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I 9 i g tartferi BqrnblicanFi- ne t Job Work f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLrTHE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1908 No6 hOOD NEWS FOR- JUDGE i TAFT Political Information of An Optimistic Character Candidate is Wanted by Party in North Dakota to MaKea Few SpeechesI Hot Springs Va Aug 25Whlle the announcement cannot be definitely wade Mr Taft today gave It as his I belief that Wade H Ellis Attorney General of Ohio will accept the poal tion of assistant to the Attorney Gone ral to succeed Milton D Purdy who has been promoted to a Federal Judgeship in Minnesota I This opinion was expressed after a I conference between Mr Ellis and Mr Taft here today MY Ellis preferred1 not t6 make a statement at this time He came here after a with1 Attorney General Bonaparte at LenoxI Mass and said that he had entirely re i covered his health He was offered the position shortly After the Chicago convention and i was stated at the time that his decls j ion In the matter would rest largely on the condition of his health I Optimistic political information was brought to Mr Taft from several sources today Though he participated in several conferences none of them he said was at his Initiative I Senator Albert J Hopkins of Illi nois who has been in Washington to attend the meeting of the Burrows committee of the Joint Tariff Com mission wanted Mr Taft to be Ares i sent September 9 at the Republican State convention at Springfield 111 A platform is to be adoptd at this I convention and Trustees of the State University nominated It Mr Taft would attend Mr Hopkins said arj rangements would be made to ope the State campaign at that time I The national candidate however said It would be impossible for hl 1 to accept the invitation but if speechmaklng tour for Mr Taft I decided upon Illinois will be Included Senator P J McCumber of Nort Dakota bringing with him James Kennedy Republican National Committeeman I from that State were unannounced visitors Mr Taft was made to know that North Dakota wanted to1 be Included In any speechmaking itin erary that might be arranged for his execution Speaking for his own State as well a Minnesota Montana and South Dakota i Mr McCumber gave it us his prediction that very little if any would be found In the electoral vote It had been demonstrated he that State Issues and local differences in a party on their account had lit tie if any effect on the national situa tionSenator Hopkins who Is Chairman of a subcommittee of the Tariff mission having to do with the tlxlnlI of schedules on articles of import whtch come in competition with Amerll can manufacture said he Bhoultl call near futuroIJ The tarlffbe bellevedwould develop into the chief issue of the campaign It was also his opinion that the revis ion which was to be prepared this summer and enacted at a special sea I Dion would result in the reduction of 1manymaximum and minimum tariff whir would include in the latter class a suf flclent number of articles to make i this method of dealing with foreign nations much more effective than is the case under the present Dingle tarlfrIMr Hopkins believes the Republican national and State tickets will be sue cessful in Illinois to the extent orl 100000 majority although he concedes that Mr Gompers may be effective 1 turning some labor votes to Zlv Dry an But added Mr Hopklnsmy opin ion Is that Bryans record asa fre lossltheBryans public career in limited to his tour vyears membership in the House j of Representatives where he was a member of the Ways and Means Corn mittee which repealed the McKlnley tariff law and substituted the Willson Gorman free trade measures of the alllfarmpets said in his annual reiibrtito trnV Federation of Labor that it ras to I r I i i J- L darkest period organized labor had known for generations Candidates Galore The fixing of a date for the Repub lican Primary election by the Coun ty Committee last Saturday has caus ed the announcement In this Issue of a large number of candidates for the various County offices to be filled next year We understand that this is only the first Installment and that there will be others to follow later on The lineup so fur is as follows JUDGE W B TAYLOR tho present I County Judge announces fur reelec IntIthntand has shown himself thoroughly car lIable honest and a reliable guardian I of the fiscal affairs of the county Irenomlnatcd he will be a strong can- Ij dldate and there will be no doubt of this election J U WADE of Fbrdsvlllenlso Im his candidacy for County Judge He Is an attorney at law al though at present engaged In the railf way mull service He has been a real dent of the county about four years and is popular with his people He Is II young man of splendid ability and force of character JUDGE R R WEDDING who al Iso announces for County Judge Is an old line Republican and is known- t probably to more people In the roan ty than any aspirant to office having made two close though unsuccessful campaigns for the position he now seeks If nominated he will make a strong race In the final fray I MR C E SMITH who has for a I long time been connected with this newspaper but who also has contlnu ed tho practice of law announces his candidacy for County Attorney Ho Is a young lawyer of exceptional abllt ty and will if nominated and elected rill that position with credit to hlmj self and satisfaction to the people of Ohio County l MR 8 A ANDERSON of West Bar I ford Precinct likewise announces In this Issue for County Attorney Mr I Anderson Is a well known Republic j 11an having served as Circuit Court Clerk during a term of six years sonic years ago and has a large acquaint 11Rnce throughout the couhty He 1 trlIIpresentht dldate for reelection Mr Is well known all over the county and has made a most efficient official during his present term It goes without saying that If nominated and I elected he will give entire sattsfaci tion to htose who have business with the Circuit Court ftlR J H THOMAS of Narrows former editor of The Republican who I Intends running for Circuit Clerk I cambuggy to drive during his can vass MR W S TINSLEY the present County Court Clerk also announces t for reelection During his present term he has likewise proven a faith ful and efficient official and Is popu I lar with the people of the county gen orally I announcesiThis candidacy for County Court Clerk Is thoroughly competent for the duties of the posltlonhavlng served as chief Deputy In the office under his father for eight years He wide spread popularity among the ReI publicans of the county and would al so make a competent official 1jut J THOMAS ALLEN of Ro sine precinct who hulls from the Republican stronghold is announced candidate for Sheriff Mr Allen energetic young man thoroughly comI potent for the position he seeks and will prove a strong candidate both In I the primary and before the people should he be nominated i MR T H BLACK of West Ilart i ford precinct likewise announces inn this issue for Sberff Mr Black has long been one of the leading workers of the party In the county He servl ed as Jailor some years ago and has theecounty He will matte a strong fight electedremake a satisfactory Sheriff I MR aA RlALPH who becomes an announced candidate for Sheriff s- la Republican of an unquestioned peoPle1IRoad and wideIPROF HAL1EY rE BROWN of tlteort i V I Ii 1 j ok EDWARD G BARRASS The above Is a fair picture of Mr Edward G Darrnss whose announce ment for reelection as Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court appears In this Is sue Ed Barrass as he Is commonly called is the worthy son of a worthy and timetried Republican father He has been careful painstaking and courteous In office and no more efficient Clerk ever kept the records of the Court Ho defeated JJr C E Ford In one of the fiercest contests the county has ever known and now asks the endorsement of his party by that renomination which faithful and efficient service merit His nomination by the Republican party will give general satisfaction and add strength to the whole ticket people as a candidate for County School Superintendent Professor Brown has been a teacher In the pub lie schools of the county for several years and his reputation as an edu cator Is of the highest character He Is well qualified for the position he eandls date MR G DAVIS ROYAL announces his candidacy for Assessor of Ohio county He served In that capacity hima self a strong candidate both In the I primary and at the general election should he receive the nomination NEW MAIL SCHEDULE I WILL BE A CONVENIENCES Enables us to Reach Patrons in Northeast End Day Sooner IArter continuous effort covering months the publishers o this paper have procured the enun elation of an order for tho dispatch and transmission of mall which will enable us to greet our patrons In the north and eastern part of the county some a whole day and some several hours earlier than under the previous arrangement Dundee AsI kin Mogan Westerfield Ralph RenIfrow Balzetown Flint Springs lint and four rural routes from Reyj nolds one from Olaton two from Narrows and two From Fordsvllle will be served exactly one day earlie- while Horse Branch Frledaland Bar retts Ferry Olaton Narrows Fords vllle Whltesvllle and Reynolds w il be served several hours earlier The trouble all along has been wo did not know exactly how to a1J1 ply for what we wanted As soon as we learned that we wanted sack containing our papers dispatched for Owensboro anti Hoe Branch R P O train 421 via Owensboro we had no trouble in getting what we deslr ed Postmaster M L Heavrln has rcn j dered us valuable assistance In pro curing the order for the transmissionI of our papers so that our patrons as before indicated for which we are under many and last ing obligations to him This now ar rangement after we have changed our publication to a twlcea week which wo will do the first of next Janua ry will enable us to compete with like editions of the Owensboro pa pelIn tact we will out do them somewhat as we will greet our pat Irons the day of publication whereas those papers donot come until the da J following publication VI I J f 1- tr l u a 0 y REP COMMITTEE CALLS PRIMARY H- To Nominate Candidates foi County Offices Will Be Held January 9 1909 and Is Approved by Most of- Candidates Pursuant to call the Republican Committee of Ohio County met at the courthouse last Saturday at 10 oclock a m and was called to order by Chair tent M S Ragland The roll call by Secretary Keown showed nearly the entire membership present either in CourIvllle The two first vacancies occur fred by removal from the precinct tho one at Buford by resignation nail the one at East Fordsvllle by the death of Hon C C Baird These vacancies were filled by the committee as follow West Hartford E M Woodward Horse Branch Thomas Autrey East Fordsvllle W S Gains Buford Dr numberlofmanner and time for making omlna fiats for the county ufilces to be till ed at the November election In 1909 speechesrindicating their preferences and the faorIconvention and 4 were noncommittal These talks took up the forenoon ses slot At the afternoon session the committee made recommendations for county election officers for the ap proaching election to be submitted to commlsI eonenItee and the roll being called for ex preuslons as to manner of nominating twenty three voted for a primary elec tion and eight for a delegated conven riot The date was fixed for Satur day Jan 9 1909 and M S Ragland M L Heavrin and C M Barnett were appointed Bflbcommltteemen to draft rules and regulations to govern the election and instructed to report back to the County Committee at a meet ing to be held on the call of the Chair man Tho meeting was harmonious throughout and showed intense desire among all the members to have ab prlJ dates indicated a willingness to sink personal Interests inn an effort to have harmony and good feeling afterj tho results of the contest III which they are about to enter The committee adjourned to meet on tho call of the Chairman To Unveil Monument Olaton Camp No 243 W O W will unveil a monument at 230 oclock on Sunday afternoon Sept 13 In Bay mes cemetary to the memory of Jno W Loyd who died last April Brief address will be made by State manager J H Brewer All local camps win attend the ceremonies Mr Loyd was active in woodcraft and a most popu lar member during his membership In the cutup AUSPICIOUS OPENING OF HARTFORD COLLEGE Scores of Pupils Eager to Begin Years work Packed t Chapel HallIHartford College ojened UK liSth ticsII slot lust Monday morning with n largo attendance of pupils and visitors As the hour drew near for the opening exercises the chapel presented an animating appearance it was packed to overflowing with the students of all departments fresh from their vuca i tion with determination written on every faco to do good work during thu coming months Miss Mary Keown olenIIngM E Church South read the scripture lesson and was followed by a fervent prayer from Rev N F Jones of theIBaptist church Short addresses made by Judge J S GlennC M niitt and WS Tlnsley of the Board of Education Revs Elgin and Jones also made timely talks The following visitors being called upon made short talks Mr D Ford Prof W S Taylor and Mrs John B Wilson The enrollment the first day was as follows Primary CO pupils Interme diate 38 pupils Grammar 42 pupils Sub Collcgate 36 pupils Collegate 52 pupils Total number of nonresi dent students enrolled the first day 20 i FOR THE BUSY BEADED A report Is in circulation In tic City of Mexico that the United States and Mexico are about to make a joint naval demonstration against Honduras j I Richard L Hand the commissioner appointed by Gov Hughes to report on charges brought against District Attorned Jerome has submitted his findings to the effect that none of the charges Is sustained I I Officials of the American Tobacco Company at New York said that no decision to retire front Kentucky had been made but that the ters of tho field buyers had beadlJuarI moved trout Lexington to 1S Frank P James the State Auditor gave out a statement In which hoi reiterates that through an error bookkeeping by former Auditors the school fund has been deprived of aI largo sum He takes Issue with Judge- S W linger his predecessor I Judge Thompson In the United States Court at Cincinnati denied the petition of the Union Distilling Company and others for a temporary Injunction i restraining the Government from currying out Its order that imitation whiskey must be branded as suchI Beautiful Wedding of Mr Acton And Miss Turnham The marriage of Miss Wlllye Turn ham of Hartford and Mr Romney Ac ton of Sulphur Springs took place at the home of Mr and Mire Almon Duke at C30 oclock Sunday evening August 10th A few friends and rela tives being In attendance The bride and groom were dressed most becomingly Rev Hugh OSullivan of Whltesville said a most impressive ceremony After congratulations tho young couple entered a carriage and drove to the young grooms home where an elaborate supper had been prepared The supper was very nice Indeed and all present seemed to enjo it Mr and Mrs Acton have a large circle of friends in thro ghthls community who wish them a long happyand successful journey through life ONE PRESENT Ass OF E NOT RESPONSIBLE Burley Society Issues State ment utingCharges Various Organizations Have No Connection Whatever in Any Form Recently tho Trust newspapers In cluding the Lexington Leader have published a page of platefurnlshed by some Irresponsible person In an effort to discredit any and all organizations of farmers more especially the Tobacc growers These papers have persis tently contused all tobacco organiza ions with the Society of Equity eith purposely or ignomntly and have sought to hold the American Society of