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Digital page images are linked to the text file. hi1tIeau 1 I Yearrf VOL XXI 7 HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 91908 No 12 EQUITY FARMERS- HAVE MEETING looking to the Interest of the Society Affairs of the Society Ably Discussed by Prominent Members The regular meeting of the Ohio County Union AS pf K met at the Court house in Hartford Friday Oc tober 2 1908 Tho meeting was callI cd to order by President SL Stevens r t who urged that the business of the transacted with the greatest dlspatcllIA oilcall of the locals showed 37 locals represented by delegates The following committee on resolutions was appointed D Ford Warren Taylor J R Weller Lon Black and E PSanderfur They retired to consider resolutions The president announced that a few minutes would be devoted to talks for the good of the order whereupon Rev H D Burch asked if turtles who had signed the pledge of the new organization wino are now dissatisfied could on legal basis dis regard the same and sign thp regular Equity pledged ExPresident David Mbrelaud responded that he had con sulted with a firm of lawyers and they Informed him that the new organ ization would likely sue the regular Equity Finance Committee if they received any tobacco pledged to the new organization t Mr E G Austin responded with a splendid talk in support of the Jooperatlve Telephone business whloh has been in successful operation in some parts of the county He made a motion which was seconded that J M Shultz be appointed to work up the cooperative telephone bUs- Iness After thorough discussion the motion was lost j aipved by L B Tichenor and sec onded by R Davis that wo adjourn until 1 oclock II m Motion carried I Promptly at one oclock p m the Union reconvened for tho transaction of bugjness i Moved by L B Tichenor and sec ended by J T Phelps that the vote on resolution providing that J M Shultz bo appointed to work up the Cooperative Telephone business without discussion the motion carried j Moved by J L Miller old second ed byW F Stevens that J M Shultz be appointed to work up the cooperative telephone business Moved by Rev H D Burch and seconded by I J A Drake that Mr Shultz bo recI jcxmniendetl instead of appointed tos work up the cooperative telephone business j beI1ngresulted in the defeat of the motion as amended I Moved by E O Austin and second t ed by H D Burch that J M Si1UltZ be appointed to work up tile Interests of the cooperative telephone Jn Ohio county and that he devote not to exceed 20 days to said work Vote resulted in the adoption of the reso w lution The committee on resolutions being j now ready reported as follows I roooluItlons1 Whereas there arc divisions of American of Equity we re new our allegiance to samebelleving it to be the only safeguard for tho farmer + I 2 Resolved That all parties who have not signed the tobacco pledge bo1 given till the lth of this month And then be debarred Mr this crop 4 We recommend that the County andmeeting l in the event tho buyer and grader dlsagr eelweeect the thirdI man to settle the grievance 4 We hereby present a copy o revisions and bylaws for consideration banded in by local no 1534 D FORD v J It WELtER- E P SANDBFUR s A Va BLACK WMtRENnAYLOR IF t ICommittee Oa motion the report of tie corn tree was received tadd the commit teedJlleJJ rwecLI t + On atloa the reHoluttojis er or- deredcoeMed Mctton at aUme l SecMM ivvM read end without 4- co r t V r v J tI t I discussion was adopted Section two was read and Its adop tlon moved After thorough discus sion the resolution was adopted ISection three was read and its adop lion moved It was moved and seC- onded that the grievance committee I consist of three equity men instead of one The motion carried Theroupon I the resolution as amended was adop i tedMoved by David Moreland and sec onded by J L Miller that when the nndIcommittee The vote resulted in fa vor of its adoption t Moved by Warren Taylor and sec onded by J L Miller that the paper entitled articles of Incorporation and constitution and bylaws of the American Society of Equity of North America bo mailed to C M Barnett president of the A S of E at Milwaukee Wisconsin wltitout action or the County Unlpn The motion wns lost On motion it Is ordered that the County Secretary issue 31 to D Ford for Interest on moneyI borrowed from the First Bank to pay for tobacco the 1907 crop and 289 to J D BurchOn motion the Union adjourned 1o meet at 9 a m Saturday Oct 3 At 10 a m Saturday October 3 the meeting was called to order by Pres S L Stevens- On motion it was ordered that both county papers be requested to call especial attention to that part of tho proceedings limiting the time to the 15th day of October for tho signing of pledges On motion it was ordered that 111edI ges be sent to locals that have not yet received any On motion it was ordered that the body proceed to the election of a grader On motion it was ordered bhitI the election be made by nomination The vttte resulted in the election of Mr T F Tanner Moved by L B Tichenor and sec onded by J li Miller that a commit tee of two be appointed to audit tho pooling pledges for the purpose of ascertaining tho names of all parties who have signed the pledges and that the names so ascertained be furnish ed by the secretary to tine grader otI each house woo will thereby be gov erned in the receipt of tobacco re ceiving tobacco of no party who has not signed such pledge Pie vote resulted In favor of the mourn On motion it was ordered that tbe resolution providing for a grievance committee of three Equity men be re consideredMoved J L Miller and second ed by J R Weller that the county Union appoint or select u grievance committee of one who will act with a like committee selected by the buyer and a third man selected by Ullldisagreements of tobacco The vote resulted In tho adoption of the motion On m the body adjourned until 1 motionI Promptly at 1 oclock p t body reconvened with vice president J j R Weller in the chair On motion ItI IIthetee On motion David Moreland wus elected by acclamation I On motion it wns ordered that tine Secretary proceed to the reading of the proposed constitution and bylaws After the completion of Its reading it was moved and seconded that the secretary be directed to forward the i proposed constitution and bylaws to the committee on constitution and by laws of the National Union Tile resulted in favor of the motion votoI ed and seconded that the matter of I salary of grader and grievance com+ mittee be turned over to Finance Committee On motion it was order ed that the body adjourn to meet theI first Friday and Saturday in uary 1909 S L STEVENS Pres C E SMITH Cecty Farmer Escaped Night Riders In Night Clothes i PaducahKy Oct 3 Tiwenty night CliftonOsburn uJsmornlngsuPIposedly cd in his underclothes through a rear window and went to the camp of the soldiers six miles away The riders fired several shote at him Soldiers with a bloodhound trailed the ridersI to where they had left their hors s nldtleayeJhe1 r 1 i- a1F4 p h t tU 0 + may 1 NIGHT i RIDERSKILL Wreak Vengeance on Dav Walker of Color Kill Him Daugbter and Baby In Mothers Arms Three Others May Die Hickmnn Ky Oct 4Xlgllt riders wreaked u terrible revenge upon Dave I Walker colored said to have cursed u white woman and charged also with having drawn a revolver upon a white man by setting fire to ills house here tonight and shooting elm and members of iris fatally us they emerged from tiio burning et bin Walker his 5yearold daughter and iimiiiilj IIIndeath wound was shot through tliel Stomnch and will die Thrfeu other children were slot down mid may die us a result of their woundb wiille tile oldest son of Walker is missing It Is believed tint 1e was burped alive in the cabin Tie night riders numbering fifty surrounded MK Louse of WIIIler shortly before midnight nod command ed him to como out and take u whip ping Walker declined and fund upon i tie night rider whereupon tnoy ram rated timbers of the house with coal oil and set fire to them In an Incredible i space of time tile house was a mass of flumes and the shrieks of those on the inside were horrible to hear Finally Walker pleading for mercy threw open the door of his I cabin and ran out into the open He was riddled with bulets and fell I i screaming to the ground Following close upon the heels of her husband Walkers wife appeared in the doorway SHe held In her ariast ticlr infant child and begged the nlgl1tt riders for mercy Disregarding r pleadings the infuriated mob olJenedI fire and u bullet pierced the otttine infant in its mothers arms A sic ond snot struck the mother in the nb ilomeii and see tel still holding toe dead body of her infant Terrorstricken by tine flames which were licking nil sides of tho cabin yet I fearing to venture into the open the remaining children of Walker made the night nldeous with their screams T111I 5yearold daughter was the first to i venture through the doorway follow ing tile fate of her mother father mid the baby but three other children fol lowed close at her Jieels The girl was killed ouiright and the otter children received wounds vRhicll it is believed will prove fatal Ti ere is hardly a doubt but the oldest son of Walker preferred death by burning