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U- l 2Mt Fi I hyJ rlI S i Y- I 1 1 i trtfurI 4 I w BqublicaniFi- r1 e JOb Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLEOF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 0 VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21908 No 11- y I BLOODY LIFE ENDS IN BLOODY DEATH Torn Cockrill Crushed to Death in R R Yard He That Liveth by the Sword Must Die by the Sword I oJ I JtCter having Inaugurated with the oklll1ng of Den Hargis nt Jackson iho bloodiest feudal war that the Kentucky mountains bus known In which the death roster Includes theI flames of JIm Cockrlll Dr B D James IL Marcum and others Und I TonrCockrill met death Saturday night by being ground under a cut of freight cars on the K I tracks at Thirty i first ad St Xavier streets and died yiandCockrlll was returning from a vlstt to his brother McKinley Cuckrill In Oklahoma aqd wns to leave this morn ins forFruukfort to ut end tho FedI eral Court ns IL witness Ho went to thu Portlandavenue car barn and saw a friend and started to visit unothpr IIcquallltnnce He started down the K I tracks with Burry I Rawlingtt They were walking south on the righthand track when they saw an approaching n 0 freight train and stepped tQ the next track A cut of freight cars was being backed down and in tile noise from tmo more rapidly moving freight train they did not hear It approach Young Rawllng says that the switching cut of freight cars was wllhI out Rnvwlings also that appronchIingconsciousness Three freight cars and passed over him When tie regained consciousness he throw out his arms A und caught the axle iu passing car being dragged along so all to escape the wheels tits cries were heard nod the cars stopped When dragged out young Itawlings said Find the other man He had sustained a frac ture of the left leg The crew Cockrell began a semcn and Tom was found terribly mangled from j the thighs down He was at once taken td SIS Mary and Elizabeth Hospitalwhere the physicians decided that the frocI lures so high up that amputation would do no good CockrU died at 1 oclock After Coroner Charles I Graves had viewed the body It was removed to the undertaking establishment of Omn W Smith Eighth and Jefferson street where a few friends who had been fellow railroaders drolJlled into view the remains Word was sent to Mrs Cockrlll at Indianapolis The body was sent to Jackson lust night oy the C 0 railroad 1 om Cockrlll shot and Idled Hen Hargls on the night of February 21 1902 Until that time the Cock rills and HarglB had been Intimate and close friends After that the famous feud waa waged between the two fac lons The beginning was In Ii bllllll tiger saloon In Jackson DreaUlltt county the end was probably on the K L track since the leaders on both sides are dead and the members or the snr- vlving familIes scattered 1om Cockrill was himself shot three times In the affray that start JiinCockmiI1his guardian anti James n rnrcum his attorney were shOt to dNth In Jackson These murders caused tllc charges to be 1lrougLt nalnl County Judge James f3 Hargis of oreatiag u nml der eyndiclle and Curt Jott te lIfted in the Marcum murder trials that hews paid by Hargis tp kilt Marcum trom the court room window of the Courthouse Tom Cocleri1 had sworn vengeance opnargiUDdEd GallahanUte Sheriff County Judges ally and had not lt1gIIlJUet deth at tJlj hands bt his own son Jt is urobable that Bad Tom wouldhnv carried out his oath A lfWIUlo the mep met only once pat was nl1 railroad train when l argls who aenttln mortal dpndofC- ocky111 was eltfpg rHhall han The tar doo CockrUt came n Instantly Callahan 1vas onJmIss feet with his reyelverdrawnCockrlll also dOw andora moment tae men stooafactngeach otkefrtlien e oek r d S c rill dropped Into a sent across the car alse and sat there until the train reached RlCllT110l1d where be left the train Curt Jottwho testified that he had been one of the operatives In Ue alleged HargisCallahan murder syn dlente was a double first cousin of Tom Cockrlll- Cockrlll opined a billiard pa5lor In i3eattyvllleafter leaving Juckontheii ran a saloon iii Lexington called the I fllmUlnrlyIsuppressed after many disorderly occurrences had como to the attention LaterCockrl111became ton Leader I Preparing for Winters Stay I Hopliinsvilie Ky Sept 28Judglng from the fact that the troops now on duty to this part of the State are being supplied with hhiler uniforms and camp equipment tile Is 110 Inten militay1nutrorities any time soon True to the policy of secrecy wlilclt has been adopted from ale first tile authorities are very chary In giving out information us to their plans but enongt cnn he seen front tiro outside to guess nt some of the moventeta So when cold weather sets In It will probably find very cause wet piovlded with heavy i blue uniforms and overcoats and other necessaries for theirbl1I11tetI THE PASSING OF A lAND MARK A WeJlitrltten Letter From Our 13 Jedphp Henry Tpomas A curIous interest attaches to nn- cleat and weUI1wn land sacks and IlUmanlhandsters about those solitary objects that have withstood a wasting lapse or yearsIIn the passing of these old ob jests aboutwilich tome community interest bas centered our sadness comes perhaps from the mute reminder that time lays at last u with1- oring hand upon us all I I was moved to these reflections wiiio passing recently the deserted grounds of the colored church and aC1countttmeso old buildings were recently torn down und moved to Dundee an observer to whom these old buildings had been n roadside mark since his boyhoodtnat vacant and deserted lot marked now only by clay monuments over the dead presented n remainder of desolation and decay I Vtlcn the negroes bands were bro ken a little band of them flushed with the Joy of freedom hewed from forest trees the timbers for their little church which they raheti upon a stony hillside on the Sulphur Springs und Hartford road and It was their sole meeting place In lee northern end of the county Here for u half n century the pour but earnest and honest negroes met to worship In their humble WilY their usaster here they made a school to leach their I children and here they brought their dead for burial Much that Iii good may bo sold fur these colored people who had aerlousIwas ever to cfarge A tpurder Indeed was once commit itedon their hUlcl1 yard but al ttto partles to It were lvidles Tao colored folks were nearly without exception I church members nimd If their worship was curde and their enthusl usm sometimes extravlgaut they wero- n earnest In their way Jstny Is tee highway traveler who has paused before this solitary church and gazed Into tile starry hehvens wldet- ime earth drank up the nlghbHong of lpralse these simple ft earnest ne woes wero wont to sing Hero youth dreamed and fancy took from and love developed and piety ripened ivitii- t o and ago went doWn into unmarked graves But bye and bye Um raised Us hind and leveled the old buildings and carted them a yto servo n cbanged necessity anti thereI lotimlued only Vacant ground ahcr tip cluster ot graves and II weakh or em rJest our brother ln btaCj II J R THOtA5 of r yA 1 1 I Yk ArSON MAKES UliLYCHARliE Says Bryan Pocketed 15 000 In Cold Cash Also Charges Democratic Nomi nee With Making Bargains With NegroesI Thomas aWatson Populist nomineI for presldunt who 111tH been assaied by Senator Pettlgnw comes back It Pettigrew und also makes some very damaging charges oglllnlt dir Bryan Iu an interview with Ue associated rcss given out III Atleutu Un last Monday Mr Watsoa made ta fonts lag statenlettTne wilY 3i r Bryan i us put forward Peulglow to ntthu ic IOU is that my exposuros of Rrynits deals with too negro tillers and win saloon I Interests or Mntheindium nod Ode lire hurting tno Peerless reir deals i lire disgraceful nod ought to bo exposed Tile Bryan policy on the negro question threatens calinitous consequences to lime South endangers te result of thirty years of work to- esbutlisii white suprenniey and time i exposeandAs to Pettlgrew I slnill not notice him further thnn to Sll that tenIlhousalldany man the offer was more liberally supplied with ntuliey titan sense In 1904 I mado my c alllllllgn for the principles wnlch tile Presidential ticket of Bryan and Watson advocated In 1S96 Bryan had deserted these principles and hall gone ever to toe gold standard men The populists called upon me to take up tile Jetrersolilan propaganda where Bryan had left ort and I did so Republican money had nothing to do with It In my speeches und my letter fir nccephanco I hammered both old par ties with strenuous hu 1m rtlII lit The speeches are of record and show fur tllelllseives Wiethier the Roosevelt mmnngems gave flnllllclltl aid to those who managed the Populist can JIIlgn I neither know nor cure thingIabout It Is well aware of tae fact that time ull11mlgn funds of both the od parties come from practically the saute sourceiTime beneficiaries of sinks legislu lion tiro national bankers of time money centers the Wallstreet element of both the leading parties these are time contributors to campaign funds and we al know It Bryan well knew tact time Parker campaign ullli of 1901 wasraised by parIpublic speeches and written editorials Yet ho hitpmset did not hesitate to use that campaign fund It was tilt money of Ryan and Belmont which paid for the luxurious mpechhl trains employed by Bryan In his campaign- Ing for Parker According to Bryan himself time source of too llIll1ll11lgn fund of Judge Parker wall certainly not less tainted than was that of the cU1l1llalgll fund of Roosevelt iiryans own brother and brother In aw got 16000 of tile Parker funds turd vloToltJl1 toe law or NIbrnillm by their failure to render as account of what wont wltm it i That 15000 canto from August Belmont and Thomas F Ryan two of the most notorious of corporation criminals und corruptionists und although Bryan said that net would refund time money hd has not done so Before Brynn fires off his man Pettigrow at me again ho had better do one or two tltlngtlthel disgorge Ryan and Deltnontl1 15000 or sic pate want becune of 111fI For Moneyless Primary Centertown Ky Sept 29 1908 II Editors Hartford RepublicanAs- 0th of your renders anti a me long Republican I desire to preset a few thoughts In regard toAlIa coming fllIvorwithout theuse of money or Vhls kcytllhfiiietltp yuierpl 1 IenelIUb Liulr yartY lrnlHcl buy halo of this I t tne Demcrsts Oniylastyyar tme tfs corrupt electlon In the city of LouisI otjAppealsCorruption and we as Rell bllcall81 threw up our hats In oil what we nave so long oontfJndul for u brighter dh f tor Kentucky lot thin reason that we were to have alure ballot Now shall we Republicans of Ohio county turn our faces bllckwalll fNnt1andstandard which cnn only hI brougrtt RepubBeansward step anll we are looking to the County Conimittee to givE us u rule which will IIIfurl a primary on- n high standard 11111 widen will snow to the members of nIl parties that we ore abreast of tilt tltneiRIJSItctfu Powerst zedI Sunday nt Jellico III the presenco of Goo lillIple Wh a asked wy Iie bind selected Jellico II muted that his grandlutbel and mutner nod his tatter nail niotier were brim amid lived thieve IS wife was born mere and tvbon I veS In the 11111 Iii I y all of the retitiIHS or Jel1itn WIII till ox- copto tr mhur mill sigh ed Ills itt lion for II pnrdon amid II iet 111 tin was lnuTlg his friends FOR THE BUSY READER Forest fires which have dnne host danmge In tilt lake reglons of too United States mot still raging e There Willi frost In XOltu Alhallla- Westeru KOllludey and portions or Tennessee yesterday morning It was not heavy enough to du much damage It Is believed tent Japan 11111 with drawu large portion of the JIlIIUIIHHU corps uuw stationed In North Coilla- leavlllg only a small numb r It Pe kin and TltJn Tsin- t + I rhe Valley Savings tank of Fres- Ito Cal iucorllolllted last January with un authorized capital of 200000 has been closed by order of the State Bank Commission Navigation between Montreal and Quebec loJ still tied up owing to toe dense pull of fug and smioke wnlenh- orns IlevlllledIXCt far wlIr futer- vuls for lime lust tea 1035 5 Till daylight special 1I01tllboulIl time last tram uu 1e illhueis Cn- tral bait veen S Loub muil Cehetgu vas wrecked IWII Sprlagfbdd Ilk Olin tees kilccl mail stvei01 w t re injured Tine farina rerep lien of 1 1 olIau tic hallle811 fleet It Jnhii except the water puride his bII suspended until early In November because of tin hitter weather Ollllitom usually prevaifhg tJllm Accident in coal mlllls IIC tnc Unit ed States Illlrlllg th bst culendm year resulted III tIe death or 3125 mutt and Injury of lilI more according to statistics Just nnale public by the geloglcn IllVI The lives of nearly 100 mtaers In toe mice or toe Union Pacific Coal COlltjlIl1 y lit VutCr Quarters trlah1 wIre lIHlmbllld Iy a fire t nit dw- stroyed the 110Cr house Titt loss Is estimated at about 0000 1s tccurdilug to figure ClIlIIllIt1lltl the General land Olflcf receipts on ae- ettunt of tine sales of public hinlstiur Jug te lost fiscal year lll1ount1 to I 11492453 Tnero were 201933 enlllell- cmtHing 18938836 acres Mrs Elsk Bragg widow ot t1ft Into l1Jor General Braxton Urtg of Con federate fame died In yew Orleans I one day last week She IIIIa gpQd- chr1llllin woman und will be wlder mourned In her beloved Southland The fncutyof the Keutueyk Un- ljversity are anxious liS to the where of Willis E Smlthrt college student who hasm been missing for u week Tits students inn metllwith l i The Rev F H Inn and his wife niRivernoon They were ii1frrtcdl1t theGalt House In LouJsvU Saturday italls HIR waatormerly +hiissvIpargareE- Bellwood of Crotipera Sh lbrctJulf DEATH CLAIMS A WORTHY YOUNG MAN Julian Elgin Passes Away at the Home of His Parents After lingering Illness I I At the Methodist parsonage on Will nut street after a lingering Illness from tuberculosis Mr Morris iulanj Elgin lion of Rev Virgil Elglnllass ed away Wednesday evening Septeni ber 30 HI08 about G30 oclock- Mr Elgin was bunt in Springfield Ky lay 12 188t and w1 titelofore only n few nlllllI11 post 24 years of i age lit te tlllle or Ills death lie was educated lu the summon senoolsI lit vtufuus phnecs In KmtuckrWilfIO- he was utruwn front tube to time us nls fatter wno is it prominent miii I inter lu the M E lmrCIl Suutuma- ppend to be stntlnuI Ife enulpleted- nis education In lilt IIlgh School ilL LoultoIlt 10111111 IIH C II h In Id- yotutg IglIi IIII 11111 self support lug At ti e ge I I yeah n tuns- O IWH buy n 1rMm nd later Lt Otvensburo A t II age of 20 no- iacepefl u IlIb1I011 Willi t trait s1 Box COtvt louI8IIIoIU nil office boy lie received two prumotlona within six months amid steadily workI- ed his vihy tilt until lit tie tlllle of his death he held UII Important iosl- tiott I1S bookkeeper for the company His kind gentemmlly bearing under nil circumstances won for hint the high esteem or his employers and all of hIs associates and It cm be said of him that ho hull not an enemy In the world Early last Sprlni his health began to fail Ullll ne carne to Hartford to visit his parents top WOUII1Ibrlnsand ids relatives maid friends were disappointed Later his brothers tool him to Tucson Arizona where he remained two months but without t1Il1ontil time brave fight which lie had mule patient without a lllurmur- oC complaint ended Vednesday even lug He had been In betteijonditlun for a few dos and JIll Immediate death WI1S not expected Ills father waS IIWI1Y ntt4ndGIg time nnnual sesloe of time Methodist Conference OwensholO A telepuoao meestige e ed him back and ile rlacllll Hillten l In it little over four nouns after r soils death Young Elgin Will cluistinn and was recently adnilUed Into the iethudist church here HI Gaiter gave him the hlghst tsllmo- nlal wllich could be given to nry Oman when ho told tt writer that Ih son had newer In Ills lIfo glen Inca pureuts a moments tlOuhltJ or worry ills rcmahs went nlHn to Hopkins ville yesterday afternoon where tae hlneml timid interment will take plncn this ntorhlng tin fumeru services being couI1Ullfl1 probably by Rev 1- H Kendall of OWtnshoro and Rev J 0 Smithson or Ifendetso11 ryas Is toe first line taut demon tits UII- 11I11i thin IIlIIIJP of Rtw Elglu tad tnn affliction Is bard b hnl by time lwmeras turd surviving brotneraa- m l sisters but they IIlfJ consoled in- timeir bereaveineut by time sympathy ot the entle mown i Among the Lodges Hartford Eastern Star Cimapter held aver IlIltIlsllllg session last Men day felllng Tile chapter will make things hum tills winter as the Indies nru dltlrlllilled eat to he mitt done by well broimters nong lrutemli- ty hiss Rough River ledge Xo lJO K of Ps amid an interesting business session Tuesday evening and heard reports from KnlghtsJ II WllllnllsJallllI T Sauderlur and R D Valker WflI represented this lodge In tilt Grand lodge nt Lexlntoll last week They all gave short timely hills covering the work of the Grand Lodge Keystone Cl1l1l1ttr No 110 iUlll n special convocation last Saturday ven tug nUll Installed the following new of ricers Most Excellent HIgh Priest C M Crone Scribe J F Vlclwr King Jt Holbrook Captain of Host C M Barnett Royal Arch Captain E M Woo ward Principal Sojourner WN StevensSecrntnry W S rips lei Treasurer John T Moore Mime ter of Tllird VailE P Thomas Mas tear c the Second Vail E W Ford fihster of ttn lf1ItVallnlJ Martln- tSentinelJ c tier After the lmpres- siv lfStalatloll Ce11l0 II Its a splendid luncheon WQ served In the recep i tlon room by a committo composed or the following C lI Crowe n Hol brook and J P VlcIers This chap ter should do some splendid work dur- Ing too winter months ns there Is abundant material here for Royal Arch membershlll Conference Appointments At the Kentucky Annual Conference of the M E Church held at liar hourllvllle lust wfec the following all puiutmmlts were nmdo for this presiding elder district Tee Rev F L Creech District Superlmtemdent Arlington the Rev lanes U Jones Heaver DIIIII tile Rev C W Fry Howling Grelll the Rev Benjamin Helm Bowling Greert Circuit the Rev S II Wardrip Deer Lick the Rev John Rich Dextrllh the 11ev John yult- Ealinglua tile itcv J lJ Embry- hlardiusburg the Rev Isaiah Cline hickory Gruvetlio Rev D F Kerr und tilt Rcw J C Orr- Leitcnfieid toe llev George W Dante 1oulI1eIpwIIth the Res J W- Canlrell Trinly the Rev E D Pat tersoa 1VeIley the ltew C A Fel 101 Marion Circuit the ltev S J Purcell Lrorgantowu time Rev R 1 Harper Xo Creek time ter H Crane On ton the l1ew J It Poryman Owensboro and Zion the Ruv X U GrizzlePaducah the Rev L T Lewis IPatton Creel tie Rev J t Can trell Sacramento the Hm D P Ifoltz claw Scottsville the Rev J M Horn TomllklnslIIe time Rev C It Da vhlson Vine Grove the Rev J R Martin WoodoniI1e the Rev H A liar rettThe Itev James W Easleypresident of Union College uuValuable Farm for Sale Two hundred acres part bottom good house and barn amid plenty of good water This farm Is 3 tulles east of Cromwell and Is known as the Ceo W Martin farm Far father information call on or address nee at Hartford Ky R n MAItTIN Snow Storm in MIssouri St Louts Jio Sept SIor time first lime lit 20 years the month oC- SOlltember brought a snow to Mis- suurl it fell to Kansas City and all along the western and notherh border or toe State for about two hours Sun 103 afternoon The fall was light imd toe now melted almost as fast as It reached time ground Burned in a Peculiar Manner Miss Minnie James daughter of WIl- lIuIII Junes Fordsvi lie while on u visit In Oklahoma recently received serious burns on her hands Sue was vlsitimig In toe oil fields when one day toe IIgnllulng set rim to onto of the wells SIII wits otters drove out to see time burning won and when near It tIlt lames suddenly shot up wad mid outward amid cane very near ollgulflng till entire party Miss Junes is a sister to the wife of 1rr Alfred hbudsutm formerly of thus place noW living III OWtnsboro BEAVER DAM Oct 1Mrs Harry Monroe entertained tine ladies Social Club at lice homo all Main Street Saturday after noon Mrs 111 Travis of Owenshoro Is visitug her tareuts Mi amid 31ms O p Brunton for II fo v days fir n L Dmne or Washington D C who hits been spending a fdw- d113s with tmlends and relatives In town returned ilmne Vcdnesdny Mrs W IL Austin is Ylsltlllg In Owensbulll this week t11b G L Junes uf ommwllle Is visiting her sister Mms hurry Monroe for a few days i Quite n number of peoplo from hero attended time Morgantown IYttr last IWelkrrtlC Ohio County Farmers Institute met here Wednesday and Tlnlrs day with a nice attendance ProC M D Maddox line returned after a few days visit to his Mono near Smallnou- sttss Marie Austin entertained afow friends at 42 on Thursday night last Mr Sant H Taylor who sold his residence toM Gibson ut Central I City Is buildlug a new residence is South Denver Dam I Mr andoMrsJ E Williams entertained a few friends at 142 on Frl ouy agnt last n c M8JBOOSEVE lT lAUDS TAFT Trae Friend of Reform and K Foe of Abuses I NAMES 8IK POItITICAL HEIR 1 ty Republican Candidate Stands For Same Policies as Present Adml- nltratlonCn BeTruated to Do Justice to Both Capital and LaborA Cham pion of the Right and True Rlpre- ntatrveof All the People 1In the following letter ot President Roosevelt to Mr Conrad KuhN of Montana he tells why voters should sapport William H Taft et the polls Mrr Conrad Kohts ot Helena Mont Is an old time Montana cattleman and one ot the most prominent citizens of Montana He and the president cause Into close relationship more than twen ty years ago when they were both members of for Montana Stock Growers association the president being nt that time the representatlvu of till little Missouri stock glrowers In the association The lutimncy has been kept up ever since Mr Kohrs is one of the pioneer citizens of the northern Rocky mountaIn region nllll one of the men who has tlllen a lending part Itl Its great dtvelopment Mr Kohut letter was cullld forth by- ltr Dryaus statement that hl1 Cdr- Brynnl was the presidents heir nod Slatuml successor Sagamoro lilli Oyster Day N Y Sept 0 liO3 My Dear Mr KohrsI have received your letter about the candidacy of Mr Tart the mat who I feel JS In un especial sense the representatlvo of all that In which I most believe In political life Every good citizen shoulll desire to sco both prosperity and justice prosperity and fair and righteous dealing as between man and man obtain pormanently In this creat republic As a people Wt lire Justly proud of our business industry ot our energy and Intelllgcnce In our worc anti It 1s entirely right that wo shoulll usl our selves as to any given course of conduct Will It ho prontable nut It Is also no less emphatically truo that the bulk of our people the plain people who found In Abraham Lincoln their especial champions and spokesman regard tho this morally right r as even moro Impor tant than the question Is this prolit1- hIe when applied to any Given course ot conduct Indeed In the long run our peo pIe are sure to find that In all dealings alike In the business ahd political world what Is really prptltable Is that which is morally right The last tow years have seen a great awakening of the pUblic con science and the growth of a stern deter mlnatlon to tlo away wIth corruption end unfair dealing political economic bodII It le urgmtly necessary that this great reform movement shoulpl go on Cut no reform movement Is healthy if It goes on by spasms It It Is marked by peros cf frenzIed advance followed us such pert ods of frenzied advance must always be followed by equally vIolent periods of rev action The revolutionary and the rear tlonary really play Into one another hands to the extent that each by hits ex ceases necessarily tends to arouse such dIsgust such u feeling of revolt In the minds of quiet people as temporarily to restore the other to power To permit the direction of our public nC fairs to fall alternately Into the hands ot revolutionaries and reactionarIes of the extreme radIcals of unrest and of the bigoted conservatives who recognize no wrongS to remedy would merely menn that the nation had embarked on a fever- Ish course of violent osclllotion which Would bo fraught with great temporary trouble and would produce no adequate good In the end The true friend ot rev corm the true foe of abuses Is the man who steadily perseveres In rightlllg wrongs In warrIng against abuses but whose character and training are such that he never promises what he cannot perform that ho alwayi n little more than makes docs promise antJ that 6lmselfatlobeadvancing he never permits led Into Coolish ex ceases which would damage the very cause he champions In