who injudiciously attempt ed to ride him v Ed C arson a convict iji the Flunk= fort penieniary iiid In thjJtalm pipe in the hope at ur1ltely esttiiiiingi but was forced out when the Warden ordered the steam turned on Iv F v Senator Foraker has It it b known that he will speak for tbe RA ublican National ticket If invited and Chair man Hitchcock has announced his In tention of seeing that the vyatlon Is tendred S t William J Brysistsdenled a ben sational lin Witburg to the effect thatlhotollowers Coin mllUtman James Kerr bad promised the t 200000 as- a campaign contribution for his InOu- cnce in ousting Col James M Guffey i Frank P James the State Auditor has dlsovered an error of bookkeeping though which the school fund has lost about 80000 a year for the poet eight years Mr James has asked tie Attorney General for an opinion as to what coure he should pursue 5 Gov Wlllson granted full and free pardons to Walker linncan and Riley Harrod yesterday They were charged with killing Newt Hazelett an alleged night rider in Shelby county a few months ago The Governor in giving them rlicf states the policy which he has uttered before In such cases 5 George Graddy a prominent farmer of Woodford county whose barn was burned by night riders several months ago was in FrankfoiL Tuuday to con suit Adit Gen Johnson Mr Graddy served notice on the night riders that he was railing a crop of tobacco and would not permit any trespass on hli farm The Democrats would remove Thrift from truif products permlttltig foreign competition with them thus Involving their workmen and all small compe I tltors In the ruin devised for the trust I The Democracy would ato revise the remaining Tariff to a purely revenue basis while the Republicans though revising the schedules would maintain all sufficiently but not more than that t MeetingThe un frthnC Drlee swan tb ICoExcellent Remedy fo- rCONSTIPATION J And Resulting the Many AlimentsI Useful in Overcomingot Colds and Head chesIRequiring a LAXATIVET- o Dispel Them It Has a Gentle Action on the KIDNEYS LIVER and BOWELS Those who prefer can ob tain Man a tin In tablet formTHE MANALIN CO COLUMBUS OHIO U S A on wiy meet at Sulphur Springs on Saturday August tho 29 at ono oclock 7 p m Every local Is requested to send delegates and every A S of E nan is alto requettey to meta with is There will be somo very impor ant business to attend to The tobacco situation will be thoroughly discussed H D BIRCH Pres 9s09 999c 9S6 99s99999999 GrOwGrowfl MORE WHEAT Better Wheat IGrow Commercial Fertilizer made of successful experience with the j HORSE SHOE BRAND OF FERTILIZER IOught to be sufficient evidence of superior merit satisfy the most skepticalIItoWe are not offering you an experiment with 4 5 only recommendation We are offering you a Fertilizer that is tried I and true Ono that fully meets the requirements of the most exacting successful producer at a price that is commensurate with the quality of the goods Mr Farmer Do you know that we are the offspring of a suc cessful farmer and that we were raised on the FertilizersWel experience We can do you good and make you money ifyou will only trke advantage of the M I portunity weofforI d J F E P Barnes Bros 1 BEAVER DAM K- Ywsss4skccssssc I b I wi2 2 I ooL arwr 19i r i1 i J1 f r vrVa EGHvdi- itilAT OVRi HaS ARE MADE ON J A LAST THAT LASTS WE VoNT SELL I i YoU A SHOE You WILL NOT BE SATISfIEJ WITHITWoNT PAY US So DofI II DL 5cTER I S copyrtghC19o7 0 cSSr tby 1fut satNip a WEAR LOOKS COMFORT THESE ARE THE THREE THINGS YoU WANT IN A JHoEWE KNoW THAT oUR SHOES WEAR WELL BECAUSE WE HAVE TRIED THEM CoME i IN AND TRY oN A PAIR or oUR SHoES AND YoU WILL SEE FOR YoURSELr THAT THEY LooK GooD AND rEEL GooD WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN HARTroRD roR THE roLLoWING CELEBRATED SHOES HAMILToNBRoWN PRiESMEYERS CoURT NEYS FULL VAMP SHOES AND PATRICIAN roR LADIES ELEr ANT LINE or SCHooL SHOES roR CHILDREN or ALL AGES THE QUALITY or oUR SHOES IS HIGH BUT THE PRICES ARE NoT MEN J SHOES FRoM 12 5 To 400 LADIES SHOES rRoM 100 To 4 SCHOOL SHOES FROM T5C To 150 BE SURE To CONSULT US roR YoUR FALL rooTWEARt 1 hREJPECTrULLY t Hartford Repuhlicau FRIDAY AUGUST 21 lIlnols Contral RallroadTlmo- of Table North Hlluilti 3authUonup- Nols dux 1OS ft tu No 171 duUS1 B m No117dne1t3Op PI NoUIt Ioe 74S p m- No1O2due48 p m So 1I1dne852 m Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office 1Mrs I a Acton Olaton 1s the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Daniel For SaleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford yltfj Mrs Robert Hutt Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs Amanda phil lips city rfussrsC A Smith d Q U Brown Simmons were among oUr can sy era llInday Mrs J C Thomas and son master mllah are the guest of Mrs A J Caw sey of Hopkinsvine- Wouhi like to rent two furnished r rooms for light house keeping Address Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tt r Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford It F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour itt Mr A K Anderson carrier on rural f croute r0 3 our from Ha ford Is the guest of relatives In pWEnsboro z lIUss Florence Jones of Drakesboro is hu resumed her work as stenographer for 11CEsrS Barnes and Anderson t MrJ EP1rtle tally Ver 001116 Ky will arrive at Hartford to 1 morrow to vlsfrtt relatives for a few j f gays 4t JteS N F JonES and O M Shultz y attended tho Jasper River k r socla4lon at Salem Ky the first of- s the week cMessrs Geo DaseheartacHenryE- ii Ross Saymour lad EE Durbin callerstjyI aYlcUIoreland will speak at Schroa j dft School house at night Saturday t Atig 29 In the Interest of the Amer- r lean Society of Equtty Let oyer- yt Body hear him c 4 r The Sunday eohool plcub at tie Fair Tuesday at which Dr J v BTappan 11tSA r11j I1t- o i iow In Holbrook MlfsesMaryDenn Edith Cann and Annie Patton enter tth ft yetpeotiyec1a eswht- ghlyrenioyed 0s I r t r t t t t tflJj 4iJ i w J 11 or to fir J C Her returned Tuesday fronl a weeks sojourn at Dawson Springs Mrs Mamle Wllkerron and little sor of Comanclll Texas ore the guests o- dos f Mattie Hnrrt Miss Ora I3arnett and FIOrD Payne Livermore i Ist td Mrs S T UarndJt several days late week Mr J A Danlcf C lIarlCord waf the gutJt of his parents Mr and Mrs W T Daniel Olawn last Saturday an Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Haynes of Lo Angeles Cal and Mrs Lizzie Youn of ItaLon Rouge Ln are the guest of Mr F W Pirtle and tumPy IIr3 F L Felix and Ilaughttt Mss Elizabeth and buss Lelta Olen will arrive at home In n few days from a months vacation at WluklSh Wis Mesdames T HD1ack and Ale Darnett will ntcrtalli the Ladles of tli luccabe sat the home of the forme next Thursday night All the memo here are requested to bo present I In the splendid report of the Baptist Association held with Hartfor church last week furnished by Rev Jones tile inillal letters of Rev L- N Tlchenors name were Inadvertant- ly omitted IiSlS Roy Newcom Ckar Run L McHenry Albert Rlgge and hlpsley RlgSs Heflin L C Taylo- Mt nl1ZU V M Stewart Deda and T P Carson north Hartford werE among our mllls 1Vsdnesday- i The call fortrhe Republican Commit I ttoe meeting wns by nn overl4ght omitted from our columns Iatt week t was publieS In she issuu if date oj- I August 7 but we intended earryi- aituntil the meeting was held Augus 22 I Circuit Clerk E G nrrjfs will return todaytrom po weeks business trip to LoullvUle and Wtnapolls fad He was accompnnld to Louis vHle bY Msmoher Mrs Dordhy DarI rasa During hIs absence the diltIe- I s of his office were performed by hi efficient deputy Miss Stella Woerner IUssLHllan l onroewho has taught In the IntermediatE department of Hartford College fo- thepast r twoyearst111 leave In acew jdaYIi where shE has acceptedaposllion as stenographer and secretary to her brohterMr A Monrodwho has charge otiu New Yorkoffice for the MsleYe Thompson Lumber Co Miss Mon las mad zit nx t teDds vhihf hefth all regret to arn of her goings r 0 r t J 0 i Messrs Earl Davis Ctntertown an Ernie Curtis Roepkort were among our callers yesterday MrR L Plrlc Owensborowns he guest of his father Mr F W Pirtle eait Hartford last week The six= months old son of Mr and Mrs J W Mercer of the Co=hen neighborhood ded Sunday murtrug of whooping cough and was burled Ithe Cchen cemetery Monday at 11 oclock Funreal services conducted by Rev Virgil Elgin Mr and Mrs Mercers dcugltter Js also very III of whooping cough Mite CuoI r and ParrwO haw tile contract for delivering tile rock for place North of town have built and launched a umlll ug Loic nbuve w old dam It is 45 Cent long and 12 fcv wide with n skein whet1 and 10 hone plower gasoline engine Jhas ben chrlstensd thuRcbert E 141 I- was put In o omniheloil Iat Mday morning and Las proven a valuable ad Ldion tO to flotilbt with which lht stone