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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i HJ r f 3Irtfrb tp1tbticaan IF- Kfi 1 1Tob Work DEVOTED TO THE iNTERESTS OF JtLLTH pEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year l VOL XXY HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYYtiRIDAY SEPTEMBER 251908 NoO 1I m HOT SOT FOR RYAN Taft Dissects Record of Den ocrat Nominee i Twelve Years of Shifting From One Policy to AnotherAny thing to Get Votes Turning now to the otherpicture said Mr Tuft after his review of tli issues What It It that we have t expect front Mr Bryan Have we anything to expect but what 4e prp mses Have we anything to eXllect but what Is based upon his eloiluenc 3 and his adroitness as a public critic Has he ever given any practica demonstration ot hI ablllty to meet problems and solve them Tins n avert done anything but formulat- proposllions t In his closet ot air ut terly InmprcUcable character target with n view ot attracting votes b 11felr plausiMIity and very little wltnI a view or their actual opelatloJI- By their fruits ye snaI know What Is the history ot Mr Bryan It Is from bcglnlng to end a record uf failure on public l1uestlons We Limit hip first r In Congress to titE secou- cadrlnlttratluu rt llr ClevuYI1d n member ot the Ways and Means Cum mlttee and most active In formulutlng the provisions uf tIt GormanWllllon tariff bill After fivb mouths debate It parse both houses ulld canto to Mr Cleveland In such a snare that he denounced Jt at n pie o of perfidy It e t1cd the industries of this country to ur ground It threw out ot employment mllllons ot wage earners It destroy d alt business profit Farm products for luck of IL mar ket fell to n point never so low In forty years Coxeys army miiarch- od from thu West to WusalnglOlI 10 protest against n Government under which such things were posslbh I After having assisted In tllill suicidal policy atterthe country WilS nearly dead after the farmers and to- wage earners were staggering under I debt and mortgage penury and almost starvation Mr Bryan defeats tllo of Torts of the only really grout Demo erat that tnoy have had In the part for many Years Gr velClevelaud an hurls at him billingsgate and denuncl anion for what reason Because he opposed Mr Ilryans pet hobby that of the free coinage ot sliver without the consent of other nation Mr Bryan announced thht the gold standard had slain It tens ot thousands where protetlon had slain Its thouisIiads and so hi abandoned tile Issue ot protection and tree trade ot tariff for revenue which now So attructs him and he went In to the business ot trying Ito lIersuade the lfeopleot this country to resort to ie dishonest method ot paying ot their debts by issuing a debased money which would be equivalent to the pay ment ot what the nation and peoplo owe It tile rate of fifty cents on the dollar Rcludlatlon always has an aUrac Von those who Inbor under JJdcbtIsled that the continuation ot tile gold standard meant uncertainty In employ anent ot labor apd hardship to wage earners that It would send price of farm productswment belowI fifty cents corn thirty cents and oats to five cents H did not have to live two years to SIC every 1I1- UI1hecy that he made In that campaign refuted bytaefm t Then there canoe orl time campaigmi- of r 1900 In that cnmiaign ho still stditred to his free Pilrer flllncr and still anent about the country trying i tXplaln why It was that time cOntlnuaI tlo1 ot the gold standard lmad notI resulted In the disasters which h tap prophesied But lest thoissue of free silver hadI become a little ehopworm he brought antimperalismwere Plot elected In the next election hatrioUsm would baveceasedto be In this cQuhtrt the oolebrnUoJ of the Iourth or July would befome but a memorY anti that liberty could die HIs glfaUon or thisduesUbd con tinuedtthp watr In the P1lipplnes- galnst the a horI Y L11c TJnited loiigogLandurp Int tie eVtoeorhIscountr1tIi tk stl1 fr iliiiiilr 1 trt 4t i i r 4x Ii those far distant Islands owes It dl pijposition He was beaten on these issues and we continue to celebrate the Fourth ot July with fervbr At the end of the next tour years Mr Parker was nominated Mr Dry au still Insisted on Inserting In the platform a clause tn favor ot tree sli aver but It was leftt out He then Joined with Mr Parker In making theI paramountl sue the tyranny ot dore Roosevelt executive usurpation timid militariSm I lie denounced Mr Roosevelt ns coalm pletely subject to corporate eland veld up to the country InttrestsI gems of war to which It would joet under a Roosevelt admtdstention i Altimuuglt tiro sums policy was be tang pumped In the Philippines as be fort ImlJentllsm had ceased to be then I n pnramaunt issue g a prophecy whlchrllr Bryan made whin reterence to the wl1rilu tear e- mdeneles ot II Roosevelt and to his l subjection to corporalo influence he I had only to walt as ho had to watt In pruylmts Instances when ho made a pr9isery acne two years to find tn m utterly r 1uted For never lit too history of then world has any Chief xecutlvc had such a triumph In malting pence as Theodore Roosevelt IiI the Russian JIIIIRl1USe war 4nCeutral America In- I Santo Domingo and In Cuba and aDeter hi tae history ot the country bas there been suCh a complete triumph over corporate InC uence us that Which tilt coutnge the honesty und Ute Persistence ot Theodore Roosevelt bas wrougut during the present rlllmlnls tratton In1lIrevloulInrperhllsmtvisit or our navy to tiro Pacific bad nr uSed such nu ipterest coastI navy had mare It so fiopulur on cuast that his Pacific frfends persuaded Lim to approve a plank In the plot I form for I an adequate navy for the protection the Pacific coast Just what he menus by this Is af ItttIImbUcanforces ot tno ngvy nod yet with char ac erlstlc Incdhslstency Mr Bryan a already said attacks time Republican party for malting suitable npproprL navadI In 190G Mr Dryan went around time world and his return wasp heralded with the statement that In its visit around the world he had so gained in 1 had1 tvasn and aU the Democratic l arty awaited his coming with great Intermit Immediately upon hIs arrival he dispelled this eroneous impression by declaring that ire was gouvlnced that the only solution ot the railroad 11robI lent ultimately would be Government I ownership He had previously declart d- In favor ofa national initiative and referendum and also in favor of tllaI hAllhave now been excluded front the notjmeettlty their being brought forward as a nreuns of acquiring office III this canlI palgn but they illustrate time chlllUc IIIlty ot his views and theyy justify aims I cyunItrywe may expose should ire bo put at the helm of the pilot Bean Taylor ifr Derry I Taylpr and Miss Elba Beun woreniarred at time home of the brJde tn Hartford Wednesday evening 8 oclock tile ceremony being performed by Rev Elgin ot the Meln odlst church Mr Taylor Is a prom Iiconnectedbride Is n daughter or 11r Thomas Dean ngdcomea of one ot the oldest j and nioat prominent taml1es ot tine county Slie has been connected wIth Carson Companys dry goods stol tdr Iluumberot yearsi1nd Isvery popular among alI bf her ncquaint inCts She 1 s ad ari accomplished jady Aftertliy ceremony a rec p lonWliajl1 l at time home orje IO PIS par n lI onYnon St They blt eJhQ b t lshIl8 o all their jVMIM i ap Jf i a t II- i O t r J r I I I r J U WADE Ur u secluded nook of Metcalf county near Summer Shade can ho seen one ot toe humblest log huts to be found nay where It has ony oneIroom and the ehinurey Is nmade ot sticks and clay It was in this that J U Wude the subject of ttls sketch lived when like a rosebud I humIbleWarren county his fathers old home Isere ho grew titto manhood amid IIIherse circumstances Itaised tin poverty he had very poor olIIOItunllllsI to secure aim education From early boyhood he had to on 11001I farms hisfather being II tenant and riot nhle to own a form ground making mils and enduring time many hardships incident to rough uncultivated farms When nearing manhood ho worked with his father for some time In a backsndtlt strop and from there heweutto the woods to cut logs and help to operate n saw mill This work tool nearly all his time and he arrived at matihood with III most no education lie harrowed mony to pay Ids way 111 school until he could prepare tinsel W teach which he did for seven years He continued to go to school In tee i spring and teach In the fall until he conwlolcd the scientific course In the Southern Normal now the Westcrn BtlLte Normal ut Ifowling Green Ky For over nine years he has been connected with the Railway Mmmii Service He has been located lit ordsvllle for nearly four years HuI line not wasted ida spare tithe In frivoIty but has continued to studY and nearly two years ago he was given a rigid examination In tan smlonce- of law by tile Breckenridge bar anti admitted to praetlcn law In nil the courts ot this commonwealth He Imas been II consistent member of the Methodist church for tweityseveu years He Is now tartyseven YI1 of ago and Is a lIfelong Republican Ho has been placed In every ppsltioi ofItrust tine people ot its home town lave to bestow upon tutu the mOiltI ot which he now holds Ou this record ire stands amid asks time support- of the people ot Olio county for time office of county judge FOR THE BUSY READER Charles W Swisher nominated by VltIa the two factions ot tie party 0S Lawrence 0 Murray Controller ot tIle Currency In nn address to natlon bunk examiners severely critlclsed ot them who ho declared hall failed todlscover deCalcatlon and to find out tine true conditions ot honks Wllllam C Izznrd of New Wasblng legallyndead in tie Clark County Circuit Court Ilo has been missing for thirty years It Is eslred to dispose of his property lfcless bony ot Miss Stella Jil IIhe found near the Monou passen gem nt Bedford Ind but In ycstlgation leads to the belef that the girl coahitted suicide and wos sat murdered at was first thought l- Tho boys of the Now Aj1any HIgh Scubol hate petitioned the nutn9rlttes Iebe allowed to attend school while the hot heather lasts In Shirt it lats Numbers girls + attending the acinool added their names to time titles 1101 CongressIproperly certified to tho Secretary ot State and ast Is necessary to do this thirty days before election the govern Ing bodies ot both parties In 1 entucky lave Leon askeilto attend to the matter e J Answered the LastRoIiCaIl Presha lIiJJrlo1 Post No 4 GA I4- leas sailed rams benterfm nrot wttrmd the runeral of Sl W 1J j lace s tmiember o ike5t1h Ky J k L lrlr JOth 9S jO r I f1 I 4x M uuted Imifautry Services were du ducted kq Pot Cnruuander John M Bishop and J M Rogers Chaplain paa tent assisted by C mradsAn derson Btutger Dzrr Guntiher Paler Grlsb Ward Wilson and DJII Comrade Jones teas 77 years old past He tied at the residence ot Dr Chlllmnll his family physiciuu with Vhol11 lllhHI resided far It short time previous to his death His rcmaillsI were interred lu a wool and substantial casket mal in strIct accordance with his request so far UJ possible Cmrades let llR nil be reedy for tlmu Last mallcall to In a very short time tie great armlc ot Ur Blue IUlll ttic Gray will he only a mentbry It J Miller lIer Mr J C Her and Miss Lillie tlller went to Obion Tennessee Tuesday ulglltwhere they were quietly married on Wednesday the ceremony belllg performed by Rev Cecil Stevens who accompanied them Mr Her Is n prom Inent businessnman ot Hartford and Is exceedingly popular In all circles waVe thobrlde is the daughter of former County Judge J P Miller now I cashier ottho Cromvwell Deposit Daimk and II young lady ot splendid attaln- meuts and attractive persumtity Tncy will spend a few das vlsltllIg rein tves ot the groom In Tennessee and then return to Hartford where thy will make their future home Thot Republican extends warm congrutul tfoms to tine newly married couple Revenue From tile Poor Man Whe typo ot a Tariff on n revenut basis Is the British Tariff It levies n duties which can exert u Protective I influence or are llk ly to foster any British lndt9stry Where It tOUCIltS an arUcle produced within the British Islands Iris compensated by ancqulI valent excise dutS upon tIle home made article It laysheavy duties up on such articles as tea coffee and su gar splcesofallklnds and other ar i lyit 1t t t7j I I tide ot universal consumption I thus takes out ot the poor mans pocket the bulk ot the revenue from customs and lets the rich man oft with a 11ght taxation That then Is what the Denver platform promises to the American people for the promise ot n Tariff on a revenue basis means time most unqualllfled Free rade And this Is what the Democrats In Congress fought for In 1870 when Judge Kelly brought In the bill to rev toms Urn Tariff by dropping the revenue duties on tea and coffle which had ben levied as a war measure They proposed n suustltute to keep these duties on things width we did not produce at home amid to reduce time duties on inported rhanufuctures which we could produce Of home The Worltl said It hoped to see the tiny when mrut a clause In our Tariff would levy a duty on anything Made 1n- America That is It wanted the far Iff prourisednt DenverRobert Ellla- Thonpsun In time Irish 1Vorl- lRobertsonWood Prof John II Wood and Miss Hat 110 U Robertson were married Sept 15th 1905 lit the home of time hlllie- near Eem ols Ky Itev John T Case bier offielatloll Tey were beautl fully nil tedoh tlI wedding ucluslon fly close study they butll acquired good educational qualilcmdions und nave eac taught very successful district schools In Ohio county Prof Wood was elected County Surveyor nut owns a Hood farm near Ceralvo where they hate established their home May joy and prospolty abide them JNO T C Iftr Allen thdrawSIItosiue Ky Sept 2J HlOS To the UellUblicans of Ohio County Owing to the health ot my wife Inn cuuipclled to withdraw my IIn- Inouncemcnt 1I us catdldate for Sheriff County I ant advised by ntyl Iphyalclan tint It Is necessary for mo to be at home with nmy wlCe for the I next three weeks Kuowhng that I 11ITo time four gentlemen who still remain In the tight I want to say that 1 have the hlghust regard IIthink either ot them would matte good and efficient offlcnr nllli the party I will make nontistmtku In uouluating either one or them l To the good Republicntts who hats seen fit to Olloe mu III nmy misplrm- Lunt i Have only limo best of feell nail after lime prtimry Iii over nor Omit of them cmui or will tin snore fur the whole ticket than will Land 1111 to nmy frdendstvho had pronlsed their tiUPIIOltlIUlI influence I will say tllIUtclrIt which I know canoe fromii pure hearts amid good motives ls luug lIR Coal lets tau lIe I will thllll 4C tints Lr1eC contest with the kindest feelings fur aiL With malice towards none love and respect to all l remain fury truly L PHOJIAS rLEZI For Sale I wll sell mr farmit contnlnlng 150 ncresr on Luw9s Creek three mmd one bolt sites south of Beater Dam Ky 40 acres In timber It Hood house and mine uPeilug far coal haul I IUCHRD H TAYLOR lOt3 Beater Dam Ky Lod2esI A M received ono new member by transfer card and conferred time sutered All prentlco degree ullon one candida nt the regular meeting avmda lV i lug Note that tho coOlcretenhrga an- comln un It is expected tent mils i lodge trill h1l work lit auust sassy mettlngIThe regular ruullcll ot Ohio Tribe eenIIngwresting and well attended A nuum bee of Red Meu from Beaver Dam rand Taylor Mimics were present Ono Ilmlo face eras captured nud Initiated In utystdrles of Adoption degree HI expruNCtta desire for further nd theiltlmo It Is expected that uuumber of- palu fnces wl11he Initiated n the atop I ifoi lUlU warrior degrees Time pro gresa of Ohio Tribe has been all lint could ho expected during tilt extreme warm weathe and It is dxpected with tile returno cool weather that the degree team wll be kept quite busy showing time pale faces the way to lime long trail The wampum bolt Is noiv In good condition andnl1dues are wellyald I h J- t LABOR MAN UP ORDERiMan Who was Sent to Jai Praises Decision Olney Was Inventor of Injunc tion And He Now IOpposes Taft irrhe Democratic party through Its newspapers and speakershas attempt ed to slake a great deal ot capital among organized labor because ot the celebrated imijuiietiot order Issued by Mr Taft while Federal Judge sonic 01Ito Jail by JudgeTaft among them one I James Hagen who now lives atChi j cago A few days ago Mr Hogen who Is a strung supporter of Taft i was enterVleld lIe sail Wil- limit Ii Taft never enforced govern went by triunctioultichard Olnoyone- ot the greatest Uemimocrats of the cumin try invented It Olnly now opposes Tart 11hnt Is the Collrluslon In the Ann Arbor case said Mr Hogan fudge Taft decided that time laboring men surd time right to com bioe select leaders creatu funds for support nud defense nllli conuuat strikes mind influence others to strike for the lulprovetnuet ot tnelr condi tion lie did not decide that time antitrust Inw condemned such acts he- siutply decided that min ollghwur who was satisfied with his emimploynrent and who started out with his run must continue to tlll end of the trip and that he coulll not say what cars ho would or would not haul so long liS ho rUlnallled In tile employ of his com pan There Is not a railroad man In America who willnot agree with him that such should be the law lie expressly decided II man could not be enjoined from breaking his con tract To quote what Arthur amid Sar gent said In ISH does nut count now because timey nmisquoted Judge Taft then Now as to Olneys injunction the exact language of the lmijunction was YOU are hereby commanded and en- johied not to coullsel with time em ployes of time aforesaid named railroad by letter telegram or otherwise by which they might leave the services uf tlmeir respective engmloycrs Tills was an tujunctiar no monkeyshines about It It went everywhere and covered evorybudy aid everything Under It a ntmin could not tlo anything except take to time woods or to use the Inmiguage of Edwin Walker Olneys- righthand mllnCull the strike off- dr Hogan also paid his respects to Samuel Gonmpers mid 1V1 Bryan say hag Presdemit Roosevelt has won time only strike oC any consequence that has been won In fourteen years by the labor peepetime nnthraei1e coal strike GOIIIels tmever won a strike Zowlwn the Supreme Court declared that boycott wilcil Contpers Instllut ed ngnlnllt the DI1n bill hatters llIeg aI lie pretends to raise a great howl timid proposes to ndsead the wOllollen- uf Amirerica by n platform which was drafted nt Denver by corporation law yors even It the cimnhuuum of the Con mlttee on Uesnlutlons was not I- ISlnnllllrd Oil man selected by Mrlhry- ai of the convention Coimcernimg W J Iqymus Mr Hogan salll After his dlsatrous defeat ht- 1596nud If gUlJlllment Ity Injunction Is now IInlssllo fret silver is alsoMr- lhyat said its defeat was duo to the nnen who Wlllt to Jail In their ef forts tu defeat guvermueut by InJunc tion But for Uti he coulll have won time silver IIIBllO lie said nail so proceeded to Lick Uti out of his party- This alone ought to bo enough to put not only tile working man on his guard but also Matt wino Is opposed to free coinage at16t01 Look at time trust hirelings ulolllHI Air Bryan A Standnld 011 mall for lreasurer ot his campaign committee No wonder hit bureau of publicity III giving It out that he Is making n bette campaign than ever before Notice All persons having accounts or claims against the estate of C R Stevens deceased are hereby notified to produce them properly proven at the law office ot Barnett Smith Hartford Ky on or before October barIW F Stevens Admr Ii f N H i yr I z d a 1- t bi r t 5- d t- ii 1 II i iy- f s I t 4- p3 if i- r2 i t I Mt r H7ATE THE SOAPr Garland Would Have Swallowed It H- It Had Killed Him Augustus H Garland who was nt torney general under President Cleve land was very fond of practical Jokes and during his term of service In th i senate frequently turned the laugh obis colleagues Senators Voorhccs and Vest with whom be Vas very friendly finally determined to turn the tables Mr Garland had a habit like Voor bees of miuichlng candy and Vest and Voorhees made It up between them to take advantage of his fondness for sweets to play their trick They had some tempting looking chocolate caramels prepared with the Interior Oiled with brown soap These they took to the senate chamber and Voorhccs placed them on his desk The lid bein off when Mr Garland sauntored down the aisle he noticed them at once What have you there Dan ho In quired Voorhees looked up carelessly fro hIs writing and responded Caramels Help yourself Garland needed no second Invitation and picking up two or three placed one In his mouth Steadily he chews away his face betraying no sign of the conflict within him This alarms Voorhees who went to Vests desk and said Hes eating them Vest What shat- we do The stuff will kill him sure Senator Vest replied that It could do no more than make him sick Garland swallowed the stuff although he was foaming at the mouth from the soapsuds lIe related the Incident after ward with great gusto and said would have swallowed It If It ha killed him FLY FOGS IN INDIA A Plague That at Times Makes Life Unbearable in Calcutta One of the evils of Calcutta Is the plague of green tiles from which the whole city suffers at certain times In the year The happy hunting time 0 these minute Insects Is during the autumn and early winter They are a serious nuisance both In and out of doors They wing their way through nil the open doors Into the houses and Into every room making life unbear ableLike most Insects the little green tiles have a great affection for the flame On occasion the Inhabitants have found It necessary to put out all tho gaslights even at n public dinner and to take their riiils practically In deep gloom Illuminated only by flick eying candles Naturally It Is not at all pleasant to go on eating with dense clouds of insects swarming overhead or roasted Ito death falling about one in pattering showersThey seem to spring Into existence from nowhere Perhaps It is almost lusk when the lights of tho street lamps are becoming visible Then suddenly the air which a moment before was quite clear Is full of myriads t of green flies drifting In misty patches nnd obscuring the street lamps Often the number of Insects which have been scorched to death Is so great I that little heaps of tlism collect inside the lamps while bucket loads have to be swept up from the roads next morn ing London Answers Judging a Melon Is there any way for a purchaser to tell a good melon without cutting and nnlexpertto Judge the flavor of the melon as i well as the size The best external In client Ion In a netted Gem and melons I of similar typo Is a golden grcuuhii j color the melon being deeply ribbed j and thickly overlaid with rather coarse gray netting the edges of which rise j perpendicularly from the surface The melon should be beavy There should be no ragged or broken stem to Indi sate that the melon was torn from tho vice before It was ripe enough to part freely If one follows these points he la pretty sure to get the perfection of melon produced by the quality of the j seed planted If the seed has come from n tasteless melon the result will he disappointing even with thorough culture and the best care In picking I nnd shipping Baltimore American Bore and Critic Both Midnight came and still the bore reI roalncd Do you like music asked the henuI tlfnl girl Just to break the monotony Passionately fond or It r pPrl the bore In fact music will always carry me away She rushed over to the piano and played several popular airs You are still here she said turn Ing on the stool j Yes yarned the bore I But I tjtousht you said music al ivays carried you away r So I tlldmuslclDllndre Advcr tlserIThe Value of a Good Memory If men only realized how great an asset la life Is n retentive memory they would take care to see that their childrens were properly trained Tho Hlmplcst method consists In learning every day a few lines by heart None of our faculties can be trained so coal ly ns that of memory Stuttgart Fnmlllenblatt 4 The PantomimeITop what Is a pantomime A pantomime Isa piece tai which no one speaks I shouldnt think a piece with no women Inlt would be Interesting Yonkers Statesman j It you wank to know how old a wo man Is just ask her slster ln law Aicblson Glpbe I r t e I n rc Woman a Curieaitjr- Womans cariosity sold fd Fletcher Is a quality of alud toy human understanding Yes said Ira FJrtchvr Wba- made you think of thatr The fool actions of a woman tout 1 saW downtown today She followed recdna placard that wad fattened