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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t id s T Y fijIartfii3 f ItVFine Job Work f DEVOTEIITO TilE INTEREStS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY xCY F RIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1103 No8 TRIAls OF THE BANK WRECKERS Will Be Held at Hawesville its November Believed filiat They Have Jumped From Frying Pan- Into Fire The ParrIth trials will be hId In j 1IanoocJ county Special Judge Itel- cy sustained the defenses mct1on Lor- ohango of venue Monday afternoon and ruled that the C1EeS should be removed to Hancock county Sa nluoh- If the motion naked that the cases lIe trwuilelled to a county outside the SIxth judicial dIstrIct ytas overruled oA special term of the Hanoek Cir cult Ourt will bo called to ronelfe- Qn ovclllber 9 at wtbioh time the hour cases agtalnst James H Parrish one agaInst J Otis rumsh and one against I NParrisb will be called for trial fie next regular term be gIns In December but there ere only sIx judIcial days of the term and It was tho4ght best to call a special term Jailing fur as early dote as IJO- Stilble but Judge Kelncy will be en- Saged In hiahamo court Nelson un til November 7 AlI of the rewords In the cases as soon as they ere fully made out will be transferred sty Clerk Bedford of the Davless CIrcuIt Qmrt to the clerk of the Hancock Circuit Court When the Cases acme on for trial Judge Jno S Kelley will sit as the trial judge Coma wealths AttJJrney Ringo County Attorney Finn of Daviess and County Attorney Illgdan of Han cock will conduct the case for the pfJsecutlCH It Is likely that one cr more HQwesvlll attorneys will be ass soelated with the Owensboro 3ttorjneys for the defense SInce the grantlllg of a change of p venue to the three ParIsh brothers charged with various offenses in connection with the failure of SavIngs bank by Judge Kelley all talk and surmises have turned to speculating as to whether or not tile accused men badlniproved theIr chanches by get Ulig theIr trIals transferred to HllwesvlIle The geteral Impresslon- h among the attorneys and the hahltues of the courthouse Is that they havo not The 20000 lost In Hancok county through the Savings bank Is I considered a much bigger ntatter tine little county of Hancock wIth ItsI intlted area and population and llttlo I wealth than the larger loss Is to Da vless county Besides the Inquirer whose articles were so vigorously corn plained to by attorneys for the defense lu the trIal on the motion for a change ofvenuo Is lead geucral- y all over the county and the local paper at lIawesvllle tllf Hancock ClarIon has republished much of the press matter In regard to the de rlunct banks and has also mado some very pungettt comments adverse to the presldents of the two busted tit banks In addition to all title the i county ot Hancock has only about j00 eligible jurymen WJn1le Davless County has at least that many thou sand Vesides all thIs the cost and troublq of making their defense In Hawesvllle which Is 28 miles away by f rail will be considerably greater than it would bo here to Owensboro js almost certain that one or twd ado ditlonal attorneys familiar with local l conditions there will have to ho em Vioyed A local attorney In speaking of the matter to the inquirer sutd The decision of Judge Kelley Is not t victory at all for tIle accused mUll If It hall been my case1 would haveI withdrawn my motion for II I Venue as soon as I saw that the case was to go to Hawesville There are fewer unprejudiced people there than Tight here In Owensboro I It is the belief of many that the Parishes were more anxIous to get away from Pros cutorRlngo and Counwl Attorney Finn than frond Owensbor- ott from JUdge Blrkhead I TobactoGrewers Meeting j OwensboroKy Sept 319011 i preen UverDlstrct Tobacco Grow 1 era Aseociationt branch of A S of- c E met in called session with foui- I 1 DaviesslMcLean SensektPreeident s D Robertson re J W Dunn cA1leathe- house Itoorder at 10ocloe r iltlWe co IvoourtIii ollmentsiUw 1 I tofl II It J 1- N I X led thy folLatving delegates present J Dunn and T n Dalmaln of Da I vless W E Bibb W p Stevens G S Ford and J U Bland LMcLenn- ll Spencer Hancock Georgo Burr J L Miller and T F Tanner of Olio The Charter of the Union Tobacco Society organized at Bowling Green August the 20th was read and Its sd tou nvoved byT H lJWtaln second by J L Miller After sonl discussion It was almost unanimously adopted and ReT H Dalmaln was I elected ice n dlrectcrto represent the TileIand bylaws now reported liS follows I We the committee on rovsioa of constitution and by laws of The Green River DistrIct Tobacco Growers MSO- dnllon A Sof E met at the Colum bus Hotel at I oclocl P M Sept 2 lrattmain of Daviess county Chmn- i witS six members present nnely r- JW Dunn Hancock W E Bibb and S B Robertson of McLean Georgo- Darr and T F eanller of Ohio Thel Committee was called to order by Bro Delmaln and proceeded to business ISI follows lu article 1 section 1 struck out tlto Words I1t Owenshoro Ky ter Green River DistrIct article 2 sec 2 struck out the clause giving any article 2 sec 1 Inserted A Soof 1S of county the rIght to elect theIr execu the cantnlttee In 30 days of the time fixed by the constitution Inserted A S ot E after Green River District In the last clause in artlclo2 section 2 BY LAWS Article 3 sec 1 Inserted the word i Treasurer Hulking it read Secretary Treasurer Article 3 Sec 2 added AIS of E after county UnIons I Article 4 sec 1 struck out the clause each type or grade of tobacco grown is the dIstrIct shall be sold fore a like type or grade of the be1 lowing crop may bespld I Amended and od ptMlthls the3d day DlsItrlctensboro Ky T H BALM4JN CIlmn T F TANNER See I On motion Bro Dalmdu was Slv credentials as a director or the Un Ion Tobacco Society and hIs expenses to the meeting at Louisville on Oct the 6th guaranteed On motion It was recommended to the Finance committee of the DistrIct that they elect D Ford of Hartford asi salesman to dispose of the remainder of the 1906 crop of tobacco now stored In LouIsville i Adjourned to meet second Thursday In October J W DUNN Vice Pres T F TANNER Sec County Board of Education At the recent elections held by the divlsiionsfollowing were elected I 1 DIstrIct W C Ashley Hartford U F D No3 2 DIstrIct J A Dellamy WhUelIIc R F D Xo 2 3 DIstrict F D Vaughn Hartford R F D No1 4 DistrIct J W Taylor Beaver Dart R F D No 3 5 DIstrIct Richard Plummer Tay lor Mines 6 District James L Brow Roclqlort Ky Unities br DoWeese County School Superintendant Is chairman of the board which will hold Us sessions at Hartford upon call of the chairman The trustees who malte up the board of each educational divIsion will meet mlion the call of the chairmen of the divisIons WllO will preside over the boards during their sessions CERatv0 Sept SEmma n oulkerson and Mr Cecil Fulkerson spent Saturday and Sunday at island Ky i llrs Florame W1IIIams visited her sIster Mrs William Chancellor last week rrho MQEonlc Order gave a nubile supper here Saturday evening which was well attended Mr Pink Sharp BevIer was hero Sunday Two of bar James Griffys children I are quite sick t Mrs Lon Barnard who has been dac- gorously ill for some mogths Is Im roving hiss Nora HlIsley im on the sick list Itrr Clarence Bennett Narrows visited tlifamilyof Mv DR1lIlstey1 j last lveekiMrs MolUo SmIth is visiting It BroadWay this week Mrs Clarence tllh vjho has beenn- veryy sick forr some time is better r Joo PgvilerChas been appointed Dr4aH1Everly 1 L 10 r1 J- ji c E SMITH The alone picture is a good likeness or IIttorlllY C E Smith ralldl date for the Iwllllllllc1II nUl11ltmtloll for Couuly Attorney uf Ohio county Mr SmIth was born February 9 lSi6 nod was rlIIIHI on II farm near CertIYo Ky At tlw age ul 20 ne began teaching III the isnblic schools of the county pad taught with marked success for seven yeus Durlllg the time he was a teaclier Ill tad law lowing had teat profession In view from early buylood In 1899 Ill WIII glVlIll a rigid wrlttull examination by attorneys n D Itingo void J P Smdelfllrot tile Hartford lfaranl JlnslII ed with a hIgh grade hIs license beIng also signed by the late Judge 1V T Owen In 1903 he became connected with The Hartford Republican as Editor and Business InllngtI and has malhtalned hIs couuectlun with tide paper as editor until recently wham he entered the race for the nomination lIe displayed marked ability both PII a writer and a Jlatiager of the bus Iness end of the paper Four yelll ago he formed a partnership wltn attor pey C M Vnruott and has contlllued Mlle pructtce of law with the firm i of Barnett Smith Ho has been a succrssful practitioiir and hIs ublilly I Is thoroughly recognized by the Hartford BariI P YHITAKER lULLED BY GAR Sat Down ott Side of Track While Drunk wz11 Known Man who Had Been In Troudle Several Times Is No More P Whltaler a man woo has heun known In Oweusboro tor several years by lila bad repilte und yet having the name of belllg u good hearted fellow when sober Was killed by u street car last Saturday lIe was returnIng home when the accident bceurred caving just gone on the cm before the one that killed hIm lIo was sIlting Oil the side ui the track when the car struck hi and It wltlllhIstrack The cll struck him In the fore head cutting n large gash about three inches long knocking him backward over thin rail and the wheel passing over hIs chest crushing hIs heart HltI rIght arm was severed from the body und hIs left arm was broken The figem of hIs rlght mllll were cut oft und were lying us tim ground whim licked up Several or hIs friends stated that he wnldrlnlclng wrien he left town for hone and that iswas almost com thebarberone of the barbers stoted that ho was intoxicated then and after tint he wars seen tale several drinks with friends Wbltnker has been n Very reckless man during hIs life and has been In the courts on many dIfferent charger He has served ttvo terms in tho lIcn once for nrurh r and another time for grand larceny The first time lie was sent there hiewaa pardoned by the governor before serving half his time Duf He has always been known IlIf n butlered one of the most dangerous tort or characters HewasniearsofIage and w raised InO 1locouniy t i li Hel t therecentineetingof7theyRe 1- i f 4 Yi l i + i = I publican Executive rOllllllltlee the fol lowing campaign committee fur 1905 was selected E G Jll1lnu John G Keown M I Ileavrin and C 31 Bal nett I his lIem wasnverlcoled In our write up of the eonnoilte meting at tie time The commit It t nil urga lied lIy tile selection of L G 1Darras- sehaltman and John G Keuwn Seey- Treas and iuis cried Hlqnllr1 over the old Republican office on Cen tel street oposite the courthouse mud someone wlll bu In chlllge front now until the November election All Republicans are invited to visit the head quarters when they come to town I BishnpShnaldersi Mr Jbi Snoulde s bchleury and Miss Cora Bishop Ceidertown were married at the bone of the bride lust evening The coeenotiy teas perform ell by tier Sanford Wheeler The young peoplo will mako theIr ilOllle at bellenry where Mr Shelters has a position with the Central Coal and- Iron C- oDIINDTIGER RUNrIN BY QiFICERS I Pleads Guilty In Judge Taylors Court 1ni hssesedj- iN avyFite Deputy Sheriffs Ashley SmIth Martin and Bratchor made a good haul yesterday afternoon In the woods below I Xrs rcIlenrys land south of town A crowd ot fifty men were gather el around it blind tiger presided over by Will Dratton of Owensboro who was dispensing Ue fluid to the tnlrsty A fuuuol und soivo and about malt dozen bottles wore captured Button confessed a fIo of 200 and went to jail Indofattof pyament He was presented in Judge Taylors court T J TunsUnll WitS alsa arrested and ItJ transpited that It was his buggy In I which the IIquo was stored TunstallI claimed that the buggy was with out hIs It was believed that I full fledged gambling institution was In swing on the ground also but when thooUicersappeared thecrpvvdl JwithH 1 1- y v GREAT FAIR INPROSPECT More Stock Here This Year Than Ever Attractions Better Than Usual And Attendance Record May Be Broken Vhat promises to he tie greatest Pah which tins ever been held at Hartford Legan llU 1Veuhesdny The penlng day brought mioro people by tar titan has ever attended II first day ts8Iun Toe ladies were out hr force and tine grounds liryeeite1 an unusually attractive appearance A remiiou of time Confederate sal Hems who belonged to the company willrll was organized by Dr J I Pen diwton lit the Iwglunlng of time Civil m Tarnished II very enjoyable fen ure of Wu flrtil dhy Aholll twenty five old cone dcrue soldiers with their Wlnu sons unl drit ICIS tnalaing a- rompauy or about one hunched wore tIlelllIhlld with an elegant dInner furnished IIr the ladles Only a remnant of tide companyy whicH was organized 4S years ago 125 strong made lip of time flower of the young manhood of OhIo county remains to tell the story of time ravages of war and i time The occasIon furnished thorn man opporttinity to exchange ploasant t greetings and talk over the trlal and I lutrllhIIU ot the long ago The company has more that two Inuhlred sunlls with which to care for lxlllblt and racing stock but these were all taken by Monday night and n largo number or horses lire quartered In time livery stables of time town Racers trotters and pacers are here from fur and near and the extra large purses held out by the company will furnish some exciting contests heforo tine exhibItion Is over The ring contests will be more spirited than ever and every purse will luwe- n large number of entrIes Time Can nelton brass band ot Cannelton lad arrived at noon Wednesday and Is delighting everyone with Its splendid music The concerts glen throughout the day by this band are alone worth tUIII lug to Lear The usual nu ibor of slims e and utlllr IIltractlon oro on the ground headed by the great wild west show which contains the most daring hair back riders uf the world nal live In posinthoufor the small children all wull as tine grown up folks IIII Floral Ilall is crowded with fancy work furnished ly the ladles amI flue samples of farm products of all Idndllmr well as de- Ilcato samples of time culinary art TIll weather Is nIl that could be naked RIIII If lt continues until tile end or the week It isour prediction that all r cords in attendance lit the Ohio County Fall will be broken We give herewith the rewards In tht ring contests and speed trIals up to tile time or golllg topress j Best colt under 1 year old 311 Hamilton 1st Clint Tuner 2nd Heat mule colt under 1 year old Fox Brown 38t J I Fought 2nd rlreu mlnule pace Juues Ashley RoM Bruce lilt 1V H lIell ahisa- Prixley 2nd Heiry Porter Sadie H- 3rd rime 232 Olio County lilov horse race 12 j nails running P A Swum Just 1Ik 1st P A SwaIn Annie May 2nd S C Hoover Annie 3rd Time 100 i Mules 3 year old und over DIck Cow man 1st J E Flutress 2nlt Best Jack any age Thomson Ifni 1st W H Burton Saddle Stulllon 2ndIStone 1st C II Smiths 2nd i Saddle Mare any age Duck Sullenger- 1st W H Renrrow 2nd i iaddlo Gelding any age J E Flu tress 1st E M Coppago 2nd SECOND DAY Stnlllon with 3 or more colts J T Ralph 1st W E Stone 2nd Best harness Stallion W E Stone 1st Hansford and McCormIck 2nd i Best harness mare W E Stone 1st J C Westerfield 2nd I 84 udlo dash running E VeUlo Flos de S 1st 11rs Henry ChIsm Derby Day 2nd Oscar Duvall PrInce Green Oil 3rd Mule race 12 mile and repeat Er ten Ding Bet 1st Herbert King Duna 2ni1 J E Flntrcss Blue Jack tni dj 1t BIrnettCooper- rbechtet event ofie season was w V the marriage of Mss Hattie Prances Darnett the beautiful and charmIng daughter of Col C M and Mrs Barnett and Mr EdwIn W Cooper son of- tr J L und Mrs Cooper Nashville which occurred at hIgh noon Tuesday the Sth at the home of the brIde on College street The rooms were artistically decora ted In ferns palms clematis and nrod Tilt attendants were Mss Anna Cooper and Mr Wm Cooper Nast yule sister anti brother of the gloom bliss Cooper was charming In a frock of pinks Thu bride was beautiful In a lovely white princess of liberty satin with train She wore a long white tell withm orange blossoms The sappy pair entered the parlors to the strains or Mondelsolnns wedding march which was rendered by Miss Margaret Nail pianist accompanied iIr Ernest Meld with hIs violin The largo duuble wIndows woro banked with ferns and palms In front of whIch was an arch with large weddIng bell suspeuled Under this the couple stood when the RoV Virgil login In his usual impressive manner ProtiouuccI the words that nmde them one After hearty con gratulutlons the brIdal party and the sixty guests were served with a delightful buffet luncheon In whIch tine heart design was carrIed out beautifully and tastefully Alter luncheon the brIde and groom repaired to tlsolr rooms where they donned theIr travel lug togs The brIde was beautiful In a dark green coat suit wIth light green silk waist largo green lint with green and nay blue shaded wIngs tan shoes and gloves while the groom was at his besttn a suit of dark grey They left at once quid showers of rIce thrown from the guests who wished them great pleasure on their honeymoon and a long prosperous and happy married life Ruler theIr trip and a vIsit to the grooms parents they will be at home Spring Hlll Tenn September 25 The bride was the recllllent of many hand some presents of silverware and cut glass bricabrac and linens What Is loss to one Is gala to nnotli erso while Hartford loses her charm lug talented daughter Spring lilli will receive her and make her welcome 3rrs Cooper was aside from being an artist and on accumlillshed musician possessed or a beautiful resonant voIce She was ever ready to lend or give It lit entertainment for her frIends Her church and the entire town feel that they have sustaIned quite n loss In thus givIng her up Her home coming will always be welcomed wIth out stretched arms A A BrownChinn- Mr Elvis L ChlnnDeaer Damand Miss Ethel Brown of Prentls was mar rled In the County ClerIcs office yesterday afternoon rlev IIIram Brown sayIng the words In aver happy man ner whIch united the couple FOR THE BUSY READER TIm Needham presIdent Kentucky Press Association has ordered ninny of the most prominent newspaper men of the State to attend time Good Roads contention to be held at the State Fall September Ii The rorltwo standpat Republicans In the Iowa Legislature prevented tilt election of Coy A B CummIns as United States Senator to succeed the late Wl1Ilalll U Allison Sixtyfive- Iepublicans voted for CummIns William P nriessmnntl an Inmato of the National Sollllors hone at 1ln- 1Ion lad shot and fatally wounded npt George W Iteepe In charge of tie barracks Tyro attack was time re sult of a quarrel between the two eight years ago The next annual convention of the National Association of Railway Com missioners will he held at WashIngton next month Charles C McChord of Louisville will nresldo and ninny flint tors of special Importance will como up for hearing The body of Mrs Gertrude M IIIII occupies the largest grave over dug In Cate Iilli cemetery Mss Hill weighed G00 pounds and the body and casket In which It was brought from Prescott Ark weIghed a total of 1 300 pounds Evidence brought out at the Coro ners Inquest nt Omaha Indicates that Dr Frederick Uustln whose shooting has been a mysterydied as theresult- of a suIcide pact With 11rsAbble Rico Mrs Jtlcos nerve Jailed her and siio did notcarrybutl er partof the agro ment F I 4 I I I 7 1 Iij Martf r1BqubUcanIsv I Fine Job Work t DEVOTEDTO TilE INTEHESTiF ALL TIlE PE PliOI 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOLXXII YHiltTFORD OHIO COUNTY JY RIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1103 No8 t TRIAls I BANK WREtKERSI Will Be Held at Ilawesville Iq November B 11evcd1iat They Have Jumped From Frying Pan Into Fire I The lQ1fIEh trL1s wilt lJe 1e1d In JlnncocJ county Special Judge lCd Icr sustaliied tJe defenses intOfl fir obango of vcnuo Monday nlerlWonI and ruled that the cles sttmhl lJe removed to lJnuock coullty Sa rnuuh Of thu notIon nsked that the cac- be tmuKIClrcl1 to a county QutHllle the Sixth judicial dIstrIct was oVCIrulI1j oA slleclul term cf the lIunoeIc Cir- cuIt Qurt will be roBed to ronvolfe on ovembcr I t bloh time the Sour oase ngaIiist JlIl1es n ParrIsh one ngalllst J Otis lrrIsh nlll one ngnJlIst I N Piarrlsh will be called for trIed JUle lIext rrgubar term 11- 0Jtlns In December hut there iro only six judIcial days et the term mill It wus thutg1t best to call n slJtjCla- ltenn calling fr us early date ns J1I05- 1411J1c but Judge Kellcr will 116 enii- aged In hllmecrta Nelson unI tll November 7 All of the rerds In the calles ns- sxm Ult thCy ere fully rndo out will betrollsferred by Clerk Bedford of tIm flaviess CIrcuit Onirt to the clerk of to llaiicoc3 CircuIt Oaurt Whon- I L the ease9 oomo on for trial Jullg Jue S Kelley will sit us the trIal judge CDmmbllwenlths Attbrnoy Itingo- O3unty Attorney Finn ot Davlessl iinty AUarnr JIIgtWo1 ot Hun Iund will conduct the case for tor- 5eCUtiflI It Is likely thiit one or more Hl1wesvllleoUcrneys will ho as- ockted with tht Owensbom attorneys for the defense Since the granting of a chullriu of venue to the three Parish brothers charged wIth varIous offenses In cop necUon with tile failure of Savings bank lJy Judge Kelley all talk audi surm1ies have turned to speculating as to whether or not tllo accused men J1adlfllrOVed theIr clianchee by gtt- lng theIr trials trltllsforrt to Huwesvlll The gefleral inipresslon among the attorneys stud the luthitues I of tho courthouse Is that they have not The 20000 lost In Uancok I county through the SavIngs bank lit Lonsidored a nlUcb bigger matter toI the little county ot Hancock with ItsI limited area and population and little I wealth than the larger loss Is to Da vless county ilesides the InquIrer whose articles were so Vigoroilsi corn Illnlned to by attorneys for the defense iu the trial on the motion for n change ofvenuo 1seadgoucra1 i ly all over the llilty and