is being brought dOwn the rive from the crusher IDatb fMose Herrel Herrel n highly rspect eel citizen of the Cool Spring neigh borhood died Wednesday ut his homo of diseases Incident to old age Ills funeral took placo yesterduy and the burial was conducted by the Masonic lOdge of Rockport of which lie hud long been a member nt Cool Springs Resolutionsor Respect EddyvUle Ky Aug 12 190- 8Headquarere Detachment Active Ser viee1Vhemess The Great Commander to Ohlef has seen rL to take on the utli of August 1905 nom our command to fames eternal a unpng ground our friend und comrade Frank Ilsm lon be it therefore fore Resolwd Tht In his deatdt his county and community lost an excellet young man the State a bravo snl- dfor and the members of Company H 3rd Inft K N l a true and tried comrade De Lt further Resolved That we extend to the bereaved family our slncero condolence Resolved That a copy of these res- olu I dons be sent to each of tthe umnly papers for publicatlbn and also to the family of the deceased I G W WHITE WILL IIINTON- ALLISONI Committee BARNETT COOL SPRINGS Aug 19Rev nughn filled hll regular appointment hero Saturday ant- I Sunday MlS Iva Benson was the guest 01 dices Una and Lena Dunn Thursday night 1I14rJIII Mrs Vatla Wilson and daughterMls- Paulineot Muhlenberg countywero th L guests of Mrs Agnes Palo Sunday Mrs Una Dennis and little daugohler- Corlne and Thelma and aliss Ethel I ROgers visited In Butler county from Ihursday nlI Sunday odWtox and Mr S Davenpoii- lRccltsstvr were the gus of Joe 1- II Rogers Sunday Mrs Agnes Tale was the guest 01 Mrs Cesna McMullun Prentls Saturday evening sMrs Lena Dunn and Mrs Threlke guestns f Mrs Una Dennis ThnrHln DenatOn and OrowhUlg Mtiss Prarl Davenport Tuctday night eNoticeAt the following times and lllOO the trus escleot of the various sub ItlFtrcts of Ohio county rehtools arE notified to be present for the purpose of organizing the Educustonal DLvts dIon Boards viz- Eduotlonal blvhslo11 No 1Doda Aug 24 10 a m- No 2Fordwlllc Thursday Aug 27 11 a m- No 3Sulphur Springs Wednesty I Aug 26 10 n m r No 4Horne Branch Friday Aug ust 28 10 ll m I No 5McHenry FrIday August 28 220 p m No 6Centertown WednesdayAug 2310 a m Thee meelfngs will be held a tbe t school luutes Indmted and eve- g trustee will be expected to be at it41c place designated tt the time tadleat ed Wrtttn notices bnc been mailed to itch ttusee JAMES M DoWEESE SuP Ohio Co SchooLs JINGO August 19Rov Louis ruled hI- I appointment here Saturday and Sundn and began a series of methlg8 to con time indfinitoly L Mrs Alice Murphy and Mrs Eller I Howard are ill at thIs writing Miss Erne York Is visiting in But ter county at this writing J T Morria went to Beaver Dan ronday lA G Murphy and daughter Mis I Cecil went to Hartford shopping Tues flaya a t r svGre and familyotButte countYJvlslted Mr and MrssJ A Howard one day last week k A S OfE DECISION AT INDIANAPOLIS j Juice Harvey Refused Everius Petition to have RecelveriAppointed for ColJrhe 1I11IJlan1lolls Newa has the lWlug Its regard to the deostot io- conly rendered by Judge Harvey In the American Society or lqnlyt cos Wbdl J A Event sought 10 InI the A S uC E lnlo IlIcrllrlicit of Jwirs A Everltt for are 1 IIEqll 1lyWUS indebted trt hint and 0iaets for large amount and thC feuds and dUenLons were thrcaening to dls 1 rruit t II tenseelusion that thu officers of hto society t were COUdllCtlllg Is buslnffii economically and were gradually paying off Its debts Judge Harvey be i re111celvelIron nieuibors of the soeia y to doI- creai x + e thus cutting oft the orguniza- tdons only Income fAof the A S of E that desire to par itcipte will ho held at Union school house SaturdayAugus 9nt 1 oclock Ip m for the purposo of transacting 1arrInvited but are urged to uttelll en masse or send representatives J C HoCKEIt W A IIOCKER iJ 11 IIIANKLNS1r11- ROIIEItT PLUMLIIER Live snakes Needed as food New York August 17Two expe- sive boarders have conic to the Bronx i park Zoo They are a pair of king cobras from India which Curator Ray mood b 11ntats snys lire thu most 1mhelesnakes They usually eat two at a I meal lint thu two king colJlaS have 1111theI of the roptile lOUFO wilt make an ItII Each cobra is about 12 feet long They are the molt vicious In she col I Ildion and ttre kept In a cage to thetneelves Thrlr long Cnstscems I have no effect upon them UIllc8S It usualalto toj Program for Magisterial School Convention to be held in M J Church at Ctntcl10wu Iy the r lith Sunday In August 1908 r Work to begin at 1 p m Opening song by lrayer by J A r Call to order by choirjSchoolGeneral Sonio nlllJRrent I S II I tee 1ughtjI Some forward movement plans Chits Overton Dr E W lord lIyjII H Davis How to teach Itlogralthy by Ross 11 E Caloway and J Jackson Iteport of nominating committee and 41 election Song whyIuYr and E1 Ashby j Using our opportunities by E M Morton Foster McKenney and W P Ashby Closing address lJy O M Bishop interested In ilHlor Sunday ISchools are lnvied to bo present and take part In the work O M BISHOP Dist Pros IL H Davis Se- cHARTFORD COLLEGE Opens Its TwentyElgbtbSeSSfon 4 August 24th 1908 II With Its large and growing Cucllj ties and its university trained lac ulty Hartford College offers adv an taxes nottoo be found elsewhere at so small cost The cost of board and 11 tuition per year varies tram 120 to I 130 while to those who do tight house keeping the cost varies from GOOOto 7000 Per year Students who desire 1 to economize by keeping house are glen every encouragement to do sos Chi ses are not over crowded hence students get individual help which they could not get In largo Instltu r lions Eor catalogues and Informa tlon writu to L N GRAY- J Hartford Ky fi iT t r r i l m Bargain Period 1 iThis is Bargain Period withus and from now until September ist t we shall do all we possibly can in p fthe way of making very low prices fto reduce stock The bur J den of our song now is as follows tI JMENS AND CNILDHENS SUITS AND LADIES AND j I iI Jthank ues While we may miss you in some J 1 sizes and colors we have sizes and col dJit close them all out i I l t iIMellsSame kind of Suits formerly ti 800 DOW500 Same kind of SuitsIIIIlOOO 750 l Same kind of Suits 1250II lOOO- i Same kind of SuitsII 1500 1100 l IF Ladies Dress Goods I a IAlllOcAll 15c Lawns and Batiste now lIe J All 20c Lawns and Organdlesnow 15c fAll 25c Lawns and Organdiesnow 20c It will pay you to trade here during the month of August IJ lll 1 Carson Co m n H RTF0RD KY 11V I TVrrirr V T ii1 T4= 0 IiMrNI1I1WMVMNIt IASTRONGt Do you over stop to think what a store stands for and if the owners are looking for the best goods obtainable and not the just as good kind We are willing to Show Our Handhnndlo only goods that are well known IWe it is possible we handle brands which the greatest demand Some Special Lines CorlIss Coon and Cluett Peobody Collars and Shirts Ladies Home Journal Patterns liincks Detroit Special Overallswear like a pigs nose PantSton cents a button one dollar IDuchess for Everybody Shoes for neonCrossets make lifes walk easy Flor8heimi for the man who cares Shoes for women the Red Crossit bends with the foot Jones factorymade and laSt but not least Godmnnsgood honest not so pretty but has the Umeatall solid shoenever piecedvamps even to the cheapest Shoes you can buy for the children that you KNOV have no paper insoles or counters We are looking for the trade of people who care for these things Do YOU Barnard Sc Co HARTFORD KY ny I e t d I HIY1 rr A 1 ACTUALLY KILLED BY hllOT strange Death In a Virginia Farmehouse Wandering Jew Makes Usual Visit to Negllborbood when He Succumbs I alt not exactly prepared to say thet I belleto In ghosts tald the old gentleman from VJrglnla but at the same time In t1 w of certatu things that have been told tue by jerso- whoose reputations for veracity do not admit of a doubts I cannot allow myself to ridicule the Ideas of there who do believe lu an oxaslomal rtturn to earth of thedead There is ono case In partular that I know of personally and that can be vouched for by number of citIzens In the upper oountlls of my Sue and that is the case of old Uncle Jabez- Mbrtln who knew a number of wellto do farmers In Fnuquler I1S well as In SpoUslvaula Rappahannock and oth er counties in the northern part of the state Uncle Jabe as most everyone who knew the old fellow called hint had consilieruble of tile nomad in his disposition and dial wandering pas toral life He was always willing to- work when any one needed his service and did a good deal ofr ough carpen tering ii return for n meal o whUes and a shakedown I1S he xJlressed It and he was grotty well known in thu land of his pilgrimage It was a rare O- Ccurrence when he was notgiven a welcomeIf Uncle Jabe thought more of I one family In the state than hedld of another It was the Greens Virginia ns nil know