Mr Taft we have a man who corpbfnes all of these qualltlcf to a degree which no other man to our lniustlcopassedto a scorn oC all that Is base mean a hearty sympathy with the oppresaed he unites entire disinterestedness courage both moral and physical of the very highest type and a IIndly generosity of nature which makes hIm feel that all of his fel low countrymen are In very truth hls friends and brothers that their Interests nro his and that all his great qualities are to bo spent with lavish freedom in their aervico The honest man of means the honest and law abiding business man can lcellioCo In his hands because of the very tact that the dIshonest man of great wealth the man who swindles or robs his fellows would not so much as dare to de tend his evil doing In Mr Tafls presence The honest wagoworler the honest la boring man the honest farmer the honest mechanic or small trader or man of small means can feel that In a peculiar sense air Taft will be his representative be cause of the very fact that he has the eamescorn for the demagogue that ho has for the corruptlonist and that he would front threats of personal violence from n mob with the unquautng and lofty Indlf Terence with whIch he would front the bitter anger of the wealthiest and most powerful corporations Dread though hb- asympothlel are there tl In hIm not the slightest tinge of weakness No consideration of personal Interest any more than of tear for his personal safety could make him swerve a hairs breadth from the course whIch he regards as right and In the intereet of the whole people- I have naturally a peculiar Interest In the success of Mr Taft rind In seeing him backed by a maJority In both houses of- congreis which will heartily support his policies For the last ten years while I have been governor of Now York and prerldent I hage been thrown Into the closest Intimacy with him and he and I have on every essential point stood In heartiest agregmont shoulder to shoulder We have the same views as to what Is de mandedby the national Interest and hon or both withIn our own borders and nI- heards the relations of this nation with other nations There II no fight for do- concy and taaii dealing which I have wallldllfwhlchI have not had his heart supfere his pollclesaslmuchas mine Itll noti poselblela the space of this letter to discusa iilJ the many and Inn tJltely V rquestldniof moment with which Mr Taft as president would have to eallL hlmbe by ho ab1 hlasNf jieae eadbTwhat the admin at sf c IYOU CANT FRIGHTEN ME ANY MORE ITS A JOKE InLltR1I I Istratlon In whIch he has played so con splcuous a part has done nut to thus trato Just what his attitude Is let me touch on two matters now prominent In the public mind Mr Taft can he trusted to exact Justice from the railroads for tho very reason that ho can be trusted to do justice to the railroads The railroads are the chief In struments of Interstate commerce In the country and they can neither be held to D proper accountability on the one hand nor given proper protection on the other save by the affirmative action of the fed eral government The law as laid down by the federal courts clearly shows that the states have not and cannot devise laws adequate to meet the problems caus ed by the great growth of the railroads doIng an Interstate commerce business for moro than four flfths of the business of the railroads Is Interstate and under the constitution oC the pntted States only the federal government can exerciso con trol thereover It Is absolutely necessary that this control should be amrmatlvo and thoroughgoing All interstate business carried on by the great corporations should In the Interest of the whole people bo far moro closely supervised than at present hy the national government hut thlll Is especially true of the railroads which cannot exist at all save by the exercise of lowers granted them on behalf of the people and which therefore should be held to n peculiar ac countablllty to the people It is In the Interest of the people that they should not be permitted to do InJustice and It Is no less to the interest of the people that they should not suffer InJustice rhlr prime purpose Is to carry the commodities of till farmers and tho business men They could not be built save for the money contributed to them by theIr shareholders They could not be run at all save for the money paid out In wages to the railroad employees and finally they codid not be run JU dlclousty orprontahly to anyone were It not for the employment by them of someI masterful guiding Intelligence whether of one man or of a group of men There are therefore several sets of Interests to be consIdered EaCh must receive proper con slderatlon and when anyone of them selfishly demands exclusive consideration the demand must be refused Along cer lain lines nil of these groups have the same interests It Is to the Interest ot shipper farmer wagoworker businessman honest shareholder and honest manager alike that there should be economy honesty Intelllgcnce rind fair treatment ot I all To put an effective stop to stock watering would bo n benefit to everybody except the swindlers who profit by stock watering It would benefit the honest shareholder because honest Investments would not be brought Into competition I with mere paper It would benefit the wageworker because when the money I earned does not have to go to paying Interest on watered capital more ot It Is i left out of which to pay wages It would benefit the shipper because when only I honest stockholders have to be paid Interest rates need not be Improperly raised I It would benefit the pubic because there would be ample money with which to give efficient service Similarly the prevention hpt Cavorltlsm as among shippers does no damage to anyone who Is honcst and con Cers great good upon the smallcr business man and the farmer whom It relieves of oppression dgaln such supervision of accounts and management as will prevent crookedness and oppressIon works good directly or In- dIrectly to all honest people Therefore everything that can be done along all these lines should be done and no mans legitimate Interest would thereby be hurt But after this poInt has been reachedI great care must be exercised not to work Injustice to ono class In the effort to show favor to nnother class and each class naturally tends to remember only Its own needs The stockholders must receive an ample return on their Investments or the railroads cannot be built t and successfully maintained and tiro rates to slippers and the wages to em- I ployees from the highest to the lowest must all bo conditioned upon this fact On the other hand In a public service corporation we have no rIght to allow I such excessIve profits as will necessitate rates being unduly high and wages un duly low AgaIn whllo In all proper ways rates must be kept low we must always I remember that we have no right and no Justification to reduce them when the rev suit Is the reduction ot the wages of theI great army of railroad men A fair work Ingarrongement must be devised accord Ing to the needs of the several cases so that profits wages and rates shell each be reasonable with reference to the other two and In wages I Include the properly l large amounts which should always be paId to those whose masterful ability Is required for the successtul dIrection of groat enterprises Combinations which favor such an equitable arrangement shoulll themselves be favored and not forbidden by law although they should be strictly supervised by the government through the Interstate commerce commission which should have the power of passing upon not only the question bf the reduction but the raising ratesThIs problem 1s itself one of the phases of one of the greatest and most intricate problems of our tlon For Its proper solution wO need pot merely honesty and courage but judg ment good sense and entire fair mInded ness Demagogy In such a matter Is as certain to work evil as corruption itself The man who promises tQ ralsa the wages of railroad employees to the highest poInt arid at the same time to rates to the lowest point is promisIng what neither he nor any one else can perform and if the effort tO perform It wore attempted disaster would result to both shipper and wageworker and ruin to the business interests oCthe country The man to trust in such a matter as this tithe man WhO like Judge Taft doe not pcombe too much butwhocould not bsr Y swayed from the path ot duty by any argument by any consideration who will wage relentless war on the successCul wrongdoer among railroad men as among all other mom who will do all that can bp done to secure legitimately tow rates to shippers and absolute evenness anion the rates thus secured but who will nd ther promise nor attempt to neeure rates so low that the wage earner would lose his earnings and the shareholder whose money built the road his prollls Ile will not favor a ruinous experiment like government ownerahlp of railways Ile will stand against any kind of contlsca lion ot honestly acquired property but he will work effectively for the most et- tlclent type of government supervision and control of railways so as to secure Just and fair treatment of the people as a whole What Is hero said as to hIs attitude on the railway question applies to the whole question ot the trusts lie will promise nothing on this subject unless ho tlrmiS believes lie can make his promise good lie will go Into no chimerical movement to destroy all great business combinations for thlll can only Lo done by destroying all modern business but he will In practical fashion do everything possible to lie cure such eficlent control on behalf ot the people all a whole over these great combinations as will deprive them ot the power to work evil Mr TattM IIlcllllon In the Addystone pipe line case while on the bench III proof by deeds not by words of this farsighted wisdom with which hI serves the Interest of the whole people even when those ot the most powerful corporations are hostlla thereto It there Is ono body of men more than another whose support I feel I have aright to challenge on behalf ot Secretary Taft It la the body of wageworkers ot the country A stancher friend a fairer and truer representative they cannot find within the borders ot tIle United States lie will tJo everything In his power for them except to do Mat which Is wrong lie will do wrong for no man and therefore can be trusted by all men During the ten years of my Intimate acquaintance with him since I have myself as governor and president been obliged to deal practically with labor problems he has been one of the men upon whose Judg I mont and aid I could always rely In do- Ing everything possible for the cause ot the wageworker of the man who works with his hands or with both hand BndI head Olr Taft has been attacked because ot the Injunctions he delivered while on the bench I nm content to rest his case on these very InJunctions I maIntain that they show why all our people should bot grateful to hint and should feel It safe to Intrust their dearest Interests to hIm Most assuredly he never has yielded and never will yield to threat or pressure of any sort as little it It comes from labor as It It comes from capital lie will no more tolerate the vIolence of II mob than the corruption and oppression and arrogance- of a corporation or of a wealthy man lie will not consent to limit the power ot the wherIoverthe labor a In him lIe has Incurred the bitter hostll- Ity oC Coolish and bigoted his criticism oC the dlsputeafsand ref Injunction In labor he Is pledged to do all he can to put n stop to the abuses In the exercIse of the power of InJunction jig will never prom- Ise anything that he will not do all In his power to perform lIe can always bo trustee to do u little better than his word and the fact that before election he will not promIse the impossible Is In itself a guaranty that after election all that Is possible will bo done His record ns n judge makes the whole country his debtor lily actions and do- cislons are part of the great traditions ot the bench They guaranteed and set forth In striking fashion the rights of the general public as against the selfish interests of any class whether of capitalists or ot laborers They set forth and stand by the rights of the wageworlcrs to organize and to strike as unequivocally as they set forth and stand by the doctrIne that no conduct will be tolerated that would spell destruction to the nation as a whole As for the attack upon hIs Injunctions In labor disputes mode while ho was on the bench J ask that the Injunctions be care fully examined I ask that every responsible and fair minded labor leader every responsible and fair mInded member of a labor organization read these InJunctions for himself It he wIll do so Instead ot condemning them ho will heartily approve of them and will recognIze this further astonishing fact that the principles laid down by Judge Taft In these very InJunc tlons which laboring people are asked to condemn are themselves the very principles which are now embodied In the laws or practices of every responsible labor organization No responsible organIzation would now hesitate to condemn the abuses against which JUdge Tafts InJunc- tions were aimed The princIples which he therein so wisely and fearlessly laid down serve ns a charter of liberty for allot us for wageworkers for employers for the general public for they rest on the principles of fair dealing for all of even handed Justice for all They mark thq Judge who rendered thorn as standing for the rights of the whole people As far ass daylight Is from darkness so farts such a judge from the time server the truckler to the mob or tho Cringing tool of great corrupt and corrupting corporations Judge Taft on the benchas sInce In the PhIlippInes In Panama Iin Cuba In the war departmentshowed himself to be n wise a fearless ltnd an upright servant of the whole people whose servIces to thn thole people were beyond all price More ohr let all good citizens remember that 1 he rendered these services not when It wn easyto dOlllo hut when lawless vio lens WI thrlatenell when malice do mgstio and civic disturbanco threatened otourgovernmentandof A lY V only the highest kind of moral courage but of physical courage as well for his life was freely and violently threatened Let all fair minded men wagewnrkers and capitalists alike consider yht an other fact In one of hIs decIsions upon the bench Judge Taft upheld In the strongest fashion and for the lint time gave full vitality to the princIple of tho employers liability for injuries done workmen This was before any national law on the subject was enacted Judge Tafts sense of right hIs Indignation against oppression In any form against any attitude that Is not fair and Just drove him to take a position which was violently condemned by shortsighted cap Jtalists and employers of labor whIch was au tar In ndvance ot the time that It was not generally upheld by courts but which we are now cmbodlncI In the law ot the land Judge Taft was a leader a pioneer while on the bench I In the effort to get justice for the wage worker In Jealous championship of his I rights and all upright and farsighted la borIng men should hold It to his credit tint at the same time ho fearlessly stooo against the abuse of labor Just all he fearlessly stood against the nbuses ot capital If elected he has shown by his deeds that ho will be president of no class but of the people as a whole lIe can be trusted to stand stoutly against the two real enemies of our democracy against the man who to please one class would undermine the whole foundation ot orderly liberty and against the mon who In the interest ot another class would secure business prosperity by sacrificing every rIght of the working people I have striven as president to chant plan In every proper way the interests ot the wageworker for I regard the wage worker excepting only the farmer the tiller of the soil as the mon whose well beIng Is most essential to the healthy growth of this great nation I would tor I no consideration advlso the wogoworker to do what I thought was against his In terest I ask his support for Mr Tart exactly as I ask such support from every farsighted and right thInkIng American citizen because I believe with nil nu- heart that nowhere wIthin the borders of oar great country con there be found another man who will as vigilantly and ef flclently as Mr Tart support the rights oC the workingman as ho will the rights of every man who In good faith strives to do his duty as an American citizen lie will protect the Just rights ot both I relentrI whether exercised on behalf ot property or ot labor IOn the bench Judge Taft showed the qualities which make a grunt judge wisdom and moral courage they arc also the two qualilira which make It great president Sincerely yours TIIEODORU ROOSEVELT Mr Conrad Iohrs Jllhma llont WHY TAFT WILL VI Business Interests Working For Republican Success The president ur the Clallin tomptny- stints III on OIlUIIIII ltlltllltlit ncassltuntlool with IIIl1ch nculrncvlcull fnlrlllss tie sold that titter six months of severe depression lu tit dry goods Industry n recovery occurred to June and since then has been well rnnlutliloed but no grunt Imprueeuhol- Vito hI expected until thl presidential election is over- Expressed or lulplled n olnrked rev viral wltblll the next flOW weeks Is predleted by the most cautious badness men Jo the country because of the Inferential belief that Ttldge Taft will he elected on 1ov 9 Recent CIOlllltll of the iron trade show that the gain of the eorly summer Is being held hank clearings nllll railway gross earnings tell n similar story To everyone the evidence Is uuulstukuble that If the election of Judge Tuft was now placed beyond peradventure business woulll tithe on nn immediate boom For this reason masterful tIIIJII ev- crywhere In Inllultrlnl and conllnerela- lnetirltles art bending every energy for the election or Taft- Depositors Safe Congressmen and others will bl IIIi tl1rested to note that although thirteen banks and trust companies closed their doors In consequence of the October 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Admirer for Taft Peerless Ont Declared to Be An Opportunist Crezyfor Presidency ChicagoWilliam Prentiss a lifelong Democrat and ardent Bryan par tisan has turned hln back on bls old leader and Joined till Republican par ty In n letter Mr Prentiss charges Bryan with betraying his followers and forsaking the principles for which lIe stood prlor to toe present campaign The veteran Democrat who was presidert of the city civil serlce commission under Mayor Dunne lauds the reform work of Roosevelt and declares tint only Uw eectlon of Taft will assure the peope the continuation of that work He also says ile will work for the reelection of Gov De neen who Is making a good Governor Stevenson lie characterizes as a spot less but weal old mot surrounded by political sllollsn1n and boodlers Bryan tlr Prentiss has discovered Is an opportunist and crazy to win the lresldeacy regardess of the means When tile peerless one who bad sought virtuously to purge tbe Democracy of Roger Sullivan beganI truckling to the samo Sullivan waver In his allegiance Whom at Ui Denver convention he saw Gldfy who had fought BrYI1I deposed and Su1lli van who Lad placated Bryan exalted lie turned away In disgust As an other instance of I1ran8 compromise with expediency PrenUslI calls at- tentton to the Commoners attnckaon Pulitzer and the New York World which ceased when the World began to support the peerless leader Mr PrentisR made known his change of convictions In a letter to his cousin Archie 1f Augustine of Normal m who had written to hint for an opin Ion of the candidacies of Bryan and Stevenson Tne old Democrat recounted at length his first meeting with Bryan twelve years ago und the ad miration he conceived for the man He related We revolt against Sullivan and tho train robber State conven Lion tour years ago and itryans fight on the Illinois boss at St Louis two years ngo- Prentiss and his friends carried the fight on SUllivan to Denver hut found Bryan was not with them there Then Pre1t1 s decided lie had been follow Ing a falo propnet I note what you say about Roose welt and Taft continues the letter If I had permitted my head and heart to govern I would have supported Roosevelt four years ago but J was restrained for party reasons and somewhat hy tile course of Mr Bryan More than two years ago I said In a public address that Roosevelt Had been the hest Ireddentfo the witole people since Lincoln nud tlilit P- td fU me htttor than any Irfsldent this country has had ahice I became n man In the prime of lire Roosevelt voluntarily rlhululsills the Presidency when a great majority of the people wish taut he would remain Thda alt wns nil additional proof ur his high or der of patriotism lIrm oalms tint Iw Is the man to continue and extollll Uoolileltg work claiming much of It us suggod- tions of his own Less titan three months no L prefered Bryan as- Rooseveltssucresaor lip was my party lnado In wnonl I then had full etnftdeace Rut as before Indicted my faith In llryun Is a relic Bryamm not the itbal Bryan uC tile past but the real IIrYIIII of today surrounded by tut Macks Murpheys MiGra To garts Sulihaiia and Joe Ralleys et al of the present day Democratic party lit the hoot nuld lie hut u dismal fail ure President Roosevelt woulll have been dlrulltt hall he fulled to exert his lniluonco to have the great work be gun by him continued under a capable Succtwstn whom the people coulll trust If Mr rllft heretofore IllItl rert1orM no consllicluUB service but hllll only the unqualified Indorsenumt or Theodore ItoolicllI the American people woulll- hl wmrrauted in giving Taft their con ndeDc Rua Ills leglll utttinnhents his udmlttetl ability and uprigittuees ftS n Judge Ue superior taeut ho has al ways aaown In the StHeroll Important execuUve offices lie ins filled enable hits to standaluuu ul oil hs merits As to tae governorship I have i long known Adal Stevenson and have IlersonInlly candl1idncy Democrats rnd tepublianus so- calll ntu defection Qt Prent ss from the Bryan following is looked upon at Rej publican hoeddurteri saa extremely afg- nificant It III believed that there are thousands of oldtie Democrats who cannot bring themselves to approve the candIdates sacrifico ot principle to expediency Hows Thr We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for as caso ot catarrh that can not be awed by lIalls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY S CO Toledo 0- We the undersigned hare known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable In aU business transactions and financially able to carry out uy obligations made by his firm VALUING KINNAN S MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Hals Catarrh Cure Is taken In trnnUy acting dIrectly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7fic per bottle Sold by alt druggists Take Halls Family Pills for consti- patlou m BitsHistory As long ago as1795 a Ltlpslc house publisited a German novel illustrated hy something closely resembling a Roentgen picture The story tells of the Countess Abllllnla who gave her heart to tile night Gln1l110 Tne knightly lover was thougutless enough to kill llls lady loves father her aC- fectlon turned to hatred she vowed to kill hint In a dream sue saw the man who had fascinated her and she stood ready to slay hllll when sudden ly his form chamngedaad before her stood a grlnnllll skeleton saying I have already been punlslled This scene Is Illustrated In the old book and the picture Iii not hike u Resent gen photograph When It was publish ed no one probably would have believ ed that science within n comparatively short time would nmke It possible to produce this picture wnicu toe authors imagination Invented Marriages between English actresses and men uf a high social position begun in the eighteenth century If no earlier There Was tvinia Fenton time Polly Peachum of Gays Beggars Open who became duchess of Doltoll Here was lUss Farren who married Lord Derby Miss lIruntol1 who be came Lady Craven nut long before Lord Thurlow married Miss Bolton Earliest of the list though comes the earl or Peterboruush wno married Anastasia Robinson the singer and kept the marriage secret until a few days before his death In St James Palace when lw assembled his reln lives antI friends and publrey Ilclmow edged the woman to whom he owed the best and lIallllcst hours of his life a tardy act of Juice that caus- td the lady to swoon away- Astrikingfllustralloth of time chan ClS of Will Is found In tile