themercyunit charred body be found among tho debris I Before arriving nt the homo oftWalker the night riders stopped at home of Joe Williams a white man i mad compelled him to accompany them to the sceno of the slaughter Whenj the night riders dismounted they eft Williams to look after the horses 11t short distance away As soon as last member of toe fatally had fallen horseslandilofi bn tho slightest truce that might lend to the identity of any morn ber of tho band News of the affair comiWalekr Is said to have had tie repu union of being a surly negro It was charged that he had tuned a whiteIt woman and threatened to tliej white man who went to too defense of i tho woman The mob It is beloved visited the Jotna of Walker with tio original Intention of horsewhipping i him but wren he fired into their i midst he so aroused their indignation I notllaUatedVolker family had been slant j IConference AppointmentsI Conference at MondayIthe CalIhounD Bennett Central Cljy GDi Over ton Oloyerport DlLCurre Fords yllie W Fj DuncanQgrecnvlilg clr 11iE Dj Y nun lH i Vf A FewlsI h- YtiG I fH r f M t 1 rp burg S V Turnlpseed L wlsport E N btcalfe Livermore R H Hart ford Owcnfboro Settle Memorial J- Ill Young BreckenridBe street to be supplied Frayser avenue formerly Main street E R Bennett Wood lawn J Barney Butler Owensbon EeStephensport F R Roberts Sulphur Springs R E Bailey South Carroll jonW C Hayes Yelvlngton C F Williams district missionary W P Gordon They Butted in and Were i Arrested A writ for Ire arrest of Misses Mil1 und Pig Burton wiio live In the Alexander school district Just north of town was taken out before County Attorney WoodwiirdUiu Wed netday They lire accused of commit ting a breach of the poicu by striking and otherwise injuring iXIIss Mortle Liimberrwho is teaaultig school at tie Move named plno It teems tnsif teteacJu1 undertook ID correct Charlie tholported Vie oceurreit to iilri slBtrtf jvjo lire grown yoiup voiaeu were uiwn v ey proceeded to even up scores by givi g Ute teacher a thrashing Tiie noise of the combatants attniet el the intontlou of nearby neighbor who in rfrert and stopped me fight before ILUCII dnmnge was done j DEMOCRATS TO USE NO MONEY OR WHISKEY WherejTo Election Frankfort Ky Oct aIt any cnni cOUllt1usesI nomination mud tie Demontale County Committee cat take It awny hint A resolution making I his l rule for Iht prlnuiry was adopted at a meeting of the County Commit leewflcnwas called to fix n time and coastsloficersttno wero priSnt offered any oltjeo tlin tn It i JIIIIIlIImIlUIfrom IJtlleys Mil pnoiriit mmII 11 seiisiitlon by offering the resolution providing that no ciiiuiiUiu ili tIJ I perinitUd to use money Property whisky or unylning of virtue to secure Votes and providing tiisit each candidate must lain nil untiL before- a proper officer timt he will not usa I such things to secure votes und after the ejection must declare that he did nut so use said things It provides further that if it hot proved that tiny winning candidate did UKQ money or wiiisky tde connuIMw io j nonijlimtlontin next highest ctittddato or call l iiiiotiier primary in that race j Dr Moore explained that the whole 11111mIlyfour years was a disgrace to the parr i and this resolution wnt intended to pint a stop to iu There were only tour VOtes against lire resolution 1111 rrr- ind without any of the candidates malting any objection to it The resolution providing for the prl mary on November 17 wan offered by George Cottony and it was adopted unanimously It provides that candidates must put up their entrance fee on or before October 17 All Democrats in the county and nl IwownI tared Democrats in Frankfort allowed to participate in tile primary The estimated cost of tho primary Is 395 r TwoHeaded Baby Girl Alive and Well Bridgeport Conn Oct 3A tone healthy twoheaded girl baby weigh eight pounds has come to Mr andling Joseph Fuleu Mother and babe are in the Bridgeport hospital and both are doing very well Indeed The doctor and arses say the babe will live In all probability Her parents live at No 119 Lake tretJoseph Falen the father is a bus ness man and a woll known residentI of North BridgeportttUlre Ralen is the mother off urbjightheaithychild 1m c v rw t WILL SOON BE- COMPLETED Construction Crews on M H- And E are Reinforced i l Distance to Louisville Will Be Shortened and a Good Sys tem Inaugrated ItIrallroauI from Mudsouvlllu soon be completed and tile management expects to have lit in Operation by January 1 The construction crew uns been reenfor hlgIto Hail ford from Louisville says toe Louisville Times Wiii the completion of tile now railroad valuable eoiil raid timber land wilt be llo led up in Hopkins McLean and Ohio cmirttK Iiusteri parties iivc 11ml lioiigui large tracts of linn lyiiiR near the ralload and sev eral Coal mines are already being de veloped Tile MniHennvllle Hartford und East ITU ntilroiul is tile anion of tiie new rood It truverres n territory oat now touched by a railroad and gives Hurl ford tho county teat of Onlo county a railroad outlet something that the citizens of that town have Beet striv ing for for more tnnn thirty years Tile new road also shortens tiedis tnnce from Madlsonvillo and way points to Ixjulsvlle more than forty miles and will bring buisvllle as close to that territory as Nashville I At Fordsville the new road will con nect with a branch of tne Henderson Route Only a snort dlstnnce remov ed Is me main line and connections will bo inndo with the Henderson Route for Louisville traffic Breathitt County Shooting Jackson Ky Oct 0 Following tiio shooting of Joan Combs yesterday morning on Jells Creek by App Iurirell a general fight vas narrowly avened between rivnl fiirtinnn near iii Owsley and Ureathiu county Hi r by t e fooliiess und ready command of to men of Sneriff Crawford After Combs was ileviiHmily won d 111 ly Mttrrel in tae fight Mr Cm fnrd teas Infoniied of tilt affair 1t1- lpft his minute nlxive Atleal accJllljlilIled only by JOMII Mclnto two men followed Murrell Jute Owsley county und found him surrounded by1 more tiiiui a dozen friends well iirinj ed with WI II IllItlt erllIAfter much induced to return wlia tne officurM on condition is t i e be accompanied j 11loce8111l1ICombs friends who niemany und determined unless he WHS guarded Tile party was well supplied with whisky and after n willie began to quarrel among themselves Just ns ItJlllJudgtGnrrard presented rite 13 iu Gar ru ds face and wan Just puUlng the trigger when ris effort wns arrested hr SIr- 1ft Crawford Till Sheritf finally swre li d In d Hvering his prisoner to Magistrate I C Terry j The examining trial was held today which resulted in Murrell being grant ed bond for his appejirrnc before ro Breathitt county grand Jury Dr C II Hurst win was called Sfo tre wounded miiii nitoris L Hough badly siiot through the upper purt of the left lung ire hUII n bare chance for recovery To Pay Teachers Last Saturdays Frankfort News j saysStnte Treasurer Farley who bps been looking after tie interests I of tle school teacherii says in his opinion there will be enough money 1 the State Treasurey by the middle of next week to pay all the country school teachers the first installment of their salaries amounting to about 375000 It is expected that checksI aggregating that amount will comlmissioners teachers amounting to about 70000 will be sent out later in the month t as there will not be quite enough to pay the whole of the first installment at the same time apt Farley bo llevea that be the middle of November V 1 there will be enough money received from the Sheriffs to pay off every warrant issued by the Auditor and tho States creditors will have no trouble In getting their money after that tlmee r Married in Colorado Mr Virge Stevens and Miss Ora Barnett were married at Golden Colorado on the 20th of last month in tile presence of a few immediate rela tives They were both reared in the Nocreek neighborhood but Mr Stevens has been living at Gunnison Colorado for the past few years and Miss Barnett went to Colorado about the first of September ostensibly to visit her brother Mr Jo Barnett Of Golden at whose resltlenco the wed ding occurred After congratulations the bridal party left for Gunnison where Mr Stevens inrj a lucrative position with a lumber com pany Tiose young people are well mind favorably known on the North side of the creek where they have a large circle of relatives und ac quaintances who wish them a hap py married life or MONTHLY REPORT OF HARTFORD COLLEGE Important Information in Regard TO This Wellknown Insti tution Of Learning Summary report of all departments for the month of September is as followsTotal enrollment for the month 212 average number of days attended per pupil1 17 number of days taught 19 average number of pupils attending each day 219 cases of tardiness 36 par cent of attendance based on en rollment 90 per cent of attendance bared on belonging 94 Regularity and punctuality of atten dance are essential to success on the part of pupils therefore parents arc earnestly requested to see to it that their children are perfect in these re ivlreinents Pupils report cards are sent out from the Primary Department at the end of each month From nil other departments report cards will be sent home to parents nt