the local paper at llawcsville the Hancock ClarIon has republished much ot tho- Ilress matter In regard to tim de- functi banks and has also umdo some f very pungent comments adverse to the presidents of tile two busted Jt b banks In addItion to nil tlIiH the county of Hancock has only about joo eligible jurymen WJ111e Davllsa oounty Ihas at least that many thou I sand Besides all this the cost and troulJl of making theIr tiefenso In t liaweeville which Is 28 miles away by ran will be consIderably greater thanf It wOl1I1 bo bore in Oweusboro It- t Js almost certain that one or tvo- t ad dltlol1al attorneyS familiar with local I ondlUons there will IavO to bo ell1- 1110ed A locnl attorney In spcnki- gcc the matter to the Inquirer said The decIsIon of Judge Kehly Is no I I victory at all for tile uccUSe1 liluit- If It hllli been my case 1 would Imyo withdrawn my motion for a change of I venue as soon IS I saw that the case Was to go to HavesvilIe There are fewer unprejudIced pooplo tlier than 1lgllt here In Owensboro It Is the beher of many that the Parishes wore more anxious to get away from ProsecutorRlngo and Coun Attorney FJnn than froiu OwonslJoro r from Judge Ihirkhead II TobaccoOrewers Meefing Owonshoro ICy Sept 3 1O8 Green River District Tobacco Grow rsAuoclaUon ranch of A S ofI E met In called session With tour counties reprentednameIy Thtvless- McLean Hancock Ohio Int1ieab IsensetPresldent 8 D Rob rt8 n Vice ridet J Wrhnia clne tlte house tO order at 10 ocloekbLiie cfrcnrtfto i ientsli w J f ft j1 1 rII th folbwlng dolcgatc present J w Dunn and T n hialninlu of Dn- vless W E D1lJb W I Stevens GS Ford and J R Ulaud oLMcLenii- Ii Spencer Hancock Georgu Barr J i Miller and T F Tnnnor or Ohio The Charter of the Union Tobacco Society organIzed at Howling Green August the 20th waR read and Its nditin iived by 1 II LkiUtaIn second by J l Mlllel After sqinu- discussloit It was almost unanimously adopted and Rev T II lialuthin was elected t5 n dltccUlr to represent tu Green River DistrIct AS of F The ccmnulttee on revision Of ooJItltuUon and bylaws now ruporteil as follows I We the committee on of constitution and ly laws of rue Grcenl ASHo1elation 21Fjlblniaiuwit tlx members present riaiiiely r1 JW Dunn Uelllccck W E BIbb antI I S 13 Rooortson df McLean Geurgo Burr nod P F eanner of OhIo The CommIttee was called to order by lire I lolnl1ln antI llrocclcd to business us i follows In article 1 section I struck out tlQ words lit Owenshoro Ky tel Green RIver District article 2 sec 2 struck out the clause givIng any article 2 see 1 Inserted AS of bl at county the right to elect heir execu Uve cnllnlltee In 30 ootI of the time fixed by time constltuUolI liwoited A S of lifter Green River Dlslllct In the last elue lii artlclo2 section 2 ny LAWS ArUcle 3 tee 1 Inserted the word rlcusurer mnking it rewl iretnry AISArticle 4 sec I struchc out the clause each typo or grade of tobacco growl III the district shohl lJe sold before a hike type or grade of till following crol may Lrn spl4 Amepdcd anddpttj1th1s the3tl tty of Sep 19O by the Gruemi River DIs- trict I A S OIEincallcd session at ow onslJoro Ky T II IIAIIAiN Chmnn I T F TANNlm Sec On itotIn DIO Dalmahl WS slyI- endonttals as a director or the Un- Ion Tobacco Society and hits eXllellses to tile meeting nt LoullllIIo on Oct the Glh guaranteed On motion It was recommended to time Finance commIttee uf the DIstrict that they elect D Ford of liartortl as salesman to dIspose of the romulllllor of time 190G crop of tobacco now stored In Louisville Adjourned to meet second Thursday In October J W DUNN Vice Prcs T F TANNoJU Sec County Board of Education At the recollt elections held by the Trustees of tIme sIx educational dlvls j Ions or OhIo countyfor chairmen time following wore elected I 1 District W C Ashley Hlirlfortll- R F D No3 2 DistrIct J A Bellamy WhllesllIe R F D No 2 3 DIstrIct F D Itaughim Ilartfod R F Ii No1 4 IIstiIct J W Taylor Heaver Damn H F D No 3 5 District itichitird Ilummer Taylor MInes G DistrIct Jitnws L Browl- Roclqlort Ky- Llauies DoWeese County School Superintemidant Is chairman of time board whIch wllJ hold its sesslomis at Hartford upon cull of time ciullrmnn The trustees who ml1lto up the board of each educational division will macu- tupiui the can of time clllllrulCu of time divisions who wIH Preside over thmo boards durhimgtlmelrbessiomms i CERAlVO Sept SEmml n ulkerson anll Mr Cecil ulkersoI1 Silent Saturday and Sundny nt iimlammd Ky i Mrs Florallle WillIams vIsited her sister Mrs William Chancellor lust week rrhe Mtommlo Order gave a public supper here Saturday evening which vmta well attended Mr Pink Slkari nQvler was lucre Sunday Two of Mr James Grittys children I Ire quite sick Mrs Lon Barnard who baa been dar gorously ill for some mouths Is liii proving Uss Norm Ilileley lit on tile sick list I Irr Clnrcnce Bennett Narrows vlsite4 bo taml1yof 111 D R Milehoy last week I SIrs MoihtO Smith Is visiting It Broadway this week 1rl Clarence Iii1 Wllo has been rey sIck fo some time Is better airJooPtvller lias been appointed Po i Dr4JEverhy I r of I I C E SMITH Ihuo nloe plcllIlO is n good lkeneis of mil tormIIy C I 81111th IUlIIII mute for till lmiiiibhicnmi mmonmliinm lou for Coimmity tturny IIf Oulll antility- uIr Smith ymus horn FIIIIIIIII J l jti a mid vms ICUIIII UII tum rum 11l1- 1ICuralvo iC t t till age III 211 101 hugllll IIIIullIl In lII huh he mul tools of time coummity l11I1 taught with marked uuiccis 1111 bUVI yosla Iurlng time tilmuc lie WOK Il tachmer Imt rtud law iiaving himumi t mutt hurufessloji in Iuw- frpm emurhy IHYl1Il In lMJI Ill WIH lV1I a rigid rrittemm IXalllllllltlolI by- attoriloys II D Hhlm JlIIII J P Salldllfuruf tile hartford lIarullIl lIaKII ed with 1 high grlllle his iteensi huh ug also signud hmy tilt hUe iuigo W T Owtn lii tJOI lie lCCHIIIQ lUlIlIlJctll1 willi 1ht hartford IthiIlbhItmiim as Editor alld hhtsiiies llIlInglI tutu miau umuahittaimmud hili ctiiiietiuii with thlll- 1llIller us editor until recemitly WIlIII tie emuturud limo race for thu imonuhimat lou lie displayed marked ability both us Il wlllul mmmi a hmiiiir of the bums imiess end of the laver Four yelllll ago ho brimmed n lmartmmurshiip Wltll nttorl- Ioy C u1 hinriucti mmmiii humus cnntllluCll UIII irmietico uf luw with limo thrum of iiumrnett Smith tile hits heln IL succeslufiil Illaltltlnllll tuiid his IIhlllly- Is thoroughly recognIzed by the Hartford liar P WHITAKER IlULLED BY GAR Sat Down on Side of Track While Drunk Well Known Man who Had Been In Troudlt SvcraI Times Is No More I Whltulcr a nina wuo hits been knowmu in Oweumsboro for seventh YCIIIIi- lJy hula bath rellqlo fluid yet imaving tIme minnie of lJellig a guml neuurtuuh follow when sober was killed lIy II street car last Saturday lie was returnIng imoumm- oYmuut tuit tuccittetit becurieuh IUlvlllH just gone Oil tin cm hmefomu time ulle that kllll1 huiuum lie WIIH sitting UII t Lu sItuo the truck when time cur struck huiii amid It Is siuppoed that Iw vas sitting wit II 1 lila face towillll time oUlbldll ut Iiou track Time car struck hIm In the fore head cutting a largo glllh about three Inches long kmmoclchuig him backward ovem till rail amid the wheel puussiuig over hIs chest cruuhlllr lila heart Ills right aria WIIS severed trout time body and hits left nrmui was lJroltell rho flu guru of his rlgimtkbmtnd were cut ort mind wero lyimig ox tuu IloUlIII Wl1l1- 1llllckli up Several or hIs friends stateul that ho wttdrinhciumg Wllell ie left tOWIi for Imbmno and that rowns alll10st cum llleMy Intoxicated ilu wellt to the barber sitoim cutely III the evening nail onoof the barbers stutcd that Ito was intoxicated tl1011 numul after that hue WlS seen take several drinks whit friuuidstVhuitnker has beell it very reckless man during his life ollli has imeen In the courts on many different charger lie hues served two terms imu tho p0mm once for nfurdor and onotller time for grand larceny Time first time lie was lIent t erohewns juardoned lJy the Mvernor before serving limit lila timeout lIe has nlwas been known nngood hearted follow when sOber hut nifen hoW drinking ho was consul cred one of tho moat dangerous fort of c1uarsctor Ho a841 years of ago nlIdwa raIsed InOhlocountri 1 epub icO HeidquartersOpen At h recent 1neetlng dt heRe p 4 A p j It tam ithicuumi 1xecui I I vu tiiiui Iii I II cc till fllowIng Clllllllull1I coin iii i ti cc fur HillS vnut selected g U liarrass lolma G- Iowli t1 I ltavriui ttuiii e 24 lIar IIttt I ills hicitu wIUIIIIlolilll lii our wrlto tip of thin couuuuiuhtt uumuttluig 1- 1tlill tllIll Jhe cOlllmli Il Ind organ I z Ill hy the Imllt lOll III I = n UillTnsM t hall nina 11111 Jul111 U Keowmi Seey- Tm05 lIud IIIS 111 11111111 11over the old Republican office on Cen tI slreet ollmsllo I liii coo rtuiuuuse atutil- hOiIILO1me will itti III I hlllgl roam IIOW until time Novniuuhiur lllltloli ll He- IlIIullranH are lumvhttd to visit I hue head 1JIIIIllJrs WliOlI I hey lOllll lu111II L3ishnpShnniders2m- 1 i 1 t SuuullhllI 1 lIlelll amid mhlss Corn IIIKhuJI uuitcriowiu uVur- miimnrried lit IIw humo III I lam bride last eVIIII1I Tlw cemuimiuuy wall liurlorimic- ml by flou Sanford hlellI Thm you tug llcollllI will miiako IJwll lulIIU- III IcI len ry wlwllI 11 Simoltlois huts a position wIth tOo Cummutial Coal alill- Iton C- oIIIINDTI6EII RUN IN DY Oi FIGERS Pleads GUilty In Judge Taylors Court 1iii losses jed H tvy Fimie pCllutt SherIffs Ashley Smith Mar tin and liratcimer made a good haul ye- terduty afternoon In the woods below Jis Mcllenrys land south of town A crowd of fifty men wero gather eti murinuild n bllllli tiger JlrwlllllI over by WIIJ1rnttoll of Owomlbboro who wits IIlslellslng tie fluid to the talrsty A fumunoh and stIvo itiuui about lumtlt dozen lJoit1s wore captured Dut ton confessed a rllO of 200 and went to Jail In iJofllct ur hYutuilent Ho was lreroumted In Judge Tayiors court F J Tunsthli was also arrested and It triuimsllted that It was lila buggy In whIch time llquo was stored Tunslall claimed that the buggy wnsused with out hIs cu9sont It was bollood that a fun Tledged gambling institutlo4 was In swing 01 the ground also but when tho oUicersappearcdthio crowd ran IloU meJ1 ant1Lonlyth 1 t ri wIth hiaoutfht w scapturedt I- k db GREAT FAIR IN PROSPECT More Stock Here This Year Than Ever Attractions Better Than Usual And Attendance Record May Be BrokenI I lwt liuuuIK to lie til grenteet I 111 wlIloh tinS ttq hllli hiukh III 1 Iaii ford Ilgllll Ilno Vmmmiusihuty lhe- rell a g day JIuuJ1I1 manic loI1h h fir lmtan has ever nttciitied n flltlt tiny UIIIIIII ILiu ladles wmit unit III forth mill till tIIIIIIIIIII lrquiutel mmli uimluiulut ally a rihttvU nhiwtirutuici rtuiuiiuui of t lie COllfmluml 111- 11IlilI whll ieiomugcml to tImu CohllllUl y- iv IlIJt was olnlll1ull by Ir 1 l Iuu CIlotl lit the lugI ii a I tug of the Clvii III nllI1IIII11 it tty IIIIJIIultl felL Ul of thim fhii tli Aiiiitit lwoll- tIhl olti eon f 1rI o i 1111111 with thull I VtLI 111115 allli IIIIIIIJI lI1uklnJ ml 1111111 ii ii I Slut unu 1111 ioh III WHo 1111IllIllIld wllh all ollljtalit III nor 11111111111111 by till lailiell Gui ly a relll- lIallt of thlll coumuIauuy whit WUH org- IiuiIZtMl IS yoars ago lr strong lIIallo mallItoti reiiua mis to nllliIUIIIUall optm y o UXChllll 1 rlIIlIg1I uuumd talk oer the trlaJ mtiu- ilhinrdsliips or the long ago I Ihu touiuletiuy has liltuIl thnll tvoh- iuuinhreoli simuhls with Iuicim to care for Ixlllhll a lid 1U1I1I1 itt 01k hut these Yeru all tukeum by IOIIIIIIY imlghit uiut- la large nuumimber of hOI ell are oiuiarttred III limo livery stmubles of time town itathers Irotters mouth llI1lerll are hero from tar 111111 near mtiiol thin extra large llI1rHCS heM out by the couuuuauiy- vIIII furnIsh seine excltlllg conlelllit- heforo tin exhmlbltiomu Is over lheI- IIiH CtitteSt will he 1II0rtl 1IIIIrlhtI I tin ii ever 111111 every 11111110 will hiite- largeI iiuuiiber of ulllrieli The Cutu- iiuh tout Lirass baumd or Clllllwton I imil arrived mIt iuoioii Vediutsolay and Is dc- IIghtlllg everyone with Its spleuiohiol 1111- 1IIh Tho Ullclrtll given tii roiuugimout tilt Ila y ii tltlll lau ii d aI allllllJ worlh 11111 I tug to IIII Iile 1lIiIlIlllllllllhlI or 1111114 ml lid of i ti 0 t t tact 1111 it 11m Oil tII grout iii Ijoatlemi h t fun great wild vest IIhIl- Wwhilh 1lIlItl1hlll t lie uulust Iurlll Ital hall rIileim of IIw wOIIII I tea I IIn IlIallK o Who IUII Iltle mu hOI e IUIIII 111- 1lIolI lit till IIllellItlllllIllI ii uoimoleruuiett for tltl lilllllll chlllllCII aK vehh as t in- giUli UI oh Its Illii Iilrul I 111111 II- Ilrnwlllll wllh bury work tirnlslmuoh I y tIl hllllllI 111111 flllo sum uiiples of a iin- hiiolI I tint H of 1111 11111111 IIN well nK do hfrnto tIlmflllI of thin cuiilimuury It lhis- vimt1 hi tr Is 1111 Illat cotihd hu muskeol anil II It lOlllllllllH uuiitlh the iiuil ot thi i wek It 1510 r hieol Id lout tllnt 1111 1lIIdH III lit I enohu mien lit the OhIo County Fair will ho broken We give herewith time rewards In tit rtng cOlllclltS anti speeoi trials up to tile time of Holllg 10prlJllI- lIeNt colt inuder t ycai old Hamliloll 1st Cllllt Fuiuuitr 2unl- hiest mule colt ulldr I yai old Fox IIrnwlI lilt J F ln tight 2iiii- I Iiree mlliulu patu 11111114 KIIII- Huht Itruice lNl W II itthl I k- Pmlx hey 2ii ii 110111 iortor SIIIIt II 2II plnw hmorsm race I 2 mile rtuuiuuliig 1 A SwIIIII Iullt 111 lilt 1 Swain Annie Mn 2iiI S C Hoover AnnIe 3rd Time 100 lults year ohol Ulld over Dick CnllJ- IIUIII I 1st J I Fhtatrms 2un- hlcuti Incle nay age TlIolllt OIl IIrlM lilt Vv H Iturtuum 2iul- I Suhule Stmmihiomi ttuuy age W I Sloliu lst C id Snultn 2mu- olSutiltiloI Mare any aRc Iltiek Sumllenger tilt W ii Rentrow 2ud 1111ISIICOND 1AY I Stallion with 3 or morn colts J F- Ralph 1st W Iii Stone 2uucl Post hllrlless Stallion W I Stone hit luftiusford and Mccormick 2nd heat harness uuaro W E Stone till J C Wcsterfleld 211- dI mile dash runnIng E VeUto Fhos DorbyIon 3rll Mum race 12 mile and repent Er ten IIng IIcllt let JJerbdrt itimig Iiuni12iil J E Flnlrellsl Blue Jack 2rd 7- IIiecluIet uIt11BrnettCooJier event or Uo SCIlIIon was Limo iuuzirrlagu of Miss HIIIto Frances hiarmuett time henuUful and charmIng daughter of CuI C M and Mrs liar nclt amnh Mr oJllwln W Cooper anti of- mtr J I niid tirs Coupor XUHhvllle which octmrreol itt high noun ruiesoiay time Slim nt the itomiie of the bride Ull College street Ihe roUIIIH were artistically decorated lii furnll hiahuius clollll1t1s 1111- 11KohloraIod The nltulldllnlll were Miss- Aiiiia Coupoi nuiiliIm Will Cooper XliIII vIIIMillter mud llotlwr of till groouuu- i iss Cooper vuus cliuurmmiiuig In ii reek of iuhuihs Ihu hrhle wall hnutf- ul In n IOVJh wIIII1 IlrllwU8H of IIher- ty satin with traitu She wore it lomig white eih with olnng bllIIOIlIlI lhuo- iiampy lillII tnlumetl thin purhlflol to tho- Ktrahlll or iILIiilUlCilui welllllllg ummareb which WIIH lUIIII4lcci by uls ltllgnnt allllRlllllt ucrollllllllllull 11 hr nest iIeI ml with hlK vlolili TIll large tiiitihilo WllllloWM WQI- OhnlllOll with forums muuiil itI nis- I ii flolll ut whlrh Willi An mmccli with lIutw wOIIIIIIIH lIull iuiiponiioI 1 mulct I his thin otiplmm lilolll wholl tho Ho- hJ1I E h11I lii hili 111111111 1111 p mail vim hut ii hour 111111111111411 the vorti tiimut- miundom tholll IIIII Art1 hearty colt gralulullllllH t lie inhIa 111111 y nlld the sixty gtmosts wune uoerved with a 11- 0IIghtelll hufCet Itinciteon hut which thin tltart IIIIiIHII WIIN tarried olll IautlC- IIII muuutl taHhfllll Itcu I a micinort I lie brIde alld grosinu ropal iud tom tholrr- nulIIH wllIle till dOlllwl1 I lid r travel lug togsi- hmo bride WIIK hlallllllIl III it dark lrllI coat mnmlt wllh light greemu ahli- cvaist large gietmi hint wllh grouuu aunt nllvy Imlume sliuiuhed WIIIIII taut shoes i nlul gloVes whlll the jtroulII WIIK 1t- hlfl best 1 ii n suit ol dall gre Iimey left lit UIICllIIl1lclsllowI1i of rice thrown Irllntia lung ProPeiotu ntul happy uiuarrimni life After theIr trIp uuuuti a vlsll to tho- groollls JlarelllH tiutty i ihl 110 lit hiimiui- tiShri mig 111111ellll SUlltelllhllr 25 Fun undo las tho reclpieumt of ninny hand sOllie lresmluuts uf silverware ttiuilcult glass IIrlcI1Iruc ttiuol IIl1ellK What is loss to one Is gain to IInut- helso while lIartfold losts her clinrium tug talnled thuumghuter Spring HIli will rtctlvo her nail make her welcollw- Crtl Cooper lIIS utshohe mum hellll an- n rt 1st I1l1d 1111 l1elulIIJllIlhpl1 iumiimml- ciauh0Sestl of n Itealltlflll resoulnhut voice Sue was OH reatly to hunti or give It III enlullnllllllllIt fur Imei frI ciutis 11m- chlllch amid thin muutlrou town feel that they lutve NlIstalliell quite a loss Lii titus glvlllg her lip lieI huoiuuo coinliug will always lie welcolllclf with Ollt- IItrulclwd nmhIs A A RrownChinnIMr glvls L Chuinmuhieaver Ianlanmi Miss lUwl Brown of Prolitis waM mnr- 1lel1 lit the County Clerks of nee yes terminy afternoon iiev ltlrauui Brown sutyhiug tlni words luu a very imappy muuuu her which united tho cOllllle FOR THE BUSY READER Thu Necdhiniii presloleuit Kentucky Press Associathoiu haH orohered ninny of tite uulost lrouuuhuicmut uiewspaper mCll of the State to ittteiud I tie Guml Hoadf- llllllnlIUulI lu hI iieith lit the State FilII Sept euiubem Ii- Thin fUllytwu btnlldIlllt iteptilihicans- lii tho Iowa ltgishmtturu prevented thl elfrtlllll of Gm A n Cuiuniuilns as tlllted Stales Senalo tll sticceeti thu late Wllllalll II Allison Slxty1ioIte- ptiblhemuuus votcil fill ClltIItIIllIH- S jWllllalll p lriessiuunumn an Inllll1to of National Sohihlers home at ia- iIiiui I nd shut mmuuoi fatally wOlIlIIIIIII- n Jlt horge W Itlelle III 11hnrgo of Ilio hmIacllll Time attack was time re suit of mt oiiiairoi Iwlwcen the two eight years ago S S I Ilio wxt mtutuuual luntmloll ot lie i National Assuchntiumiu of Railway COIl- 1ml1l81nlllrlli will he held lit Wl1shlngton next muiouuthi CllllrllfI C MeChiord of- Lotitsilhe will pteside nail uuunny that tms of specll1l inmportnmuco will como UII for lieariiig The hotly of Mumm Gertrude M mil loccuplcs timo largest grave over dug In CIO 11111 cemuuetery Mrs Hill veigbed GOO imouuids amid tIl body mIld I casket In whlrh It was brought front Prescott Ark weIghed a total of 1 tOO hiouluds- U Evidence brought out at time Core nors Inquest at Omaha IndIcates that Or Frederick itustin whose shooting has been a niysteryditd as thoresult of n suicide pact wIth Mrs Abblo Rico Mrs BlcOB nervolalied her and she I did not carrybntllerparto the ogoe ment I vi e R i i 5 IrFr- yI ce BRYAN AS PROPHET fAILS TO QUALIF Disasters He Foretold Never Come to Pass OPPOSITE IS ALWAYS tRUE Gold Standard Don Not Slay Nor Does It Write Future In Blood As n prophet William Jennings Bryan tins never beep n success The CI- IJamltles wblch he has toretolll woulel have brought unlmltltl disaster to tfit ret11zOOjBut merely flgnaents of his Imagination based on absolutely no tonlIlAUo- nwbntetcr It Is well to have AmerIcans remember that prophecies uttered by the orn tor ot the Platte must be discounted tully 100 per cent for all signs Inell cate that he feels the fates once and Is about to begin prophesyl again A wale Cassandra Mr Bryn might by this time have learned that the forecast of evil will never believed IX by those who have found thlt In th pest his vnticinatlons have bceu but empty air- Driving Country to Ruin For Instance when Mr Bryan was member of the house of represent tlves In lsre he was absolutely certal- that protection was driving the county hendlong to rack and ruin and In his speech dellrered Jlareh 16 of that year he drew the following lIonblo g pictures Protection has cn our cannibal tree and as one after another of our farmers has been driven by the fort ot circumstances upon that tree are has been crushed wllhln Its folds hi companions rave stood around ant shouted Grlnt Is protection Thai In every state so far ns these stntls tics have been collected the proportion ot home owning arlllers Is decreasing and that of tenant farmers Increasing This means but one thing It means I land of landlords and tenants and backed by the history of every nation that has gone down I say to you that no people cnn continue n tree people under n tree government when the great majority of Its citizens are tenants of a small mInority Your syto tern protective tnrltTI has driven the farm owner front his band and surf stltuterl the farm temuit how far this picture portrnys t arc America of today or the America or any year rI be nmde that speech any tmerieaw can mnawer Even In olr Brynns own state he can find un answer right nt his door for the flm lands of Nebraska have doubled In value Murderous Gold Standard But during the four years suceecallag that speech Mr Bryans agitation grew I thllliwith diminished head tor In 1896 he again saw destitution threatening the eouutry lIe had a remedy for It a panacea n fetish which he held up for IhappentlnuedI that It protection hu slatu Its thousands the sold standard has slain Its tens of thousands From Speech nt Democratic National Con veutfon July lSVO Do not let the ltellullllC1us beguile you about the future The future Is wrItten In blood crushed out ot you b- ygoldFrom Speech at Eric Pn August 1bJ0- th my friends there 11 another tet son why peopile have gone Into the citIes and left the farms It Is because your 1t lslltlon has been causing the foreclosure of mortgages upon th faro Clark my words It the JOld stl1l11ll1rll goes on and people continue to coulplaln the golll standard advo rates Instead or trying to iuprore the condition of the people will be rerow mending that you close your schools so that the people will not realize bon hutch they are suTcrlus I ron tipeech at Monmouth III Octotx- lSJU Hut whom has the gold stnndmJI- Ilnln Mat tutue d1J it is blood What lllstrict schools did It close Agalm the condition of Un country makes a calm reply contutln till Impassioned orator r- Campaigulug again In HJoo Mr Bry- nu decided that Imperialism was another danger to the country It It were continued the lourth or July would ii forgotten by nit