fact that the American Army nt Cam bridge durIng the war of the revolution would hUe been left without ammunition but for the provision of John Brown a mer CIIlJlt of Providence R I and one of the family who gave the name to tile university at the place Brown was a very wealthy merchant and was the first of the Rnode Island Merchants W send his ships to China and the East Indies AntIcipating thu war lilt instructed his captains on the re IUIII voyage to load their ships with powder which lie furnished to the army when Its supply land been restricted to logs than four rounds to eact- mattChlcago News CAaIA OiZAAoun theE41I ykt N7A31r BoLogbt ignstare2Ckur COOL SPRINGS Too lulu for lest week Sept 2lItev Gordon preached here Saturlhmy and Sunday Mrs Edna Wilson and son Ivan of Buller county was tau guests oC Jirs Cla1Cucu Dennis Tuesday ors DlalUo Nancy and ittlo son Clifford of lrents visited Misses Ethel and Mamie ltogers last week Misses MInnie Wright Ethel and Mumbo Brown Ira Beusoti Andra- Growbarger Stella Wllmn attended tit tllulto at Mr Cypes Nancy Thursday night all report a pleasant time Mr and Mrs Tery Tlchcnor spent Sunday at Mr Joe Rogers Mrs Iunnlo Scott was the guest of Mrs Lady Stevens Sunday Misses Minnie Wright und Rosa Hoops were the guests ofMiss Jessie and hash Wllsou Monday Ills Ethel and Minnie Brown pt- Otvemsborm are visiting friends and re- hntves lucre Mrs Shaver and Mrs Gertrude 11 frs Shaver and Mrs Gertrude Wilson Nina Dmmnis were the guests of Mrs Agnes Tate laat Vednesday Mrs Rosco WIlson has returned homo after a three weeks visit with friends and relatives Miss Ethel topers visited her Uncle Janhes Burgess last week ling Agnes Tate and Mrs F nnlo Scott vIsited Mra Avilla Coleman Wednesday who Is quite low at this writingCa sTORIdDa- ntb Tp Fbl ha 1I111Krrs I I fiUARANTEE OF BANK DEPOSITS Secretary Root Discusses 1Dem ocratic Financial Plank Burden Would not Only Fall On Stockbdlders But Upln D2 positors as Well rhe other proposition of lire Demo cratic platform Is to require all na tional banks to guarantee the payment of deposts lJy all other national bank This Is dnothpr patent fInancial nostrum advertised to catch the fancy of tine multitude and It should be suppressed under the pure food law until It Is correctly lubc1led a meas ure to compel legitimate business to bear the risks of speculation It mig well be called u measure to destroy the national bllUklllg system for who will wish to invest his money In a bu siness where It Is merely subject to the risks assumed by the men whom lie and his associates select to man age It but Is subject also to the called for the payment of nn unlimited amount of debts of a Indefinite number or persons over whom and whose obll- gations he and his associates have no control whatever A back deposit is a wry simple bur siness transaction The depositor In i effect loans his Money to the bank which borrows It upon n promise to re pay It on tile lendorfI order with or wIthout a stipulated interest Brinks seillolll full to pay time debts tnuK cuu- tmcled Although the deposits are Iordhiari1y luau tunes the CUIIIUtl loses are pxceelllllgly small Time 111111 cipal reason why this Is so Is taut banersl art ordinarily men wno nave established a good reputation In tun community fur honesty and business sense People ordinarily will not risk tue money by lendlllg It to men WU nave not these claims to cOllfldfIr- Under the law nay one wilu can fur nisi 25000 cats start a bank but ill prtetIce liS n rule no one CUll snot a bank wno cnnnot also furnish aa character which leads time lonll11unl1Y to trust him and deposit their money with him If however time sound uhud honest banks of tine country guarantee tile debts of every bank a yell earned reputation fur honesty and business judgement will no longer be necessary its a part of the bankers capital It- will uo longer be necessary for the cnllllllunh to consider whether a ban er Is honest or not Any scalawag cam start a bank and obtain deposits on the credit of all tile banks of the country Any cue who wishes to use funds In speculative enterprises can start a bank invite deposits and thus bor ellIStates With suer opportunities wito can doubt taut toe standard uf cam rne tel of till bankers of time country woulll deteriorate and time use of bank hug fundI for speculative enterprises would increase and that the losses which time linn est bankers woulll be 10- quired to make good would IlIcleaslt- corresJlolldlngl This burden will fall not merely upon the stockholders or the bunks but upon lie depositors also Much bank lug cOllltnl would inevitably be dciv ell out of the hushleE8 rind such mss remained wtJud have to umike good Its OOHIS by reducing the hit rest upon lochs nc profile of tau banking i erchntnIlhe i pond upon good mnannganent Tile attempt to make nil till profit of oodg management bear ull time losses of bad mnanaemeag is a atop In time socialistic process which would level all distinctions between thrift euterprisu and tlJUlJd judgj- ment on time one hand and reek essuIes- hicnpacity and failure Except for campaign purposes there Is no occasion for unUCl stile11111- i rime business amen of ifrw count ry need know with whom Iney ore deal lJankIfairs are apply sumclllIt for tneir down protection ht mnllug the elec- tionI Tao wage earners of tho coun smaHIso i fur ns they eve In places were there ore sulngsbauks have practlc1ly per sect safely for their dlluslw ud over iH500OOO of heni are l1Jyng Urt safety now with n good rt or InI andII not accesslbdle to savings banks the Republican party proposes thatI Government snail furnish absolute theI curlty througfi a postal saving so that1the wage earner can deposit lis savings at the nearest post office qid have tiio guarantee ofthe gov thattt of tile money Itself so that neither the depositor nor the depositors norm the Government can lose In the operation ot this provision No falSe pretense has marked the career ot Elys Cream Balm Being entlrey harmless It Is not responsi pow1liarsTime great virtue of Elys Cream Balm Is that It speedily and completely over comes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back ot this statement Is the testimony of thousands and n reputation of many years success All druggists GOc or mailed by Ely Dros 66 Warren Street New York I The CompanionOctober An important article In the October I Womans Home Companion Is entitled I Seelkug Sheller In New York Five dollars in my purse n few plain cloth j et In my bag unordinary school edu withIltsj ventures In New York or Lucy Green They are real adventures of n real I offthetrhls October issue Is particularly rich In fiction having stories III Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Harrison Rhoads Octave Timnet Nellie McClum i Margaret Sutton Briscoe and ltluclall nntllJulietThere Is peruulls no more 11I1purtlllt- question to the average Anuericah than the one of owning or renting u home The result ot the most careful investigation and the experiences of thous minds of AmerIcans are given In alwI Ills of articles on this subject neghns In tile October nl111be- ror special Interest are Kellogg Dur ands Intimate picture of the lire of the Tsarltsa of Russlll and Dr Woods Hutehhmsons article Are Babies floral The fashion department with the Latest Fall Fashions Is full of valuable suggestions For Sore Poet I have found Ducldcns Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as welt as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes tIr V Stone of- brat Poland liuhne It Is the proper tiring tao for piles Try It Sold under guarantee at nIl druggists 52 m Taits Career Born In Cluclunutl Septt1l1btr 15- J857 Was graduated In IS71 from Woodward iIigh School Was graduated flOI1l Yule University In IS7S I Was graduated from lhichnnati Col lege unv School In 18RO Appointed assistsnt prosecuting attorney In 18M i Resigned In IS00 to beconmesolicitor- nal revenue lJy nppoimntment of President Arthur Resigned collectorship In 1883 to resume luw practice- Appointed I jutige of Cincinnati Sup erlo Court by Gov oralCr In 1SS7 Resigned in 1890 to become soUcltOtl general of tune Unllld States by alipoinunent of President Harrison Resigned in 18f12 upon appointment as United States Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial DIstrict Resigned lu J900 when Illlllointell bYI President McKinley president of tho- Phlippines CommissIon Appointed by President fh8t civil governor of pjJllIpllne8I Appointed secretary ofwnr by President Roosevelt February I 1901IVisited too Philippines and oar EastI countries girdled the ted affairs In Cuba nud PanamaIWas nominated by tue Republican I- lfonal Convention at Chicago as the party candidate for president of the United States June 16 1905I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Nara Always Bought i 46Sgtiatare I A Very bad Speller Tune man without time gift for correct spelIng was airing his grievances to a frIend You hAve no Idea of how I suffer SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH REPUBLICANS ASK INDO SEN NT I The AmerIcan farmers welfare is all Important as that ot waJOearners or captallst The RepUblican party In the past twelve years haS aided to him the conveniences of ruralthe farmer In agriculture and In bringing millions ot our citizens andlife Free rural mall delivery now reaches we favor Its extension until evorycommunlt In the land receives the full benefits ot the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages ot good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the cxIiJnse of the abutting owners In this work we commend thegrowlug practice ot state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com mercial industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the neces sity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation ot Republican politics as the recent safe passage ot the American people through a finanCIal disturbance which It appearing In the midst ot Demo cratic rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Demo cratic panIcs of the past We congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of II complete restoration of buslnesss prosperity in all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposItIon and enforced It after Democratic derellotlon But ex perience has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater superVisIon and control over and secure greater pub licity In the mmanagement of that class ot corporations engaged In Inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for n revision of the tariff by a special session ot congress immediately following the Inauguretlon of 1 the next president In nit tariff legislation the truo principle of protection Is best maintained by the Imposition of sUCh duties as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at homo and abroad together with a reason able prom to American industrIes We favor the esabhlshmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max hpum to be available to meet discriminations lJy foreign counties against American goods enterIng their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of protection at homust be ever maintained Is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ ot Injunction should bo more accurately defined by statute and that no Injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued wIthout no tice except where Irreparable injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearIng thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its cOntinued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employers The Republican party recognizes the special needs ot wageworlters generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing ot all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries ot our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau ot mines and minIng We approve the enactment ot the railroad rate law and the vigorous a enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe however that the interstate commerce law should be further amended so as to give railroads the rIght to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the prInciple of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lInes by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as wIll prevent the future overissue of stoCk and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to tile Republican doeterlne of encouragement to AmerIcan shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marIne prestige ot the country TIle many wIse and progressive measures adopted at the recent session ot congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step In the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible filbustering of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last session many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a Postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement of thrift The Republican party Is committed to the development ot a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment of the national monetary commission by the present congress which will Impartially Investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend ot the American negro We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fUeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection and advance aimhisand repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none ot the great measures here advocated by time 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 requireswhich possessos the capacity to put them Into operationt he said Perlmops you think whoa looked It up but I dldnt then I started you get n letter trout me with half I I slmpl I knew there were two ys In thedontright Well thats where right hut I It OUIII thought of slmlle and way off J couldnt see any reason why one I know Ive made a lot or misI should be sll1111 amid the other symll takes In the letter botanic w lieu IIS I left It slop 1 Then I thought Id lint In the yItread ovr I find Pte got the Sowordoversameantisunisone s mpll1 sorterdirectory II man doesnt ilkcarry II quick It sounded better and IIandpocketwhatanythingtime looking words lettertionarydeepandto something else I of the pAge and depo couldthoseIen to face Howmy This morning for Instance I the word sympathy to write Yesl rctiUearn to spell everything cor I know horn to spell It now became Press you dotNew York t i I J l TflEfllGll GRADE CtIIUIDlCIilSClfOOI Ol THE l j TAl06UESLESSONSWhin now ADDrnzssBOWLING GREEN BUSIN S UNIVERSITY GRIIK rl ti J j t 0 Uy Ii trt t I M of I ta t- S I I 4 j 1idE7c11WiZTrI ir KNOWN BY NICKNAMES Places Where a Genuine Surname Is Never Even Heard I In many places In Great Britain and especially In some of tile OsblnglII- nges of Cornwall and of certain parts of Scotland such n tiling as a genuine surname Is never even heard Every man lu the place Is known by a nick name In most of these villages this bas been lIroulIt about originally by the tact that nil the Inhabitants hue only had very few surnames among them Ono or two prevailing tamllJef have represented the population and have married and Intermarried till trying to distinguish n man by his surname Ins only created confusion 1ud even some of the nicknames have begto to act In the same way At a village not very far from Wick the wrIter knows ot some fishermen who had originally been nllwnlllN Dumpy and had left so many descendants that other specific nicknames had been necessary to distinguished which of the Dum pys was meant on given occarons At another village not far tram this one several nicknames have In the same way become the only known family names The writer was once In the general shop here when n small boy came In and asked for some article stating that It was for lower mower said the shnpkeeper Which mower There are scores ot Blowers The child answered nt once its for nowlt1l11t Blower Red Lugged eared Blowers laddle London Answers THE COCA PLANT Its Leaves Used as an Invlgorant In South America Coca Is the South American Invl orant The shrub from which the coca leaves ure obtained grows under favorable contlitloull to It height of ahout tour meters It Is cultivated In Pent and Doll via At the time the crop Is JltJHnl1 the seeds are sown In beds when they germltlolte and grow and In two mouths tilt growing plants reach a height ot about II tOot Theleaves grown In tile proper sunlight and shad are yellowish small and thick preIerred for chewing by persons the lent ns n stimulant fortifier and preventive of sleep and fatigue la the performance of urduous work Inns much us they prevent rheumatism from which miners sutTer when work Ing In mines tput contain much water Indians who mniltklte tile leaves of tills plant can work twentyfour hours without eating or sleeping Coca leaves are used by the natives when engaged In long and fatlgulnr journeys and by soldiers when to hardships and privations Theyfnny i be used with all kinds ot food and are said to cure dyspepsia either taken L- Iu infusion is the shape ot tea or by- rnaaticat1lg the loavea The life of the plant when perfect is elght 7erL Chicago Tribune Man anlll the Meter rep said Uade neater as he ao uberly traced la the glass the laereu- Inl whJtenelll or hll hair andd bard and the remarkable deepening end spreading or IW Isnumernble racial wrlnkleeyep man Ia I u tba motorcar by goissaIHow aoT laqulred the city aephew t v ti ittirye v n r Ndd tlr A t r r 1 Irt td t tr p trr df + rnA G otAlr 1 e 9 f t 1 Eer + i pe I 1 BARN It i 8I r I SJrROSLti II f J 0 f orSome day when you would like tp spend a short tinier indulging YQurbiJf man nature in some real pleasure come into our store andlake the time to look r the new fall suits over We show the newest and best patterns to be had in y this country We have them made j accord gto the latest models the style x originatorsecree correct 40W have them made by manufacturers who have a national reputation as clothes builders Concerns we know will give us good honest materials made up in good honest way This class oi clothes we havelno hesitancy in recommending to our trade We love to show them because they look good We love to sell them because they wear good A satisfied customer is a part of our assets and you know every effort is going to be put y forth to satisfy every customer who trades with us HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes are a standard of the world Their styles workmanship and materials are all strictly high class and cannot he sur= 4 passed Priced at per Suit 18 20 22 25 and 30 Barnes Special Suits priced at per suits 5 to 18 Look them over I SEAVE3R IMAM fBNi UCKVI Because said Uncie Uoa ter by I the time hes GOt Jo goo L workiu order In nil his bearins Nt puu tar Willtlt to the last Instaltulvwt urn ktmt to du his daily run wIth rrace uti certainly on never a brcekdcnrn wfy Des utt- tigttaled by that Uruv ttar ono mOlIefs Is out nn therP1I JJhlo tat Wm but- the shelfNew Yorio Pee- tLlghting the Nut There dwelt lu npper Burma ft fJfnl with the higb aouudlug tutu of Netr eourls huza but width Ys nutty i sort of hlactblnl It ill rnnspkt1ansly eirv errat least lu tnt tarloss pnrtlnlnn for It actually IltJtlll ap ks nest artUi dally To do this It works up III ot tlf clay Into balls and stirL these halls nil over with Ilvlug ilrruks m sueh a W11 that although the ftrttEer at held eep the they shine uti tilt mme The ev- courls barn then drrovatcs Its nest with half n doun or of tlllSl balls by hanging them znrmd The halls last for only a rtU day nil are then replaced by others zn to on au through the nestlng lCfJJeu NAbandsIObedient Engeb Despite all the lIduwUItlOUII to perfect obedience trhlcb ban Irdecades been carefully Instilled late the temlnlnllmind It Is as toder kited fact Is Dn age not or olxdunt i obedient husbands f sear obey Wroul love some throab fear arid others through D desire for puce but nil are alike Insomuch that lin aya doell Inn degree undreamed K In the mldtlll ages or even in 11w Ttorfanr era of Dundreary whlptvn Mut baggy tIIou- sersLol1dou Gvntkcuciaw Few WMd- ne had gone to ask her fatherr tOI her hand 1n murrlagt- Welt sir whIt to it2 snappodd out I he old man Itctatw 1en1 nm11 maw IJttewwon1 I doot can Jr yea 1m tr man or only one word It r1l tllu right ono replied the suitor He trot the girL Right 10 I Sartse That waltefs zn Rllo- tWhats the msttrr now I asked hIm to 3rtn mlt m water rncter ellr And here hl btiznn Ice pick Cleveland Lesdrn A PartMzx Shot Even though yeti axe y brothers son I sin obUgt I to Illscbargo you But I UI sttrr7 tar yasr moWer sake Oli loafs an right sir Mother says she douOt see cure 1ve put up with yen se long a1 yrreJudge Preposztiers OneStoSoynr rrDavl kt3eper Pnge beGamCjkeepprayed for la dlrwrlt leer the second time Sunday JantlAtrio Unit r Raltby th ktfA- Applrll1J tar a nvorce D1Jt old Georgia uegreixsld to ttr judge lIlt only cost ae a strtnt w I6I1oter Jlt married j ae bN phas Goth Vd give a wftaIe ter lttrti u14- eyxw r t14 itstk- Biwaam yw w lee A scan who iea1I tatertht rbwn- eok yea arwsrwnojwna bier roYllfoA IInIC i p0iieea lIc oSaU- oIualaer 1 F A k 1 OLD TIME ZOOLOGY The Queer insects Lawson Discovered In North Carolina In Ue Raleigh state library Is no Interesting old volume President bladlson In 1831 This qunlntI book Is the Irt history ot lorth Caro ana written In 1741 by John Lawson Gntn surveyor general ot tile lords proprietors The history is well worth roadk g but perhaps the most enter tnlning portion of Its many pages Js that In which Mr Lawson descrlycs5 the flora and fauna of the new oun- try IJor evidently the ancestor of the railway conductor Who decided that according to the rules of the road dos Is dogs and cats Is dogs lint turtles Is Insects We will nest treat of Beasts says the historian The chief Ire the Buffe- lo or Wlld Beef the TYlcr the Dever and the Bearmouse The DnJrelo 1sa WIld Beast ot AmerIca Which has II Bunch on ills Back These monsters nro found to Welsh ow 1 am Informed by a Traveller of Credit from 1100 to 2400 weight The Bat or Bearmouso Is the same liS In England I have put this among theiiNow t shall proceed to the known In sects of the Place Insects or Nerjh Carolina Allcga tors Rattlesnakes Frogs Ylpes Tor- tois Terebln Rotteuvood Worms etc The Allesntor Is the same liS the Croeodlll After the Tall ot tilt Alle Bator Is removed from the Body It will move freely for several Days I have named these among the insects because they lily Eggs and I did not- tuotwwell where else to put them FERN LEAVES They Are Valuable For Preserving Article of Food The fern plant which grown almost everywhere Is an excellent preserfn- UC for packing articles of food fruit etc People who have lived to I ng hind know that the English have Cued It successfully for many years Val uablo Uult fresh butter etc tire no longer seen in the English markets packed in grapevine leaves but almost always In fresh tern leases which keep the articles excellently This 1l1 done wlime grapevine leaves are to be bad Ill abundance Everyone posted well In knows the high preservative powerof fern leaves wIth refer cute fOr vegetable and animal sub stances On the Isle ot Man fresh herrings aro packed lu terns and arrive on the market Inns fresh a condltloa ns when they were Shipped POtutOiJ pnSled In ferns keep many iponths longer than others packed only In straw Ex- perftnents niado with both straw and tern leaves In the same cellar shylved- surprrsrng results In favor of ferns While the potatoes packed la ealy mostly showed signs of rotting In the spring those In ferns wore as fresh as- f they hail just been dug Fresh meat Is also well preserved by tern leaves It Would seem as If the highly preservative qualities ot tens teayee are due to their high percentage ot salt No larvae maggots 4tc p preach ferns all the troDgodor keipi them away New York Times J Postmaster Not to t Hurried A nobleman new lad an4 steward who went to live onthe at 0 to 1 r- r 9 aces about fifteen milts torn Groaa da sent letters to jthevillage postomce every day for three weeks but Got no replies thinking this very strange he role over to the village and lntlrr viewed the postmaster I Oh exclllnlld the postmaster you are the new agent on the ducal estates Well your letters are nil safe The villagers rarely write letters and ns I have to ride on my donkey four miles to the railway station to catch the moll train you dont suppose for one moment do you that I am going to undertake this pilgrimage every day with your stupid letters I Itte the nil here In n broken jug and When the jug gets full I shall take n rIde to the station and post the whole lot