to his back She epotted bus at Tblrtyfoortli street That was really the end ofhor trtpI made that out from something she said to another woman who was too fat to Join In the chaqe but wben she caught sight of that flaming red poster tied to themama tacit her riosity got the better of her and ah set out after him lip led ber quite chase across town and downtown aback again but she sever weakened bggot enoug to read that notice Mrs Fletcher reflected a moment What did Itsay she asked putmed somewhere on th avenue lrPFletcher thought again 11 you all the time she was trying to find that outr Me said Fletcher Oh 1 was following the woman I wanted to see If she finally caught up with the man New York Times 1The Porcelain Secret The porcelain Industry of German 1ls comparatively young says the Beall Morgen Post and Its development wa rapid Although It Is generally believed that the Chinese kept their processes of manufacture secret Japans translai tlons of their voluminous encyclopedia w6dhave oe known also the porcelain secret But evidently no German fathomed the me chanical mystery until the apothecarys apprentice Bocttgar 200 years ago made the first German porcelain nt Dresden Some years before he bad attracted attention by proclaiming the discovery of a jaetltod of changing base metal Into King Frederick precloufs metal which tho sltteen year old Inventor I could not execute and In fcnr he fled to Dresden and became n sub ject of King August the Strong While endeavoring to make gold rte dlscoVpr cd the porcelain secret cud Inscribed his door thus ilnto a potter was changed by Almighty Owl a man who thought he could make gold A Puule In Figures Take any number of threw different figures as 471 under It place the sane figures In reverse tinder subtract the lesser number and you wilt find that the middle figure of the result Is invariably 9 Why It Is so U something mnthemntlITaking any number say 471 I Reversing figures 174 Subtracting we have t97 Further still we ran now reverse this number 2U7 In tin same WilY stud I mid the two numbers and the lenlr- I will always come ICS Thus Taking i 37 Reversing 7K Adding wo have 10S should the answer always come IWby same Heres something for work over A Friend In Need A speaker In time recent Shropshire followI at The next morning a yonrs fllan stop ped him in the street and said I was looking well after you last night The speaker expressed surprise at the necessity I The young man continued his story I saw n young man couio Into the meeting with his lOut pockets bulging out In a way that made me suspicious Two of us followed him In lie stood at the back of the room and we stool one on each side of him Gently but firmly we pressed against him There was a faint crackling sonml of break Ing eggs and the man was out of ao tlon Arms Lega and the Man now many of us have noticed Unit we walk with our arcs as welt as with BIOIIstruck by the mecliuolcal wing of the arms of the stream of passersby the rlghtarm always keeping position with the left legand the left arm with the right leg By attempting to reverse tin order of the swing 1 found that I hind a tendency to progress like a crab while the effort to keep them fixed by tho side was like the strutting off the steam from the engine Arms and the man must be amcndotl to arms legs and the man London Cbronlclfe HerIfrom a trip to Europellays wet weath er hasnt bothered this country at all In comparison with what she saw abroad She says that they ran Into al town named Venice where the water covered every street six you couldnt get anywhere except fn boats She lIdded You bet we only stayed one day In that slosh Kansas City Star Thing to Remember He who would pijsr Us declining years with honor und comfort1 slnwltl when young remember that he mitt one day become old and remember when he Is old that be has hell once young Addlson tmdlyattafrisUsnay zrof forerrr It Is n pity that so f r hearts enjoy the pcWlucv Albimy riVs OWL J t I I d t ticy THE GRAMPUS GOURMET 1 TrlU Marine Monsters Prey Is th iJhaleltonlaufrwater sold they captain ItcoinJ end Ime to thp grtiinpus LThe Iddfcy ef the captains tabje thI I kind of overgrown shark orakJBdot lca11tnketerrible creature to freest with ff you to be u t6gphernstrop ns usually are their gamo Is the bowhead whale glso at ey They punch and thump till holes us Ilmpjis a rOpO of seaweed with ex hert Able unexam pled gluttony They take bold of the vfhaleXjpwcr Up they hang their weight on It until It drops open Then in go their beads disappearing that great red mouth that Farm moist cavern of scarlet and they eat In there the whales tongue n tender tidbit very rich and delicate The tongue consumed they go 0 trGulesto ocrat WHITE ISLANDI Its Strange Lakes Sulphur Fume and Clouds of Steam White Island u New Zealand natu ral wonder derives its name from the clouds of white steam In which It ap pears to bo continually enveloped I Its area la only 000 gcrcs and Its height about 880 feet above tho sea level In form and color It Is hike a repos ing camel while Its interior with Its gray weather beaten almost perpen dicular clllts recalls the Coliseum at Komc Overhanging the southern land fug place stands a column of rock closely resembling a sentinel which has been dedicated to Ibo memory of Captain Cook The water of the Is land is of a pale green hue and any thing dipped into it becomes of a redbrick color The fumes of sulphur are- always plainly plrceptlble- On n tine moonllght night a wonder ful sight Is afforded to any one who will sit In an open boat in ono of the lakes of the Island Covering an area of fifty acres Is an immense caldron hissing and snorting and sending forth volumes of poisonous steam while sill chailces of egress appear to be de nied by the steep Rlentxand gloomy cllCtu British Australian i Flying dish Interesting lire the habits of the fly- Ing fish that queer denizen of the sea fouuij principally In the region of the trade winds Does It rise from the sea like a bird you ask No It shoots out of the waves like an arrow and with outspreading wings sails on the wind In graceful curves rising sometimes one might say to the height of fifteen feet but not often so high aud then lowering It again touches the crest of n wave and reucws Its flight This operation may be repeated till it covers a distance say of COO yards In the case of the stoutest on the wing though very often not half that distance Is covered A ship sailing through the trade winds will often be visited on dark nights by flying fish which hit the sails or rigging and fall on deck where of courso they soon give up lICoSt Nicholas Sponges Are Sunstruck The sponge being au animal 1C Is necessary to kill It This Is done by exposing It for several hours on the broad decks of the boats In summer sponges soon die but in winter take a long time owing to weaker force of tho sun After death they are brought ashore and put In the cradles These are Inclosurcs made on thcsReasboro by setting stakes n little apart from each other The ebb and flow of the tide wash the animal matter from the sponges and the work Is completedby manual labor They are then taken to the packing house graded strung baled and dispatched to their destina tlonPall Mall Gazette Perfectly Correct- A shopkeeper had stuck up n noticeI In glaring rotors add very largo let ters Selling Off Must Close on Sat urday On Friday he was asked by a friend jCertainlyselling off aint they 1J Of course they are But you say Must close on Saturday Certainly 1 must have me keep open on Sundawould you Effective at All Hours Ive got the finest gardtvm In this part of tho country boasted till newly made mllllpnalre Right In tljeI center of thane Is the most expensive sundial In the world A sundial Is rill right during the day remarked a listener Its useless at nigh Mine Isnt11 retorted tho millionaire proudly Ive got mine surrounded with electric Ifghts Bohemian YapI zlne r ftStones and Bricks 1 payperinthePhwhat d yes think avthot OHooll serraionabutout av a brick Olra tblnkinC Exj change t it- i 4r i i- te 1 c I lfd- dt ross tJ liol 1 11 I f1N y Liii erapjling Monkeys in a c ass by them eehes8aldt circus man lf Dt el1 redhalheJs sure tob fighter51war6tb to boajustkeys i red Wcea 1fid flat heads will whip tVelifejOpVof those smaller than they are butrwlH run like the wlni breakfi AV B grouiclass distinction dtbo lines W nt drawn tightly If two of the blg ones come togetberfn a row the others gen erally stand ort and let them have t out but lf any of the little ones get to scrapping thes tu a father and mpth- careppt to mix Int and tile next step Is a general row We separate them by turning on the bosq and punish them by 16cklnguptho den so that they can not any peanuts from crowd and hdld back their meals This plan puts them on their good behavior for awhile at least The monkey likes teat and likes tob notice Slightly Mixed They had Just set ud housekeeping and were working on spa plan of econ omy The bathtub needed a coat p varnish He promised to attend t varnishn t with the groceries dpar she said a day or so later and the can opener In the knife drawer He opened the can and according to msr contract applied the coat of varnish and then left It to dry The soup for dinner that day had to bo abandoned for somehow It possessed a paint shop odor that was nauloating After dinner he took her to Inspect his work on tho1ath tab Now that It had dried It had n certain unnatural appearance The top and sides were streaked and here and thcro llUle lumps clung to It The roan said that was the best varnish she explained taking up the can of Varnish for an examination but whyt dear you have varnished the bathtub with the ox tall soup Then It was the varnish we ate dear he added horror stricken LIpplncotts A Model Hotel poots It was In a Dublin and as I closed the bedroom door says a writer Jn the Manchester Guardian I noticed that the end of one of my boot laces was Inside the room the boot to which It was attached having been placed as usual outside When I awoke next morning the boot lace end was still there mid I opened the door expecting to find that the boots had not been cleaned but I was wrong A very careful hotel servant a very model among boots had found the lace tightly gripped by the door and rather than disturb me Lund carefully removed It from the lace holes and carried I away the boot Presently J heard a quiet noise outside the door The model boots bad brought my boots back again and was Industriously re lacing that one which he lad unlaced Cheese In the Middle Age Cheese must have been a rather dear or scarce article of food In 1502 for It Is recorded In the Black Books of the Honorable Society of Lincolns Inn that at Easter term 1002 It was agreed by the governors and bench ers this term that It any one of time so clely shall hereafter cut cheese 1mI moderately at the time of dinner or supper or shall give cheese to any servant or to any other or shall carry It away from the table at any time he shall pay 4 pence for each offense The butlers of the society shall preset such defaulters weekly under paint of expulsion from otllceLaw Her Test When a young man proposes you should always be careful and test his love cautioned the conservative chap eronButl go one better auntie twitltered the pretty girl Do you see tiny bottle Yes Does It contain perfume No It contains acid I test the en gagement ring Not Very Funny- I did my best to be entertainingl sold the young man In a sor N row v Did you succeed Im afraid not I recited Hamlets soliloquy She looked at me reproachfully for several secorids and then e- xclalmedJ dont think thats very funny London Telegraph His Conscience lies forever punting about what his conscience tells him What does his conscience tell him anyway Apparently It usually tells him what awful sinners hipneighbors are Cathofte Where She Gets Her Ideal v SheI wonder It you are Just the kind of man I want He What kind of man do you want SbeI can hard describe him to you He Donst try Whats the name of the bookSt Louis Post Dispatch Jo Hold HimsKan Thats a solitaire Dick gnve you I wonder If you know what a fickle young man he 11 Fan Indeed I dol Thats why I made hIm give me such an expensive oneCUI ago I TribuneA Sad Break t Due crxdtf mari tnadij a bad break t yesterday aWhat wasft7 He told a dumb mantbat hid word- wnq ns goodas ads bond DetroH r4Frep Press s V r I t I t 1r I iI Y Juri1 l I 1 lIj J j tof l r i 11 f1o 71 rj J 1IiIt 1 I Ir lif 1 IJANsewI r- Sn1 i Jst opening with its possjbjlitigs M 1fs iapities lying out before us jandI Qa s and v our happiness largely upon turning its possibilities to cW I good aridi toying hold of every Opportunity 1 that will satisfactorily contribute to our 1 needs Dp yo ever stop to cbnsTder what 1 merchandising institution can serve you bestorthebasic principles on which he I stitutioncondLidts its business Jn1whom doi you deal We firmly believe our jStore4 with they largest collection I General Merchandise in this part oj Ken fI e- f tucky withquality and price of every arti ecle strictly na balance withonepi ice every individual offers the greatest tal portunity for the purchasing of your and Winter neccessities of any store in the country i I urge you to investigate us and our 1We v I I Ititionof the public never lag We try to do more for you and serge I you better every season 1Wewinter are ready wearables now to show you our fall I I EP BARNES BROS I i Beaver Darn Ky I tataar tta t1tt Btu aan ia neo d t 1 ce and Mice For horses suflVMng frpm inflamma tion tot the lungs nn old prescription was u mixture of shot and powder in milk This has evert been applied toj human elngs In Idlehurst mention is made of sparrow sbotifivc or six to the dose to be taken twice a day as n remedy for brown klters which IsI believed by the English farm laborers to be caused by the lights theIr term for lungs rising up the windpipe The shot is supposed to weight them down in their rlglitful place Sussex England is the scene of Idlehurst It was a Sussex woman who was or dered by the doctor to put some ice In a bag and bind It on the temples of her sick boy Inquiring after his patient next day the physician received he reply Oh Tommys better but the mlco are dead Then He Got His A young Lancashire lad Jojned the army and HOOU utter his arrival at headquarters got Into trouble Actcordingly he had to faco his command ag officer next morning The usual preliminaries were gone through when contrary to orderly room Qtlqucttc the recruit commenced to defend himsslt Silence roared the adjutant Thou shut up said tho prisoner IIIm not speaklngito thee Im talk- agto tle old c1lapn the chairLon don Scraps Too Much For Him How true that old saying Is about a child asking questions that a man cannot answer remarked Popiclgh Whats the trouble now queried his friend Singleton This morning replied Poplclgh T my little boy asked mo why men were sent to congress and I couldnt tell him Chlgago News t Did He YOu lever saw a man who understood women Well I knew a man once who rlalmed that he did And did hebWell he never one HoifS Jon Post Her Chin splalnlyJndlcaloyour wife were you governed havebeen1Her Ears In Danger Susie had left her toys about the upSusieenreundhrow Tone but tho contemptible l1ie Fnnldw1 fLj TrJ Is rr J iL 1ir f j 1 i r S ry J k SMALLHOUS t Sept 22Roy Love and wife Beav Dam were In our midst Saturday and Sunday xHe tilled his last regular ap polntment at Equality church Sunday for the year Mr and Mrs Sam Crumbecker and children Central City were the guests their parents Mr and Mrs G W Barnard Sunday Mrs Herman Barnard returned Sun day from a weeks stay to her home in Louisville from Mr G W Barnard Mr Indllrs Barnes and children of near Prentls wero the guests of their mother Burs Celia Brown SundayMr s Barnes and daughter Miss Louis Barnes Centcrtown I were the guests of Mr and Mrs If P Maddox Saturday night and Sunday Mr Clayton Ross mid sister Echos were the guests of Miss Edith Curtis Sunday liiessrs Ross Morton and wife Livermore Mr L 4 Morton and wife Cen = tertown and 2 1r Tom Paxfon Louis villa are the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton nt this writing fttr and Mrs Jut Ross and daugl tors Misses Bern and Anda Boll and Miss Minnie Bean Mr Ves Barnes and ISmallhous I Mr Jim Hendrix Jr Rockpdrt Ky i was aguest of Mr a E Hunter Sunday Mrs Oscar W Overhults returned from a weeks visit to her sister Mrs L Wlthrow at Central City Sun day Mr nncLMVs J5ack Reid spent Tliurs day sit Ii1tard the guests of Bit and Mrs 8 TheyWre accom panted to Hartford by Mrs John bIe of HerrIn Ill who has been visiting rthem i Several from hero went to ae tHe ig show at Central City Thursday 1 Master John Witlirow who his been on the sick list 1s bettor lrsBJIl Wltlfrow who has been sick for flome time Is not much better 1 lIrJR Hunter and daughter ariss EtheKwVnt to Hartford Monday + d For SaltY f One Studio Camera8 by 10 chertyv finish metal brassBauch agdLomd krrectilinear lens Iris dla hra B I and L Jand7ersA meratoratudlo work PACentortown q Apply at thls office AN 9tf i Jr rJ t JJ J fJ al I hjl i I A4 al 4r j iP 4r 1 t I I t t mati DEFENSE fOR THE A IERIGAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY I IsB Campbell Cantrtn Spem at State Fair qes tin canters to Organize tertSeJt ProtectionOppos Ned 40 Lawlessness i 3IrcantT111 spoke as follows Yr Chairman Ladles and Gentle sa In behalf of the American So of Equity iu Kentucky and In lf of the organized farmers of lYesb1ckyI thank the management of t53adnir for this kind invitation and rthis hearty reception here today II sncerely hope and trust that this n eUng will bethelaying of the foun ou stone of a new fraternity be aecn tle farmers of Kentucky and aM peoplo of this great metropolis eL which we are so Proud We must bear In mind the fact that wm are all Kentuckians and we ns Ke tktnns must strive for that fraternl tic that will bring happiness to us and- staenperlty In the old Kentucky home tthnt can only be accomplished by x3o city people and the working peold gaping hands and working for the Ibest interests of the State and of Naton and I trust that this wil- lbe the beginning of anew era In Ken troy where the country lwople can ldter understand the city people and i xmlaere the People of the city will be la to know the wants and understand em conditions of the people In the wintry and that all Kentuckians wil- liegiu here today tu laY the foundation sane for a reunited family under the soot tree of the old Kentucky home f want to talk very briefly to you beswse I know that upon an occasion use this men do not come to hear Jdrawnout speeches and though t1r subject Is a large subject I must cC necessity be brier I want to say td those of you here assembled that tic main object oftheAmerlcan Society ri Equity Is to organize the farmers tx better prices for farm products It is to Ullhoid the aw Its main object Rs io help uphold the law In the data and In the Nation to educate th t3rmers to do that which Is for eclr interests and to teach the pea pds or the city that the whole prosperity or tbl3 State and of this Nation Is de peaelentnpon the prosperity of th efar m s as tile foundation There can be no real prosperity In Kentucky un ttB the farmer prospers T9here can be no prosperity among farmers when the products of tlIe farm are taken away from them txp arbitary prices Lxed by time great Lusts or this country and tan oh- Pactof the organization has been to Lch the farmers to get together and to stand together fur bigger prices and for more profitable prices upon the Icotlncls of the furlll and i III11oal to eres7 cItizen of Kentucky regurdlesa- 4g bls n1ofesm1oh regardless ui tits i slness I appeal tu him to sound wUll us and help us In this work her cause I say to you frankly and I will give you figures to provu It that the tanners of Kentucky have beep a downtrodden people and until a ray mr Might came from the fountain sourc th American Society of Equity t edoor of hope was closed In their ta Uqt thank God this orguulza pmt has opened to them theway to co s pearnteand to orgunlzu that Is has zsixud the price 50 per cent or the ef products of Kentucky and that lftaco and happiness and prosperity to d hydwell In hundreds of thousands of r emes of Kentucky where a few years 3iD there was want and woo and rgi3wy and 1 appeal to every man it- t6eutucky that he thoroughly understand the objects for which the Amen esnSoclety of Equity Is formed There has been too much In the press tmlsreqresentod us not utualiwa IIy l dont charge thatbut the peo ipleot the cities have not understood oW movement and many people It- trte country nave failed to comprehend the spirit of tile 1II0elllentI ly friends I want to say to you that the spirit or the American Society 4tFqulty Is as broad as the spirit and fraternity of the Christian reUg leD itsc1f undertaking to bring men to j tether In the common bonds of fraternl- t411ndcrtaklng to secure the labor U- Iau the farm honest wages and to lz secure to the owner of the land littKentucky afair returp upon his In rentnent I submit to every Intell- lgenfunan that there can be nothing wrong Inanorgalzatlon whose pur- IposeI Js to bring about this condition iof 2ffhirs in Kentucky and If It is 1r littIhave the right to appeal to a eNrytKenlUcklan that lIe stand for i 1l10eJrtent and glue It his sup prrtnddihfa induenco- 11q friends Kentucky being purely aa IgnIctilturdl State It behooves the rrDerw Kentucky to stand together pehosves ttf111 to organize It be- beovesrthe fecpo of Ue city to sup it rt tinettitbhooyes every man that I g- sit yfI rr believes In true dtlzenshlp to stand for this organization to back up the lleoPc on the farms to keep them from the oppression that has drlven them down heretofore and to help them place their homes their women and their children upon the high road to rosperity so that they might add honor and credit and glory to the glori- oUs history of ofd Kentucky and It can only be done when the man upon the farm feels that he Is accorded a spuare deal and a farlly good chance In the race for the almighty dollar In this day and generation My friends many peope say In crlU- Uslug this organization that there I no need for an organization or farmer When I give you the facts and the fI- gures and tell you that the manufac tunes of this country are earning upon their loestDlentH Per cent that the bankers or this country are earnI lag upon their investment 1 per cent that the railroads of the nation 8re earning upon their investment H pe cent and the great American farmer Is only earning upon his InvestmentI tie small sum of 4 I say to you that it Is high time for au organization of the farmers o this nation and that something has been radially wrong In the conduct t or this I say GovernmentIof producer of wealth In this country Is at such a disadvantage with all th other branches or business In the nation that It is high time that some or ganization lie ours kshould take ult the battleery for the organization of tile farmer and do tl1atwhlch will llUt him upon a plaue or equality with men In order lines of buslnessn tit e State and the Nation- Organization and cooperation Is the dominant spirit or this age There Is- uo branch of business there Is no proI Cession save the farmer that has not i been organized for their protection and until the American Society of Equity i came into Kentucky to preach the organization of the farmer the Kentucky farmer was the only man who was not organized for his protection In his behalf I appeal for n lIublcI sentiment that will concede to mer of the State and of the nation the same right that other lines of busines and otlter professions enjoy I bellee that the American people and the people or Kentucky are liberalminded enough to concede to the farmer o Kentucky that watch has been conI ceded to every other profession and I every other Jine or business and upon that basis upon time basis of that sort of fairness l appeal to you for your support and fur your influence behdf n of this great organization Time farmers of Kentucky are the Pioneers In this movement We have i taken up this battle cry We have carried It Into the great States of the Northwest the great producers of grad of this country We have organized the tobacco grower In Kentucky and tile grain grower lu the Northwest We want to tae Itk up In the Southern States In time cotton fields We want tu the chief or the farm ers In theirmrespective State so that 1l1uy may receive a fair return for their investment and may bring pence and harmony and prosperity lotto the home or every farmer In th nation IVhem that Is dune tire bushlls of