Americans and the spirit of T6 Would Ixcollle a thing ot the past Speaking nt Lincola Mr Bryan said Sees Death of Patriotism The fight thri year wlh be to carry out the soutlueut of that song we brave so often rpented My Country TID o- Thee If we lose our children Iud oar chlldnms children will not succeed fit tw spirit of that sots nut celebrotfiwi- of the hourth ot July will lass away for the spirit of the empire will be uiaai usIs there anS spot lu these Cnltal States where the spirit of 1 Td Is dad and forgotten and the Iourtb of JalIII treanhngleas date on tle cnlenduIOne or the most j prophecies uas eontalmd In n sxtei- Mr Bryant made In suprrt or Jndpr I Parker during the campaign of 1001J vhen Iw attarel PredIett bitterly Thbr popiecy had It that military dLpotis11 ns lain to fonoor the decrease in the rise of the standing I I EIIIif M this itch JIr BrTn also eaphaaitd the fact that he was the atwaIIBII would tn tlrm believer 1D th pdnclJle of free sliver IIe m- mt m ap hT8Jj1OStueo on this question Int feDowlilc acetaltc I lxneretoday le she principles set focus p Clieago and Iansas City 10- ta 1 MIl a1ta11 continuo to tight tor those priIcipks LABOR WORLD FOR TAFT characters Nim as True Friend o IFrom tha itke WorkingmanIThe Labor ChnrncItcrlzesdecIarN that the unfair attacks of M Ganpero wm hue little or no street I n zil1cIr3tlng from him the labor world U says That fdccretat y Tuft Is Q true friend of labor is certain And nil tbe uutmo l11Igncrous vicious attacks that President Gowpcrs or any one els may make on hIm cannot prevent him from continuing te lac the friend ot the mss worker Organized labor cannot tacIUoo 1mostcame to this conclusion uIChicago University Head So Notifies Chief Bryan Organ To the Editor ot the New York World I shall vole for the Republican clecto- became r1e J believe on the whole Mr Taft s ulpmcnt for the admlnlstrntlon ot the anathat lze should be the successor ot Sir thae polldes wldeh I believe that Mr Taft 1 won mrrr out are nave treacly those which J approve I HARRY PRATT President Cblc JUDSONIChfcagq Aug J Antnjunctfons Attorney General Willie U Ellis of OhIo who was a member or the com InlttCt on resolutions of the Republican followIfacto made by W J Bryan The at torney general says lu art The charge made IJ Mr Bryaa that the Republican declaration with rcIIspect to the use or the writ or too was designed to deceive the laboring man is unworthy or D canlli date tae president and tile turthpI chUg that this plank merely declares tbe existing law and will give no relief in those eases fD which there has beenInu abase or discretion or the slon or It Is unworthy of any lawyer who has examined the question The antlnjUDCtloo resolution Is a frank clear statement of the Republic au partys position on It questloa on whIch utbCfS hoer been tttcmptlng toi deceive labor The sole basis of any rational cOtuphdUt us to too Issuanc of injunctions In labor cases has been I the use of the writ without notice anal the tong delllYs to some Instances which have Intervened before a hearing or the case The present statute foes not require any notice at all before the grunting or II temporary order and It Is entirely within tits discretion ot fire court to IOttpoue to any time the JUdge may Iiansimply that notice shall al be given unless an irreparable IlnJnry will result from delay and In there shall tJt a speedy hear lug provider It will meet the allproai or every right thinking man whether an eWllloer or nD employee Taft and Labor When on the bench Judge Taft snillIThat employees base a right to formjlabor unions That such untoaa are t1 benefit to la bar and to the public That they hut the right to Join with other unions That the accumulation fir a fund td- aid bn t strike is rlIJt I That employees darea right to strike wfrenevlt any of the terms of theirclW111tywcnt Ire unnctlfaetory- Mr Gompers says Judge Tnt Is op rased to organized labr Mr Coin Jlen has done u lot of talking In his IItorn more uuquallflClI Indorse went than Judge Taft gave when onI tEre bmclLIAn aggregation tot experimental mnleontlnltll and tbrorists Mr Sher I mans description or the Democratic Katy Is n ptmase that hits the target In the ccnhIHonors nn easy nsatn Every time BryancBut He Runs on Forever Front the New York Sun Writ will Mr Bryan IilYrdayMrThat be Is an optimist Iteaten throe tiniest What of tbatt lIes the one JrC3L Democrat 0ToRauS the Commoner and learn Kernitrip In the old oft stranded ship They have Quartets In tM stern In this antiquated craft TaftjAnd by Tart and SIserrrna lllgu Ifr Bryan ever 1R- DoabtrcllSl will phaesophlze And to Mr horn rnfte That remark clreadp trite sprungBeatenf ours more fourII pat Durant ML ALARMED BY MaeCLEVEtAND Democrats Fear the Effect of His Approval of Tafls Candidacy fStruggling to got on opening n- wliiEh to start their campaign for thO election or JUdge Taft the Republics n allagedIThis fettle hostile to Bryan bae been flashed flared and waver as would a shipwrecked sailor who hud obtains possession of a red shIrt It Is the Clrst light din as It la that has ape peared In the Republican sky and tile desperation Iqtichich It Is used to at tract attention evidences a belie among the Republican malingers Ana Cleveland dead is stronger that Tat living Clevlanll letter is used as tin1This or the Taft campaign to date BryanIgathering ever assembled in the Stab or Minnesota Fully 50000 People wel i Present to hear him speak Although the majority or the crowd were sup hosed to be Republicans his assault upon the Republlepn Congress and ad ministration fpr extravagance were to- multuously appaulded Although tit Republican party may bt digging tin e graves ot the dead for campaign mate rlal on which to support Its cause tile people are looking forward to the most j vlrtle progressive honest leader anion the living today Tho eagerness with which tIle Repu lican press has grabbed at the Cleveland i letter Indicates most substantIally the weakness ot their campaign For n year prior to hula death Mr Cleve land was nn extremely Ill man HIs death occurred before the Democratic tllCIgrave nn alleged utterance of his dy ling days presents the most pitiful spa tacle ot a great partys appeal lOr power ever presented to the American people The force of Ameracau- cltlzells In this campaign Is not the past but to the progressive spirit In dependence and love or liberty or na- tlohs t people Like a vulture the Republican machine hovers over the gratc of the pastilutfalo Tines Demo icratlc Chairman Mucks Il Naturally Mr Clevelands llerIhis rellowcountrmen tu Taft Is exciting something like con- isternatlon In tile hater cliche or the Democratic partySt Louis Globe Democrat In considering tile whole subject It must be kept lu mind that mfr Cleveland great and straight man as he was was human lie never liked Mr Bry and to this day we believe It never has been determined whether he ever voted for Mr Bryan Aside front thi the innumerable slanders and denunci- tions showered upon him by Mr Dry ans friends and supporters must have rankled in his mini and memory We do not not believe ho ever did or said anything not approved by his conscience mid his judgment but the very strongest of us are likely to have our udgment warped by our prejudices and lour auger Apparently Mr Cleveland had determined to the serIes or arti weightIofMr Bryan n bony blow It is auesq flan whether tills uttCrllnce of his- oming tram the grave will not be more effective than It would have beta romI a living man But tiro Domocrata- mutt meet It and doubtless will Our hope Is that to parrytug and strIking back they will us far nil possible di their strokes at Ike living and honoredteatThe posthumous message or Grover Cleveland to tile tmerlcau people Is n our judgment the most Important t- rlocutneut rronlribuled to the literature ot the pemiding campaign It ex presses tile convictions of n statesman twho had passed III from the common level of activity to the plants Cleu coutonplntlon fuul Cu Whole field or unrest ndgit he viewed dlsllasslonattlly In this nscont which I covered the period or lila retirement to tlJralillotnotional domain iris vision t learrd a peas cast ncrlmolllf ad he looked upon iru wole zceac + tln the deep yearning or tu patriot It there be u waving Democrat tnls year who had hitherto followed Gro vcr Cleveland with pe fealty ot ono submissive alone to patriotic leads r ship this message whIch was wrIt ten shortly before his death shout be as a light unto the feet andd tLamp unto the pathh More and more with the days at his retirincent from tin White lianas fiot all parties were enlightened as tobls love ot country and his devotion to tile interests o the people From the IlerspecUveot the private station he gathered wIs- dom and out or its fullness ho formu- n fated this judgment ot what was expedient it the Ahedran people were to continue prosperous and Govern anent maintained on stable princIples Philadelphia Evening Telegraph For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadonli and half miles from SunnydnIe dire- ctlyontheDHE R RGood dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 75 acres at DavIdson Station on tho Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fine bottom laud will grow 61 or 80 bushels corn to acre IG acres ot rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded 011 the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and halt stdu3 Clay street Hartford Ky PrIce and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents ORGANIZED A CLASS IN MANNERS Instruction for the Shy And Awkward In OldTime South ern Schools The fattier or Alexander n Steph ells tile vIce president of the Confeder ate State was an old field teacher and one of lds schoolroom exercises which pupils called learning mnnners evidently made a deep impresslon on little Alexander writes Louis Pendleto In his biography of the statesman The plan was no less admirable than quaint I It Is related that about once a month spellIIngthe boys and girls were directed to tIe seals in rows facing each other The the boy at the head or the row would rise and walk toward the center or th room and the girl at tie head of her row would do likewIse As they approached the boy woulll bow and the girl would drop n courtes the established fernlnine salutation or those days and they would pass on At other times they were taught to stop and exchange verbal salutlons and the usual formulas of polite inquiry These exercises were varied by meet Ings In an Imaginary parlor tile entra Introduction and reception or vIsitors with practico in commonplace clint Then came the ceremony ort lntrodu- tions The parties la thlll case would walk from opposite sides of tile room In pairs and upon meeting after salutations of the two agreed upon woul begin muklllg known to each other thI friends accompanying them the boys saying Allow me Miss Mary to present to you my rrlelll Mr Smith Mr Smith Mss Jones After Miss Mhry had spoken to Mr Smith site would 1 turn Introduce her friendIThe exercises trivial us the description may seen the vice presIdent orI the Confederacy says were of great use to raw Country boys and girls re moving their n rakwardness and con sequent shyness and the palllrul sense or being at a disadvantage or the dread or appearing ridiculous Youths CompanIon Just Exactly Right I have used Dr Kings Net Life Pills for several years and rind them just exactly right saga mfr A A Felton of IInrrlslIIe N Y New Lire Pills relieve without the least ilia comfort Best remedy for constlpa ion blllousnes and malaria 25c at till druggists m Clevelands Appeal for Taft Naturally Mr Clevelands appeal to his fellowcountrymen to vote for Mr Taft Is exciting something like con In the loner circles of the Democratic party The appeal was written only a short time before his and was directed particularly llls tellowDemocrats It was his Intention to wrlJe two other letters on tile polltlral sItuation during the c1D1palgn but death overtook hill before he had completed his trash So tar as Is known he wrote only the one lettel which has just been made public In that onehowe er ho made tits post SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHlEU REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENTS Tho AmerIcan farmers welfare le ns Important its that of wage arners- r or captallst The Republican party In the paSt twelve yoarit has sided the farmer In qgrlculture and In brIngIng to him the conveniences of rural lite Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions of our clUzens and we favor its extension until every community in the land receives to full benefits ot the postal servIce We recognized the socIal and econ8mlc advantages ot good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the txlense ot the abuttIng oWners In this work we commend the groyiug practice of state aid NothIng So clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com- mercIal Industrial and agricultural interests are founded and the neces sits of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation ot Republican policies ns the recent sofa passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which it appearIng In the mIdst of Demo cratic rule or te menace or It might have equaled the familiar Demo cratic panIcs ot the past We congratulate the people and hall with confidence the signs now manifest of a cOmplete restoration ot buslnesss pros berity In all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Democratic opposition and enforced It otter Democratic doreliotion But ex- parlence has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will glue to the federal government greater supervtatoa and COntrol over and secure greater publicity in the mmanagement ot that class of corporations engaged in Inter state commerce having power and oPPortunity to effect monopolies The Republican party doslares unequlvooolly for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately followIng the Inauguretlon ot the next president In all tariff legislation the true principle ot protection is best main tained by the imposition of sUCh duties as will equal the differgnce between the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reason able profit to AmerIcan industrIes We favor the esablishmetnt of maxImum and minimum rates the max Imum to be available to meet discrImInations by foreIgn counties against American goods enterIng theIr markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of protection nt homust be ever maintained Is that ot generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans ot those who hove fallen The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule ot procedure In the federal courts wIth respect to the issuance of the wrIt or injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that no Injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without no tice except where Irreparable Injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its cOntinued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment ot conditions among railroad employers The Republican party recagnlzes the specIal needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries ot OUr country we earn miningIvIgorous rebates and discrImInations We believe however that the interstate commerce law should be fur ther amended so ns to give railroads the rIght to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval ot the commission but maintaining always the principle or competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control ot such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue or stock and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne ot encouragement to AmerIcan shipping and urge such legislation ns will rqvlve the merchant marine prestige of the country The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve ot Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step in the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible ftlbusterlng of a Democratic minority in the house of representatives during the last session many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savIngs bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement or thrift iThe Republican party Is committed to the development of a permanent currency systolic responding to our greater needs and the appointment- of the national monetary commission by the present congress which wIll impartially Investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization- of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend of the AmerIcan negro We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and SpirIt of the thirteenth fourteenth and meenth amendments- to the constitution which were designed for the protection and advance ment ot the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his disfranchisement for reason or color alone IlS unfair unAmerIcan repugnant to the supreme law or the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none ot the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be enacted and none ot the steps hero proposed could be taken under a Dem isdividedquires the continuance In power of that party which believes In thom and which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation lion plain Mr Cleveland gives a high tribute to tile qualifications or the Republican candidate Personally and officially I have hallth opportunity of knowing many things concerning llr- Taft that were not a matter ot general Itnowledgoand with n keen IntErest t have watched ids large sharp In the conduct or our national affairs In very recent years His excellence are a federal Judge In CIncInnati la something not to be underlstlmatell or over emphasized for should he come to the PresIdential chair time qualities which made him a JUdge of high nbll Ity which know him to have been will be the most needful to hint ns president or tIle UrJtcr aWtcs Iahigh Ideals ot honesty and or relative justice hIs great capacity for severe labor and Ills numerous wisdom In the iota of serious problems are at cominIn whol1 they may repose the trust of their collective Interests while they turn theIr Increased attention to their pressing IndivIdual demands For these and other reasons which he cited Dtr Cleveland foresaw that the Republican arty was movIng on to a safe victory In November it Is evident by the references to Bryan hobelievedloosen the Nebraskans grip on the Democracy for good although there are romp Republicans and Democrats whoregardless ot the beating that Is just ahead or hlnibelleve that Bryan wlll capture the candidacy ot that un fortunate organIzation in 1912 or 1906 Mr Clevelandthen in the Presidency voted for Palmer the candidate of Butthoreyear whom ho would call Demo toNovember Willaamli TflEfllGll GR IDE GI ERCIAl5C1Y001 OFTII l81nLL Of THE COrgNERCzHL BRANOFYES INci wi6 7gy RflU1 TM U LESSONS IH DOOKKEEPIU DY MliJL GRRDURTES SECURE POSIT1ONS IWRITE JIow ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY DOwLW G NLI 1 y r I I t r fYc m 4r dr red 1t rsa Ij4R 6 fut r ti 4tl J T MUST HAVE 11 CERTIFICATE No Person Will Be Allowed To Teach Letter Issued by State Superlnten dent Crabbe to County- Superintendents ko person will be allowed to teach schools In this state without a Ctr h1ltlonlProfa ng circular touching on the effort of school teachers to get Into schools without a certificnte To Superintendents I am aware that there Is a scarcity of teachers In some counties I am tou aware that certain parties prospective teachers have no certificates and had no In tention of taking an examination but have purposely waited until the last August examination Is over I and now they present themselves for vacancies at this late date well knowing that there Is not n sufficient number of teachers to supply the schools In the county They have been resting on their oars and now they hqr to reap whore they have not stieon Such parties cannot teach In Kentucky Please note I FirstA person must be qualified to teach a common school Every teacher must hold a legal certificate cher can receive any of the state fund without a proper certifi cate SecondCertlflcates cannot he Is sued wider any circumstances except after a personal examination by law State certificates from other states and diplomas and credentials of any schools or colleges are not recognized In Kentucky No credentials of any sort can be accredited I have no exceptions to the plain letter of the law In case you should write me con cerning this matter I must adhere to the law I think the law Is not a wise provision but while It Is the law I shall obey It to the limit ThirdNo special examinations are authorized by law The law sets the dates for examinations and says no examination shall be held at any other time whatever No other ex- ami nation can be authorized la any county neither can any other exam lnatiop be authorized In the state capital by the state board of examin ers The law evidently provides for an ample opportunity for those who wish to be examined all teachers If they do not embrace the chance they must go elsewhere These people mutt quit the business or qualify at the pro per time FourthSuperintendents are not authorized to recognize certificates tram other counties In the state The law says that certificates shall apply only to the county In which they are Issued FlfthQne emergency nlone can be recognized by this department In case there should be a vacancya cerated vacencby reason of time resignation of n teacher or by rea son of the death of a teacher or a like emergency this office will make arrangements it necessary for filling such vacancy In such emergencies It will be necessary to have n rep resentative of the school to consult with the superintendent of public In struction In person and such repre sentative should the fortified with proper affidavits and statements of the county superintendent J sug gest that It Is often possible to secure persons holding state certificates and state diplomas who may beunemployedDear Superintendent