the end of each quarter Parents use requested to carefully examine sign and return Uusr cards Pupils In aU grades above the fourth urn expected to prepare some of their work each night for tile next day Students In the College Department who do not study at night will cer thinly fall L N GRAY FOR THE BUSY READER lChristianWillfon appeared before tho county grand jury Tuesday He spoke at Princeton Iu the utter noon and at Paducah last night Rewards for Information that will SmithIof Kentucky ut Lexington now amount to 2iJO Gov A E Willsoii spoke to a large Iondoyito the night rider situation and de flared that tie lawless bands wrens bo lug broken up U has dined the story Unit in a speech at dented the story tunt in a speech at Rock Island ill ho proposed that af iter Judge Taft hud served two terms RooseveltJIGront Daniels u porter at the Phoe Lexington was shot and killed by a bellboy The shooting oc curred in the crowded lobby of the hotel and the guests were thrown in to a panic when the firing began riUIn a speech at Lexington Monday night Senator eect W O Bradley said InITaft was In no way re 1sponslble for what the President did Frank P James State Auditor hUB announced his Intention of preparing a detailed statement charging county officers in Kentucky with grafting The Auditor charges that one County Judge drew money for the support of a pauper idiot for eighteen months at ter the idiot died I I b7tay y TAAS A SPEAKER His Talk to the People Winning I Many Votes I DOESNT POSE AS AN ORATOR l Word Pictures Not Needed to State Facts Plainly Republican Candi dates Clearness and Sincerity Carry ConvictionFrom decidedly apprehensive its to the outcomo of Judge Tafts speaking tours Republican leaders are now convinced tbajt ouo of the wisest mopes of tho campaign was the deer sion to let tho Republican candidate vISit as many sections of the country as possible between now and election day and talk to as many Voters as the time will permit When speaking tours for Tuft were first discussed the oppo Dents of the plan based their opposi don on the fact that as an orator Taft cannot bo compared to Bryan They nrgucd that Taft who males no pre tense to oratory would be placed at a disadvantage appearing on the stump against the mitten Nebraskan But Judge Tart himself solved the problem and cleared the whole situation with one sentence In Iris recent speech at Sandusky O I cannot dwell In the cerulean blue but have to deal with facts ho Ue dared It Is this dealing with facts Inn clear dispassionate manner that has made William Howard lift what he Is that will cause him to gait strength every time he appears In public Taftc best friends cannot claim for him that lie Is an orator But be can tell the truth and does tell It lie will not have to pail beautiful word pictures of wbat should be done He will not have to plead with silvery eloquence for the Alleged downtrodden nor call on tho masses to rise up stud sure the country from the ruin which Bryan has been predicting lend finding various panaceas for during the past twelve ears What Tuft has to do Is to state cold clear cut facts to tell the truth about himself to give to his auditors a clear and unmistakable Idea of what Taft the man Is uml what hu stands for And this he can do and do well Jly nature he Is frank and open It would be dllllcult for him to dissemble Jf ho wished to do so Already Taft has begun making serl ous Impressions on his audiences Bryan never tails to tickle his audiences In most Instances he arouses enthusi asm but It is an enthusiasm which rarely lusts Those who listen and applaud go away and fonrct With the Taft audiences It Is different By the clearness of his exposition and tho absolute sincerity of his manner he carries conviction i Ills auditors are soon Impressed by two things Tafts ability and Tafts sincerity A That man means what he says ism comment frequently heard after Taft i has spoken Another Taft character istlc that Is winning many friends for the Republican candidate among those who knew nothing of him before they saw and heard him Is his great cour remaillsifixed ing 400 union coal miners Ho told them about having Issued InJunctionsI I Issued them he the rights of the plaintiffs demanded It When J am on the bench 1 enforce tho law And I haveno apology to maker j slIIeuceapplause but Into enthusiastic cheers After the meeting they were heard ex pressing their views I That matt Is on the level said one 4IIe doesnt hand out any con talk Tie knows where he stantls and Is not afraid to come straight out with a thing He aint the orator Bryan Is but ho says things that Bryan wouldnt dare say- Unlike I many of Bryans Wtprnhecs K rafts utterances will bear Inspection j lie will make no declratlon that Is open to doubt I have to deal with facts he said In some of his speeches Bryan Intoxicated with tho sound of his own words frequently makes statements not entirely trust worthy Taft has been too hang on the bench too tong In high government po ltlons whore his utterances carried i weight to penult of his making earel less statements Furthermore Taft possesses to n marked degree the abil ity to discuss the most Intricate sub jects In the simplest language ITo proved this most conclusively at San dusky when he made perfectly plain to his the development of nntl alltlllImltatlonl talking about and understood tt clear ly yet there were few Ifi the audience who realized that he was discussing j abstruse legal problems without resort lag to bewildering legal phraseologyr As turns personal Taft and Bryan are nearly equal But where Bryans personality Is ono that creates Interest and enthusiasm Tafts Is one that Inspires affection and trust I fuinesslThat man has a fine face I would trust him anywhere said West Virginia woman who with aI large patty came over the mountains i to hear Taft speak at Hot Springs Those who meet him feel that he is not only sincere but that ho possesses rJ the ability and courage to handle safe ly the m n1 PfQblemsthatcontront a president It ila the go this Mttn kM the Taft managers 1plJ f I It a UNCLE SAM SOLVES THE ACROSTIC THE BRYAN PARROT The Same Feathered Nuisance That Screeched In 1333 In 1008 as In 1000 and 1890 the dom haul voice In the Bryan campaign Is rfc voice of the parrot It Is just 111I Ibrill just as insistent and just mcanlnglescs as It was twelve years ago and Is hound to become quite ns wearisome to the public In 1800 the sleek green parrot of Rryanlsin teetered to nail fro upon his comfortable swing and screeched Free silver FreeHlIver That was the only phrase the bird could utter and Its illiiirml Iteration so exasper ated the people that they grabbed the noisy parrot trout ids perch and cast him Into the garbage heap But tho plumed nuisance survived and appeared In the campaign or 1000 with a brand new scream This time ImperlnllsmIWits ing thrones and tyrants bent on op pressing the people But It never scared the sane people themselves even for a moment They knew It was the same old parrot slnglng the same old tune with merely a change of words To every challenge to a Ills cussion of real political Issues the parrot made hilt ono replylunperla- llstarand again the feathered pest was torn from his perch and tuned Into the junk pile by the public whaw pitlencc he had exhausted With hU Inability either to charm or frlKlIttm no rudely demonstrated two succcMsIvo trials an ordinary parrot would have dedicated himself to a fu lure of silent meditation on the follies of talking too much But the Bryan punot Is an extraordinary parrot not an ordinary one tad the campaign of 1UOS finds him perched aloft again with another screed wherewith to affright the timid and amuse the thought ful Ills cry this year and Its accents show that It lots been rehearsed with rare patienceIs Shall the people rUle It llts the parrots voice to per fection nail thought It Is as empty his own head ho accompanies It usj an uprollhiT of his eyes that scare people If they could roget for I a moment that It Is only n parrot screech after The voice 1111Ichanged It s as and us lacking In the note of sincerity as It was twelve yenta ago Tho sense less shriek of Iree silver could not mislead the people In 1800 The alarm ist scream of Imperialism never dis turbed their composure for u single moment In 1000 And the shrill in suiting screech Shall the people rule can have lib other result than to provoke their angry contehipt In IOOS Parrot politics will not do this year Serious questions are before tho peo pie for discussion and settlement Pub lie attention be drawn away irony them either by the witless chat ter of parrots or the theatrical tricks of demagogues This Is no more a par rot year than was 1000 or 1800 I Mr GomperS betrays distinct signs of irritation because nobody thinks It worth while to get out an Injunction against his speaking his midi to the fullest extent Ho will awaken In November to the fact that there sagroat gulf between his partisan mind and tho strictly economic purposes of labor unions lTho Bryan proposition that eonsety atlre banks should payfor tho failures appealI r ur BRYAN COULD HARM i Danger of Placing Nebraskan In I White House EVEN WITH SENATE OPPOSED Administration and Enforcement of Laws Would Bo In His HandsThe Treasury Would