Equity therefore responsible for all the troubles growing out of the tobacco war both alleged and real This notwithstanding tho National President last April prepared mid had published an address showing this to be false giving the members of the Society of Equity by counties In Kentucky the table of members showed that this organization had no following In the county or locality where It was charg rampantIthat It be read at a meeting held at HowIpapers at his special request It Is passing strange that the wise well In formed people still call on the Socie ty of Equity to stop lawlessness in Kentucky Every official of this so ciety from the highest to tho lowest have repeatedly denounced lawlessness and at every meeting of any state or county union which has been held since t Ida trouble began fn Kentucky has denounced It by resolutions The National President at the Jan meet ing of the National Board of Direc tors requested that body to offer a re ward for the conviction of any mew her who should be found guilty of any outIto this no member of this society has ever been Indicted arrested or accu sed of having participated In any of these crimes We make this statement without fear of successful contradiction and we call upon those who are guilty of this slander either direct or by In nendo to either produce names 6f par ties accused or forever hold their peace This society has no connection with InIIentucl exIofIcrime controlsIwe respect fully call their attention to the fol lowing taken from the address issued by the Burley association in response to the attack In the Trust papers above referred to Following this tame recital of an Inconsequential correspondence the writer proceeds to give the history of sonic difficulties between factions in theA merlcan Society of Equltywhich- may or say not be true without in any way affecting the Burley Tobacco Society The American Society of SocleI are operating under separate charters constitu tions and bylaws without official or business connection The part of the article therefore which dealt with the American Society of Equity Is not only trivial but entirely Irrelevant In any discussion of the Burley Tobacco Society It was not meant to enlighten but to throw dust and to confuse It may be said also In passing that the Amrelcan Society of Equity did not organize the Dark Planters Pro tectlve Association was alleged by the Tribune nor has the American Society of Equity over gained afoot Ing in the Black Patch The Black Patch was organized by F G EWing J B Fort and Charles B Fort with out any reference to the American So- cIety of Equity But this too has no bearing upon theBurley T obucco sO- ciety 1 4 1 4 7 q is II jc 1 1 Fbb L 1 j 1 4 44 I 1 t ttl t T BRE ENRIGES t 9 fIt t N 4- i I llardinsburgKy Sept 12 and 3 A display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Runningt I Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the greatest in the State Something to suit everybody tA real Kentucky Fair I M H BEARD Secretary 11S10 VERY OF THE BERMUDAS Tanous Wreck Seleved to Have Jnsplred The Tempst FroI- bJBher Tpgether vtth Drake UawkIns and half a score of other belon f1xigttixtlSaturdaytame of this great EUzatethu tar inaInb rtKhl the practical eoTerr1 and aunexntton of the nennuWt Island Is to lte celebrated at Whitchurch CAn onJcorum Dorzetshire by the UDel- lJngo a xultable memorial to the hero This ceremony In the ancient churenl of SL Candida Is to be performed most iCapproprlateiythe lJermudas Lieutenant Gelleral Sir Ucnr Geary It will be th e three hundredth anniversary of their an nexaUonnIUn at Whltchurch or near L1Ue- ItIKfg11I A 0 trjt day and month uncertutu eorge Sonimers 1 Lid tohave claimed lescent from the nobe family of that name Cradled o toi- sJCIk In the stormy times of the 11z- aboUlan wars with PhllllJl of SlD1 oungjtadyoung SQmers served under md wo tlmootem and regard of among ou- clFLIrd Do La Warr It was In cow panf with that gallant Admiral tb- 4Somrs Lt in his good shill the Sea VexIC geanc Venture bore away for lIdAtlantlc In IC08 lie ult1- 1JlrevJoitsl been Imlghted by Jamie I In IGDLiow he was to be jusUfiel- lot himself by a sJllendld and lucra1- Um feat of pluck endurance and the Indefinable tjuality known as grit PLa celebrated discoverer CalltaIn John Smith had beell made udmllll- Jtrltor of the nowlfolluded VIrginia Compan Hut says Sir Clements Markhaiii this able administration w- im3pcreedel Is lord Le La WarI ilel1 al- oolJlted Captain General of tho colon y with Sir rliomas Gates as Lleutenut General anil Sir G Somers as Admiral SaIling In May lC09 they were shill wreckerl lit lJermuda The oUler sh14ls fanning the tlUaIrOfl of Sir G Somer arrived mfclr nt Jamestown The Sca Venture with Sir G Somers Sir ICalm IlIlIl Captain WiOrt on board boen ast ashore on the Uenuudu Out of the wreck and with the ced2x- of tile Island two veiiela were bunt calJed the Patlpnce anti tile JellvaI UlC Il this means the colllpany or 140 men and women WI safely CX11 veyLd IL01h lcrnuida to Jtn1ton In 1city IGOISlr G Somers afterward returned to llcriuuda with the ob t of forming a plantation lie tiled there holirfl lihi Intentions could lie fumnI- cd but the colony at lIermauda wz Labllxhtd The death In question eL j due one may add to tlio unroinan- tirseucloteatlng c too laige a quantity of a ptrUcwarly delicate roast pig T wartl Admirals apPftito for io lx WB1J not Inferior to his appetite for cDIp1roJ e ltJs at cornron ballet that SbllktSi VrpIp1rntron for The Tempest frail k 1 fl la 6lau41XJUlIILDY which excited II great deal c- intut j t and enthusIasm In the England of that day Somers and his hardy saUQr Wit re national heroes and rlgllt1y W3 There II meanwhile a pro ilQSal to cehbrate the tercentenary olt ow aeqnIsWon of the IJtrmtidas 12 palant to lie held next year Ix this case may one hope that the Ollpo- rwnttr wUl ot be lost or Introduc th Shakspurs with l wealth of lo ca clot sqgesthe of hIs Inspiration or The Tempest by the wreck of Somers ole the Ilerniudast aal wairot Fwture High xjjleslyes are destined to play a far more Important part In future rarfare than they bae played In the i 1sthigh xplo2lves may be brought to Mar ullon the warsshlps or an omy for thllir destruction One i In the bursting ot I charge of the high ex mlvl arUlmllerclng projectile an other Lil La the submarine tOrt1edo either In the stationary submarlne minI Qf the sellpropelled torpedo of which satttrtytle and the other b La aerial torpi d oei hUge projectiles carrying charges 1or halt a ton of hIgh zp1ottres droll vi UPOfl anti about the war ships o- enuIy r 11111 principallllfOJrelis bax bpen In the lierfecttns of burtsln g Iilarlpi for armorpiercing IlrojccUles- anlL today we arc able to fire high IiUlIloslVfJ llrojectU from vowder guns anL to penetrate tile thickest umor lllaWp without xillosioo until the jeetflt has iand through tie plate to tie exploded behind the plate with a trtvcr tielay lctlon fade Totiny when we are able to lOf- ltrat I heavy nrlllor with IlIojecttJeli- chargcll with a high explosive iO par tnt more lioworlul thati ordinary dna mite we look Jack with a rnse of mln glad wonder und unuseJUellt to the grotaqiie itneuniada guns for utxhul torpedot on which this throwlnIi meat uluandered more than iibout 20 IIcars Z4o Still ane good feature about the 5c I pneumatlI ytitni and It Willi the Idea ilng large charges upon the deck and III the water surrounding the war ve II- t cfe1sthe system was th e employment aLfb oahlIreitited air Inetoad of gunpowder b or the vroiectlon of the torpedoe frum the gun togetlcr with the flagUeI harater of Ulotol11edo causing which JttclUded all lJOSJlhUltr of lilercing tpn the thinnest litructureIt For SJe 11e bare about 70 acres of goodI fLrfAlAnrlon tJJo llarta Ford roadoneI and hall mUea from Sunny dale direct l iiydwel1IJi and out buildings NicLfyoung orchard and abundant III neros fine hottest land will grow G4 or gO bushele earn to acre 1 J acres ClC roUlng bull yery ferUle Two fine SozlnltS everlasting water hounded On bt South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half iit moms new located South side Clay Jtreet Uarttord Ky Price and rm reasonable ARNETT SJ4lTH AentL i t Hi1r I 00D ROADS iiitaVENTION CALLED fl1eetln to be Held Durth Week roorIILouisville I At the Good Roads convention at Eminence In July a temporary State organization was effected for Ken- ucky and the meeting adopted a resoluI t ion looking to L vernlanent State organization of a Good Roads Assocla tion at a meeting of the State Fair In Louisville on Thursday September litI 90S aud the meeting rotlutstfll the Governor of Kenntucky to Invite all the people of the State to attend or sentr I tittlltive enough to Interest the whole t State In the movement for good roadsIe The resolution has the heartiest sym tbllIplness and convenience of our people I minviteterett In good roads to attend the meeting to Le held at the State Faitr tOIlIG aood litcourts which have charge of road conc tructioxi In the several counties I s sthouldRoad CommIssioners und SupervIsors as tar as possible and that tlui Coontoof each and o iirdelegates to this Convntion and thatIeacb Conimercial Club or tTradeelegates and tlio State c thAssociationthe press and every OM interested In Uo building and keepingup of good R safe public highways iiit earnestly In to attend t IuedstroIg permanent organlzlltlon or ablest and most earnrt citizens In this wlioh State should be made this meeting nnd that atjII wlli Le able to make all the people learn and ulitlerstand what a blezIng b Kenefite to Kentucky The Association will be able to Interest those who are now ndirferent and to stimulate and en ourage county and local organization tor the good roads movementI S The last General Assembly vassed act to subpiit to lollUlar vote anI amendment to the Conslluttoll whlcb- wlli authorize the State to rid In tile building of good roads ho IhOS- tvrosperous State In the Union now 11 have Constitutions and Statutes which JnstitujIwhere the traveling Is worst and thc iCy poorest they cannot build sit ble roads without Stnto help and our Constitution ought to bl amended In the Interest of ths movement It will not be difficult to avoid the mistakes which were made mt lie old turnj which were made In the old turnpkc- ad movement and which gave rise to a great deal of feeling against State helll for good roadZil The o- ilmendmenta voters at the November election of 11909 Its adoption will depend large uJlon the result of the ProPosed State Good Roads Assoclatlop which should bo able to aroUse Public Interest and mold pUblic sentiment In favor of Ita adoption theIIleople m ore or COdts the geople ij10n badtr they male It hard to leave home ard to get back hard to haul hard o visit hard to get to Heaven some me There Is nothing that man can of that will do more to help the Ileoille than good roads whle h male It asy totravel easy to bring goot home easy to haul your produce ac 1manufacutres to market easy to go I school and church and easy to aold any hitter thoughts that bad roa cause A good road doubles tile valt of the land doubles the profit of ULa faInd town doubles the chance to make a ving dbuble the attendance Fit and school doubles the ness of the children to stay at williein1 ead of flocking to the cities doubles and sometimes quadruples the load yc U4 n haul cutS In two the time It takes go anywhere tr get back again cut i two the cost of hauling cuts Laid wo the wear and tear on wagons ax arness and stock does away with an e worries of ball roads and will arry life education and blessings to e re niotest counties ort he State verybody Is invited to the Good IThereInteresting and Instructive in regard Lo bentIg and keeping 1111 turnpike and gray el This movement has my most endorsement and I trust that will provo to ho a great blessing to tleollleJI am requested to say that nn Infor- belbatecretary of the Temporary Organlzl FnlrOrrlcetSlgnod Augustus E Wilison Governor of Kentucky tugust 14 1908 for Sale A four room cottage in IeHenrs- p1cndld garden out bulldlnsIlnd good water W C Sm1ti McHenry 513 EQUAL JUSTICE WITH- OUTRE6ARUTU RAC I I The Demand of the Republican PartYContrast of the Democrats i REPCDLICAN SENTIMENTS The Republican party has been for moro than fifty years the consistent i friend of the American negro It gat him freedom a tl citizenship It wrote Into the organic law the declaratlona that proclaim his clvll and liolitic i rights and It believes today that h noteworthy lrOniess In Intelligence Industry and good citizenship has earn ed the respect and encouragement of Justicerorwe declare once moreand without xie- servation for the enforcement In le te fourIrll0the Constitution which were design i for the protection and duvelopwet deIvicesalone as unfair unAmerican and reo pugnant to the supreme law of the ZindFrom Republlcnn platform ad opted at national convention R108 rnmOCRtTIC SENTIMENTS The white man In the South has disfranchised the negro In selflrt- ection 0 and there Is not a Republi an In tile North who would not have done the same thing under the sun10 circumstances Tho white men or the South are determined that the negro everY1whereJennings Bryan Inl speech at New York In lIDS I favor and if elected will urge with all my lower tho elimination Df the negro from poUtlcsHoko Smith Governor of Georgia Secretary ot the Interior under Prulldent Cloy land 1n my opinion the granting oft universal sufferage to thu negro axLBt the mistake of the nineteenth cent 1a ryCol Hulary A Herbert SecreI tary of the Nay under President Cleveland We stuffed ballot boxes ae shot negroes we are not ashamed of It Senator TUlIJlan In United States Senate S Mr Shermans Speech of Acceptance There Iii no dubtfu1 rte n CUdate Sherman Tariff expressions nts speech of August 18 respondIng tot 10 official notification of Ida Itoininatic by the Republican party for the Via Presidency rings true to Protection First then let me say that I am II Protectionist NQ one doubts It Long years of faithful and efficient service as a Representatie In Con have proved It M1r Sherman Egressnever wabLletl on tho Taxiff Ho has always believed that American labor and Industry should have the tlrst lien on the American market So far as his voice and Influence can af I feet legislation ho wiil as VlcePresi dent be found on the side of tinre ProtectionI pint pro forma reasonable iroiit not alone for the manufacturers whoso capitals Is invested but for the wage earners us well for the farmer who 81111plles the raw materla Iror the miner who dig haneIsfnlshed lrodllcL Without proUt these can Le no business Mr Sherman would first insure a llroflts by shutting out unfair and In jurlous competition and would then dl vide up the profits among ai that are ntitled to a share Experience has proved that profits alloweddAmerican market Also that employ ment dlisappears anti wages shrink leaving the wage earner only II beggarly share of the proms and Probably no share at all A revision of the Tariff with the reasonable prom principle strictly adhered to Is the pressing need of the time It Is because of the heavy Inflow- so cheaper products from abroad that reasonablo profits have become Im possible Accordingly mIlls und factories are running on reduced time or not running at nil and 2000000 11- 1tlaans nhi out of enhlIoymcnt Mr Sherman Interprets tho RepubU remedIa r of needful Protection Whoa that shall have been done there will Lo no Idle mills and factories and the 2000000 artisans will get back their jobs Surely this Is worth striving for It there Is In this campaign a single Issue or any group of combined issues so Important WI the question ot res workuidIssues arc Notice to All Interested It having been ordered by the Ohio ttunly Union of the A S of E at its last