this nation wm prospr as It has neve- prospered before The laborer the far hers the merchant the banker Jvery lure of business amid profession wUl scare lit the prosperity when tine far mer of the nation receives that which Is his duo In tire Ullago of time soil Jay friends I want to say to yo that I believe that time farmers or alt saltttioaa gaulzatlon or the American Society or Equity A great phlosolllJel one I said solCacUvHy Is the Indispensable condition of Improvement 1Sitiou- selfactivity we can expect to go badl- upon tire busts where we have been Ii the past when wo lose sight or thi organization we can expect to bo the prey of the trusts of this country awe have been In tine past and inppeaI that every farmer In Kentucky should take up this maximum or the phllosl pier and take It Into his heart an memory and be governed by It tha- sc factivity Is the indispensable condition of improvement My friende I want to say o yo that time American Society of Equity stands over and above nil things for law und for order In Kentueyk I wa Ito say to you my rellowcltlzens tha you go to find a class Zlusjlp In the State or In the naUon1 tot Is clean and moral that Tins imw abiding citlzons I challen o any ma to point to me a class or ct izena that are a greater credit to the State and ration In the maintenance of the law UUUl the great farmers of this State and of this nation And I resent the 1rnrutation that undertakes to tJo American Society of Equity an 113 embers tar these acts of lawless r 7p flees that have existed In Kentucky TheAmerican society of Equity has urged upon all occasions It teachs through all its literature that every man who belongsio the organization must remember tGQt bishlghestduty as a citizen Is to help to uphold the statute lawof the State and of the Na lion that he canaidt attend to do lettlIwe have done everywhere and upon all occasions In the pastwe appeal for renewed allegiance and for streag sup port of the arm of the Government that undertakes to crush out laWless- ness In this State sail hwth Na Uon We know that these outbreaks hampered USi we know that In the minds of people that they have degraded us but I want to say to you in behalf or- I the Aruerlan Society of Equity or typerof citizenship exists tn this Common lwenth tlau is to be found in the men who are members ottbls prganlza- tlon and tits are entllld to the support and to the respect o everyman In Kentucky who loves law and order and who loves the fair name of ithe old Kentucky home Jfy friends I want to say to you for one that our organlznttoN takes 1determlnedstand for law and order Iin Kentucky we do beliefs that 1n- f tae enforcement of the law there should be no partiality We believe that the great trust mngntea or this childrentakes to overturn the statute law o1- e1 our State We believe that those men should be made to feel the stern hand of the law lust as well as thee poor and Ignorant lawbreaker We want no partiality In the enforcement oP the law but we do demand and wedo In Iislst that every man whether he be rich or poor who violates the statute law lof Kentucky should be brought before the same bar of Justice and Judgment meted out to him accordingly That ls what we believe In and that is what we demand My telow citizens I do hole and trust that over this great State of ours this bitterness that has existed be tween our people shall bo a thing or the past I want to see the time speedily comp In when n toIIIlast be forgotten where we will turn our backs upon the past and stead shoulder to shoulder looking into the great mature that Is ahead of Ken lucky and doing those things that wI- r reflect honor andcrtdlt upon the Com monwenlth My friends we cnnnot win this tight by denunciation otthepeople who are against us I do appeal to the finer appealii nppeal to them wherever they may be usjfreedom and the liberty oJ the Kentucky farmer You dare not chain the eagle 1You dare not chain the dove IiDut many a gate that Is closed by hate jCan be opened wide by love Is the doctrine we want to preach In Kentucky That Is the doctrine that tits American Society of Equity has always believed Inand that Is its mission and we carry that igospel today to all tits people of Ken lucky urging them to bury the bitterns Ior the past to come over Into the new fraternity for the honor and the futurerI want to give you In showIfor the organization ofl i the Kentucky farmer I cars not how many men of you withglans hereiandthat them Is not a man In this vast auditorium that will thatta oftIlentucltys I mer how the boys and girls apart the farms have suffered for lack or edu catton In Kentucky IYou come here to this magnificent Statetiwe a to le and first Iof all la because of the great and haveuour but I my friends let me tell you stop aid consider the fact today that Old Ken thirthseventhtway of the educatloaot her children It sa dark cloud upon her escutcheon thatshoulll bring the blush trfshame to every ma KenttichyMy I want to tell you that the chief JelUion for thoOiack oreducu tlon to Kentucky has been because owing tothe low prices for farm products that have existed for the past ten years that the tobacco growers the farm tenants and the poor white people of Kentucky have been forced to keep their children at home to work in the field and have not been able to send them Into the il1ibUcschols In ThoIthis country As organized labor stands hgainat chlJJ labor in the fac tories so the American Society of Equ ty stands against child Vubor in the tobacco fields and In the fields or the farmers of this State I I appeal to you therefore in bohaf of the education of Kentuckys children that you back up this organiza don so that the farmers or Kentucky may obtain decent and profitable price for the products upon their farms and so they can transplant the children of Kentucky from the fields on the farms Into the schoolhouses where they can grow Into a citizenship that I wlll be an honor and a credit to our od Kentucky hone I My fellowclUzens stop and think or- It that here In Kentucky when you take the negro populatloh out or con sideratIon you have Increased the ii literacy or this State 1 per cent You white people here I oogyou to think ot the hardships that the condition of affairs has worked upon the poor white children o1 Kentucky Think of It that the white people of Kentucky are dependent Ullol tire klnkheaded negro to hold us uiu 1 Per cent In tile scale of education It Kentucky Stop and consider that durIng tho past twenty years In Kentucky the negro has decreased his illiteracy In our State 30 per cent During that same twenrty years time white man In Kentucky has decreased iris illiteracy only J per cent That during that period of time that the negroes have made three times the progress tllat the white people have made In Ken tucky In the matter of education Idiy frlends why are these atartlhng facts so I want to be clearly under stood I wouldnt stand here and un dertake to drag down the negro In this State or Nation I am too liroadmlnl negroIlong as I have a voice and time power to raise it that by the Eternal Gods I propose to raise It In behalf of those children In Kentucky whose skin Is the same color as my own My ferowcltlzens I want to say to you that the white people of Kntucky pay 90 per cent or the tuxes or this Stale I beg to remind you of time fact that during the past twenty years that there has been an exodus of the negro from the farms to the dUes You have got thousands or them here In this nmgnifitent city and other towns In Kentucky You find them leaving the farms and coming Into tilt towns I wlll tell you why they have done it The negro has more love for his children he has more Intel ligence that many give him credit for haVing Tine negro imam sense enough to see that by moving Into the great towns that he can educate iris children that he can put them Into the public scchools and my friends I am here today to ask you the question who Is faking time place or that labor on the farm that twenty years ago was per formed that twentyyears ago was per formed by the negro In this State I will tell you that It Is the boys and girls of the poor white iruolnle of Kentucky trustrid den and their products and crOps taken away from them at prices that will hardly permit them to gather together the bare necessities of life The poor people In Kentucky have not been able to ducate their children but have kept them In the fields as the serfs and tine slaves of these great trusts and corporations that have so overridden us In behalf of the children of Kentucky In behalf of a better education for Kentucky I appeal to you my fellow Kentuckians to come and stand with the American Society of Equity for IleoIing or Kentuckys childhood It la a plea addressed to every self respecting and law abldlng citizen In Kentucky and I appeal to you from the very bottom of my lreart that you here today take up this oottecry for the organization of the Kentucky farmer Let us get together 1n the spirit pf fraternity let us secure profitable SUMMARY OF PLATfORIONW IGH I t REPUBLICANS ASK JNDORSENEt1Tif The Amerlcan farmers welfare Is as importantas that of wage =eartfers- or captallst The Republican party in the past twelve 7efsba aided i the farmer In agriculture and in bringing to him the convenlencesot rural life Free rura1 mall delivery now reaches I millions of our citizens and P- we tailor its extension until everycommunity In the land receives the full benefIts of the postal servIce we recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained snore and more largely at public expense and less and less at the expense of theabulllngowners In this work Ye commend the growing practice ot state aid t Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our commercial industrial and agrlcuitural Interests are founded and the neces sity of promoting the present coutipued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent sate passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which If appearing in the midst of bema cratlc rule or the menace of It mIght have equaled the tamiftar Demo cratic panics of the past We congratulate the people and ban with confidence the signs now manifest of 0 complete restoration of busineass prosperity In all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrusE law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced it after Democratic dereliction But experience has shown that Its effectiveness can be trengtbend and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater superYlslon and COntrol over and secure greater publicity In the mmanagement of that class of corporations engaged In interstate commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately following the Inauguration of the next Sresident In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is bestnialnItamed by the Imposition of such duties as wlll equal the difference be tween 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 measune of protection at homust be ever maintained isthat of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen Tire Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ of Injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that no Injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without notice except where Irreparable injury would result from delay In which case II speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among raIlroad employersThe party recagnlzes the special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries or oUr country we earnestly favor tIle establishment of a bureau of mines and mining We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe however that the Interstate commerce law should be furJther amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of surh lInes by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stock and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as wm revive the merchant marine prestige ot the country The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader ship In the legislativetdepartment to keep step In the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the indefensible filbustering of a Democratic minority in the house ot representatives during the last seS- sion many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience or the people and the encouragement or th lft The Republican party Is committed to the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment of the national monetaryry 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 fifeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection and advancement of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his disfranchisement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerlc n- and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that pone of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be enacted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under one In which party responsibility Is divided The continuance of present policies therefore absolutely requires the continuance in power of that party which believes in thom and which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation prices for the Inirmer Let us lift the burden of oppression from the shoul dens or our people Let us take our children and place them In time schoolhouse and educate them for a nobloI and gorious citizenship In Kentucky home Old Kentucky God help her and God bless her and give leer people the pow er and the courgo todothaat which wlll be to her everlasting honor and glory I thank you Just Exactly Right I have used Dr Kings Now Life Pills for several years and find them Just exactly right says Mr A A Felton or Iiarrfavllle N Y New Life Pills relieve without the leant ills comfort Best remedy for constipation blllousuess and malaria 25c at aU druggists m DR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF uro nv Data Inside or out In from 2 to 5 minute t CASTORIAFor Infauts and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of A Reliable Remedy Elyrs Cream Balm Is quick absorbed Gives Rllelat Once It cleanses soothes protoetsthe fromCatarrh away a Cold in the noIstores ITaste nlVliAlALL s k EEdruL J I r 1 I I I 1I i I J oJ f R 1 I II j1ef ft4rr i j i4 GOLD MINE OF HONEY FOUND IN ROCK BANKS I Oil ftlens Discovery is TUB Re suit Qlla Sling of v A Bee t lJerry McKay a wellknown oil man from Sapulpa related a very odd storj wus that of n bee sting resulting In the finding ufn gold mine of uoiuy In the rock banks near Sapulpa M L KelFliy and John Caney two prominent oil men of Sopulpa are tno parties Implicated in the story Mr Kelley and Mr Chnney started out Monday morning from Sapulna to drlvo to a well they are drilling on the boggy land seven miles west o Sapulpu the tree were about half way to the well when suddely they were attacked by a large drove n bees The bees swarmrd rbou tobuggy and tiling t e wen and horses until they were compelled to seek refuge They whipped up their teamt and drove to the cabin of an India named Watahee Hrfe they told of their adventure and had the pain al leviated by the Indian who put some kind of preparation on their wounds In conversation with the Indian con cerulng the occurrence they were told of the myan bets InillO hiils and cave about three miles west of Sapulpa They did not believe this story at first He said that the Indians around Ills cabin were setting gallons of honey In tno cave every day This set time oil men to thinking That afternoon they went td the pace he told them of On their way they met an old Indian woman who was carrying two palls of en1couragedThey came upon a big post oak In the field This had been hacked In several places and tine honey was drip ping from the cut in the tree Into re gular poos on the ground They did n tsop at tho tree but went on to the cave As they nenrered the rock cliffs they could hear a droning like that of sighing pine trees so many in number were the bees As they came closer they could see kind of black cloud hovering before the rocks There must have been fifty big swarms of bees around the rocks When they were close up to the cm they noticed huge cracks in the rocks and large holes In these the honey was dripping almost in small streams j There were some twenty buckets and palls setting in the rocks catching the honey The Indians are said to break the combs of honey with tslcks and let the honey run out Into palls A pall will ttl In two days time lit Is said that the finding of this great bee Industry by the oil men accounts for the great amount of strain ed honey the Indians have been mark Ing It was thought before that the Indians raised the bees Thcoll men say that the sand stones In the cliffs are just saturated with honey and a Ilttle piece of stone In a buckets of water will sweeten It Tho discoverers are at n loss to know how the bees came to be there It Is sald by In dians and other old timers in this section that about ten years ago an old Indian who had a few bees was killed It is thought by them that his bees went wild and multiplied and In pnspntti1ereTulsa Democrat Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contalus Mercury As mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such ar tidies should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physician as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney I Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken Internally acting directly up pn the blood kind mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Curo be sure you get tho genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Cat Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 7Cc per bottleTake Halls Family Pills for con stipation m Finger Nails Eleven feet Long r A scientist has estimated that Ina lifetime of seventy years a man grows nails which If It were possible to pro serve thorn uncut would roach tho length of seven feet nine inches Exactly on what arguments this stat meat ils based tis hard to sa for a little observationwillshowhab purr fag the greater portion ota mans life lie cuts mils pails on onaverage of oncea weelf and at each liming remove a sixteenth of an Inch or tho equiya lent of a quarter oft nincior month working out at three Inches a year This wOUld give film a growth of seven feet six Illc1e8dlWlnithothlrt v frY J 1 I A9 tyYlr I i 1 I fAlazy Liver I May bo only a tired liver or a starved welliu workj So It la strongdrasticj indication of an IllnourfslicJ enfeebled i body whoso organs uro weary with pvc I work Start with tho stomach and allied organs of dlgestloi and nutrition Ill them In working order and see how activeIcures troublo by Its wonderful control of tlm I organs of digestion and nutrition It re stores tho normal actlvltyof tho stomach Increases tho secretions of tho bloodmak Ing glands cleanses lio system from trot I sonous accumulations and so relieved th liver of tho burdens Imposed upon It by tho defection of other organs It you have bitterer bad taste In the morn I lag poor or ffkiUble appetite coated tonpue oulbreath co sUpat orlrreeular bowel l smsllofbacktmswlne or dUftettd keno If In stomach perhaps natuei WCoXo risings In I edlfcine will retiree you more prompilvoi lIre m t S f rlp qT v vn Medical Discovery Iernii only iDan or tbe icv sympwms will be present at one time and yet point to torpid liver or allnt am other Indigestible food and take the Golden Medical Discovery regularly and stick to Ita use until you nro Tlfcorous and fitronir The Discovery Is nonsecret non alc holic Is a clyccrlc extract of native medici IncredlentIunder oath Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by the most eminent medical writers of the neo and are recommended to cure the disease for which It Is advised Dont accept a substitute of composition for this non secrot MEUICLNB OF KNOWN COMPOSITION 7 years he lives between twenty nail fl ty In the other forty years when gowth is less rapid he would certainly produce four feet of nails so the eleven feet Is n better average for the nailproducing capacity of man It should be noted however that th growth of the nails on the right ham is in most people more rApId tha those on the left hand and It may be that the scientist In question lit based his argument on the sl growta of Gin lefthand nits Another curious point Is that th rate of growth of the nulls depends d reedy on the length of the finger thu the nails on the two middle fingers o men grow more rapidly than those on the first and third finger respectively and these In return are more speedy 1 their growth than those on tho little flnngers Stray Stories ENCAMPMENT WILL BE AT EARLINGTQN OCT 0 Third Regiment Will Be Statlon d There for Ten DaysRifle Range Almost Ready Tho Hustler has been reliably infor med that the annual encampment of the Third regiment of the Kentucky National Guard will be held at Earl Ington for ten days commencing Oct C according to the present plans o time military officers of the state The rifle range at Eearlington Is almost completed and will bo in readi ness for the use of the members of Third regiment when the encampment It held It is situated near tho head of Loch Mary and is an ideal location The selection of our neighboring city as the psce to hold time annual encampment is a wise one on part of those at tho head of time thtI itary of tho state and It will n much for the relsdent of that city I There are nearltheI It Cant Bo Beat The best of all teachers Is expert ence C1 Harden of Silver City North Cnrlollna says i find Elec tric Bitters does all thats claimed for It For Stomach Liver and Kidney trouble It cant bo beat I have tried It and find It a most excellent medi cine Mr Harden Is right Its tho host of all medicines also for weak ness lame back and nil run down co dltlons nest too for chills and mala ria Sold under guarantee at all druggists GOc in Death Penalty Imposed Upon JamesISpringfield Ill Sept 17 Tonight the Jury In the case of Joseph James murderer returned a Wdlpt of gull ty and fixed the penalty at death James took the verdict unconcernedly There was no demonstration James killedC A Ballard the crime being largely responsible for precipi tn dlImmediately w Ing a determination to rush all riot oases to speedy trials Raymer Is the alleged mob leader Indicted for inciting riot malicious mischief and murder in connection with the lynching ot Villlam K Don negan on the night ofAugust 15 oS t t i tY I VARIOUS LAWS MADE FOR AERIAL NAVIGATION 1 City Fathers In jbssimi Florida I Jlave Wisely Led I The Way- t I IRecenlytt the city ofKissimeG Fla a glad nnd general smio bye j promulgation of sundry mail certain balloonsconduct of those who navigate thee atmospheric main The consensus of editorial opinion from Maine to Mexico was that such laws would not be needed for years to come nail brilliant flall1gm1 piers Had a whole lot of expense of the Florida solons end cItyII j the and behold In u few snot weeks I comes justification of their wisdom an j evidence that even moie stringent law j will be needed mid that soon A Gotham aeronaut hud the mlsfor i tune to alight In a Hoboken garden Being a skillfull pilot he effected his landing with no Injury to the trees jor vegetables but an unlookedfor againstshim for damages nevertheless and le I gal wiseacres are all at sea We are all familiar with the sudden annI untomoblle breaks down the interest with which they gather close about I j the disabled machine and the Ingen j theyLlprotfer j to the balloon only more so Thus Intentseveral hundred of Hobokens welljI meaning citizens nude linsto to the ofd11They knocked down fences trampled nail vegetables into the ground j oullg11treesThe owner of the garden tpiIhavefllroventedand the accompanying agricultural dls astern Here Is an Interesting question which sugigest f i poses for some of the timehonored j I problems usually dealt wlthtNotice to All Interested It having been ordered by the Ohio county Union of the A S of E at its last meeting that we act as rci rivers reorganizers and organizers of I locals we desirro to state that any community or local desiring our services may procure same by arranging for a meeting and giving us a weeks i notice S L STEVENS Presi DAVID MOHELAND I xPresI The Remedy that Dues thefpromise but fall to prorm says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung othertNew Discovery is doing me so much good that 1 feel confident its contln ued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health land renowned cough and cold remedy throat and lung healer is sold at all druggists IOC and 100 Trial boti tie free m DEAF MUTE HUSBAND ASKS FOR DIVORCE Has Quarrel With Wife Over