Is full of Greens An estimable crowd they nreand nearly all of them consider themselves I1S related In some degree of cousangulnl- ty to the others of that name Thu- Greens of Virginia Is the finest tribe of that name Jn seven sates was the constant boavt of Uncle Jnlw md above and beyond any other Green anywhere lie plaCed IOnrse Dlckle Green of Fauquler and that Is where my ghost story It you will plllse to consider It as such begins One mild night In the month of October not very long before the wr The old wanderer made his appearance at Squire Greens Mr Green was rll ed Squire by virtue of being n Justice of the Peace Jabe wanted his usual meal o wlIttles and shakedown and It was at his service as usual and afte a good supper he sat on the back steps of the house smoked his old plea for a while and then weal to bed Squire Green was engaged In sonic Work that kept him up until midnight and as the clock struck 12 he heard a heavy soul on the stnlla It seemed as If sonic ono was coming down the Sills wh l ry Irons on the legs The sound was carried to I the door which was opened noisily- and then closed wills a terrific crash I JaIbezsuch unnecessary noise he squire rushed to the door and opened It fie moon was shining in all J s beauty and everything was perfectly calm and nobody In sight lack again went the surprlsed squire anti up Into the attic chambJr where Martin always slept when ho nnadu his calls ll found everything calm and quito there It was the tiuiet of elmJIl for old I Uncle Jabe was tying supine on his hack with his glassy eyes sarhlg right up to the celllns where lllll- quJlJe left him until the morning When he related the elrcuiustnnas In tine morning it seemd that every other one of the house had been disturbed by the uncanny noises The strange part of It Is that next night the same sounds were heard I1gatI even to theslammlnJ of the door and nn investigation proved that thwrei Thereiwerefamily but the nclws disturbed theta and when they WIre heard ns they were frequently at midnight they became so used to theta they would bllI1I ply remark that Uncle Jabe was trampl- Ing again and go to sleep again Friends and ndghbors who knew j the ghostly exercises were averse tot ntaying all nidlit In the house and darkles couldut be hllhd to come near the pace after ntghtfall ITbe- souiids never clnHd mnil atrrvhe house was aoru Iowan nd even its Ilt- molltlon which It was hoped might reveal the source of Its sragne and grwrome sound fnlld to present anIexplanation There are folks living today in JnurUiller County said the relater of the ghost story who can and J have no doubt readily wJ11I testify to the tlUh of waht I have made mention of eCbristain ScIence Cures Ur RI lard Cabot In nn article In the August McCluros analyzes one hundred Christian Science Cures life does not dl cuEs them from the I I lbitt of view of logic orcon9lateJlc- rblttbr n study or the written tes- timonals and of hfa own expcriel1e gained In the atempt to verify he claims or those who ronounCl1 themselves cured Summing up ho says My conclusions are tit that most Christian Science cures arc prababty genuine but second that they are clot the cures of organic diseases In my own personal researches Into Christian Science cures I have never found one In which there wts- any good evidence that cancer con sumirtlon or any other organic dbl case had been arrested or baullihe made by the lIatient himself or was an interpretation at aceond OT third hand of what a doootor was suppoeO to have saId As I have followed up the rev pored cures of cancer and other ma lignant tumor I have found either that they were oat tumors at ail or that they were assumed to ba malig nant withQu any ndcroscnpb examination IIi alter words the diagnosis was never based upon any proper cvl dence Only n little cold its l4he bad may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Cattarrh Drive out the In vader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the Inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price GOc If you pre fer to use an atomizer ask forLl quid Cream Balm It has all ihu good qualities of the solid form of this rem dy and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dread fulhablt Nontereury to dry out the secretion Price inc with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bios G6 Warren Strreet NEw York WOOD PECKERS DESTROYING i TELEPHONE POLES I The Most Available RemedYII for This is to The Poles Birds are destroying the telephone and telegraph Doles In the south and souhwest ptf1culnrlln Pesos Ari zona and Cnllfurnla In some places fifty per cent of all the poles along the IJghtofwa have beeui riddled by these Innocent offenders which belong to the woodpecker family One of The Western Union officials who has recently returned from an inspection through the west reported having seen twentyfive telephone polls with two or three hundred holes drilled clear through them Some of the holes were three or four inches In diameterIprone poles along the rlghtofd near Covington Tennessee which had been afftttd by wood pt ckus and 411perIn some cases destruction of time poles takes only a few months and the weakened condition makEs It danger ous for IJiemmn to climb oihe statk The real obJEct of the birds In drlll Ing Whe hoses Is uncertain One telt prone man said That the hummIng of the wires was mistaken by the birds for Insects excavnting blnh the surface or the wuod and that they drilled the poles In quest ofhese Imaginary Insects It Is very probable however that the holes are for an entirely different JxcaoatedI woodpecker Is a provident the proper season 1tstores ups SUJlJlI1 of acorns and oilier foods for future consnnlpbion In tho sunimer these holes are often found scored with acorns 3fany methods for preventing rchls damage have ben sUggI tetl TIm probably the most succtifsflll Is preservation waft crenate A line of ereowd- ed e poles opposite the one near Coving lou wal examined and not II single lder1cddamage caused by tho woodpecker but also protect the pole Indel1aL1el against bovh lnsecs and decay tsl apIparentdernbl tithe In developing a vheap yet efficient method for the treatment of telephone and telegraph poles The rf suit of the work are embodied insev ernl Forert Servlc circulars COpies of which mey be obtained wi hout cost from the Forester Wathing ton D C Thinks It Saved Life Lester M Nelson ot Naples IalneI says in a recent letter I have used Dr KIngs New Discovery many years I for coughs and colds and I think iti saved my lire I have found It a re j liable remedy for throat and lUngt complaints and would no more be I withoutNew Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumot la and healer of weak lung It has no equal Sold under guarantee at all druggists bob and nOOThlal bottle frge m t LIVED IN SOLITUDE FOR THIRTY YEARS Wild Man Called Chinese Robinson Crusoe found Dead Safe on Mountain He Tumbled Bowlders Upon Investigating Parties People who have not been to lIllo the little senpor on the Island of lIawali may nut think eta matter of mocmen1 that the wild Ctthnaman of ttt- Papaikoumanka is dead says San Francisco dispatch Lik many owrthy folks Ah Onow did not have his name Ilrlntd- much In the newspilem until after he died but that was the fault othhe papers and not of AIt Chow They say down In Hllo what A9i Olmow came to he island 30 years ego as a contract laboreron a sugar plantation Ito evidently did not like being a con tract laboreI for he tied from lIte plantation soon after his arrival and worked his way up to the almost In assessible mountain crag of Papai kooumanka to a little piatenu hanging dizzily over acliffs edgeWhen some of the plantation men been 10- ge him Ah Chow put such a fight by rolling bowlders down on the only trial to hl retreat t hath attempt to bring him back was gv en up Eighteen years ago ho report sprttd about the country thereabout + ha the lonely Chinaman was a leper and a posse was sent up the mounln o bring Mim hack into town for Ilmns HAwalIlIUIICrthe Prlsse wlh bowlders until they gained I foothold in his narrow shelf of the mouralu and then chargldIie timorous Krna kas with I spear fashioned of hard wood and wl1 tthe joint hardened In the fire He was calturcd finally and exnmin ed It was found that the wild China moon did not have leprosy and ho was allowed to go back to his aerie on the mountainFrom day until he ChlnamIIIs body was found a mon h ago lying In a rude coffin of his own ntaktidg In side his hut no man Is known to have spoken With him and few had seen him The tax I1SS tor and tax collector gave him a wide berth the man who wn- ld the land which he bad preemped made no atttmpt to eject him He never carne down qif Lhe mounaln an nether white man tier Kanaka cared to go up to see him His body was stumbled on by n stranger who