at once Couldnt Keep Track of Them Martin Littleton the famous lawyer of New York Is one of a family ot nineteen children so they soy born to a heritage of poverty and pluck When he was a small lad down In Texas he fell Into the creek ono day and MI chael the next younger brother ran whimpering to Littleton the elder Dad dad Martin Is drowning Martin Martin repeated the father of nineteen Then he turned dubiously to his wife Nora he Inquired anxiously have we a Martin It Grew and Grew My pn cauGht II wonderful fish sold little Willie After It Was dead ft kept on growing It couldnt do such a thing Oh yes It did for ee time pa told about It It tuts bigger than It was before What He Meant IIousewlteWby dont you get n job and kettn It noboIm like de little bird dnt keeps fyin from limb tp limbrIfousewifeGwani Youre only n bum How could you fly from limb to limb Hoboi mean do limbs ode law mum Bohemlan It Puzzle Why should a man want to lead a double life I give It up One existence has enough perplexities It would really semIansas City Journal Ambition Is pitiless Every merit that It cannot use Is contemptIble In itq eyesJouberL Waking a Df Person Tit waken a deaf person who wishes to bo called at a certain hour is about the hardest proposition II hotel clerk runs up against said I1 member of that genial fraternity To ring the telepltono Is useIess because the man couldnt hear It yourang until dooms day Knocking for the same rellson is- egdally futile Norr and then a guest who has lost his hearing suggests thatI he leave his door open all night so we can walk right In and shake hirn but even though he does appear tobea dead game sport there are so many chances ofgomebody else lees guileless than ourselves walking in ahead of us that we cannot consent to that jio far the only satisfactory way found for waling n deaf lodger la to tie a string to his wrist passtJe string through the keyhole and then tug away at It at the appointed time That method howorer farathorpd Itlve It tcj methattbe stagy cup patent a harmless tlatiC deiIc torMaking tbe deaf iIUreJ otfaasbaplt9s ae potte mention the grttudeorkotel elerts New YorltButtf If N 4- o r t l J r YN I His Own PeopleI deIclarl3wholly crushed Ur illustration ho tells this story ot n very light mulatto ot Tennessee A number of years ago It came to him suddenly ole day that he was I enough to pass anywhere for white and ho acted Instantly on theIInspiration lIe wCllt to Memphis bought u first class ticket on a Mlssls I slppl river boat to Cluclnnl1tI Xo ono t suspected that he was colored Ho sat et the table with white people and even occupied II stateroom with a white tuna At first he said ho could hardly restrain his exultation but after a time although he associated with the I white men lie begin to be lonesome hOIUM1Inns over he could see down below the negroI passengers and decl hands I lauhlll After a ttmu when It grew I 1bloup my I place among them lve been n negro I ever since I The Elder Robert Fulton Robert Fulton was born nt Little j Britain Lancaster county ParNov I 14 1705 His biographers have him n self made man and calledI made but brief reference to entnlO It Is noteworthy that his father the senior Robert Fulton In n failure to leavo financial patrimony his children has not been accorded thet mention ot otree a9hlevements not I slight In those primitive days His IIn cestors crossed from Scotlllnd to ire land prior to the time ot Cromwell Prom Killrenny Ireland the Fulton family came to America before the year 1735 The senior Robert Fulton was among the promlnent men ot Lancaster his name having been on record upon all the town organizations i which existed nt that period He was a founder of the Prosbyterlan church the secretary of the Union Fire cow puny and n charter member ot the Juliana library of Lancaster the third library estl1bllshedln the American colonlesCenfury The Fourmilion In the Sahara said tut ekpiorcrl there Is a little insect that throws sand mid Its volleys slay They call It the tourmUlon Tho fourmillon digs Itself a funnel s aped hole of tho clr cumference ot 1 sliver dollar It lies hidden and watchful In tho bottom or this hole and when a ispldFrtor ant or beetle comes down the steep and slippery sides teta- lnhospitablo fournrilioa latmcles upon Its guest volley after volley of sandahall of stinging sand lid abundant so suffocating ao blinding thatthewieltor loses 1315 head He rolls unconscious for the nonce to thb bottom pf the hole and the fourmllion calmly die members hIm before he has time to come to hlmseagaln and puts him In the larder for the next meal j L J A Tribute to the Mernoryof W t N Martlp Oecea d Evang linISeepL 2sur rnl d r Jleeta baektti oliryounir J fhbitilfgeseot the ig1rdab j sauce of heme and home + ploaaurosIn- I 1 t itJ yV cY 1 0 III n distant land and pothing to do but tp writeonly sit and ponder over the past One tnought comes to my mind molten 1 look buck 36 or 40 years and iii see the many changes ot my own life ns well as that of many of our dear friends That thought Is of a few of our best clUzenssome of whom are liv Ing and others dead and It Is said of n truth a lunn may die but his works never die but continue to live and will lIe until the end or time Now I have Inmy mind one of Ohio counts best and most highlY honored citizens who Is now dead rTIlls wan III Wilde N Martin a man wellknown and to know aim was to love blur He was a nutn that neVer dote things by halves but always done the rIght thing at the rlgnt time Mr Martin was In religion a Baptist and could al ways be round nl his post of duty In his church and was a good neigh bor good husband and n good father true to his word and the latch string always extended to the outsldo of the door Hospitality and kindness was his watchwllrd Of our own memory wo would speak of him Us a politlcian can sets him back tn the dark days of the Republican party In Kentucky and Ohio countywhen It was considered a man was niJllyhuUded to be a Republican but being true to everything he thought was right and would build up- a people he stood for teat grand old party not for gain to himself butIfor the rising generation lie lUlew would follow him and now If the good Lord c uld only spare hie to life In this flesh and he could only realize 4he progress the party hasrmade and Is still making see our county safely Republican and Slate almost as well then no could and would ray mans works never die Could he see and realize that his son R n Martin was elected Sheriff of exclnlmso1tqUow find lit ds son I D all that hts father pBseliscd In the way of git up al14 I wlll say is one ot our fast comIng poiltictans For Sale j Ono double sawmill rig make log carriage 34 ft DremensIcircular sawe ono 62 inches and 66 Inches indlametor Ore log turn i one log hand lap pulleys shafting and everything thdt It takes to mnkeIup a first class rig It yoqwant to- go into the saw mil business come bugingItI1ENFROW DEAN t 9tt Dundee4 KY 1IForSaie jUones cherry Lohtrectlhnear Burkeand 1 tQam4ac 0V 0WSIt f fAPp1Yat I t- yv rrity i r i IiL NEED OF FOREST PRESERVATION Great Advance Made by De partment of Agiiculture South Produces Strongest Struc ural timber in The r tWnrldI 11Yeculture for 1807 foutrtry MIS ad I vanced in this couairy from an iihros unuowkn ICC IK m u usefu greying profession In t ut awe the nitmbfr i of technical uahurt foresters has In creased free less tt nit ti uuicii to over 400 left eats ago not1 wens 101 n single forest pcliool In I N tau 11I how mere uro tfevert1 iioftfcKoinl cur est schools which rank witu muse oCt Europe and u score more with course In elementary forestry whose usefulness Is steadily growing Forest lands under management have one or two tracts to many n 7503000 acres scattered grfgatlngll States Tfce National Forests creased from 39000000 tically unused and unprotected tut 165000000 acres used guarded and improved both in productiveness and I accessibility The number of States which have State forests have increas ed from 1 to 10 and of those which employ trained foresters from none to 11 The membership of forest as alfewforesters know more about American I forests than did the people of this country In Europe they were then using preservation to prolong the service of beech ties and so adding from twenty to forty years to their life Her on the other hand scarcely a treat ed tic had been laid though there are now 60 treating plants 27 of which treat ties exclusively and an engineer who recently returned from ports that both in size and mechanlI cal perfection the treating of this country Is ahead of equipmentI found abroad And yet American forestry has only safely passed the experimental stage and got ready to do something Action Immediately and vigorous must be taken if the Inevitable family of wood supplies is to be lessened Wo are now using as much wood in nI single year as grows in three with only twenty years supply of virgin growth in sight Only the application of forest knowledge with wisdom NilIlIonn1on loblolly lonleaf and Norway pines tamarack for the eastern United States and Douglas fir and western hemlock for the western have shown longleaf pine to be the strongest and stiffest of the timbers mentioned with Douglas fir a close second while western hemlock loblolly pine tamarack and Norway pints follow In the order given Fortunately Douglas fir western hemlock of which there are corn paratlvely large supplies have structural merit as hats also highI pine the principal tree in the opera tions of the southern lumber companies which arc beginning to look upon I their forest holdings as part of their cropsshouldPlans have been made for a Florid tract which Involves thtl most exten sive replanting every begun In they South The lands situated In Mhrj ion and Citrus counties include 3000 acres of sandy brush and grass covered land which it will be necessary to almeansDelaware Kentucky Missouri Mississippi are better acquainted with their forest resources by reason of forest surveys conducted In cooperation with the Forest Service Taxa tlon now the most difficult problem In State forest work Is receiving thought ful attentionDuring year the State of Alabama created a forest commission which has been organized and has be gun work Of especial Importance Is the clause which provides for exomp tion from taxation for ten years of small areas which bear a young and growlnfstand of timber provided the protected from forest fires Dul letin 1 Forestry and Forest preserva lion in Alabama has already been issued by the commission Georgias interest In forestry Is manifest In the advancement of the courso in forestry in the State unlyersi ty to a department and in systematic educational work by the newly formed State forest association which issued a publication Southern woodlands lie re ultotaatudy of Georgias forest resources with maps has been published During the past year forest work I Cures Woman Weaknesses We defer to that boon to weak nervous raftering woman known ali Dr Plcrcoa Favorite Prescription Dr John Fyfo one of tho Editorial Staff of THK ECLKCTIO MKDICAI Ruviuvr says of Unicorn root IiclOltlaslJlJlclI which la one of tho chief Ingredients of the To vorlto Proscription A remedy which Inrarlnbljr acts as autoIno invljrorator maUos for uai trial ac tivity of tho entire reproductive yxum lie continued In llelonlaa we have a medicament wlilcli n iM fully answers the above purpose than cam ttlicr dmo with which I am v0Isays Tho following am among the leading Indications orUelumas Unicorn tuudPain- or aching In the back with loucorrhtra atonic weak condltlotTv of the reproductive organs ot liomen mcntai otpressin and Ir rltabllll wsoclateUwltlfchronlc diseases of the reproductive fans of women constant ccnnatlon heat n the region of the kid ncyss menprrhacla flocdln duo to a weak ened con Itlun of tho reproductive system amenorr ressed or absent monthly pcrlodAalfilnv from or accompanylne an abnotAal condition of the dltvsilve organs IneIatxiornon tomsIjC r nall tarcoe v rite F h I tnc ugrt 01 ITr1TisUnicorn root or Etelonlas Iellts the medical proierttcs of which most faithfully represents prominentlagr1rof Flnley ElllngwcxiclM U of lien saysIt of tho womb In all catarrhal conditions and general enfeeblement It Is useful Prof John M Scudder M D late of Cincinnati says of Golden Seal root In to Its general effects on the system there a no tncaittne in vie numt vlilrh there II WM manimftp ol Iftlltlll It Is tnlvtnaui regarded an the tonic useful In all debilitate states Prof R liartholow M D of Jefferson Medical College la of Golden Seal Valuable In uterine hemorrhage menor rhaela flooding and con estivu dynmonor rbma painful menstruation Ur Favorito lfWscrlption faith represents all the above named In proolonts and cures the diseases for which are recommended In North Carolina has been confined to tale swamp lands neartheconst Iolatlwhichof education After an examination most of these forest lands were with drawn from sale until it could be dotln tely determined whether it Is better to sell the laud out right to sell tho timber on tne stump and have It cut un der tho eupercltlon of a forester or to sell nil the timber clear tho land for agricultural purpose JIll n number of cases it is eviitly the bet ter policy to keep tn forests tuldi make them a perpetual source of come to the State These examination have aj o encouraged me drainage of swamp lands especially a 44000acre tract which belongs to tiie State part of which Is good forest land A forest er has been employed who will carryout plans regarding the State land and generaliState000 acres of forest land and Its forest Interest are second only to those of agricultureDuring fall of 1007 the Forest Service coopernted with the geologl ca survey of Mississippi in un examl nation of cutover longleaf pine lands These lands are with few exceptions i In wretched condition because of recurring fires Spice they will not be yyearsltheyproducing pine to prolong an industry that means much to the State In 1900 Mississippi ranked third In yellow pine cut This business with its i attendant market for farm and other products will soon be lost without flc prevention i As a result of cooperative forest studies In the Ozark region of south ern Missouri and western Arkansas between the State of Mltsourl and Imo er companies on tho one hand and the Forest Service on the other one contllJllIlInstanding timber has begun the appll zation of forest management to its hold jugs Through cooperation between tho SerIIceUmber supply of the eastern part of Kentucky the rate of consumption and other facts which woud be of value in formulating a State forest policy I Under the Louisiana forest law iollco Jurors of the parishes similar I 10 county commissioners In other States are fire wardens A campaign of education Is being conducted to em ihaslze the necessity of preserving th torestsI Inltheof1Stateschools It has been printed as a separate and can be had freo upon application to the Forester U S Do partment of Agriculture Washington D C Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 379 Gifford Ave San Jose Cat says The worth of Electric Bitters ns a genera family remedy for headache biliousness ant torpor of the liver and bowels Is so pronounced that I am prompted th say a word In its favor for the benefit of those seeking re lief from such affictibns rrhero is norehoalthfor the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than In- Itpy other remedy 1 know of Sold mdW guarantee at all druggists 60c m I INTERESTING LETTER FROM OIL FIELDS I I Ohio Countian Tells Negro How To Cast Ills Ballot I I Evangelue Lit Sept 22 1908 Editor Republican As I urn la tuo sunny south and believing it to Le- too tedious to write a personal letter to I all my friends in Ohio County 1 will Just bunch tuem all in one in tain lot ter believing tuls will be the shortest way to recall most of the people In Ohio and adjoining counties Tills oil field is about 185 miles west of New Orleans 7 miles from the Southern Pacific Railroad Jennings being the nearest railroad station of any note It Is between two Bayous Bayou Nepeo and Bayou Decane and within 40 miles of the Gulf of Mexico We have a gllf breeze from about 8 n m until near night curd tats is flue on the laborer The land In will immediate neighborhood Is not very productive I Wink when our Creator made this special place be put tho wealth deep down in tho bpwels of the earth as the oil companies are going anywhere trot 1800 to 2300 feet deep to find oil and some of the driller findold tint ber any where from 1000 feet to 1500 toet under toe ground Now if by chance you could be lcie and seethe immense quantity of oil taken out of the ground every 24 hours you would not be at a loss to know why John DRockefeller Is so immensely rich and gaping richer Some wells are estimated at 4000 burro B every 24 hours and will pay for tiitmM lvts In four days Now you can Ligin to fig uro on n profit and rbnut how such Of course John D Rockefeller is not the ony oil king In tris field J M1 uGffoy tile man trot came to near being rllyans running niiiio for Pn iden owns as much or mon of the oil told tOil II anyone else Now liS tu tit natives in tifis country they are all French but to follow a boom of any kind you can expect mos all natlorialllles and they are all hero except the race that Bryan fed fried chicken to the other day In his backyard and thnt is the negro Now I am not quoting myself but will give the coored man a little hint of the love and affection those democrats have for him except to vote for Bryan If u negro conies to tho oil fields and asks for a Job he had about as well go to a white mans house anti insult his wife or daughter In either ease you will hear of a deain These soul I era people say goodwages were never Intended for a negro and that unless I to is driven and made to work with a lash he Is not worth standing room Now would be a very good time for Hie colored man to tnink of sonic Lin coins wise tayingf in particular tiiHj one You can fool all of tne peoj po some it the time and some of too people all tine time but you cant foul all the people all Use time Now if the Democrats would tote fair WII1 the negro and tell him what had brought about tills grout and sudden cnange rte would whisper love In his ear and woird say If the negrodout vote for Bryni Taft will carry our state good old Kentucky tills time Now my colorI ed friends I know the Republican par ty may have failed in doing soma things for you they should have done j and It may be Unit have done and saus cd to be done something I fear scone j colored folks have lost sight of the Republican party stood pat for the freedom of all mankind white or black rich or poor freedom at tile bal lot box free to vote as he may choose and to have his vote counted as cast Now we will soon be called on to votei and to vote our sentiments In Ken tucky as wo should Le in all states However tno negro In the South will vote for Bryan or not at nil quoting U e saying of some leading dentocrntb weI uave n white mans party in tho Saul nI vote for Bryan or stay at nome By this you can say you are as much u slave as sixty years ago so far 151 freedom to vote Is concerned Now catIingmy heart I have a feeling for you 1 feel just like I wanted you to vote for me I have the utmost confidence j KentuclyImoro andlwillscars to their graves in token of the treat love for liberty which Bryan and his henchmen have for them Just on J the eve of an etectlon of the most tmIi lortance for us to decide tne question whether the American people are to I have prosperity or soup houses IWlth respect for white and black where It is due lamanOliloConlalnu where It Is due I am an Ohio Coun CltfkWpERL Louisville rse Sbpvv JChq Louisville Horer Show whose recurrence IB marked each year by uch spontaneous enthusiasm and In f 1 2 l terest that It may now be rejpuide trattondlIEveryiiii indicates fhut It will com bine social brlllianre with uiiiiuullflf success trout an exhibition standpoint During tno week sumo of tie cruel stables of tub East arrived Anioni tjein were uioVo of Alfred G Vnnrter bill and VII Moore Mr Vtiuknbilt string consists of about twfitytlv btars of note Incliulilig Sir Jumes e gig hoise wniciiyCnnrles H Wilson ti ulogn e opposed In te cuampiuiiiiiiip ringa by Rjidlnnt which won till liueriutlom gig title for W H Moore of New York ut the London show last June There are iwontyfive horses In tit Vanderbllt stable to be exhibited here and these Include a park road and pony four Tho Show of fourinhand notablIand e e several coaching parties to tho race at Douglas Park next week Hrs will use tno coach Venture wnlcii he mad famous by his runs front London tll Drighton England last Hprlng wnei he was received wlii wild ivitnuliisn n by the Brltibheis who sioved tat they could appreciate a sponsinin Oil tile box of a couch wnei her they cntili one in a track suit or not Tile champion saddlers at tnr State Fuir wilt met in the Horso Sow rini and both three and fivegi tad ring s have filled well Through the week the sale of seat s at fe Lox office of tho Horse Snow in the Todd Building tows been unex amped form the demand Isis beer larger than ever boron recorded Five days before the show was to open every box nail been sod for the open ing performance and runny reservation of rue donut peats In the parquet ser etude Tree attendance of those who love iiorsis for their own sake tend spat from tie social features of their eXib kii will bu large fur till re served fiftycoin seats iitivo proved popnlir IMsny 1 irMP ham irk coin try will be lure Uti low r net will be give Ill tile milroii Is Why James Leo Got Well Everybody in Zanusvrie 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route S Sue writes My ltIs and lames Lee firmly believes hu owes Ms life to the Ute of Dr Kings Now Discovery His lungs wero so severely affected that consumption seemed inevitable wjien a friend recommended Now DIs cover We tried it and its use has restored nlm to perfect health Dr Kings Discovery Is tho King of throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds lulls no equal One duo gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee- at all druggists OOc and 100 Trial bottle free in Too late for last week SUNNYDALE- Sept 23 Farmers ate about through cutting tobacco Mr Jones and fmlly of Mnadl- onvllle are the guests of nls brother Mr B F Jones Mr A D Hjuifilm left Monday for Inrlfard w ere lie will reenter chon after a weeks nbseucv on account of culls Messrs B tiel Wllion of ilsslss ppl James and William Ronfrow of Narrows Williiim Ite fro r of Dundee were the guosrs of tt ir LTci Tr J- II Wilson Sunday Mr F D Bausiiii and unify visi Iti at JItignn Saturday and Uuadny Miss Com James of Gijalinpis the guest of her brother Mr G J lame Mr G B Leo has sold his fnnn to ilr V R Ftirguson and will leave for Oklahoma in October Jtr Mark Renfrew attended te- State Fair at Lotilsvilln last week Mrs Joe Miter and daughter Miss Elsie of Crofton are visiting relatives here Mr Alva CrunuH of Yeiiivan was the guest ft Xr A B Ronfrow Stun 11 O S T CaX Wi thethe Kind You Have Always Bought gcatnr- oShe Xy2 x jS jt jir Knew the Exact date of Funeral Miss Jano Meredith was possessed of a culinary treasure in tine person of Nancy Johnson and accorded her privileges which would have been denied one of l stcr worU mid nblly One Tuesday says tlio Rochester Herald Nancy approached her mistress an requested to bo allowed tin following Sunday off in order to attend funeral Much amazed at the length of thlme elapsing Miss Pane said This Is only Tuesday Nancy Surely they ire not going to keep the corpse un Ul Sunday to bury itj No Miss Jane replied Nancy sadly but you see he alnt dead yet l ho wont rllehe ma get better argued her emplpyer No honey said the mournful DneIllo funerals bound to come off SundayXI knows it cos hes go ing to be hung Friday t1 r irS o9a wilet sMlfcg mHtfoife Prtpam1ionrorAsf tii St t l I i Promotes DtgsatlonjCfeerrul andHestContahis neither Iness nor fiHcral II NARcOTIC a AgirdOlftD i6CT IodJlr dMslQ- I lICIIiaNfilvt liWTar- I s i lfonSotwSicmathDjarrftoca ncss and LossOP SLEEP FecSuriie Signature o- fai x r NEW YORK ECACTCntucWRAppcn isToRIAor The Kind You lave AiwayhtB- urs t 1 6 Signatureof In- Use 1For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORA TNC CVNYAYN SCNNNY NW CIIIC CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Hi rnld135lfH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150I j THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 1 75 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer3t7 