Her Cooking Pigs FeettToes and All Now York Sept 17A quarrel over the way to cook pigs feet was the beglnlng of the troubles which led to a matrimonial suit in the New Jortey Court of Chancery today when lames W Nash of Newark sought a divorce from Sarah L Nash Both are deaf mutues and several bf tho witnesses and counsel employed the sign language In testifying fTho courtroom often was absolutely silentJ though stormy scenes were taken place Tho plalnttffcharges desertion I crossexamination Air Nash indicated in the finger language that tho difficulty started when he brought aSkedIed a denial to the question if ho truck his wife on that occasion said When Mrs Nash testifiedshe she remembered the Incident of thoI pigs feet and their toes Bho saId that after they separated she couldnt live on the 1 a week her husband al- i e Ii owed her and asked him to leC her do his washing but to refuted Sunflower Philosophy- For ono reason the Women are tor bE envied If there Is any ono they hate Uiey Beltloni see them If a mail has tin enemy ho meets him 15 times a day Every young married couple has a picksIof cracking nuts than by using a bntchet Whet a girls dearest friend gets mark ricd and she describes her husband to you take off one quarter for enthu ignoranceit rich man it means that ho gets poaj slbly t86 a month When a married man wallis a mess 2riOIlOIlSlderlng cranberry sauce Iteuldes he line to I carve It But an unmarried man can go to a restaurant and get all the turkey ho wants for5 cents Where do tho women read all the wonderful things they tell about I When a crowd of women get together I each one has some horrible story to tell It is usually as story about some wicked man he tied his wife In chair and tickled her to death or hei was married 17 times and kept his dead wives locked In a room Some of the stories are tod in n whisper If there is a man In the house and some bride present will say she won ders If it is true Of course It Is tie married women will say There never was a man too good to do such things If ho had a cHance DEMAND FOR WHEAT RAISES FOURS PRICE Heavy Export Trade Makes Shor tage Increase of 25 Cents 1Per Barrel Influenced by probably one of time biggest export moveiiments in years1 Iud ulsobyablg milling dimand price of wheat has taken anextruordlnary jump since Monday putting local deal ers at variance with each other and consideably affecting the local grain trade Local experts were of the opln ion last Friday when a basis of nlne1- y eiRiit cents per bushel was reach i ed that ties advance had run Its course but u shortage In tho world crop of some whore In time neighborhood of 300000 bushel buyIlligr three days of this week forcing the price up to 12 per biislnl esteldariThe advance In wheat ficia of one of the big local milling plants yesterday Is also responsible for the incrtiiso In the market price of flour n twenlyfivecent advance per barrel being declared on winter straights and patents ycsterdayI DIG WAD OF MONEY FOUND IN COAT LINING Man in Louisville Arrested Under Peculiar Circumstances Time Louisville Times of yesterday gives the account of the arrest of Daniel P Gentile who was arrested In that city as a suspect When arr rested Gentile stated that ho had sold out his business at f2 Mulberry street New York and that ho was 011i ils way to Owensboro to visit his mother When arrested by detectives at Tenth street station the fact hat fl50SS5 was sewed In the lining of Gentiles clothing was brought out and caused suspicion on account of conflicting stories He is thought to answer the description of one Peter Gentile wanted at Oakland Cal When arrested Gentile refused to give any Information as to his address or name lint a search In his suit case brought forth letters addressed to Daniel P Gentile which was finally admitted by the prisoner to bo his name Gentile is an Italt ian He is well known In Owensboro and Is a brother of Joe Gentile former y of Owensboro Joe Gentile was very successful here and brought the larger number of the Italians now IIvC log In the city here Best tho World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J V Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced Its the best salve the world affords It cured a fellon on my thumb and it never falls to heal every sore burn or wound to which it is applied 250 at all drug gists mI I 4 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has Sewin uso for ocr 30 years has homo tho sigimtuiro T and has been rnado under hiwapiw uyl4 sonal supervision shtco its iltfancy r Allow no ono to deceive you ill htg All Counterfeits Imitations nnd JustusRood arebiikv Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho licaltBofi Infinite and Children Experience against Expcriinu3 What is CASTORIA Castorfa Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 rare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains ocitbcr Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Bubstaaoe Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coutrtlpatlou and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the sleepThoGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The Kind Yon Have Always Boughs In Use For Over SO Years ine ecimuK COMMNV rr MUHHAV rrrcrr New vonn CRY tr I fDt l t OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald t THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 3l2 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15C THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17 THE REPUBLICAN and Home und Farml2rTH- EREPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 3M2 ti- THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer iJZ5 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer S 7yi THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 173 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 2M THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine IiSZ TilE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine tiScS Address all orders to TILL REPUBLICAN 1lQ 4 29YEARSbb fi Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every tJ MONUMENT Vr SOLD BY US GEO MISGHEL o SONS to t =PROPRIETORS= uyi i Owesnboro Monumental Works ftJiJjiv 4i111I B Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St bb OWENSBORO KENTUCKY c3 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save Yo v JS Money on All Good Honest WorK has a rir wir v rSrirw rair wYVicc c c w ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place V9V can suit the most particular man Come over to our plae ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make sit iniasv esting fur you without oven asking for your order We hawi the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because oar samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean J dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way A CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH IDont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prom I l 4 If a x- ti t at t I rI c I J p t l 0I J 1 e J I rHtIOrd Republican G M BARNlTT EDrrORt =cnmeza3siI Zia Cb TT rFRIDAY SEPi IBEP So I I t REPUBLICAN TICKET I a For Preskenti- i iiHON WILLIA1 lL TAFTI0 of Ortlo For Vice PrettdentfL r EON JAMES r of Sew York a For Member of Coagreas Fourth DiI s t DR DAVID W GADDIE tt tofLs PJe County i 1A1NOUtiCEMEtiTS REPRFSENTATbVE I a FOR We E amtbartzed to anonaEst W S Dean a eandJdf1te for Rettrt- vntaUTe frost Ohto COtIDtr saJtct to 4theRe9abllcu1 prttaarF tltctlon Jan uarr 9 IH6 FOR COUNTY J100E We art utllerized to 3DR teeI Judge W IL Taylor a candidate torn elLedOu to tlttlJJOiIUqa of Judge of I Ohio Cot3ty ib tct to the Repabllj can Prtaery ekc toD noIWe are rlltoll to aaRonttee I of pcdsvlUe a candidate for i tWade of Oblo Cooaty sabJEct to the 1 ReabHoat PrlIDarY ekctiOL JaaWU1 9 1S We are authorzed to aatoauaee JUdge It R WlJdlltag ot Wct Hart ford prectact a rytadldate for Judge of Ohio county object to tile Reptb i Jauury 5I 1MIIFOR ClReLIT CURT CLERK WE an sntborlaod to aanoaee Eo- G Dtnar a aadlduv for reehcdon r It IJte oflies of Cnak Court Ckxk- of ObIo CouotY wbloet to the R- IlIA b Primary elecUol Jry 9 J S1tL YOM CoteTy COtRT CLERK i Wt arc setbodaed to UIHMDce tG RaJu4 I Slllplaar Sprtugi pre cIo a date for CoIIat1 ODItrt JatmuIttepnbl n 9 9 We are authorized to annouaoe WI S TtMiUT a eandtdate for ree lion to the position oC County CourtI Clerk of Oklo Counts subject nepabllean Primary election Jaaua 9 1919IFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ieare authorized to aanourwe C of Neat Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney pf Ohio County subject to the Repubt- lt can PrImary election January 9 19J9- We are authorized to announCE S I A Anderson of Webt Hartford prea I duct a candIdate for County Attor I ney ot Ohio County object to the Republican Primary election Janu 9 190e- J FOR SHERIFF X We are authorized to announce t j H Black of West Hartford precinct s a candIdate for Sheriff of OhIo Conn r t ty subject to tM Pea J win Primary election January 9 194b j authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph precinct a rand t date for Sheriff of Ohio County SUbI sect to the Repub ran Primary else tlon January 9 1909 SI announcerc olnctla candIdate for Sherltf of Ohl County subject to the Republica Primary election Janvmry 9 li99Ii We are authorized to announce T iHDenton of Centurtown precinct candIdate for Sheriff of Ohio County t subject to the Republkan pri election January fHJJ 19w FOR A8SESFOR- We are authorized w announce G DavIs Royal a candidate for tctoa fOr of Ohio County subject Republican Irisaary olevtion Jan 9 1909 We are authorized to announ Daruard Felix a candidate for sor of Ohio oounty subJect to the He- putUcan Jrfmary election Janw- i ry 9 1909FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT- h r We are authorized to announce Hal E BrownotCool Springs precinct t superlnItendentthe Republican Primary election Jan t nary 9 1909 We ate authorized to announce Hen Leach of Cromwell IlfljClncta can i I superintendIent1 FOR JAILER kri We are authrolzedtto announce W p 3l Flener n canlid ate for reelectlol for Jailer of Ohio county subject t 1 the action of the Republican Primar- a election January 9 190- 9Weare authorized to announce W 1 P ltdkUf of North Rockport precinct a candidate for Jalllr of Ohio county subject to the Republican pr- ij Ct wary election January 9 1909I p DanJleIt Ohio county subject to the RepublIcan primary election January 9 1009IFOR MACISTRATE I We are authorized to announce John M Graham a candidate for uagtstrato- In the third Maglzterlal dtstrlck of Ohio County subject to the Repuhll can primary election January 9thI 1909Ir YM k pComDrltterbs Joitr of Std In OhIo County tLla year li ran and wiD be 3CCOnpUstt1f every Republican wiU du us duuy from now On until SOTembtr i There is trouble In the Doerk i camp or 1 eaduaners u Lua1n11e t One day I3st aeekthe secretary 110 I was a YU1 I 1 friend uC u- GoTenor Deekbam and WIa5 tbced at the htodgnartrrs fS a oobafdon of- i i mat element of tae petty teaderrd his zetignaUon ud gent back to- Ms i home in Hardln County It Is eX i pldntd that there was no money wltn- wbieh to icy him a salary Ire tnr1atfs men and the employ led tzer eJI see no txaetft In a eage to DryaBSm and they OTt- llule sympathy aha a are aJIOie hope for auecess la batid la a yrge- mteture on having ti uatmtlortdIempoyed as posetble Tse n ititg gradually absorbed by la 1aeaotag tndttbtry ud they Will think aedoe ly before bTftiog another per- hod d tdleatM by prodraiing a Tar nullsLoadlopeeed In an up stais vow trot t is tamored that only certain claMttl of Republicans are welcome there Hartford Herald It wua distinctly sasouaeed is this paper teat al R IaMbus QUid be welcome to the UP Main room tpa the Herald men toet ocO 7 are all R pttblksas welcome but we think We speak for we ooamlaee whet we nay that aU shuns of Democrats art welcome 10- I visit tie noadgxaners 51114 anye desire to oome tbtytrHt with uurt F and no lasinuadons will be cut to rrllect upon tem after taey ar gone The aiartfrna letters real by sir Hm of Ht ludepeudeacr parts at Columbus and other polnta last week tplkatlDg Senator Poraker In raI- tuOH for ue Stadard Oil Goa- tI5F Lien tern not proper a mbatber d eongresa were followed by- eaargea agaaust tluTernor Hoke ot Oklabsra who wu WJrmaJi d h- I r Ikmaentk Platform JIJUDIU aqLtIlyBryans amyasga Cutnmfle Gov lyoleTaor v Hulu1 ensured a dVIILI ut we CWitge tint lit ud aUQPI to briars Ue AUonae General of Oak cntiuhownkhnodIrary Instituted bet Mr Hart quteky fot lowed with copies CIt colin oeords- Oklauuwa ot which ruow flat tne 0ev error eciulielied the Attorney Genera of that state to diamhs prosecution aplwt a subsidiary of toe Stahdar Oil roIDlrY doing bulilbltl taere The Democratic smile over the ch1rge agalut Senator Foyaker was quickly ystopped by tae predfesaeat xblcu the further cwugell base pkueed tbei r party In senator Furaker Is In lUI way OOlJllccttd wIth the Republican or gaolzalio while Governor Hrskel Is In commanding potItUon In the De mocrwtk party and It rosy lie that lire J300otO wikn was recently Itat t had lj11on placed In the democratic cof ifer could be traced to we Company011 THOSE VITAL QUESTIONS The Hartford Herald this week SIIringfltldImake Vuliticl eallltal out of tug fall of the United Slates Sieaa t 0 ilure tilE bt1 repealing the torco The Lnltbd Statue Senators frum tobacco distrleta nrr at resent all i Demecntu and It b ugh lack of J effort Oft their part n re tuna any thing else width raued a fall touar3Iraooo tax to ro atDr ceiusve been too busy playing politics W ykrrk vrry closely otter tats laferest their maatbaea tVien Saeret cal IBradt7 b sworn In next larch von I dUlonl Will be different Tr s Sun mS Igjto tue trust Thu law under welch the tax WDf steed eau paused lu lSC2 and WILt NaUolensr Ilts Clxllt There were n grtKd many other items upon which the tax was placed but they have bee n stricken out with the excePtlo of whiskey and tobacco bosh being luxuries Tile Hartford Herald an the Springfield Sun would change our tradFI la tax not only on the farmers aniy the expenses ot National Governmea under u direct form of taxation From savedJup a home market which has brought the + greatest prosperity and the hlgh est prIces for farm products ever known In this country They w1lI not be dtcxlved into voting for bit Dry an and n return to the woeful condl- j Lions under whIch they labored dur slag the last period when this country suffered from a democratic r YJ L t- admlalMratioa The farmers are at intelligent body of men aad are not- to be dtfc1ered by the demogogue I A Tariff DcalSlGtk Vader Srgallt I AtLough Mr Bryan has devoted many thousands of cords to the question of the Tariff he bas not uP to date explained box tile Tariff trillbe revised U he should bo elected Pus I deaf JIMr Bryan bas not promised stance to call Congress In extra ses i ston for the purpose of carrying auto1 we Democratic programme Proba bly this to because he realizes that- bath a pledge would be futile t- If Bryan Is sheeted be sell certainly I nave a RepubUcan Senate on bGr hands If the Houce Is Democratic thIs xonld mesa a deadlock on Tariff revlslon since the two parties do not trust lath other to formulate the new schedules U both the Houoe and the Senate are Rtpubucan Mfr Bryan probably wonldnot care to rail CQn- grers In extra session treatise declared that tbs country cannot get a fair revision of the Tariff tram tue Republican party So Wt la any case If ML Bryan i elected President the outlook Tor Tar Iff revisfoa would be almost hopeless Oa the other hand the Republlc party has already begin to make ls plans for immediate revision otlTariff lifter election IC Mr Taft L toetseeright after his inauguration And tl Senate FIllance Committee Is already ofgtee Tariff with the Idea of being heady to take up the work of revtslou fatelagently If the country oomnu the task to a Republican Cocgreaeard a Rotublfcan President It seems certain that were can bi no Tariff revision next yrer uobtssr IU pubaran parry Ia rnmmirioned w do the work Contributed EdItor RepublIClDPennit 1ho has been all we filrhg line fron11St4 to otter a few thoughts concerning the oomtn election Dd Repbllea1 pri cnar Rbeh no atlas for the real trienda gl Judge Taft to be alarmed over the exposure of Ohios senior g1J ators service to predatory wealth lu tilt forth of the 9tapdard 01 Con pony It only brings Into lime llgt the atupendloum battle waged by t rdPreddbht and Judge Taft agnlrt wickedness In nigh paces 3r For kfJr has been Insistent in his opposl i thus to the Republican nominee from the very start There has been no JIlOIlIj left untamed that seemed to give pntmise of weakening them before tile people but teT bchrme s as fall and will continue to taU and tne poor dlwconserlkd Senator will be lost in shame and wll only be remerulrred by the colored race who he pretended champion as sell seekIng dmoglJ1Ue worthy only of theIr contempt In regard to the county candidates the greatest troube wJth the voters will be to select the most capable among so many capable ones l final word to the young men Dont iweom too enthusiastic for your friends and proaEe unfaIr combin- sJtlons to defuet en opponent In the first place you cant afford It and If our frlenl is wonry lIe will not expect ft and In toe end you will mos likely defeat your own aIm Dont think If you tall fa set your c ulce the world will came to aR end for It has never dose so and Is not like thatIx111 sever be a Gworal OLD LINER BARRETTS FERRY Sept 7Farmers are very busy making molawtll The aelllhg match at tIe school Louse Friday night was largely atten- I dud 3a n f recitations Were ghee by the cbllllron and souleflorhc songs were sung which madEt the evening very Interesting to all i Jr and airs Gtorge Fentress was Itrqj3Iss Comma Wedding bas been very sIck with tonsflitis- n I airs Dyson WeddIng of Dundee T ed Ura Will James Sunday EX governor Endorses Other Prominent Americans i Li q 2df LIT QE 11 W1 Confederate Army exState Senator em Ccl Bailey oWvas ngtan D cLabor Organizations and U V L CoL Patten owz1ig n D cXilitary and Masonic Orden c Hon S S Eyan orAlaska hEembu English House ofParliament s Cnaga asmaCale or Alaska well known on Pacifc Slope v ben W Ii Parsons Gen W H Parsons iA exState Senator and ex Special Judge of the Supreme Court of Texas also Brigadier General to Cootcdeiate Army In a rECent lettef from fZ5 H St NNV Washington D C this prominent gentleman says Cpon the recommendation of per serial frilnda and many strong teat monlals as to the efficacy of Perona in the treatment of the numerous symp tomsof the Ia grippe with which I bare- been afflicted for four months put I- hare been Induced to undergo a treatment with this justly celebrated for mula I feel a decided change for the better after using it only one week It is especially good In tonlnuptheatom IIch and hu had decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much en onraged that I am on the road to corn plete restoration- 31y numerous friends in Texas where I have had the honor to command a 1 brigade of her Veteran CavalryiD atour I ELECTION OFFICERSi SELECTED FOR Ig081 I Ohio aunty Commissioners Name Those who are to Conduct I The Election in Nov r The board of election commissIoners for Ohio County consisting of Sheriff R B Martin Y 1 3oseey and It R Riley met a fewras ago and selected the electIon oS leers who are to serve for tile thirty three precincts of Ohio County at the comIng November JudgeIatClerks alternate The lisle which fol lows ie made up of the very best and most competent men or the County List of Election Officers EAST HARTFORDFrank Black I W L Combs Judges loan Brown Sheriff J F YlcJers Clerk WEST HARTFORDS TrDarntU J a Bean Judges E M Woodward Clerk C IL3iorrison Sneritf BEDAo H finale H A Baird Judges Hkde Webb Sheriff J P Foster Clerk- SULPHUR SPRI GSA D Wed dIn L G Weber Judges JuT Davl Clerk TIce Baker Sheriff I1AGAST A Fuqua I S Lane barn Judges Oral WbIteh use Sheri Lee Miles Clerk CROUWELLS 1 Stevens W E HEARSTS JABS AT DRY ANIIWben Jlr Bryan was nominated 1a 1896 I Lad jus rfadned suaxsa- d my Sew York paper I pondered at night what Ibould dO I had everything to lose nothing to gain I derided to make a fight for Bryan- e 1Y material successes crumbled advertisers threatened to withdraw their patronage If I contnued to support Bryan The deficit for Octo 189C 1 us 1fiSOOO But re did not surrender IIII1lr Hearst then gave his reasons for leaving the Democratic party shellIt Mr DryaD Is as astoundIng uler He balances on one hand nat wont the union labor breaker and on thee otter Gompers the iunion ta bor lender Mr Bryan Is the political loc sdskln mRau You Cannot telltheher he 1s comlrigor gOlngIMr Bryan charges that I am angry at him cause lie dId not support me for the Presidency That Is not true The Independence Puny was formed to restore genuine Democratla governmeat genuIne American government I amJD this party becauaeI find In It a better and truer Demo crony than la the old parties bedtlme lhud In it more patriotic and I Intelligent leaderahlp than In the 014 paresFrom the speech of wU Liam R Hearst Jit St LouIs Mo I 0 r j 1 + u of Wyoming t- I PerunGive Pe=ru=na Great Credit PRJM11iENT AMERICANS Pmrs tyears war may accept thIs roluntaryt- eattmoaiaf to the merits of Peruna u a sense of ublluratlon on my part for Its wonderful efficacy CoL Wm Bailey Gilliam Bailey tS I St S E Washington D Coo PI Enc No 00 UnIon Veteran Leglon and prominently identified with many othe great labor protcctlvB a=OCutlol13 tn ChIcago and New York and Secretary of one of the ellyIWithin a short perIod he hu been perk suaded to try Perona and his present healthy condition la attributed to his jadiclou use of that great remedy Washington climate fa notoriously bad fOr kidney and liver troubles yet by a judicious use of the remedy he Is now quite cured and in excellent physical condition This brief statement of fact without exaggeration orhyperboleappeara to tell the whole Itory whlcb t e Perun Com Porter Judges C p Amos Clerk T C Ptnle Sheriff COOL SPRINGSH 1 ayior J S Ilerryroan Judges J L Kn- Snerllf W p Bennett Clerk Ikeriley Clerk J L Brown Sheriff SOUTH ROCKPORTL A UCl11 iel L Reid Judge John ih Clerki 3farlou- Phegley Judges Ceo W titttlu i Clerk BIrch Shields Sheriff IHORSE BRANCHC S Ru p H j Alford Judges T H Ford Sceriti G J Hoover Clerk I ROSINEC T Edwards It P Lt- i keno Judges H C Crowr Clerk SlierlrrIDUIEmtr Bar nard P E Hoekef JudS W P Thomas Sheriff J W COOSu Clerk WEST BEAVER DAilSam 1 Ee yeas J F Alford Judges Joe Is R rg era Clerk D at Barnes Sherift- DrcHENRYW C Smlti I W Bother JudSe It P itcck SrjtH R Barnard CIerI- CEMTERTOVSU S FIIUl J r Boyd Judges O 3l Blihop CIrlt Al via Rowe Sherif- fSmalhous3 P Maddox Sa1J1 = or ton Judges Cla Orerton SlrU GlInt Iglfheart Clerk EAST roRDSVILLEDfofo Frilly R F Wallace Judgotl Ekzer Mitcuel Clerk CE Ford Sheriff WEST FOtW3VILLETolD Keo 1D r It Baize Judges A Headdaon Sheriff J F Darnhlll Clerk AETNAViLLEE H oru Joe Ruoailli JUdges S L Phillips Clerk J Jlarlon Wade Sheriff SHREVET J WbUtlngiilI Mack Clough Judges C E Pollard Sheriff T E Duller Clefk- OLATOyHit C flyers J D Cook soy Judges N n White Clerk G E Mngan Sherif- fIiUFORDJohn Balr 1VSI se Judges E C Baird SherIff J D Iiolbrooks Clerk DAnTLmT J H aTls J L- afassle Judges H H Chapman Clerk T C Park Sheriff y- HEFLINN S Condltt S 1 Whit taker Judges W D Hentn Sheriff iJ W Foster Clerk- CERALVOJ II Wood fF Kim ble1 Judges 1 A KImmel Clerk It- E Eudaly Sherlft CondittWClerkbiARjbQWSJ c F Boewell Judges C Carterr Clerk u = Ziii 4wN Li 1ria panyt authorized to use ifit so chooes- belleringastdo that by so doing Ihrlll be for the general good WmBaUey Col C L Patten Col C L Patten 5f1J T St N W Washington DO a Lieutenant In the Old Guard ao exclusive organization composed of soldiers of distinction who I fought In the civil war and a Thirty second degree Mason writes u follows 11 have used Peruna and desire to recOmmend your remedy as sp InvIgor- ating spring tonIc also one of the best remedies that I ever trIed for coughs colds and catarrhal complaInts lion R S Ryan r HODIUSRyannow residing in Some Alaska wu formerly a member of tile English House of Parliament and Sec t n- retsry to the late Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parnell Ills Washington address Is Sew Willard Hotel Washington D C He write3 11 haTe used Pe runs and can reeotnmepd your remedy u a very effective cure for colds and catarrhal complaints lion Thomas Cale Hon Thomas Cale elected to Congress from Alaska is well known