Be Under His Thumb National Banks Vojld Do at His Mercy Nobody with brains enough to get In out of u blizzard can have patience with the argument so complacently put forth bylsome of the Pryanltes who want to humbug others Into believing what they dont believe themselves that Bryan can do no harm should ht be elected The usual way of putting It Is that there will be a Kcpubllcnn senate and probably a Republican house and that Bryans hands will be tied even If his tongue continues to wag certainly n poor reason for elect ling a president even were It true But it is not true A grammar schoolboy who has studied the constitution of the United States knows that Of course Bryan as president lu face ofn sane congress couhl not pass laws But the whole administration Of national laws Including their enforcement which Is at least as Important ns pass ing them would be In his hands lie would have time treasury under lib thumb the national banks would beat the mercy of a comptroller of the currency appointed by him the foreign policy of the government would be di r ted by him null ambassadors min isters and consuls would be unused by him The army and navy would he IIIh der his command Collectors postmas ters and other officials of the civil sere ice would be nominated by him While he could not establish a tariff for rev enue only he could make things mrtcli smoother and easier for the class that como back from European trips loaded with all sorts of luxuries purchased abroad to the detriment of American laborThen he could smash any band that might offend him by not going Into his compulsory guarantee scheme just us his campaign treasurer Governor has kohl smashed the International Bank of Coalgate Okla to make n demon stratlon of the guarantee law for the Democratic Denver convention Oh yes Bryan could do harm so much harm that It might tithe the coun try many long years to recover from the damage done by four years or Bryan In the White House But Bryan will do no harms because he will not have the opportunity because tho American people are going to elect ns their president William II Taft the candidate of the Republican party the Impartial Judge tho con structive statesman the tuna of whom McKinley said He Is the broadest and most unselfishly bravoman I know and will carry tho constltu titn of the United States In his very blood assuranceIdetermined to have In the White house one whose presence there will be lu Itself aVedge of good government of efficient and equitable administration pf ho laws of Intellectual and educa tional advancement and 6f progress and prosperity in the material affairs of the republic 4 I i 2 r 1 4 fy PROPHETIC WORDS Statement of Lawton an Ac cusation From the GraveIAmong time many soldiers whose lives were the difficult task of suppressing the Filipino Insurrection none was wore beloved either by his brother olllcers or the men In the ranks than General Henry W Lawton lIe realized the Ideal American soldier as completely ns any of his contemporaries and his record In tho war for the Union In Various Indian campaigns in Cuba dar lug the Spanish war and In trying work which called him to the Philip pines constitutes a lustrous chapter li the nnuals of American valor No braver officer ever wore his countrys uniform No gentler more considerate commander over led his troops Into battle No more chlvalrlc leader ever gave up hU life In defense of his coun I trys flag- General Lnwton was killed In battle with Insurrectos In the Island of Luzon In 1000 while lighting at the head ot his troops A short time before the tragic close of his career hu had written to a friend In the United States a letter In which he said If I am shot by a Filipino bullet it might as well come from ors cf r i own men because I know from ob servation confirmed by captured pris oners that the continuance of fighting- Is chiefly due to reports that are sent out from America The words of Lawton lighting a treacherous foe In a tropical country I were meant as a protest upiliiRt the unpatriotic antiimperialist n here In the United States llntolSI pressions of sympathy for the rection gave constant old rind comfort I to the enemy Army olllcers of high character and rugged experience In the Philippines have frequently expressed I tine opinion that the Insurrec tion would not have lasted ninety days had It not been for the support moral and otherwise which Its leaders rev ceived from their sympathizers In America Chief among those sympathizers time insistent nod most reckless of all was William Icnnlngs Bryan and against him the prophetic woris of tie Iir ed Lawton stand like an accusation from the grave For his unpatriotic coarse tho Filipino Insurrection Mr Bryan lacked even the shadow of nn excuse He had entered the mill fury service during the Spanish war a volunteer olllccr and he knew 1111I the war and the Insurrection In tho lands could be concluded only with recognition of Amcrl theI authority wherever It was But In spite of that he encouraged the Filipino to continue In armed resist I ance and his reckless expressions un 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from civil district No 20 walcu Is iin fxceeuiueiy dory section of ute louiiiy at tnls time iu every sense of fno word It appears that Jake hacker line a farm near a large swamp of several Hundred acres This swamp is covered with water sev oral feet deep In winterl but in sum nter gets low Ovvli to tho very dry weather lately tnls swamp has dried out and not ti single pool of water re mains on a territory of a mile square Now trls jungle is the i ome of snakes of various kinds aud as the under growth is track timber small tiiey are hardly ever molested On the bock of tile RucltT farm and near tho swamp there is tll old well of good diameter Tre rouse near by has ajiig slnco been torn away nun tae well partly flied with refute As stock water became an imin Ilucker concluded to clean out toe old well and use itIthrough rife balance of the dry Yesterday trued with buckets anti picks and windltMis find several i hands be went down to begin work on it Till windlass Wits arranged and u colored man let down tolookover thu I situation He had hardly been lower j etl twenty feet when a war whoop such as had not been heard in that vicinity in a hundred years was let out by him with cries to haul him up which was done When he TItlC ed tho top ro Jumped to trrt Irma and appeared to be almost frightened to death Alter he was Komewnnt cooled off1ie said he wouldnt help clean out that well for a farm On being questioned lie said there was ti snake down there as big as ills arm nut only one but esvernl in fact a whole neighborhood full of them Several others were given opportunities to go down and invetisgate but none dared to do sc Finally Ruck r was let down himsel- under promise to draw him up on a seconds notice After a while this was given and he came up puffing and said the bottom of the well was llttrally lined with snakes of all kinds and sizes His hands wanted t01 leave it alone or fill It up but tuck er did not want to be outdone by n few snakes and besides ho needed the water for ln sad to either fix tills and dig a tow one or haul water Ifor miles JAfter much parleying u fourprong ed grappling honk WM arranged n long handled windings prepared with n negro at tee evil and toe crow which luid been rninfoiced by severe neighbors iiioh witn a stick In hand made ready Tire hunks Were letdown a grub made and haul pullet Iii hent nppoHrod above t j ground n sight nwh as never seen in thIs county before was witnessed There was it Mug struggling writh ing mass severnl bushels of snakes of every kind and character almost rife killers got bony nnd soon dispatch ed and sorted tuciii urn and nnottier haul wns made wklt tne same result After working for wveral hours over four hundred snakes were killed some nearly tin big nroimd as a mans leg at the anklo Tn Snolll around tIII well being dnmp nud at tin water rad given OUT In tc pvin p f 5s jr sunned that tie r cq tiles wore In swuc of more rater sad in trawling nrourd in Ute damp upot whim wis the on ly one in a utile ti ey fell in tiiB well Ehvn niter ti 0 well was frewl from snakes Ilucker could get no one to go down lu It J lid ck it uu Mid be had to abardon It utter all lie mid to sav0 Wie lives of the snaked that might be crawling that way In the future lie was going to liavutbo well filled up For the present how ever be cowied It with some rails and left it ItoIre biggest snake kllIng ever heard of 1n this section at one time For Sore Foot I have found Bucklons Arnica Salvo to be the proper thing to use for sore feet ns well as for healing burns sores ruts wed nil manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Mulne It Is tbo thing too for piles Try It Sod under guarantee at all druggists 62 m Wild Horses Coax Others From Home It Is estimated by government forest rangers that Were oio from 2000 to 25000 wild norse overrunning public ranges in tuo mountains of Ne vada and otlJ r far Western Stivtcs Within trerud few years they have increased to tucn nn extent that in satiny localities they are classed its varmints with wolves wildcats and piti grizzlies and every mans rille is tuned 1 asalast UieUJ No fence is strong enough to Mopihhorses