meeting that we act as re otlocalscommunity or local desiring our ser Qrrnngtngfornotice PresDAVID 1ASI1J 10 aCAUlth Yoti Hue Alwrn Bevgh1 gllture aIL rv liftiRIi GBI4DE VERCM 3CNOW OF 27F 6 i I JbcATALO6UESUSSONSJNOOXKEEPIIcGBYMR1LGRADUATfSR1TE 140W ADDRzss BOWLING GREEN BuSINESS UN1VERSITV OWUN GRIKv i 0o I d i- sf I I 1bI Q 1ITI11 ii 1 UNION T00ACCO ERStII In lntere t of Butlere and Dark Tobacco throwers I Incorporate Under the laws of I KentuckyRut Plan Will Be- Sulimlttedto Dlstrkts Bowling Green Ky Aug 21ThU- nion Tobacco S lcletrwus formed bere being a union of all the tobac co growers associations ot Kentucky Tennessee Indiana and Ohio There were 300 delegates representing the various nssoclatloI although by th I call only two representatives from eac district were permitted to enter Into the deliberations During the day while the committee was at work speeches were made by C M Hanna and M C Rankin Their were seven societies represented the Dark Tobacco Growers associatio- the Old Green River association the Stemmers association the Onesucker association the Burley Tobacco society tqe Indiana Tobacco Growers asso clatlon and the Wisconsin Tobacco as- sociatlon F O Ewing was made chairman and Clarence Lebus mere tart The committee deliberated all th afternoon and at night reported In fa vor of the union under the name of tbe Union Tobacco society A corporation without capital stock will bo formed under the laws of Kentucky Each of the associations In the union Is en titled to one director and one addition al director for each 25000000 pound raised last year up to and not to exceed three These directors will se lect an executive board of tire direc tors who will serve until the associa tions met and select another The organization embraces a hun drer thousand tobacco growers Among the prominent people In attendance were F G EwIng Joel B ort W C MeChord Clarence Lebus M C Hann- M a C Itankin A L Davenport an William Elliot The organizers are e- thusiastc over the prospects and say marjItetstlon provider that the principal place of business shall be In Louisville 6C o thAIlimitpromote the Interests of tobaccoj growers and to handle sell pool to of members of the society The cenItrialwhich all the tobacco growers so cities corporations and organizations I In the United States may unite and through which the same may act and transact business as a unit and decide all controversies between the different organizations members of this node tyThere shall be at least nine direc tors who shall be elected one from each of the organization compQslng the union and an additional member for each 60000000 pounds pooled by such association the year before OUt tr officers are a president and secretary and such other officers as may be prescribed by the bylaws These are to be selected by the directors The president has the power to appoint an executive committee of five members of the board of directors to have ac tive charge during the absence of the entire board The nrtlcles provide that any other tobacco association may become III member of the Union Tobacco soclot arIIe1es011IDmlzationreport back another meeting to beI held In Louisville October G There was much enthusiasm during the meeting ressrs McChord and Lobus made rousing speeches to largo audience I ant night Thinks It Saved Life Lester 11 Nelson of Naples Maine trays in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New DIscovery many years for coughs and colds and I think It saved my life I have found it a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than 1 would be with out food For nearly forty years I j New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a Lrreventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lung It has no equal Sold under guarantee tall druggists fjOc and 1oo Thlal bottle tree m j Division of TimC- Ihrottgh the fundamental divIsion of time the day appears intuitive to most persoi It is well to remember that In the arctic region the mark frig ot this dlYlslo1I bno means I11waly b r The Farmers Wife ii about her churn Sho s aldstthorougblyafterusing and give- sItu sun bath to sweeten It She knows that if her churn Is sour itwill taint the butter that 1e nJltdQ In It Time stomach a churns 111 the stomach and No and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like time churning or butter Is It not apparent then that ifthls stomach churn is foul it- mnke3 foul all which Is put Into It xlmo evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bad tasto In the mouth ant tM foul breath caused by It but tho corruption of the pure current or blood and the dissem Inatlon of disease throughout too body Dr lInrcns Iniden MedIcal Discovery make3 the 11011 and foul stomach sweet It does for the tomach what the washing and nun bath do for thechurnabolutely removes every tainting or corrupting ele blotchesesores or open eating ulcers and all humors ordlseae9 arising rrom bad blood If you IIIA bitter nasty foul tute In your mouth coutel1 tongue foul breath are wEak and easily tired feel depressed and dC Jondrnt have frequent headaches dizzy attacksguawing or dlstrcis in tom sourhappetite theso symptomsoranyconsider able numberof them indicate that yon lire uzylivergcsti9n or dYSSlesla and their attendant derangements t I 1m ence e u v ont s rt ere provenstoyouursatisfactionif W Dr R V Pierce nulfalo N Y for a free copy ot his booklet of extracts from givingtheInto hlsworll1rnmrd nwdlclnes and show menethin one of distinguishing between day and night Is to observe the time of high and 10I tide DIvision of time Into months comes from the motions of the moon Inlays Polynesians and Australian aborigines reckon time exclusively by months That and l1asIcharacterized by the regular succession ot the seasons has presented the greatest difficulties to exact tetermln atlon party because the seasons areInot sharply dlstingulsted in some gions partly because elf the universal desire to establish among tho year whichnmy Inhabitants if there ore any mustl rind It extremely difficult to establish theImoon 1eprlves a It has no year for Its axis of rotation Is perpendicular to the piano of Its orbit and the latter Is almost circular QUAINT AND PECULIAR WOMEN OF PARAGUAY Patient and Good Natured Dress In White and Go Barefooted Paraguay Is rich In local color The picturesque character of the native populatloq with their quaint Indian features aid habits of everyday life are Interesting to anybody fond or observing strange lhacs of human life fly nature these people are la- dent and gentle seldom complaining chattering and laughing from j sunrise to sunset and taking small thoughts of what the morrow may have In store for them I It Is hard to Imagine how Lopez coUld have drilled them Into fighting- material of strength enough to keep In check the combined forces of Argentina Brazil and Urguny for five long weary years and It speaks volI times for the Indomitable energyof the man that ho was able to sustain his position for so protrncted a time Clothing Is very much of a superflu Ity in Paraguay says the Boston Transcript The attire of the women sheetIlitoheads and around the body In nfoor Ish fashion The drem s of the men Is equally simple consisting only of cotI ton shirt and trousers Both sexes arq guiltless of foot covering At times nn almost uncanny feeling rises when II group of these whiterobed dark haleId maders pass suddenly with the silent trend of unshod feet On II morning In the market places the women folk nock to sell their J wares carrying on their heads the baskets containing the few cents worth of native produce they have beer able to gather together for disposal in the towns T he soft Guarant language the common tongue of the Paraguayans adds further charm to the scen- eTho r Best Pills Ever Sold rAfterdoctoring 16 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hUtdreddollars nothing has done me- a much good as Dr Kings New Life P11l Icgnsldm hem the bo tpillk ever sold rites ii F Ayscue of Ingleside N 0801d under guarnn eat all drusgists26e m I IFARYNATURE FAKERS INIRElAin Bias Battle of Cork Was a Fear Isome and Wonderful t itContest j I Apropos of a bird hattie which oc IrelandIwonderful bird battles that were fought one of them In the slice above I the city of Corkl n October 1621 and the other over Dublin on Christmas oe of 1G41 accounts have appeared In the press The chronicler ot the battle which was fought In the skies above the city of Cork In October IG21 prefaces the story by admitting to report strange or admirable accidents is sub jest both to danger and disgraceto danger In that they may be held as prodigious or ominous to disgrace In that they may be reputed fabulous I nut he says he does not Cey disgrace because he Is able to free himself i from any suspicion hy certificate of personsIInI court and diverse In London at this I present as also bY the testimony or right honorable and worshipful per reputationInowes beholding the sane during the time It occurred corroborajworshipful persons time story of this stran o battle of the birds may ho hold were starting antI they began to muster In the opening days or October Some we read came from the east others from the west and tlO accordingly they placed themselves eastward and westward of time city The citizens more curiously observ- Ing noted that during the time they assembled the stares of the east sought their meat eastward as the stares of the west did the lIe westward no one flying In time circuit of the other These courses and customs continued with them until the 12th of October which day being Saturday about 9 oclock In the morning being a fall ant sunshine day upon a strange sound and nnolle made as well on one side as on thu other they forthwith at one Instant took wing and so mounting up Into time skies encountering one another with such a terrible shock as the sound amazed the whole city and all the be flercoIand Into the river multitudes of stares some with wrings broken some with legs and necks broken some with eye Picked outand some their bills thrust Into the breasts annd side to their adversaries In so strange a manner that It were Incredible except It were confirmed by letter of credit and by eyewitnesses After time first shock of the onset the conflict was renewed with re doubled fury and the most admir able and violent battle was continued till a little before night rho following day was Sunday mal as apparently the stares weho Sahlla- tarlantl tile bottle was discontiuucd but on Monday It began again with most distressing savagery The birds mounted In the all amid encountered each other with like violent assault as formerly they had done and fell Into the city upon the houses and Into the river wounded amid slaughtered In like manner at before reported but ut thIs last battle there was a kite a raven and a crow all three found dead In the streetsront turn and mangled Eo ended the BinIs Battle of Cork which It may be as pokEntoIby rlht honorable and persons Twenty years later on Christmas eve 1G41 the nerves of Dublin citi Bens received a very severe shock It was growing darn such all Inendl ble number of sea gals ravens and crows assembled together croaking and kicking over our heads in so strange n hideous manner that thus continued till 6 oclock at night being an hour especially at this time or the year that fowl are seldom seen m heard abroad Nay the shouting of many muskets and or diver pieces from the castlo could not atfrigiit or scare them away nnywe on my con sclencesays the annalist In a tone of pious terror were more afraid of them than they of us What It should mean I cannot divine but the oldest man In DUblin never saw the like fI tbY this we may have good cause to conjecture that God by his apparitions for retells His udgjment In signs and wonders without speedy repentance we have cause to fear will suddenly come upon liS There IS something that Is almost funny it the quaintly expressed terror with whichr tlio chroniclers record the strange liappenlngs inrk and Dub = IIn when the seventeenth century was young but we must rem mber that I M- v tl- r I tht lived in i simple age and held a slmlllerrl1lth Ulan ours with liar iot heard of the fame of j the Kllkeimy cats The Kilkenny tats says a correspondent of one of Ion the Rapers wore not illustrative Jof cat fight was introduced by Hessian sol diem In 1i98 At that time Kilken- ny was garrisoned by theta They amused themselves iii barracks by tying two cats together by their tails and throwing them across a clothes line to fightstn officer hellllng of the cruel pdactice resolved to stop It As he enteredz the room one of the troopers seizing a sword cut the tails In two as the animals hung across the line The two cats JS caped minus their tails through nn open window and when the officer twoIthe room hewns coolly told that two cats had been fighting and had devoured each other all but the tails A Grand tamlly Medicine It gives me pleasuro to speak C1 good word for Electric BItters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 936 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver com plications while for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regu late the digestive functions purify the blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitate of both sexes Sold under guarantee at all druggist CiOo m SOME EXPENSES IN THE YEAR Of 1851 Interesting Disclosures Made By An Old MemorandomI Book An old memorandum book huts mit I come to light In which sane Intere3t Ing prices are recorded They make EaglellAs these I The woman who keopt this account book paid to be sure 36 to go from- 1Yestfield Mass to New York and 3 more to go front New York to Pltlladel pima Jut she pnid only 28 cents a dozen for her washlubealltlfull ironed und brought to her tlrJOrand 10 a month fm lien houlll and says that It was goodtoo 13he had her daguerreotype taken aI single picture and paid 160 for ItI We cm improve on time price She bought a pair of slmoes for 123 and had n dress cut for 3713 cents The accounts bristle w lth half und quart cents Things cost somethnes a lip sometimes a levy Time former was 614 cents time latter 12 hl cents She bought ft pal of rubbers for 8112 cents and wrote them down as guths For her pew tent at church she paid GG 23 cents a quarter Her gowns were nmado of debugs de lame and unlit uud she paid 1iij for time fitting and umaking of one She wore congress gaiters and paid the exorbitant price of 225 for a pair She bought a copy of Agnes time Itew of her Corrlu a hook which tuna of us remonlmer to have seen lying on parlor tlmleR even In the 7Us It svns considered n wonderful work in Its time and must comfortable to thosE inaffictlon For teaching school cloy eu dveeks this woman received S2 She paid 3o cents to go from l1est field to Springfield and U fret Springfield to IInrtford with caerlago hire Sho usually went front Haltfrod to New York by boat but she males ono otitry Hartford to New York across time laud anti then neglecte to record the price She has a tooth drawn anti pays 27 cents We reflect that this was before the days ot anaesthetics She hunted In her lamp fluid n lfighly inflauunablo oil which preceded the satet kerosene Those seem prlmltlvo anti homelyy thonjhut days to some who road these lilies i York and the vicinity there may been higher living In litany respects than nowRoyal Chickens e of Japan The most beautiful and extraordinary chickens In the world are those bred by the royal family of Japnn the privilege of raking them not being accorded to any of the mlltndos sub jectsJsays Mr L J De Courrey or Yokohama at the Rennert These chickens are celebrated for time won derful growth of their tail feathers a fullgrown roosters tall often reaching n length of 20 feet The tall Is of a lovely deep blue shado