this de partment In every case will how to the line about certification Your state funds will be jeopardized If there should be thouble The Remedy that Does Dr Kings New DIscovery Is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fall to prform says Mrs E Ii Pierson of Auburn centre Pa it Is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatment relieved only temporarily New Discovery Is doing me so much good that I feel confident Its contiti ued use for a reasunabo length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cough anti cold remedy and throat and lung healer Is sold at all druggists SOc and 100 Trial bottle free ft Geyser in HIs Breast A singular development in the case o Luther Johpson the negro who about io days ago had six stitches taken In his heart is causing the pbyicimn of Emergency hospital much concernn nlcelYJIi diameter orginaUng Insonie nits to Ious manner and exlonding from surface of the breast into tho thoraotic cavity has assumed the semblance oft r J yr J- j l i r I 4- I xf You Read his It will beo barn that the leading mcdi cal wrlten and teachers of all tho several schools of practico recommend In the strongest farms possible each and every Ingredient uterlng Into the composition of Dr 1lerits Golden Medical Discovery for the cur of weak stomach dyspepsia catarrh of stomach liver complaint I liver or affections and alt catarrhal dl eases If- whntovor region name or nature It Is also a remedy tor all such chronic t or long standing cases of catarrhal alTlc- I Ions and their rCultnnts as bronchial throat and lung dlsel1ro except con Um tlon accompanied with severe coughs It- is not so ROOd for acute colds and coughs t but for or chronic woes It Is i especially ofilcaclous In producing fect cures It contaIns Chetrybar- Golden Seal root Bloodroot Stone root Mandrake rot rootallj which are highly as remedies for all the above affections such i mlnent medical writers and teachers as Prof Dartholow of etTeron Mod Cole lego Prof Hare the Univ of Pa- Prot Flnle ngwood M D of Den nett Mod Ilege Chicago Prof John King M L of Innnatl Prof John Mscudde Iof Clnclnnntl ProtI Edwin M 11f f D of lhahnemann Moo C e Chicago and scores of othe e ally eminent la their several soh prnctroGolde al D ervIa the v r rllli r S II or 1110 r n ins n Ill rv d Willi an n w r more than an f III n v publicity o ts ormu a s C I possible guaranty of Its merits A glance Bt this formula will show that Golden Medical DIscovery contains no poisonous harmful or habit no alcoholchemlcallr triplerefined being moo Instead Glycerine Is entirely unobjectionable and Is a most useful agent In the cure of all stomach as well as bronchial throat and lung affections There Is tho medical authority for Its use In all such caaos The Discovery Is II concentrated glyceric extract of natIve medicinal roots and Is safe and reliable A booklet of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing ILq InitIo- dlonts mailed free on request Address Dr nV Pierce N a geyser Each second all Issues front the cavity with a hissing roar and one standing near the bed and not knowing Its source would assume that steam was escaping front a radiator When the negro was operated on It was found that the left lung had com pletely collapsed but since this mys- Lerious cavity has appeared the man Is able to take all through It Ho In hales a breath and the nil Instantly dovelopmnt Is rgardd as unlqqqqqq Issues from the hole In his breast The development Is regarded as uni que and the staff physicians are deep ly Interested It Cant Bo Beat The best of all teachers Is experi ence C M Harden of Sliver City North Carlollna says I find Elec tric Bitters does all thats claimed for It For Stomach Liver and Kidney trouble It cant be beat I have tried It and find It a most excellent medi cine Mr Harden Is right Its the best of aU medicines also for weakness lame back and aU run down con ditlons Best too for dulls anti mala ria Sold under guarantee at all drtil gists 60c nl Hunting for Work One Sunday night I told a hun dred men that the reason they had no work was that they were loafers and didnt want work says Alexanber Irvine it the August McClures In writing of Bunkhouses and flunk house men This was In accordance with my theorytho prevailing the orythat poverty Is the child of slur that lack of work Is the fruit of shlft lessness I offered to change clothes with any man in the louse and to go out in the world andsttowhim how to got a job Thechnllengo nun th to get a job Thin challenge was accepted Instantlyby nit Irlslllllan From the want solunus of the morning papers we selected a few bits of labor bait We run them down failed to find anythlllg and turned to the sl101S und factories on the West Side Tile answers were monotonous Pull up they said in ore place I remember I said For Gods sake The superintendent laughed and wav ed us away The harrudest work for sure is- no worrult at all at till said my com paniou by way of sympathy Beconting desperate by mldnfter noon Mr Irvine went to a drug clerk and got five cents worth of oxalic acid on u credit Oxallo acid eats away rust If I hind five cents worth I could make a dollar all hourI know I could lie said After lie had succeeded In making enough money by cleaning slgnos to meet their temporary needs Mr Irvine asked his companion what bethought of tile scheme Well It takes to do that thrlck tnkcsibrainsthenl Ho Joked dumedat me and hung his head Yduunoi dunno lie muttered r Notice to sJllnterested It having been Ohio county Union ot the A S of E at Its lllst meeting that we net as re- vlvors reorganizers and organizers of locals we deSlneto state that any community or lOcal desiring our ser vices may procure game by arranging for meeting and giving us o nweke notice- S I DAVID L STEVENSPresf J SOCIETY WOMEN PLAY POKER Nigh Limit Starts Trouble Among Society Dames of New York The young society matron who held II straight flush at II little poker party at the summer home of a prominent New York business man at Freeport L I and forwith attempted to have the limit raised front 25 cents to 10 start ed the trouble The other player refused to raise the limit until after the hand had been played but then the limit be gan to climb until the game had to be broken up to allow the Imlayers to got to their homes In time for dinner and It was found that several had won large sums and that others had lost more than they could well afford Discovery of the high play by the woman ntemhere of their families was made by the men through the checks given at the close of the game und lilU uemands of some of the lasers for money to take up J o Us i- nwlawe women confessed that the money was needed to meet debts of honorTo frighten their wive and prevent them from Indulging In high play again some of the husbands declared that District Attorney Franklin A Coles hind been Informed about the game and was making an investigation with a view to taking action against the players under tIC new anti gambling laws The women players were thrown into such It state of excitement that they met at tile homes Ul tIe players 11111 sent friends to Mr Coles to Intercede lu otr behalf the husbands vowing they would tlllee no such steps amid that their wives and daughters must bear the cu their high play In this way the story of the game leaked cut und society at Freeport Is balm uocled anu tuned over the- gxhu and t hment of the wo men players when they believed their names would be exposed It appears that the women who haw been meeting at the different homes of New York business men during the summer for the diversion of lards had become tired of playing bridge whist for penny points and that one woman who was to be hostess at a large party won the hearts of her guests by suggesting II little poker game as a change from bridge whist As It started time game was II modest quarter limit all jackpots and so proceeded until one of the players was dealt a straight flush pat J think this Is loll y she stg gested with an atttJmlt to conceit her agitation Lets male It 10 limit beginning right not Ill ht 10 The other plnyers gasped and nsI none of tLm hud very high timellimitthe limit tuts Jumped to 1 Later It became 2 and at the end thin wo men were playing practically II table stakes gam- eBeware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contalus Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and coutpletely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such ar tidies should never bo used except on prescriptions front reputable physlcitm as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive front than falls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury anti Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be suro you get the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney CoI Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price i5o per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con stipatfon m The Mysteries of Wizard Lake Away up In one of little valleys- of Southern British Columbia Is located II small body of water known as Wiz and Lake Only a few trappers hunters and gullies at present know the existence of this lake It Is remote front settlements and can be only by climbing lofty and reachedI mountalne that shut out the area Wizard Lake covers about five I acres and near the center It Is not less than five hundred feet deep On one side a heavy forest clothes the I winding shore line extending clear down to the waters edge On lhe op posite shore there is scarcely any Umber but the bank consists mainly of heaps of large broken Irregular rocks some of them weighing hundreds of tons The Waters ot this lake are simply gondertul In their cryslalllae trane- parthcy Objects any ben on the bottom through the clear medium of several hundred feet with startling via x a rd vldness Pebbles sand submerged for ell and oven fish are very clearly out II UII ut great depth Tile waters al so have u powerful magnifylng quall ty mil at certaim angles greatly din tort obJects So wondtIlully clear are the waters that It boat wltelt viewed rout n littio distance looks all If It Welo actually floating lm the nil held In suspension the reflective power of remarkableIThevery clear and vivid In every minute idetail that they oPllear real but onlyJ shade more airy and fairly like For these relleclimig qualities It Is often called I1rror Lake and again Mystery Lake etc Hut It well deserves tile U tie of Wizard Luke Tho most mysterious and wizardlllte features of this lake are the rocky shorts These masses or rug ged rucks never look twice alike Woof viewed from the lakes center or from the opposite shore these stones look like different hUlllun profiles tile heads of cats swine sheep bears wolves foxes etc The most mysterions thing is that the figures and forms are ever changing sonowuat like a colossal kaleidoscope Every change of positIon brings In to view mew fantastic shapes About midway of the rocky shore Is a urleerIooklng opening or cave large enough to admit of a small shallow boat This watery cave line been explored for sonic distance How far this opening extends Is not known There Is no current visible flowing In ward or outward through this opening It is known all the Wltchl Den 1fewed at purple dawn In the noon tide glories or In the soft radennce of twlllgllt thlll luke the shores rucks forests fantastic shadows reflections etc are all under the seeming spell cf sonic weird mysterious spirit Ou u bright moonlight night the mysteries of Whmll Lake are wonderfully delllelll- ed The scene then Is uncanny and indescribably lonely There are various tragic Indian leg ends connected with Wizard Lake No Indian will approach within miiles of It much leas bathe In It eat fish I caught In It or gtiaff its icecold- ehystal waters Its waters fairly teem with large rainbow trout There Is no visible In let It bchig evidently fo by hidden lint out of ono end pours a alsoiaboundbeautiful and romantic small watercourse I would be IUfticuIt to find anywhere Like the niotlmer source the stream Is full of witchery and oyster After rusldug along a torturoUS chnn- nel for a few miles this stream plun ges under a towering bluff mid suddenly disappears In a ragged rockyy opening und ro ends all further niys Tory Enter School The Western Kentucky State Nor- l of Bowling Green offers young 11101fesslonalportunity to prepare for the active duties of life Write H Ii Cherryj nforInationHusbands Ilusbauds are largely mtumfaetured out of time raw mlllorial grown oil farms mid outlying districts There are some few city varieties but they mire poor In qualtt f ho fllm output Is usually taken to the city early In life and fed Oil ruin tobacco and Iris mess until lie hecoJllolI lilt l1I0a o kill for the lIIatrl1uonllll market itei- Is them led out to the slaugetei auil used thereafter liS a basis fur mlli1- 1ery and dress goods Husbands Crolll one of our chief as- aets They mire patient docile umber tloatment become Inured early In life to hard labor and mire useful at dinner parties amid political glltuurlngsI The lIellc1I variety man hUII01tllntI domesItlcatedwithout complaint There RTe several Instances on record where luisttandsI have slept night after night it limas trade by their wive and starch ld under their personal supervision without nmmrnnuing They have even been known In rare instances to attend church regularly There are sevontl kinds of husbands time early morning variety is I very companionable but short lived In some households time silent husband is the main feature acquiring this great gift by long practice rime lIter ury husband as a rule Is thin and poor and has his fur rubbed of In spots and lays his emS well buck qho Salt Lake husband has a large open heart Is liberal In his views and many sided Ho Is In fact all things to all women The best husbands are caught when young when their spirits cam be easi ly broken Lie Best the World Affords It gIves me unbounded pleasure to recommend Ducklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C lam convinced Its the best Salve the world affords It cured a fellon onroy thumb and It never falls to heifi eerryr sore burn or wound to which It la applied 25c at nil drug gists i Int h r The KInd You Uave Always X3onght and which has been in use fur ocr 30 years has borne the signaturo of periADo vno ono to deceive you In this i All Counterfeits Imltatfoa and Justasgood are but Experiments that trHlo wlttI and endanger time health ofi Wants and ChlldreaExpcrienco against Experintctit IAInro- I gorse Drops and Suothiu Syntps It Is Pleasant Itcontains nelthcr Opine Morptahlo nor other Narcotic eubstalioe Its age is its guarantee It destroys Wormsi and allays Foverishness It cures Diarrhren and Wind i Colic It relieves TecUmitrg Troubles cures Constipation nod Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the i Stomach turd Bowels siring healthy and natural sleep- i The CWldrcns PanaceaThe Mothers Friend I GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS I Bears the Signature of t iIThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years art CtTUorrV A rtUTttt artoe CrT 51 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald5135TIlE REPUBLIctN and Louisville Daily lltmld 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TilE REPUBLICAN and Lippenootts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUDLICAN and TwiceaVcekOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAl and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLrcAN and National Magazine 15C TILE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 TUE RElUIlflCAN and New idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to TIE REPUBLICAN 14 29YEARSf Hon stBusiness Reputation is Back of Every hI MONt1MENT SOLD BY us c fU liED MISCIIEL SONS i PROPRIETORe=1 d4 Owesnboro Monumental Works E 44 412414 C Mali St Yard 2i42l621g Clay it bit 4OWENSBORO KENTUCKY h Cq Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You tg Money on All Good Honest Wont v ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice ut our place We can suit the most particular man Como over to our plac6 ust as soon as possible and wo will certainly make it interesting flyr you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves Wo also clean lr dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfagtory way f CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORU M WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop r ii QCNxr Na rI Hartford RepublicanP C M BARNETT Eoi- Toxyysso J =81s- tQtambrlwrs4 40- r acuch 31v c3a i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11i REPUBLICAN TICKET rFor President J HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dlst DR DAVID W GADDIE of La Rue Count- yANNOUNCEMENTS r I FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Esq W S Dean a candidate for Repre sentative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W B Taylor a candidate fo reelection to the position of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election January 9th 1909 We are authorized to announce J U Fordsvllle a candidate Judge off Ohio County subject to th Republican Primary election January 9 1909We are authorized to announce Judge R R Wedding of West Hartford precinct a candidate for Judge of Ohio county subject to the Repub Bean Primary election January 9 1909 FOR CIRCUIT CORT CLERIC We are to announce E G Barrass a candidate for reelectlo- to the office of Circuit Court den of Ohio County subject to the Repub lican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre cinct a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to th Republican Primary election Januar 9 1909 We are authorized to announce W S Tinsley a candidate for reelection to the position of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County to the Republi can Primary election January 9 1809 We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford pre duct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR SHERIFF j We are authorized to announce J Thomas Allen of Hosiue precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to annoiinro T II Black of West Hartford precinct 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 candi date for Sheriff of Ohio County sub ject to tho Republican Primary elec- tIon January 9 1909 Wo are authorized to announce Si A Bratcher of Point Pleasant pre cinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We art authorized to announce T H Benton of Ccntertown precinct a candidate tor Sheritf of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary election January 9tn 1909 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce G Davis Royalu candidate for Assessor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce Barnard Felix a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio county subject to the liepublican primary election January 9 1909 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Halley E Drown of Cool Springs precinct a candidate for County School Superin tendent of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We ate authorized to announce Hen ry Leach of Cromwell precinctn can didate for County School Superintend ent subject to the Republican prima ry election January 9 1909 FOR JAlliEItIWe are authrolzed to announce W JL Flener a candidate for reelection for Jailer of Ohio to the action of the Republican primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce 11lP Midkiff of North Rockport cinct a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the Republican pri mary election January 9 1909 FOR CORONDRb We are authorized to announce Dart let King a candidate for Coroner of Ohio countysubject to the Relubllcant primary election January 9 a t Mr Watterson falls to tell us wlt If Bryan was a bad man In 1896 aq 1900 be Las so suddenly changed ht Icoat of many colors Title Republican Jest tho various county offices should not for get to put In some good licks for the National ticket In their canvass of the county this fall Now that Senator Eoraker and M Taft have hurried th6 hatchet a good sized damper has been thrown upon Mr Wattersons plan to secure tho no gro vote for Bryan and Kern Mr TaCt has demonstrated that his 0 an orator of no mean ability him self His sledge hammer blows find lodgment on Bryans armor and cause a lare rent every time he strikes IiugresIasshown himself to be a statesman much larger than the State of New York His Bpecch at Youngstown Ohio last week stamped him as one of the gr orators of the country and a dentlal possibility of the future We understand theguards at the two penitentiaries In Kentucky have been assessed 5000 each for the D II mocratic campaign fund Will our friends publish this list in conformity with their widely heralded position onl the publicity question 7 titre Courier Journal said it would be a strawwhlch would show which way th wind is blowing Now it says only the expected happened and that the Indications for the direction of the I wind will be furnished by he Matlne election next week The farmer ofthls country will net er vote to place the party in which proposes to reduce the tariff t n revenue basis and our laborers t starvation wages in competition with foreign pauper labor thereby depri wing him of a market at home for all the products of the loran unork a clnnati Commercial Tribune should have disposed of all Its editorial page to the tobacco trust to be used In an effort to break up the American So clety of Equity and the various to bacco organization In Kentucky oplimisy i tic over Bryana concluded that Taft will not be able i to carry a single State In the Union Republicans who might feel discourage by his claims will be somewhat relieved when they Ollie has made the same IlIcIllctlonl for the past three Presidential ehc dons r The Hartford Herald tills tuek makes a lane apology for publishing j a campaign lie circulated against Mr Taft by saying that It was published in the Glasgow Times which claims that It can give its informant Well the Glasgow