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazino 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 29YEARS bay lo Of Honest Business Reputation i is Back of Every1ib KONt1MENTE SOLD BY US j GEO MISCHEL SONS y =PAc PAITC AS=1 U bit i Owesnboro Monumental Works E I 1t412414PMaiuSt Yards 2I 2tf2l8Cln St t9 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY i tf bl I tCi Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You if- J Money on All Good Honest WorK Jf Ihlorcrcraorcrcti oD c- ic eoirvrc cYcrYcrQirYrt t ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We can suit the most particular man Come over to our plac ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter psting for you without even asking for your order Wo hiive the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without eaying a word to you about itt because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean la dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way 4 CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place I THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM fit w F- I s- A I Hartford Republican CM BARNETT Efity- oax a =paorEs uznbrln 40 Roach t7r 22 FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 REPUBLICAN TICKET For PresIdent 110 WILLIAM H TAFT of OhIo For Vice PresIdent HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth D15t DR DAVID W CADDIE of La Rue Coun- tyUNCEAiENTSp FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Esq Dean a candidate for Repre tsenthe Republican primary election uary 9 1909 FOR COUNTY JLDGE- We are authorIzed to announ ce Judge W D Taylor a candIdate for reelection to the position of Judge 01 OhIo County subject to the Republl can Primary elution January 9th 1909 We are authorized to announce J U of Fordsrlile a candidate for Judge of OhIo County sUbject to the Republican Primary election Januar 9 1909 We are authorized to annouJ1ce Judge R R Wedding of West mrt ford precinct a candidate for Judge of Ohio county subject to the RelJUb- lIcan Primary election January y 1909 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G Darrass a candidate for reelection to the office of CircuIt Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January y 1909 FOR COLSTY COURT CLERK We are authorIzed to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre elnct a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Irhnary election January 9 1909 We are authorIzed to announce W S Tinsley a candidate for reelec tlon to the position of County Cour- Clerk of Ohio County subject to tb Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith ot Nest Hartford precinc- a candidate for County Attorney ot Ohio County subject to the Republican Irlrnary election January 9 1909- We are authorIzed to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford pre duct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Uel1ubllcan Primary election January 9 1909 FOR SHERIFF We are authorIzed to announce T H Black ot West lfartfand precinct u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Conn t subject to the Republican Prlrnar election January 9 It09 We are authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph precinct a candidate for Sheriff of OhIo County sub ject to the Republicun Primary election January 9 IJU9- We are authorized to announce A Dratcher of Point Pleasant pre cnct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio RepublicanPrImaI n o are authorIzed to announce T H IIenton of Centertown precinct a candidate for Sheriff of lo County subject to the RellUbllcm primar electIon lnnunry 9th 1909 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce G Davis ROal a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio County fJuhject to tbe Republican Irlurary election Jnnuar 9 1909We are authorized to annollnce- Barnard Jollx a candidate fOr Assns SOl of OhIo county subject to the Republican prlrnury election Jnnuar 9 1909 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorIzed to announce Halley Io Brown of Cool Springs precinct a candidate for County School Superln tendent of Ohio County the Republican Irbnury election Janti wiry 9 1909 HenI11 e are authorized to announce ry Leach of Cromwell preclncta can i dldatc for County School Superintend ent subject to the ltepubllcan prima ry election January 9 1909IFOR JAII We are authrolzed to announce W i L Jo1ener a candidate for reelectlon for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican primary election Jalluary 9 1909IWe are authorized to announce WiR Midkiff of North Rockport clnet a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the Republican lidI wary election January 9 1909IFOR Wo are authorized to announce Dan let KIng a candidate fpr Coroner ot Ohio countysubject to the Republican primary electlop January 9 1909 FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorIzed to announce John I Graham tt candidate Ior Maglstrat In the third Magisterial district o OhIo County subject to the can primary tIfctlop EPlbJlti I 1909 r I 1 Ir iikkel swore lwould not h- signbut pe did eiialo Dradley and nominee Tafthas id a conference in Cincinnati weekwhich was evidently very pea ant to both of them Senator BradleJ will wake thIngs lively la the Ken lucky campaign from now on Some hatsaidtint the dlt fereuce between Taft and Drynn It In the fact that you pm see Tuf further than you can HEAR ni- lwuile Bryan can be heard much fur toes than he can be SEES lion Ollie Jam Ss touring tM country In a strenuous effort to elect Dry an PresIdent while tnOso who tuv- been In the first CongressIonal dlstrlc are of the oplniou ulat Mr Juwc elctioa Is by no means certain Special interests are for Hran declares PresIdent Roosevelt Tae t- narlty e with which Mr Dan held all to Haskell until tile smell of Stnndar Oil became so loud that he had tc hold hIs nose would ludicate UI mutt Prominent operators In Rnll sires say that Governor Haskell was sled enough to talk them out of severa million dollars In various rallroau schemes A man who could fleece a Wall street lamb Is splendid material for t democratic campaign treasurer provided his record Is kept In the dark If Bryan and Kern are elected titer will be uo strikes among labors ytnext year nor for tae next four years StrIkes never occur among people witv are out of employment With the Prospects LrigLt fur n free trade tm mall factories and mlues will bO ties ed down wnltlllg to Eee what will hap lien Tie tobacco ralsers In Onlu OUlll or In Kentucky who can suppo Mr lJrnn on a psrturm whIch de elates In favor of allowing tobco from ue Pntllpplnes to be sold uolnpetillon n with our own product 1111Ibur IIt will be remembered that serest- I 1 months ago wnen It was cuarged tau use Sebrnska Demo rallc Gimpalg rune1904 + lr Bryan said he would vestigate tie story and if true woul- nave I the money refunded He In- I tlgntctIIJnough to trace the thou ey to its own brother told brotherIn law Jut It nuts I1lvtr been vetoedNow rutnes Thomas E Watson iup u lIt candldute for Presldelltwltll the charge flint the money was divided UII In tile Itrysin family antI Is there to- I this day having never come lulu tbe campaign fund at raft The Democratic National Platform dlCarllI In favor of removing tlle tariff from tobacco coming to tit United Slates from cite Phlltpplu IsIOIIJOspdtobacco If It Is removed It Is Chum ed tile tollalco raised lu te PlIlip Pines owing to the cheap labor thate can be made to take the place of all the tobacco grown In the United Sun In the course uf n few yours How i can toe Detaocrata appeal to the til- bucc growers to vote for a candl dldute for President on a Illatforlll- wnlen proposes to ruin their prosleclil no mutter wnat may be the outcome of tit ngllt with the American Tuba ice Company Hartford Ierad asks us to IX IThe way We thlllk OhIo county rut exIforItW Herald refused make any corn meat whatever when wmetirne ago w printed rue severe criticisms of can tIl1ate Bryan published by It In 190ti rand welch uunde about 2 cotumns of- matter we will say In answer to Its lultnllon to explain the basIs of i our prOdlcUon IiASKELL We mlgh tiIthe tariff off tobacco cooing lireof from the Pnlllpllne Islands and the failure ot Mr ilryan to offer any lining substantial to time AmerIcan people us a reason wily lie shout be elected President but when heI defended HliskeIl swearIng that no one nut even the President of tile United States should slander a mem her of its organizatIon had titer within less than two days forced Ute same member off hisa commIttee the other reasons seOn superfuoua Once upon n time the Judge of a tourt requIred an attorney to show ctus Why his client had not appeared 1 eln court Tune attorney Informed the Judge that there were fourteen reasons x uy his client was not present He staid In the first place he was dead Wbcrcupon tile Judge Informed hIm thathenced not glvo the other thlr tvteen I ifIieHartford Jlernld says aIn reply to the rumor that a adquarferseIn Hartford IS a ngenla loafing plate for only certain tines of Ilepu611cane the t Hartford Republican hastens to SaY all Republicans are rw llOme there inasmuch as neadIIquarters In the of one for tile lily t whites and one for the dLinnscuuchus uonemsro janitor has been seen with Ills bands on we back of- a chair In t u Center street tweeting place here Ume said i rumor was n natural cunclu- u slon- t U anybody can tell t4nat the Her laid Is driving at by thisraniblln g I way of liendetson Kentucky son of an answer to us WI1 win be obllg Tnllieraldo e onE d colored man has been seen in tile r j neadquartertt as It Is notorIous I the Democrats are making every effort to get the colored vote this year II they have not been In our headt quarters the presumption Is agalus lithe Heralds part As we notIcep weeks issue of that paper thE followIng iDemocratic headquarters I ae open tI to a suite of rooms over the Hartford Drug Co In the buildIng for merly owned by James A Thomas OJ The Tariff on Lumber iI the comparatively small Tariff on umber were to be removed the luut Ler manufacturIng located In Ilurling i ton would probaby ho moved t- Ctunnda o near the seat of producttotI CanaIi of the removed duty to tacit cnltlges nand we would continue to pay tutu i Prices we now pay Tue not result would bt our loss nf our lumber industries and most of the families to whom they give employment The same rules apply to other products that could be mnnufac lured abroad and la a way to rtriou protected farm products whIch aru- cneaileri lu Canada ulna with US Nut autd our asters 1 or llryut torn of Tariff revision Gomptrs Men for Taft ofdto e labor for Bryun Is not Very proiluctly of result When the time comes t vote union labor Inen will lie fount exercising independence in action Those that ore employed will vote to tave tint employment contInued aud- those that are out of emJlloInOut will vote for the man most likey to gin It to them Is there anyone witu sincerely bellts that the chances for the return of good times would be 1111 good If Bran is elected all they would under TuftPILe fresh Illustration in point oc currOd at two noonday uuutlug In ncliitheIlntel1latlonalto b President Gornpers to make speech TicketiIlls speech lie said Tae men wnom I have met antI FedIIthe opInion that it would be unwIse to- SUJlllort Mr Bryan The eEctlolll o- Mr f Taft means the resumption of Lushness upon safe and sound lines IntelIllgeacetmen to vote for Taft and the part and principles that made It possIble for our worklngmau to occupy the eminent position he does as compare d with the posItion occupied by the un fortunate brother In the Democrats South where cite Democratic party has opposed the enactment or facto twice chld labor laws and the organ- Ization of worklngmenLoul8lIle Herald vlIFor a Clean Primary I moral uplift has tale en place In every State of the union caidenyn ly Instrumentt4 In bringing tills about He has sought consIstently to uncover lcorruptloa In all brnncites of the gov rightleoueness wayeIswhere It was once permisabe to use money and whIskey to promote else lions In the Interest of one candldatq agaInst naotber under the present state of moral sentiment it is dls graceful and almost surely ridnous to the chances of him who Indulges In It Not that It is any more its graceful now do such things than formerly but the people hays been nuakened lbd educated to h higher j standard of mornla Hence wg flu Mr Taft acid Dryan vtetng wltIi eac other ja shaking oft every 1uten t from thelrorganizattone whtclqwonl d 1 Iseen lee4o e slight st suspicion taInt of corrupt Influence among their corps of assistants ThIs Is we- i Ideal In a republican form ot gov- ernntent Ltirity to elections uas been the cry of the Republlcau partY reooljt to a ramlly affair who shall go on the county ticket for county orrlcls at the November election next year In the choice for those uonlnations tills paper Is absolutely tieut1l11 and by no word or deed shaH tt give cause for criticism from any of tile various candIdates for favoritism It Is con cerned and VITALLY CONCERNED- in the tnnnlgement of that primary to the extent that each candldte he ne rich or poor whether he halls from lone part of we count or the outer shall have an equal chance with every other candIdate Recently r mare has been net on toot to hue the County Committee adopt a rule width will prohibit the use of money or whist key to Influence voters In the prf wary Months ago this paper took the position that under all rules of decency the party could do nothing else without endangering the success of whcerertnay be nominated at the polls next year This peUlton which asks the County Committee to adopt such a rule has been circulated to some extent among the candIdates had so far as It has been circulated has met with universal favor and we do clot doubt but that aI of the candidates will endorse h when It Is un derstood and when they have an op poriunlty to do so The petition Is as follows To 1 S Rngll1nd l L- He1rln and C I Barnett composing the subcommittee selected by the Republican Executive tommlttle of Ohio County to formulate rules to govern the Republican primary election to be hied January 9 1909 to select non lnes for We vnrlaus County om tea We the undersigned candidates believing that ItoIs to we best interest of the- RCllllbli can party of Onlo- COUnlas well liS to ourselves 11UrlIf mom example to the boys ui tile county who will soon constitute Its dtlzpnsillp re- spectfullyi request you to for mutate a ruse prohibiting tie use of money or whiskey or any utter uing of value by eiany ut the candidates either through frlllIdlC directly or indirectly before Mid prJutaryto infuence voters In tuelr choice We be I lien uat filCH Il rule will to nil irate tulpdrd peo II1I11Jll1 place our Party III posltlou Leture the vo tens ht tilt coUnty all to it sure tile electIon of the uonll laces of tile comIng primary whoever lacy mayy lto As we stated above it has not yet been presented to all of tile aindl dates md we believe that It will be endorsed by al of there So fur It has been sIgned by the following For RlllreseDlatle S Dean WeddIngJFor County AttorneyC E Smith For County Court Clerk1S S Tlueks For SicerittT H Denton T II- Black G A Ralph For JalerW f Flener- SMALLNOUS dept 29Prot M D Maddox Dearer Darn was the gust of his par crate tlr and Its ZI P Maddox and sister Mrs Jesse Hill near South Carrollton lust week Sir C 0 Hunter attended tee Wedding of Mr D L Taylor ut Hartford 1lednesday lie vas ncconlllanled los fur as Centertown by his motner Mrs Settt Hunter who wits a guest of her sIster Its Geiger Wednesday night and Thursday Mr find its James Hallows have moved from Smallhous to LIvermore Horn to ors Lulu Elmore a gIrl tit ceatlyMr and Mrs C T S Overtontare vIsIting In Drrckenridge county this week Mr Jim Igleheart Mutanzas was a guest ofMrs John C Igeheart Saturday and Sunday and attended cbtirc at SmalBrousoRev G H Lawrence filled Ills re gular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Synday lie was a guest of Mr M P Maddox Satur day night The prayer meeting met nto the home of Mr and dire Cnz Mason Sat turdaMr S E Hunter attended the pro traded meeting rat Rockport Friday nlghtsatJlr lay nl itand Sunday Ho meetingIsMr PM Allen anti wife Mr LouIs Geiger and daughter Centertownat b Sudtiayhof Mr and Mrs CaIIoyey i jtpdMr w Geiger and daughter 4ers the guests t J t PERUNA ECEIVES PRAISE r for Relieving Such symptoms as- nohiIity r Backache and Headache Mrs Tressio NI160n GPO North fith Ave Nashville world ofgood Peruna basdonemo a1cnn writes As tell of It In hopes that ItvntapmeettheeyeofeomcwhoJiaesuRtredasldid rilp- erttUy For five years I really well day wan and If I did not haveix= fins TRESSIE NELSON tCJld1Chc 1 hId backache or a pain- s0n rmherc coil reallyllfo was not worth tho 1Turt 1 rondo to Ieep goIng A oGd friend advised mo to use Pe nnythlllsnndiiI ure n nest + manor me and I have no i II jlllI and life loops bright naln 1 I P great many phases of- rn as afncnt that require tho aJ it 111 of rho surgeon int by far the Greatest number of lC awes are amenable to correct medic17ul treatment vast multitude ot women hare been- rclcred from the ailments peculiar to their sex thOUlh too use of Peruna B8 pro cflbd by Dr Hartman Lie rec les many loiters from all parts f tho country relating to subjects of vital lnteret to womankind or the vast multitude of women Dr Hartman treats annually only a small per cent of them consider It necessary to write to the lloctor at all While it Is not affirmed that Peruna will rllleo ever cane of this kind It Is ertainly the part of wisdom for etery woman so alluded to gtC Peruna II fait trialr- at air and its J G Iteuuett Sunday for dinner nIT tend Mrs Sam Iiilhro antI son Matanzas were the guests or Mr Mrs J C Drake Sunday 3trs T L Withrow and children Central City were the guests of not parents llr antI 1n Bob FulkerFon from Friday until ifonday- alr and Mrs Berry Bishop ant little son of near South Cmoltoll were the guests of theIr mother Mrs Cordella ddln1on Sunday Misses Oma Maddox and Altha Ad dington had Messrs Jess Kirtle IntI John Bennett attended church at Cen- lertorvn SundayyMr Is suffering with rheumatism iWe had a good rain last nIght which was badly needed us the dust WIIS almost unlndumble and water IUS getting SCarce for tack COOL SPRINGS Sept 30Everybody was glad to see the rata Sunday nlgllt Mrs Agues Tate and Mrs Fannie Scott attended firs Sherman ColenulI1 aMred Mr and lies WIllie Stevens Sun hMrnbarlIIaIoJRogtrstown Saturday returnedhomehas been at work for some timeI daughtlrMissday danceTuesday OWensborathemseles Master oricen Mrs Cindy Wilson visited Mrs Fan pie Scott Satuddny Mrs Fannie Neal vIsited her broth DamSundayI CENTERTOWN o3fazwellare f I ter Mrs Den AfcKenney hertoe bustHesss week f withQtAlvino- usiness n J witlattendeek 1 If I Miss Mottle WD9dB hasl I e ct 5 1 Mrs Joseph Lacelle124 Dronson St Ottawa East Ontario Canada writes ul sutrered with backache and head riche for over nine months and nothing teUeved me until I took Iernna This lnedlclno to by far batter than any other metIlclne for these troubles A few hot ties relieved mo of my miserable halt dead half allva condition I am now In good health have neither ache nor pals nor have I had any for the past year It Ivory suffer hag woman would take Peruna they would soon know its value and never Lo without It Mrs M Kliner WiS E 86th St S E Cleveland Ohio writes I am enjoying good health since take Ingyour medIcine I IJadsutrered for a good mane years previous to taking Peruna and ever since I can say that 1 a it do notknow tvhatheado the orneuralgla- Js I can most assuredly say that anybody afflicted with catarrh to any form sera be cured by taking Peruna bought rte L C Brown property ices- fwd will mop Into stunqEOan- 41aylte St Chair tpllIlu d his left foot badly Tuesday JA St Cllllr Lassad iris liver business to stogntr nroS 0 C t Taylor Dearer Data visited us this week 1Negro Proves to be Great Inventor Flat Lick K Sept 22Georg Mills a colored ncnn Is of some con Rlderable inventive genius HIs first at hIs craft was made thIs ear wnen he secured on June Ie n Patent as an ot can ThIs can Is u very great improvement oVer thE old one Later he secured another patent for a pencil holder comLiucd with badge stamp box and address His inventive genIus JIM lately been i turned to an airship Iiei calms to barn made a model of one that will work equal to mtyUtiag the WrIght brothers of OhIo have done He x- hlblted II drawIng of the model whIch had the appearance of some consIder ble merit The man was corn la obscurity In the small town of Flat LIck and by- is inveulire genius has some 14notorIetyc f country Notice The RepublIcan Executive Com- mIttee of OhIo County Kentucky Is coifed to meet In the Court House at Hartford on Saturday Oc 10h 1908 at 10 oclock ant to transact such busIness as may come before saId 7 meeting There will be Important bus Iness to be transacted and each member of the committee Is earnestly requested to be present In person tobeare respectfully Invited to attenl1 said meetingrThis 29 day of Sept 1908 NDChmnJ HoneymoonDI started have upon the last trIp of their oneymoonbegantwelve rParishaving traversed Europe Slber1n Ja andNorth intutthe c a good+ deal prolongedfeetV two Enarrtageaw ptipa rtes tgMllrecsPa- W II Mall Gaze tte- our y- l I w- bk it rt W rr w rIv lt1ga iey yI MAYCLEAf4AIETNESPOTS ASNAB6YLOoK GEIRMENTSMAKE BUSTER oPIE READ WRoTE It A RIP A TEAR MAY BE ACCIDENTAL A PATCH iS A SURE SIGN of POVERTY ARE CLoTHEs WEAR RICH CLOTHES AND YoU WILL fEEL RICHER AND GET RICHER WE CARRY SUITS JACKETS SKIRTS AND CLOAKS THAT ARE ESPECIALLY MADE foR BY GooD RELIABLE MANUFACTURERSTHERE IS A GUARANTEE BEHIND GARMENT YoU CANNoT GET SOMETHING foR IoTHING BUT iF YoU Do NoT coME To THE RIGHT SToRE YoU MAY GIVE UP YoUR MoNEY AND NoT GET WHAT IS CoMING To YoU CoME To US AND WE WILL GIVE YoU WHAT IS CoMING To YoU fOR lood A GooD HONEST SUIT fort 1500 A BETTER SUIT CUT IN THE LATEST STYLE foR 2000 THE BEST POSSIBLE EQUAL ANY TAILoRED GARMENT foR 500 A GooD STYLISH KERSEY CLoAK foR 1000 A BETTER GARMENT FoR 1500 THE BEST POSSIBLE CLoAK DONT fAIL To SEE oUR MEN J SUITS oVER I 1CoAT J LADIES AND CHILDREN CLOAKS c PRICES RIGHT STYLES CORRECTtRESPECTFULLY I r art Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 Illnois Contral t RallroadTlmej Vona UId Runlh Hinnu- No1VJne4Anme No 121doelIttleu- I NoUluI2III m Nu 1N doe 4d p n- No1O2dne4ttpm NaIrldne8ham- t You Must l Have it Right l Your prescription must be right You have your l medicine pure Your health even your life may depend upon it Tho f success of your doctors r treatment rests upon tho t integrity of the druggist We are prepared for the responsibility We guar antes accuracy of quality MAKE US YOURl DRYGGIST l HARTFORD DRUG Coe- tlncorporatedy r fEverything new at Carson Cos For fall wearing apparel see Curson Co If it is a Wedding Suit call on Car son Co Typewriter Carbon can be had atII this office Mr John Blairtliufor- was In town Wednesday I Near8reocvtnnew koodS dally t r e CARSON COe- Iff tL j 14 schplce fteshEfocerles you 1 tf91JO us Carson- stI Mr Ernie Curtis Rockport called l l St to see us while l town Tuesday i Mire 1VT Hrown Rochester was a l pleasant caller while In town Iue lIatJ N j dust i7Mrs Wallace Riley arc vla4Urgi relatives In OeorBetowgthlII weekt1Jr tt3 jt It I Y r1 t- tiJ f t rn 1 t- t RESOtvED I PROSPEROUS Oft CLEAN BROWN i oR so CLEANEDUP US EVERY To Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant For H J H1nzs pure cldar vinegar call on U S Carson 10 years old Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction here CARSON CO New Suits New Hats New Shoes and new Neckties at Carson Cos For SaleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford Ky ltf Our young friend Mr Roy Keown or Fordsvlle was a pleasant caller Wednesday Schroeters Studio over Re publican office Mr A M Barnett unit family near town were the guests or Mr Dud Mrs Alex Barnett Sunday Would like to rent two furnished rooms for light house keeping Ad tlrees Box 3V HarLCord Ky 2tf Mr and Mrs l M Porter of Clay street spent Saturday night and Sun day with their soil near Ctmtorlowu Mrs Alex Barnett w1l1 leave today for Oweushot where she will at tend conference and visit relatives Mr and Airs Will Brown of Beaver Dam were the guesis or Mrs Drown parents Mr and Mrs S E DuleSun day Rev T C Vl1son will preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 oclock n m and at night Our Clothing for young Men Is made by people who make ndtinng but young mens clothes They know how DARNARD CO Fall