on the Pa clfle slope where he has resided His Washington address Is 1312th St S W WashIngton D C He writes Iyscan cheerfully recommend Perun a u a e ry efficient remedy for soughs and colds J T Shultz Sheriff RALPHW R Edge W A Owen Judges J R UdkUf Sheriff J L lutnn Clerk PRE TIs C Dennis W A- Casebfer Judgl O E Scott Clerk Clllrlnce PIrtle Sheriff HERDER VIrgil 381er Giant i 3dalf Judges Otetr Rice Sheriff i Allron Haynes Clerks I ARXOLDJ R Hers J W Ar J nod Jut1jf JM Suultz Clerk li C KlOwn Snerit- fRENDERJi R JarnagIn Claud Raker Judges W 31 Hall SherIff M D Fair Clerk CLEAR RUN Sept 25Toe farmers are very busy tcutJng mid housing tobacco I the oldest son of Rev and ars R E Fuqua was thrown from a iorselast week and broke his arm slaterIrvt agEra Ithe little deer daughter of r and ales McKeiiao liurmy left for Denville last weUnrtstfn il1ier- obe wit enter seLeo- lJirs Willie Cornolisan trod Miss Mary Worth returned to their home at Krmttavilie Friday after to weeks visit to relatives and friends hero and Jdls- sIoueTHoorerwent o Iledu lust Situnlay afternoon Mrs L C Hoover and daughter Can Me of this place utttmded church at Wnsnlngton Suaddy- Mr James Leltur and fandly visit ed Mr Wiife Neweom Sunday HSr Dud Tappan and Cullken or- Hahfon1 visited relatives here few days last week Mr and Mrs A E Stewart of this place visited lIfr Rchard Stewart and family taturduy night and Sunday HOPEWELL 1 Sept 2Mr and Mrs Dick Stownr and family vialted Mr4 1J Russells Saturday alu1 Sunday plcnit3rrs Fltnnfo Dunn and ebJldren are visiting Mr E R WillIams a itiilss Carrie Russell spentSatuid jMissIn Central City Dlr Wm Hamilton or 3rcHenry fishlug ri I xdayIi tttbiIII ri t- a1U v f M a f a- I Ji f itl r n BUSTER S s + w nam 4VIM YV UTHnc wu O4rI I1 HoW CAN A MoTHER EXPECT HER CHILDREN To BEHAVE WELt AND WIsH To APPEAR WELL SHE HERsELf SETS THEM A GooD EX AMPLE GooD DRESS INFLUENCES oTHERS AND INfLUENCEs oNES SELf oUR fALL AND WIN TER SToCK of WEAR ABLES foR WoMEN IS NoW oPENED UP WE SHALL BE GLAD To HAVE YoU CoME AND sEE oUR BEAUTIfUL WRAPS AND SUITS oUR NEW MATERIALs AND TRIMMINGS To MAKE CLoTHES FROMoUR EVERYTHING THAT WoMEN WILL WEAR THIS CdMING fALL AND WINTER WE PUT fAIR PRICES ON oUR GooDS AT THE BEGINNING or THE SEASoN MAY WE NoT HAVE A CALL fRoM YoU WE SHOW THE J BIGGEST LINE or WooLEN DRESS GooDs WASH GooDS AND LADIES FURNISHINGS IN oUR PRETTY NEW STYLES IN fALL HEADGEAR ARE oN DISPLAY YoU- t WISH To sEE WHAT THE NEW THINGS ARE Do YoU NoT THEN coME To oUR SToRE LADIEs READYToWEAR HATs 50 CENTS To 3OO STYLIsHLY TRIMMED HATsTHE VERY KIND YoU WANT AT THE VERY LoWEsT PRICES CoME To HEADQUARTERs w 1iartfoPd Repuhlicatt FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 Ilinois Central RallroadTlmeI Table NortheHiusud MuelhM4stall- NoU2 tllI 405 n m SoI 1 tllIII31 1- 11NoI2IIII IIJ nm NollIlln 240 p Iii No 102dne4Aw No lt1 dtis Rt III You Must Dave it Right Your prescription must be right Yini have your C o med cine pure Your health even your lifer may depend upon it lesuccess of your doctors trecLtmenLrests upon the druggistIWe are responsibility We guar anteq accuracy of qu lit 1IAICE us YOUR IRYGGIST HARTFORD DRUG G0 Incorporated Fresh Oysters pt City Restaurant cnrIson ITypewriter I Car1on clui be had at J thlsoffico S If tt Is choice fresh groceries you want go direct toU s arSons j Foy H J Hlnza purecidar vinegar i 4 calfon USCarson 10 yearn old t I t 1 Now Suite Now Hate New Shoes s 1 and now Neckties at Carson Cos I 1d r John H Thomas NarrowltcaU edto see us I1ile In town yesterday For leA practically Dew ogul t f lo wn A A 1art10f 1t3 att- I f1 ri ftKieox iavlaiUngher t 1 dMgliter Ms Faank GoodlnOharles tMo flT a ill 7 tu i z 11t4 RESOLVEDI EVERYOTHER WELLroIk iMPRESSIONON I BROWN j UNLEss CARRIED HARTFORD Every taste and every purse tinds COIheaping moneys north j CARSON co Jerome Allen Coram HarLCold It F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters concord any hour ltC Would like to rent two furnished rooms for light mouse keeping Address Box 375 HartfordJ Ky 2tf- Mrs J F Vickers Is attending taw Stnto Convention of thu Christian church nt Hopktnsvlllo this week Schroeters Studio over ReI I publican office I Mr John 1 Mooreut5mer of tow Bank of Hartford attended the Stuh I hankers swclatlou lit Lexington this week Mr J Ney Fostet assistant editor of tile CnttleltsbUlg Tribune Is nt home for a weeks vacation with his mother and slsler- Mr Hurr Ollaunon who Brent to Central city n few days ago on busl j tress Is Ill tnero and Mars Onaunon rims Bono to Ills hedsid- eWhntedRellabio I energetic nyin to sell lubericatiig oils kfoases and paint In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission Yours very truly i STETSON OIL CO- I Cleveland OhioI I reaching at heaver Dam Methodist church 11axt Sunday morning and evening by tIle pastor This is the ilnst allilohitmeut for the Conference year tntd It Is looped there wall be- n lull attondnnceIyrhoresidence of Joseph Westerfield ope mile from Dundee was destroyed by lire Tuesday night Origin of tho tire Is unknown The losss on house a d contents Is about 1200 with G9O lnsuranco FQR SAIE Two farms one acres good hill land well watered 3Q sores Ire good Umber good dwelling and out bUilding thqsamo being the farm J now lave on Th6 other 68 acres hill land with 3Qacresln good timber no buildings S S AcTPN Narrows KRn 2 18t4- Messrs J iiWilliams Janie- sSandorfurantR 1D Walker attended the Grand LodgeKnll1sol Pythias- at ton this week as fepresen- tatives from Rough River Lodge No 110 They were also present at tlll opening ot theWldowe and Orphan Home at that place last Sunday r ft Iwni ytiy15c 6r eggs untlltui thei notice t i r JAMES LYONS Attorney sAAndcrson who has been sicktortwo aerlts Is not ini- lroved i Mr raylor nartIJy wife and child ol Romney Ind who have been visit- Ing relatives In Hnrtfejd1nve returner 1101110lSunday Schools sliould not forget to send delegates to the Stato Con ventioint Newport Ky October 811 Reduced rates and free entrrtainmeut We are paying 1Ge per dozen for Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted t nt the highest prices tt SCUnOADER CO Mr II H Ca gal and Miss MIar- y1ernon1 both from IndllJl1it were marred Veduesday ufternooVUt rho- Itaptist lIafonogc II UV N F Junes Messrs J W Senderlur Nd Creel and L M Sanderfur Horton have gone to Hot Sllrlngs Arkansas for the benefit of Itauir health They wit be gone two months Mr Ed C ileio and Mrs Sarah A Patterson both of Broadway Miners were married ot ape County Court Clorks office Wednesday afternoon Rev N F loves officiating Estrayed from HartfordOno bay horse mule about 14 12 hands high had breaststrnps buggy harness on when last seen Finder will be rewarded by notifyingIW M GRISSOM Central City Ky Tutephone to E M Glslls Store Next Sunday Is Temperance Sun day and lion E t Woodward Coun- tyi Attorney wl1 In n short talk answer the question How the Sunday School may assist In onforclllg the pro hlbUlun law Come out and hearhinr at Hartford Baptist Church at 945 a ntIn this Issue will be found Ira announcement of John M Graham for Magistrate In the third Maglslollal Dis- irlet wheat Is composed of Sulphur Springs Mfagni Narrows and Ohttol- prectuets 11ir Graham served n term some years ago ns a member ol the Fiscal Court und made a splendid ru cord If nominated iro will bo elected aud will mgho JL faithful and efficient otlice- rItovVirgil JoJISulheel his last sernrons far tJ10 cunfurencu year lut the lletnodist church last Sunday nrurning and evelag Ho WitS greiutt- by splendid iudhllItt Qod delivered two eloquent Bern uIi which were enjoyed by ltl uue lull ILalli teem Rev Elgin nits mullo II faithful pastor during the past year anti Is 11- 0pular with nil of his members An expressed desire fur his return Is heard upon fll sldellTho nnnyal con ference will meet Sept 30th nt Ow enshoro wen bishop E R Hendrix presiding Jim Goingto Wed Tames Juclceon known to his host of friends at Jack Jlllltion wo has been to the city for tile past week go ting the Pryor 1l1JlI till Burley uu the night rider liacllll boiled out of Ills system leaves thlll afternoon for UawIBlle orl tllO Ohio und nnotwr try nt the bNlutf11 bell of Stanley Jack says n0 feels out nI again tlhe joy of Irving surftiro thrnbbiug or rich red blood In his veins and guts hack to ila native 1caatfully resolved to sell more firottlorks and cab ibage than tray of the boys traveling out of owAusboro Tire date or the wedding illlt not bern officially announced Litthot Springs Buletln Prompt Settlement The following letter freau Mr Juhll fJ1l11lrl1 Frelll ula ly Is auotltCl proof ol the gad standing and saunl basis ol tho order ot The Radios uf tree raccabees of tbo World Mrs ihllyard formerly MitesCtssie Riley- eras a member cr Sunshine Hive X 12 Hartford Iy carried a irollcy and for ttito hundred mh dallrsin this ortlor which amount was lraid- 115irty days after death r Fredana Ky Sept 18 190B Mrs LuLa KPcnellcton lteoord Keeper Suntlhino Hive No 42 Hartford Ky Dear MadmnIieg to acknowledge receipt d draft QII Port IlIutvn Office In settlernott for my- wifes puucy ulJ L O T 3t orde- rIou t do chJnolIll1 1dld ts1 in so executing ablove claim Ybr l thanks Yours respectfully JOAN E HILLYARD In MemOry Mrs Millie Hoovc or Aunt Mil lie us she was called lepurted this- Iite on Sept 18th 1908 after J1 long- suffering Illness Sire bore her sufferings Well nnd heft alleasatit consolation behind that she was golug home to rest With Cod ja peace Sl1e was sovcnty = ono years and tor months old at her death Sbowns known throughput this countryys a kind ana roving old lady We laid her to rest lit Old Barnett Creek eemetery in the presence or a large crowd of re1- 1t1ve8 aid friends who mourn her 4- jI a sad IlellOrtm and who will nilss her givesntidill she is dune wilt herlroubles and Iii nil vttrotliril a dazzling throne All thllt loving hands could do was done for her but It was her time to go Tier chair Is vacant and her face wll never moru be reon on lClrt but we kflnwtnt we cn meet Aar MII lie on the other snore A Frien- dPARL HOOVER Valuable Farm for Sale Twn huudred acres part lJn on good house and burn nun Ihuly of good water muss farm Is I mile- scast of Crurntvh anal Is known nt tJo Coo R Xortiii Calm For hither Information call on or OdellcHI mo lit hlnrfford Ky It B MAitTiN- WHITESVILLE I Sept 22 Quisu a crowd frorii here at- tmtlud foul yvasbing at Little Zion last Sunday evening Miss Nettle RIIIlIh is visiting her t sister Mlsa C A Kelley Uris week Mr P H liuffys nephew front refund Is visiting his uncle The ICQ creamr supper given by the School Improvement League Saturday night was largely attended und a grand success Mr Toni Ilobbarts niece from Ow ensbmu is visiting hint this week ijorn to Mr anti Mrs Cnarles Wlnr salt s11 and Mrs J W Kuown Mir and Mis Cannes D 1tarnier OUCH U- fino glllcl tutdto Mtr trite 5ia5 fUll Greor Il large hurt Dr o W Edge attpnelillt physiclnu- Mllss gllllull Hugs and tis LllaI Cecil jtLIIIlwd recently from Luulsvil e wnuru hey nave been purchasing traelr tall stout oClIIlIIhll1r- oh C Millers 10000 dollar house islrenr11rg conpletion- Mr W Dulls Is rflllell finish sloiIu I is conqleted over half way and they are still rapid lit work o1 it fly Deathl of Mrs Cok man Mrs ATlIIa Coonran died Ilt Ill near Prentis erhtustlny night after II long illness She leaves a I husband and bCornl children to mourn her lUSH hhu funeral fCIhS and burin tookpluce nt Pretntis cemetery Iyesturday Mrs Coleman is a sister our tonlll1l1l1 Itev 0 u- Saultz iii Iris I il syuuiara y uf 111- 1hlsl mart friends iii his sad bereave nreht inci lVSept 2Rev J W Love ruled his 11IIllllolntuwnt burr Friday Elliot arid tlaugulc Muss Idtllo uf St Lunis 110 will itllve been visiting tit family of Jr wocliIdart visited relatives near here Sunday Mis 111 McCouuel is in Central City thiS week BankruptcyIin Uilltetl oC- I Kentucky pwmulJolo division Jtt ono matter of T It Alhiu Sorts bakruptsOn 2tI tiny of SIJltellllJet A 4 n 1I08 on considering till petition of It e aforesaid bit ikrupts for diseitaige- Ifiicd on till 1Itlt day of Slltelllhlr fins It Is ordered IIY tire court tit1tt a Iloalllig be hurl upon thu sttlne- or t o lothdnyuf OctohecA D IJU- Sblulo said court lit IOIIIIIlIklu Lid IUIIIIjct atO ocluck to till futrnoa- or Its near tiloreto its prsetlcablu nun Iilt notice tolonf bu pubished trio tnre in Hartford Reublican a JIfWz- Plll r printed in 51111 dish ict and trat all known eeoriitors and Ill or per SOl101 In interest may ntppear lit sand Ihut and IInCIJ uuti sr ow cure If any Uey have wiry the prager of suill lit tltlor sboultl riot hu granted- Vbnoes U1e Ilonorablo Vutcr Ev- rms Judge of said Cuurt and ti U sill tl1Ilot lit OwuufilJlJl In said district tn tae 23rd day of S p3mbur D IfOS A G RONALD Clerk Aitenfinn Companyll whoTarerequirtd to rssentblo nt the armory next Saturday oonllll Sept 26th IDOS I at seven P m rite question of tbetn- er or not this Ilotachlllcllt will attend the State Encampment will bo decided on this evening ERNEST WOODWARD 1st Lieut 3rd a- ftixOtxACA SBeta the You Hare Aluas Bough Slgcstare ct fBEAVER DAM Sept 23Rev A D Gardner till ed his reJUar nllllointment here Sun day nnorblng and night Mr R L Barges formerly of this county but now in tl Goverlment so vice In Washington D C Is spending a few days withfriendaud relatIves ip town Born to Mr aid Mrs Z W Mitchel on thc22nda tin 1312 pound boy plother and child doing nicely her1E Williams who has been on the sick hisj a few days Is back at A J r IGet in Line IBuy that promis 2ng young yours ofour Perfection Suits made right wear right and look right Cloth ingmade strictly for boys by people whoIe make it business For the Little Ladies Or is it a Girl Then buy from us some of the many new patterns for a New Dress or a new Hat Speaking of Hats we have a special school Girls Hat something new and snappy = price 50 cents New Fall Millinery Is now in order Styles are noveland pretty A variety of the newest crea tions right up the minute in style and finish Visit us for your needs EaJltDard Cc- HARTFORI7 iThe Square Deal Method uponISQUARE are no oldftLshioned They are mOtielu scientific mercantile principles No merchant can afford to practice deception You cannot all the people all the time Unfair dealing is folly We cannot sell tol a new set of customers every day i so we cannot afford to lose even one by taking advantage of him in any war We expect to hold continue to build up our trade iy treating it right in mutters of qualityand i prices llIale dealing We keep our promises guarantee sati tctirltl If have complaint to make dOft wait until tomorrow Make it today It can only jbe adjusted tat lilctorily while it is fresh in our minds Uenie to us buy what you want We see that you get what you buy Yours lue a square deal LYONSlP his place of business Mr Jnu H Bathes is attending tit hankers Convention at Lexington ti1s week Prof C C Jnsils attended the hut 11IM 1 Maddox filled his place in ttschool Mr Ilownrd lentlOO8t who has been manager of tie Cumberland Tellphou and Telegraph Co at thIs placo for the last year luau resigned his position nun will he sUlCIQdld by fir Swift ol averly Tenn Mr Ponti cost during his stay has made manyI friends and tho patrons of tile Telephone very much to see him leave He goes to his home In Hun dorson where he will probably take u the profession of laW Miss Arizona Taylor of rorgantow spent last week with the family o- tMrJ C Ragland Mr 0 Stevens and wire and Mr Le Stevens and wife returned Monday from Louisville where they had been visiting for several days and Ing the State Fair Miss Williams returned Isom Sunday nlght alter an extended 1st man of one to fit to to a to tool and and tuld you any und will regret attend Bessie through Illinois Ohio and Mo Sho- anti been gone about 3 months Mrs Laura A Airstht Is at the bedside of her sided MrsL U Bean at IUartfOrdMr P Taylor the loslmashn at line added new fixtures to the post office consisting oJ Jl large number of steel lockboxes which make t the post office look considerably but terMr Morton Williams wllo hints botJh assistant Post Muster at this place for the past three yetis will leave In a j- n few days for Milwaukee where lie has responsible position with tiro Inter national Harvester Company a For Sale One double sawmill rig Dremens make log carriage 34 It long two circular saws one 52 Inches and ono turnonoand everything that It takes to makeup a first class rig Jf you want to go Into the saw mill business como and see this sawmill before buying It Is first class In every particular RENFROW DEANII Y 9U Dundee Ky- PROTEST fROM LABOR Kind of Letters Unions Are Send ing Mr Gompers DISTRUST PARTY OF BRYAN 4Camden Central Labor Union Ho d t the Democracy Responsible For De plorable Condition of Workers In the Southern State At the regular semimonthly meeting I ot the Camden N J Central Labor union held Aug 18 1008 n communica I tion from national headquarters wns f received In which the work of the n- tional a convention of the domlnnnt parties was set forth and commented upon The letter closed with an a peal to stand faithfully by our t friends oppose and defeat our ene t mies Accompanying this commun- cation l was a request for a contribu- f tlon to help make It possible to Wage a successful campaign for the estnb llshing of labors rights The matte was disposed of by the secretary beta Instructed to forward to the nntlouul office the following letter Camden N J Aug 19 INS v Samuel Oompers Esq PresIdent ot the AmerIcan Federation ot Labor w4 Dear Sir and BrotherWe beg to ac knowledge the rccelpl ot an address le thi ot Aug 1 AccompanyIng this III an appeal for funds to carry out the political programme set forth In the address In which you call upon the workers ot ou common country to stand talthrully b y our friends We hereby return to Lot thinrxenemIes bu for the reason that we tall to agree wllp as to who are our friends an 1who uru our enemies You claim to be- lIever I the Democratic party to be trlendly to labor because at Its last national con I thingsIt thicampaignThebelieve they have sufficient Intelligence t designate who are the friends or labo and who are Its es We toke no atoc- I k In any parts promises made just prior I to election when we have the record ofT that party to guide and direct us WA i refuse to believe that any political part that has a continuous record for permitting the most degrading farms or labo jurisdictloiswhen It comes Into possession ot the nn- tional j government labor has found tho tyrannicalInare welo believe It will do better when It has still greater power to In the southern states where Bryan Dmoliracy has been In the saddle for where It dominates every office from the highest to the lowest are the place to get the parts record In Its relation 111 the working class Let us judge It IIwhat It has done and Is now doing In places where It Is In power and not h any promises It may make to gain our Votes The rule or the Democratic party In the south has produced conditions Ihat rival the worst In the world In the tuc tortes over which they have legislative control we find wages the lowest lhn hours the longest and child lobar Ihn severest Only under Democratic rule d we find peonage and convict labor farmed out by the state with thousands ot men and boys working with boll and challl sentenced there by a Democratic omclal vagrancyNowherethe misery or the worker w hopeless o- y r his poverty so degrading ItS slates ruled by the Democratic parI+ Mr Compersshow can you ask tho to support any party with 1 such a damnable rrr Are you tlO piqued because the Itepuhlienn national convention handed you a lemon that In order to defeat its elllldlals you would foist Into power a pollllcal party that trthe past fifty years has never had the manhood to raise Its voice In protest against any Injustice or indignity suffered by the working class The rule ot the Democratic party whenever in power has been most tyrannous and degrading In labor tpon what line or reason should the working clues help a party that has never missed nn opportunity to opprvss it- William Jennings Itryan nil the ctundI and bearer you ask us to support has never dono anything to merit our votes There has never yet occurred a crime to labor or sulllclent magnitude to induce him to protest Mr Oomlers the working claM ennnt trust a man to be high In power who Is not bravo enough to assert his bullet In the Innocence or men persecuted by parties who furnish the sinews ot war to carryon his campaign At no time has 1 Mr Bryan squarely faced the enemy or the working class and denounced their crimes lie has beheld the tragedies that have befallen labor with stony eyes und a- muzzlni Jaw When Iaclln town struck against a re ductlon or wages to 640 tram 70 plri1 week no Democratic politician ralsed Voice In protest What the working cllls has suffered In the last few yearn for 1111 sake ot prlnllplUlwoull1 stir the hart oti i Washington auntunnt It it hud ooe yet 1 throughout it nil Bryan who stnnds as y the champion or labor because he ndes- f our support has hen ns silent as Gtu- b tomb It labors friends are to be found In the Democratic party labor would hay no problem to solve and nothing to cotuplaln- of In states controlled by the Democratic party The fact thdt the worst blows today receiving calm from ttocrnticInbruna and by persona high up In the national councils or the fJlmOtnlla party Is conclusive proof that the work log class has nothing to gain by support- Ing the part or Its candidates JJee press nnd fieo speech the bnlwart- of the workers path to B better condItion I have time and again been attnchwl and never once lute any prominent Democrntl paper or party lender rall1 II v r protest Our friends are they who stands by us continuously and are ever wlllag + to tight our battles Whenever tr s unionism Is attacked it is not the Demo cratle party or press that emnes to our assistance but the party and press ot lour class It labor owes any allegiance to n political party It is certainly to n party composed or and guided our class and not to one In which lahorII exploiters cQngregate and labors enemies control however much they may promise + In order to secure our support It Is time yforIai or to awaken to the necessIty ot action but In doing so let It takesno backward step or makd any moves Respectfully yours CAMDEN CENTRAl LABOR UNIONsR M Hartmanf PresidentSW T LORJNO Secretary The sending of this letter was an- thorized by an almost unanlmous vote 1 There was ono dissenting voice and two members not votingCamden L Dally Courier Aug W- v frs r4 u I JjJtiir ARMIIBear AnalysllIThe apologetic Democrat who want 8waljios us ency that Mr Bryan cad tlo no 1mr1 I even If he Js elected It Is time thut this statement was met and smashes I Mr Bryan It elected could anti would tlO n great deal of harm in so muns ways that It Is almost impossible to enumerate them In the Ilrat plllce III would have un opportunity during his j term to puck the supreme court nut I no one doubts that he would s0 IlOrk It that the confidence or the Ainricui people la Its greatest Institution woulll I be lost or severely shuttered Mr Bryan would appoint n cabins from his friends and not from his en miss and It oust be admitted that the lJest men III too Democratic IlIlrt N pnot close friends or air UrJlIn 11 would appoint judges and district ut torneys throughout the country who would carry out his designs ns tar as j possible but the greatest harm of that could come upon the alii through the election of air would be the loss ot confidence In l3nnj stugna1Iand remain for tour years lit least There Is no mel Rurlllg tiffs blight that would crone to our nation through I the election of Wlllinm J Bryan WI endured It from 18113 to 18JG under a Democratic president of far Rountleri views nllll touch more stable chnrac ter than the present Democratic C lllllldate for president Mr Bryan weather vane would bo a great sac teas but as It president lie wouill not woulIllr centerlItThe town or Wellthotln In still enforces nn old Germantl torllldR anyone walllllg In Issuedr t with a lighted clmnr I drinking Ire told soda and mlneljl eaters because of time injury they are IlIkcly to Indict on the digestive organs rasa 1IlIl1ed N1edLand at Marburg I widowerntel She llled lust spring and now he has mltrrllll the mother or his two pre Ious wives lOne of the effects of the German old age penslot scheme Is rather peculiar The peuslou Is forfeited It the work Wan dots not work fortyelght or forty mine weeks out of the flfttwo on 1111- average and this provlalon has been a deterrent tp strikes