whllo Ute body is buff A pair of these chickens has been known to sell II wealthy Englishman for 1000 oncQndltion that ho- tcmrldtake them out of the country I believe that ere long time spCEle- ywnl entirely disappear asI heard be tore ij ilng Jnjian that It with time In t nntitin of himt mnjecty to cause their brec hnsBulthnore American 4 rv The Kind You Have Always ecnht and which Los boca in use for oer 30 years 2uttt Loruo tiro signature e sod hhas hexn mu10 ruder his pew YLfltl sonalsllpcttlsion since Its IllfaJlcTof AUOtrna rno todeecivo you in thieti All Counterfeits Imltatious aaliJustasgood are brut Experiments that trifle willi oml endanger tho health aFi Watts and ldroaFaperfenee against Fvcperlrnent I What is CASTORIAI criteria Is a hanJJ1esf snbtituta for Cactor 011 Para gorie Drops and Suothlug Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opluns If+nrpitleo nor other NarcoUe substance Its age is its gaartntee It destroys Worms and allas FeverIsisness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It asMnlflates the Food regulates the Stontaels and Bowels iring hln1thyami natural sleep The Childrens PaoaoeaThe Iutlrers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO YearsT- aeatuaoonnnrrtymartI tewroesCITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville He13ld135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal L50 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat L75 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and iarm 1a25 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippenootts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwicecWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro InquirerS75 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiOO3Veek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National ragazinel5CTHE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 filE RlUnLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 13a Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANmt 1 129YEARSIIb Of Honst Business Reputation bis Back of Every ub- itIMIONtrKENTE SOLO BY us t hEOSMISCIIEL SONS Er tPROPRIITORa = = Owesnboro Monumental Works 4i 412451 8MalaSt Yvdo 2t1216218 Clay St lIC 1 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tE 43 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You f64Money on All Good Honest Worlt ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waitiug your choice at our place Wo Con suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting for you without evon asking for your order We havo the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up oven without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean In dies and gentlemens clothes itt a satisfactory way I fl CLUB RATE 1pO PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMrr WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop w ti d- j tt q Hartford Republican C M BARN ETT EDiI TE7TPIi02SS9t- 3soacn O oZln 40 zir aZ FRIDAY AUGUST 28 REPUBLICAN TICKETI For Preisdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN- of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE- of La Rue County ANNOUNCEMENTS j FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W D Taylor a candidate for reelection to the position of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary electlon5 January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce J U of Fordsvllle a candidate for Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We arc authorized to announce Judge R R Wedding of West Hartford precinct a candidate for Judge of Ohio county subject to the Repub election January 9 lican Primary 1909FOR CIRCUIT CORT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G Barrass a candidate for reelectlo- to the office of Circuit Court Cler of Ohio County subject to the Repub lican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERKI We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre cinct a candidate for County dour Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce- S W I Tlnsley a candidate for reelec tlon to the position of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precinct u candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Ji Thomas Allen of Roslne precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County PrimarYjelection u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun ty subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County sub ject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR AS E6 OR- e are authorized to announce G Davis Royal a candidate fcr Assessor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Hal ley E Grown of Cool Springs precinct a candidate for County School Superin tendent of Ohio County subject to I the Republican Primary election Jan uary 9 1909 j VALEDICTORY j Dating from its previous issue have severed my connectlonas one o the editors and managers of The Re publican leaving as the sole edito- and manager 1 r C M Barnett wh will now share alone the blessings and blames of the publication This course has been taken by rea bon of the fact that 1 have become a candidate for County Attorney and s announce this week My candldac will take up practically all my time until January when the nominates primary will be held until which tim at least I shall remain disconnected with The Republican I became the editor of this pave In July 1903 at a time when there seemed to be at least a possibility that the publication right IrjThomasmanager to pursue a different nUll more remunerative avocation Supt I DeVeesefortlfled by a good salary derived from his office after a few weeks trial as editor and manager surrendered the charge because of the onerous duties and meager Income the former of which intcrferred tool sharply with his official duties Under such conditions I a young lawyer with amblton to make my mark as a jurist wholly Inexperienced in nowspaperdom accepted the trust and from that date until January 190G unaided except by generous friends the affairs of The Re I publican were wholly in my charge and under my direction At that time I Mr Barnett and I became associated I 4 in its management and editorial dlrec tion Notwithstanding the many and varied dutleswhlch I have had to per i Y paClper E r aR Ul1uectbestu1YR abreast of the tlmeeas a lawyer I desire to thank from tile depths of my heart every reader and patron of The Republican allof whom I believe to hey my friends They have kindnessescounre years 1 have been with The Repulj lican It is with a tinge of regret that I surrender the trust+ Only the gratification of iny lifelong ambi tion to be County Attorney of Ohio county could lure me away Should I be nominated and elected the means earned from the public trust will in part at least be used to maintain and make The Republican greater and better as I shall retain the share I now hold In the plant Mr Barnett who now assumes en tire editorial and business manage mentbelng the pioneer editor and In- stitutor of The Republlcanls elegantly qualified by years of practical newspaper work adaptability and high educational attainments to main taln and even Improve the present standard of quality of the paper Were it otherwise I should sacrifice CounIr and stay with The Republican With malice toward none with love to all readers and patrons of The Republican I handthe scepter to the succeeding sole editor Yours truly- C E SMITH WELL DONE CountkY in deciding to call a primary election to settle the contests over nomination t for county offices will we believe meet with approval of an overwhelm Ing majority of the Republicans o Ohio county The election Is brought home to them and they are such invited to express an Individual choice in the various contests and It should be the determination of the rank and file to see that absolute fairness and n free and untrammelcd expression o the people Is had The Committee has shown that It desires to do what the people wantregardless of any personal Interests It has shown that it stand for the interests of the Republican party shore any man or set of men Those who may have thought that a convention would produce the best re suits were honest In their opinions but we believe they were mistaken in their Judgment There is a widespread feeling all over the country not only in Ohio County and In Ken tucky but in all the other states that the people have not had enough say In the selection of their officials This theytare express a direct choice and with a fair set of rules to governand a primary con ducted open and aboveboard there can be no just cause for complaint This paper will take no part for o against any candidate for nomination They are all good mnand we can sup port any of them cheerfully after the choice has been made We are con cerned however that there shall be no just cause for complaint In any precinct in the county over the con duct of the election We cannot de tend fraud or trickery in the prl mary no matter who may be guilty and we urge upon the candidates and upon those who may have to do with the details of the mode of selecting that they see to it that each man is given a SQUARE DEAL i7he effort to+make the labor vote of tile United States believe that ft tlclcletform 10 proving a laborious one The Republican party has always stood for earner4auds friend to the farmers Without vIwell paid wage earners there can b i no home market for the produce ofi quoae j purpose stanIdardthis country who are the most direct systemdpeople today for President to oUt the laborers as a substitute for the above paragraph The charge which Auditor James made in regard to the loss to the school fund of several hundredthou sand dollars through errors In book asiI former Auditor Hagerseems to stand In view of this loss to the salaries of and the school tfeacjVera of Ohio County other coun in Kentucky the change at Frankfort willno doubt be heartily approved by them It Is announced that Vice President Fairbanks will visit Kentucky again this fall in the Interest of the Republl nNltlonal ticket No speaker could PreIIsldentI w y I I DRT J EDGE The foregoing is a splendid likeness of Dr T J Edge one of Ohio coun tys honored sons who recently grad uated from the Louisville and Hospital j College of Medicine of Louis vllle winning a gold medal over lOG contestants Dr Edge was formerly a teacher in the public schools of the county in which capacity he distinguished himself for excellency and thoroughness He was educated in the public schools of the county and i at the State College Lexington Ky We bespeak for Dr Edge a most brllI liant careerIefforts were seemingly unappreciated by Kentucky Republ1ci1 she is not the kind of Republican to stand back when duty calls A lengthy speech delivered bya prominent politician In Western Ken tuck recently contained a sharp and unjust thrust at the American Society of Equity but no where any censure havetgotten to be thinking peopleand they take notice much quicker than formerly RepubllIIcans are help in carrying Ken ourfchances In the State looked a lit tle blue but with Mr Bryans assis j tance there Is no longer much doubt j of the result Mr Bryan seems to have changed his plans In regard to speech making He at first thought of Imitating theI McKinley campaign of 1896 and mak ing his speeches all from the porch Now It Is announced frontI expels to cover the entire countr There Is something radically wrong with our National Governmental af fuhEHartford Herald You have been saying all along that the Presi dent Lad stolen Mr Bryans platform Maybe you can find the reason In your own charge Thd Democratic managers seem to torsecure the negro vote They at once encountered the old trouble of dlstln guishing between niggers and color ed voters Hon Ollie James went up to Cln lnJ rat last week and carlred all that par a of Ohio for Bryan and Kern It will be entirely un necessary to send any other speakers to that section The Hartfard Herald Is still harp- Ing onM r Tafts religion If It keeps It up much longer it may expect a call down from someone high In authority After yearshard thelletlct tives have arrested the man who stole 17300000 from the subtreasury at ChicagoJNow that Mr Kern has been ornfdAlly notified the presidential cam paign may be said to be fully launch ed Republicans oreclaiming that they will carry the state of Missouri again this year We hope their fondest ex pectations will be realized The Ohio CountyRepublican ComJ mlttee has demonstrated that it Is a credit to any party in any cuonty I What would itprofit Mr Bryan It fie carried the entire west and lost the south In the coming contest FRiEDALANbTAug 25A protracted meeting be gan at Hopewell Saturday night Mr Gran Christian began a singing schoolat Cane Run on last Sunday Funeral services of Joseph Park will be held at Shiloh church on Sun day August 30 by Bro Horn of Late corn has been greatly benefited by the recent rains In this locality giving hopes of a good crop Mrs Labe LaGrand Is qulteslck atfo this writing e A Crowd of young folks from this n place attended church at Olaton last- S Sundayi j10klahomaMr JF Goff will continence a sing school at Shiloh church soonfI Mrs Battle Byers Is visiting rein near Olaton this week I I r 4y WHOLESALE iNbfcT- MENT fBANKER Intirested in the Defunct Owensboro Banks Judge Birkbead and Mr Ringo Urged the Grand Jury to Go After Them There Is not going to be anything happen In these cases out of the ordinary We are not going to fish for minnows a bookkeeper on some small salary not chargeable In this matter If I can get the court and jurors to do it I am going to turn the spotlight on this business going to find where the guilt lies Mr Finn and myself It was In this Banner that the Hon Den D Ringo commonwealths attorney for the Sixth judicial dlEtrlctoddreEsed the members of the grand jury at the opening of the August criminal term of the Davless circuit court Monday morning Mr Rlngos statement received care ful attention from every member of the paneL It had to do with the bank cases that are expected to come up for trial at this term of court Declaring that he believed the men responsible for the failures of the two Owensboro banks to be guilty of a crime under the laws of Kentucky the states representative said that it is needless to say that these men will not get a fair and Impartial trial and it shall be the part of the state to see that they will get a trial as speedily as the law of the land will permit JUDGE BIRKHEADS STATEMENT Circuit Judge Birkbead made a full statement to the jury He said in part I know you will do your duty Shirk never regard friendship never You are officers You have behind you the solemnity of an oath that itlytouship or business ties must not appear In courts of justice You will not regard them He warned any man responsibilitieswould excuse him Keep your con conscience clear Remember your oath Let no guilty man escape you but whoIfer not to have this responsibility but some one must do this duty You hav assumed it now and you must let you rightthenthat the high stand in this court a the low the rich just like the poor Apply the law to the highest it yo feel that they are guilty Indict ever guilty man who has deliberately viola ted the law Indict no innocent man Do your dutyOwensboro Messen gerFollowing the patriotic stand ta by Judge Blrkhead and Mr Rlngo windfall of indictments against officers connected with the two Owens boro banks which tailed n few months ago were returned this afternoon by the grand jury of the Davless Cir cuit Court says Wednesdays Owens bare Inquirer Those indicted are James II Par rash president J Otis Parrish cash ier and 1 X Parrish trust officer sit defunct Owensboro Savings Bank audTrust Company and T S Anderson president of the Daviess County and Trust Company James H Parrish