lied gone up tile moun tain wlhout knowIng that danger was popularly supposed to walk at the atop for Ill intruders When his stranger reported his find several men froln the nearest plana ton went up o the wild Chlnamans hut The body could nut he removed so a pile of wood was heaped about It stud It was burned where It lay with the but which had for 30 years been the lately htrmage of A t Chow The strange man must have known the approach of death nUll deliberately laid himself down in his coffin to die alone The investigators looked about and discovered how It was that the wild man had lived high up the mountain twitch birds Dy what mutt hate been tremendous and long conHnuld ertol Ah Chow had cleared about two acres of the tropical Jungles buck of his hu on the noumtain shelf and had there planted pineapples peanus mnngoes and potatoes- lie had Hen set on a few orange and It mou trees probably from cuttings stolen at night train the plantation home below him Thti old mall had kept no animals all the work of grubbing nu unglffram- l is IlalO ho had done wrh hIs own hands He had even fashioned out of bamboo a sort of ampltan or blowgun such as Is uSEd by the natives of the Dutch East Indies which will propel n dart several hundred feet Like another Uol1 moll Crusoe Ail Chow had Ilnd on his dizzy slitif of rock high above and even within lght of the clmadon that spread out below him In plamalon and vli- Lge l The SheCarhog Coming down on the JC train the other day from Louisville an old man il passenger went through the ladies oath Okltlg for a seat Every sea Was occupied but moely by onLYone twolSURE CURE For All Disease o- fSTOMACH LIVERo KIDy us another for her darn y ilttle feet and her suit case The old man stopped and looked nit the reverse stttt then at the woman but the was equal 1b the occasion and promptly Informed hint that the seat was taken lie tlmllly Laid I see It h and llnESed tin to the next woman w bo had possession o two There he said Mltdam allow me to occupy this seat please site did but with ilPeoncealedt angt We call the man who thus monopo- IIzl8 space in n car n hog and he tit a hog amda hog of low degrco Then wfiaa shall we call the woman who does the Lame Is It any wonder that womn often meet with such scant courtesy when travemlg when their kind so often act so selfishly hoggisf- iI1y when traveling Men as a rule are wr polite to women who show by butemote supreme contempt for hogCentralicttty Republican I Notice to An Interested It haVing been ordered by the Ohio county Union of the A S of E at Its last meeting that we act as re- vivers reorganizes and organizers of locals we desirre to state that any community or local desiring our services may procure same by arranging for I meeting and giving us a weeks I notice- S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPres MESERAoi1pmTIGE OF GOSSIPING SUICIDE Greatest Obstacle of Our Day To Mental and Moral- Developement All of us waste a worM of vHnll y- In chatter that Is worse than Idle That Is most of us dojnrticularly women So do a great many men Pu haps till are gully to some extent The tendency to talk much about little is widespread I provaals In all social gradEs geed bad and In different from the parlors of tt erich est to time tenentens of the poorest Time very omntottntts of petty gosmil blinds us to Its senselessness We are so fammr with It encountering lit at every turn and we tyke tie note of lt We have become hardened to Jot ha bl1uated tq ii and keep it up tie unconsciously as we keep up breathfpg by Involuntary action Yet It Is he greatest obstacle of our day to mental and moral develop ment It ehrlvels the mind destroys the right perspective in Its outlook fritters away the energies wastes limo diStorts tileals and holds the IIsplra- lionsdown to the dead level of com monplace People gossip only when they are mentally unable o ake part in the dlscussioti of subrcts of real impor splltfuliuntutored and unaspiring uriid that holds one as miserable prisoner In lmeanly narrow cell All the wealth In the world could nv make Such n gltilll rich for the soul of things beaut4ftml Is dead within him The happiest environments cannot ma mlke him happy for he spirt of true enjoyment is Il eranger to him Gossip Is sukde by which ono kills the bes capabllJs of time mind and heart Physical selflt rucHon tears the soul from vhe body but the suicide of gossip shrinks and warps and elmtN- els the soul until none Is left It Is entirely a matter of habit tmay be curled by living up to a keen realization hat all mental development comes of serious thought amid whole some activity The mind that vial deermine fO look upward and strive upward will soon learn to despise the petty frlvolles tot life that forma he subjcc s of gos sip The mind will soon grow ncusto med to tnlk Less about the appearance of things and to thin more show the rtaII y of them It will soon find llitllr grnolng an appreciation of tilt vim us of people Instead of fondly feasting ovet the faults ofthtm As wholesome tltouoghts grow In the mind the gossip Jaehcts will take flight I The gain is richly worth the effortIAnd tine frOIl1 is no as hard looks Notice All persons having claims against the estate of D N Strqud deceased will present same to the undersigned properly proven on or bfore the 1st day of September 1908 or they will be forever barred T H BENTON agent or heirs or D NSTROUD Quick Reliefand Care for Bead ache MaacacheDIuInis- IadIgatloa Mttiralarlaao I Jt THE EASt AND THE I WEST SECTIONS Great Change In lthe Feelings o The Latter Toward the Formerr trhe drerence between the old ri 1 of the East and tthe new one should bl noted Formerly tho Env wasPal stijeet It was the lair ot the manes power whose tentacles stretched wes and embraced the nation It was thf abiding place of parasite financiak- llmgs who took the W rtcrnfnrmll by the throat It bought up Western Lesisnures and TIlled lhu srttt through thee rilroaads It gamble- and the res of the country nd to pay But that stale of affairs s no over The West no longer fears Waij street though pans Of the WeEt ds trust It Wo have been sutforln g panic but tt1eMlrsJlsrlppt VnlllY tar mer declares that ho doesnt know what financial panic means Hg Isis dependent or tM Stock Exchange lIe has taken the control of the railroads into his own hands Ho can regard us dspaseionnlxly and when h delivers Judgement ugulnst us It Is not because of the harm we do him but of our failure to lion up to his Ideal of good citizenship We are n drag on the wheel of progress The West bas been radical in two ways a good way and a better wtay its the West sees it The Ernst has been conservative In two ways tl bad way- and a niueh worse way as the West sees I There ls in the West he radicalism whIch we may tall ecaw- nic It wand free silver in 1896 I has pursued the trUEts since clun It has tamed the railways it bar hankered after the joys of phytict l vo- lution and bank deposit guatunttes But three Is also he equally IrRSnt radicalism of the idea which Is mainly polltlool1ht ekaning out of the houseof Legslature he eNmlnn hon of heboss he desttucion of the party fltlch il1hrough primary lform and the principle of direct nominations ln a word lie movemtnto ward more and more democracy Against this what has the Est to Show The West might fogtve us our conservatism of the markflour In sl nnce on r1d financial standards our more lenient countenance to the railroad and the corporation our patience under l tariff sysem In which the oroenlly Wet have all learn to believe ButIt Is that worse eon servaUsm which patiently ncceV1 the old abuses of party and boss and resultant public corruption that stirs the West to contempt And It It be true that o aspire In the right direction Is o be JUEtled how fur wrong Is Wcst- ernradicallsm Invaunng tselJ above usNew Ytsrk EvenIng Post For SateNines volimes Kentucky Deceslon In firstclass condition Embrace opinions of Kentucky Court of Appeals reported In South Western Reporter from volume 63 to 101 In elusive DARNETT SMITH e 4tf Hartford Ky Difficult Breathing Short breath fluttering palpitation sinking spells are symptoms of a weak heart struggling to do its work must keep the blood in circulation to carry nourishment to make flesh bone and mus cle and remove the worn out particles When it I cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles i strengthtomuscles and increases the heart actionI1 am tlnd to III1Y that I am so ma b I HearlCuremedlclnecoulddone My cue was bad bad as it i Ingetting I impossible I pain was very severe In my left sllleand my nerves was all unstrung I r beingcured1 baa It1feeMRS MARY C 1YJJLERI Dr Miles Heart Cyre II sold by tthehe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I rLleTRle DITTERS The Lest toallc Cnrttia DMdiciaa ftb dial- S u SIo GnaraatHd- r