and when they appear in force titer nave eves been known to knock down and kill cows and calves Aftereach visitation from aherd thi ranchman is likely to mourn the loss of his domestic rorte und it re quirtS only a few days association with their new companions for the best broken anlrnalsto become ns wll as their nomadic comrades Tho Legislature of Kevuda passed a law many years ago specifically al lowing hunters to moot wild horses and m tell their hides for what they could get in the open market fThe aw opened the way ot a nev and unusual industry and many men found the killing of wild horse very 1 rofltuble Resides the work was exciting and gave the business tile ad ded zest of sport As time went on and the business of killing thes outlaws on the range assumed greater proportions the stock men found that the professional hunters were in many cases abusing their rlgUs and were killing branded and shod horsesIThis put an end to tIe business for on complaint of the stockmen the Nevada Legislature promptly repealed 0toanimals were killed during the time tint tne law was In force Tre wild horse question has again become a very serious one uqd any one who can devise 11 plan for effect ualy disposing of tuem will have done a great service to tae stockmen of the Western Suites Excrnrge OdfTORI1ig- L1 tiihKmd Coa Hare Ilwars Boout Blguaturo +or How Indians Run for Office Sunle Fe N M Sept 30A litI erul illustration of running for rund one which might add orncel adopters by the palefaces in their tical campaigns will be a feature of the celebration of the feast of San Geronimo at Taos today In actor dance with custom a relay race will decide the governor of the pueblo for tne ensuing year For days hordes of Utes NavaJos Apaches and Mexicans have beet gathering at the quaint pueblo of Toas for this great redskin event The cus t mary quiet that broods over Taos alley has been broken by the in partetlval of their patron saint reaches its enthusiastic culmination The feast Is celebrated on the lust dM of September of every year Tne San Geronlmo or St Jeryve jrtebration begins witji u weld reel Ila Ion or incantation by a black robed Indian priest willed is near wltii superstitious awe by the assent bled multitudes In the plaza is a pine tree pole fifty feet in height and from across piece near the top dangles a live sheep vegetalnebus hangsIfrom pole- TheI bell In Ute little udope chapel Hounds and a few of the Indians go llfl to moss After the devotional ex lire concluded u iirocctPiMi hi formed aud maroiics tn tao rnc truck widen is a quarter of n mil in longvi The tanners of taunt teen Jiuj fifty are tined except fur a breech cloth and are minted no two alikeI Fifty other runners 10 contest with tesourrivefrtxu the vuubtl across tile dividing ttrcam Two runners from tuft sdt durt down the track No saner do they ream ire goal Ulan two others start off and thus for two hours the races continue In relays of twos The victorious side Is given left prIvllegefof eecting the governor for 011 for Ue ensuing year In tie afleruixin dunce by bide ously painted clowns and mirtimiukers are followed by attempts to climb the pole whIch is nt last acoompiffhed Hud amid the yells of ate onlookers tile sheep fruit and grain are thrown to tine ground and carried off und St Jerome is supposed to rejoice in tho puppy conclusion of the festival in hl 1I0norfIn Right Direction South Bend Ind Spt 30 Tlie most novel educational class in the Urited Stat s has been organized in Boutv Renda class to which is tausht the value of pure air whole filth food and rest Tiie class was j organized by the Anti Tuberculosis Leaguer TMM main object In establishing the classes is to keep track of all sufferers of the disease especially those j persons who are not financially able to cpl y proper medical assistanceI Airs Harry D Jannnan Is the organizer ot the league and President Colonel Thaw Arthur Carlisle and C on Stevenson are Vice President Miss Jean Pond is Secretary and John B j Campbell is Treasurer OAiODXBetntli lUtill wit teHAI nElgX of mi s a l6 MemOry Of Carl G Parks who deisalted this life Sept 15t5i 1908 Vs Just in the bloiim of youth lIt was kicked by a young coil on tOt 3tht of September and lingered iu pulp unknown until the death angl came and took from Our midst bite of most promising young men OUII He was sixteen years of ago minded noble character und loved by nil who know iiini It is very louey It when we rats WB home on our way to school We miss bls cherry voice calling us to wait or good morning We consider the death atigel tiis ta ken one of our best pupils and school mates always reudy to share ills part of each and all sports Iud studys He was born and reared in Ohio county Kentucky Ills remains were laid to rest in the Old Brick House bury Ing ground to await the resurrection morn in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends But remember the beautiful angles are watching over ids sleeping body and will continue until he comes forthwith all his beauty 4o claim the crown that Is awaiting him in Glory It was indeed sad to see hisJ father mother sister and baby er to which lie wus so devoted return nome atone Hut dear parents lift UII your heads of eorrow Curl In ut IcstI altuough we will never fee him tiny more on earth but nope to meet nlm around the turone of peace Where parents and children shall live togtnI er forevermore number of his schoolmates were IA him until time last wren the golden gates were opened and gentle voice said come With farewe words unspoken he candy entered nonce He has gone to n world above where saints und angles meet to realize our Savior love timid worship at nls feet Curl sleeping camly resting in his silent dreamless bed no more care or curs molesting in those regions IIC tint dead Drop time warm tears for Jesus wept Sorrows shall rind relief In tears but let no secret grief be kept to waste the son through name less years They rest in hope their hallowed dust is watched and from the grave snail rise Earth shall restore Him sacred trustmade all Immortal for the skies The entire school extend their deep j est symputny to are heartbroken par ents and can only say weep not MARTHA SANDEltFUR MARY B WILLIAMI3 I AGNES WTILIAiMS AXlE M LEACH Committee and Scnool Mates eHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cures by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN S MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for const pation m Notice Orders Ohio County Court regular terse 1st day September 3 VJOS Hun W Boo Taylor County Judge presId Ing appearing to the satisfaction of lIteCourt that tee Fiscal Coun of County by majority of time members composing the same has tieVe U fore decided that Elections to re sulk n ire running of stock at large in Oiilo fjunty Kentucky si all be confined to till votirg precincts in sold uoutvy and It further appearing teat W H Reid and 27 other legal voters of rends No 30 voting pre cinct and J M Taylor and ISother legal totes ofEast Beaver Damn No i3votillg prcchmt have filed their several petitions herein praying nil election to be hold In their respec the voting precincts ut tllelegular election November 3 190S for purpose of taking to sense of Miek gal voters in etch of till said precinct upon ue quebtloji wneiuvr or noireil tle of any description Brull be per mitted to run at large In said pre ciucls on any of tHem acid it nni pearing unit said rurihioi eis have deposited with tilsl Court i sum of tueIcj led that said quesiiii Le tabullued- o too voters of said precincts nt tile regular election Novwnber 31901j and time officers of the regular elector are directed to open a poll at each and allot tJne volng places hi said pre tints lit Ohio county Kentucky for the purpose of ascertaining the will C tUc qegal votetin cacti of the mild precincts upon tue question vaeiher or not they shall permit cattle of any description to run nl large iu their respective voting precinctf Notice of tae submission oi thisques shall be publlsned at least 21I before the sold election In at four Issues of the Hartford ReI publican anewspaper of general cor culation in said county The Jut ty Cleric U ordered to Lave printed on the ballots of each of saId precincts the question For or against tne run- nIng at large of cattle in Prentis and Bast Beaver Dam voting precinci Ohio county Kentucky miming till precincts on each ballot IV CoPAttestIW S TINSLflY- 12t4 Clerk Ohio County Court Help for Kentucky Farmers Frankfort Ky Sept 30 Taiestatn agricultural office is receiving satisfac tory reports front the Stare Immigra tion Agent E J Green who is now n tae East dlnting suitable immigrants towards Kentucky to till tau- needs of Kentucky farmers find others wno want first class servants Mir Green is now at Baltimore whore no errs been for some time directing Uie work from one of me immigration siiUons He is working in nearly cooperation With time Government Immlv gallon Agent nud Is obtaining n sign cns nllltK for those who desire IAgent tlemIthe department uero I families in the western part of tsti state yulch re hus recently impplied I with tervants of the desiiuble kind All of Oiem ore German except one I woo is a Russian Ti H thou J1ti 0I their wives with tuem wiio want do nousework