was Indicted on charges as follows EmbezzlementSubornation perjury Receiving deposits after the bankI was known by him to be two indictments- J Otis Parrish is indicted on the charge of perjury by falsely swearing to the March 31 1908 quarterly state of the Owensboro Savings Dank and Trust Company Isaac N Parrish is indicted on the charge of making a false entry in the March 31 1908 statement in which tie entered an item of 60000 as due the Davlesa County Bank and rust Company when by sworn statement of T S Anderson president of the latter named bank did rat owe the Savings bank or another State hank one cent James H PArrlsh is charged with embezzlement by converting the funds the bank to his own private uses The subornation of perjury charge fpon the grounds that he procured his brother L N Pnrrish trust officer the bank to make the 60000 false In the March 31 ntIT S Anderson president of theI iefunct Davless County Bank andI Company Is indicted three times II ufbltow8 perjury by swearing falsely to the quarterly statement of the l1kou Warch 31 lit08 Embezzlement by converting the funds vl the bank to his own private l R ff J r llttOQ- i jriitheTho indictments Vere approved by the grand jury and over to County Attorney Flnn but have not yet been returned In open court But they fill be on Thursday Jtls whispered that there are other Indictments against the bahk officials not yet approved by the grand Jury but that they will be saonV probably on Thursday and Sttmost before the week Is passed jfrt jr 1w SMALLHOUS Aug 25noin August 15 to Mr and Mrs Herman Addington a boy and Aubust 19 to Mr and Mrs Jas Hallows a boy- Mesdames Sun Wlthrow andAlonzo France were the guests of MrsS W BUlbro of Hatanzns last Wednes day Mlllaf France is having chills MrT B Oveffuls is on the sick list r Little Bill Aldington and Miss Eulah Wlthrow were married last Wed nesday at Hartford The young folks gave them an old fashion charivari on Friday night at the residence of his father Mr Wm Addlngton Miss Ella Alhetton Central City is the guest of Miss Blanche Wlthrow Rev G IL Lawrence and wife of Beaver Dam were in our midst SilturI day afternoon and Sunday CIIgleheart off with the hay bailer InMgLean coun ty has returned home He Is quite ill of malaria Born to Mr and Mrs Scott quite recently a boy Mrs Cordelia Addington and son Archa Addington are visiting rela SfntlonI Henry Henry in our midst JloraISundayI and Miss i visiting friends In OwensboroMr Mrs Erk Fulkerson were In lour midst Sunday Mr Bode Dwlre is soon to bring his saw mill to Smallhous MrRobert Hunter wilt go to Car rollton today to meet his daughter Miss Ethel who has been visiting her sister and brother at Utica for several weeks Mrs Willie Igleheart and Mrs Wal ter HockerJMatanzas attended church tbHNiartinw j 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and dined at Mr J H Fulkersons- Mr Owen Hunter went to Ceralvo Saturday afternoon Mr Sam Morton went to Livermore Sunday Mrs Bettie Hatcher Centertown Ky is the guest of Mrs Jennie Ross Mr John Cummings wife and child I and mother were In our midst Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Overton car I Grow Grow j MORE WHEAT u Grow Better Wheat By using the tat Commercial Fertilizer made Twentythree years of successful experience with theHORSE SHOE BRAND OF FERTILIZER U Ought to be sufficient evidence of superior merit eI 1 4 to satisfy the most skeptical not offering you an experiment with lpriceits only recommendation 4 5 We are offering you a Fertilizer that is tried 4 5and true One that fully meets the requirements of themost exacting successful producer at a price that is commensurate with the quality of the goods I Mr Farmer c Do you know that we are the offspring of a sacrcessful farmer and that we wore raised on thetproducts of Horse Shoe Brand FertilizersfWe can give you thebenefit of ourown personal experience 0We can do you good and make youImoney jfyou will only trke advantage of the op j i portunity we offer v i 1 yl I P BarflesBtosl lis BEAVER DAM K- Yi Ji r I 1 2 f s 1 I j 0 r j 7 o11 h- rj y T y ywE IIft a camII- fI1 1 1 1f fllwff MN1M NAPPY INIe40AYI I VACATION DAYS ARE PAST AND THE LITTLE 1oNES ARE SKIPPING To SCHooL OR Do THEY i TRUDGE THEY WILL SKIP WiTii LiGHT HEARTS TRUDGEiWITH HEAVY HEARTS IF THEY MUST WEAR THEIR OLD CLoTHES WHEN THEY SEE THEIRI PLAYMATES CLAD IN NEW ATTIRE WE CAN MAKE THE HEARTS OF YOUR LITTLE ONES HAPPY BRING THE CHILDREN To OUR STORE WHERE THEY ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AND GET SOME OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS NICE SCHOOL SUITS ODD TRoUSERS GOOD SCHOOL SHOES NEAT CAPS PRETTY GINGHAMS WOOLEN SUITINGS HOSIERY ETC CALL AND I FIT YOUR CHILDREN OUT AT OUR SToRE OUR GIVE1SATISr o i4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 2- 8RailroadTimeUlnolsCentral Table North Itouml- NblI2du 1411t1 Iii Houiin 405 aru Nol21du ll8lBiiiI Hol duel2SOpm SnUH ln IMS p in Rol02dneMSpln No hl rtdf 812 p ID Typewriter Carbon can be had a this office Mrs Pearl Park Owensboro Is the guest of relatives In Hartford riogulllogwagon Miss Ella Castelen Evansville Ind I Is the guest ot Mr J H Williams s and family city e Miss Flossie Woodward returned Monday from a few days visit to relatives In OwensboroeI iii Would like to rent two furnished rs rooms for light house keeping Ad tress Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tf l Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R t F D No 1 will answer phone at A i J Carters Concord any hour Itf Dr and Mrs A S Yewell will leave z for Owensboro In about a month wher- et they will make their future home l1 Mrs Hooker Williams will return U today from an extended visit to rela- tivest v atBurksville and Bowling Green 1Ky t M sIlva Logsden and daughter i TheiinaSt Louis Mo are the guests t of relatlves In Hartford and Beaver Dam w Maairs Cicero and Dallas Chapman 2 OWQnsb rower the guests of their p Aunt Mrs LouIsa Tweddell city the first of the week t There will be extra and r special attractions at the OhJo County Fair this year 4 we are paYIng16c per dozen for llagge All other kinds of good coun tryproduce wanted at the highest 1 prices q1 t f tt SCHROADER dd I r JessrsrJ H Helton Tom White house and Dr V J1 EdgeMasanjJake 4 Jackson and or ft Benton Centertowh vfcUi 6 Rigland Sulphur Springs vEW i i Smith Ceralvo J C Hill smallh o t WattTaIor Matanzas and J Thom t lien Roaino were arapqg oureall 5ra I last itiu yt S f 1 J f ft r t1 1 Mr and Mrs John Blair paid us a pleasant call while In town Monday Misses Dora and Virginia Bell Ow ensboro are the guests of their un cle Mr J H Williams city Be one of the crowd and dont miss the many good things at the Fair Hon Alvls S Bennett Secretary of theR epubllcan State Central Com fathertMr W C Bennett Saturday and Sun dayI SehroaIderAug 29 In the Intoreit of the Amer lean Society of Equity Let every himI an Ice cream supper court bouse yard Hart ford next Friday night for the benefit of the 1Voans Missionary Society Everybody invited Miss May Rogers who for tho past few months has been assistant post mistress at Beaver Dam has resigned that position to accept a position in Republican headquarters at Louis ville Everybody works but father Bring the old man out and help swell the 1908 crowd at the Ohio County Fair WantedReliable energetic man to sell lubericatlng oils greases and paint In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission Yours very truly STETSON OIL 00 Cleveland Ohio- Quarterma1iier Marvin Black ot Co H Ky N G who has been 111 of typhoid fever In Lyon county where the Co has been on duty since the first of June has sufficiently recovered to be able to return home Or RD Beasley has quit the pro Prof Will S Taylor Prentia Messrs 0 W Harris Render 0 B Jones Taylor Mines M B Barnard and Esq B S Chamberlln West Hartford Misses Mattle Moseley and Maymee Shown city were among our callers WednesdayPeople whot her the splendid musics which the Can nejltpn Band made for the Ohio Cdunty Fair several years ago awaitsahem Y C oo Y + 11 IJjvlUoPresident sL Stevens pt tho A S of E Will speak at Concord Thursday night September 3 in the Interest of the order Everybody are cordi ally Invited to attend prletorshlp of the Now Commercial Hotel of Hartford and gone back to his former home at Morgantown This leaves Hartford without a regular Ho tel Tut there are plenty of boarding houses Eld WB Wright will preach at the C P Church In Hartford next Sundry August 30 morning and night Subject for morning service Tie Connecting Links Which Unite Heave and Earth Evening subject The Man of Gallllee and Ills UIOlIsI Everybody Is invited The well known and popular Cannellton Band has been employed and willI make music for the Ohio County Fair which begins Sep tember 9 continuing four days Last week weinadvertently omitted to announce the marriage of Miss Liz zle Campbell the attractive daughter of Mr C R Campbell deceased to Mr H M Hauser of Bloomington Ind which took place at the home of Rev N F Jones Sunday night August ICth These are popular young people and we extend tokens of Joy and happiness U thehome of the brides par ents Mr and Mrs 0 B JonesWed- nesday evening Miss Ernestine Jones was united in marriage to Mr Nich olas BarrnEs Rev A B Gardner of ficiating The bride Is the youngest of three daughters and Is quite popular with her many friends Mr Barrass is the youngest brother of I Circuit Clerk E G Barrats and has many friends at his home Taylor Mines where he holds an Important position with the Taylor Coal Com pany The Republican Joins their many friends In extending hearty goo wishes We acknowledge receipt of u com plimentary ticket to the Breckenrldge HardlnsburgI H Beard the Secretary This Is a young Fair Association last year be- Ing the first but it was very success ful and the coming meet promises oven greater success It has been liberally advertised in this paper both last year and this Mr Beard conclu des a letter to us In the following sig nificant words We believe in uows paper advertising We have adver tised in eight county papers Do you wonder we have crowds Mr Beard Is right It Is tile only kind of adver tising that pays I New Law According to the new law passed at I the last sct iou cf the General Assembly beginrlng next month all Justices of the Pete will hold a monthly term of court in their district for the trial of civil cases Court will convene In each district on the first Wednesday It the month rind continue In session xyi til all business Is completed Resolutions of Respect Hall of Fordsville Lodge No 600 F i A M Fordsville Ky Aug 22nd 1908Bro Charles Colloy Eeard was born Jan 22nd 1872 Was made a Master Inltheal Arch Chapter No 142 In the year 1902 Was married to Mss Abide Smith ot Fordsvlllef Ky on Novem ber ICth 1898 and was elected to the Kentucky Legislature In 1905 where he was acknowledged as an efficient and honored member of that distin guished body Died at his home In Ftordsvllle Ky Tuesday Aug 1908 11thl MaslterbeIlovededict we humbly and reverently bow Therefore be ItIResolved That in his sad demise Masonry has lost a true and faithful member the Baptist church a consci entious Christian and the country a good cltlzenhls family a loving and devoted father and husband Resolved That we extend to his family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in their sad bereavement that there be a page set apart on our re cords and a copy of these resolutions spread thereon also a copy Ito hisI bereaved family and one to each the county papers for publication G G LANUM WI FLEMISTER J D COOPER CommitteeI Mule ColtShow Qn Saturday Sept lB 1908 We will give a premium 1t 4s6 for the test mare mule colt mind HDO for the belt horse mule col tjfrora r our Jack Cyclone Show iotakoplaceInrodt ot pur Livery stable atUsSO p nion above date 6t2 BLACK mR HEAD l- y v 11 1ii FORHEB RESIDENT j i 5OF OHIO COUNTY Weddingf FarAway West This SJitIenWIShlnSon rtaotIutct llgelicer of August 15 Iat gives time jyll account of an event In which a former resident ot th counily figured quite prominently Mr and Mrs H p Taylor on Aug ua 10 celebrated ther sixWotlilIw4 d ding anniversary at their home In Elma Harrlwri D Taylor was born Qhlo county Kentucky Juno 22 1829 Me was married to Serena E Whitlock August 10 1848 They crossed the plains with their two Children In 1S32 leaving Jacksonville 111 April y Ater a trip full of hardships and peril they arrived at Pm land Or October 10 From Portland they moved to Oregon City They lived near there until 18CO when they removed to Ohehialla county Washington locating on a farm near what Is now the town oX Elma which Mr Taylor afterwards named Mr Taylor was the firs mayor of Elena and served the county as probate Judge for eight consecutive years Mrs Taylor taught the first school In the district having ahouiv twenty pupilsMr and Mrsnylor have two sons and three daughters living H RTay loT of Elma W B Taylor of Doty Mus C A Forbes of Kamllche Mrs M Fredon of Sheltcn and Mrs JW Dunn of Portland They have eleven grandchildren and ten greatgrand children BEAVER DAM Aug 26Mss Marlam Rhoads of I Corpus Chrlsta Texas has returned home after upending the summer with I her mother here Miss Dena Wax word is spending a few days In Hartford I iMlss Anna Mae Holt of Dyers burg Teun is spending a few days with her ulster Mrs R L Rum mage Mrs Jno H Barnes and children have returned after a two weeks vis It tc relatives in Louisville Mrs Drra Monroe of Rockpart Is spending a few days with her son Mr H Monroe Mr Alney Austin of Arbo Miss molhIelMr Verna Maddox after a months visit to friends mid relatives has re turned to his home at Austin Tex Quite a number of people attended the Leitchfield Fair last week Mrs French mind Miss Louis Riley are the guests of h1nd Mrs W H Austin fcr a few days Mrs D M Kelly has returned to her home In Greenville after a weeks visit to her father Mr Geo H Barnes I Mr W R Cook and family have re Lull ned home aftera visit to friends Jin relatives In Whltesvllle Ky Mrs JOMcKenney at her residence nt Taylor Mines on the 25th gave ErIlIelltineevcning She ws the recipient of many handsome presents The out of wwn guests were Mrs C P Austin uul Mrs J H Tucker cf Heaver INotice in Bankruptcy Court of the United States for tho Western district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of Coffman Coal Co- In bankruptcy To the creditors of Coflman Coal 3o ot Coffman in the County of banlruptlNoticeL day of Ang adJudlcaI Ilaw office of J ADean in Owensboro on the 1st day of Septem jer A D 1908 at two p m at which tithe the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a rustee examine the Bankrupt and ransact such other business as may roperly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy August 22 1908 JINGO Aug 26The ineeMrp at this place clog conducted by Rev R Lewis s still In progress Rev F D Baughn filled his regular appointment at concord Sunday- A A Carter and family and Lawrence Allen and wife visited uetr Jrcuiwell Saturday and Sunday Miss Verda Greer of Magan was the guest of friends and relatives here ast week John P Johnson Narrows was here onp day this week Mr Isaac Gldcmab and wife Wy in this neighbourhood wl18l11ereMiss Effle York who has been V5 11 HC f The College Idea ill Clothes I In the new FRAT line of Clothing we are showing this season we are of fering the young men of this city the snappiest clothing we have ever shown stylefeaturesof trade who demand the best The fabrics are honest and show that careful handling in their thoroughness manufacture that is so essential to allClothingCall yourself and you will appreciate just what we mean ARNARD 6fe CO s Hartford Kentuckytvisiting in Butler county and other points for several days has returned home W P HInton of Co H of the State Guards came