t r- I 1 P q CI Jo 1oof 1 11 PJIJlf i iL 3ylItdat uIsaAsTTrjL EHYITai SMITH LAWf k HARTlORD KY y itcourtsties and Court of Appeals Special at tntlon given to all buelness entrueted to theIr care Collectlons and the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Specialties Office In Repubilcan bull Ing F 1 t FRANK L FELI- XAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY wm practice his proftsslon In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court Coldaid buildIng CHAS M CROWE LAWYE HARTFORD KY Will practice hits profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street 1- p JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collectlon PublicpUblic squire R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY will practice In the State and Federal penilonllo1tc crunlyOffice N IHEA481N tusmn WOIIO Alt HEAVRIN WOODWARD G ort eys at auo HARTFORD KY Y Will practice theIr profession In t andCourt J Otfica J 1 f1 YANCY LMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY v j Will practice his profession In all the ka bandtary Public Office over FIrst National h Dank Cc n 11- v nlIARNJS S AASDER80P tl uAttorneysHARTFORD KY U The undersIgned nnnonnce that theyfehave formed a partnership or the prac CI WeralInstreetKy Abstracting Titles and litigationntaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be te given special tlWS A ANDERSONIt Inn ricxfROCURIDArD ghDDamrtNretree ad rice bow roprriehtetr IN ALL COUNTRIES Is ofwonOPatent and Infringement Pretties Fxtlaslvely 1 tc stJauWASHINGTdN D C is HA hiwh JthlTant KILLTHEQOUCHurAND CURE THE LUNGS fins clip WITH Dr Kings wit New DiscoveryeqFOR w Hg CSLDS TtWIoo lmofJoneGUAANTEEDSATIBFAOTOIi 8EPUNtIIDtheinch 1 Ai- note SOl unat this fsmaUCOWIlrlornoTHAT PAY adnrlltt UI tbozoaxpezue and nelp you to sw- on at 0IIt pka4DW repotstj rTblagpoolBitree throWASHINGTON DOi Cent n Tel e ehHagene most t 41 t G y- P4 Ht r 1mnANTIGUNRXII I t Located in Wilderness of Ed monson County Has Been Known to Natives for Over a CenturYlnterest ing Story r Writing from Smiths Grovo In yen county to un roSeru magazine WOUderCUllcavern has more never been fully explored yei Jt Is located In ho wildest portion of Edmonoon county Kentucky and I that mffin that il is located among wilds unsulassed by any region on earth Cliffs tower for almo 400 feat and GUtp gorges and roaring maunt- amn Sremns are seen on every sIdt The location Is about threefuurhs- of a mile from Nolyu fiver and on Briar Creek Tdris Is iw far from to the famous Diemkal Hock This cavern has bleu known o the I natives In this soo1on for moro han one hundred years but so carefully have they guarded thur siret lhlbI this is thefr information Fite sIde sorld will lttve or he exlsenc- o1 thIs natural wonder The 2avern- was flrsL discovered by William May i In the year 1792 Hu and Roger Button bolt of Vrgjnia were tocalug lands at the time when they were a tnked by a btur Thu bear WlS I cavernbeenjknown 1IIf which Is about 200 feet In height When the explorer eners he hllme- dlately reels that here Is sonwlhng different from oi11Ir taves Tii+ pad sage Is narrow not over twenyflvaie- He in wldit and the walls mt ab I soluely dry The floor is of dry lie does not go far u11Jl he sandI that lw Is going down down lao very bowels ot he earth upon lures tigatlon he ll1lIII that the floor 13a- perftot incline and mhat hu angle Is about twentyfive degrees Ht nnove3 OlllNioslvfINotand not a sound of dloppUlg wa er After having uavuld a d Ifilet of itbout three milts cud when no sad reached n depth or about 1000 tee bw low the euranw hJ s als eatauttd- ki and awestruct at the specucle trliat I bars hIs passaSt By the torchlight ho secs a lheit or wttvag whlIte that complttely closes the cave lie stops hind listens but hears no sound yet the pretence Is there beckoning him to come He approaches a liitltl neari er and cowers agalnt the wall when behold Alt me colors or the ralabow burst upon his vIsion and he knows the white object Ulon which he gazes is water Such Is the Case At the end oftho cave Is a solid column of water dropping from aliovo and fall- Ing through the floor beneath It Is not a cataract It ik a volume of wa tel ralllng through the cave It strikes nothing beneath Mhe floor Is dry It comes from no place above It drors ou or space through spacd- hindI Into space An his is wonderful but the most wonderful thing Is the eternal silence Tousands or tons of WlllCI all falling coniUuousily and tUll no sound The explorer stands In awe before this Jhoscly spectacle Ht knows ghat hu Is many hundred feet below he bed of any known sreapl of Water lu this hrctlol e111 hero Is the great volume dtstilh descending He wonders what Jil beyond the water bU he knows I e i no wty lO find t tout Hey into IIthInksstoned to a wIng his knees quake and lie draws further away A lass overctme with his surroundings urns to Jto from the pldtt but IIII rtldsit no easy mXlfto do Tille dine Is great andIs w1t slow and 11wardIt he will pause on way enough lie will see that ceJ1ll1r1es ago this cage was explored by anaher race thin ours Thud Is the ImprInt of a bare foot mrdoa he mud oI I long ago tha the Sandhas be2om9- solid rock lilyactual measurement I the lengh or the tack Is tgh4een inches t None but those wlh bravo hearisly noM inter tMs cave Tle tallence tsl IIunstrungthis movpg Uling body of wafer its sl1orp hUll thewEak can bear 1 Hood Roads in France I The UnCed States is oonstarftly draw of ing Inthrmation from dher tounles- I through Its consuls find from Contsut- I General Sldnnerof 1Uarseilles comes j n tecedr report ot Ithe French roadway sy8tcm He says 41te French roads are- lenetaldy recognized ae the beet and- mocomplete in the world The iSh1 4 s R d n fix rv nnn ways of prance arc good ndt bOOUEO- ot or ravmaerlaisany supcriory not because ot any B11e1alalrll fur rood building biil buouft of dory eo- tstntdntellgent supervision of Its do- patl ment having charge of OIU- Fmn O hns31G 898mllC1l ot lo- Cal Ighwnys built nt a cot ot 308800000 Ot which the w furnisatll acid limo iner ented localities 227740000 In ad- dl lon to thcce local highways ae national systemconsIe 50t 3GfiG Ines- natonal roads which Cos ho m1an 303975000 to butlil The nnTonal roultS trnelSo the anal a country and Con1tC IJIe im 1r1a111nt 11 Cotton in Arizona AfttT nn experiment lmt is said to estbliti beyond any doubt the nd Dptab1Uor the Sal Raver Valley soil ot ltle growing ot Egypian cotton n movement th now on foot tO plate l large acreage this sd son und it Is firmly believed that COtton Is dWAntd to be come one of ATIzonas grenC1t sources of wealh The ntovemenr was srtrted by W L Srlddand or Arlington who oaled a few days ago tha as much as 300 CrtS will be PnItC8d In Egyptian eoul1 his Etaron Experl men g were made at ArUngon and n sample of lie CIOI was sent I n gov- eirmnerrt IXITS Illld they declared It equal inexturo and quality to the EytiXan productS SEnter ScboolI andeducalonCaculog giving full Information free Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 5t2 BURNT WHISKEY KILLS e THOUSANDS OF FISH Fishermen Mourning over Destruction Resulting From Distillery Fire FUI by lie houands have been killed in the louh fork lit Elkhorn by the burned wIitky whLt flowed iIpe the reel nt ie lime of hI burning of he bonded warhoot or the GritnLmm dlsillery near Md way l1m he faints die royal hI warehouse 47000 barrels or whIsky were on fire and the barrels burst gIUI111Jorky floating on op of she wa rand blazing noiJ it wery down Utroam quickly sprad to Elkhorn mJ lu n few hours tits trulc 1rr DtJtml mil d was on flra Several hours Clug from hk fire on lie creek I js no known how much wdilsky was 1a3- In the fire or how much or it tan Inq tone eretkISince the fire houlands ot dead fish save been fount flonting on op- of the waer In too creek or cmgh In the backwaier anal cddls Snw- of She fish WN caught btrl touJc1J nu lie entcn hey c ised su tJrougir or rerIdarrsaotrgrefS cf the svhlsky down tite errrk could be traced all the way down crctk could lie rnttd eli ill way I ty where Elkhorn mlltI8 Ino the I entucky River R L Sims a wellknown farmer woo lire uloug tae crtek ntw wool lake says hat lie wa err ill the tioU11 fork of g1tholl1 Is san d dark brown and taro minks Ul itIlwn w h dead flth AS Elkhon1s cne tf ui- best flsblng streams to this Sate md has been tthe mecca or flshermwn- lforsome oars tilwe is muc11 ex f + lent among hu angites n is e y I IImrilueseveral year Tie fish In die ahtIJ- ranch of Elkhem were killed In some unknown wielthr by dIS mery refuse or by o1 rein n refinery 11hAIkilled thousands of other flkh ryi thIsI rave it will not be long uIl1 there IIfJltI10rllIIant A11 the Hair Come off a But ler County Boys Head ii Charley the 133 nrald son Ot WJIII U11lng from hs bed he olter marlllngI found thv