Severn of them aeve I Scimeldll1audLany neur Glasgow Mr LUny Is ofj German descent himself and asked for German servaws forwarding their trans portatlon on to Agent Green August I Janowicz and wife went to T P Newberry of Hlesvlle Barren coutwy near Glasgow They too do general housework Fred Dyroff aud wife went to D F Bryimt nt Danville I DaWali sI1dentat Princeton Dyroff and wlf were married just before they left the old i country ire young nnd anxious to work Agent Green reports that nil that the people of Kentucky jvho have to do is to send UlemlTnethat there were not eleven looses ofi transportation which lad been lidI vnnced in 1200 rases i Distress in FreeTrade England j FreeTrade England does not lack i periods of depression and armies of unemployed A London dispatch in tre New York Jourcp of Com I mercee says that tile situation in the British capital was strikingly 11 i lustnited yesterday when 3000 surrounded and attempted to their way into a hospital wnicit advertised for a porter nt a wage of HGO a week and meals A big detail of police lied to be summoned to keep order and to prevent the crowd from storming the building Troy Times Forest Experment Station Tao Unled States Forest Service tins Just perfected plans by wnicn forest experiment stations will soon be established in a number of westInational forest states of What too ugrlcuUurnl eXl1erlmenti slunJons have done for ment of time farms of the I Is expected these forest stations will do for too development of American forests As a first step in inls work an experiment station HUH nlrwdy established on the national forest in the CoconInoI ncadquuriers at Flagstaff Stations In Oliver national forests will be established Inter and it is the in leastiIthe sylviculture regions of the West Otto of the most important parts of the work opt he news experiment stations will be the maintenance of model forests typical of tint region These arena will furnish tie most valuable and Instructive object les sons for the public in general for and owners of forest laud nnd es pecially to tile technical and nd nntlonalldPretending to Know It is a curious fact that it is nearly SUMMARY OF PLATFORM 10N VjJJCll REPUBLICANS ASK INifORSENENT The American farmers welfare IS as important as that of wageearaers or captallst The Republican party in the past twelve has aided the farmer in agriculture and in bringing to him the conveniencesof rural reaches millions of our citizens andtVee rural mail delivery now we favor Its extension until Very community in the land receives the frill benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the trtcnse of the abutting owners In this work we commend the grpwsug practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com merclal industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent Sato passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which if appearing in the midst of Democratic rule or tho menace of it might have equaled the familiar Democratic panics of the past We congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of a complete restoration of businesss pros perilyTn all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic oppositiqn and enforced it after Democratic dereliction 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 greeter supervisIon and CQPtrol over and secure greater publicity in the mmanagement of that ss of corporations engaged In Inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately following the inauguretion of the next president In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection is best main tained by the Imposition of such duties as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reason able profit to American industries We favor the esablishmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent tho IAnother 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 wino havefallen 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 of Injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that no injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without notice except where irreparable injury would result from delay lu 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 bVterment of conditions among railroad employers The Republican party recagnlzes tho special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the interest of the great mIneral industries of our country we earnestly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mining Wo approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of time statutes against rebates and discrImInations believe however that the Interstate commerce law should be fur IWeamended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic 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 thei1We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as wni revive the merchant marine prestige of the country The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leadership in the legislative department to keep step in the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the indefensible fllbustering of a Democratic minority in the house of representatives during tho last sea slop many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of tic people and the encouragement of thrift 0 The Republican party is committed to the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and tho appointment of the national monetary commission by the present congress which will Impartially Investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization this purpose 11oCThe Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent of the American negro We declare once more aud without reservation for the enforcement in letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection and advancement of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim hIs disfrancbltemenl for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerlcari and repugnant to the supreme law of the land IWe call the attention of the American people to the fact that none of great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be en acted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Democratic admInistration or under one in which party responsibilIty is divided The continuance of present policies therefore absolutely raquires the continuance in power of that party which believes in them and which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation always the most ignorant people who are afraid of their ignorance being discovered If you commence talking to these people on some subject about which they know practically noinlng they are trot honest enough to nt mice let this become apparent so that one may tactfully turn thu conversation into other channels and thus find out probably what they do know and err easily talk about but they nod their Heads emphnlicaly acquiescing III everything you say Just as if that were the conclusion that they also had come to after long and minute investigation of the subject And it is only the bewildered and harassed 1theIring to understand all Uie time and what you have been saying is reality so much Cre ekor double Dutch to them Oh the hollowness and sham of 1 alit Why not have openly avowed their lack of knowledge nnd then if they sufi wlsned to aienr soihotuing more about wnnt you were saying they could nave added nut ItIs n subject that has always had a special fascina tion for me or greatly Interests me and then fraiiky setae them selves to listen throwing out a remark or asking n question here and there IA good lUleiier Is bound to gather togeuicr n cousin nmount of knowl edge or Ht least pick up n good deal of useful information wuetiior he Mn or not goodlistenertalkers persons wnose knowcdgc is strictly limited should lay Uieraselves willIIthe emptyheaded bore tooIsalways on tho lookout for the good otherwiselAnd I l tv y I 1 S0AzTAL060ES 8 IIf0111 UA 3ECURWRITENowUNIVLRITYDQ Grp J- s 51 ISo I I4 J J f 4 1 i 1 r i rv sw 999999 i 9 9999 959 999b 9 JJllJL aS9bSSSb6sSss N S 9999 9s s0 4y f 1 I 1 If J 1 rati r EXIIBITION 1 i 1 OF 1I1E U t Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal iron Range JONE o s EWEkr t WEEK OCTOBER 19 TO THE 24 J t h H r I FREE r1 750 i SETWith OF WARE Majestic Mirage sokf during- R this Cooking Exhibition we will give ab solutely l RIE ono luDf1smoi set ofatire xs shown This ware is js trorth 750 jf is worth a cent Wp t1o1tt add 7j0 o 7- et the price or the range and tell you you are getting the ware free hut statl aU Jilnj- esi trtc Range at the re nhu price Reolemher this is for exhibition wed only Ware will not bi given after this week This ward is or exhibition ul onrtorermd must be seen to be 3 pplefi31ed Come in any day during tle week Muk- eI our biscuit store your heahtuarters Tlave coffee anti biscuits with us Cone it you intend to buy tw lIutrthe illfilralatitrll gained wills rve lUll in the future I EV 0- I r s r 99 0 tlF TO THE COLORED ietterWritten by Dr E E Under wood of Color Kentucky t j The followIng letter was written by- 7r j Ulllllrwood Ull Intelllgnt and In tluentllli colored rJeWlllallCr mart of 31nuultfori and should appeal to the t colored Itepuhllcan U- I contrasted Ins lIsI torv nail traditions the plitfarm principles the po1CIes Uld uC IIndl