Times has never given It Informant and If It falls to do HO we think the Herald In all fairness should so state The mere publication of r slander without any comment thereon is as much a slander as if It had beet commented upon ever so much j Mr Watterson is still trying to ex plain his bid for the cdlored vote which he hits for years Insisted In fungus vote and should be obll teruted Ills latest consists of a three column editorial which boiled down Is an Invitation to the negroes to vote thu Democratic ticket simply to see how they would feel the morning after M Watterson knows full well how It feels the morning after and could IfI enaj not only tile colored people but all his renders as well thf lineIEverything Is In readiness for the great State Fnl which Is to be held at Ixmlsvlllu next week This is tile first time the State Fair has ever own ed Its own home find those who attend Iwill find that Chairman Rankln1 and Secretary Newman have been tire j less In their efforts to provide suitable buildings ann In fact everything required to make a first class show of this kind Tha State is behind this agricultural exhibit and every KenI tuckian should feel a personal Interest in it and if possible aid by his presj ence j After all the Lincoln Idea about n Protective tariff is an argument which cannot be answered that is when wu send our money abroad for an article we get the article the foreign manu facturer and foreign laborer who pro duced It the money iWhen it is produced in America we keep the money and the article both on this side of theI water while the laborer who by the wages is enabled to PIoCltsI products of the farm for his tableand school books for his children No vo er should be fooled on a question ike thisIThe Democratic press of the coun try should he required to elect which It will adhere to in one reath It has Solemnly declared that the Republican Campaign Committee frying millions out of the corpora protected Industries etc I a r fo Ii 1 f while In tub toext assertion I U r unabfesfo d j to mouth Where so much inconsis tency abounds we presume n little thing like this will not disturb our I Democratic brethren Other people cannot help but take notice however i I One by one tho troublesome quarrels orrl states are being smoothed out the path way of Bryan and Kern to suc cess In November made lesa snoath by reason thereof A few days ago t was announced that the split in West Virginia had been happily compromls ed and now the good news comes that factional troubles in Tennessee have Tlllmnnithe I j nor who Is malkng the race updn lh temperance Issue against Patterson a whiskey candidate will stand an ex cellent show of election ratThe Democratic managers started out to run n poor mans race in the- presidential contest avowing that they j Intended to publish the source of all contributions A few days ago th Treasurer announced that he hadre celved 250000 and had that much In j I the Treasury When called upon after aI good deal of humming and hawing i lit was asserted that It had been left lover from the Parker campaign This j statement however created a great mutthe source of this munlfflcent con t trlbutlbn Is still unknown o Voters In comparing the panic of tin i past year with the Cleveland panic of 1893will no doubt remember that under rthe Cleveland panic we not only had lIno monuybut everything a farmer had oto sell was at the lowest prices ever known in this country and that wage earners could get no work at nn yial price The recent trouble semis t resultlings of money in the banks and an unwll llngness on the part of the banks to furnish loans Prices have not ma tonally fallen on any products of the farm nor have wages decreased although In some localities laborers have been thrown out of employment through the shutting down of facto Illes All this has been caused solely by the threats to revise the tariff along lines which would destroy tile I beentI the result of every effort to revise luo tariff in tho history ofthe countrynnd the severity or length of tho business degression has kept puce with to- severity of the attack upon andsoulIt will continue to do so Mr Bryan bo elected president ever- with a Republican Senate in the way j tho business of the country will be a standstill for four years or until lit demonstrated whether or not a Do mocratic low tariff president Is backed up eventually by n low tariff Des mocratic Congress No doubt can exist of a well devl PutnofIcountry by the Tobacco trust the Wheat trust and every other trust which dents in farm products to destroy the plans of tIle tillers of the soil for effective organ thae forces by promoting various kinds of organizations which the schemers hope and pray will soon be engaged ir a fratricidal war which will exterml ForiIat the expense of the farmers have rej lied upon the seemingly correct Idea that farmers could not organize and organizesexploded some other mesas must bo found to prevent Justice and tight and it fair distribution of tho rewards which should come to the tollers those who first by tho aid of undI sunlight bring into existence which in Value outweigh all tho rest I of tbe wEalth of tilt nation We shall be very greatly disappointed If the far ruers of tills country have not reached a sufficient decree of enlightenment t enable them to see through this sub tile scheme and to prevent It byI islanding together as brothers should whose every interest Is Jin common Evidence is multiplying dally which tells them to do so For Instance the tobacco trust has determined to expend millions CarI use that vast amount to pay them prices for tobacco commensurate with the amount of labor and capital which the farmers expend upon that product to it upon the market Dally newspapers of wide InfluencoI have been purchased to do reportsIr Equity and the various tobacco organ zations with the undoubted purpose of turning public sentiment against them to drive them to the wall in order that they may come again into what they consider their own but what will mean A starvation prices to file poor tobacco growers Tho result of the struggle can only accomplish one of three fair living price for this motif ditty cult to product of nil farm products abandonment bIttlS growth by the farmers or poverty starvation slid abject shiVe ryiTh result of the is sue rests with the tobacco grol ers themielyes 1 f Explains Itself Said Mr Bryan in his speech on the Tariff How will Mr Taft explain to theJ average man the benefits of C tlon 1 t your heart hlrBryan- ljhedoesnt have to explain Mr Taft has only to point tp the difference inhwages paid In thlscountry and In land for Instance Why do laborers from about every where come to this country if not to better their ondltlon 3Under the Protective Tariff wages have been kept up During the Tariff reform days of the Democratic party under President Cleveland wages went to smashwhere there were any wages at all for the average man remembers qulto clearly that the prln clpal Industry of those trying times was the free soup house eThe advocate of u Tariff based upon the fundamental principle of Protec tlon points to result and needs to make no explanation It is the other fellow tho one who advocates the FreeTrade Idea or a Tariff for revenue onlywho must do the ex plaining cIThe South and The Tariff the Republican party in a number of the Southern States Is yet a disorganized body maintained by a ofosharing tho political spoils late years have given evidence of a breaking up of the solid South Some States that were uncompromisingly Demo cratlc are now doubtful and somo are quite suro to go Republican In natlon campaigns The change in sentiments Is attrlbut ed largely to the Tariff The manufa jturlng Interests of the South have been Increasing at a rapid rate Northern capital has been Invited tasty and the Southerners themselves have turned from the plantation to the factory As the smoke stacks have multiplied the Investors and workingmen have been Inclined to favor the Protective policy that has meant so much for capital and labor In the North the Demo at cratlc policy of FreeTrade has done very much to alienate the Southern vote In the past few years and It Is to be a important factor In fuda tureIt would be too much to expect that of the vrey solid Democratic States dwould tear away from thu old affect flan at this time but the leaven is working Tie old time prejudices a 4tjappearhtsa great many of the Southern Demo crats to the virtue there Is in the paltty of Lincoln They are beginning to measure that party by other stand ards thali those of rank hater d Those j who believe in adequate Protection to American Investments and labor willi not always vote for the party that goes contrary to Protection because the party that espouses It opposed the J South In tho Civil War The better feeling oust Increase 4jIDut the furtlifr we drift away from tho great struggle of the sixties the Grcal affairs of the South Because 6f the fast Increasing manufacturing In jtercsts of the South that need Tariff Protqctlon anti because of the better feeling all around It would not be surprising if tho Republican vote in hte South next November surpassed the estimate of the most optimistic ICOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Sept SDro Gardner is holding a- very successful meeting nt Prentis There has been quite a number of con versionsSeveral from this neighborhood attended the picnic and colt show at Shultztown Saturday Miss vera Gonhm has returned horn an extended visit to friends and relatives near Maxey and Wysox Miss Orplm Stevens visited her par ents hero Saturday night and Sunday IMr Dave Black is still on the sick list 4 Mrs J L Allen and little daughter Francis visited relatives near Concord Sunday and Monday The small son of Mr and Mrs Jim Black is very sick at this writing Mr and Mrs Lee Mason are the1 proud parents of a baby boy which was born Thursday night Mr Newton Cox formely of this- pll1ceand Miss Smith were married at the brides home near Crom well Sunday Best wishes for their happiness through life WitBept 10Rov Love preached his farewell sermon to this people last Sunday The wopdwork on our Baptist undermanagement church is being rapidly noh I 1 R Goodall and Virgil Blshop are building new homes J L b1div E Dennett bulb 1ngcgncteta alin frtinof Yt lelc i hornes t V 1 v1 A nR e awl wife are Jn A1i East jurchaslrigtHelrvnewsdod- sMrJp WllspftiIor ar lowh visit ed htdhcothor Iftlaty 1 fMcKeniioy of thhfplaceJal1t EvWkVj firs to Ioe Ben r hei rJr nt1 daughter of Cinclnpntl evdWn J oJ Warden a Miss Laura MtPhefBbirMB visiting relatives In Owensboro Miss Nora Bowers of Cromwell Is ere visiting Miss Bertie Condit Mr 0 Flynn and wife Utica are here visiting their dnughterMrs E M MortonJ Jackson made a business trip to Hartford last Salem Basham has btPUglha new engine to town will do general mill workfGilbert and Jackson twoof our hustling Qnrlienteraareerecting- a new dwelling house for Harve Bennett a or HICKORY CHURCH Sept IMra J T Davis visited relatives at this place Sunday and Monday MlssMabel Porter was the guest of Cllffle Davis Tuesday Mr ahd Mrs J H Sorrels visited Mrs Sorrels parents Mr and Mrs John Harrel last Sunday Mr Bert Davis visited his aunt dire H J Ranney last Saturday nightMr Martin Porter and sIsterMlss Mabel visited relatives near Crom well last Sunday MJss Pearl Leach Is on the sick list at this writing Mr A C Leach went to Taylor Mines Tuesday Miss Sophia Raley visited her cous- In Cllfflo Davis Tuesday afternoon Mrs J Henry Leach Is better nt this writing Miss Lee Stevens was the guest of Miss Edna Leach last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Leach Manda visited Mr A B Leach and family SundayMisses Ruth Hammons and Dalara Leach were the guests of Miss MJibel Porter last rlday night Mr Len Leach Is on the sick list this writing Mr Joy Westerfield gave a1 party at the home of his father tr Steve Wes terfleld last Saturday night A largo crowd attended and everybody had nice time Mr and Mrs J N Oldham and Miss Lena Wallace visited Mr R CMose fODAY FVE f- lIc JIf 1 atteferxer Uua 1k4- r i fr 1 v J- a Y rf i11J fl R CASE JNClbiNT J 1 lMfounlStColuinbusOhtowrltoshave I11v fever rue results being remark able I can highly recommend It to all who are suffering with the above dls eased I am happy to bo able to say It has hpl no wonderfully Wlil Is known an hay fever Is In reality viidimlo catarrh a catarrhal condition of tho nose throat sometimes the broiuhlal tube Induced by some local irritant Thoirrltaltonis generally due to vege tal cmnnatlona of seine sort Hay Ins been suspected as being the cause of this malady hence Its name hay fever It him been attributed to rag weed and other vegetation also It is avery capricious dlspaao coming and going A mcdtelno that will help ono case may not help another Such treatment has always been very uncertain and unsat isfactoryPoruna helps some cases without a doubt although it la not claimed to bean Infallible remedy for such cases Manalln the Ideal Laxative ley and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs J H Davis visited Mrs Henry Leach who Is ill at tho t r home of her sister Mrs Nannie San defur last Sunday Mr and Mrs R C McSherry were the guests of Mr R C Moseley Sat urday night and Sunday Mr George Austin was the guest of his cousin Mr Jadle Raley Saturday night I PURNITURE I I furnishingsweclassto 1 garrett from kitchen to parlor We invite in Ito we courtcomparison After seeing and 1our showings if you are not fully con veryIfQ neither adds to our detracts from its real vAlue Legitimate values courteous treatment andhohV wooffer 4 5 4 5 tbedeficiency 5 10 E 1 P BKflfcBeiyerDam SS6 SSS r tr I r r r tr r tir 11r r f jd y i t k 1 f y x w rn qa err wuRTNr SG HOOL ROOM 1UYoUR LITTLE BUSTER BROWN Is NoW AT HIs a DEsK NoT fAR AWAy fROM HIM MAY sIT ANOTHER BoY BETTER DREssED Do YoU RE MEMbER WHEN YoU WERE A CHILD AND WERE YoU EVER AsHAMED ECAUsElyOV DID Not HAVE NICE CLoTHEs WHEN YoU WENT To sCHooL it YOU CLOTHE YoUR LITTLE BUSTER BROWNS WELL THEY WILL sTUDY THEIR LEssoNs BETTER WILL NoT BE WoRTH WHAT CLoTHEs CosT To HAVE THEM LOVE THEIR BOOKS ESPECIALLY WHEN YoU CAN GET A BoYs NICE sCHooL PANTs AT 5075 AND IOOB0YS NICE sCHooL sUITs AT 150 To 500 YoUTHs sCHooL sUITs LoNG PANTs AT 300 To 1000 BOYS sCHooL SHoES AT I To 2 CHILDRENs sCHooL CAPs AT 10C TO 50C CHILDRENs sCHooL sHoEs 1 To 250 WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT LITTLE BUsTER BROWNS AND BIGGER BUSTER BRoWNs WEAR RING THEM IN AND LET Us RIG THEM oUT CHILDREN ARE WELCoME AT oUR sToREa RESPECTFULLY Jr Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 lilnols Central RallroadTlme Table North Hound Lionel Houuo- No18Pdus4Onin No121d11t101NII- INo17dne12Optn NollgdfPC4Rpn- No10lduo2NRptn SItIl1 due R2 m Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office The Hartford PressingParlor guar antees all work Itlt Is choice fresh groceries you want go direct to US Carsons For H J Hlnzs purecidar vinegar call on U S Carson 10 years old CIty Restaurant will nave every thing good to eat during the Ftir l1Ts J C Payne St Louis Is visit Ing her sister Mts Wallace Riley 1Ml Evory taste and every lJUrse fInds sUtsfactlon here CARSON CO New Suits Now Hat Ne Shoes and new Nockties at Carson c Cosi For SaleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford xyI ltC Get your ice Creanlrup Coca Cola etcr during the 1air at City Restaur ant LIt you are In need of a new Car 1 pet Matting or Furniture call on Car son Co- Ln l S have your skirts pressed at the HartfOrd Pressing Parlor Price most reasgnable Mrs Ella D Boone and MIss Maggie Duncan Loulsvllle are visiting their sister Mrs F L Felix Mr lc Well Fogle and Miss Wino nay Stevens Have returned to their studies at Georgetown College When YOU attend the fair next week come and let tis tit you out In a branil now Suit Shoes and Hat t CARSON CO Thechenpest plan to have r loetkes cleaned and presiled Is to buyI ticket at the Hartford Pressing Parlor anlfuse it just as you want to at re ih d rates t sl f 1tore lBnqre ah anymanlar- Hanford should not go JqoJ lng neat can get his clothes cleaned- shad Dressed SOngartly at the HartfordyyyPteA- eiirg L s i Parlor to 1AiI IlJf l I l- I T stI-i r f I 11 t 41 1 If It is a Wedding Suit call on Car i son Co 11yl bYi Those Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant are so good I City Iestaurant Is surely feeding the people and getting better alt the timeI I will pay 15c for eggs until ther notice m JAMES LYONS Come to us when you want your heaping moneys worth CARSON COI Mrs S E Elgin of Hopkthsville Is In the city visiting the family ot Rev V1rg11 Elgin Get your end lunches at City Restaurant during the Fair Every thing tlrstelassIMiss Lillie Dalrd Louisville was the guest of friends In lIalUord front Saturday until Monday I Mr Rayner Tinsley went to Lexlng- ton last Saturday where he nlatrlcula ted lu the State University I Would like to rent two furnished rooms for light house keeping Ad dress Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tt- Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R D No I will answer phone at A IF Carters Concord anY hour ltt- 1lr Taylor Bartley wife and child of Romney Ind are the guests of Mr- atad Mrs Robert Forrester city We are paying 16c per dozenfor Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest ItrParlor costs you 1 It Is good for three suits cleaned and pressed or tour suite pressed Dorato the wife of Mr George n- White llonday Septf6th a tine ten pound boy Dr Augustus Riley at tending tthyslelon T It Darn rd ot the firm of IIMr and company hits roturne4 eastern cities where he went llUrchase to now good- sWantedtRellabie energbtic man to sell luberJ atink oils greases and paint In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission Xours very truly l STETSON OIL OOj- level ldOhI9 des rts + r di inthe neat sndrpce sedTottiy at the Hartford thQIiartford ngParror I rtlods nf1d f fand Ydeh1ir red Te1t1 oHltti I I r xl Mrs fettie Sanders Owensboro vislting trlends latovgn Mrs Clarence Frier Shawneetowr ill to vlsfUng relatives In town Mrs A J Cassidy Louisville arrived In town yesterday afternoon Dr J A DuCt has located at- Beaver Dam torr the practice of his profession Cap J 31 DeWeese arrived tram Eddyvllle yesterday afternoon and will remain several days Mr and Mrs Charles Rogers and children are the guests of Capt and Mrs S K Cox durlngUle fair tlr R T Collins Loulllvlllo urrly ed Wednesday evening to join his tii mlly and attend the Onlo Couuty Fair Mr and Mrs W M Fair have re turned from Louisville and Clndnllatl where they had gone to purchase rev goods Afr and Mrs L M Render Lous vllle were the guests ot heir parents Mr and Mrs W D Render several day this week Mr J Tyler DavlsLoulsvllleGenl agent for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company Is In town for a few days bliss Norma Drown Centertown andI Mrs Fred Trathen Wheatcrort are the guests ot their sister Mrs Isaac Foster city Dr and Mss A S y wt C gave a nice Euchre party Tuesday evening 0I a few of their friends In honor Gleenvlllelwho Dr W R Elgin RulovllleMiss and Mr Virgil C Elgin Tucson Arizona son of Rev and burs Virgil Elgin are here to tie at the bedside of their brother Mr Julian Elgin who Is I stiliIvery Ill I Mr A L Carson of Louisville who with his family has been visiting rela tires near Hartford for tro past ten calliIlastIMessrs C P Keowtl Berry Tay E Thouus anti Dr A S Yewell members ot Hartford lOdge Xo G7Ei F M attended the Mu I sonic supper glen by rerl1lo lodge last Saturday night I Miss Martina Ilenuett left last Aron day for Pittsburg Texas to accept a Illosltion as teacher ht Smith Col that place Miss Bennett h- anI accomplished teactcr and will ht splendiVuddition to tutu fuculty of IIa Institution She will be greatly by her many friends In Hart ItordIacres good idil land well watered 3t acres lit good timber good dwelling and out building the same being the farm I now live on The other 6S acre hill hand with 30 acres In good timber buildings S S ACTON InoXnnows Ky It R 2 S14 At the mule colt show given by Black Blrklneadlast Snlurdaythere were about six entires and the con test was close causing consldeablo interest among the owners of flue young WilliIbest mare mule and bfr Alvey Carter premium of 750 for the best horse mule We announceIn this issue Esq W S Dean of Dundee for Represen- laliso In the next General Assembly Esuglro bear Is yell qunilfled for the place amt Is pofulnr In his commuu- Uy lIe has been a member of the Flscsl Court for three years and has outdo a fine recold os u guardian or- I the peoples Interests It nominated ho woulJ make II wlllnllg racE Monthly report blanks can be had by calling at the Superintendents of ice The questions In Theory and Practice for Teachers Examinations during the coning year wll be taken eCclusively trol the Reading Circle Work Let me urge the teachels to secure these books and familiarize themsalves with the contents J M DEWEESE S C S JMrgroceryman InterIson Three well developed bannnas ire grown Into one and are clearly out lined on the lnnerbr curved side but on the back the line or distinction is scarcely visible and forms one eon Unous covering over a surface more than tour Inches broad We have nev er seen this display of double or trIp lets In the banana before A reunion of the family J D lNlIer was held at the home 9f J W Miller near Frledaland Saturday Fl- ty children and grand children were present Mr J H Miller of Altus- Dklahpma was the guest ot honor Abrhecned dinner wus served In the shade ot the trees and none of the good things of the season were ntiss lag from the table It was a dhy of enjoyment for both ynnnflamid ol1nd the writet Whose oo ei was tq be thereslncerdlyhope that a other rive years will find mono fsml s tng attbe next retwlon Js I rr ti g r In this Issue will be found the IIollcement ot Mr Daniel King auII llilrs to the position of or Ohio county and asks for that position at the hands of the Republican party