BEES DofiRAET I j DAMAGE TO LIVE STOCK Sting to Death 200 Worth of Dogs and 50 Worth Of Pigs- iLell Strader lives In the Eagle Moult tail bakcwoOlIH in Sullivan County PellnllInnlll lie has IIlwlI1I kepi c several skips of bees In Ids nlda numlJlr of valuable hunting doles IInti pigsi not far from bees There had never been any trouble or sign o trouble between the been and time dogs or pigs so what caused them to tuke offense and pitch Into one of ate dos the other day nobody knows The bees of one hive came out Inn body nut attached the dog coClng him completely not soon tlnglng him to death the dog was chained 1 Iltlll konncl timid whun SUHIel attempt cmi to smile hll1l till bees turned uit Hint so tiff its had to fee to eticnll- etillm aogIscented to arouso the Ire of the Lee Iin the other hive and one swarm after another cattle out nndJolncd In time at tack on the dogs untll efch one was covered lIy the furious Bisects One of the doge broke his chain amid coV crud wltl1 bees ran to u creel near by j Into which he quickly smraitg This drove tine bees from him and thiS dog was the ony one that escaped with his life- Time bees seemed to have started out with the Intention of cleaning out the wholo establishment for after their work at the dog kenos they turned their attention to the pigs There were two old togs In ono pen and n nnotherIWhenwere to bury themselves In the straw and litter or thepen which saved their lives for tile old hogs wero stung to deathtThe bees hovered about In nn angry mood long after their work Ilt the pig pons and then all but ono swarm ailed away to the woods Tile ono Swarm returned to Its hive and soon down to Us peaceful work however eating somewhat yen geful as the bees hadkflled for him E208 worth or dogs andt30 worth of hogs turned the fumes of sulphur Into the hive and sent those bees along to join mho dead dogs arid hogs S iT j 4 0 1i iJ 1r = MOTOR RACING IS KILLING ITSELF Most Fearless of Drivers DICiar Useuless Sporty London Sept 6Motor racing Is killing Itself all 1Y K Vanderbilt ila perttkll rlj1ht to have done e with ISo sold to the world correspondent todaySelwyn Francis Edge one o the most famous ns he Is one of the drglverrvs u mon who has won the Gordon lien null cup and countless other RGophte by driving a motor car tast as the windfar aster 1Auto racing instead of being lhe greatest sport In the world le lIelns destroyed by the senseless craze for the high speed a craze that Is n0 only terribly dangerous but absolutely useless Edge continued Natural Ily the terrific speed developed of munteuImotortsis tl wealthy men can keep and rlllO the high cars that race nowadays And lIvery wealth much if they have cuiy our not highly enthusiastic taking u usetss risk of breaking fistb3 necks TIIlY excuse themselves outIlIudIso110Weugints A speed of 60 nines IIn hou Is enough for al purposes surely 1 tests time stablllty or the car the strength of the tires and the nerve and resources of the driver nut I suppose Edge concluded that there will always be a fet speed nmuniacs who will lmavo oars o higher speed and higher power built Fur my part I think there Is scarce y It until to the bleed attainable If sonic ut111tonniro were to lay n 50111 rubber track I believe cars wit II iron tires woulll lJo driven over It nt It sliced or 200 mites even of 300 udes nn flou- rlnysfclans say that no drive could stmHl rushing through the all lit this terrific peace that uo numln lungs could endure thestrul I be Ileve mat It would conu liS easy and natural to n mil Has to gradually work till n specdfrom 12 to 20 up to 30 or 40 ntles un hour nut I pray It will never come 1 time motorists of America nnd England will pnly agree to limit the size of their car engines there Is It grea fu ture for auto racing both on the track IIIlll road CA SrtOa Aliens tLeThe KInd You Hare Mwgs Bought BJgllture LLfof For Sale We have about 70 acres ot goo farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from Sunnydalo direct ly on the M H E R It God dwelling npd out buildIngs Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 76 acres at Davldton Station on the Owensboro branch or the I C R R GO acres nne bottom land wlligrow M or SO buslmele corn to acre 16 acre of rolling land very fertile Two flu onithestory and halt IIDwelling South side t lay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents IITakes Diamond From Burglar tcntral City ly 1 burglar olttJllI the home or Shelby Glsh lit midnight and rllusfcll tied house plhd the sllter ware on a table Had tool n IlIanlOnd pin iron under the pillow of Mr GlSIt As the burglar was passing Into the hull with his booty M9ss Nettle Smith a member 10f the family snatched the dlmaond upontherltls escape having the sliver wnro InUlo lard The poltce yere- autntnoned hut no trace of time lIurgar could ho found Miss Smith had been thoughtISheStorage Battery E 9 Atloy II sevenyearoid boy of Russian parentage born In America and living In Iioustol lmaa been dlscov to he a human storage battery ot fearslISURE CURE For All Diseuea- ofSTOMACH LIVER KII rrsIfX- tLR I J u u od freelcelfaced and blueiyed A court ot medical experts electricians and physicians bits dtade rCniarttabl e tests With the boy His stranger W r weed accidently discovered byalltt dl filling which had been put IVon- e tooth The boy picked up the its i connbcld porcelain knob that wa used to connect as olectrfc fan with an electric light wIre and thrust Uln to his month ISs the metal cap tdtlche- j the metal tooth filIng then fan be= gait to revolve and then to huxat full speed A 32cnndle Rower butb was attached to the end of thb wire i and the tight burned brllliahtly- 1Vllen 1 n steel thimble was put on thefendresult was obtained A piece of iro held In the boys hand far n few meats become highly magrietlzed- s hammer with an Iron handle Held In his hands will attract lacks n dls- I tance of Jour ofadbdaw CeetIPlaced on one touching him resolved a dlatlnc- t shock An ordinary flatiron held 1 his hands for ne mllllltes and passed over ten penny minus driven Into herd wood will lull them wIth caseIIsanthll ita Kind You HareIwa ys fI 0 Triumphrneer to be scientists Of humble origin indifferently schooled In the elemen lacy principles of rending and writing at Dayton Ohio they left their local academy to make their living by re pairing bicycles After a while they became Interested In aerial navigation bters derided by mechanics lQoked nt curiously by allenltsts they hays after seven years work convinced the world that what Fulton demonstrate theyfe In the airILong ago moan advanced in the arts of navigation recognized that at some time with coons ever unflagghig per- sistency the invisible waves of th air would be coursed jUbt us the roifm g billows of the ocean make WilY for the 11t1atirol leviathans with the speed of I a railroad trail Arid believing this the world naturally enough has looked to America and Americans to win such I victory That ill a little while I wo shall be able to fly dlstllllceH with safely amid at II stile n minute seems an assured fact I peoft wus an American who gave us the I sewing machiuo an American who thltetIJlJOJ1fsteel building the phonograph tale graphing the submarine cable the linotype time typewriter the klneto scope and the nil brake And It was American money that developed tho wireless transmission of telegrams Now It Is ml Americantwo of them heavierdeaglftnes s case and grace or the ea- gleNervous h Indigestion The action of digestion is controlled b nerves leading to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is de privedof its energy It has no power to do its work If you want per manent relief you must restore this energy DrIMiles Norvine restores givestheform their functions For many years I WAS an acute sufferer at times I was sodespondentSite seemed almost a burden I trIed all kinds ot withlittleananeartmake one more trial which J dId In dnyaiIaged 11t11I80 much that I continued the medicine until I had takenmore than 1iprovedand since m3ke apoint to recommend the medicine and knowingthntreeommendatlonsA yourdruppIst t first will benefit It It falls he will refund your money MileMedical Co ElkhattInd LEOIRII IckJltUfu jrllead atobi aaokalte Dis si- Iidtiltliratleta x MIrJa etcw 1 k Y1w c4 J V k + t 1 DireotoryOho Circuit CourtT FBirlt otid lodge Sen I Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldkllt Ed O Barrase Clerk Flank L ekells Master CommlgsionerY It 2tose ley trultee Jury Fur n D Martins Shentt 1Iarttord Deputies A lfratcher x PoCroWder W C Ashley JW Martin Grant Pollard OhredNovembertwo JudlWWAttorney Hanford Court convenes firat Monday In each month titreMondaytober ruesnday In October StoxteySurveywA SuperlntenenJingo IJUSTICES COURTS II WI Beaver DamMarch Jo Htl11W S Lean DundteMarl1h 27 limo September 26 December 2Z W R Edge oJj1svllJeUarch 281nn 2 September 27 December 23- B S Chamberlain lledaMarch t9 June 25 September 2a December 29 Herbert Render CentertownMarcL 30IJune 30 September 30 December roo HARTFORD POLICE COURT OennCltlAttoreyconvenes second In each month IRELIGIOUS SERVICES IIf E ChUrch tlothllervlcto aecono Sunday In each month at Ita In and praeIiElgin Pastor Saturlayand Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting even Thrsday evening C P ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at n a m and 7 p m ILev Dozarth Pastor iChristion Churchtlervlces every touru at U n mand 7 p m Rev W D Wright Pastor ISchool Trustees lIarttordC M Crowe J s Glenn W R TlnsleyC DI Barnett MayoC liareIfookgr Williams and Lrnest Ellis- niECitET ISUClbTIES- Unrttord Lodge No SW F A Dfa sacIIThoma Secretary everythird RenderIRough RIver Lodge No D0 Knlghtt nightRof It andS- Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M PKecwnord keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L 0 T U Meets first FrIday evening and thlrt MrlEkeeperPreston Morton Post No 4 G A B holds regular meetings Saturday be the first Sunday In each month FI AndenoAdJt I Ohio Tribe No Its Imp Order Ree Men meets second and fourth Wednesday I nights In each mOnth ISaac Foster ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief Records ofI Acme Lodge No 339 I O OFmeets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G D Llkens N G O M Shultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of NatlonalGftlcers C M DARNE1T Pres Hartford IY L N STATTS Vice Pres Trenton III- O D PAULEY Sec Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown Ki I s D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County OtClcersIS L Ky CAL P KEOWN Treas Bartord KyI C E SMITIi Sec Hartford Ky I IIThe Safest and Quickest Way to Transfer Money e IS nY tONG DISTANCE TEtEPHOME t For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Gllmberlaad Tell TeLlu tscoIrosATzpl s 11Yr if- S 1nE I1Mt 1 a tI jo l a rt j G ri I KJI01rJICUIJKNTT U SSMIT- hBARNETG SMITH jTrORNESATLAW HARTliORD KY ul practice thdirprofession mall the courts ot OhIo and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals Special at Mention F von to all business entrusted to their care Collectlons and the Practice or Criminal and Real Estate bullSpeclllitlel Office In Republican lpg FRANK Lf FELI- XAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal 1practice arid Col lecllons a SpcelI1HY Office In the for aid building CHASMCROWELAwY1R HARTFORD KY Will Practice hIs profession In1ll the courts ot Ohio and adjoining and In the Court ot Appeals SpecIal atCmention given to criminal practice and to collections Ottlcd In old Republican building on Center Street JNO B WILSON A9PURNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections Pubafopublic squareR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionsEtc untyQftlcem L11RAvRIN aitxiN11VO11UWAI HEAVRIN WOODWARD G oreus at eaw HARTFORD KY Will practice theIr profession In all time courts pf Ohio county and Court ot Appeals SpecIal attention given criminal practice and collections Office next door to Dank ot Hartford YANCYLM SLEYt ATTORNEY AT LAIV HARTFORD KY Will practice his professIon tn all the Courts ot OhIo and adjoIning counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank w H BARNES s ANDERSOll BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and CQunselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhaveUce of Law In all codrtp State and Federal With offices south side ot MaIn UarttoroKyaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON ThfROCUR pArD DEFENgftSeD4modeJ ire advice how to Gbta a oteots trde toarky COUNTRIESJlxrlnru tim palestPatent Erclusleely HISSWASHINGTON D C tltltlli KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS gsNew FOR PIIICIa FretANDSATIs8A0ToEORu i A- TRADaMARKp esnotie a1Y obitlqtlTHAT rpenie sad Lapyou Wo pces1f O4e eeod oa model pbltoereketck fo fl s f hASSIN z waue suIICFERENCEt rorfitie f iu 503oSyrsthtr i Pl t 4 1S BRYANStATEsthOtRUMHIS Guaranteetpositors of Millions of Dollar- sf IT IS A MONSTROUS INJUSTICE Shown Same Congenital Generosity ThisYearofIropprtyest FlftyCent Dollar electedboJlaldwithotherlatest stoleii Patent for catching voteshis scheme for guaranteeing bankdeposits at the expense of the bankdepositors It Is quite as dishonest as heurgedshakIngfeature however the beingIndlgnantlPeOhile would have been less unjust depositsguaranteemoney would have fallen on all alike apenaltyest management It would rob only withonEeqllentin situatedJUVer mont during the campaign which victory J Hill of Connecticut explained very theliryanHtrous and so utterly obnoxious to thesimplest principles of equity that It hadtheMrlIIIls necticut antI other Now England andfOrllhland the West Mr Hill said ofbanking beIftheWllllnmsUred Into law In accordance with theplatform pledges of the party eightyNational totnl capital of JlO IIOOuU and deposits 57859020Sevena totul capital of 2 180000 und deposits 8633125Twentyfive totalJa1 FIs of 19973S24 IIphtcbanks with no savlllgRIhut with positors with if averaging 47487 each and aggregating 250372061 Total deposits for the State 342838031 The loris reJJtheUllteThe assessment of oneeighth of 1 per cent would make 17177967 or somewhat In excess of the 15000Itoo guarantee fund The amount which Connecticut would bo required to pay would be XItlonnl 10793 trust companies 24167 savings banks 320465 What would Connecticut get In re turn for this great sum of 428547 She would have the entire amount of losses to depositors in her tailedI banks last year made good to them How much was that Not one centIHow much the year before Noth ing How much for the last ten years Nothing for National banks nothing for State banks nothing for trust companies and only 3138770 for savings banks so that if this beneficent Bryan plan had been in effect for the last ten years assuming the same average of deposits as last year Connecticut banks would have paid out 4285547 and their dopes itors would have got back 3138770 She would however have had the privilege of helping to make good the losses to the depositors of the speculative banks and stock gambling trust companies of Wall Street and numerous other similar Institutions In other parts of the country Vermont would have paid into the pool last year 90351 and receivedI nothing I have been able have been here to go back but tourIyears in ascertaining her losses positors For that period It was noth ing The amount you would have paid meanwhile would have been 361404The payments for the six New England States for a single annual assessment would be 2604650 This Is ou the basis of the WilliamsBryan bill which requires that the assets of the failed banks shall be first exhaust ed If the HaskellBryan plan of immediate payment had been in opera lion the failure of the Knickerbocker Trust Company and the other failed banks of Greater New York last October with deposits In excess of ono hundred millions would have made necessary an assessment while the panic was in full force of the follow ing sums Maine 1067604 Now Hampshire 742422 Vermont 642106 Massachusetts 8619046 Rhode Island 2257638 Connecticut 1 2498484 Total for New England16627300- Tb experience of the National banking system shows an annual av- iEajoia otonetwen tII th of 1 per I cent for fortytwo years but that was condItionstromthe proposed system Furthermore Nationalbanks thedoubleof these Institutions Excepting one class of banks and taking the whole country East West North and South wouldbeassessment of oneeighth of 1 per cent would be excessive even If it lossesThatNewEnglandplan Is to tax the stockholders of offailedholders In tho New England mutual savings banks The depositors are the bank and tho only dividends which they receive come from interest on their Invested deposits Any as sessment on deposits must therefore Ordinarily thedivIdendthe same localities and less than half throughouttheof the directors of these institutions are rendered without charge They pfthe From Harpers tice of the West and South and ItI probably never entered Into the thoughts of the BryanWilliams men tal combination that in the little State of Connecticut with less than- a million people 539873 of them were proprietors of banks with an average ownership 47487 each and with an aggregate capital of 256372061 To now force upon this country a law by which these hard earned sayings shall be annually whittled down to make good the loss of plungers and speculators anywhere or even to con- trIbute to the soundness of legitimate commercial banks organized for profit In other States would be a crime only equalled by the plan which sprang from the brain of the same financial genius In 1896 to have these deposits paid in dollars worth but fifty cents Under these circumstances and In view of future possibilities my advice to you is to take your savings bankbooks with you to the polls next Tuesday and Just before you vote look over the amount to your credit and decide whether you are prepared by your vote to put yourself a general partnership with an unknown and unlimited liability with all of the banks of the United States result In Indicates that whether the voters of that State took their savings bank books to the polls or not on September 1 they kept those savings well In mind when they gave Bryan and hIs guarantee scheme a smashing blow that points to another 1900 majority In November for the Republican National can- dIdates sound finance and good times If there were no other reason forgiving Bryan his coupdegrace the patent Iniquity of his bank guarantee scheme would be reason enough and far more than enough The very presentation of such a proposal is an offense and Insult to the American people for it assumes National dishonesty and a tendency to Ignore the rights of property which do not ex- Ist in the American character Bryan made a mistake twelve years ago when he took it for that a majority of the people would welcome a chance to cheat their creditors out of fifty cents on the dollar and the outcome will show that he Is equally mistaken now in assuming that his bank guarantee plan will catch the fancy of any large number- of voters It Is certain to be rejecter by intelligent business men and every savings bank depositor should be a volunteer worker against it The only effectual way to dispose of it is by se lecting Taft and Sherman end a Republican Congress r II Io r r1IvL fj U A SlpFlCANT CONTRAST United States Prosper With a Home Market Free Trade England- a Humping Ground For Other Nations For nearly fifty years under Re publican administrations and legisla tion the United States has enjoyed the benefits of a protective tariff ex cepting during the period from 1894 to 1897 when the Free Trade Wilson Gorman law was In operation Dur- Ing the same period In fact since 1846 Great Britain has had a free trade tariff During these years a home market has been built up in the United States with sufficient pur chasing power to consume ninety per cent and more of our manufactures and farm products In the same pe Great Britain has striven to become the workshop of the world and has succeeded in becoming the dump ing ground for the products of other nationsLet see now what has been the result of these two policies on the railroads of these two countries as affected by the wages of the employes and the freight rates The testimony Is that of Mr B F Yoakum one of the leading railroad men of this coun try In a recent Interview he the astounding declaration that madeI thousand million dollars 2t i added to American freight bills if the shippers of tills country were com VeIled to pay the slime rate as the English shippers pay while at the same time the average wages paid to American railroad employes are more than double that paid to those of the same rates of labor In Great Britain To be more specific Mr Yoakum shows that the average wages paid to the railroad employes In Great BrIt- aIn are 301 per year while the freight rate in Great Britain is 234 per ton per mile As compared with this the average wages of the railroad employes of the United States are 642 per year while the freight rate Is seventyfive cents per ton per mile In Great Britain firemen are paid 300 per year In the United States 765 In Great Britain conductors are paid 315 per year in the United States 1155 per year or more than four times as much In Great Britain engine drivers are paid 487 per year while In the Uni ted States they are paid 1359 per year In the United States section hands are paid 423 per year which Is 108 more than conductors are paid in Great Britain and 103 more than locomotive firemen are paid in that country From Manchester to London the distance Is 237 miles and the rate per ton 421 or 186 per mile In the United States the distance from New York to St Louis is 1066 miles and the rate per ton is 4 or thirty eight cents per mile Great Brit- aIn 1 pays tar moving one ton of freight fortythree miles in the Uni ted States 1 pays for moving one ton of freight 132 miles During 19u7 the freight revenue of the Uni ted States was 1826000000 If the United States for that period had paid the English rate for freight the cost would have been four billion more than this or to be exact 5 to operate farms sort to the fiscal policy of Great Brit- aIn KEYNOTES SOUNDED BY GOV HUGHES AT Twelve years ago the Democracy of Tilden and Cleveland was overthrown In its own house Under the old name but with a new alignment and leadership a desperate assault was made upon the credit of tho country and the Integrity of private debts Governor at Youngstown Ohio Mr Bryan insists on an overthrow the entire system of protection thus threatening the dislocation of trade and the most serious disturb ance of industry lie seeks not tariff THE COAT OF MANY COLORS Colonel Watteroon Writes With the Zeal of a Now Convert But Ills Matchless Pen Merely Accentuates the Chameleonlike Characteristics the Dem ocraUc Candidate alwaysthoughbitterness is called for Is busily devoting the masterly powers of his MrBryanfection burns for the present with a otthepermitted him to awtd knowing the adjuration Save save 0 save me Nevertheloss role to the undisguised delight of a grinning gallery while the prophet at Lincoln grits grating teeth and wonders whether the KentuckIan has ever been completely reconciled to the nominee who supplanted the man with a moustache Mr Dryan Is an oldtime Demo crat of the school of Jefferson and Jackson and Tilden though his coat may seem of many colors chants Colonel Watterson In Impassioned numbers Nay Is not seems he might quote in answer to himself but he doesnt lie merely lets the DIFFICULT SUBJECT HYPNOTIST BY J CORY Weekly InstrumcutaljtI peoPle1The of Into The Vermont granted nod In continue tariffor Hughes of revolutlonGovi declaration stand as It is holding up his chiefs harlequin coat for the de rision of the country Yet as a good friend for the time being of Mr Bryan Colonel Watter son here has an opportunity to call attention to one of the Democratic candidates chief characteristics his adaptability his chameleonlike fac ulty of changing the color of his prin ciples to match the time and the com plexion of the particular set of voters whom he happens to be addressing But Colonel Wiitterson lets this op portunity go by and merely leaves us with the coat of ninny colors And the colors are varied to be sure the garment Is radiant with the opulent hues df the rainbow Some of the tints are a bit glaring and crude perhaps but one cant expect everything even from the gifted Ne braskan First we see patches of gleaming white fragments of the Free Silver toga In which the great Tribune of the Peepul first swathed himself when he hurled mixed metaphors at the Chicago convention and stunned