ntents of tine two greet political ties will lardly be dellrTed from lIf pattt of patrlotw duty by tae garbad sophistries of IIi Heziy WuuHSr1 or tile false teaclllllgs of llfshop WI Professor Uultolsltev Waidron otter self appmiled misguided j leadora of theIr ntce whoso sincerity I Is open to question They should and do know only too f well gnat the Jklllocmtlc party hu nott unmindful of the fact that every law r t passed in this country during thelutl IhalC century luhnlcal to their cat has been Dernacrntic 1ntlJ1 Tliey should recall butt every t Crow car law on the of our beautiful southlaud wasplarI 4ed there by a Democratic II1ta1ature They Should read nark and in- wardlyh digest the fact that every Stale witch has enforced InrlWt r lava for the disfranchisement or the negro Is n Deutocnitic State To we 1 MANS PARTY They should rove little faith la s- or candidate for the Presidency trio whle raising the U7Jlbn t the people rule yet condones the r k b ohamefnl methods lJr which tile voice of the people Is sUttled In the sOColl- ltd solid South I1t tile ISIIIIIse of thotstnds of outraged colored voters rnd the eleclorata of that sectIon held I1C they doubt tie attitude of trDetnoeratic party to tile negro In tits ECampafgn they have but to read the lfnllciwhtg excerpt from the Democratic vatform of West Virglllin a nd the subsequent indorsement bY the llel1 ess leader and Denwcnttlc Believing that the extension of U elective fntnchlse to u race Lifr in Intelligence and wittclUt preparation for the wise nod prwlilIt exercise of a prlviege to vital to the mabtteQnh1ce of good government was a nlls1uke if nut a crime committed by the Republican party during the regal of passion and preludlee followtng the Civil Will for political ends and purposes we declare that tile Democratic party Is ht fa- Jur of so amending the constitution ar to preserve the purity of the ballot electorate ot glut State from the evil results from conferring such power a2d privilege upon those wro arE un nth to appreciate its Importance ns It effeets stahlllty and preservation of- gpoil gnvernmeut Wl favor the enactment of a law fto13lrlng common carriers In passengers traffic to fUInshfloplIllllC- couh el our compartments for white avid colored passongers may J1lalue a victory In West Virglnfa tram and tho National Conven f icnfdlOW J BRYAN It411vooclDemecmtlc National Com mWumun from Kansas City Post icl MiJ Kansas has long been weary of the negro politlclan Patience has its limit and I believe that the time has come wren tile people of Kansas will join Ue people of Mlssourl iu restricting negnt Suffrage j The above telllnio on Cite wall Indicates that the traIl of the serpent of the negro die frnnoisement Is moving norutward and that should the misfortune or I air UIYln and his party securing the control of tile Oovcrl1lnent oceurand tlmntely destroyed who arts lit all times been their unI fultering and courageous friend turn them from their party wtleh was rocked In the cntdle of freedom und which has at all times demanded equality of hope and opportunity for every mUll regardless of racecolor or previous condition of servitude rrhey should not forget tile party wrore basic and fundumenlnl principals have ever been a fair deal and square deal fur every man and It free ballot nail It fall count for every voter under our Immortal stars and stripes The Republican party through Ahrafam Lincoln gave tLI negro his lilt wrote the 13th Hth and 16th to our ConsUl ullol1 to guarantee nd safeguard his clilzen I snip And to this party only can strugg lag negroAmerican lookk for the perpetuity of his civiiand political rights JUdge Wm Howard Taft the son o- an abolftlonhtIsby heredity andprip- ciple the faithful and herolo frlen of the colored race and his electio to the presidency of this Republl- means a continued Qpendoor for th negro for his onward and upward march f DB she was called departed tills life on1 September 2fitb 1908 liter long suffering She left a pleasant consolation be hind that she was going home to rest with God In peace Site was seventy three years and five months old at her death They laid her to rest In the Allen burying ground She has II number of relatives and friends to mourn her sad departure God kuoweth best he gives and can take away but we know she Is done with her troubles and now Is wound the throne of God All that medical aid and loving hands could do was done for her but It and five chil dren to mourn her departure Thomas Allen Newton Allen Woodford Allen Mrs Mary E Jolinson and MrS Fran- cla Wilson She was the wife of WII- lllln Allen Weep not dQllr loved one for grandma She Is beckoning you to come We cannot call her back but let us so live that we may meet her around Gods throne and then well call It Heaven A grand child ANNIE WILSON Notice Last call for taxes until cost and c Is pddedso dont fall to get your receiptand save all cost and penal ties that will bo added soon Yours Respectfully n D MARTIN S 0 C Notice All persons having accounts or claims against the estate of C nStevens deceased are hereby notified to produce them properly proven at the law office of Barnett Smith Oft red W F Stevens Admr good house and barn acid plenty ot good water frhle farm Is 3mlle east of Cromwel1 and IBkaoVD aa the Geo w Mart farm r futherIn f rmatlOIi call on or addreiiDe at Iisrtiordlfy It r A t tfI 0 Facts About the Great Range It is the only range in the world of Malleable and Charcoal Iron e It has beynndany question of a doubt the largest and best reservoir It uses about half the fuel used on other rttflges and does better work by far The Majestic All Copper Nicked Reser- t for heats the water quicker and hotter 4 5 than any other Itis the only reservoir with n removable frame The Cilareoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts three tinges as lung as- tt steel hotly Being made of nonbreakable material there is practically no expense for repair in IAIas longas a range It three times as mUW- 1ProofWe dont ask you to take our 1 word for any of the above statements but if you will call at our store a man from the factory where Majestic Ranges are made will prove Ito your satisfaction that these are absolute facts anti will show you niany more reasons why the Great Majestic Range is absolutely the be t that money 0can buy EVERyBCDY VVELCClCE WELCOME 1E PBARNES BROSJI Beaver Darn Ky oo ss 90 wry 999r98r 6N9a s9ss9S999s INTEREST VOTERS j efplliltllrrltlouJiIlrul INIand irae DemD1crallc denutbugie DemocraticI JenningsI telegraphhis InIIDemocratic extract llUndwrltlug peIrlod louldIllot isOf goSne Octoberf Salee HiRTIN Ma- gestic madee YBODY rtS9do09s1 Frankfortj BEAVER DAM Oct 7Rev A D Gardner tllled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night Miss May Dlr Who Is teaching music at S4 Charles spent Saturday and Sunddy with her mother at this place Mrs F 0 Austin spent a few dugs at Hartford this week Misses May Buckburn and Ethel Thorpe spent Monday und Tuesday the guests of Mr and Mrs J II Tuck er Mr K V Williams was In Louise last week on business Mr John H Barnes Is making a trip through Arlctwsas tills week Mrs Cook Dean of Sulphur Springs Is the guest of Mrs Millie L Bean for a few days Miss Mario Austin and Mrs J E WillIams spent a few days In Louisville last week attending the horse show Mrs Hurry Monroe spent lfonday nIght In Rockport Mr James P Taylor is erecting a trice two story brick dweiL1ng next to his livery stable whlph will be quite q nice addition to We town Rev J M Horn who has been pas tor of the M Echurch here for the past year will go to Scottsvlle Ky He was formerly there for five years He will move his family at once Notice A S of E The ASoc E Finance Com mittee met October 2 1908 was called to order by DFord and after aa short conference agreed to sell our pledged tobacco nt the earliest time and If possible open the warehouse by November I 1908H D BURCH See JINGO Oct 7Healthh g nerally good Mrs Alice MUrphy was called to trip bedside of herslsterMrs M T Lti ens at Eddyville this week wtto fe seriously Ill John P Johnson and wife otNar rows are visiting heth g kt- Mr B IL Bro n at Uy eateJoo tOwn vlslted J L 1sneIv aidRife 1 near this place Saturday and Sunday Alonzo Gray and wife West Hart ford made a flylgg trip to thlll place Sunday A D Powers and wife vIsited at Taylor Mines Saturday and Sunday Leslie Combs anti wife visited V D D Stevens Sunday A G Murphy made a flying trip to Deaver Dam Sunday Little Miss Auabelle Howard Is on the sick list Mrs Julia Allen was called to the bedside of her granddaughter little Mhuile Patton near Horton last Sat urday who Is seriously 111 t EDISON PHONOGRAPhS I have accohted tiro agency for the Edison Phonograph and Records torIHartford and will carry an stock of elicit at all times will also i furnish any part or repairs DO any kind of repairing Crowds attendd my tree exhibition oftBryan Taft and 9tber records every l day Come today as ttbrthe talk of the town 1Genuine Edison PI1onograph with the new big hors at irO and 2500 p and up on terms of tJOO s Week TAPPANNbualaeeefaa broi+ 4 jJ 1 t r IN DEATWS SLEEPc mftl SEES HEAVE Meets Father end Brother I Long Since Dead i EtbIP we1J a frock ft New York Girl In a Trance Sees the Savior I IAttor awukenktgtront