DullJshnve7arrived Come and select while stock Is full Hyacinths tulips Chinese Sacred Llllles Narcissus Etc BARNARD CO Misses Electra and Edith Carson will leave 39uttday for Fayette Alabama where they will spend the winter with their SlS1Cl MtSG L Thomp on tdessrsSam1i Ellisnear town sad Fred Anderson City were the guest of Misses Jssle and Dessle Raley year Rosne Saturday night and Sunday Mr Chester Keown of Company H Nl G W stationed at Eddyyllle t plaited hl pete its Mr and Mrs P Keown Sunday andMbaday uro = urnlngtoEdd1v1l1e Tuesday w S r furItlier7lt JAMES If you nre In I need or 1 LYONSI Pet Matdlig orl son Ca Come to svh you want your I heaping moneys worth i CARSON GO 7I Tltnt fall but or yours If t from Dnlnnrd Co wlll look better and please you longer IMr Mitcuell Baldwin heaver Dam was In town Wcdnefda He caled- at our office whl1e here Jerome AllenCoroner Itartford R iF D No 1 will answer phone at A HrjMrsi the guest ot her daughters Mrs DrI 1 H White nntl Mrs A Y GoodIn I hllll returned home i Mr George Arbuckle of Deaer Pain proprletor of the new meat shop has Is10ccullYlng I IW Taylor on Render street j Miss Maggie 133arlts has accepted the nsslsItnntvacant resignation of Miss Mary Smit- hMiand Mrs Howard Ellis of Denver Colorado are expected to arrive In Hartford shortly where they wl1 visit Mrs Ellis parents Mr and UrtJ I R A Anderson another relatives i I WantedRellabie energetic tuna sell luberlcatlng oils greases and toI In Ohio and adjacent countiesI or commission Yours very truly I STETSON OIL CO Cleveland OhioIMr and front Tennt seo last Sunday acid IIVOI taken rooms with Sirs Lucy Huhbard i shortlyIInI tilr James Suleiiger who tins been spending We past few wcohs visiting his brother Mr George Sulltnger at 3trs3tu i I itaslreturnedI Thu tiOlvlcell of br Alex itarneltI- haveI been nddrd to 4he tiewS and bus1- i mess departtnonts or the Rnlmblk Business or IcePn items UJUlhItd tIli him will bo nuinltfully received given prmnpl attention I Irrlw droutnwuieu lies prevailed to- Western Keuttcfiy Inn ire past forty inlne days WitS broken IJr u copious fall of rain which began early last Sunday night and conl1l1l1edi steadily urtll about daylghl- Mrs C E Raluy and daughter Miss BesstoRaleyot Roslllewere In towel Vedue day shopping Miss Bessie iss one or Onto Countys firstclass schoolteachers but owing to the scarcity of watt she fIns been compelled to closu her school for the present linelacceptedwith Barters Anderson recently made vacant by the resignation of 3flss Florence Jones who has ro turned to iter home at Drnkesboro on tue account of the 11lness of her mother Rev N F Jones pastor of tae Baptist church hero began lastlhurs day tiigttt a series of sermons which are ofmoro than passing Interest lie Is a pulpit orator or ability and should have the asslstnlHe and encouragement I of the Christian people of all dei nomimtlons The flxtthlnl session of the Louis Metroidistsession In the city or Owensboro I Bishop E R Hendrix of Kauas City Missouril Is too presiding OICtH About one hundred and forty preach ore are presen- tEstrayedfrom JIarHorllOne bay i horse mule about 14 12 imuds high had brenststralls buggy harness on when last seen Finder will be reel warded by notifying W M GRISSOM Central City Ky Telephone to E M Glslls Store I whoihavefew years went to Owensborq Tues day where they will reside in the future rrhey were quite popular hero In business and social circles and leave many friends behind who regret to see then go FOR SALE Two farms one S5 acres good hill land well watered 30 acres In good Umber good dwelling and out building the same being the farm I now live on The other 6S acres 11111 land with 30 acres la good Umber nor buildings S S ACTON Narrows Ky R R 2 SU Marriage license since our last report G R Massey PrenUs toPru die Gentry Prentls Frank E Wtn- lenvLlnton Ind to Vlrgte IehaTay- tor Beaver Dam Ed C Deno Sim- nhohstti lIlniSatati A Ptdterson- Sini ions t Berry z I yIcF Hartford toElb R Deaii HartfordH H earpl F3leknel InrtohlUhr1 dVer uonLfntonlnciIj4i u ranI f 1 3 rw We arc pi1ying lac p4r dozen for Eggs All other hinds of gold coun try produce wanted nt the highest prices tt SCIITIOADER CO ICol C M Barnett editor ur this paper left this morning for MRwauket Wisconsin where Ill will attend the National Unlou of the Society of Equity lIe will be absent several days Miss Lillian Monroe who has been spending soelhne In Now York City the guest or her brother Is expected to arrive L1 Hartford ionday and will have charge or the office or Su perlnleadent of scliooa until the flllIt- Ir ate year Rev Virgil Elgin went Ui OWOl1l bore Tueslliiy whero he m nttflIdllgt- J1l Ixmisvlllo Annual Conference or- KI E Church South He hl1l1 acceptably served liS pastor of tris rl1l11e tile past year lIII Cite lteope regard hiss or church afflllution join in tle- whm tnat lie uay bo returned 1r William Liles First Sargent- proetn of Company H K X G now stationed nt Eddyvllle is at home near Dedafor a few days visiting with his mother Mrs Mary Liles He will return the first of next week taking with him the companys heavy blankets and overcoats os they expect to be on duty the most or the winter Mr Richard Duke who was born and reared In Ohio county but has been living III Kansas City Missouri for the past forty years dtll Iu that city uue day last week lie ser red lu the Conredemte Army under GrrerI Prleetnktug part In all the raids or that ramous officer Ik was u good citizen and will lit greatly missed In ills home town c Shooting at Echols lasl Vediiesday morning Paul Julia ton sut nell Dermi iu a drwthen row lit Fehols Both tile Inca ore IW- gluos and butii worked ut Taylor 341aee They lul1 boeu W Central City un Sidurduy nnd Sunthty and returned wise a jug uf liquor hud fell out over UW u iJllIllr Tao 11111f from I Xu 8S revolver anti putlutluedDe- frails right hWllllt passing truugn vice lungs and It is tnullguL iaftrled- a uan1at wound Joruton was arrested by Suerlfl Mnrtiu turd lodged In jail hero Itt await his fumlllbg trial For Sale I wll sell any farm containing 150 acres Oil Lewis Creek tune Iud uric half miles south or Heaver Dam Ky 40 acres In timber IL good house and Job upoulug for coal back- RIChiAltu Ii TAYlOR iota Beaver Data Ky- 1uaeaWedding Effigy There Is a curious custom still llrer- aiellt In tile Beliery district of India In connection with the weddIng cere monies among certain rahmn families Just prior to tile close or the feasting a hideous ettlgy or n male figure fantastically rolled In rags sup posed to represent the bridegrooms fa thereIs carried along tile streets In procession under the shade or a sieve adorned with tassels or onions and mnrgosa leaves Every few yards duro hug the processlo0 the feet of the calgy have to he reverently washed and Its forehellli decorated with a caste marl by Its living spouse the bridegrooms mother The bridegrooms other fe male relations have several mock attentions palll to tlWIIJ by the women of the brlllol partySt James Gazette Restaurant Affiliation The wnltpr In the light lunch car looked expectantly nt lho Ilrst or fIe men who lied just entered Bring me a coffee cule nut a cup of coffee ordered the first man Ill take some milk biscuit and a glass of mill said the second Tea buns anti fJ cup or tea please renmrked tilt third A piece or cocoanut pie and a cup or cocoa said the fourth The waiter passed on to the firth Inca Dont sny It dont say Ri lie pleaded I know what you wl1nt You want u slice of chocolate cake and a cup or chocolate No I do not protested the fifth man I WlllIt a plate or ice cream and a gloss or Ice water fudges Library An Odd Legacy Thomas JelTerson the founder ot the Jefferson family or actors was remembered cUriously lu the will or Weston who was hlllllleit nn esteemed member or Garrlcks company Wes tons will contained this Item I have played under the manage ment or Mr Jefferson at Richmond and recelvet7rota him every politeness I therefore leave him all my tack or prUdence It being the only good quality I think he stands In need or Not So Blind Miranda I want to ask you to marry inc and to tell me oh George this Is so sudden Ito tell me what data you and your mother hove decided 00 for our wed dlngDrooklyn Life Publicity Twas bi the newspaper and all tho world haw knoweIt is tho motto- 9f ai lending 1 vertlslsgagency- the i vgtytroth bath sti color from he sltl rth1 nttereiEBat I a 0 I Ready for Business IQuit grumbling The dry weather is a thing of the past cooler weather Good fresh air to strengthen and invigorate Be I strong Get to world I I If YOU WORK a that the we s oft and of r j We not i you the real the as s we and no we in ar r d 1 J HERBERT Sept 2SMr Sheila Dunn aged I SS or near this ph was at Panther Creek oemesery Sunday morn- Ing Sne leave teCI1l children j Mrs Charlotte 3L Cooper or Ow- ensboro Is visiting l1cr brothers A and R IL 3IIIIer The Misses Ulce soil ClItlll of visited at J II- Chambers Satllntay night and Sunday Mr and I1rg Homer UlUgolns children of are at Mrs Amanda Stew trtn- Alessrs Arthur Heflin- I Claude Veiterfield Misses Pearl Druntr and Iktrnett din ed with Mhses Leulah and Ilarriett May Sunday ilr mite and family visited Mr Ira Dnwwl1tI family near Thrus ton Sunday Jlr Morton Holbrooks family or rilllgans Mr Frank Gbcns Owensboro who has been visiting Mr Guy Mldklrf returned Snnday Mr I herdon from Le burled at Itntuer Creel this afternoon ih died of typhoid fever Miss Halite 141kr left Saturday to visit In the ncrto school Mr und Mrs Juun Aetnaritle visited rut 31r Ind UaylS yesterday An of 31r Aetna vine was burled at Panther Creek Sunday afternoon Mr Wl1lo ed Mr Ed Miller this week I Miss Hinton fs quite sIck Mr Herbert Haynes Turuston was here Sunday The young ktdica have organized a croquet club meeting Saturday after lowing or claims against tfte of C ItI Stevens deC ue hereby notified to produce theme Pe117 at the law office cl Banaett l Smith Hartford KY em or before October 25th 1908 or they wiD h forever bar red W F Stevie Comrade Jt1cklln and Mr Walters of attended oar set g teem Sunday MrVess Thar aMrite of liens Run em Saty vices Dr 2hhltz r tRidge riindn a very nice and talk op- a You will need Overalls Read the kind we have to sell 8 5000 RViARD- 1o any engiueerfire- inall Ol workingman who Con bettor or Jacket than llpecial brand Ask your retail fur a suit they wear like a pigs nose 9- Mr 12 years experIence us a alai nfacturer of union Jlwde garments has I made 1etroitlillll0Ud fur hiiiIIgrade Over a lIsthI dependable hindr M FJCK I Mich ulOc a Buttonpj Rip Means Duchess Trousers jEver notice goods ilare that are most advertised well known merit do substitute but give articlenot just good kind Whenever possible buy tin- ionmadej goods under circurn stances would handle goods made wrongiFIZtfcD1 V1PcJIj i burled Luclle hers UlackJofl Kuotisrlfe 31f1ignnor Hnwkiaot Mattie Oscar HeuryI lioine Crawford JIII- PutmillIewll Olney infant EddlnJ1on SnnucrnLoulsvlllevht Enna noonsiAIenor1I necounts estate proven Admr BUFORD Sept 30Mfrs Sktkerltead temperance attended ecbooleer SuiidayIlkdbe finla Overall Fincks Detroit dealer Fiuelfs t Ieetroit Sunday Schools tuul Sunday School worl and low to build up Sunday schools at our temperance meeting of the Sunday sctuol lit Mt Carmel enurcu Sunday evening Mr John Blair and wife visited their son W X Illah and wire of heaver Dana Monday night and Tuesday Mr Johnson Wigington null wire have moved to theIr sonsSimot Wlg- lugtolllO make their future noutc Aunt Clara SUHnl ur East View Is visiting Mrs John King this keew Rev Fuqua aud wire or Clear Run visited Mr R R Kirk and wife Wed nesday Miss Lillie Dellof Owensboro mid Miss lnderwoudof Livia visit ed their aunt bits Walter 11air last Thursday Mr Purd Catebter and wife or hart ford attended our cuurett services Sunday Mr Os IIratcwl ur Ihrtrolll was shaking bands With Ue unit hone last week I ant for Mr Ihatceor- Mr A E lllIs was hero Sunday Mr Hicks of Suulellund visited- Mr Rosco hlolhralk Sunday Mr Waher Blutr and wife visited Mr Vicot UndulIod nail family Saturday and Sunday Mr Joe ThutnasEtiit anti ttmiiyot- Hefiln vhvledihs Uuttlo Ulohlson rind family Sunday tr Bob Ve cut and faintly of Pletumllt IUdgevlllIII Ur SRm linen Pleasant Ridge vltlliocd Me Suu1- Itnoads and funnily Sunday CLEAR RUN Sept iA nice rain fell last Sunday night wllletl was higaly I1l1l1re elated by aH Tile Ice creara suplwr at Mr n A Stewarts Saturday nlgut was largely attended and all had II delightful time Rev R E Fuqua Itlill wire ofthls place went to Owensboro yesterday on business 3A James Everting and family of the Washington neigh borliocl visit ed the family or Mr MeIurray Sun daySFarmers are about throuShhouBlng tobacco TaffyDam yesterday 1Ve are having some cold weathor Notice andieJspenaltiesUUllYR C e THE PARTY Of YOUTH Why Young Men Vote the Repub lican Ticket IT STANDS FOR PROGRESS New Voters Proud to Ally Themselves With the Party of Lincolnits Past Performances Presage a Still More Glorious Future It Is not without sIgnificance that young men who have just attained their majorIty are found as a rule voting the Republican tIcket The reu son Is plain Those young men look on the Itepubllcan party us the party of hope the party of promise and ot performance the party for whose can dldates they will be proud to say la lAter years that they cast their first ballot the party whose past needs no apology no balm ot oblivion for blun ders and for crimes no record ot slay ery rebellion and attempted repudla tlon each stamped out In Its turn by American freemen under Republlcan leadershipThe party Is eminently the party of youth With Republicans the memory of the glorious past Is but an Incentive to make the future still more glorious To the Democracy Is left the congenial occupation of fioun derlng In the marsh of bygone Demn cratlc vagaries lured on by some new and delusive wlllothewisp to the quagmire of quadrennial failure The youthful voter finds no I1ttrac tlon In such company Ill prefers toI march forward on firm ground the party ot Lincoln ot Grant Ma- Klnley and Roosevelt ot Taft and Sherman and Hughesot nearly every great American living and dead whose career has added luster to the closing half ot the olll century and the beginning ot the new The young man prefers the Republican party because It holds out n prospect tor his own advancement because In build Tng up the nation ns a whole It offers fresh opportunities to the Inlllvidnal because under Republican administration there Is n talc field for every one and every citizen Is protected In the enjoyment ot that which lie tins right fully acquired The new voter who tales his pllllO In the Republican ranks and casts Ids ballot for Taft and Sherman will have the satlstactlon not only ot sharing In the Republican victory but also ot knowing that lie has helped to assure prosperity for the country nt large and an immeasurably better chance In life for himself and those In whom he Is Interested than It the harpies of- Bryanism bad been permitted to befoul the feast LABOR TURNS TO TAFT Toilers Scent Danger In the FallacIes of Mr Bryan Convincing evIdence was furnished by the conference nt Clnclnnntl last week by JUdge Taft with Oscar Straus secretary of commerce and la- 1I0r and T V Povderly formerly Ineral muster workman ot the Knights ot Labor that the attitude or labor Is growing each IIIIY more friendly to fnrt The campaign ot education which the lIepublicllilN bare been cur rylug on has been effective and the laboting nlun so Mr Powllerly told the cunllldate Is beginning to IIlpre date the fact that II restoration ot business confidence through the alec tlon ot Mr Taft menus more work and prosperous times for hIm Secretary Strllll nnnollnces his In tentlon to go out on the stump for the specillc purpose or exposing some ot the Bryan fallacies In regard to labor Sulll Mr Straus The must dangerous of these fallacies Is presented 1- 11DIlIns slogan Slmll the people rule and well may he wl It for every one ot his leading doctrines Is u denial or that rule- Mr Straus classes Mr Itrynns gov- ernuient guarantee ot LIIIIII deposits IS next In puimit or danger to his plan for the government owuershlll ot railroads Mr Straus believes this guarantee proposition Is us great tncnnce liS the old lU to I hobby 10 guarantee deposits said Secretary Straus Is to guarntee the loans ot the bnnhs for ns n mutter ot fact a large part ot the banks deposits Is made up ot credIts extended by the bank to borrowers and by them deposited or plated on the books of Uw banks as deposits Mr Powderly said among other tbllls litter his talk with raft Labor never was better organlzlll better pall more Independent or more respected than It Is today Never was It mote secure In Its share or the outcome ot the commodity or the good will and confidence or employers All this Is due to the effort of nonpartisan well ofllcercd unions What labor organlzaI toons now enjoy and they enjoy wore than they ever enjoyed In time civilized world before came as tho result ot Intelligent cooperative effort exerted In n nonpartisan way through their unions Ofcourse there are many men out ot employment as the result of the recent depression but to my knowl edge men are returning to their old or- cupatlons aU over the country and att their old rates ot pay I recall the awful panic of 1873 and that of 1893 and In neither case did men ItO back to work nt their old wages The case Is different now and to my mind It would be suicidal for labor to vote In such away as to imperil the return ot full prosperity so rapidly manifesting Itself The Issue Is just tllIA Tort and prow perity or Bryan and paralysis MR TAFT DUES THINGS One Incident That Shows the Quality of the Man This ntcldent affords perhaps as good nn Insight Into the psycholllior Mr Taft nil any that could be the It II lustrates the way Mr Taft does things the way he Works and the way hI plays foi when he plays he plays n4 hard and zestfully as tie works With him the thing is todo It Accomplishment is ever his attn 1t happened while Mr Taft was on the sea bound for ManIla to open the Philippine 11- 11semhry The narrator watched the pro ceedlags ot close range Three men stood between decks on the steamship away up In the eyes of the ship nnd contemplated n hole ten feet above their heads A narrow Iron ladder led perpendicularly to the deck The e1r- cUDlrerence or the hole seemed to approximate that of a sugar barrel One ot the then Ambassador OOrlen bound for Tokyo was tail and spare lean and sinewy Thp second Judge Thomas Burke ot Seattle was short and rotund The third Mr Taft was larger and heavier than the other two put together It Would be easier for the camel to go through the needles eye Mr Sec retnry than for you to get through that hole bantered Judge Burke I wouldnt like to try that climb Ill confess said the ambassador Well I dont know rejoIned till 295 pound secretary ot war It looks like n tough proposition For n moment the three turned aside to exntnine something to whIch their attention was directed Unregurdlll- Ir Taft stepped to the foot of the hid der and observed It contemplatively One might have deduced from ids ratan per that his thoughts ran something like this Thats n hard climb and that hole looks smaller than my hotly but those fellows dont believe that I cnn climb ap that ladder nllli Itthrough the hole I believe I can Im going to try It Before lie was spied Mr Taft had halt scaled the ladder Ambassador OUrlen and Judge Burke despite their lesser weight expressed lu theIr faces nn approximation ot dismay wheu thelsn what the secretary way about Youll never make It better cOllie back advised the ambassador Look out the ladder doesnt break cautioned Judge Burke Round after round the secretary progressed until hIs body was halfway out ot the hole Whn the circumference ot lils girth came Into conjunction with the ch- cumferellce of the hole It was n tossup for n mInute whIch would win But- Mr Taft proved that be hndnll elastic waist line which von over the uu yielding limits or the hole But It was- a struggle lIe stuck to It grImly and doggedly The lifting ot 29a pounds ot dead weIght by the muscles or the arms Is n task that woulll tax the strength ot II tar lighter man A final heave und Mr Taft bopped upon the deck ns lightly liS n boy Uo was sm1l1ng nil over lIe had won Tlmt passengers who had watched gave him a cheer lie would have stayed In the hole and fought It out for IIn hour rather than retreat That Is Tuft NEGRO AND DEMOCRACY Would Be Suicidal For Colored Men to Vote For Bryan One or the greatest negroes thIs country has lowl1 u leader or his race and till honored confidant or President Grant mind Secretary Fish recently said lt would he suicidal for colored miimi to vote for Bryan They have uothll1 to hope for from the Democratic party which has disfranchised thelll lu the south and which professes to regard thaw ilK unlit for the ballot anywhere rho only chance for the uegro Is with time ltel1ublkan party and It will lie u sad day for the uegro when u Itepubllcn- presldeut will be elected without the votes or negroes having helped to place hIm In hiowcr- In view lit the fact that Bryan hIm self has approved uegro dlsrranchlse went In the south there cnn be no doubt ot hIs attitude should lie bl elected to the presidency whlll the southern Democrats would regard northern uegro votes for their cnnlll dates as nn Inllorsemellt by the negro race ot southern treatment ot time ne groIt Is Impossible to believe that uny negro who bas studied Intelligently the history ot his race will go Into the voting booth nUll cast n ballot In favor of Bryan and ngulnst Taft and Sherman the Republican candldntesthl candidates of the party whIch opened the door ot hope to the colored man which gave him the ballot and safeguards him In Its use In every state In which Republicans rule- Democracy DivIded Thomas L Ulsgen Hearst candldnte for the presidency looks for the elec tlon ot Taft and then a new align ment of political parties Mr II1sgeD saysThe Democratic party Is dividing The radical and the wore conservative elements can pull together only a little while longer After Bryan Is do tented for a third time thero Is bound to be n new alignment of the people and the Democratic party will dl9ln- tegrnte The Republicans will get some ot those former Democrats and the Independence league will get moro ot them The campaign of 1012 will be fought out by n different set ot political parties from those now In the field Urynns scent handicap In running for the presidency Is that he cznnot run away from his record The wind bloweth where It Ilsteth So does William Jennings Bryan It Is a way they both have i Blooms but to DI The tallput palm Corypha utitbrncu- litera ot Ceylon whose leaves are put to such numerous titres by tlteClngtiJ lose bears fruit but once during ts life ThIs elegant tree measures about ten feet round the trunk and attains u height ot about 180 feet The flowers the appearance ot which presnges death to the tree ore Inclosed It a tall spathe which bursts with n loud report dIsclosing a huge plume of beautiful blossom The Inflorescence Is succeeded by equally conspIcuous bunches ot fruit When these have ripened the tree withers rapidly and In the course ot n torhmight may he seen prostrate and decaying on the spot It adorned Ho Might Have Married FltzGreene Ifalleck never marrIed yet ns Mr HOWe reminds us In his American Bookman he could not have been without attractions for a certnln superIor lady Is reported to have de dared It I were on my way to church to be marrIed yes even It l were walk lug tip the aisle and Unlleck were to offer himself Id leave the man 1 hind promised to marry and take him To tills perhaps should be Joined his rplgrnm written for a young lady who bad asked for his autograph There wanted but this drop to nil The wifeless poets cup ot tame Hurrah There lives a lady still Willing to take his name Playing to the Cook- Mr Subberton yelling to kitchen Sawdust and milk crust Adam and Eve on n raft and wreck owl On theI cantaloupe Draw one Make It three nil round Mr TownleyGrenteer how pardon me old chap but whats It nil about Mr SubbertonShl Wevo got a former restaurant coolen penchnnd we have to order that way to keep heron time jobPuck I Pleasant For the BrIde At time close of n weddIng breakfast I a gentleman noted for his blunders rose to his feet causing keen anxiety to nil who knew him Ladles and gentlemen he crIed genIally I Drink to the health of the bridegroom May he see mnany days like this Poor Board I sir snit Mrs Stnrvem that n certain scientist claims well soon