his 41afr had nil come out nod his lid tats ashare ot hair as 1Isl face Ire went to bed t e rllhr biforef- wid1 reasonably + hsavy lmr J 11hathair coming out II eoohIran ItjlJl1y for me by n Perfect c re1 Sold under guaranteeat all dug- ists m r- yt T a i tf1t J 0 if IMiTIMORE SUN IS OUT FOR TAFT Marylands Leading Democrt Ie Paper Bolts Nominee Ohioan Viewed as Just Ruler and Country Would Be Safe Baltimore litl Abg HTlm Bay tituore Sun the leading Democraia- newsiwer hi Maryland and ono or tif- oremoLt papers or1lho South has corn out 8rongly in supper or W H Tat for President In lS9G the Suu fought Bryan and iuo free sliver IIIVlm8n but In 1900 It spppor edhe Nebraskan and made a good fight for+ himIDurg tiw laa Seaaar 1101ot tl10 Demoernie ttrachine In Maryland the Sun hlllIlfd to turn ae Sat over tJ the Republican In urdtr o overthrow the machine An elitorlal in lie paper today says It is lle judgnH of Cl Sun Jmt 11thtll wdtarN or the people of hu Unttd S a tS- Indusllnl and flnl11c1tlwtJuld b proontd td I o n SI ai tI ill gnu by ltiw eec ibn Qt Mr Ban tlm itttelr rlghrlol would be tilr guard 11DryanThe Sun is tout ncrd tha IIjll alum I of law pemaonhfbd by a Preslieni tlr balanced JUlgment with a ulUlpuSh knowledge or lawII man of steady ltur pose Just and resolutewould ptrove a beer defender or the rights ur people would do more to prontoe their 11- 11erialwtlfltll rlnn tne big nck Ii is done In the hands of Mr Rooseveib CI than triO big cluboud do lu the hands ofr Bryan I Is our drli berate Judgmen hat forthe nix lour ears he luau eral III 1 ruls or mi people of ths coon ry would be safer wkh 1Jr TUt a hI head of hl mut tonal government than w h Mt Bryan We fur her believe hoa wht a law breakers would lie brongh o accouam- by Mr Tnr w1h as Ii le ftar us Mr Bryan loulll dleplayht nl IjlOdl1 tlu- poyed by Mr Taft would no curtta he workli gmamrs tJlpCIUItt s itr eal bitIsincssa1e113 as has hen nUid In it lat fete years t Tufts lXIIrlcl1ee 1nmIl0l tnm 1111IICltlnJII lIer thut CIS Prtroident iii would x cue tho law fathluily and w 1 bllI not spectaculnrly Aud whle JlsIn of man ougI to bl In + tll tt e Hvukp all hi m lit seems Ito bu apecktllyim wild now whemtthe touuy Is onI lip imoui In indusinl and financial dIINbon- whIh bougtt dltrhl iuid mtrtlng Into many homes j The Western Kentucky State Normal The Full Session opens Sp S 1908 Eligable persons are u J1ld J free ills ruciol The Li u ton offers speclal courses or Ul10 soave ieriiOn3 who mt prcpnl ng u unl l the lclilug profeso L Full InCJr- 1111ion furnishmd on applit a Al dress H H Cherry Bowling 01- Ki 12- Economines in Coal Mining Tro TllInutt Coal Iron and Rml read Conllrany Is going o Iterease Is eotomndts in muingby rcalug Wt h preservatives the limber which are used In die mines A plan wll bl1 ante ctl for carrying on time wrk To dt the aeual COUull1tlon or coal hll3 been over 7500000000 ions rho waste and detrnctlon In the neighborhood or 9000000000 This senenee from the address ot tar Andrew Carnegie at the Conference or Governors at the 1Vhte House loins the moral of the conservalon policy with tremendous force A waste of moro than half ot all the coal mIned In the face oflhe rao hat time end tit the coal measures i5 In sigh Is suft dent to give the utost fndifferenn coal consumer n rathtr rude shock Per tlCted minIng would reduce this waste U a least onehalf and no doubt be time dUfIg which our lresent popular tips could con lnuo to use coal for fuel Some of the waoe In coal and Iron milling Is caused ty the collapse of- gallCIles duo ao file hrcakIe from deny or kt plUps uked to surpor the a1lr roofs By proSetvnotlou rlMlt I ts11lVtIa cons3I1 In tten with then1imThe Forest Service will co opemtri I wilhthe Ttnntt tocomany In eretlrEI the timber presrevfng plain which i lItb Ioc ant tojtteconveuteut sii ping polo tliu Birmingham Mabama Tae r ant wHi lee pi small nntll lexiklll lst design andtllo m1ueUmbertvil- lb1rtttEd with aeacscttx4drn or c rn tr hf44II Light aildcofner Co II Wlhh WIRK YOUR J10USH RT GOST I TRIU rJIGHT A rtE CLEAN ifELI J l1IY AND SAFE NOIIOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOUlD t- 13E I 11 iIHOUT II1Iai WJII1 IN + FIREAUFI IIF G BARRJ1SS Manager II v deIWHEN country becomes civilized it typewriters When it becomes pested on comparative values it demandsITHE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on theIIlllbe is not so important as the further J that the demand increases year after year tactIThe reputation of The Smith worldwide Worldwille use has made it so IilerPremier TYPBwritel ot cllIto 5l Pale St BT LOUIS MO- b Jt I Y WANTED A RIDER AGENTE3l aremakingWeshiptoallow TEN nAYs IUYE TRmAL dutIng witch time 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Always Bought Hears the- 8ignattuo of CO fhe Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer lVloney IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Fur Rates Apply toLecai Mgr G tlmbBlland Tel a Te1Co tPCualONATtn ir I STOUT OF THE FLOOD One of the Strange Legends of the Yuma Indians CAUSE OF THE GREAT STORM TIle Tipping Up of the Earth Caused the Deluge Which Engulfed the WorldThe Mysterious Ark and the Escape of the Chosen Few To this daw the great deluge recorded In the Bible Is a mystery to the North American Indian He will not be led to Relieve that the flood was brought about by the sins of man He Is equally unwilling to believe that It was the work of an angry God as he could not see how the Almighty should be so unjust 4is to punish the Indians of America for the naughty things otIrace of people across the ocean An other reason which makes It still more difficult for the Indian to believe that the Hood was a punishment to the world is the fact that with him there Is ne aln In his language there is no such word nor does be expect to be punished for any of his nctsIBut though there Is no equivalent to the Word sin In the Indian language nor 4n tbe Indian mind until tbe Christians came the Indians have their philosophy In regard to what is commonly so termed Some of their teachers most of whom claimed to have been taught the philosophy of Ute and its laws directly by dlsoin bodied spirits or by etherenl beings from other planets tnught that as man Jives here so Is his life hereafter 1C he Js quarrelsome or warlike here so be will bo In the more spiritual life If be Js serene and contented here so lie will be there etc The deluge as described by the few who were miraculously saved was the more grand terrible In that It came on suddenly From the highlands oc ctipled by the Indians they saw the waves of the sea sweep In upon the Band and recede only to advance with Jmmensely icrcased volume and stu pendously Huge breakers Then there came a terrific storm that seemed to blow iron all and In all directions The storm caused huge waterspouts which appeared over the wild ocean as Sat as the eye could see The terrl died people tied to the mountains but these were nil soon to be submerged with the exception of one This mouu gain which alone remained uncovered toy the flood Is called Aveebellah Mountoln of the Moon yet today It Is not a very high mountain For awhile before the mountains be came submerged there was a great calm and a dense fog covered the earth Then suddenly a mighty boat appeared to the awed view of the InI tllans It approached and stopped at the several mountains still uncovered by the waters and at each point where i lit touched as If guided by Invisible 111I telligence the Indians as If obeying an unspoken but potent command en tered the boat The boat rested first at a place called Avee qua lul mountain peak now Pi pot Knob on the border of Mexico There was a mesa on the top of this mountain though at this day It Toes not exist and on this mesa the Indians first celebrated their delivery This they did by playing sacred games chanting sacred songs etc Qn rocks at the foot of this peak there pre hlero i ijlyphlcs In an unknown language which some of the Indians believe were tniadu by those who survived the flood Petrified driftwood Is still to be seen twothirds the distance up the sides of Aveebellab which drift the Indians say was deposited by the waves of till great flood The Indians having rested for a tlmo on the mountain peak again entered the bout and were carried eastward eventually to n small valley Here they again rested and then leaving the bant they wandered from one place to another after a time returning toI the valley To their surprise the boat was gone It could not have floated away for the land was dry whereon they had left It the flood having sub sided otter a great calm of Its waters The boat could not have crumbled to jileccs for there had nut been time for Its decay They could only conclude that the mysterious boat having ful filled Its mission of preserving a few of their race