homo Monday for a short stay Ho called on his old time friend Wilson Jones near this place Tuesday evening Lawrence Allen has gone to But ler county Ira Allen met with quite an acv cldent Sunday while out driving with a young lady The horse became unruly and tau away and collided with another buggy in which Wilson Jnne 0111I gies are badly wrecked Mrs C F Sthapmlre ot Hartford Is visiting her Aaughtr Mrs Henry weekImade a flying trip to- Y Youll be lonesome if you stay away Bring your girl and come ion boys Were looking for of you at the Ohio County Fair WALTONS CREEK fillled urday and Sunday Miss Novle Taylor returned home Saturday after spending twb weeks with relatives at Heaver Dam Mr J Y Montgomery Is repairing- I and building an addition to his resi dence Mr and Mrs J A Rhoads of Ren der are visiting friends and relatives In this community Prot EA Carter is conducting a singing school here H R Bennett will at once begin the erection of a new dwelling Jackson Bros Contractors The public school began here Mon day Herman Ashby teacher Sunday School Is progressing nice ly for the past two years there has been a continued Sunday School here throughout the year An Evergreen Sunday School is munch bet ter than the one the frost ertectsI HERBERT Aug 24Mr Frank Bruncr retur ned to the State University at Lexing ton today Arthur Burdett leaves for Bow 1MrGreen College Wednesday Several from this place attended tho funeral of Miss Mary Baker at Black ford Sunday MM Grant Mldklft who has heCL cjiilt sick Is better Mr and Mrs Obe Burdett entertain ed Sunday In honor of their soi Her berts Seventeenth birthday and the 84th birthday of Mr Edwin Miller Among those present were Mr Ed win Miller Mr and Mrs J II Cham bers and family Mrs Soloman Oben chalnMr und Mrs Henry Milligan Mr C W Phillips Walnut Grove was here Sautrday afternoon 1 MUss Corlne Swihart of Chambers is spending the week with Amanda Stew art JMr Walter Skinner and family visit ed at Mr Orlan Flowers near Pates vllle Sunday Mr and Mrs Dud Haynes Mrand Mrs Geo Barnett and Millie BIddle will leave Tuesday for Evansville Horn to Mr and Mrs Arthur Ford a son Mammoth Cave Made Free Horse Cave Ky Aug 24A num ber of patriotic Kentuckians are cir culating an immense petition asking Congress to turn the Mammoth Cavo of Kentucky Into a National pleasure ground for the people of the United States Under the terms of time will of the late George Croghan who own ed the Mammoth Cave It was left to his eleven nephews and nieces for life with Instructions that after their dllth tho Cave Is to be sold at public uuctlon to the highest bidder Only a few aged men and women of tho t original eleven remain aliverA petition to Congress is there fore being prepared asking that steps be taken in the direction of acquiring Mammon Cave and the land above It far a National Park free to all the American people and their guests j front foreign shoresdThe committee In ohrge of the peItition has sent bnctidoast a request that every one favoring the project send a postal card bearing his name and address to Burns W Beall HorseGCove will no doubt always retain Its old prestige as one of tho seven won will be added to the original petition and all the cards will accompany it to Wnshlngton when the bill Is Inr reduced in the House Illsl1Ot ex pected that there will be any serHoas position to tho plan and Mammoth Dave will no doubt retain its old prt tlge as one of the seven woudn bJt the modern world 1 sr- i e ri l1 f I 1- w c Pyt I I j 4 t t i UDWIG THE L NATIC Patti Once Threw Him Into a Frenzy of Madness A FREAK OF THE CRAZY KING He Frightened and Enraged the Great Diva by His Strange Whims and When She Finally Sang For Him In Munich It Drove Him Wild When Patti was In the first heyday ot her tamo Ludwig IL the mad king ot Bavaria set his heart on having her sing for him Dt his private auditorium In Munich lIo wrote letter after let tel begging Imploring offering extravagant sums of money but Patti resolutely refused to go She had heard too many stories of Ludwlgs freaks and was desperately afraid of him but ot last the king offered hr a sum so enormous that It seemed ridiculous to Muse It Then the sInger plucked up courage and started for Munich When she and her mold alighted ot the sta tion not even a carrIage was there to mOt them and they had to Inquire the name of the best hotel and call a cab That was the first shock to the divas nerves and temper After luncheon she started out to see the town and Incidentally to examine the posters on pouncing Europes greatest singer Not a mention of her name could she find She rushed back to the hotel and told her mold to pack the trunks Just at that moment Il resplendent officer delivered Il letter from the king The letter stated curtly that his maj esty would walt for her at 7 oclock precisely In the royal palace where Wit sInger In ordinary Mme Fischer would give her further directions Mme Fischer would also sIng with Mme Patti the duets which his mllj esty wished to hear A programme was Inclosed Patti wept with rage I have never been treated so hen tally she said I shall leave at once Tell the ling so I will not sing never never never The ofIlcer pleaded with the irate prima donna Ills majesty had been wild with excitement over sInce be knew she would come and had not slept for three nIghts so great was hIs joy nt the prospect ot hearing her Besides added the officer you know your king IsIsIsCrazy snapped Patti Yes thats very comforting isntit I dont know achy I ever came Just then she caught sight ot this postscriptIThe king appear In pure color whatever and not by any means to wear a satin gown but soft wool SIlk Is painful to his majesty His majesty will have to bo pained have no white woolen gown except my peignoir I shall wear red velvet Reds groaned the officer Oh no nol Red sends his majesty Into fits It you appear In rod he will scream and have convulsions Oh do be pa tJent madame I will bring Mme Fischer to you She understands the kIngs nerves She will se tIed from the room explainIafter Mme Fischer np scene She soothed Paltl Into good humor and also attacked the white I 9ol vclguolr anti trausformcd It Into I n becoming Greek robe Before 7 the royal earrlago arrived 1 at the hotel and Patti went to time palace She was led through dImly lighted rooms and corridors Into Lud wigs private theater which was In utter darkness save for the that entered through the moonlhhtII Patti stooo upon the dark an orchestra somewhere out began a soft prelude Through the Gloom she could just make out u white taco In the royal box opposite the stage Not another auditor was In the great hall Iattt felt the cold shivers crpephmg over her She shook with nervousness and fear and when sltu should have begun her aria not a sound coulll she make She opened her mouth but her throat was paralyzed from nervous terror There was a pause The king sprang up nllll leaned forward out or I the box Its white facD gleaming In the inoouliglit The violins repeated the prelude Patti gathered herself together and made ono heroIc effort per voice rang out into the great empty place and the kIng sank back Into the dark box Patti though badly scared made the effort ot her life and finlshlll the aria from ra rravlatn triumphantly and stood flushed with victory Dead sl lence Not n sound came from the Gloom before her She went off the stage In n temper Mme Fischer was behind the scenes and Patti waited with her for the slgunl to sIng the i next number A messenger appeared at the door Ills majesty had hadI enough music and hall gone to his apartments For a moment Patti stood stunned Then she laughed Time rudeness was so colosJal that It was funny Mme Fischer took the diva to supper and then home The next morning lime Fischer called at the hotel once more aecom pained by the court chamberlain who bore the promised check an autograph letter ot thanks from time kIng and some jewels ot great value King Ludwig Mme Fischer sold was In one or the maddest moods wild with re gret cursing himself nUll cursing Pat U lIe hat walked the floor all nIght groaning that he was a traitor for PotUs voice had so ravished his senses that for one moment he Dad gone over to Italian music and hal been false to Wagner the one musician who alone had satisfied his maJllItys soul That was better than having bored him added Pdttishrugging hereliout tiers I c J 7 k JdJo CAPTURED BYA TIGER The Fearful Experience of tutEnglish Sportsman It Is not pften that a person who half bees In the claws of a tiger can tell later pov the experience seemed to him John Bradley an English sports man had tho good luck to escape with his life from such II predIcament and to his Narrative ot Travel and Sport tells what the sensatIon was like ne was hunting tigers In the eastern part ot Burma when ho met with the ad venture Two other Englishmen wore with him at the time We marched along carelessly with out observing order or caution and were not prepared to take advantage or Akbars warning when he exclaim ed Beware sahlhl and a full grown tiger wont past us at n gallop A straggling volley was fired after It and although evidently not struck the beast stopped and rearing up on Its hind legs clawed the bark of a tree just as a cat scratches the leg ot a chair or a table Mr Grant and I fired simultaneously but without effect and before 1 thought or the creatures Intention had tlmC to flash through my mInd 1 was down under Its paws Seizing me by the left thigh the tiger shook me as a dog shakes a rat and then growling horribly dragged mil at a tremendous rate through the thick undergrowth of the forest 1 heard the frightened shouts or my compami Ions and the report of several shots I and then a dizziness onme over me but I did not loso consciousness As I was jolted through the forest I several times caught hold ot the trees but the tiger growling fiercely shook me free In an Instant All this time although Quito calm and collected I felt It strong desire to preserve my ox lstence and never for a moment ex perleneed that apathy with regard to the danger that some persons have de scribed under similar circumstances how long I was In the jaws ot this brute I cannot tell It seemed to me an ago before the creature stopped My companIons afterward declared that I had been dragged at least halt a mile from the spot where I was first seized They followed as fast as they l could run and although I was uu aware ot It at the time never lost sight of the beast To this circumstance I undoubtedly owe my life for had there been any delay In rendering moo assistance It mutt have been tutu tomeTime moment the tiger halted it released my thigh and seemed to be at tracted by the approach ot my com panlons although as yet I did not see them myself Taking advantage this release I tried to escape to oCI shelter ot some tall bushes near hand In an Instant and with a terrible roar time creature pounced upon me seizing me this time by the shoulder and nt the same time lacerating my chest with Its claws A shot was fired and I heard the bullet whIstle overhead Fear ot hit ting me had caused them to aim too high A second and third shot were equally unsuccessful and the tiger again releasing me began to lick up the blood which oozed through my jacket I began to feel very taint nllll could not suppress a groan Several times the tiger dabbed his paws ap parently In play about my face but did not use lts claws fortunately for me Presently the beast seemed to be seized with a sudden rage and began to spit like an angry cat at some one approaching whose footsteps I could hear but whom I could not see owing to my position for I was lying flat on my back There was the sharp bang or a rltlclose to my head a heavy weIght tell across me and then I com pre bonded that my friend was pulling me from under the dead body ot the tiger The Gates or Paradise Once In a year and at ono place In the world there Is a crusts that sur passes anything else ot Its kind In the worlll It Is the great fair of UaU1- Iarlil which Is annually helll In the town ot Palt Pattan in British Indlll It Is held hl honor of time famous tl- I arldllIlDln surnamed Shaltar Ganj or sugar store from the tact that his hotly hud become so pure by contllluni fasting that whatever WIIS put Into his Inlstalltlthrough nn opening mode In a pnFslruI joinIng the shrine memmrlllg 5 feet and called the gates of Whoever between noon and night Is able to pass through this opening is ns cured ot J1arlIl1 e und when there are 50000 striving to pass through at till same time the crush Is somethUng tlr braltenlandGladstones EccentrIc Attire Mr Gladstone cared little about per I sonal appearance oDdball It not been I for the loving cnrp ot Mrs Gladstone his dress at times ollld scarcely hltIbeen In keeping with the dignIty position During one ot the Mldlothinn cam pnlgus Mr Lucy In Memories ot Eight farlinments Informs us when hl was n guest ot Dnhneny hI dally wore an ancient short cut much tray ed cape ot the kind Sham liam and i Japheth might hne worn when they took their walks abroad before the flood necessitated the ark It was compact ot a cheap shoddy material called I believe vicuna It was in vogue among other monstrosities ot fashion In early Victorian days ThIsiwas probably the only specimen the last quarter ot the nineteenth ceh j tury Even It could not debase or dls mlso the native majesty of GladstoncsI presenceI h I t I I AfrIcan Natives Drum Sigeals oqAtricathor signaling with drums bytivhlch- meansthey rap out messages from vll logo to village and it is quito wonder ful how swiftly and how tar they are able to spread newS The drumming Is always done at night when sound travels farther and as one lies awake on a still clear night the ear Is often gently assailed by the low musical roll tram i1 drum In the village near and one watts with pleasant expectancy till the answering echo comes mufIlM by distance from It village sometimes two miles away Wide World Magazine BohemIa Bohemia 1s youth Youth Is everywhere It Is bounded on the north amid east by the barren desertot middle age and on the south and west by the stOp and Impassable mountains of success The true bohemian Is drunk on nothing but ambitions and Ideals and though theso leave no headache they frequently leave an emptitiess of the stomach The true bohemIan has an appetite the morning after but there Is often no breakfastSydney Bulletin Public OpInion Public opinion Is a willothewisp It Is here today and gone tomorrow Public opinIon crucIfied the Christ amid the centuries have condemned It for Its act Ever since that tlme the public has been making blunder committing crImes furnishing the evidence of Its own unwlslom In every time and can tryDoston lIeralll TraIned sly men work well said a police commlsslqner because they are well trained Training you know Js every thInglie paused and smiled Two physicians were discussing he saId a certain pretty nurse Was she ni traIned nurse said the- first physlaan She must have been replied the other She hadut been in the boa pltul u wOk before she was engaged to the richest lmtietit Washington Star A Limited Luxury Two Irishmen weru discussing the phenomenon ot sleep Said one W bear us won uv thlm poethry lads calls It bald natures hair rtslltoorer 1s assented the other shlapes- a grand luxury Its u pity Q man cant tape uW1ke long enough tu try It list whlu he8 thlnkln phut a clue long sbnoom hell be hovin begorra Its mornlnlJudge Gallant Lovsr Silly boy ShA said why did you get offended 7 Though my words were severe you might haTe seen that J was smiling Well be replied maguanTmously your mouth Is so small I didnt notice tPhlladelphla Press t TELLS OF A BEAR WITH A HISTORY Animal Made a Record RaldliJlrI Hotels In Frozen Alaska The changes are strong that wlthlll- R coulile ot months there