get a palatable food from wood Well growled the cranky boarder It seems Impossible to get It out o- fboardPhlindelhpli Press It Is a brief period ot life that Is granted us by nature but the memory ot a well spent life never diesCicero- DAMS INVENTED NEW TORPEDO Passed Through Fourteen feet of Armor Plate and Ten Feet of Coal Lieutenant Commander Cleland Dn vie United States Navy has devised n torpedo gun capable of tearlug holes In tile best armored warslilpHuroat No more thun a score of perbuus have eve Seca the Davis torpedo gun hi ac thou und nut oue third of that number could descrige It If they would It Is one of too secrets of Uw Navy Do- vartn t nit that Must Ill kept n secret to umaiutidn Its vlllul But enough is known to prove that the Davis In tentou Is tit grfnlllt IIdvllnlO In tile urt of hitting Uue enemy hardest since Erlc6EoJ set Ills Ytuikee cheese box hex on n plullle and cleared the sea or many times Its weIght in lion clads 11t fe limo luverdiomr of Coummnder- Mavis Is called n gUll It Is In reality iul imprOVed torpedo Torpedoes such as those In general use Iletonnte when ey strike the exterior or u slmlpIt uun and lueo much of their effectiveness through the escape of gases The Davis t01IIdllls fired frum un ordinary torpedo tube operates by compressed nil mid IIIIS an effective range ot nt least n mile LUw the torpedo proper Is becomes destructive wren it strikes an obstructlun elthp the Sido of a battle ship or a vessels torpedo netting but uullke toe comsat torpel It does not itself detonate Imnlcdhleyj ott impact II high explosive In set off wllon disebarges a projectile througn the hull of the ship Tls projectilo contains another charge of explosive with n time fuse attached which set workIng nt time laonent of the orlI ginal impact Tile projectle Is hurled tllrough the armor patet or the target amid explodes Inside the hull with n destructive force sufficient to sink the finest flhtlng craft afloat Much stress Is laid upon the fact that EngIUshhas no effect ngulmist the Davis orp- edo gun In actual trial at Washington the Davis torpedo gun recently hurled a projectile through seven Inches orar mor plate then through 10 feet ot SURE CURE Fot All Diseue o- fSTOMACH h LIVER a KIDNEYS f cooIalld again through seven Inches of armor on the other side bAs the projectile Itself was riot charged with explosive the umorint or destructive force that would have followed wits not demonstrated attbut test but the experts have n Way ot calculndngl there details that leaves little to time Imngl nationThere Is not n battle afloat that can ive tenm minutes after It Is hit with that projectlle exclaimed one ot the men who saw the test and there was no one present to dlugre with him A more recent test held In Boston Harbor showed equally surprising re I suIts A target lank had been con oflaI iron with three Interior bulkheads This tank was formery then property I ot tile Standard 011 Company It was ballasted with 40 tons of scrap Iron I and submerged 1112 feet rrho projectile was driven clear Into the cen I ter of the tank welch sink n 15 seconds and the torpedo gun was found and return ed to the government storehouse In ns good condition as the day when It was turned out of the Waite head factory Who force of the ex dunInitopedo tube Commander Davis had shrunk two steel broads around It One of these was found broken In two and the other stretched to such extent that It could be moved from Ion end of time tube to the other Yet the tube Itsef remained unInjured Site Likes Good Things Irs Chins E Smith ot West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and haw adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills ns our family laxative medicine I bocause they aro good nnd do their work u1tltout making n fuss about It These painless jmuriflors sold at all druggists 25cINotiCt to All Interested IIt having been ordered by the Ohio ycunty Union of the A S of E at l Its last meeting that wo act as re- vivers reorganizers and organizers ot locals we deslrre to slate that any community or local desiring our services may procure same by arranging for a meeting and giving us n weeks notice- S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPresI I For Sale Wo have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford road one and half miles front Sunnydale directly on the M II E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard amid abundant supply of freestone water 75 acres at Davidson Station on time Oweuiboro branch of the I C R R GO acres flue bottom Inud will grow 54 or SO bushele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling sing and halt eIght rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT C SMITH Agents i What Would You Do If three good physicians yourII could not live longer than I sic weeks And if you should get well after us I ing only 1200 worth of- I Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like con I dition to do I have to thank you for saving im wlteR life two years ago We halt continued with the doctor until the thIrd doctor like the two previous ones saId that nothing could be done for her that she had better be taken home from the hospl1l1l to quietly walt which would not be over 6 weeks at the most I brought her robablyDrmight help her to I got a bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills I and commenced to mh them to her We soon seen nn Improvement and encouraged by thlll we glv elevenbottlestakes It occasionally now It she feels the need am In the mInIstry and- Rave been for 44 years- REV P 1onLLIGAN- Oonda Springs Kans Dr Mlles Heart Cure le sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the tint bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical CoElkhart Ind I 1ckRetlefndCtueteeQid ache Daoache Disalne- IndigiMioa i M ilai eta J A Dreotoryohio Count3 Circuit CourtT F Blrldleat Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldklf- lJttler Ed 0 BlUTO8s Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommissionerY 1 Most lei Trustoe Jury Fund Ro it Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputiesS A Uratcher 1 P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Orant Pollard court convenes fIrst Monday Inl1altand AUgUst and continues three weeks and thIrd Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW D Taylor Judge W S TInsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Courtlleglne ou the litre Monday In January April July and October Court Of claimConvenes first TUes TuesdayOther OfflcerN Moxley Surveyor hreveS W Leach Assessor lit ROyJameaDdWees School Suporlnlen eat Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 2 Juno 23 September 2t DeCember 4- W R Zollller Horse DranchMarch 6 Juno G September 2i December 26 W S Lean DundleMnrh n JIII 26 September 26 December 2- 7tv It Edge orIIRvllelalCh 2sMlunr 2 September 27 December 28 B S ChamberlaIn Bel1llIolarch zs June 26 September 2f December 29 Herbert Render CenterlownMarcl- e June 2i September 29 December 30- eoimn H Mlles RodportMarch 3m June 3J September 31 December rHARTFORD POLICE COURT GlemaCityAttorneyconvenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church bothtlervlcea lIeclnO Sunday tn each month at U a m and 7 p m and tth tinday 7 p m prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptlst ChurchSerylcee helll Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nIght and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ev1j- hrBday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlston ChurchServices every fouru- Sunday at H a m and 7 p m Rev W D WrIght Pastor School Trustees IlartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnllleyC M Barnett CIty CouncllJ n Williams Mayor TrewolurerdtCRET hUCILPIES- Ilartford Lodge No 6i5 Jo n AIR tone meets first Monday nIght In each EThomaseverythirdR Riley High Priest Roscoe Render Secretary Rough RIver Lodge No tlO Knlghll of Pythlas meets every Tuesday nIght n D Walker C C n C Porter K- of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T MM PheoWnord Keeper Sunshine Illve No n L O T M Meets first FrIday evenIng and thlre MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regUlar meetings Saturday be the first Sunday In each month FI Porter Commander n A Andermt- iAdjt OhIo TrIbe No 1S8 Imp Order Ree Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nIghts In each mOnth Isaac Fostei ley Sachem J Rey Foster ChIef of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I R O F meets every second and fourth Monday bight nt 730 G D Likens N a 0 M Shultz Secretary t OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity o1 National Officers- C lt BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VicePros Trenton Ill 0 D PAULEY Sec Treas Indlnnn polls State Officers J C CANTRlLL Pres Georgetown Ky S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Denver Dam Iy DAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford KyI C E SMITH Sec Ilartford Ry The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS BY lONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr GVmbel1and Telt TellCu iNCeaio8ATEDI rlEUTRIDIIlnEIITs 1btIAeioe CurMivr- MndicIIs 1I Ic fir Guraat tdhsa dl- r 1 f T r 7i P3lOrSSlg lVl1 Ca OYII arCBHMtra BARt4ETrSMITH 3 ATTORNEYS A T LAW k HARTFORD ICY but practice their professIon In ail the courts of OhIo ant adjoInIng counties and Court ot Appeals Special attention given to oil business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build log FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoinIng counties and In the Court ot Appeals CrimInal practice and Col lections II SpecIalty Office In the Herald buildIng CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In aU the courts of OhIo and adjoInIng counties and In the Court ot Appeals Special at to crImInal ant tJ tttobuildIng on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAN HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts kc also Notary Pub lic for Olio county Office north side pUblic square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAITFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claIms for pensIons lac Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Publlu for Ohlo enunty Office over Wmloms Drug Store M LIII AtitlN Ii11N1tT WlronaAnJ HEAVRIN WOODWARD G oCt1 h S Co lt F HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In aU the courts ot OhIo county and Court ot Appeals Special attention gIv en criminal practice and collections Office next door to Bank ot Itarttord YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW F HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession In aU the Courts ot OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank w n BARNES S A ANDERS01 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavelice of Law In nil courts State and Fed eral wIth offices south side of MaIn HarttordKyaffecting Titles to Real Estate gIven specIal attention Notary In officesW II BARNES S A ANDERSON 23PIPROCURED seodmodel tree roport marlseoprrlCM4eteTwiner direct dtll lIasldKtolllal time- ason7 andofles lie Patent and InfrIngement Prsctlce ExclusIvely Write or coins w at eta truth rttmtomeWASHINGTdN KILLTHECOUCH AND THE LUNCS KingsNew Y FORCgULCSHSo rfreeALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES Gt1ARANTUDSArISPA OB UNDER A v- aUOwsRgMoKlwn obtleedta l ezpeaeeandhelprantoenooatiiaa00r 00 PagamDWry pv A for pp reltore aaUQooaP i 1 WSHINOT tatr + l A 4 mlr y i 1- Iii SUPPLEMENT TO I The Republicanr Hartford Ky Friday Oct 2 1908 P PHILOSOPHY OF BRYANISM thephttosophy illustrateIf corporations abuse their power plumbIng trickytDryanIscreated asanues by flat All monopolies are unjust and dan gerous Hence wo should abolish the thedevelopmentFederal ownership of trunk line Consequentlythereschools for the Instruction of locomo brakemenconductors thatthetoo honest Obviously the way to avoid that peril Is to make the Ameri dishonestthroughLabor is Insufficiently rewardedsays Bryan This Is true generally labor prevailsTariff DryanMys tohighthan prosperity and the rusting ma beautifulthanTho philosophy of Bryanlsm en andIncitescheaptaborest dollars It is today precisely andhashourThoURYANS LATEST FINANCIAL DE- LUSiON Former Secretary Shaw Explains Some of Its Monstrous Possibilities The address of former Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw at tho Illinois Republican State Convention brought homo with all the emphasis of facts and figures that trained financier could command tho utter folly and impracticability of tho Bryan depositspromised in his platform the creation of a fund for the relief of depositors In failed and failing institutions State and National Tho trust com panies of New York alone lost In deposits 320000000 In forty days yet no depositor has lost or will lose a penny and no stockholder will real ize less than par for his stock It would have required 200000000 to nave safeguarded the banks of New York City alone and at least 500 000000 for the entire country during I the panic of last year With a fund created by assess ment and under Government control directors would never sacrifice their Individual fortunes as they did last winter to save their Institutions Thoy would throw tho responsibility of suspension and widespread dlsas tcr upon the Government Let tho Government assume such a responsi bility and the Government will be called upon to make it good Does the Democratic party asked Dir Shaw intendto withdraw 500 000000 from the channels of trade and lock it up against the day of disaster which comes once perhaps in ten or fifteen years Tho more the Bryan bank guaran tee scheme receives attention the more glaring not only the fallacy and absurdity of the scheme Itself but also the freakish instability of Bryans mental processes that permits hIm thus to stultify himself In seek ing to make fools of the public The bank deposit guarantee scheme will go down In our political history as another added to tho list of financial delusions which have been put for ward under Bryan auspices within tho past twelve years to test the san ity of tho American people In every instance the peoplohave proved themselves sane by rejecting the delusion KOOSEVELT NOT A MENACE TO PROSPERITY Notwithstanding tho careful scru tiny of an vigorous policy of Presi dent Roosevelt in relation to large combinations of corporate wealth right thinking men whose interests aro affected do not regard his activi ties as a menace to prosperity The latest utterance from such sources Is Voiced by Elbert H Gary chairman of tho board of directors of the United States Steel Corporation It was made In London at a dinner given to him at the Reform Club by Sir Hugh Bell president of the Iron and Steel Institute In the course of his 14 remarks Mr Gary took occasion to say May I digress for a moment to speak of our President Mr Roose velt who has sometimes been misun derstood if not misrepresented He Is not an enemy to capital or of busi ness prosperity Ho believes that s right conduct is tho first essential ofoNational health but ho also believes that material success and growth are necessary He does not attack Indl vlduals as such be they rich or poor but opposes what ho conceives lobowrong whoever perpetrates it General Jacob Coxey of Ohio Whoso army of unemployed marched to Washington only to bo kicked oft tho grass by a solitary policeman Ms flocking with Bryan this year This ls distinctly proper and consistent These eminent reformers for revenue oily become wealthy by outing Calamity In various tones at voice ti t r j 1 GENEALOGY jnHE TUFTS Sturdy Stock From Which the Republican Candidate Springs First Ancestor in New England Was Robert a HouscwrlghtAmong His Forebears Were Ministers Teachers Lawyers and Statesmen In the last years of her life Mr Tafts mother Mrs Louisa M Taft who died recently devoted much of hor tlmo to compiling the history on this side of the water of tho Taft family and of her own family the Torreys Mr Tafts first ancestor In New England according to data gath JudgeAlphonsoRobert was a housewrlght who settled at Menton Mass in 1669 going BraintreeJosephElizabeth Emerson who was tho granddaughter of the first minister of wasCaptain 1743Ho though ho established a reputation as a scholar ho had to leave college be fore ho graduated Aaron lived at Uxbridge Mass and Townshend Vt and married Rhoda Rawson tho greatgreatgranddaughter of Edward Rawson secretary of the Massachu setts Day Colony from 1650 to 1686 Peter Rawson the third son of Aaron was successively a school teacher a lawyer Judge of the com mon pleas judge of tho probate court Judge of tho county court of Wlndham County was a county com member to Cincinnati Ohio In 1841 where AlphonsotheAlphonso Taft was born In Town graduatedfromacademy at Ellington Conn and was a tutor at Yale Following his ad toCIncinnati UnitedStates cityforof tho endowment fund for the Uni UnitedStatesOhioSecretaryand an ardent abolitionist daughter shelefters Charles Phelps Taft is the proprietor of the Cincinnati TimesStar The other son Peter Rawson died in 1888 Judge Tafts second wife was Louisa Maria Torrey whom he mar InInfancysecond son being born in 1857 Henry Waters Taft of Now York is the third child Horace Dutton Taft the fourth and tho fifth Fanny Louise wife of Dr William A Edwards of Los Angeles Cal In closing her notes Mrs Taft wrote of her son William Taftthroughoutpublic career has received promotion continuously is ample evidence of his capability and reliability and of the sterling integrity of his character descendantfrom WeymouthMass ber of the House of Deputies and ofthata captain in the militia Mrs Tafts thofifthtradition proportionedIroy was Mrs Tafts father Her Watersdaughterthe village of Armory She was a granddaughter of Colonel Jonathan Holman who raised a regiment dur gallantly Mrs Tafts father accumulated a fortune in tho West Indian trade and retired in 1831 to Mlllbury Mass InWilliamstriking characteristics which had marked their ancestors Of her mother Mrs Taft wrote Mrs Torrey was a woman of rare endowment and character well edu highestInterestthought She had an irresistible desire to know tho best that had been written in literature and philosophy and she had the courage to follow the views of truth which her active and progressive mind attained to their conclusionsThis Mrs Tafts estimation of Mr Tafts maternal grandfather- Mr Torrey will be long remem bered BE a man of marked individual ity of thorough business methods of Inflexible integrity with a decision and type of character which left a lasting Impression wherever ho was known It happened that bo was called upon to assist at the burial of many of his Juniors In a green old age steallyAmidFell just around him Belonging to the heroic ago of New England ho never for a moment lost his bearing of a gentleman of the old school Without office or tho de respectfsessed ageAsI fricnUi Whatever may be his Mr Bryans present political potentiality may be ascribed to the fact that hitherto ho has not been allowed to carry out his program Governor Hughes at Youngstown withBryanmay gather but they will never have- a chance to talk r r Sa Ie r J l t t SUCH A DIFFERENCEfMrBryaXi is tin oldtune Dcinocrat of tJieschool ofJefferson and Jackson nntljlildcn TLOlNJ1s coat may sedtn ofntanyicolorsllQnty Wattorson TAFT ON THE STUMP That was no con talk Ho nlnt no great orator but you bet ho means what ho says Bryan wouldnt have told us the truth as plain as that but he meant what ho said and hes gol tho nerve to toll the truth These are but a few of the comments all 01 the same tenor which could be heard when Judge Taft addressed 400 coal miners recently at Athens Ohio In the speech Mr Taft declared tc the union miners that he had issued Injunctions Said he I issued them because the rights of tho plaintiffs demanded It When I am on thE bench I enforce the law and I have no apology to offer After the utter ance thero was a pause of almost dra made Intensity and then those 400 miners broke not only into applause cheersWith Nebraskan manipulator of language in mind Judge Taft said to a Sandusky audience I cannot dwell In the cerulean blue but have to deal with facts Because Bryan has more experience than any public speaker of the day on tho stump and this experience Includes several Pres idential campaigns in which ho was the candidate it was thought in some quarters that tho Republican candi date might be at a disadvantage at this game But Mr Taft has come on amazingly In this regard At first he spoke from manuscript then from notes and at Sandusky and Athens he spoko extemporaneously as he did at various points on the route to Cin cinnati and the effect was Instanta neous in spontaneity of responsive chordBryans ability at word painting and to clothe glittering nothings with poetical language Is now becoming to be regarded merely as such It is all something apart from tho business In hand It is like play acting Good enough to see and hear but very lit tle use when wo all get back to work All very entertaining but no help In the affairs of life that dally press For this reason Mr Bryans light and airy nothings do not make the lasting Impression on his audiences which tho slmplo truths that Mr Taft expresses with such absence of oratorical effort make upon his hearers The situa tion is something like the debate between Douglass and Lincoln Tho former tickled and swayed his hear ers but they carried away what Lincoln said and the great Abolitionist had completely won them when they got home Much In the same way Bryans most enthusiastic auditors for the most part will go homo and think it all over and then vote for TaftOratory for mere oratorys sake with nothing behind it in the way of suggested serious achievement is the effect produced by the brilliant orator of the Platte One has been enter tained by the rhetoric of young men Just emerging from a college courts but hardly impressed as much as by what is said by one of distinguished public service or of achievements in the affairs of life As Judge Taft starts out on his speechmaking cam paign no misgivings need be enter tained as to the outlook While listening to or reading Bry ans attacks on wealth good Americans should not forget the example furnhfhed by William Howard Taft Ho has been a public servant many years and is still poor How much do you supposo he could have re ceived from any big corporation law legalservicesAside his duty to his country to feather his nest r T i I fi t ti t TAFTS CHARACTER AND BRYANS From the Philadelphia Press Tho difference between Judge Taft and Mr Bryan is precisely the differ ence between tho policies for which Republican halfbaked proposals of Populism corporation haters and railroad bait ers to which Mr Bryan Is the real heirTho Republican legislation of the last four years proposed a fair 1m partlul court In tho Interstate Com merce Commission where any ship per could go who thought a rate too high and any railroad who thought u rate too low To this was added tho requirement of complete and accurate reports of all railroad operations Justice law and publicity are the Re JudgeTufttraining experience and record But this Is not what Mr Bryan has labor ited or the estate to which ho has been adjudged heir in tho probate court of public opinion The whole sale sweeping cut of freight rates the harrying of railroads wild schemes for Government ownership laws de nying railroads and corporations a re sort to the Federal courtsthese aro the assets of tho inheritance to which William J Bryan Populist agitator and corporation baiter Is heir It Is because tho American people propose to reform railroads and great publicity rightfulheiryears From the New York Sun It may seem to these conservative Republicans and there must be con servative Democrats who are In sub stantially the same frame of mind that even granting whloh we do not that tho Republican platform Is not superior on tho whole or at least a little less demagogical than the Dem ocratic granting that the Roosevelt policies are to win whoever is elected still Mr Taft by his character by his training and experience as a lawyer and a Judge by his essential sobriety and sagacity is naturally more con servative than Mr Bryan and moro likely to give tho country an administration satisfactory to conservatives Somebody Is going to bo disappointed and disillusioned no doubt in a year I or two but wo cant believe that tho disillusion and disappointment will bo in relation to tho nature of Mr Taft NO NATIONAL POLICY Tho Democrats in dealing with tho tariff as in other matters have shown that they aro good critics but bad actors Their