had disappeared ns mii raculously ns It had appeared The spot where the mysterious boatI or ark had rested was marked by the Indians placing there a lingo log They called the place Quwl jo para boats resting place This spot Is held sacred l y the Indians who will seldom point It out to strangers Not many hundred sears ago It Is said some Indian war riors were passing the spot mill one of them to show his skepticism shot nn arrow Into the side of the great tog Immediately a stream of blood gushed from the spot pierced and the skeptic fell dead The story of the event wns carried to nil the near tribes and since then Indians passing the place tear to even look leisurely at the log A reason given by the Indians ns the probable cause of the flood was that there was a tribe of Indians who like Columbus believed that the earth was not flnt but round and to prove wheth er this theory were true thousands irons the different tribes banded together and started out on a journey tp find the edge of the earth If It was tint the flood occurred soon after the In tllans started on this journey FO that they really believed that those adven turers had reached the cdgeof the earth anti their weight had tipped the earth to such ni extent us to cause the water to rush lu on tLe land iXjsAn fiflcs Times i L CHAOS IN A LIBRARY 4 areya Fearfully Bad LookWjth Custodians of His Franclsqne Sarcey bad a upiendld li brary of which he was very proudj and there are many stories told in furls about the singular rates comic and tragic that overtook the librarians who successively looked after the late critics books The first was a released convict who pleaded that to be much among good books would reform him Sarcey pug- nacIous in print was the kindliest of men in practice He yielded to the plea Unfortunately his protege car vied the ethical cure too far for one day be decamped taking with him tbe best of M Sarceya good books Tim second was a distinctly minor dramatist Debrlt by name and debris by nature Ho bad worn himself into nn Incurable melancholy by persistent addiction to the humorist vaudeville habit Sarcey saw that abstinence from further composition could only bo secured if the man bad some light occupation with a living wage He es tablished him in tho vacancy left by the convict A few days later as the critic returning from the theater drew his carriage up before his door be heard a smash of shivered glass above him followed a minute later by what he no longer dared to call a dull thud on the pavement below Tbe woe be gone librarian wearied of life had thrown himself out of the window With his last breath he cursed Sarcey as his murdererIThird In order was one Bernard a glndsome youth whose blithe tempera ment promised relief from the gloom cast by his predecessor In the height of his glee he pulled out all the books so ns to rearrange them in more log ical order on the shelves Ho stacked them In craggy pyramids all over tho floor But It happened to be the spe cial day of the week whereon Sarcey was wont to have a few of his the- atrIcal friends male and female to lunch with him After lunch n dance followed as n matter of course Noth lag could dismay tho librarian Ho whisked the pyramids to four walls and joined In the dance Next day heI asked permission to go home and his mother lIe never returned The pyramids had to be sorted out by Sar ceys manservant and put pellmell on the shelves again The last librarian was Mlle Blouska an elderly Polish maiden who nn Invaluable assistant until provedI ished miserably In the fire nt ity ball In ParisIINDIAN MARRIAGESI Peculiar Rites of Navajo rlbeaIMarriage among the Pueblo Indians is an institution j regarding wMch those most concerned have least to say When thu pareiltd of a girl find It expedient for her toI get married they look up an available man and negotiate with his parents After the matter has been the principals are notified ThearrangedI to the home of the grooms and grinds corn for them weeks while the groom makes a kind of sash for the bride Then one morn Ing at sunrise they both bathe their heads In cold water which completes the ceremony There have been Instances of the grooms refusing to go through the performance which has then proceeded without him and been accounted rnlld and several weeks later he has yielded and had his head bathedThe Navajo ceremony Is much more elaborate and Impressive but then the Navajo girls are much nicer The reg ular tariff on n Navajo girl entering the port of matrimony for the first time Is twelve horses On the second occasion the tax Is nine horses while subsequent entries are free This Is not purchase money but is merely n tribute of respect to a mother hn Inw and a token of apprecia tion of the care and expense involved In bearing nnd rearing the lady a recognition not unworthy of considera tion by civilized grooms On the other hand and deserving of great condem nation Is that law of many tribes un written but of much sanctity that n man and his uiother In law shall never meet after tlC ceremony4W Dim ock in Outing Magazine Coral Islands A coral Island Is sometimes torn to pieces by a great storm showing that Islands disappear In more ways than one This happened to an atoll In the Marshall group lu 1100 when It hap pened to be In the path of a terrible I hurricane Waves about forty feet i high swept over the hapless speck of liuid carrying every particle of ver dure nnd every form of life Into the sea nnd not a human being was saved The upper part of the coral was bro ken off and swept away and a few flays later nothing but the placid wa ters of the ocean was seen where the atoll bad stood Music as Advertised Como Where My Love Lies Dreaming with Illustrated cover Trust Her Not for 00 cents I Would Not Live Always without ncci lupanlment See the Conquering Hero Comes with full orchestra There Was a Little Fisher Maiden In throe parts Till Tale of n Swordfish with many scales Home Sweet Home In A flat Let Him Off Easy Lola Last night young Borem dp clared he would willingly go to tbo ends of the earth for me Grace And what did you say LOln1 finally got letII I PAINS BIG MIMIC CITY f gains Big Pompelan Spectacle Etc v Night atthe 8tate falt jNth scenlcirepresentation ctmld be more realistic than the magnlflcent View which is spread out before the spectator In Pains elaborate produc tlon Last Days of Pompeii Thi scenic city spreads out over an area of four acres of ground and so perfect is the work of the painter in the perspective that one seems to be lookIng upon a real city and a landscape that stretches seemingly away formiles Real massive buildings twenty to fifty feet high loom up In the foreground representing the palaces tompieatc of the picturesque ancient city while huge triumphal arches adorn Its streets Towering above all these is the over beautiful but treacherous Mt Vesuvius A force of over forty skill ed scenic mechanics are necessary to place this scenic city in posItioneach day in spite of every time and labor I saving device that can be provided Pompeii Is to be destroyed again Not the ancient city that nestled among the Italian hills at the foot of Mt Vesuvius but the big scenic city In Pains vast spectacle of Last Days of Pompeii that will be seen at the Kentucky State Fair This mimic city represents with ideal accuracy the fated city that perished In the First century of tho Christian era The scenery used in this production covers an area of fully four acres of ground but so deceptive Is the perspective that It appears to spread out over many times that space The view is said to be marvelously correct and hisS torically accurate being like what the archeologists now suppose the ancient city was at the time it was destroyed Tho whole effect under the glare of half a hundred arc lights and calciums Is most beautiful As one sits In the vast amphitheatre and gazes on the scene before him he sees the tall Ve suvius with its nead raised against the sky below are the houses tem pies arches etc and to properly rep resent these latter ninny real strut tares twenty to forty feet In height are blended In with the picture in the background The scene opens with a fete day In the ancient city and for upward of an hour the audience Is entertained with a vivid production of the sports and feats of the hippo drome exciting chariot races sensa tional aerial and acrobatic feats pret ty ballets Imposing and gorgeously costumed processions choruses mu sic etc The tragic dramatic episodes of the spectacle are shown In panto byIthlIbeyond description and brings Into ac1 lion all the skill and Ingeniousness of Pains artists Following these stir ring scenes there Is presented a beau tiful exhibition of fireworks and those who have seen these pyrotechnics of the famous Pain have never realized the full meaning of the word before Railroads will