at tile coming primary election Mr King Is u carpenter by trade and Is nn honorable and Industrious citizen It nominated and elected he will take care ot the du ties of the posltlen In a satisfactory manner I1lc1nlcfanner was dangerously Injured by I being struck over to rlg ht eye with II brick thmym by Cleveland 41ngdish I er It seems that Will English a brat i Of tu defendant and Tanner were j drinking and In arowen the brick was thrwn Dr Jbrd or Llvernllore was wiled and found It necessary Sr- take several stitches In the wound At first It was thcueht tnt Ttmmner could nt recover but late Monday I rnIlngwas arrested whlle attempting lJoOCr III L N train He toI brought to Hartford yesterday by arresting officer Charles Howley and lodged III jail and the examlng trial Is set tor Thursday Sept 17t Louisville Horse Show The Loulsvlllo Horse Show will be held at the First Regiment Armory In Louisville from September 28 to I October 3 the exhibitions taking place each evening Prizes aggregating 14 300 will be awardedmu king the largest amount ot prize money given outside of the show nt Madison Square Garden The greatest show stables In the coup try will compete and representations for every class will be given Reglnultl C Vanderbilt Alfred G Vanderbilt C W Watson Ey H nod ford Paul Sorg and burs Jurvis Hunt are among the large exhibitors of liar ness horses fromii distant points who will show while Lawrence Jules or Louisville will bo one of the more prominent Kentucky exhibitors of harness IImBes Kentucky of course will be to the fore in the saddle rlllg- of which there ens eleven open classes Practically all of the crack horsemen of the lIIulgrasll will compete for the rich prizes and tropulcs which have been hung up A spectacular feature this year will be the frumps and It Is expected that I IJrOIC1l11as auspices of the American Hackney Illore Society are also hwovatfons The Judges are among the most no ted experts In the country J W OgI den of New York William O Hoc lce Celler of New York and it A FallI balrnof VCstficldN Jrw111 judge tim I harness horses alultr Iallbalm will tic the blues for this roadsters George Loindondlers and the hunters and jumpers and C L Pemuberton of Elizabeth town will judge the fivegated classes HERERT Sept SHe Wm H I3runer IIletI his regular Illlllontment Saturday undI Sunday lisa Ifalllo duller has malarial fe rI lases Mary and Verna Storms of- Headersun who have been visiting Mr Armada Stewart returned homo Mon day Mr John Duncan Owenshoro Is the guoat of lire family of J W Ford There was n party at Mr Ceo Bur i dettu Saturday night Rain Is needed very badly here far liters are busy cutting tobacco and nmllng sorghum Emmiet and Ilerbert Hnymes 1Iessrs attended church here Sunday B Chambers Is taking treat IIUllIt from Dr Coofman ut Owens boro iSchool began at Sour Wood Monday Mr WeatherColdI i School has also begun at Miller schoolhouse Miss Ella Voyles tlLCCII bhiss Baxter Miller Is ordsmIEmmett Channbliss ordsvllle IlIr ciiurch hero Sunday bhrs May Sublett I3runer Miss Chapi- Pell und Mr Roy Rice of ChambersI attended church here Sunday BARRETTS FERRYISept SFarmers are very busy cut injuringMr Tom Dasham while cutting timber happened to a very serious ned dent getting three of his toes cut oft Dr Lawless ot Narrows dress eel tho wound and he Is getting along as well as could be expected Mrs Columbia Ailen who bas been visiting rrlends near Sulpllllr Springs returned Jime recently Mr Armon Phillips of SherldaliArk Is vlsittfg his uncle Mr I still PetIe ty Ir Charlie Dldcklock and aridly have move to Sheridan Ark MrlIu Wedding spent they day at Sulp11ur Springs Sunda- yMrEstlll Blacklock arid wife spout y J 11 iJt 181 I =m Latest of the Late NEWEST OF THE NEW I If it isnew and uptodate you will it at Barnard Cos No has Ifind or usedtobes here Keep in touch with our latest arrivals in i Belts Neckwear and the many littler frills which are the essence of good taste therefore the essence of good dressingNew Arrivals Our Millinery will be the best L JJleftwish to sell you Our Childrens readytowear Hats for fall will be ofsurpassing style and extremely low prices Hats for school wear especially featured For Men the Dutchess line of Trousers has arrived Ten cents a j Button p100a rip Splendid Come in BARNARD col artford yr1- II ill DiIDI i- U Wq94 0 47WAA +VgrOVrOW UOVACr 4 4 When you Cope to All 4 The Ohio County Fair Pephllps you will want tu buy 100 worth of sugar q or 100 worth of coffee It can of lard or a barrel of bJ 11 flour You play come for tIlls more than any other t tiling We all like tu buy where we can get the O- ftl bJ specialC bt 4 pare our prices with our competitor uality con y fi sitlered and when you have done this we know os6D will be delighted by having fount the best place it C a knowingrp less money than anyone else Dont forget the tt- C 4 place bt- C b- ti JAMES LYONS Hartford Iy tt t i tcc r rvv aYaa w Saturday and Sunday with their uncle Mr James Harrison oCNarrowsIMiss Ida Day ot fronds and relatives at this place Friends are expecting ofr J f Petty at home lie Is at Hot Springs Ark for his health Mr Rowe Harrison Is very liilat this writing BEAVER DAM Sept DRev Virgil Elgin filled his regular appointment hero Sunday morning and night West Kentucky heminary opened Monday morning Sept 7 with a full I1ttendrncI there being a good Himntb- eof outside pupils the teachers lro follows C C Justls Principal asI MilIIFielden Primary Mrs A R Creoi Music Miss Lillian hr left Sunday after noon for fowling Green where site will attend the Southfrn Normal the coming school year She was aecom- panlet bY her sister Miss May who returned home Tuesday evening Dries Isabel Dean has returned to Owensboro after a weeks visit to her parents hero Mr harry Monroe Is In the market Y J at Louisville this week Mrs S D Vun Iieler Central City spent Friday Saturday and Sunday with friends In town 1lr S B Van Meter spent Sunday In town Mrs C P Austin entertained tern Jades Flinch Club at her house ate Second Street Friday afternoon TJw out of town guests were MrsSli Can Meter Central City Mrs J O McKea Hey Taylor Mimics Mrs Z W OrN fin and Mrs honker iVllllams Hart ford Mrs B F Elbln of Hartford S spending a few days with her duuh ter Mrs Jno n Barnes Mr D L Miller and wife spent Sirs day and Monday with relatives In nwc- nsboro The trustees of Ilse school are hailiqr the schoolhouse lot graded and a ro- creta walk put in which when corn pletedwill add materially to the louits- of the ground Time Peoples Bank of this place st hank organized September last 1f- iby W A Hone liquidated its bum ness on August 31 and turned U aver to the Beaver Dann Deposit Dank The reason given was close compeur ton and hard tines In the memos lIne n CROSSING THE BAR Dylnp Words of Some of the Worldi Famous Men Nothnaget who dIed atone In bLi room noted hIs own symptoms to the last A letter to his assIstant Is saltl to have ended os follows Written late on the evenIng ot July 0 just aft er experIencIng these severe attacks tiled ot calcification ot the arteries Traubo also mode observations on hIm self to the very end Locock expressel1 a wish to be present I1t the postmortem examInation on himself and moong Cuvlers lost recorded words Is n remark ns hIs fingers twitched Invohm- tarlly Charles Bell Is rlgbq Co son t des serfs do In volonte qui soot main tilts Dyco Davidson professor at Aberdeen died immediately utter soy Ing to hIs class speaking ot the next meeting whIch was never to taka place our oclock on Monday gen ttemen 4 oclock Several doctors hoe taken theIr leave wIth a blessIng to those around them Astley Coopers last recorded words are Goo bless you and goodUy to you alit lie had previously sold this physIcIans BrIght und Chambers Gods will be done Goo blest you both addIng You must excuse mt but I shall take no more medIcine Benjamin BrOOle was heard to mutter After pil God Is very goal Th saddest ot all recorded lost words are 1 probably those ot Oliver Golllsmlth who when asked by his physician It hIs mInd was at ease solll No It Is notl On the other hand William Hunters mind seems to hue been fullI ot brIght thoughts nt the moment otI death for he sold It I coulll hold II pen what a book I coulll writeIPasteur and Darwin though not be longing to time medIcal profession are venerated by It as teaches DurwIns- lost words were lam not the least afraid to dIe Pasteur was offered n cup ot milk ntlll belllg unable to swal low It murmured I cannot lIeI passed away with one hand wifes the other grnsplng a cnlcUlxt Lastly are mentioned the lust words ot- Mlrnbeou witch are said to have been addressed to a doctor lIe wrote on a slip of paper whIch he gave to hIs physician the philosopher Cullnnls the single word Dormlr mother acv count whIch may bo nn expanded version ot this Is that after begging for an anodyne he said reproachfully to the doctor Were you not lilY plmysi clan and my friend DId you not promise to spare me the suffering or such n death Must I go away carrying with me the regret of having confided n In youT This Is rather a long ant rhetorical speech for a dying r an British Medical Journal Japaneso New Year CakescAn annual event In Japan Is theII making of the New Years cake whIch every family must have It goal luck Is to follow It during the ensuing yeurr This cake Is made of n peculiar nrletyS ot rice boiled and pounded In u great wooden mortar until It Is or the conI slsteney ot dough Although the IlUres white dough Is often colored yellow or pInk the shape of the cake Is 01v wars tine somethat of the sacred mni- rrer one ot the three sacred symbols ot the ShInto faIth A pIece ot thIs cake Is offered to time ShInto deities because It Is or the drape of the sacred mIrror whIch wooed the sun goddess to come out ot the cave where she had hidden hlamlher or the faintly takes u baud In the manufacture ot the New Years cnleCI Ever the baby Is carried out and hIsg baby hnnll guided In lifting the heavy wooden mallet for a good luck blow Enough Is made to last nearly the whole year through and It occupies k clleslletIIQueerAt first thought the electrIc chairt which scuds time erhatual to his doom would seem to he a refinement or hr- ventiou possible only to mms genius lint the electric eel can benumb a horse so that It will drown before re Iw front 0I1crcestgentlest touch of thIs creature Small wonder these eels flourish III theIr na the waters amid seldomt fall to find 011 boil enough and to spare 1t ally rate the gentleman angler casting his fly upon the ripple Iii 101the01wIthforward from Its bead lipped with aeflesh wormltlw appendage The fish r lies quietly on the bottom and nwnitg- a nibble Soon n mlllllow makes n dash for the wavItg luscious morsel Time bilge mouth opens onl1th Onuy angler has dined A verlhmble Shloclgthis with roil lime llli baIt ot 0111- Ilelh aid nlll boneChlcuo HocortlIIIIb When the Nose Bleeds When the nose Is bleeding never holllu It over a basin or hold the head down In any way This only curses furtherS rush ot blood to time broken to the nose Time hem should be held UlIand ltllck the flow being caught r bnudlerchlef or cloths One of the most effective anti II 111 pIe means clmecking u nosebleed Is to press orI the upper lip Near tilt undersurface ot time lip runs the artery thut suppllts slnlpturcsDow ot blood Is mechnnlcally checked thus allowing the blood around the broken tissues to congeal and seal up tilt opeufug J merely presslllS with ot the finger does not succeed place U wad ot paper under the lip and told the lip over t holding It down Again It this does not succeed tightI drug store is near get some saturate a pIece ot cotton with It andtlpphy to time Interior ot the nose I where the blood flows j I 0 Benses of Insects Insects guide themselves in flight ai most entirely and on limo ground pnrtl 7 by mesas ot their faceted eyes Tin antennae und limo Ibncctil sensory or gnus cannot help In aerial steering Insects peacelre tile motion ot ob sects particularly well1 etho displacements ot visual images relatlvelr to the compound eye They therefore seo better when on time wing than at rest for during flight the Image or 1m mobile objects Is displaced relatively to the eye- Insects distinguish tho contours an- forme ot objects only more or less In distinctlyInsects appreciate the direction and distance ot objects Tory clearly during flight by the aId ot their compound eyes They cnn also appreciate even when nt rest the distance ot Immobile objects Certain Insects bees bumblebees distinguish color cletrly and recognize colors better than forms Amon others wasps the perception ot color appears on the contrary to bo Very rudlmentafjSenses or Insects 0TheJaps as Jokers In the days ot the second mplreI Baron Gros was sent to Japan to wand the opening ot certain ports French commerce Among the rest heI cerecity Japanese smiled so broadly when he preferred the request that the French ambassador asked them to tell hIm what gave them so much amusement but instead answering the Japanese minIsters saId Wo will open the port In question lord It France In her turn will open n certain port to us What port Is than asked the Frenchman Time port of Liverpool But your excellencies laughing LIverpool Is not It French port but English one Yes answered the Japanese and port you named Is not In Japan In Korea The French ambassador was com polled to admit that the Joke was agaInst IdnmLondon Answersa IITheNot until you have gone down In a submarIne and seen the crew at worln cnn you say you have seen the limit totl whIch It Is possible to drill human creatures Xo crack company ot n regl meat no fire company In OilY ot our bIg titles not seen the englno force on monofwar Is under such discipline as the crew of a submarine Time navy epartment and time men themselves allrealize that mouths are required before even time most capable group ot ten be made to work as n unit perfect clockwork There Is no time to ed break In crews when once war la do dared nntd for thIs reason time subtnmu of servIce Is continually and hlCew lu war practice Practice runsp the ordinary sense do not ach time time bent stands out to sea goes as Ir for busIness the scenes you sec bring exactly like hose that In be enacted were the vessel bent all upon actually sinkIng nn enemySt of tilcholns Told Ills Own Story as at lIlss Lydia ConIc a clever 11yan- dotte gIrl Is tho only Indian Woman Inwcr In the world She Is n memt n of the Kansas liar at Kansas City a recent IndIan coma that she ell she told an Interesting heal story the So J put my man on time stand she said That If your case Is a just one Is always tho thing to do You In now the story ot the Kansas land 1We11 out here many years ago a brought suits before time spuire t recover some laud that had been outrageously inched from him Ills case was n bond one hut the other sllle pi1I1IIFeBtool tho stood lnlmsclf not n jotI dlLeenIIIUofcSlInllethe evidence excepting lilY own Is allm agnlust me Now I dont occuto anttuf lying squire but these wltnesse tna oast nmistalrem lot of fellows I saw You know me squire Two arts ago you sold ate n hoes form sound that was us blind as n hat I undo time deal anti stuck to It and thIs Is the first time I have mfntlon- cd It Wlleit you used to buy any squIre you stood on time sales time empty wagon was wolgLed I never saId a sword Now do tI1lclw ho done me n rent wrongu squire If youll recall that sheep IeButtime IIthosiUnderpersona completing certain courses otg will be awarded a certificate permits them to teach anywhere In Kentucky without further xamination H H Cherry President the Western Normal w111 furnish full normntiop upon nppllcn Ion 7t2 Now Lincoln Accepted The nnturtl change of epIstolary leads ono to expect time business- or personal letter of today to be different from that of CiO years ago Fnsh a Ions In loll cs change just liS do fall Ions In correspondence Therefore i t Is Interesting to compare uO letter which Abraham Lincoln ivrole May 2 ISGO to the Chairman of the spec1al committee appointed to uofltq him that ho had been chosen asthe can 111 dote for President or the United States SIr I accept the nomination ten tiered mo by the convention over wimici you presided and ot which I um tar yourdus a ot the convention for the purpose The declaration or principles nnl1 sentiments width accompanies that letter meets my approval und It shall bo my taro not to violate or dIsregard It In any partI- mploring the assistance ot Divine Providence and with due regard to werge represented In the dim o rIght of all the states und territories and people ot the notion to the Inviolability of time constitution I1nd time perpetual uufott harmony and prosperity otol11 air most lmappy to cooperate for the practical success of conIentlonzen A LINCOLN Surely the candIdates ot today cant hardly plead moro weighty Issues In the year 1908 than In tUs year 1860 aI resaon for departure from time sImple und direct style adopted by Lincoln Enter the Western Normal See your County Superintendent 1w- modfatly shout free tuItion and H H Cherry of Bowling Green writeI new catalog The Tariff Issue First then let me say tlmat I lII a protectionIst I nn sufficiently precti cal to value the utility o a tact lmlgh er thlln the beauty of a theory mud m n Protectionist because experience as demonstrated that the application that principle imam lifted us as n to a plane of prosperity above occupIed by any other people I especially commend that plank of our platform which promises an early ret Islt u or tariff schedules That pledge will bo u1lIIcd In mt ndjust- ment bllllell hi every particular upon the broad prhmchde5 of protection for Amcrlcnn lmmterestsalike for labor for capital far producers and cou- aumcrs The Dingley bm when sac was well adapted to the ttexIsting condItions The development Industrial prosperity In n decade In volume and degree have sur assed our most roseate exactatoms have so altered condItions that In cer talndetails of schedules they no longer every particular mote out Justice to Jn thIs readjustment the principle protection must and will govern such duties must and will be will equalize the cost or production homo and abroad and Insure a reasonable profit to all AmerIcan Interests The Republican Idea ot such profit embraces not alone tho monu- tactuIer nor alone the capital lm est but all engaged In ductlon the employer and employedI artisan thin farmer the those engaged In transportation and trade broadly speakIng those engage I every pursuIt and calling whIch our tariff dIrectly or indirectly affects Dur printclploWhen n revenu tariff has been the law adversity and want loco been our portion Our Democratic brethren whose memories are UB short as theIr are frail and who hue ul- WII1i txhlbltell n lack of capacity to by expermnce unmmludhtl or time and IhstructlOJI that arrived dlllIrted with the lust Democratic IIdmlnlstratlon lIeclftle In theIr plat that from favor fluch 1w- mediate revision ot scimcdules na- ay be necessary tu restore rte to n revunu5 basIs A revetun basis n turf for rewnuo only ultimate tree trade all have an Identical naenuuug that eaning belllg uu nssmmlt upon ttA- morlcan wage scale a lessening do- mund for time products or American loll anti Ameicnn toll less work less pay less of tile necessarIes or and con torts ot life In time light of history what Issue ot the campaign so vitally rleneItile onOI11Ull power now parading Uw little ot tllO Democratic par tyhas taught the notion n valuable and the result oC the coming elovtlon will once more rove the American people to boo apt What the laborer of land sllIIe and unskilled thoI re Is the opportunity nt all tunes his Urals and hfiuvn for pay In good money A protective tnrl and the sold standard both now tLoexisting achievements ot the RepUbl llama partyln spite or SURE CURE For All Diseases f STOMACH LlVU a KIDNEYS position gins the jabdt cr that o por tunlty Oklahomas Political B inking Unconsciously but eftecltbely dlr Bryans loose talk In favor of his bank guaranty schema tins been the means ot exposing the way In which It Is worked In the only community which has tried It In hIs speech In Topeka the Nebraskan poInted proud lY to the circumstances that between December 1907 and May 1908 the Oklahoma bonks which adopted iota guarantee deposit plan gained In de posits d2377G522 while the unsecured banks all national showed a decreasb In deposits of 10180786- lie trlumllhnntly declares that thIs establishes the popularity and the potency ot hIs bank schema A prominent resident ot Oklahoma however who Is well acquainted with the sUuation there tells the readers ot the Globe Deuiocrat how this Bry unlzed bank law works rime enabling act passed by the Republican Con gross appropriated tram the United States treasury OOOOCO for time use ut the public schools of the State ot mal1eI lOlIGov C N the treasurer 0 Mr Ilryans National Committee At first placed in national banksthls 5 100000 fund for the use of the pub lie schools of time State was taken from the National backs and traus erred to time Slate banks Just as soon wasIgave Urnn a chauco to boast lit To- Ilekn that between December 1907 and May 1903 the banks which adopted hIs banking plan galllell t 2377G while time banks not to hIs scheme lost 1101S01 Asa political bndme Gov Haskell- ot Oklahoma may lie satisfactory to his party chlerIIIol but wlat will the people of Oklahoma think ot this juggling with time funds wlalch the Republican CugllEe a11011 ell tom uito Use of time public tcnoolll of the State What will time country trial of Bry offtimeuC the popularity of1i14 bankl t ikw- Dryamt must have ktiotvn how thIs educational fund was exploited to tern n purpose whIch wns not In the minds I of the RlllUhllcl1n Congress who IliUICk fan4cee t passed the enabling net The American people will notseeln this Oklahoma experiment with tite bank guaranty p1An so such of aanr gument 111 favor of Us 1doptlon the country ns Bryan Imagines Is In it u q A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm quickly absorbed