platform will not de clare for free trade but they will at tack the protection policy of the Re publican party with arguments which if sound would justify free trade If entrusted with power in tho Executive ofllco and both branches of Congress they would adopt an illogical tariffI giving liberal protection to tho in dustries of tho South and grudging or inadequate support to those not rep resented in that section The fact is that tho party has no National policy and is united only In distrust of the purposes and policies of the opposi tion Dubuquo Times Now that Samuel Gompers Is In politics ho must expect to bo closely watched by many of his followers who are anxious to see whether ho will develop any ambltlons or personal benefit YALE MENS FEALTY TO MR TAFT Rising above the comparatively un- Important and conventional consid erations that surround Mr Tafts col logo days one enduring feature ap peals to the attention That Is tho absolute and unquestioning loyalty with which his classmates and Yale tacit generally cleave to him Tho fealty of 78 men to Mr Taft Is Infinitely stronger than it was when they clasped hands for tho last tlmo commencementdayThe reasons for this are plain Ho vindicatingtheirworlds affairs that as his father Medlocrity Jio has returned confidence with con atrectlonforhas never put aside an opportunity to acknowledge tho Indebtedness to tho Impulsethewhendiscouragement mockedTaking a leaf from his personal ex student consin In a talk on college friend ships this incident Whllo In Manila in 1902 I was palacewithI painfulIllness havelikedthoyseemedcism at that time The shadows of dayhadpessimistic depressedwhouYale had been celebrating her classhad itInrememberedThis everything andshonocouldnotnotlightmyselfstanding generous becausotheythat they would bring to bear In thelovocollegofrlondshlp Mr Taft recently was quoted as expressing himself In this way moredopresslng bokeptfragmentaryroportsto what conditions are So Judge Taft said in speaking of ThisIscould not shirk if he tried Jreatdemand buttheirswarty 7 S BRYAN FAILS TO PROVE CHARGE OF EXTRAVAGANCE Though Challenged by Mr Taft is Unable to Specify Where Expenditures Could Be Le gitimately Reduced A SURPLUS NOT A DEFICIT Tho Democratic Candidate Must Either Confess Himself a Stupid Novice In Regard to Public Fi nance or Else Appear as One Deliberately Seeking to Mislead the American People as to Fuels Mr Bryan hermetically corked up on tho old issues of free silver Imperialism and government ownership of railways Is scrutinizing the record of Republican administration during tho past twelve years with a micro scopo to find some pog on which to hang an attack It would not be al together surprising if a party which had done so much in this period to ad vance the glory and economic progress of tho country has made a casual error hero and there Those twelve years have witnessed the war with Spain which gave freedom to Cuba and Porto Rico and brought the Phil ippines under American authority They have witnessed the emergence of the country from depression and the firm enactedgroundInto law by a They havo witnessed the creation ot- a navy which Is carrying our flag with honor around the world They have witnessed tho extension of the strong hand over the railways and the great corporations In behalf ot equality of treatment for all citizens In sum and substance these twelve years have witnessed for the average man a degree of prosperity and com fort never before equalled under any flag in any country since tho world beganIn picking flaws in this record Mr Bryan has taken upon himself to crit icise the appropriations of the last Congress and to make the declaration that there was a deficit of some 60 000000 In the last fiscal year U Mr Bryan knows what he is talking about this reference to a deficit Is amazingly disingenuous Secretary Cortclyou punctured this particular Bryan gas bag effectively soon after the fiscal year closed on lIme 30 Ho issued a statement showing that when the proceeds of bonds sold were add ed to the receipts from taxation and miscellaneous sources and allowance was made for tho reduction of tho public debt there was no deficit but a surplus The appearance of a do ficit was only arrived at by counting all expenditures for the Panama Ca nal and other public works and fall Ing to count on thosldo of tho receipts tho proceeds of the bonds sold for the construction of the canal It is tho custom In nearly every other civilized Government to Issue bonds for all public works but so largo have been the receipts of the Treasury of tho United States that it has been the custom to pay for these permanent investments of capital out of current receipts It Is a bad system of book keeping and Secretary Cortelyou has announced that he proposes to correct it It might have been pardonablo for the man in the street to be misled by tho present form of Treasury statement It is not pardonable on tho part of a man who pretends to boa student of public questions Mr Bryan must either confess himself a stupid novice in regard to public finance or as deliberately seeking to mislead tho people as to the facts The tremendous expansion of mili tary and economic activity through out tho world has undoubtedly led to a volume of expenditures which calls for serious consideration In Germany It became necessary last spring to issue a largo loan to cover ordinary expenditures and to consider every possible means of Increasing taxation In Franco tho ministry even pressed through tho Chambers the proposition to tax tho coupons of tho public debt thereby taking back from tho citizen in taxes wJlat it had promised to pay him in interest when he loaned his capital In Great Britain changes in the rate of the Income tax afford a ready means of adjusting Incomo to expenditure butthe burden falls heavily first upon the small shopkeeper and Is shifted by him largely to the masses whom he supplies with dally necessities In all these countries substantially all public works of a permanent character whether great or small are charged to special ac countsSecretary Cortelyou has already announced that ho Is having the sys tom of bookkeeping at tho Treasury overhauled and modernized All ad ministrations in the United States are prevented from applying the pruning knife resolutely to expenditures because there Is not tho complete con trol of tho budget by a single Minister which prevails In Europe Some steps in this direction should undoubtedly be taken but few voters are likely to be misled as to tho relative efficiency and Intelligence In taking such steps which would bo shown by a Bryan administration on one hand or n Republican administration headed by Mr Taft on the oth er Mr Taft In his speech of acceptance requested tho supporters of Mr Bryan to put their fingers on the items where expenditures could bo legitimately reduced Ho pointed out that the Increase was duo chiefly to the enlargement of the navy the con struction of the Panama Canal tho extension of rural free delivery tho enforcement of the pure food and meat laws which have probably saved hundreds of lives the rigid supervU Ion of the railways which has boon demanded by public opinion the reclamation of the arid lands and the preservation of our national forests It Mr Bryan knows anything about finance let him put his finger on those items in this list which hq would wipe out from the budget of expenditures or materially reduce JB n- J A MAN 13 KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPSl Oipyriglit 1003 by frown Bros N Y HughesGovernortPrison Shin Martvrs Monument Association Brooklyn N Y VETERAN AND BONDHOLDER I Interest Saved by n Reduction In the Kates on Public Debt a Generous Government Awards to the Old Soldier One of the most striking facts in the history of tho Republican party is its generosity to tho men who have ought the battles of tho Republic on and and sea When tho Civil War tndcd In 1SGG the country was loaded Sown with a debt of about 2350 100000 uponwhlch Interest payments wore 150977679 The country at hat time possessed a population of shout 35000000 or considerably less than half tho population today The accumulation of wealth was In a much smaller ratio to population than the present wealth of tho coun try because of the tremendous In crease in tho power of tho human rind and hand which has como from the development of laborsaving ma ihlnery Notwithstanding these facts one of the first cares of Republican leglsla ton was to provide adequate pensions or the men who had fought tho battles of tho Union The majority vcre then young some of them al most boys and scorned tho necessity 3f aid from any one In carving out their careers Those who had ro tclved disabilities or wounds In the Bhotnd the ranks of tho veterans thinned the survivors of mature years and the widows of those who had gone to the crave from the disabilities receivedim the service wore pubblfc posslblotois the result of tho enhanced credit if the country under Republican rule Dy a sort of natural law of ovolu Ion as the need for generosity to the veteran grew the obligation to tho bondholder grew less with the rc lemption of the debt and the reduc tion of the rate of interest Tho re lult has been that almost dollar for collar as the charges for tho debt have fallen generosity to the veteran has grown At last to tho bravo survivors of forty years and their widows has been granted a service pension adequate to stave off actual want In their declining days How theso harges for interest on tho debt and for pensions have compared for rep resentative years at Intervals of ten years Is indicated by tho following table Year Interest on Debt Pensions 18C7143781G9191 2093055171 1877 9712451158 279C375227 1887 4774157725 7502910179 1897 3779111048 14105316403 1907 2448115834 13930951431 Thus what has been taken from tho bondholder by reducing and re funding the debt has gono to the vet tholJvIlNO DOUBT ABOUT LA FOLLETTE Milwaukee Journal Some of tho Eastern papers are supplying their readers with a deal of misinformation about tho political situation In Wisconsin One writer after asserting that tho outcome of the Senatorial primary is a body blow to Senator LaKollotto expresses doubt as to whether he will take any part in tho work ot electing Taft and de clares that the result in Wisconsin is ofLaFollottoWashington correspondent declares that tho LaFollctte supporters are threatening to prevent the election of Stephonson by making tho Leglslat ure Democratic Nonsense Senator LaFollotte is a conItlnuocerned It Is no secret that LaFollotto ghlmIt is fortunate for Mr Bryan as well as for us that ho was defeated and whatever may bo his present po tothepermitted to carry out his program t YoungstownOhio s In a Chicago speech Samuel Gom j advised labor to c roalI1yf t II r THE COAST IS IN LINE sayIntrip to the West- Everybody In the Coast States Is taking it for granted that Bryan will be overwhelmingly defeated said Mr Leach and as a result they are not paying as much at TheroIsgood times have returned to stay and no one who solicitous for a continuance of prosperity dreams of volt tho Democratic ticket It Is absurd to think that Cali thoDemocratic InNovadapast because this State has very largely Increased h flpublicansa Republicans and although It may be close there I am satisfied that thenow population will throw the State into Mr Tafts columnOn his trip Mr Leach visited the assay offices or mints FranciscoHeUt 0 equal to that of the last few years BRYAN MAN PRAISES TAFT OratorDourkealtoscandidatespecial to tho Washington Star ho says Its a mistake t otDranaot says but Taft will get tho vote for Rooseveltlsm couldnthavepublican save Roosevelt himself As an orator Taft 1s awondorfdministratortlhoulA As reported in the Washington papers Boston corre theTactoffered In any republic In tho world wo find him quoted as saying Ho Is a greater man than Roosevelt 1Yh surrounded by the same environment that mado Roosov great ho will prove a bigger man Yes I think Bryan great man too but ho Is a different kind of man fro dlIrorentTheThat Nebraska Democrat named Shallenberger should get all the satisfaction ho can out of his victory over Cowboy Mayor Dahlman In the Gubernatorial primaries for itIs doubtful if tho Republicans will let him have tho office BANK GUARANTY FALLACY Inability to pick flaws In tho administration of tho affairs of the Government by the Republican party has driven Bryan to exploiting newItheories Ho has dono It before abandoned his theories almost as fast us ho conceived them Tho ballots at the people have also each limo bur led them boyond all resurrection i P It would bo a Idea to bubIulesIt would make a great noise loud enough perhaps to drown tho vapid moulhlngs that give expression toi them ExGov Herrick of Ohio In aI recent speech at Cincinnati In a few words effcclually punctures Bryans J bank guaranty proposition He de clared that tho suggestion Is nnalo iOUS to asking all the merchants town energetic and lazy honest andI dishonest to guarnnteo the success of ill so that all might share equally in tho profits and all might be saved from loss regardless of tho careless ness or dishonesty of some This IsI a principle that all business men will readily comprehend and makes plain tho fallacy of the proposition- We must In these matters learn first to deal with tho wrong find out whet the ovll Is Define II punish It Nothing leads to disaster when you are dealing fearlessly with wrong or wllh abuses Then you purge busi ness and save it by tho purging but when you put right and wrong to gether when your pluo necessarily rings together that which Is proper In business and that vhlch Is impro per and by an arbitrary rule proceed to condemn all then you forsake the lino of reason and inevitably come to griefWhat wo need in this country Is a tearless Intelligent prosecution of wrong and the conservation of hon thrOUghIliltwith fairness and acumen who know ho law who was latent to correct evil who was anxious to devise ef I recllvo remedies who had at tho I aliimerlcandestroyhObadInd anyone who would share In the same class aaWllllam Howard Taft d imfJt rw tNEW1YORK SUNDAY JULY 1210QfJ 8U11lN cORDIAL J Sv- MURPHYCOLD ON MfETING Tammany Leader Unsmiling Expressionless Says Hardly a Word In Response to Can jdidates Exuberancy but Is Forced by jjebraskan to Pose forHandshaking photograph MR CONKERS WILL CARRY NEW YORK FOR BRYAN rf rflj We Dont I Vow I Win Never Shako Your Hand Again Says FlngyNew York Delegation Shows Little En t tuiasmTheCandidate Re peats Let the People Rule His Followers Figures 1 f tfadelhe1w liTII4t 01 IDs rtDIIlnhplthr eloped hand her today ttforr a batten of samara and under the eyes of ohctrlnc hundreds The Tam miny ueStr ccomvtnltd by Uwfa Nixon FrUMli Burton llarrUon Mu pwaidtngoclock this afternoon Murphr had wired the newt ot hit tomtniMd Mr Bryan sat the depot td mast him Tti candlflaU drove down from Falrvlew behind ns of thoroughbreds the irtft otto eatethe back feat It WM the hottot day of the noon with a bBjtortn sun we and 113e1aq air but the muter and we mottos ot Talrvlew were IB hlchirood she humor A lone nights rut lied donavo wonders for them the Promptly on time the Murphy tralri rolled or Into the crowded depot While two locai ens bends struck UD La Poloma the pat Aa tk hymn of the eampatxn Dir Wllr far shys private ear wee at UM tall end fof the toot train and Mr Murphy dig Pl bayed no halt In making bit appear D- anea It wa Lewi Nixon who Bret an toned his way through the cheerier tit to the Spot where Mr Bryan 111 wood bareheaded under a sua ot en enough to pout an ecr 7 Qkd to see ou shouted to tasNsw Yorker fntclax the canal M- dateY e leAded hllld and shaktag It di D1 ojI Nixon 75 the reply al Or31r Aryans keen ere trawlkd SW ta Mirth the tardy Tammany boss w 0Ilr Mnrphy proaci h I A moment titer KrHurpbJ appeared I t- sirotling le1lurtly up tine platform toward the contre et the nCllemnt oak dray that lookedIle wore a Drlmmed low elmni ii hiilgnlednthetotrlr i fr IQc1I 1I1 1 nominateserAmerican tugofwar team at the willaltthemtoo busy in Washington at that time thank you Mr Bryan apparently has for gotten something He has not yet attempted to show that those Ver mont voters were coerced MR TAFT AT SCHOOL Fellow students and teachers of Mr Taft havo described him at his studies as a species of plodder Not the painful plodder whom some may recall in their schools to whom tho sojourn in academic groves was ac companied by infinite toll and travail strikinghis lessonleachThis does not imply tho limitations of a onesided man for Mr Taft has never been that Ho presents as many useful surfaces to the world as do tho splints of a now broomand ho sweeps as clean There aro no little short stubby bristles poked away back shirking their duty As a boy he was earnest purposeful tenacious of what he learned of what he read Ho was truthful cheerful goodhumored loyal clean straightforward liarhating gener ous considerate of others rights and feelings He was a boy who became astonishingly father to the man ho Is today Ono of Mr Tafts first schoolmas ters William H Pabodle of Cincin natl who taught him Greek and Latin says Ho was A No las a student Ho led a class of eleven boys Lot mo tell you It was no slight honor to lead that particular class for It some of the brightest ontalnedItaught Will Taft scarcely mo any trouble Ho seemed moro than most boys of his ago that I work was work and play was play and that there was a time for each lie was always ahead of his work Ho has never been ono of the men who aro harassed and pushed by their duties As a boy he kept ahead of his work and ho has been ahead of It ever since It Is not what a man knows but Dryanhasthings for twelve long years Taft has been so busy doing big things during that period that he has not had tlmo to talk about them Bryan orators aro talking about a landslide In November They would better buy toboggans for themselves They will need them ifi y M I4r From the New York World CharlebcJn nnnJ PLAYING TO THE GALLERY tholegislationsaidThoI that to which his services entitles him As legislation Is ballottofewthingsI by legislation and one of hem Is to secure to each that to t which his services entitle him The moro you think of what that proposition involves the more surprise will grow at Mr Bryans recklessness in suggesting It can bo done THAT TAFT PERSONALITY Judge Taft has steadily grown on tho country since his nomination His judicial poise his sobriety of utterance impressedthet in a depressionThe v point where It Is to make his personality known and familiar over tho coune try Every Presidential campaign has its special characteristics and the contest of 1908 is marked by its sober discussion and tho manifest movement of the great current of public opinion toward a conservative desire to see great issues now opening handled with care and a judicial scrutiny theI No personal charges are made No campaign are aspersing either candidate on either side There is an absenco of the rant the talk and the attacks on the money power heard In other years The gravity of the situation Is seen and the responsibility of the National de to clslon appreciated but the matter Is being argued rather than agitated Philadelphia PressfGUARANTY OF BANK DEPOSITS Mr Taft landed a deft blow upon Mr Bryans pet scheme for tho guaranty of bank deposits when he pointed out that the plan had been tried and found wanting in New York from 1829 to 1842 The conservative financial thought of the country has held from the first that tho Bryan idea is an infallible invitation n to reckless banking through its removal of the Ia proper rewards for safe and sane methods To this asser tion tho Democratic nominee has never given a direct answer a Yesterday in his Topeka speech he again failed to meet tho issue by contenting himself with tho statement that all restrictions on banking aro a tax on the honest bankerIn New York in 1829 the State guaranty of deposits simply started an era of wild banking speculation the moral level of which was established not by the best bank ers but by the worst This Is exactly what tho opponents of the Nebraskan have predicted In tho present case and they now seem to have the great preponderance of evidence on their side Chicago Evening Post FROM CHAMP CLARKS Article on Wit Humor and Anec dote in Modern Eloquence Vol 10 Introductory Pages XIV XV Champ Clark says After recounting his political de bates with General Grosvenor Chas B Landis and Senator Dolliver he says My candid and well consid Repubdeaning the campaign was delivered by one of my stanchest friends personal injt to represent ho voted the Democratic ticket straight from Bryan down to- constablenever voted anything elso In his life His speech which consisted of only one short sentence was Injected Into mine which consumed about ono hour and a half In deliv cry It came about in this wise One very hot day in August year 1900I I was making a Democratic speech In a magnificent grovo in Halls County ata Modern WoodmeVs picnic My popularlyknownly In front of me about five foot dis tant listening intently to what I had to say I was mauling the Republi cans declaring they were ignoring tho Declaration of Independence overthrowing the Constitution and otherwise deporting themselves in an un seemly unAmerican fashion After fortyfivevoco Well I guess wo can stand It ns long as beef cattle arc live cents on tho hoof That was tho gist of the whole argument which carried the Middle and Western States for tho Republicans e I have always thought it lucky for me that no quick wilted newspaper man was within earshot of Nuck when ho uttered his ejaculation If that dangerous epigram had over got in print I should never have heard tho last ot It until the polls closed seelDgtoItchance to become greater than his party Hlsgeri might do that and totgettar L V t 1 i i I c L I i rr THE TAFTS IN AMERICA In descent the Tafts are English thlikeIsle and marching down the genera dbreedingIn 1669 the stock took root in Amor Ica The word taft signifies a English be Addressing a Taft family reunion nearly thirtyfive years ago Alphonso Taft the father of William Howard spoke as follows with a quality of goIhel at this time Our family have not embarked exceptthatof the country when National independence was to be won and also when the Union was at stake While agbeenpast it is not safe to say what may be in store for them yoij It suggests William H to read In the family history that Peter Taft 1715 ho was a large good looking man of thatInCaptain William Taft who took Dlar ney Castle by blarney quite as much as by military prowessth Taft Is no orator Is what some sayingwhenresults of touring the country will bo more beneficial to Bryan than to Taft The No Taft is not an orator but no man intohismoansAlso knowthatlive up to his statements tied beendoing Ial oth1sbestlordontuponto InltI r p j 1- q t MR TAFT AT COOPER UNION Arthur Brisbane Studies tho Itepubli can Candidate at Close Range and Draws mi Attractive Word Picture WilliamRYork went to Cooper Union last win ar to hear Mr Taft speak to tho MrDrlsbanoTaft at close range Ho had never seen him but ho had employed his thingsthat ImIfollowing editorial in tho Evening JournalMr Taft is the kind of a man you presidentsfficean account Ills appearance thobank fallIlfa hadhisGrover Cleveland is remarkable GroverClevelandhas a better skin looks healthier andbetterThey have talked a great deal about Mr Taft as a fat man Ho Is not a fat man Ho has only one extra thoIIfbut that also Is small He has good broad chest and ho stands straight Below that chest thero Is semicircle But it isnt tho kind rromdissipationduo to the fad that Mr Taft has a powerful constitution and has not oxstelaehis head and more with his legs that stomach wouldnt all be there HohasHo has a bony bump above each eye hohasnearly white his hair is brown It youthrulbrown hardworkingmericans olddoesMrTnttsThonostrilsIf he had lived out of doors Mr HeIsmeauswideheaded saPri8ldentsexcept TafiTstrousers legsofAltogether Mr Taft Is a man goodhonest boatwere couldnt youd hand him your Giveslived to get ashoreITIlE QUIET OF CONTENT f Nebraska State Journal t declaratloathatcaused by satisfaction with exlstln apathysquaresondltlons la tiles part of the WestCoed nature and optimism prevailstrongest supporters of the Proal angeredIYthey are satisfied that willcome to naught The absence of thevigor that accompanies so many Prescampaigns may very fairly be thatLand settled so firmly that aro set cannot be shaken they r eloctlonljRichard Croker the absentee land Iltavorthatlt3ryancircumstance ir t- 1 1s dt