the delegates nto handing him No 1 fn es ot his nominations Here and there on the coat of many colors are bloodred patches from the cloak of class hatred which the Democratic candidate has endeavored to foment and to which he has often appealed and again in radiant skyblue the hue of dreams there appear Irregular pieces from that famous Immediate Government Ownership of Rail ways hullabaloo which first aston ished the Democrats in Madison I Square Garden The coat of many colors to which Colonel Watterson calls attention so sympathetically is particularly be coming to Mr Bryan reflecting the mobility of his features and being at once artistic und symbolic OUR COMMERCIAL EXPANSION From the Republican National Plat fqrm Under the administration of the Republican party the foreign commerce of the United States has expe rienced a remarkable growth until It has a present annual valuation of ap proximately 3000000000 and gives employment to a vast amount of labor and capital which would other wise be idle It has inaugurated through the recent visit of the Secretary of State to South America and Mexico a new era of PanAmerican commerce and comity It all that Mr Bryan has favored during tho last twelve years had been enacted Into law we should have been overwhelmed with disaster and would regard it as our chief business In the future to find a way of escape from the meshes of illconsidered legisla tion In which we would have been en tangled Governor Hughes at Youngstown Ohio p TMWE FARMERS DONT SEE IT Cant Discern Why They Should Vote Against Party Which Provides Nearby Market at Greatly Increased Price Not long ago an editorial in the New York World appealed to the farmers of the United States to rally to the support of a party which is pledged to reduce a tariff taxation which the farmer according to the Worlds argument Is forced to pay on everything he buys while getting no benefit from anything he sells This is an old exploded theory which has been so completely discounten anced In the past eleven years of phenomenal prosperity for farmers that the World ought not to resort to its useAmerican farmers are the backbone of protection They know perfectly well what they get out of It When Dryan was beaten In 1896 and Mc touchedII value of a policy which provides a nearby market for their products at greatly Increased prices They had just passed through the dismal tariff reform period of 189397 when valuea of farm products and farmlands in four years shrunk more than I I A FOR THE DRAWN CAMPBELL 713000000Shall YOUNGSTOWN five billion dollars and they were quick to note the changed conditions brought by restored protection In eleven years they have recouped their losses ninny times over mid today they are the real money magnates of the country But the World editorial did ono good thing when It brought out the following response from a New York State farmer To the Editor of the orldI am an Independent In politics I helped elect Cleveland President but I urn nut yet ready to sacrifice a known quantity for an unknown one Dur lug the administration of Cleveland I was compelled to place my butter on the market at ten cents a pound and my pork at five cents a pound without a buyer In both cases Do you wonder I dont want a change Not 1 If we are passing through hard times now with butter at twen tyfive cents a pound and pork at eight cents we farmers dont see It C 1 WALDRON Medusa N Y IQW It anybody Is looking trr R why the farmers of tM tea States are not to vote for Bryan this year thnt reason can be found In this letter of Farmer Waldron of Medusa Five million farmers have equally good reasons- PLATFORM EXTRACTS Our Party Differences In History From the Republican National Platform In history the difference RepublicanIsm currency the other for honest currency the one for free sliver the other for sound money the one for free trade the other for protection the one for the contraction of Amer ican Influence the other for Its expansion the one has been forced to abandon every position taken on the great Issues before the people the other has held and vindicated all Our Party Differences In Experience From the Republican National PlatformIn experience the differ Repuhlcanlsmwhile the other means prosperity ono means low wages the other means high one means doubt and debt the other means confidence and thrift Our Party Differences In Principle From the Republican National PlatformIn principle the difference between Democracy and Republican ism is that one stands for vacillation and timidity In government the other for strength and purpose one stands for obstruction the other for con struction one promises the other performs one finds faifc the other finds work b IT IS NOT FORGOTTEN 1892s Object Lesson on the Beauties of Tariff Reform The People of This Country Will Not Again Listen to the Appeals of a Party That Would Abolish Pro tcctlon to American Labor and Industry Colonel Watterl n still Is bestir JustifyhIsof Mr Bryan In whom he could see no good In 1896 and to whom In 1900 he gave the halfhearted sup port which Is worse In Its effect than frank opposition- In the course of a long article In which he strives once more to convince the readers of his newspaper that there Is nothing strange in his change of attitude he says The CourierJournal and its party are in as close agreement as they were In days when the StarEyed God dess upon her milkwhite steed like the Inspired Maid of Orleans bore the banner of A Tariff For Revenue Only From which It IB to be Inferred that It is Mr Bryans tariff plank which has won over Colonel Walter son Its a far cry from the colonels StarEyed Goddees upon her milk white steed to William Jennings Bryan upon a Missouri gift mule which may be white but Is more like ly to be of tilt gloomy color that Is common to the majority of mtilex However the banner IH aloft again and evidently the banners the thins In Marse Henrys eyes The Inscrip lion has been modified but thou Tariff Revision For Tariff Reduc tion may please him even bettor than Tariff For Revenue Only for the latter declares for at least porno tariff while the new declaration opens the way to reduction to the point of abolition to free trade How Mr Watterson or Mr Bryan or any other presumably sensible man can believe that the people ran be once more deluded Into rallying around such a banner is a question to which the answer Is unimaginable In 1892 they made the blunder of that kind which they hud ample cause and time to regret In the following fur yearsFrom the buslnessdepresslon which ret In when It became known that every effort would be male to shat ter the foundation of the protect ivo system there was not the rapid recovery which Is now In progress front the setback of last year which was due to causes remote from Government policies Conditions were hail In 1893 They were worse in ivil There was no readily perceptible Im provement In 189G Not until lSi6 when the certainty dtlevoped that the Republican party would be returned to control and the protective system would be firmly reestablished dlu recovery begin The people of the United States have not forgotten that costly lesson They will not again listen to the ap peals of a party that would abolish protection for American industries und labor They will entrust the task of tariff revision to the party which will equalize schedules hut maintain the principle of protection IN HARMONY WIT II PROTECTION PRINCIPLES To attempt to regulate a trust by holding a string which will yank off a tariff schedule or let it fly back mi again according to the attitude as sumed by the particular trust at the time being would be tei precipitate n condition of commercial and Indus trial disorder and uncertainty which would aggravate the very evils intend ed to be obliterated Inder a Taft administration the tariff will be revised by protectionists and In ham mon with protection principles Des Moines Capital 1 THE REPriiLICAN INVITATION From the Republican National Pint form Reaffirming our adherence to every Republican doctrine proclaimed since the birth of the party we KO before the country asking the support not only of those who have acted with us heretofore but of all our Eel low citizens who regardless of past political differences unite In the de sire to maintain the policies perpet uate the blessings and make secure the achievements of a greater Amer- Ica TAFT TAFT TAFT t hear a distant Immming front the Southland it in coming From the plantern Mat mansion ami the cabin in hells They have tewed to pick the cotton ami I he peach crop in forgotten Aol in WIt magnolia to tie wind its fragrance yields- For re yelling oh tiieyreyiliinim ami with joyoiw gestures telling How thC mean to vole this mitiinm to the overthrow of graft Anil the glory of the Nation aid triumphant elevation To the 1reniilentiul station lfOlItIof Taft Tuft Tuft In the Weft the canyons rattle to tie loots of stilt illg eattle Aril the cowboys there no longer putt h broncos to their trick Idle hangs the stirrup leather while in lit tIe With considerable excitement they alP talking polities Hut IH not a 11 thooting since the candidate in suiting Every man of every bucinetw trade pro feKsion IlIIldor craft tl lumber Vamps are ringing and the Tnisy tlourtmillH ringing Of the totes the Went ie piling up for Taft Taft Taft Where New Knglnnil orchard olden gleam goldenNow oer the grayAndwill cast the sme straight ticket Wher drop the hoe to rnllat the election day For the leader of the hour and the magic powerThat rake corruption in high placen fore and And standinghonestlyOn the tide of is Taft Taft Taftl Minna Irving in Curwenivillt PL MpunUinfrer 4 l ti4 1 114b ny1- i 1 t h f L Ecc SUPPLEMENT TO THE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky Thursday Sept 2408 FOR THE COUNTRYS GOOD Why the Republican Party Should Be Successful Next November r Dy PERRY F POWERS The Republican party should be uccessful next November because the message that announced Its vIctory to the AmerIcan people would contaIn more of the assurance that would add to national and IndIvidual courago and hope and gladness than could come from any other cause It would be an assurance that would become a happy factor In plans the future dIscussed by the firesIde groups In millIons ot AmerIcan homes and to farm and factory and shop and mine it would come as a forward call In dIrections that have made our counItry unIque for progress among peoples ot the worldIThe success ot the Republican par ty at tho comIng election would bo a AmerlIcanand the standards that hays made the history ot our country and our party splendId that the common obligation of every cItizen to be honest and faIr In all hIs dealings and In all his relations would be enforced from high and low and rIch and poor be cause upon Its enforcement will the very strength and the perpetuity of our Republic depend It would known to all that not a toot of thejpound gaIned by President In his brave contest for Justice right would be conceded or deserted that conscIence and courage In public station and In prIvate life will be held to as cardInal prIncIples and that prtvllego and favoritism will be con tended agaInst as directly opposed to the exIstence and the aspIrations ot a selfJovernlng people The success of the Republican party In November will be fortunate for the AmerIcan people because It will include the election ot WillIam H Taft as President It will place nt the head of theIr Government n man whoso ways and whose work they lcnow a man whom they have tested and trusted and a man whom exper Ience recommends and pleads for The election of William n Taft would gIve to our country a leaderof whom It could truly he said that hIs courage and hIs kIndness hIs good sense and hIs good humor have created for hIm a fellowshlll and a friendshIp with every citIzen who for his country wIshes well The success of the Republican party In November Is deserved because It will place James S Sherman In the high position of VicePresident a man who among the leaders of hIs party and hIs country gaIned dIstinc tIon and favor and who as the repre- tentathe of our UnIons greatest State In the councils of the Nation created for hImself the status that led to hIs selection for the second hIghest honor hIs countrymen could give The Republican party should be I successful next November because that success will Include a RepubllI cnn majority In Congress 0 Ing In the movements of a nation will come through question or fear as to what that will do Every vote cast for a Republican candIdate for Congress In any dIstrIct or any section of our common country will be Interpreted as a dIrect appeal In behalf ot the policies and the legislation to whIch that party Is sacredly pledged Jt will be an appeal for af firmative unIted action for larger national and IndIvIdual opportunIty and for further progress In paths that always have led to national safety and national advancement Every vote for a Republican candIdate for Congress will be an appeal In directions that will make for confidence and contentment a call that will gIve Impetus to industry and encourage ment to those who honestly plan and toll and strIve In any field of action under the flag we love The success ot the Republican par ty In November will Insure adherence to the AmerIcan protective tariff pol- Icy whIch has done most to make our country what It Is that policy whIch has done more to increase the re wards of labor and to enlarge Its op- portunIties than any other enact went on any statute book beneath the sky The success ot the Relmb- IIcan party wlll provide for a tariff revIsIon that will eek to Improve Its operation and not to prevent It that will seek to enlarge Its benefits anti not to rtlltrlct them and that will have In mInd favor for protection as the policy of a nation and not as the IncIdent of a campaign or subject to the favor and prejudIce of faction and or section The success of the Republican itmownalll Opportunity rather than SocIal bID continue as our national Intent that bare the rIght to earn and to climb and to grow will be hIgher than the strIfe for a dead level o position or possession with whIch contentment could not live that here Is It recognIzed that the wealth and the strength of a nation comes first through Its men and Its women who contentedly regard Its todays and hopefully plan for Its tomorrows who find theIr highest joys In theIr own best accomplishments and hold It to be true that a nation at work at the labor of Its choice Is a nation pro ceedIng towards Its hIghest destiny The success ot the Republican par ty next November will he an approval of Its action In provIdIng for the safety of the toiler at hIs toll of Its enactment for medIation and arbItration tJf Its provIsIons for punIshment and their application to combinations that seek Illegal advantages of Its demand for the children of our country tbe LI prIvileges of theIr childhood and for Its efforts and Its accomplishments that have deserved and have won the K approval of all who have fairly viewed d them Because It would gIve the word to Forward March In all that should r lead and would lead to true progrea and permanent prosperity the Republican party should be successful Yatthe election of November next t I Y 1 5 MR TAFT IS AN ORIGINATOR AND NOT A FOLLOWER Every Stage of ills Career Sig nalized by Important Pioneer Ing in Law or Statecraft FIRST FIXED RIGHTS OF LABOR Decided That a CombInation of Work iugmeu to Raise Wliges or to Ob- taIn Other Advuntnges is Not Contrary to Law First Made Effective Sherman AntlTnl8t Law I Wlllinm II Taft Is an orIgInator a constructive statesman not a follow er lie has InitIative positive convictions and he acts upon them ThIs has been proved by every step In his public career Ile le a natural lead er progressive and altruIstic lie Is anImated by the strongest sense of royalty and the obligations of friend shIp when they do not conflict with duty or what lie thInks and knows Is right No stage of hIs progression from a portfoliopIoneerIngIlls career has been self made As Judge of the SuperIor Court of OhIo he laId down the Interpretation of the law of the secondary boycott or n boycott agaInst a person not a party to the original trade dIspute thejmaterialadvantages byhImbench he for the first tIme made of- fectlve the Sherman antitrust law and showed how It could be success fully Invoked agaInst crImInal combi- rilatlons of corporations Here he ap plied to the suppressIon of an Illegal combination of capital the Identical Principles he had previously been crltlclsed for utilizIng In curbing tile employesWhenof the United States at the age of thlrtthree he won for the United States an all important International decision In the Alaska seal fisherIes dIspute with Great BritaIn lie saved the McKinley tariff 6111 when It was attacked In the courts by absolutely proving the legality of the procedure passageInthe policy of attraction whIch In less thnn a decade reduced the islands and theIr 8000000 of conten peoplesfromselfsustaInIng nation partially self governIng and with the certain pros pect of ultimately attaInIng to com plete autonomy by education and ex perIence In thIs sIngle task alone ofr Taft originated and carried out measures whIch admittedly equal the Englandeolr Taft was at the head and front of our intervention in Cuba rendered necessary by the revolution ot two byhlsstrength or hIs personality Induced the disputing factions not to resIst our troops wIth arms lie devised a provlelonal government and put It Into successful operation Then he took up the task of organizing a per manent government according to the provIsIons of the Cuban Constitution lie succeeded and withIn a few months the Cubans will agaIn be gIv en full control of theIr own affaIrs potentInmaIntaInIngItstary ot War ho became the responsI ble head of the construction of the Panama Canal lie brought hIs tal ents as organIzer and admInIstrator IIltuatlonIwhonthe project Is now assured so much so that Mr Taft has been able to fix approxImatelY a definite date when the work will be completed These are only a few of the thou sand and one tasks that Mr Taft has undertaken and accompllohed some of them In the face of obstacles that seemed Insurmountable And In all Mr raft as one wrIter put It has been seeking only results and not personal glorIfication NOT IN POSITION TO ATTACK Mr Bryan Is estopped by hIs own platform from makIng any poInt agaInst Republican extravagance although he essayed It at the Minne seta State lair It le true hIs platform attempts the poInt and denounces the great and growIng Increase In the number ot office holders Yet the same plat ofinwaterways whose cost would be measured by the hundreds of millIons at least The platform would also load new duties of Inspection etc on the Federal Government and these duties Unp13 more omce holders Mr Bryan is In no posItion person ally to snake hIs poInt He Is on record for Government ownership of the rllllroads n scheme that would Statjs1Whateerthe Republican policy of maIntaInIng a real navy and an army of 60000 men Instead of 26000 Mr Bryan Is welcome to Let hIm go out to the PacIfic Coast and repeat hIs llInnea- polla speech there It Is no Injustice to yin DranlI attractive peroonal qualities to hIs of tectlveness as an orator or hIs skill as a party leader to say that the man who espoused free sliver In 1896 and later declared hIs belief In Govern merit ownership of railroads cannot bo regarded asa safe leader to whom may be confided the great powers of the PresldentGoernor Hughes at Yqungstown OhIo tci l HARtJT PIth r j PHILIPPINES FORTHE FILIPINOS Mr Taft Coined ThIs as a Permanent Motto For his Own GuIdance and That of Other Americans In Civil and Military Life Mr Taft took up the problem In the PhilippInes In characterIstic fashIon as a schoolboy would a slate covered wIth the marks ot fruitless efforts to do a sum He started by wIpIng the slate clean That Is he delivered a statement In such explicit unequIvo cal language that for the first time sInce we went Into the Islands the Filipinos knew precIsely where they stood He saId It was the definIte purpose of the United States to main PhilippInesTherependence We were not goIng to get out The commissIon would not negotiate with men bearIng arms WIth the revolutionIst as such the army would treat The commIssIon was willing and ready to remaIn In the Islands for years or until civil gov ernment was well begun There was a hard and fast promIse that the FilipInos would have as great a part as possIble In the cIvil admInIstration That was the only comfort the FilipI- nos receIved as salve for the unsoft ened blow that came upon them In the shape of the statement that we were In the Islands to stay DIrectly MrIalready saId and brought the FilipI- nos to full appreciation that he meant what he saId A peace banquet had been arranged by Filipino lead ers at whIch It was designed to reIt erate afresh the alleged promises that had been passed to AguInaldo by our military commanders to the effect that we were there to grant Imme diate Independence to the Islands Mr Taft In the name of the commission refused to countenance any such proceedIngs b Its presence and wrote In cancelllnlt the acceptance of the invitation No one havIng any author Ity to speak for the United States has ever saId one word justifying the belief that a protectorate such as thIs speech promIses will be established It Is ImpossIble The discussion of a protectorate as a possIbility Involves a mIsrepresentation whIch may In duce submission to the United States by deceit The members ot the com mIssIon cannot be parties to such misrepresentationsThus the new policy of attraction that was to wIn the Filipinos He cleaned the slate set out the sum afresh In bold plaIn characters and for the solution of It applied rules trIed and untrIed some of whIch worked and others of which byhImsquaredealgrowIng and profound knowledge of what was host for the Filipinos whIch was Infrequently apt to be not what they thought they wanted It was a novel experIence for them They were accustomed to beIng Ig nored or havIng delivered to them promIses whIch were seldom fulfilled and In which they themselves took no stock But here was a man who received them In prIvate or public with the dIstinguIshed courtesy that anotherlistenedto say who let them talk themselves out wIthout suggesting boredom or Impatience who was deft tactful and Indefatigable at seekIng to road theIr hearts to find out what theIr grIev ances were what It was they wanted ImmedIately they conceIved for him the respect the confidence that one always feels toward him who scorns unpleasantbut thePhilippInesInto hIs confidence and was taken Into theIrs All of the consummate executive and admInIstrative genIus whIch he afterward developed and dIsplayed would have been dIscounted halt had he not progressed so farni the start Mr Tart laId down aperma neat motto for his own guidance and f ri j 1 that ot the other AmerIcans In civil and military life as well as for the InspIration and assurance ot the natives It was the PhilippInes for the FilipInos BUCHANANCLEVELANDBRYA DepressIng 1endly Parallel About Two nell1Oratlc AdminIstrations Fathom lope Tint We May Never have Another ExPresIdent Cleveland Is certaInly a most fittIng authority to compare Buchanan and Bryan He and his admInIstration form a connecting link between the precedIng Democratic PresIdent and the Democratic candI date who ould like to be PresIdent The admInIstrations of Buchanan and Cleveland were so sImilar In many respects not only to each other but to what another Democratic admInIstra tion would be that It would be well for every voter to compare a sIngle feature In order that he may decide It- be would like a repetition The following extraCts from two messages should be placed sIde by sIde and read carefully by every thInkIng voter From lrtldtnl flu FrorTPreIdiniClevac- hauan Au n U a t laud tloeelal Sirs l1tunlJ to Cot egrto Congress IIrltol37 ltolll3 With unsurpassed With plenteous plenty in all the lro crops with uclions and all the of remunera elements of natural live production and wealthour manutae manufacture with tares have suspend unusual imitation to Idour public works safe investment end are retarded our pri with satisfactory as vate enterprises of urance to business are enterprise suddenly abandoned and thou financial fear and the sands of useful labor trust have sprung up era are thrown out ofon employment and re merous moneyed in diced to want We litutionl have sus Rendedthe COrpora terial wealth in rich tions and individuals abundance nndet are content to keep