Glvea Relief el Once It cleanses soothes heals the disease membrane resulting from Onlnrrh and drives away a Cold in time Head quickly Be- etorea Ithe Senses of r Taste and Smell Full size GO cisatDrug- gists or by mnll In liquId form 75 cents Ely Brothers GG Warren Street New Y- orkSuffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks Who thInk tt Is better to bear wrongi say It nothing wIth which to ease pain but dangerous henrtlulralyzing drugs But now that a safe remedy hiss been found Dr Mlles AnttPaln Pills It III wrong to suffer for nothing can be gained but weakened nerves A safe rule to remember Is When In pain tAke an AnttPJiln Pill This will soothe your quiverIng nerves Dr Mlles AnUPaln Pills relieve paIn by restoring the natural secretions lIP which they differ from opium and slm liar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Ileadache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism DJzzlhess Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve IrrItAtions like Sea- Sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness ndlgestlon etc Pleasant to tAke quick In results AntiPainPillshave received the best results I hear propertiesRAY WATROS D D Iowa City fa Sold by druggists at 25c Money back soldinFREE TrialInckato RemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your case teU ItFreeLADORATOmES ELYHART IND THE DIIIBNCIBetween Good and Poor Wages Is Lar-gelyII a Difference to Education Hundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Telegraphy and are now earning good salaries with the leading business concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IIID A Modem School where business is taught as it is practiced in the best business houses Established over fifteen years Nine teachers Sixty Typewriters Large Patronage Graduates assisted to positions Sandfor Catalog Snowing Interior Views and GIVING RATES of Tuition f t r a DORY DELAYWIT TODAY u rKBNTUCKY BIGGEST SIIOW 1 SEPT 1415 16 fl 18191908 SIX BIG DAYS DAILY 1 ACE5 25000 IN PREMIUMS wEBER BANS C ATRfrn20 SIDE snows Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meetyour friends I and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion pe one of the quarter of a million to visit this years fair LOW RAILROAD RATES Wee lnforsrattoa oatry IIlaaks or catalolt a draN J w NEWMAN Secretary Louisville Ky LE8T810DI rIrs1IIadDacltafe Dlsslnl Nnlafiiiwtc- r r I Cd ar t Oklahoma throughout is A Th best tonic Cursave UMdlclae tr these d- r 500 Gusiutsd 1it U Jig l1lIa ti P Othtitsgrr tlWITD BARNETT SMITA I4 AORNEY AT LAWS r i HARTFORD KY- tdl practice their pr fosslon in all the j ourtsot Ohio and adJoinIng counties and Court of Appeals Special at tEntion gIven to all business entrusted to thulr care Collections and the Practice ot Crlmlnn1 and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build tag FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law KYIIn Ohio and adjoInIng counties and to the Court ot Appeals CrIminal practice and Col lectlons a Specialty Office In the Herald buildIng CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoInIng counties and In the Court ot APpeals Special attention given to crImInal practice antS to collections Office In old Republican buildIng on Center street JNO B WILSON AITORVEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY SpecIal attention gIven to collections making abstracts o also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public squareR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FedoraCourtEtc Collections promptly attended to countyttlce MIIIKAVIlIN IiLNiSiWOtOwA- iiIIEAVRIN WOODWARD G ttotfleus Q aea1 c tHARTFORD KY Wilt practice theIr profession In all the courts of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention gIv- en criminal practice and collections Of- fIce next door to Dank ot Hartford YEN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoIning counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First Nat ndBank I tv11 Amma S A ANDERSOn BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetlce of Law In all courts State and Fed oral with offices south side ot Main Street opposlto Court House Hartford ICy Abstracting Titles and litigation beIW n BARNES ANDERSONj I aPROCUREDANDDDEFENDEDadfl3Od I reporttoemprdahtetc IN ALL COUNTRIES Busllfu ntl aIM IVadinglon raw flap madyasiaflen Ikef rxeludvelrWrite523 math Street opp Vgad atate rataltOmct WASHINGTON D C r- b ILt I KILLTHECOUCHAND i WITH DrDKios DiscoveryFOR AND ALl THROAT AND LUNOTROUBLES O1OR Df1 TRADEMA11aeromplgobhlb Joa THAT PAY PATENfaAlid dpruarrua htme I6aW model photo or sketchen Pt atabalrj tb 7Ndpraetb IU pcqt Hookoerroauhmtoates74to et WAMNOTON ofe 4 1IOUR PATRIOTIC SONGS lIe Are Not as Familiar With Them as We Should Be I IFEW OF US KNOW THE WORDS f How Many American For Instance Can Recite The Star Spangled Dan noror My Country Till of Thee Dixlo arid Maryland My Mary land Proud as they are ot their nation It Is n strange fact that Americans are not so familiar with their countrys patriotic airs as are limo people ot the foreign lands Even when they are stirred to the point ot lnJlng by bands they find It hard to recollect the words And It Is doubtful whether many are aware of the bits ot history attached to some ot the lands ptrlotlc airs Take The Stur Spangled nnnner for instance now much can you slug ot that song Yet It any can be culled tho national anthem this Is the one ot course It It unfair to ourselves to Say that we cannot slag it but It must be admitted that Wl dont know It as generally at we should Its author Iranclll Scott Ivey nor I lies n a cemetery at Frederick Md where all American flag Is always waving over his grave Key wrote the song after un experience lie hadrhlle- a prisoner aboard a British war vessel While he was aboard the boat Fort Mclleury the sole protection of Baltimore nas bombarded and the son I- tellli of his slItisCaction ut finding till flag of his country still waving upol the dawn ot the succeeding morning It Is a hymn which all Americans can join in singing because It breathes the spirit of the whale land untl has not one suggestion ot sectionalism In It Next as a natlonlll song comes America sometimes known liS My Country Tis ot Thee OhJeltlon is frequently raised ngninst this because the tune was not orllllIlIl It Is the property of the British empire liS much as It Is ot the United States and when it Is heard from afar one cannot tell whether the baud watts to feel the Inv splratlon that Is In the words of America or In God Sae the King The words of the song My Country Tis ot Thee were written by Samuel Francis Smith The song was first sung at II Sunday school celellllIt1ol1 of the Fourth or July at the Park Street church In Boston It is un IntereRtllI1 tact that one or the little boys who Lelped to sing America for the first lime Is now the chlllllnill or the United States senate the venerable and rev crend Edword Everett llne Then we have Columbia the Gem of the Ocean which lies sometidn like an echo or Britannia the Pride of the Ocean The tune of Yankee DOodle Is n good one and we all aloe to whistle or hula It but the words unfortunately are not very goal and furthermore It has been sold did not mean a great deal pt the time they were written At any rate It has hot the solemn grandeur that The Star Spangled Bllllner holds The orlglll ot Yanleo Doollle Is shrouded iu the mystery of a score of conflicting tales It Is generally agreed however that the tune carne tram Englnnd and the words were Invented by the British soldiers to be sung In derision of the raw American troops who joined them lit the camp on the Hudson below Albany In 175 i during the French nn1 Inllilln war Twenty years later the rebellious patriots played Yankee Doodle at the battle of Lexington and It became the first national song of the United States PJilladelphla has considerable Inter cst In Ilan Columbia It was writ ten by Joseph IIopidnson of this city although the air was one composed by n German who was conducting an or chestra In New York Ilopkinson wrote the words lit the time when war was threntened with France III tiOS and for a long while It was time most popular ot ourplltrlotlc songs As for sectional songs there lire some iwhlch have mighty good tunes n case- In point being Dixie Although this WM the battle 11mll or till Confe- dor ey Lincoln enjoyed It Immen ely nnd on the day of his assasslnatiomi asked a band to play It for mini pixie however was written long before the civil war cud was not Intended for the use ot the ConCcl1elIntes It was written In 18ifl tel D Emmett who was slngrnl with Bryllnts minstrels In Now York Bry ants shoW was dragging nnU all fall uro seemed Imminent hl asked Inn mett to write a negro walk around tivhlcb would stir up some enthusiasm Dixie was the result Its adaptation nearly two years later ns the war song ot the south was au accident Mrs John Wood was IIJ- Ipeallng at the New Orleans Varieties theater In Iocnbontas On account of the rising tllle of war n zouave lIrlll was Introduced Into the sinew The orchestra leader tried over slvcrnl airs for the march and finally hit upon D11xieb The mvarcloud burst the next week and from Now Orleans Dixie spread allover the south At the north Fanny 3 Crosby the hymn writer wrote a song for Dixie wlllch was strongly Unl9n In sentiment but the other side bud pro empted the air Then It woe that the nortb took up John Browns Body which was first put onqby II company and later Mrs Julia yard Ilowo wrote to this LtuneThe Battle Hymn of the Repub- r iie Another popular soutbdrn air is really lil old German one It bad Cn used ln America for many arin a- vehlclfor the old collegoaong I Lau 7 aa j r- h t c Ji r I tiger Uoratlus but It is now unlverI MyylnrytuntiI This song was consldred by James poemIiroducedLowell coulll not have been partial to Its sentlnlnt8 It was written by Japes Itydor Randall a MuryIander At time outbreak ot hostilities Mr Iran dllll was teaching In a small college In- I Louisiana When he heard the news or the riots In the streets ot Baltimore lu April lSIJ1 hd was fired by the In telllgenco nUll angry because his native state did not forsake the Union Under these circumstances he wrote the poem it was first published in the New Orleans Delta and copied In all the southern papers and ot course became very popular among Maryland secessionists One of these Miss Jennie Cary suggested adapting it to the air of the fmnlllar college song Visa Cary was In Virginia just after the first battle of null Run She and n party ot friends were serenaded at Fairfax Court IIohe by the Wasblng ton Light nrtlllery of New Orleans Miss Cary respunded by singing Mn ryland My MarylandPldlndelphln Prose RESTAURANT TIPS The Much Vexed Question From the Waitors Point of View 01111headpublIc Suppose every waiter hero got a regular salary with no chance for I extras Do you suppose hed be jump tag hurdles for a lot of fussy people I all kicking about better things that belllJlresenteveryholly comfortable mill then listen to their hard luck stories or more painful i jokes No sir hed serve the stuff just ns lie got It from the lichen lie woullint go back and fight for tidbits and extra hot food Hell be lu uo hurry to serve any one and pile up work for himself The customer woulll walt because the welter woullint and prnbnbly hed never come back and thllts where the owner woulll lose It must take great Ingenuity to make the system pay I mused It does said Joseph The stuplll waiter starves Do you know that lu order to hold good waiters the cheap hash sllnlnl JoInts have to pay high reKtl1UrDntRl1lheres In the client places and time must follow opportunity 111m a walterI prey lie simply ltas to be enough to get tillS and lie hits no social I standing to make him bashful There lire two methodsone Is to get then spontnueously the other to force them out Most people tip only because thoyre ashamed not to I male out better with the first method especially In n place like this where most ot our patrons are regulars It Isnt the regular who does the compllllnlng He knows and saves the exertion With strangers Its a gamble It may be n little party and the things they order gladden your heart with IIn- tlclpntlon You try to he a gentleman with the service and then at the finish you get nothingor maybe It dine You cant complain youd bo discharged But there are ways You cl1nt blame a winter who is hunlcoed It lie- adminleters n rebuke In It digultied WilY such IIR Aim sir youve forgot ten n dime ot your change or he can call lids helper and without n word pohit to the coin for him to remove Uobert Sims In lInrpers l1eeldy Persevere I have often heard people In life say It I hllll only kept IIIl1tUlI hall begun Ir I hllli only carrying out my ulllhlllon I aught have amounted to something und been I infnltely happier Multitudes ot people have led oils erablo lives or regret with thwarted ambitions constantly torturing tiilnu simply because In d moment uP weakness uud dlscoufllgemnt they turned back It there Is any time a person needs nerve grit anti stamina It Is when tempted to turn bncl when the coward vote within rays Dont you see how foolish It Is for you tu try to do this thlug You have not tlto means or the strength How foolish to sacrifice years or comfort uud picab lire nt home mmong tile people wlw love you for the sake or doing what you have undertaken It Is hotter OUIjmlstllkeheavy the burden llo not lay It down lit such n time No mutter how dark dlS1couragement any decldet7stepSuccess Magazine Customs of the Street In crowded city streets especially In London mind Purls when n llller is halted by another driver ahead of hiuj he throws mip his hand or his whip perpendicularly as n warnlug to the uuut back ot him Thus warned the next driver checks ills team and then holdw his hand or his whip as a wnrnlllg to the malt hack of him Tims there might ho seen going lip one after an other In a line stretching back hands or whips to the number of halt n dozen or more as the drivers were successively halted or slowed down by the blockS ado In front So of drivers of horse drawn vehicles whose drivers common Jy sit hIgh whore their hands or whips can be seen above their heads This Ignaling Is done somewhat dUYerently by the drivers of automobiles who sit low Soda such circumstances what the automobile driver does tai signal to thoman baet4of him that he Is held apls to sketch his arm out outside als vehicle horizontally to tber1I atI wshngtoI1 Post L1i r e r Ar A I I r Y The New Watch The young mtiq drew forth n fine gold watch Please regulate this he said itA birthday present eh 2 saId tune watchmaker Now listen and IU give you some pointers about how to kelp this watch In Ono condition Wind It In the morning Instead ot at night At least once u year have It oiled Remember that its balance swings 18 000 times a year all on one little drop of oil A wheelbarrow wouldnt stand such treatments It would shriek for lubrication hut the small volco of the watch cannot be hoard After meulllng or cleaning examine your watchs screw heads and frames It they are scratched the workman has been careless lIe Is a man to bo avoided Patronize him no more Dont grumble if your mainspring breaks This IIcclllent Is duo to some uulcnowu condition ot the weather There are mllinspring epidemics like influenza ones Just now such an epidemic is afoot I have taken out sixty fractured mulnsprlngs this week NoW Orleans Tlntes Democrat He Got It Il hail the air of n man who was pnrtlcularl well satisfied with himself I tell you he sllld theres nothing me having sickness lu the talllily to 100l1IlUnnfill going to buy n gown for my little girl lIer nlOtlllr cant get out you know and so I um going to do It myself On the day following he had the air ot a tutus who was particularly dlssllt- Islled with himself Whats the matter he was asked Couldnt you get that gown Couldnt I get IU he repeated Couldnt I get It hang It nil the trouble Is that I did get ltl- Sonlethiug wrong with It Something It It was only some timing I wouldnt mind My taste Is wrong any judgment Is wrong the color Is wrong time size Is wrong and the price Is wrongCidcngo Post Seeing Ourselves bestIn photographer gven IIn author who Is reputedly n poor judge of his own work exercises vast wisdom In selecting his best hook compared with the person who tries to choose llls best photograph Every famous nmu or woman who hits been photographed repeatedly has hits favorite picture Usually It Is the worst In the collec Lien It shows hll11 with an uuhahml expression sittimig or stllllding In an unnatural IIttltllde- I The Inability to judge of his best picture must be due to the average I mans Ignorance os to how he really looks or perhaps It cnn be partly attributed to II desire to look other than thatiIs one that makes him look thin a thin I man the one that makes hlni look JOI1lIestOn Again Off Again A young Ncn York artist who Is almost as noted for lids conI11I1 telldI encles ns he Is for his genius was recently asked by II friend IWbat does your wife think of these spells I should think she would not submit to them Wheii I hlvo II spree confessed the Intelllperate one f nukiy she Is just as goud to me as any one possibly IIl1dII gellc and beyond belief I But once I am sober again she be gins to stag me to promise her and swear to her that I never never never t again will drink n drop and she keeps nt me so determinedly and so persistently i thntbr Tocshe makes me so desperate that I have to go and till up lignin so I can forget It Her Name i One needs patlenco to succeed as nI teacher of time young as this brief logue lu one ot our elementary schools may show Scholl1llvo loft home now maam- Im livhtg with my auntie TencberWhats her name mcIannrI I She has no other I But what dies the woman next door call herT I She doesnt speak to the woman next door IAHard Job any six mouths ago that It Mlss Tipllns woullInt mdrry you- you would throw yourself Into time deepest part of the sea Now Miss Tlpldns married some ono else three mouths ngo and yet you hllent- Ob Its easy to tllll but let me tell you It Is not such nn easy matter find the deolllst part of the set toI Substitutes DoetolJlIIC you glen him the chamJlllne and oysters liS I ordered Patients WlteWell no sir I coultlpt I afford that so I got him oml ginger beer and whelks Distend Do It mat ter sitLoudon Telegraph Reminders Counsel to wftuessNow allow me to reminti you ot what happened to Dalallm WltilessCertalnly nut allow me to remind you that It was th lSB that warned him Lot us boot good cheer remembor lag that tho misfortunes hardest to oem are those which Beier come LoWell r J of lrf i 1 i l Vt 1 e r +++++++ff + + tUf I lTHE KENTUOKYI Ii Light and Power Cor INCORPORATEDF M GOST i ELECTRIC UGHlS ARE CLEAN i t HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME + iOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD II fBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN + J tREACH + I E G BARRASS Manager II tI 111 V V posted THE tlmandsr The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further tact ii that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is IWorldwide World tvide use has made it so IThB Smith PfBl11iBI Typewriter Go- i n oryrvrrltvclJ I R21 lint St ST LOUIS MO I WANTEDA adTw areItVeshiptoallow TIN LAYS JltEE T1lLtL during which time iou mayrioe Ihe bicycle and 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Superlnte eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronec Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 2t Juno 23 September 21 December 2L- w I Miller Horso Dranchllurch 26 iunn i September 2 December 26 w S Lean Dundel3nrtll 27 June 26 September 26 December 2- 7tv IL Edge loordsvillellarch 29fune 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain DedaMarch 3June 2 September 28 December IHerbert Render CentertownMarc- bI Juno 20 September 2J December 30 oIohn II Mlles RockportMureh 31 June 3oj September 0 December r- HAnIFOnD POLICE COURT R n Wedding Judge J S GfemlClty Attorney S II Solbert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES eCOnaip m und 4th Snday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday evelJIC p ChurchSonlcos fIrst Sunday to each month at 11 a rn und 7 p m Rev Rozarth Pastor ChrlsUon ChurchSorvdces every fount Sunday nt 11 a m and 7 p m Rev- W D Wright Pastor ISchool Trustees HartfordC M J S Glenn W S TlnlleyC M Barnett City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treasurer P E L Stmmerman C II Barnett E H Ulrkhlad Wayne Griffin looker Williams and krnest Ellis i3ECRET OCnTJES Hartford Lodge No Gi5 Ii A Masons meets first Monday night In each EooThomasKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrday night In each month nR Riley IIISh Priest Itoscoe Render Secretary Rough River LOdge No 110 ICnlghy of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night It D Walker C C It C Porter K- ot R and S Hartford Tent No 99 Ie O T 11 PkeuwnOrd Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evenIng and third MrsFMrs E n Pendleton Lady Record keeper Preston Morton Post No4 O A nholds regular meetings Saturday beG the fIrst Sunday In each month F r Porter Commander R A AnderliU Adjt OhIo Tribe No 188 Imp Order Rod Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month Isaac Foster toy Sachem J trey Footer ChIef ot Records Acme Lodge ro 339 I O O Fs meets every second and fourth Man day night at 730 G D Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary OFICIAr ROSTER American Society of EquIty of National Officers C It BAR ETT Pres Hartford Ky L r STATTS Vice Pres Trenton Ill O D PAULEY See Treas Indianapolis State Officers J C CANTRILL Pros Georgetown Ky S n ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beater Dam Ky CAL P KEORN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec lIarttord Ky CASTORIAFor Infants and Children IThe Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the 7JISISi1turoof IThe Safest and Quickest Way to Transfer Money IS BY lONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr tlrnbelland Tel I TBI Go- ttzcuaroasTaeJ r r sYr 3 4F J jiYa ar p oaf r- Y I C y lifTQ 60 ON- FIRING I tI LINES sltonito Induced Committee TaMake Dates for Him I e eakall Way From Cost to Cost During The Month I Of 0to erIWilliam H Taft has paMcanXatIonai Committee to arrang lr lm a speechmaking Itinerary an icu suggested that the States of MIs udNebraska Kantas Iowa Illinois ftiilana and New York be Included In aas tour that may bo decided upon I Mr Taft has also expressed the view Jut his stay InClnclnatl might boy laminated as early as September 21 thus permitting the extension of his tarvlces In the general political field tI Ajkariodbf nearly six weeks and make juaadble a trip from coast to coast j TUB request of the candidate to be aurffined speaking dates coming as it d ss directly upon the visit of rational Chairman hitch stark and his desire to hasten the time wJien be Is to take to the road Is ro i girded as showing his fixed determlna visa to be personally In the fight zlerever It may be the thickest and aka his determination that no doubts sflall exist as to his attitude I cant conceive of anything more fijsrtssing than to bo denied partlclpa JiMi In an active campaign or to be aft quietly In ono place depending wholly upon necessarily fragmentary atwrts as to what is going on and as Ct wheat coundithms This was the arcIJsdRe Taft of his i oi situation The Taft party will leave at 10I iclook tomorrow on Commodore RichI ariiousyact Jessamine for Port Cllnj ttsn thrt nearest shore port There au mobiles will be taken fora 8lxteell11 vila drive to Spiegel Grovjjiiear Fre asont there to bo entertained at lun eamn at the Hayes homestead as the XMsts of CoL and Mrs Webb Haynes Sandusky will bo reached by trolley twtore dark where they will go to thHI tie of Edward Martin for the Tbt trip to Cincinnati wiiich begins TwsdAy afternoon will be punctuated with at least ten speeches from the rear pfetfornr of the train Before leaving Siindimky Mr Taft Kill address the old soldiers and make a political speech at tho local theater When Tiffin Is reached at 250 oclock soother speech will be delivered and sirtn ouiilown tbrouphthe State includ J a rtho towns of Carey Wharton ForI tm Kenton JJelUToiitaine Uraban I Sirlngfield and Dayton These speeches will necessarily be short as the Taft car will be attached I So the regular train on the Dig Jl1ourI X3 ina changes in therunnlng time of fta trains have been arranged for 3th Taft has not prepared the reI Marks hu Is to deliver on the trip and extempuIraaeously A UVorys chlefofstaff of the can Kclatc returned hero touay frumj Tojngstown where ho presided at the I opening yesterday of the campaign Mr Vorys was very enthusiastic over till occasion Ve selected Youngstown especially ibr tie opening of the campaign lie said1 because it Is a great indus nial center The Idea lies been pro TCoFgated that union labor Is against it Republican ticket and wn wanted i show the falsity of these state stKnts More than 12000 mechanics were It Sue in the Youngstou parade to retpfy to the charge that more than- threefourths of all the mechunlcs Inl1 UIIjJOfidThe cninpalgn opening nt Youngs j I torn was an opening in fuel au ell as Da name Ohio Republicans never ratite Uuich of a start until after tile fmtreyst ttecloso of the pollsISMALUIOUS t tept 8lIorn to Mrs Charles A I uhrler of Kvansvlllc last Friday n I flnnUy MrsFuhrlor Is at the homo afher mother Mrs Mary A Tlchenor I rear here I Sirs Fred IJoone and children Ethel and Owen are the guests of her parents i n ar Nelson crook this week James R Hunter Is spending a Vw days with his daughter Mrs James JL STrnnnell andson Robert D Hun txs ate Utica Mr Jlui Bennett and wife near Matan eu spjiit Thuraaay iujui i a Buu of Mr oiidl Mrs Seth Hunter Mr alai Mm 3 T Huntii add Mr Ahs Jfid Bennett wet to Central City Friday MrrOj f6 Klttlriger has returned from Cincinnati where lie hurt gone to put J etU ogDoc1p r Mtw Tflrdle Eudhllv 14 In Evansville at tlilsjswcitlug with herlJtJle daughter tWha lit Being a specialist tora growth on liar nose file and Mrs 0 W Oyerhuls spent Saturday night the gueJt pC1MahU- rfrs P U Wood Ceralyo Q unto a number from nearSdhallhorlr attended the banquet at the Masonic hall at Ceralvo Saturday evening Mr andMrsJim Curtis have return ed to their home atDawson Springs after a visit to Mr and Mrs Virgo Curtis and family and other relatives near here The Sunday school at Smallhous church Is progressing nicely with Mr M P Maddox as Superintendent Mr and Mrs J H Fulkerson were the guests ot Mrs Fulkersons sister near Mutanzas Sunday Mr and Mrs Dave Luck and son Hal comhCentertownKy were the guests of their sister Mrs Joe Bullock Sun rty Mrs 0 W Overhults and Miss Oma Maddox went to see Mrs Lon Barnard who is quite sick Thursday Mrs M P Maddox Is erecting a new vranda to his dwelling Messrs Guy and Earl Barnard left Monday for Beaver Dam where they IUtertd school BUFORO Sept SMr Clearence Patton of HeWn visited Mr Harland Wigington Monday night Mr It P Kirk and wife tile Clear Run neighborhood night and Sunday SaturdayII Mr Charley Trim and tMisboro visited Mr John Ulalr and wife from Saturday until Tuesday 3 children of LIDmocratic flag raising at Pleasant Ridge Saturday evening Mr Charley Mngan left for his home In Kansas City last Friday he has seeralleelsrs i rheumatism iMr Sam Rlchson and wife returned o their hone at Moslcyvllle Sunday they have been visiting relatives here and at Clear Run Mrs Emma Ray and son Aaron of hear Whltesvllle visited her sister Mr r V Taylor last week MrsW llllo Allen of Curdsvllle visited her sister Mrs Ben Wlglngton last f week i HORRIBLE HOMICIDE NEAR TILE NARROWS Without a Word of Warning Roy Crowe Shoots to Death Emless wade lCmlcM5 Wade was shut while work ng III ids tobucco putch list Friday mrnilg and died from the wUunds iLOul 7SO oclock Saturday nlgrtt As detailed by eye witnesses it terns that fillJSh Crowe and Ms on Roy Crowe end nephew Murray Irowe went to wfjere Mr Wade and is wife were working In a tobacco utcli an Mr Wtides farm and with Ait a word of warning alter the usual ulutatlon good inarnngRoy Crowe ij Is IS years old drew a 28 caliber lstl and fired the ball piercing blades arm Wade turned and ran v lift toe three Crowes In pursuit Rljy Irlng at bim as he ran rive bullets taking effect Wade ran about 275 yards to where Mr John H Foreman was working in i cane patch and on merging from a strip of ftvoda between the two fields Wade culled to i klr Fore man who run and caught him is foe was falling to the ground Soon ifer he reached Wade the three ivwcs emerged from the sane wierelrf wjods and come up to Vudo was nnd Ilgo Crowe It Is sild i emarkod G d yau Kmless why lldnt r u do whuCyou sold you ulll whereupon bas son is sold 0 huve taken hold of his fathers arm ind loU him tjoomeu we have Line enough Wade wus taken fa his house and I physician was summoned but It vas socu seen that ho cculd not re j veer 1 seems that all tlree of ie peen went direct to Dundee aud surrendered to Esq Dean and tjey were jikced in the hands of Mr H I Acton the Constable w n guard cd them until Sunday morning when I ney were brought to town by him pad talked in jail Vie examining mornluglIUtruts nnjunced not ready and the I wedIlLf tKbacco ground from Wade and had asked Wade to put some tlerpolcs in a certain barn and he not complying is quickly as they thought he should I ill EUI V ted to be the grievance Hut it is said Weal only the even- Ing before the defendants togetfter with Mr Wade and others were on wged in a social watermelon eating nd everybody seemed in a perfectly ixd thumor The killing took pltce it Wades farm in the Narrows nelgh Io rod this county Tine defendants claim tho sbaiting was doneln self lefenso o jJo in THE HElLlNIHLSEA How Ocean Lineps Near Their Way in Thick Weather FOG SIGNALS UNDER WATER Method by Which the Submerged Gong Is Operated and the Apparatus by Which the Sound It Picked Up Miles AwayPort and Starboard Lights 1o those who go down to tho flea In ships probably no discovery In recent I times lies been of more Importance I tends more to save life than that orI the possibility of signaling from ship Ito ship and from ship to shore by writes Sidney P Walker fn th London Mall It literally when fully toIhearj of weather and particularly lit fog as well as they now see their way onI clear nights by tho old of the lights that each ship carries and those dis tributed round the coast of every civ lllzed conlltriThe whole apparatus hinges upon the fact that water Is a good conduct or of sound The readiest example this of which the writer Is aware is lOt bo found usually at mineral baths Is nearly always pumplug golng buthinder j stance to enter tho bath one can very rarely hear tho pump but Immediately one Is lu the bath If one places ones head under water the pump Is almost painfully evident and an engineer could easily count the strokes hall he a watch nt hand Ior signaling purposes a bell Is em plowed Immersed some distance under the water sued Inclosed In a chamber tho hammer biIng worked by com pressed air operated from the surface Tine sound of the strokes on the bell Is transmitted to a distance of several miles anti can be heard by suitable up pa rat us The hearing appnratna con Blsts of a microphone n modification j of that wo use every time We speak to tho telephone Inclosed In a chamber Inside the ship mid connected with twIbridge by wires lu the usual Vny The microphone chamber Is tilled with a special liquid which the Inventors have found to answer the purpose beat and there are us at present nri ranged one chamber and one microphone on each how below the waterline j In the chart house on the bridge are n pair of telephone receivers jilin j liar to those we put to our ears when we talk through the telephone on shore j and n switch enabling the receivers to be connected to either of the two microphones Several of the lighthouses on the i coast of America and some the writer believes on that of the United King i dons are fitted with bells ns descried j above which are rung nf certain Inter mobs each lighthouse having a dllTerent number of beats so that any partlcti lar lighthouse Is distinguished by its bell just ns In clear weather It Is ills tlngulshed by the arrangement of Its lights An nnnrnnphttii shill cnn tclti within n very close approximation as r mathematicsins would say how It lies with regard to the lighthouse because the bell will be heard loudest In that microphone on the side of the ship on which the lighthouse Is and the ofllccr of the watch can steer accordingly All pulps carry a red light at night on the left hand or port side and a green Tight on the right hand or star board side while nil steamers carry In addition a white light showing on both sides Neither of the lights canto Eecn astern or for some distance toward the bows the limit being sailors call two points abaft the l whatI a little astern of her middle that when approaching n ship soI astern no lights are visible to tin ap proaching ship but her full lights are visible from the ship approached When two ships are nppronchlnjf each other from opposite directions end on each ship will see the others two or three lights and can easily steer to keep out of each others way There is a simple rule for this and Incidentally It may be mentioned that the loll ger Is toast III this case provided that both ships are properly handled The danger of collision arises principally from ships crossing each other and for thjs also there are simple rules goy erned by what Is called the rule of the road Leaving out the question of sail lag ships for the moment the ship which has the other the crossing ship on her own right hand starboard fide has to keel out of the way nail It does so by turning slightly to the right or to starboard presenting her left side to the other ship Whenever a ship has to give way to another the color of the light of the other ship Is on the same site us that to which the helm must be moved Thus when n red light Is seen on tin right hand starboards side the helm is put to port the side of the light seen Similarly when a sailing ship Is crossing from port to starboard show ing her green light that carried on her starboard side the steamer puts her helm to starboard to clear This rule could bo followed quite as easily with sound signals Recommendation It seems to mo that I have heard most ot the Ideas advanced in r IMyThatmerely goes to show that theyare good Ideas which will stand wear acid tears Washington Star fi a- iiiiliii1l Islands The IUtilizing jlorulinhabit are composed vould seem bad j ly off Indeed tot material of which to make tools or weapons were It not that their very necessity has bred an Invention na less ingenious thaw curi ous and effective This Is nothing less than the use otssharks teeth to give a I cutting edge to thelr wooden knives I and swords The mouth of the shark1 contains 300 teeth arranged In five rows all closely lying upon each other except the outer roar and so construct cd that as one tooth Is broken Tor lost another takes its place The teethr are not only pointed and keen I but are finely and regularly serrated BO that the cutting power Is greatly In i creased Indeed so great a faculty have these teeth for wounding that the Implements and Weapons upon which they are used have to be handled with great care Tile Klngmlll Islanders make many strange articles of sharks teethIA Monster of Learning j The famous Cardinal Mczzofantl knew an amazing number of languages and dialects Icrhup4 ho is best known to the modern English render from the eulogy to bo found In tone of Byrons memoranda published by Moore I Your literary everyday man and isays Byron never went well In company especially your foreigner whom I never could abide I dont re member a man among them whom II ever wished to see twice except hops Mczzofnntl who Is a monster orI learning the Brlarcus of parts of speech a walling polyglot and more a who ought to have existed at the time of the tower of Ballet ns universal Interpreter lie Is Indeed a marvelunassuming also I tried him in nil the tongues of which I knew n single outh or adjuration to the gods against posti boys savages Tartars boatmen ors pilots gondoliers muleteers camel drivers vctturlnl postmasters post horses post houses post everything and egad he astounded me even to my English Gulls and Clams The discussion continues between those who think that all the nets of the lower animals are satisfactorily explained by the hypothesis of Inher ited Instinct and those who hold that there Is an clement of intelligence If not of reasoning in these things W L Finley In a work on American birds mentions an observation of his which may perhaps be explained either way but which In any case is interest lug A gull seized upon n clam and rising to a height of about fifteen feet j allowed It to fall upon hard ground The clam kept Its mouth shut Again j the gull rose with It to the same height aud dropped it once more with the same result This operation was re j heated fifteen times when at last the shock had the desired effect the shell was opened and the gull enjoyed its dainty contents The Bachelors Excuses At a wedding breakfast the bachelors were called upon to give their reasons for remaining single The fol lowing were among the reasons given I am like the frog in the fable who though he loved the water would not jump into the well because he could not jump out again I am too selfish and honest enough to admit It I prefer on the one baud liberty refreshing sleep the opera midnight suppers quiet seclusion dreams cl tears a bank account and club to on the other hand disturbed rest cold meat baby linen soothing sirup rock ing horses bread pudding and empty pockets I have a twin brother anti we have never had a secret from one another IIo Is married SuplclouIA man entered a Tenderloin drug store the other day and asked for a telephone says the New York Tribune I lIe was evidently from out of town j Do I pay you first or afterward ho asked the clerk when the Instrument j in question was pointed out to him You call your number and then put your dime In the slot snapped the clerk The stranger was suspicious I In that hole there he asked looking all around the telephone and fingering the slot dubiously Yes I guess not said he turning away with de cision I aint lookln for no savins I bank j I a A eiT oaaiAleers theThe Kind You Haw ways Befit galore rt p0 PRENTIS I Sept 7The Shultztown plonlcmulo and colt show came off last Saturday j notwithstanding the threatening weath i ur was the biggest and most enjoyable outing of the season Quite a number of fine mules and colts were exhibit I ed Tib e judges were J E Itockport Porter Henley MtlddlOxorI and W D Hocker of Ba changed bands at prices Quite a number of mulce and colts from sixty to ninety dollars The prizes were awarded aa follows ForI colts Temp Mwreof Logansportfirst i J P Fry of Prentls second Mare mutes box Brown of Wyeox first and J9 A Hudnall second horseI mule Robert Jackson of Beaver Dam firsthand L O TayJoV 6ecbnd Pro fessor A D Taylor assisted in enter iofnlng the eland with bas moving pictur show y 0 6he tPjpso d w I 7 r v 1i t e eeeeD That New Suit You are thinking of gettingif- its on the Fashion Plateis here i ready to wear the moment you t put it onIYoull admire yours f and feel ias though others admired you and they will top It doesnt I take such an awful lot of money to dress well when you know where to trade You may havera corps of tailors dancing at your attendance but none of them can design for you prettier garments than these Fall Suits Jbwhich we are now showing and pricing at 10 12 14 16 g 17 and 18 Something to suit every pocketbook and the very best on the market for the price Your Suit desire can be readily satisfied here Come see i Carson Con I i HERTFORD KY g 15he ClothiersJn SUNNYDALE I Sept IRev J A Goodman preached his farewell sermon at Marvin Chapel Sunday Farmers are very busy cutting tobacco Milsses Eva HlnesPnlo and Llzzlo luffett pagan were the guests of tlss Aisle Baughu Sunday Mr W A Clark nut famlfy visited at Dundee Sunday Mrs H F Jones and children are visiting at Concord this week Mr Carl Ilenfrow returned yesterday from a weeks visit at Tousey Cyhe was accompanied home by his Aunt Mrs Harl Patterson Air J A Westerfleld and family lagan were the guests of Messrs F D and A C Baughn and families Saturday and Sunday Miss Margaret Fugerson was thu guest of her sister Mrs Willie Bean at Hartford Friday YOU ARE INVITED To visit the New Drug Store in Hart fordThe manager desires to meet you and should you need Drugs Toi let Articles School Supplies Stationery or anything usually kept in wmlcertainlyteous treatment and reasonable prices Remember that Compounding Prescriptions from Pure Fresh Dries by on experienced chemist Is the leading ns well ts the most important point Como in HARTFORD DRUG CO- Incorporated Labor and Wbat the Republican Party Has Done for it We como now to the question of la liar One Important phase of the poll eles of the present administration has been an anxloly tp secure for the wage earners an equality of opportunity and such positive statutory protection as shall place hint on a level in dealing with his employer The Republican- party has pissed In empl6yersUabtll tyact for interstate railroads and has established an eight hour law for government employes and on government construction The essence or the reform effected by the former is the abolition of the follow servant rule and the introduction of the cbmpnra five negligence theory by which an employ injured in the servlqe of bit employer does notrose all his right be cause of slight negligence on his part Then there is the act providing for compensation for injury to government emplye together with the varioUs statutes sequiringsafelyl ap II11ance uyon Interstate railroads for protection tof theem iojfeBand llmltlng the hours bftnejr I II fIti ia p4pt 7 It f il f t h n employment These are all instances of the desire of the Republican party to do justice to the wage earners Doubt less a more comprehensive measure for compensation of government employes will be adopted in the future the principle in such cases has been re cognized and in the necessarily some what slow course of legislation will be more fully embodied in definite statutesThe Interests of the employer and the employe never differ except when it comes to a division of the joint pro fit of labor and capital Into dividends and wages This must be a constant source of periodical discussing between the employer and employe as indeed are the other terms of the em ploymentTo to employes their proper position in such a controversy to en able them to maintain themselves against employers having great capital they may well unite because in union there is strength and without it each there is strength and without is each individual laborer and emplye would bo helpless The promotion of In usItrial peace through the of the trade agreement is often one of the results of such union when intel 4 ligently conducted There is a large belfry ot laborers 1oweverskUled and unsldlled who areI not organized into unions Their right before the law are exactly the same as those of the union men and are to be projected with the same care and watchfulness av Ill to for Taft this Year Some fojjfjj say it is my duty For Peerless One to vote And if hofsnt chosen Captain Our ship wont stay afloatv But a chop gets tired of voting For the man without a peer I can always vote for Bryan So Ill vote for Taft this year necessaryItAnd although our sweetest boon is i Voting for the peerless boy I Yet some little variation makes The landscape seem less drear- I can always vote for Bryan So Ill vote for Taft this year Even though our childrens children t Having their headsin deepst shame forfatheis1Who Who in gloomed desperation DryanYdeaiWecan r So well Vote for taftthl8yemri ETriporiar Oazielte It L ttf J t I