will be admitted Into the animal colony at Was Ington Pa1k a black bear from corele City Alaska which according to the stories told about him by his recent owner Robert C Curry ot Circle City Is likely to demoralize all of Keeper Deans wellbehaved menagerie Teddy for that Is the now common place name ot this proposed addition to the zoo Is only In hls teens as regard his bear age nut lie has ruined the best chof In Circle City has cost much money by his dissolute habits and has required a reputation known to nil AlaskaMr Curry gave the bear to his brother WIlliam of Milwaukee And William Curry says lie Is going to have the beast rlgllt over to a regular bear Keeper Lean ot the zoo Teddy wase nlturel1 by Indians In the frozen reglous to the silent North way north of Circle City lIe wasless than allay n sixmonth day old when he was caught His real career began however after lie and his brother struck Circle City and became the property or Mr Curry who Is a wealthy mine owner there- At Circle City a man can pay higher prices for food than In almost any oth er spot under the sun Porterhouse steal come at 7 and side dishes are only eaten by mllllonnires ilt was when Lognette the Circle City hotols French chef forgot to put the straw berries In the sate that Teddy cut his lust caper An order ot srtawberrtes and cream andIberries stacked up when Teddy turned loose his appetite They represented about 200 Teddy Cite them up clean Then he consumed enough other deli SURE CURE for AU Diseases of- fSTOMACH Lm t e KIDNEYS J drI 1v if caciestoYepy enta small tortunei Atm this was paid for by Mr Curry trhls was Teddys first offense The next 1mehe got achance Teddy raided the Arctic Inn a sblonablo hostelry la the ruining city and stole IL twelve pound ham with 17 and all of assorted meats worth 20- tlfr Curry begahto realize that the bear vas Ii costly asset It hail ahead cost him 282 But while thqm owner or Teddy was wondering what tp do the latter hastened his decision by entering the store of a bankrupt Seat tie merchant which had passed into the hands ot a receiver Teddy crawl Into the store by night and stayed there for two days His last raid was im expensive one and after settling It Mr Curry chained nil his pet amid took hIm to Indl a o1illi0 JI Bnthe t- Blptve o GDE1IrtI British Rival of Burbank Somp ot the achievements or that re markable horticulturist Mr Luther Bu banks In Southern California seem to have been rivaled In England bya Lancashire farmer It is said that on Gartons seed grown pear Warrington a sngle ont plant surpasses by several hundred cereals any plant ever grown In the world it Is tile product at- twentyseen years practice ot n cess called accelerated evolution and has been obtained by crossing a hlgllly developdd oat will certaIn varieties of wild oats which have an Incal culable capacity for generating seeds By these means time Lancashire far mer obtains a yield or lCO bushels unI acre somothlng over twIce what Isl considered n good yold In other parts I or the country So practicul has the process been round that In thirty years the yield ot sonic crops has been completely doubled nlll It may reason 1111creaseearsr The Western Kentucky State 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THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFOR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GVARANTZXD BAlISAarO1- 08 MONEYZEFIINDED WTRADEMARK omxmdla Euwsipeneaadbejproutoatroe Send model oukch for FREE reportOn telltabWIT so tAQINIiREIERENCEe lbrtJeaowTrente wAG to seveNOTONnthSilFOa1AI 4- L dUt di Ii i 71E- wn- PfACE U A MOUNTAIN otTfie Wonderful Feat of a Gaunt Kanaka Runner lEAT HALF A DOZEN HORSES tryaIt Wal a Terrlflo Test of Endurance and the Sturdy HawaIIan Native Won Easily Though Two pf the COrtpetlng Hones Dropped Dead I Did any or you ever hear ot a thirty nro mile steeplechase for man nllll beast Inquired n California wan to- a1 party of turf followers when stories ot queer bets and long sliots weru go- Ing aronntt Well there was nn affair ot that kiwi down In the Uawnllun- imnch In the fall ot 1893 when that geniAl gambler Knlakal1u was king ot the Islands There were no tell phonJ joining the Islands thus and messages and mandates there car nod by the Interlslnnd steamers and d UveredbY Kanaka runners These runners could gallop all day like American Indlaus In retreat or ou the trail and they dlclnt know what get HnG winded or tired meant Kalakaun thought u good deal of these runners ot hIs He mulntl1huel that they could go faster and further than horses over the Ilawailau cuun t try In thIs he was disputed by n nun her ot the white ntttches of hIs OllltI milakaun wagered 3000 In gobs of 1000 with flee or them that hI would pIck out a runner from among the Rat nakas whod gt from Illlo to the top ot the burning lake of Kilauea n dk tare ot thlrtyflve mlle quicker than any horse and any rIder could do tiit trIp They snapped the king up nt even money It looked ns It they hlll the good enel ot It The kIng and n big party from lIonolulll sailed In one or the Interisland steamer to lillo un the main island ot Hawaii to see till finishIThe klllg pIcked Ip n huge lithe sinewy Kanaka n man about thirty years old who had been employed as- a runner Ql the island ot Mani for u number of yrnmto try the trIck for him Eight Kanakas made the start nhorsebnck on native ponies hrlt away back from western cnyufe strong sure tooted nippy trlllllerll little demons thoroughly used to the bad roads and the climbing The king and hIs party had gone up to the Vol cane House nt the top of Kilauea lu- coaches the day before to be on hand +k to greet the winner Now I understand that that road from Hila up to the burning lake of Kllnuen has been Improved since tilt tIme Im speaking of but It surely was- a bad trail then It was only wide enough for one wagon and It wart a tortyfive degree affair ht the climb all the way up The palms that IIneclI the road used to get blown across thlI trail by the score In bIg windstorms anti the coach drivers counted It n part of their business to jump from theIr seats every time they como to these obstructions and shoulder them out of the way ThIs work hal nil been nt tented to carefully however In ac- lVancl ot the race by order of I nla- knun and It looked like n pipe for thl- cnyuses nIl of whIch hail made till run up many a time nlakaun dIdnt ask for any hnndl cap allowance for hIs man The run nor toed the scratch wIth the horses and they got oa together nt thr crack ot the gun The horses distanced the runner tram the jump and he let them dlstnnce him lIe was dressed In ad strIng and he just tools up n steady lope and let the cnyuRes gut out of h- islSht For ten miles the cnyuses were so tar above hIm on the trail that hl couldnt even see them but thIs I nnn- kn knew how to walt The horses began to come back to the runner tnng before the Ilalfway House was reached and the Iiauaka- was just galloping along It the begin nlng ot tile third hour wIth the same big stride hI hud started In wIth Ids arms up and shooting out In front or hIm tike soldiers on the double time drill There wasnt n punt In him when he fetched up ot the Ilalfwauy ilIouse lIe stooped down there to I rlng bpslde the road and took n rOil rnyI1ero up n heads Oat for they bad been going utn lIp that they had never been pushed to before The 7ianaka beaded the hunch n mile beyond the Halfway house and It was n big romp for hIm the rest of the distance Re took n position for the remaining seventeen miles of the Journey about It city block ahead ot the writhIng and panting horses and he just ptuck to his lope Itke n man wumuJ up Ile never let ern get nearer than a block to bin for the remaining thrrl hours ot the trIp looklllg hack at them With a grin once In awhile When only three miles yet remained before thrI Volcnno house was to be reached the Ianaka took another drInk out of nIspring and begun to draw away The Kanaka riders whipped and spurred their horses but It was no good oTb- oK5naka runner disappeared out otI theIr sIght on the tortuous trail and when sic or the cayuses pulled up atIthe hotel veranda about threequnrtels j IIUngonidrinkIng saki Two of the had dropped u 1n their final ofort-r The Kanaka made the titlrty rive m11o trlpo over sticks and Stones on n rohy road In G hours and 40 minutes Ii and hO looked fit to run for hjs life r Iwhen ho got through WnShh1tau- t talking4aboutiIs tnlliingTabout rlsanteiel1ilAnonymous- i Ii j s Ii H t ta n- tL AI rwd rt A TRYING LANGUAGE liiJ The Study of Japanese la 8urrougdd by Diffloultks Japanese Is not nn easy language even for the natlye born subject of the mlkndo but it Is very dllUcult ot acquirement by the westerner Cllvo Bal land In hIs book Old add Now lapnn tines not she foreigners any enconrngementsthat they will ever be able really to learn the language It takes a Japanese child seven years It Is sail to learn the essential parts or the Japanese ulllhnbet To use n JRpn neSe dictionary Mr r10llnnd says ont must he familiar with no fewer than 14signs whIch way bt said to serve the sonic purpose as luitlal letters In American dictionaries Then utter one has tracked down III one ot these 214 signs some part ot the character fo which hI is about to undertake nn ex- ploratlon he still has a veritable uert pole hunt ahead of him The pompous first personal pro1l0lln Is avoided whenever It is possible In speaking Japanese It It musi be used It Is introduced casually but generally the abstract noun selfishness serve In Its stead For exulllllle n Japanes would not say I dont drink wine hut WIne dont drink or It this Is not clear enough Selfishness wIne ownIIJOSserslons residence he says That mlseruhle house which ot course could refer to no other than his own On the otll er hand That beautiful house would easily Identify the house us belonging t some one else- Moreover any ono who wishes to learn Japanese must be prepared t nnelltheInpaIr and wishes to cIa so aloud It becomes necessary for him to translate the written words Into the colloquial To be able to rend any ot thu higher alas Japanese newspapers Mr Holland says It Is necessary to master nt least from 2500 to 3000 Ideographs t He Held on to His Knife On the afternoon ot Julie 1 1873- an old painter natdted Wllllnm McCul laugh while painting the brIdge nboe the falls between the first said second SIster sal tnda tell into the rapIds In- stnntly he was swept furIously toward the cataract hut whIrled Into lesser waves so that Ill struck against nnd seIzed n rock not far above till brink Hundreds quIckly gathered on the shore and watched nil eager to help but ignorant what to do Among theta was Thomas Conroy who secured n cool of rope fastened one end to treo on shore and with tho other end In hIs band waded out ns fur ns he could and occasionally swam the water being from eighteen inches to sIx feet deep lie aimed far up stream to allow for the power ot tile current nnd last wIth great dlfllcuity reached the unfortunate paInter and bound hIm to hImself with the rope They wero swept Qrt their feetseveral times on the way back to shore but the rope had been firmly fastened and they finally landed safely When they reached shore It was found that McCullough still clutched hIs putty knlfo firmly In his hand having held It dur- Ing the three hours lie had been on the brink ot the falls Dublin Bootblacks 1780 Among fur populace ot Dublin 1 tiSO the slacblacks were u numerou and fornlilable body The polish they used was lampblack and eggs for which they purchased nil that were rot ten In the markets Their Implenllnts consIsted ot n three legged stool II has ket containing n blunt knife called a spud II painters brush anti nn old 1 wIg A gentleman usually went out In the mornIng with dirty hoots or shoes sure to find n slcoeblack sitting on bIg stool nt the corner ot the street The gentleman put his foot In the lap ot the shoeblack without ceremony anti thl artist scraped It with his spud wiped- It with hIs wIg and then laid on hIs composition DS thick DS black paint with his painters brush The stnrr dried with n rIch polish requiring no friction and little Inferior to tin club orated moourn fluids save only tile In tolerable odors exhaled from eggs In n high state ot putridity whIch filled any house which was entered before the composltlol was quite dry and sometimes even tainted the air or lash lonable drn win room lollshiugshoes we should mention vas nt this tlme- rethnenlent n almost confined to cities people In the country using grease An Insulting parrot Dnynrd Taylor related the followIng about u parrot once owned by n lady In Chicago When the great fire was raging nn owner saw that she could rescue note lag except what she instantly took In her hands There were two objects equally dear the parrot and the old family Blbie and she could take hit one After a moment of hesitation sbe seIzed the Bible and was hastenln g away when the parrot cried out In aloud and sqlulUn voice Good Lord deliver usl No human beIng could have been deaf to such as appeal lli precious Blblo was sacrificed and tit bird saved UP was otherwtge p clllr bird In the house to whIch the parrot was taken there was among other vIsitors u gentleman rather noted fo volubility When the parrot first heart hIm It listened In silence for sonic- time then to the amazement of nil present1t said very emphatically You talk too much The gentleman at first ombarrnased presently resumed his interrupted des course Thereupon the parrot laid his bead upon one side gave lin Indesrrlb lihlycomlcal andC H n- apdaddet There he gmagalnl r oi I J ya q- I t ACCIDENTS IN ART The ftulrlof a lumeJonea and the Mending ofa Turner Avery various history la fiat of- flumeJones favorite picture Love Among the Ruins writes M H Spiel mann In the Londop Graphic The oril lnnl picture was In water color and was sent to ParIs by a firm ot art pub ushers for reproduction and In that cIty forwarded to their photographl studIos In the suburbs The pIcture unhappily preceded the letter ot In strrictlons regardIng It warning the photographer ot the medIum In whIch It was painted so that immediately on Its arrival It was brushed over with white ot egg to bring out the colors for photogrnphlnnn excellent prorf dare In the case of oil pIctures harm theri3urneJones picture Ipve was very soon among his own arias for every swish of the brush brought oft the final touches and left n mer smeared ground SIr Edward nnrncJones was I heartbroken nt the loss ofn work on which his reputation he considered would In great measure real and on which hl had spent ninny months ot patient toll and the very perfection ot IbIs execution In the relllzntlon ot one ot the most poetic conceptions that had sprung from hIs fanciful imagination Iovo Among the Ruins was paint ed durIng the years 18i031 In October tS1J3 It was destroyed and by the fol lowing your the ell version urns tlnillh- rd hut was scarcely n consolllUon to the artist for the loss ot hIs tllllt Ullll- more spontaneous warp Incidents ot this sort are happily not of frequent occurrence but one case whlel11IIot beautiful Turner drawings was In the ilnhlt ot Instructing nOrm well i known nK honornllll picture deniers to I overhaul hIs drawings but his rnrnt had not for some time been rsI sand the glasses lad hcrnrae roach ened wIth dust On his lenvtng the senIor member ot the firm 4 ent toI his house acid brought away the pre clous drawings and carrying them into the room behind the shop tool the first drawing out ot Its frame and mount preparatory to dusting It DUll I Iuhl It on the table Being suddenly called Into the shop by a customer hl covered It with n sheet ot Whntmnn paper nUll left It Ills brother entered from the street uud passed Into the ever vate room A momuut later the other followed nUll found him