make special rates from nearly all surrounding towns on the dote of this exhibition The most magnificent display of pyrotechnics ever witnessed In this sec tlon of the state Is promised In con nection with Pains big spectacle This display Is In tact the crowning feat ure of the marvelous exhibition and as Pain has long enjoyed the reputa tlon of king of pyrotechnists In both England and America It Is more than likely we shall behold something un usually fine In pyrotechnic novelties on this occasion Among the most elaborate set pieces shown will be a mammoth revolving fountain of fire Alladlns Jeweled Palms and the beau tiful Pyramids These are only a few of the larger special pieces that will be shown For the edification of the little folks there will be be a large number of comic fireworks devices such ns the DevllAmongtheTallore the huge walking elephant the flying pigeons the acrobatic monkey the fly lag fish etc TOBACCO Tobacco will be a bigger feature than ever at the State Fair this year The prizes offered are larger and the classes are more numerous Classes are provided for the following burley types Redo Leaf Bright Leaf CIgar- ette wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are black wrapper long or African leaf French leaf Italian leaf Green River leaf and stemming leaf Hen M C RankIn otters 75 In spe cials for the best display of 1907 burley crop for the best display of 19 08 dark tobacco and best display of 1908 Green River tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered out of a single crop but If the exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitled to four samples out of each crop A special burley tobacco class Is being considered In which the entries of dealers growers or associa tions will be accepted RAILROAD RATES TO8TATE FAR Railroad rate of one fare plus 25 cents for round trip from all points In Kentucky has been secured by the Transportation Committee tottlio State Fair It Is estimated that a quarter of a million people will take advantage of this rate Thero will be more than 3900 awards of premiums at the Kentucky State Fair this year an average of more than 500 awards daily For catalogue entry blanks or other Information wrlteJ W Newman Tea retary 320 Paul Jones cladding Louls JpPU1o Ky f rfVr 7- t l v JAMES LYONS1I J T p V I Ii CREFtT t FREE OFFERf The Most Startling the Most Unreason able Offer You Ever Heard Of r BS NOTHING EVER LIKE ITS V I 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 Nothingl to- I James Lyons Hartford Ky 11Aserlck Courteney Selous says in his book As a rule I think a lion seizes a sleeping man by tho head and in that case unless It is a very old and weakly animal death must usually bo Instantaneous ns Its great fang teeth will be driven Into the brain through the thickest negro skull Similarly when a lion attacks an animal It tries to get at the head or the throat at tho vitals of the animal Says Mr Selous My experience Is that when a single lion tries to kill an ox or u buffalo it invariably seizes it near the muzzlo with one paw and usually succeeds in either breaking Its victims neck or causing It to break It Itself by Its own weight in falling When several lions attack an ox or a buffalo they will often bite and tear It all over and take a long time to kill it Curious Old Laws Some of the old laws of Nepal India were curious Killing cows ranked with murder as a capital offense for instance Every girl ut birth was mar TIed with great ceremony to a betel fruit which was then cast Into a sa cred stream As the fate of the fruit was uncertain the girl was supposed never to become n widow To obtain divorce from a husband a wife had only to place a betel nut under his pillow and depart In Nepal the day Is considered to begin when It Is light t enough to count tbe tiles on the root or distinguish the hairs on u mans band ngulust the sky Callings From The TriCounty Baptist Dont fall to read 1 Samuel Chupier 20 entire Pray that Gad may use you in lead Ing a soulO1u1st- Pray of ton and expect the salvation of souls at each serviceSunday school prayer meeting church service Uy a unanimous votethe Ohio coun ty Association adopted the TrlOoun ty IlapUvt for toe official organ Send us be news brthrenandaiso subscrip lions A paper cannot run without money and we can got lit only through the subscribers Tip Chinese display at tho Hartford church at the Association not only wasedueaUonraiofseyoral ty Mfieocio dys in the cdnn ty illEsea NbtMe Rogcra and MiaggVi Marks deeervo ciimmen lIon for the totficteicy displayed hvlpresenjlng this work The former will take the dls play to the Cane Run church Saturday before tpe first Sunday Iteeoms to us i that that W MstAssgdatiolrof Ken I tricky would do eau M kind of work among the Churches Wfc lJ a- r l 1 ft j t believe it would be fruitful SUNDAYSCHOOLNOTESDr One hundred Aousand Sunday School Teachers are members of Teach ern training class of UftJUtd SttuUrs and Canada Ohio County Association recommended that the District Board employ both an evangelist and n practical Sunday school worker the latter for six months Let us pray that God may end the right men Bro Superintendent do you have a yell defined plan as 10 what you are going to do next Sunday First as to tfmcglven to opening lesson period and closing exercises Who will lead the prayers What songs selected YOu should have THE HOME DEPAIimMENT Is one phase of Sunday School work haM has been used for many years in localities where the organized work has received serious coneiUtTOtjon but up to about two yearn ngo beret was nut II school In Ohio county with such a plan of work A good many superin tendents say when asked If they have such a departmentyes most of our people stay at home on Sundays or else go a visiting 1hut realizing that there is a plan whereby they can gel every member tjf the church 1tQ agree to study the lesson for thirty min utes during the week at homo if they will not como to the Main School There are folk who cant get away on account of disease or Infirmities and now and then one by reason of occupation or even for lijb reason they dont come But they would appreciate a visit from some member who would be willing to give some church news and POssibly some help on some of the past lessons tor the quarter The offeringV nude by these would more than pay Itho ex penses and Chen the joY and sciclsfac tiVm received ty die viiltf ts nvn ex ceeded by any other workers And now If any church has been in the ha bit of allowing her school to go down In the wittier time and will give this plan VtUbrough trial for the members and satire neighborhood are aueethat they will besT ll pleased liEUad of doing no worHlet son wpethe pastor superintendent pr anx lrodyi itihniWill do the works tatiitr bMrd for Information on the Si1bistand w1iJ you are faraillarw thilhe work ask the sanctionThenl for its next quarter and furnish tSemTUTeralture JVlMjfcogenjoP the Hontfotxl chuftih yAll glad to io1 tk t 1 Iif r Y rc explain the work efctoer privately or to your school It requested to do so The work can be done by epithet men or pe women How many men and women never come to your school And dhow many are sick or helpless How many have no good clothes or have no way to go And then how many that are never vlsltwl DO IT NOW BEAVER DAM Aug 19 Rev A B Gardner filled i his regular appolnlmerJ hero Sunday mornlng and nJght Prof M M ughender of Murray spent Saturday Sunday and Monday In town Mrs D M Kelly of Greenville Is visiting her father Mr Gee H Barnes Mr Kelly spenc Sunday In town Miss Mlariam Rhoads entertained Wie Ladles Social Club ather home Friday afternoon M1ts Lillian Monroe of Hartford spent Saturday nlglt vflth her brother Mr Harry Monroe Mr Chas McClure formally of this place hui now of Newton Mis in spending n few days with hill father Mr W G McClure Miss MiarieAu0Un 4s spending atew i days in Hartford this week Qulle a number of people attended the Butler Courtly BapMhiu Association nt Salem Chutch Wednesday and ThursdayDr D Taylor spent Monday in Owensboro Ml 9 Jessie Chauvan has returned home after a few dtajs visit to rcfla tlves l yyenshoros Mr Vetttle Maddox spent Tuesday and Wednesday in OwensbOro Mr A K Mailer will at once begin tho ierttjUon cfanlce dwelWag on his lot OllptitothoCJl1lsnnchurch and Mafoolc Hall which will be qupe mi addition to that end of town T jr jHOPEWELL AUg 18 Farmers are about done communityI t Mr and Mrs Win Russell and daug ter Blanche of Echols spent Saiurday night and Sunday with Mr A JRus sell Mr and Mrs Jai lSQ thurth of Broadway spent Sundayiwith Mra WJt1lameLtttle I the chills at this writing a Miss Carrie Shull b on iio sick list Miss Blanche Rurselt of Echols attended Sunday school at this place Sunday etas Lillian Fu keraou Elizabeth f Alrt1MehSaturday attended he Picnic 1 t r rt it