moneyUlelecountry in its inon bus to loan is in And loss and failure everttlonOne can well ImagIne tram these two extracts what Mr Bryan would have tQ say to the AmerIcan people should he be elected and with hIm a Democratic House of Representatives to dIsturb the financIal and IndustrIal Interests ot the country We need carry the comparison no further to show that It Is as undesIrable as we hope It Is unattaInable WHAT HAS HE DONE From the Wllllamsport Pa Ga zetteBulletln After all Is saId and done what claIm has William J Bryan upon the people of the United States He has not only been repudIated In two Pres Idential campaIgns but the policIes whIch he then advocated have been shown by the light of experIence to have been wholly vIsIonary Every honest Democrat Is willIng to admit that the election of Bryan In either 1896 or 1900 would have been a national calamity AssumIng that he Is entirely honest In his convIctions why should the people be willing to follow hIm Into new paths when past results show that such a course Is fraught wIth extreme danger The surest way to Judge the future Is by the past Bryans tenets are as fallacIous today as they were a decade ago and hIs election to say the least of It would be a very serIous experiment William H Taft stands for Republican prIncIples which have stood the test of time It has ever been the policy of the party be represents to proceed along safe and conservative lines not to make emergencies but to meet them when they arIse rear lessly and courageously The whole hIstory ot the nepubllcan party for a halt century has been a aerIes of vindication To make a change would be suIcIdal Why should the voter hesitate f trr v MR TAFT AT THE VATICAN Ills Entertaining Account of the Audience Following ills AdroIt Settlement of a Vexatious lhlllJlllnc Problems It is exceedingly dIfficult to Induce Mr Taft to dIscuss In public hIs own part lit any of the deeds of Important statesmanship which lie has accom plashed On hIs last voyage to the OrIent he yielded to numerous re- Quests voIced by those who were measurably familiar wIth the adroIt ness wIth which Mr Taft conducted the delicate busIness ot gaInIng the assent of the Vatican to the cedIng ot the rich lands of the frlllrs so solvIng one ot the most vexatious of the Philippines problems lie told of hIs vIsIt to the Vatican and ot his audIence wIth Pope Leo XIII I had supposed saId Mr Taft that the Pope who was then 92 years old would have met us purely as a mutter of formality and enacted the part of a lay figure Intbe negotia tions To my surprise It was othe wIse When we were ushered Into the papal chamber HIs Holiness re ceIved us standIng He was under average stature extremely bent and or waxen complexIon but exceedIngly QuIck do his movements ChaIrs had been placed for us and to these the Pope motioned us while he seated himself on a dial The Pope listened with the closest attention to an address coverIng the subJect which had been prepared by me and which outlIned the purpose of our vIsIt lie then entered Into a clear concIse dIscussIon ot the mat ter whIch lasted for ten or fifteen mInutes While he vouchsafed no conclusIon or final opInIon he In a general way expressed sympathy with our mIssIon and promIsed to submIt the matter to the congregation of extraordinary JurIsdIction He turned to personal subjects and chatted with us for some time It struck me that he possessed a well defined veIn ot humor For Instance he saId that he heard I had been 111 and carefully scannIng my somewhat heroIc proportions he dryly remarked that my physical appearance gave no IndIcation of the effects of any serIous malady The light In hIs eye keen and scrutinizing hIs expressIon and hIs manner caused It to be bornE In upon one that despIte hIs ago and some what feeble appearance he knew apprecIatedfullyour errand and had a complete grasp ot the matter When he rang the bell to summon an attendant to show readIlyhand and pUlled It so hard that I fully expected It to break My Inability to speak French caused me more regret than It dId when my lack ot knowledge of that language made It ImpossIble for me to converse with the facility Isoeagerly desired with thIs ecclesiastical gentleman and statesman I can not doubt from what I saw of him PopeIntypeheand force an Italian nobleman ot thorough education and a man who ofhisPope In control a Pope who carrIed out the policIes ot the church as he thought they ought to be carrIed out Decorations which the Pope was anxIous to confer upon Mr Taft and sIgnalizethe travelisresenting St Ursula and her virgIns whIch the Pope gave her The country needs a man rock based In sound conviction and funda mental prInciple In whose good Judgment to any dlptculty all may feel se preeminentlyisat oungstown OhIo 1V r G RPAVtITEfl CONst a et- 001EsWTJUMP t V NIGHT FR HONESTY TO ITS OPPOSITE Childish to Assert That This CenSS votive Element Can Be Convertbil to the Iryanltlc Idea t r From the German Heroldat Septe re ber 6 1908fAbout two months ago one of our t- socalled promInent fellow ciUzens took a flyer to Neb to Mr Bryan In order to tell hIm as a spon taneo t s melsengerof would that he Dryan be aim calmdidateBryan would have to resIgn hIs as plraUons In that dIrection Not that Bryan the man were a Presldentla ImpossIbility The man Is unobJec = tlonable lie Is personally QuIte ariv honorable gentleman An excelled husband and father and Granny A dutiful citizen who certaInly take k- a very lively Interest In public affaIrs It was the Bryan Idea the Bryan that our fellow conslc1eretlitbatdeadly Incubus for the party which n our promInent fellow citizentwanted 10 save at any price lore the flyer expense for that trip to Lincoln Neb This same promInent fellow cltI zen has today agaIn called upon Mr Bryan But sInce that first exile dltlon for the rescue of the party anew light has come upon hIm No lon I ger does the of BryanlsUl appear to him as the unavoidable ruin of the party as a abort eight weeks ago On the contrary only under tho sIgn of the Dranltlc Idea will the par ty be led to vIctory On the strength of hIs own and personal observations our prominent fellow cItizen prom Ised to hIs sudden frIend and leader glorIous vIctory for hIm and hIs par ty But more than that he has gIven to Mr Bryan the assurance that the Germans ot the country would al most unanImously support hIm FaIn would we ask Mr Herman RIdder thIs our esteemed fellow ltI zen Say from whence you owe Ihls strange Intelllgenc Prom whence In particular his Intelligence about the character of the German voter Is ho ot that kInd to jump over night from one yirlnciple to Its extreme op- posIte Will the German voter ever believe that to be gold what yesterday or weeks ago lie has rejected as deIpreclated metal SInce that astoundIng change ot soul and sense ot Mr RIdder a great er one that he has spoken tram beyond the grave He whom Mr Rid ders own organ on his bIer has glo- rIfied as the greatest of hIs time und ot future times He whose word for halt a generations time and up to barely eight weeks ago has been a t r gospel for Mr Rldders organ lie whose strong and tenacIous fidelity to prInciple has made hIm many frIends among the Germans Grover Cleveland Still from hIs deathbed he has warned hIs party of Dryanlsm that destructive force whIch has y left of the Democratic party only Its decayIng fragments He who with the prophetic InspIration of the deathbed f predIcted that the country could not tail to elect to tifffce that uprIght faithful man Judge Tart Have all the Germans who have al ways honored Grover Cleveland and I J have followed hIs leadershlpbave they also been converted to the destructive force ot Bryanism 1 And with them all the other German vot ers ot other political creed than that of Grover Cleveland or ofHertnaa RIdder The German vote almost unant mously In support ot Bryan HoVo childIsh Not even the tenth part of Mr RIdders own readers Because the other nInetenths of them have for twentyfour years heard and read the very opposIte of what Mr Ridder would like now to Impose upon them Still less those nInety of each hun dred ot the German voters ot thIs country who have never heard of Mr RIdder nor hIs organ There Is tear on my part of being mIsunderstood In what 1 ain about tm say but surely the faIrmInded man must realize when he consIders my attitude toward my own partyall now a matter of immutable record thaFIt Is prompted by a sense of fleas Personally and officially I have had the opportunity of knowIng many thIngs concernIng Mr Taft that were not a matter of general knowledge and with a keen Interest I watched his large share In the conIduct of our National affairs tn very q y recent years HIs excellence as II Federal Judge In CIncinnati Is some w thing not to be underestimated ort t l overemphasIzed for should he come to the Presidential chaIr the qualities which made hIm a Judge of hIgh ability which I know him to have been will be the most needful to him ax PresIdent ot the United States HIs high Ideals ot honesty and ot relative justice his great capacity for severe 1 labor and his humorous wIsdom In the face of the serIous problem are at trIbutes equallY valuable and commendatory i to a people seekIng hIm In whom they may repose the trust of their collective Interests while they turn theIr Increased attention to their pressIng IndIvIdual demands Grover Cleyelands last word to the s AmerIcan people Mr Bryan says the Democratic platform Is bIndIng as to what Itomits as well as to what It contaIns I He might have added that It Is as slg nlflcant In tile one case as In the fjofcedents of candIdates become theirplatforms 0It may be said that itz the presence of formal written plat i forms the antecedents of candIdates cannot be forgotten Silence Is often + t atYoungstown In the election thIs fall we choose tmustand they may be eloquent of past IwhichItnore but which the nation will do t well to rememberGovernor Hughes fI- aEYoungetown Ohio PI 1 i j Ij L 1r I tI q 4 nHYTAfTSHOULDWIN It fProsperit Repubtitan A RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT Nation 4U IQrowri Rleh And Great Under S undPrlnclpland Wise PollcisslGrand Old Party Da One of Failure Because tho principles and policies the men and measure of the Ilepub Il essential to the pros perlt10tahour peoplo and to the wel fare of our d land the pres- Ident of the United States and all associated with him In authority the congress which formulates the laws for our protection and the courts which construe the laws In accordance with the letter and spirit of our comitt tutlon should be In sympathy with the of the Itcpublcan party whose administrations have made this mighty nation respected and admired wherever governments are known among men The principles of the Republican par ty are the same as were employed by Washington Hamilton and their com patriots Iti the early days of the repub lie They were the guides of Marshall rnd Webster In expounding the na tions organic law They lighted the pathway of Lincoln and Grunt of Me Klnley and Dewey and were the hea- Ons of progress for Roosevelt Taft and their associates In the udmlnlstra five affairs of the nation The strongest argument In favor of continuing the Republican party Iti poweris the record of Its achievements contrasted with that of tha Democrat ic party and Applying reasonable de ductlons to the chief Issues before the people at this time FllRtA revision of the customs tariff to meet changed conditions In trade and Industry In 1883 1SUO and 1807 the Itcpubllc nn party revised the tariff In each Instance success crowned Its labors In 1897 It gave us the present tariff nnd ten years of the most marvelous and universal prosperity the world has ever witnessed was the result The Democratic party revised the tariff In 1894 and the country suffered Industrial awl financial disaster which end ed only with the return of the Repub lican party to power and the reestab lishment of the tariff upon adequately protective lines Nothing ta the language of human experience so eloquently appeals to the confidence of men as the magic word success The tollcles of the Re have been successful The wonderful record of American achievement under Republican admin istrations Is n comfort to the hearts and Inspiration to the hopes of Ameri can freemen The Republican party caiiui Into pow er in 1801 It has maintained the poll cy of protection to home Industries which has been and Is now opposed e the Democratic party The value our farms la 1800 was less than 8 000000000 of our manufacturing plants less than SLOOOOOOOOO In 1000 our farms were valued at 20 000000000 our manufacturing plants in 1005 at 12000000000 The annual value of our farm products Increased 3000000000 The addition of 3000 000 salary and wage earners In man ufacturing plants established under protection with individual yearly Incomes Increased from 290 In 1SOO 590 In 1903 contributed to make home market the best In the world Grateful should n people IMS whom despite their opposition bless tags unnumbered are bestowed southern states of the American 1 rejected the policies of the Republican party In 1801 nnd attempted to set up a government based upon free trade The plan failed In 1800 those states had capital invested In manufacturing to the amount of 108000000 In 1005 they had Invested In manufacturing 1151000000 Tune increase of InvestS ments In manufacturing In those states during five years only ending with 1005 was 47u000000 or four times the value of all manufacturing plants within their borders when time Repub Mcan party arose to power and useful ness In the republic SecondA reorganization of the banking and currency laws to furnish n safe currency for the convenience our people in their dally exchanges The Republican party established the gold standard Instead of ruin pre dieted by the Democratic party wages and prices have risen the former In so much renter ratio that at no time nnywhere would n days labor buy so much of the necessaries and luxuries of life as In the United States today More than 1000000000 In gold In our treasury Is tjio greatest amount held by qliy nation The Republican party save us safe bank notes and provision for additional currency In niergeiiclfs all as good ns gold Tit Democratic Party offered free sliver coinage as a solution of the money question It advocates United States notes It opposed When till Republican party Issued such notes as n means of slvlng the Union TblrdThft making of laws to Insure that rich find powerful corporations shall not tnka trljiuto from smaller producers and consumers that accom panying our Increasing wealth produc tlon there BbalMx a check upon waste oroul natural resources that cngrtaRhalp6til perfect safeguards our iopJe In trig true spirit of liberty restrained law which Is the corner tnslitutlotlsrt Republican r party gave the- plJatlo1 the antitrust laws for the pro etloD tb p Op eagolnst trot or- i rho market plate bycombinatlons ot C t yw A fsf J d J l J r i t t Wylov THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD J 11 I i t I TIMESSTAR CINtt On shames eternal campinggnmnd Their silent tents are spread And Bryan guards with solemn round It The bivouac of the dead 1 I capital It perfected the railway rate lay provided punishment for secret rebating to favored corporations nil 11 secured to nil shlpiwrs equality In rates of transportation Having given us III diiHtrlw which utilize natural rev Koiircoii In adding to the comforts of life the Republican party will enact wise laws to prevent waste of tho e resource With fidelity to the basic principles of the nation unmoved by appeals of lomigogin or clamor for I class legislation the Republican party will safeguard private rights through the professes of the courts to the end that Justice shall remain a shield And protector to every citizen The Democratic party opposed the principles and policies of Washington and Hamilton until the decisions of Marshall tied then securely In the laws and In the hearts and minds of the Americium people It opposed the principles of union for which Lincoln gave his great mind gracious souli It opposed the policies of the Republican party In meeting the issues which grfw out of tint civil anti Spanish American wars In tlnf decisions of the courts stud In the approval of the peo pIe the Republican party has found complete just IlIention purtyrent ore opposed by time Democratic party but the plaudits of the people will again testify to the wisdom unit patriotism of the Republican party when It shall have solved these lend lens In government ax surely It will if Intrusted with that duty Devoted to principles which make for the betterment or our people In their domestic and foreign relations steadfast In support of policies which unl1lr1prooC of ability to administer govern ment In keeping with the best tradi 1tlOll1l of the republic For that reason It should he successful III November ARTHUR J DODGE Washington U 0- Government ownership NeverGovernment regulation 1 Yes with every person and every In terest treated alike A Bryan Shout Protection is robbery shouted the Democratic party Cut out all the protection to American worklugmenl shouts Mr Bryan and euactn tariff for revenue only And then he has rthe monumental gall to turn around and tusk the worklngmen to contribute to the cause Rochester Post Ix press tr ITAFTAND CONSTRUCTIONor BRYAN AND DESTRUCTION Concerning the question of publicity of campaign funds Mr Hryans emi tcntlon that It Is better to make the contributions public before the elec Wo are nottlon seems a sound one sufficiently convinced however that htile vote of the mass of Americans are on the auction block to consider this question of great Importance Phila delphia North American t4 10 There Is no American initltu Lion that Bryan at some time has not desired to destroy rComprehenllve Reply to Bryan The have does had was and wilt ruletnBoston Transcrip- ttMr Taft la an old tins Republican ayk Colonel Watterton head of the Bryan publicity bureau The colonel Ii doing go6d work for the other side t 0 t t i l- r qtr h r- 4rrril rt DISTRUSTS MRIRYAN Letter of an Old Time Democrat to His Son COMPARES TWO CANDIDATES I Demonstrated Ability of Mr Taft Con treated With the Vacillation of the Democratic Leader Progressive Conservatism Versus Radicalism My Dear SonYou are now of age and about to exercise the right of IInt American citizen for the first tllllet Since you appear undecided as totwhich party to oily yourself with and have asked my advice upon this pointI I will Impart to you my own feelings in the matter I I have regarded with Increasing alarm the growing radicalism of theI Democratic party and have long IlueItioned the wisdom of many of Its meas ures and both the sincerity nnd ability of certain of Its leaders I have how ever never hesitated until the present election to give It my unqualified support for while disliking Mr Bryan and heartily disapproving a platform devoted to the free and unlimited coin age of silver as opposed to sound mon ey nnd a gold standard I nevertheless remembered my party loyalty antI vot ed the Democratic ticket For the same reason I voted as I had always done in the election of 1000 though less In sympathy with the Democratic platform than ever before and thor oughly convinced that the humanity of American people would In the long 1the entirely approve time action of a administration In liberat ing Cuba nnd the Philippines from the shackles of Spain In developing their resources und in governing them wisely nnd firmly until such a time as they should be enabled tb stand upon their own feet When in 1001 Mr Parker received enterItulnelll1ely hit upon a man who would unite the conservatism of the old with the progressiveness of a new Democracy You will perhaps recall how bitterly I was r to be disappointed both In the snake shift policy of the party and In the bloodless character of the than After the overwhelming defeat 1001 I gradually awoke to the fact 1 was almost totally out of sympathy with the controlling forces In my pnr ty and begun to feel something of dis gust for the advocates of Populism bimetallism Imperialism and radical ism I am now of the opinion that tho Democratic party cannot bold Its con servatives and Its Socialists at the same time The bonds were bound to break and have done so Keeling the lack of a leader thousands of the moderate wing of the Democratic party have flocked to the Republican standard I have watched whole states become Re publican which had always been stanchiy Democratic This will un doubtedljr be true of Kentucky and Tennessee and I should not be sur prised to see Georgia und Florida fol lowing In thclMead In looking over the platforms of tho two principal parties I have been able to discover so little dissimilarity and hostility In oIl of tie more vital measures that I begin to feel strongly that the ensulngjclectlons will be n question of men rather than of Issues and for this reason advise you to scrutinize the characters and careers of the rcspec live candidates with the greatest care Both are men of the personal character nnd Irreproachable Jn private and lonalqualltes The crucial test la Ib the showing of their quallQ cations for public administration of affairs and In their perception of thetruepubllc interest In the issues of the day Such a test and such a coBaparlflOQ It seers to tree aregreatly I c c t r bklM- I f J lr Lhw in favor of Mr Tnft He hue h 111 large experience In a variety of olllces of trust and authority exhibiting ad mlnlstnulvc ability of a very high orj der In every position to which lu been called Ills rule In the Philip I pines and Cuba excited most favorable comnlent throughout the country Ills superb equipment for the presidents olllcc must appeal to the judgment largo class of more or less Indepnnd ent voters when compared with Mr Bryans entire lack of experience as an administrator mind Ids superabundant endowments us a theorist and n manu facturer of phrases I can never forget that he has been defeated In al most every contest whether national or local Into which he has ever en While the only two Issues distinct product of his own brain si to one silver nnd government ownership of railways have IJIlnI forcibly repudiated the former h American people In the elections of 1800 and 1000 and the latter by the Democratic party Itself Of the two men I am Inclined to regard Mr Taft the broader and less sectional nnd the less Inclined to arouse class hostil 010t11thestayed away front the polls altogether i Recently however I have come tuI consider my duty as an American cit i zen as paramount to mummy obligations that I may owe to my party Though admiring hint personally I really fear Mr Rryan politically and believe It my duty and for the good of the noun try to vote for his opponent You will ask If I am not afraid to let the Republicans stay longer in power A decade ago 1 should have answered Yes but when I reflect upon the pa triode administration of Mr Roosevelt who has ruled as one of the best nnd wisest presidents of our entire his tory nnd when I further retlict upon the great strides which we have mmli in the production of wealth and gen eral prosperity and that under the guidance of the Republican principles the American people have become the richest nation In the world with wealth today exceeding that of Kng laud and all her colonies and that of France nud Germany combined why I I thou 1 am forced to say No If this great prosperity has come to us der Republican rule we can I think then safely trust It in ofllce for toIlesir years more I In consideration of the somewhat DemItresentatives during the past sees there were nevertheless ninny whoIIan some and progressive laws enacted which will prove of great benefit I time country A congress has Ilt need to apologize for lack of work a If i complished which has passed an en ChI gency currency bill appointed a na tional monetary commission mi em I ployers government liability bill 11 Widows pension hill n child labor law for tho District of Columbia a now statute fob the safety of railway en I gineers and firemen and repealed the unfair statute applying the American coastwise laws to tho Philippines I In n word my dear boy much as I regret the necessity I nevertheless feel It my duty to vote the Republican I ticket and sincerely trust that yottwlll upon time outset of your career ally yourself with that party which has done so much for the laboring a agricultural classes In particular n the entire people In general Affection mutely YOUR FATHER Shall the people ruleor Bryan II They Cant Loso Him 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