knife In hand cutting a UllIlIl1t on the top of the Tur nero With n cry lit rushed to the paper antI lifted It ullll there the horrified brothers found the 2000 guinea draww lIng cut Into two pieces Whllt was to ho done ro mnl1 n cleufn breast ot It was upparently out of the question so It urns dettrmlUldto cull In the ClelrInrtlllt IIIIlI repairer attached to rumoul1tu111the trees lie picture was In due course taken back und reining In time for owners return A couple ot days tillI came un urgent letter clllllng the to the house Look nt thlll said tho colllctor What dues It luenu11 Theres u tree here I never saw that tree before No more Seri I quietly replied the dealer I told you that you would hardly recognize time drawings wlllu the glasses had been cleaned In able and out Why you could hardly see them The owner through still explanationnI nearsguessed the truth The dealer told the storyy himself shortly before his death Will It meet the eye ot the hoaxed pro evictor I wonder A Marvel of the Eat I Among other feats lu the east the learning by heart of the Koran LI very widespread Not only men hut worn en nut children can lIo found who can I repeat the holy hook from beginning tu curl without n mistake Tukltmg It In r snail numbers the loran contains together with the additIons whIch IIIe Included In the recitation sonic ti0000 words This Is about the length ot nn average up to date novel but unlike time novel there are no connectlllg links the whole hlKJk being n contused and much mutilated Jumbleto enable the reciter to remember To make the I least error would be n deadly stn yet even children can go through It nut this Is not all For nn Arabic I recite the Koran Is wonderful enoughI no doubt hut he understands what im sayingft Is not to him un unknown languagebut for n child of another nntlon to recite It from beginning tol end without understanding the words he Is saying Is n much more wonderful I tent of memory and very few of those outsIde Arabia who cnn recite the Koran know more than n few or the sImplest words It they know those Enplande Lion I The British lion means so much to till nil that It seems almost treason to tertrlble wild fowl to quote notloml that foreIgners think him but stud to say this Is so For In the outer armorial I bearing ot England our lion Is n 1001- nrc1 It was nil the fault of the early ourrarms seem to have been derived Atcording to them the lions peasant gnrdnnt or the arms ot the kings of England were either lions leoparded ther1n rude tricking would reduce 1them to leopards arid this our lions orlJlnnllf were The Emperor Fred erIck In choosing his presents to our henry III so construed according to Mathew Paris our royal shlp1d11I qua tres leopard trnneuntes Ilgurnutur that Is iu nhlcb three leopards stalk Jrfg are figured Thus IIeery seemll to 1clwhenemblematic beastsPelirsone Weekly t t 1 1 THE KENTUOKYI Light and Power to 1 INCORPORATED I COSf II HEALTH YAND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t iB WITHOUl THEM WHEN IN I REACH i+ + E G BAR ASS Manager I l WHEN a country becomes civilized it de typewriters When it becomes posted Qn comparative values it demands iTHE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER The fact that The Smith Premier Type writer is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further tact that the demand increases year after 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PUNCTURES NAILS Tack or Otas will not lot the air out sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now use DESORI lONlloiadeln all sizes It U 1 ive1- qaudeasydd ngverydurableandlluedinsldewithlTt l lepee a u adIlIgthealrtoesatfi ve HV also rIm tr II- up anand Ponce or twice In II whole season They we h no prevent rim cutting Thls outerbytread Ther ceo res rpa r orSY ItIULYO-OadvertlsIngpurposeawearemaklngaspecial the rider of only 450 per hlppec1 same day letter ti received We ship Co O D on approval You not paya cent untils you have examined and found them SlrlcUy IU represented We allow a cent making the price 8lIlS per pair If you send FULL OASII WITJI OIIDE U and enclose this advertisement We will also send one nickel plated brass hand pump Tires to be returned at OUR expense If for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us us as a bank you order a pair of these tires you Sod that they ride easier run faster wear better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen nt any price We know that you will be so wen pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of IF YOUNprD TIRES nedgethorn PunctureProof tires on approval and trial at the al Introductory price quoted above or for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and 0 lira at about half the usual write us a postal today DO NOT rJIINft OF BUYING II DO NOT WAITbutpair of tires anyone until you know the new and wonderful offerS we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW d J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Enter SchoolI DlInglGrelll frAddressKy 52- Bunkiens I Arnica Salvo WIns Tom Moore ot Rural Route 1 Coch sorlcomecould find nothing that would lien It 1IVC1Less drugIgistst- ir d I rvvTv rrOPTRIare7saa Anyone endlnr a skeleh and description ma- qnlekl ascertain our opinion troe whether an invent on tlountrlot ycomldenttal14AN0804on Patents soft tree atenu Patents taken tbrouch Munn Co eetve- rprelai notke without obatlle In tb- eSdtntifle JlmtrkanIflest led weedy rauasst air dbyallnekaeealeynaoar UO801BrosdaayNewYork- nrasth ONce CW I SL WlLlbIDIIIO c 4 or 1IDff1cXvTcD1AS Ohte County Circuit Courtr F Birkhead Judge lien D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldldtt Jailer Ed G Darras Clerk Frank ro- eUx Master CommtsaionerY 1 M s6Icy Trustee Jury Fund It D Martine Sheriff lIartford DeputleS Al- Iratcher L P Crowder Vt C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes tint Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW D Taylor Judger- W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney lIartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Courtlies Ills oft the third Monday to January April JUly and Oc tober TUesdayany In Uctobtr Usher OfflcerN Moxiey Surveyor hree S W Leach Assessor Itdg- ltoyJamea WeeseSchool Sttperlnteal- ent t Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo t JUSTICES COURTS J II Williams Beaver DamMarch t4 Juno 23 September 21 December 2- 1lv 1 Miller horse DranchMarch 26 Juno Z September 2 December 2- 6lv S Dean Dundtelllflh 2i June 26 September 26 December ro- W n Edge ordsvJlJolarch 29June 2 September 27 December 28 H S Chamberlain IledaMarch JJune 25 September g December i Herbert Render CentertownMarch 30 June 28 September 25 December dolor H ti11les RockportMurch ItJune 3i September 30 December 4- HAltloORD POLICE COURT It n Wedding Judge J S GtenuCity Attorney S H Seibert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SothServicco lIeconQ- Sunday In each month at 11 II m and 7 P m and 4th Snday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Iastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday avid Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting everJ irlmrsdayevepin I SundayInRev notarth Pastor Chrlstlon ChurchIcrvlcls every fOuru Sunday nt ii a m and 7 p m ne- W D Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E I Smmmermnn C M Dar nett E E LlJrkhead Wayne Griffin UooKer Williams and Ernest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 6i5 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each EThomasKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrday night In each month nR Riley High Priest tollcoe tender Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghtl of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 999 K O T M pJeownon Keeper- Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEMrs E D Pendleton Lady Records keepere Preston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regUlar meetings Saturday belb5e the first SUnday In each month F c Porter Commander R A AnderIQ- I Mit Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red I Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month Isaac Foster IIcy Sachem J tPey Foster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day nIght nt 730 G D Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary OFIClAL ROSTERi American SocIety of Equity of- I National Officers C M BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VlccPres Trenton Ill l0 D PAULEY See Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown Ky S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyCAL P KEOIVN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMIrII See Hartford Ky CASTORIAFor Infauts and Children BougbtISignaturoof I The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Moue I IS llYI DISTANCE TELEPHONE IFor Rates AbDly to Local Mgr IGtlrnbBrland Tel Telr ra IItcultrouTIIDJ tili EVERVBODV BT71OTSD TC VSSlTaT OHIO COUNTY FAIRIL II T I f II HARTFORD KENTUCKY il 1908aP iII The Greatest Event of the Year E For the people of Ohio and adjoiningcountiesaf an fording = opportunity to witness the splendid exhibits of the II Farm Garden Orchard and Vineyard with which the peopleI= Bigger Grander and Better than ever before = Increased premiums in all departments 120000 = awarded in Speed Ring contests alone This insures = the sharpest competition in all of these events II to be the to II J WHITESVILlE 2GHcv WhtUn ton of day and fThere grounds at the Christian church on next Sunday Mr Ka Howard left yesterday for Hartford where he expects to enter C A Kelley wits In Dundee I yesterday Mr Willis Holder and family rElrn i ed home Ins Sunday after a two week stay at the Tar Springs All report a gala of a few pounds i Mr Will Hob Cook and family of Heaver Ham visited relatives here last weekMr X P Kelley began the erection of a nice frame structure yesterday on his lot recently purchased Due to luck of material Miss Lizzie Moseley left last week fur KankaUee III where she will i graduate as a trained nurse In about4 nix months Dr T 1 Edge who recently grad uated from the Louisville and HospI- tal Medical College of Louisville vis l ited his brother Dr 0 W Edge of u this place last week Miss Alllu Mouoley spent Sunday with MIsH Laura Wan1- Mr Choflln of Soveii hills sant Sunday at Mrs Choflins mothersMrs I McCartyMiss Kullcy Deanflnld Saturday night with her aunt O A Kelley Masters Stewart and Tails Carter are visiting their grandfather Mr Fields of Maxwell i Colorado Grants big show exhibits this afternoon Aug IT Farmers are very busy cutting tobacco Mrs Elizabeth Clark of Holston Ky la the guest of her G I James The infant of Mr and Mrs A M Weatherford died Friday night The I remains were taken to Hardlnsburg for burial I Misses Lizzie and Verna Powers vial Ited their brother Mr A D Powers at Concord Saturday and Sunday Miss Elba Bean returned to her home at Hartford last Wednesday after a few days visit to Miss Margaret Kurgerson Mr Thomas Wilson Is on the sick Ust Messrs Herbert Ralph Orvllle and Jlartin Powers and lI s Verna Duke J TI t rA L a El t of Dundee were the guests of Mr W A Clark and family Sunday J A Clark returned to his 1home at Owensboro last Thursday af ter several days visit to his son Mr W A Clark Mr AD Baughn left Sunday for Hartford where ho will enter school Mr A D Vaughn and sisters Al tole and Alpha visited relatives at Magma Saturday Mr Sam Mason and family of Beaver Dam were the guests of Mr A B Kenfrow from Friday until Sunday COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE- Aug 25PMr S LStevens has gone to Whltesvllle for a few days Mr and Mrs Lonnio Sandefur of near Taylortown visited at G W Gor dons Saturday and Sunday Mr Slade Taylor wife and daughter Miss Tussle visited at Mr J R Cole mans Sunday Miss Ethel Coleman is on the sick listSeveral from this place attended the Baptist Association at Salem church Butler county last week The ico cream supper at Mr Harry Woods Saturday night was quite a success Mr Dave Blacy who has been ill for sometime is not so well at this Mrs Lawrence Allen and so master Rayhurn visited relatives here last wek 1Ii Novle Taylor of Centertown visited relatives hers last week Mr E W Jackson the photograph er has gone to Dundee for a months work tended all present report a pleasant time Mr Alva Carter and family of the Concord visited in this community from Friday until Sunday The little daughter of Mr and Mrs John PIrtle died August 15th after nn illness of several days The place to see things Something doing every minute at the Ohio Fair Notice to Teachers of Obio County Monthly report blanks can be had by calling at tho Superintendents of fice The questions In Theory and Practice for Teachers Examinations during the coming year will bo taken exclusively from the Reading Circle Work Let me urge the teachers to secure theso books and familiarize themselves with thecontents J M DEJWEESE S C 8 1 41 I tiX rr i 1l N CLEAR RUN Aug 23 Several from here attend ed the show at Hartford last Wednes dayMr John W Helm of MterryMac Grayson county Is visiting relatives here at this writing Mr A E Stewart who has been sick is able to be out again While digging a well at Mrs Xola Smith Stanley her youngest son met with a serious accident by falling in the well and catching a hook In one of his lower limbs below the knee and stripping the flesh from the bone for several inches the well was about 20 feet deep Mr and Mrs Willie Cornelison of Philpot is visiting relatives here Tne musical entertainment at Mr A E Stewarts last night was quits a success Mr Charlie Trogden and Mr J R Henry Taffy made a business trip to Hartford yesterday Little Lula D Meadows of Spring Lick Grayson county returned home Sunday after several days visit to relatives here School will begin here Monday with Mr Orland Park as teacher We are having some cool weather Several from here attended the bIrth- day dinner nt Mr John Hoaglands esl terday Everybody everywhere and especially everybody in Ohio county invited and to attend the Ohio Fair Four great 912 HOPEWELL Aug 23Mr Wm Uifssell of Echols visited his mother Saturday and Sunday Mr John Cummins I vlslteil his alai tel Mrs Snub Alien of binallhous last Sunday Mr Jesse Arnold and amll of III are visiting his A J Rus sell Mr Berry Fulkerson and Addle Robertson went to Drakesboro with a load of watermelons yesterday Several from here attended the Picnic at Echols Saturday Miss Powell Jonas alter dod the at Hartford last week a For Sale J A four room cottage In McHenry splendid garden out buildings nod good wn Smih MteH nry1 K Tyr J d IJt v i 1fit 1 i I Norsemen and Stock Breeders i Varied attractive Premiums offered to the breedersI IIbullsThe Hall II Under the supervision of J E Bean will afford 8 the Ladies an opportunity to exhibit articles of their handiwork too numerous to mention Also products 5 of JjDepartment Ii Special Attractions and Exciting Races i areinvited present and enjoy occasion For Catalogue and Premium List apply the Secretary i Rowan Holbrook President R E Simmerman i 1m1nllllolntilmenls SundaI schoolMr builtI IIpentI 4hereSUNNYDALEt dauphterMrs writingMr ArbuckIles neighborhood County expected County daysSeptember slbterJMrSj examination tritVCv G3Ay Floral Department Mrs Each Day You Lee Sec JAMES LYONS GRE- ATFREE OFFER The Most Starting the Most Uureasonable Offer You Ever J Heard Of NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT 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 re tails the world over for 50 cents A genuine Rawhide 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 corresponding number it is all yours Just Think of Itl 20 forAlmostNotbinm COME EARLYv OR YOU WHJ BE LEFT OUT l H U 4 I r JAMEStI 0artfotdaKyr ahi l I i 1 L r 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