whatnppenre toiJO the sleep ot death Ethel Pow t ILvcduelBrookl1I cotbubrother IIf1terbe ulowed to go to wpkad till I support the uUSec1d 1 l fr tip- os1Uou r I lu tile 1111l1lonltr departnteu- Qt the Amerlcan News conpany of- llhnl1attulI where site reinalned uttti- ten weeks ago One day sae cum hlalnod of being m and Was compeller to take to her bed Tno family llUtI clan pronounced ner cnse one or IJJIII al meningitis HerlI art bcamo wl dC and also began to waste away The physteian could do little for her fO- lEthcl was brooding over the lour or her tattier and little brother Ctutrlie rrho girl brightened upaweek ago and last Sunday called her mother to I her bedside where UIO two pvuyed to getlter About 10 oclocle that night Ethel fell Into what uppeared to be a peaceful sleep Her mother heard the girl tdidng to herself With her hands clasped Ethel would murmur the word beautiful uud her CftI ShseenfitheI remained In that condition for hour her eyes fixed on the ceiling though her mother spoke to liar re heatedly she made no answer Dr Steen of New York hospitalre thlngKnowuconsciousness but rllllod cowererettdminfster 1uIHvardDr Steen hold II lighted candle before her face but the eyes never ever twitched To all nppearrmces she was dead and only a taint beating of the heart told the doctor that lfc was not extinct Thus site wy for a whole day IWord was sent to the rectory ottlt- Busnwfck Avenue Congrelattonal church und the pastor the Rev Dr John LewIs Clark hurried to the Pow ell home Ethel was ate of his Clock and ire tried to mouse her He said last night that iu response to his of torts II bright smile clime to We girls face and Wo word benutUul was murmered through the tlgnUy close d teeth The minister watched at tllO bedside fora long time und frequent y saw tire smile illumine the gLrl fact and heard the word beautiful ru- peated Dr Steen and the Rev Dr Clark made other calls but away found Ethel in taw trance Fisially at l oclocle Tuesday afternoon 42110Urs in after she tell Into what looled Ills e death SCII Ethels eyes moved and she spoke Oh mamma I have been to ltcav- en were her first woods WJlo1 IL beautiful place Why did they brln me back It was nil so bright stn lovely up there and everybody Is so to happy rinRegaining strength ttto glll told her mother II remarkable tory Situ described u beautiful gate opened toner and angles carrying hr through space until she suddenly saw God be tore her I co God had n book but Jo told mo It was not my time yet said Ethel I saw pnpa uud llttcf Cllarlle Joth having tsings and they also said tnat It was not tlmff for tnc to stay In ot heaven It was so beautiful that pleadebuty on earth and comfort you mamma and that Is the reason I come back But I must go buck for there Is no trouble In heaven all happiness andvno J1ln Dr Clark was notified that Ethel to had awakened from her trance and us going to her bedside heard her tell what she had seen in heaven rule mInister was amazed but Ethel told her story so convincingly that he de dared lust night there was no rea80n to doubt It orihea friend of the Powell family was summoned and ho also heard the tale from EQtels lips Since Tuesldya sha has been conseiou and repented over eland oyes again story of her v181- 1foto leaven 111fuucresignedtoe Is- dpuht uo that whatshe says isrtruetieI r- L J ot mot t 7 r naEiDo ney curES f T1io n nvlllJuoltlou Is asked conI orning IIrlllrcclI two leading mrdl tines i Golden Medlenl Discovery and Favortl rl IIcalIand acts espelnUy favorably In a curt five way upon mucous lining sue races ns of nasal ptiarl throat andIthat ca s rhuther O disease affect the nasal Pl ia s tho t ntlarf nx bran labowelsasuterus or other pe vie Urgrt oIn Mt ler ft dV A far t r Hasa Iaraa e ir were n ac rl e hilts an II r t w jj11 ann Is as power u yet goat y act uq InV ti at womlout L caused the brerih don n lavorltc regalutLiIg n ndition or the whole boas or particulars wraps each tottle joIcplt+ or all schools of Iraltcoas gudCl In prescrlLiuq say or Ch n gradient entering Into these mMllcuiea sronis or bestowed n tho- I several Ingredients entering into Doctor Piercos medicines by such writers should have morA wolght han amount aprofessional Iostimoliials becau 1such men are writing for thofJuldalico or their medical brethren and know whereor 1they speak medicines are non alcohollc nun Ceret and contain no harmful nabltr- ormlnlt drugs Iwinq compared or Itlycerlc extracts or the roots or native American medicinal forest plants are tallsold by deniers medicine You cant atfoni to accept as a sub tltuto for one or these medicines or known composition any secret nostrum Dr Tierces Pellets smallsngarenated easy to take as candy regulate and In- vlgoratCI stomach liver and bowels elated Mrs Powell last nIght ItmnhJe that she wll gat well but renotWhy James Lee Got Woll Everybody In ZnncsvLle 0 know lira llIry Lee of rural route 8 e writes lly husband James Lee rmly believes ho owes his life to use of Dr Kings New Discovery affectsad that rOn UI11IIUO l seemed inevitable when n friend recomme ded Now Dlsj cov r We tried It and its use ha stored him to perfect heath Dr Ulroatllandlds Jlhas np equal One dose guanmteelat Mother Ot all toe words cherished by the rccollectlou of manor oil the Hume lie d sacred In his memory that or Mother falls opal this mart wltll th e most sublime influence How sweet the recollection In otter ears ot n mothers tender trtnluE and who Is there that sofinds uu relrf lure curllng to the sconce or hIs Inrancy Gilded with the recollections oCrDlh ers lenderncss And haw many hac nobly owned that to the sahgtn y in fuenre than exerted hey must nll tribe their future success tllOI avoIdance of cull when no eyes 1preIIupon Item but which rested fire the warnings the pntYlr and teara of n moWer OwelSmoy love ns fondly Jut lieIer lignin while time Is ours shall un ones lovebo tous as fond as tondo as devoted as that of our dear ohlI tremblIng mother Through helPlesS fancy her throbbing heart was n andiot chit 1100d her gentle hand ministered nnd soothed as none other courl We feelt animated to struggle more manfullyI 6iiusIn cnlldltoodtj early dawn nor1 the slIppery paths of yuutn Ala theta words of tendernesstalus pious pccceple softened by n mother lovetoo mUM unheeded loan dlsru gardendue now brightened lu urcan Dry and constitute our sweetest ra- llections Her prn3era for us In childhood her sparking crystal t11S made IIn Impression on our oUg minds as durable ns time and over now they bid us walks In the laths rectitude tnajorilda while living How heedless hr w- tp e youth of all her anxIeties and Mnd Hess But when she Is droll and gone whoa tue races and coldness of to- orld come withering to our hearts when we experience how hard It 1 find true sytupatfiy bow few lov for ourselves how few will be friend us for our mlCsortune U1811WCI think ot the mother that loved ustl and to her our thoughts turn yarn lag Iountaln Advocate Excellent Health Advice of Mrs Ieworthfamily remedy for headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bow 1q SQ pronounced that I ant prompted to say a Word In its favor r the benefit of those seeking re from such l1tt1cUons Iherols organInsn s Boltuudel e Qc I ml w t L t 1 l A 6000 CITIZEN TO t LEAVE US SOON t Dr Family60to I Olll htms dateI To NewsGleaner Of recent ne or the leading papers published Shawlleetowll 111 has tile folowing 10 say about Dr J R wllllans nnd wife who ere formerly Ohio CountI people As announnd In n previous Is- ues oC tills paper our flat Dr J It WlIllanls has dllI81 ed of Ills burlutss In this clay to Dr McCall or VInn1 nail I will depnrtlfunrhty for Dtntnt Okh t IIIjoinhim there I IItoIt must be sold he had notblm with us long before his many quulltles an cautions demeanor gained for nl10 the eseeut and confidence ot our peopl and his hllbUs of Industry arid excep tlonal slId ua n dentist rod atrne d for idol a lucrnrive practice which ex tends througJout this and lIdJolnlng1 counties wIthin and without the sta Dr Williams la II graduate ot th- ouisvilleL CuCege ot Dentistry one ot the leading Institutions or we kind J attendIIInggraduation kept abreast with the ad nncement In dental surgery so that f e has gained for himself at putation with members or his pro- Cession His connection with the in lerncrtlonni Dental AHoclaUon the 1111 It oafs Dental Association Ue Kentuck State Denial Association and taeOk Slate Dental Soclaty have glvLen him the advantage or the acqualn tanco trod lnforwatimt to Jo gulnelll jlJers 1ra inIlllmtttnelgbhoAla t t- Iffeud and lIe and Ills estimable tnmll leave sere with We regrets of till crape communllY utl t1elr deparur and with the bell wlstla of aC Co UI success and i 111111111111 hI Ielr I- 14W lwme sl Re heartily crlllll1Clld Dr 11Vlllum- lu tlr citizens of Durant aul lit Hc I public as II clever pnlntaklng accent pllolhed sllkled and reliable llellLiIi fuCy pnparcd to render first clll1 setvtcu and worthy In every respe t ut tle Ialloll ge and esecm of all III and ills family to lie of II high ly class ot which conimuni St ould to llroudjShe Likes Goo +i Things FrankiOIlIna e Pills as our fnmC laxative ntedlci iof because they nre good and do the r work without ranking n fuss aLuttt It Theso painless purifiers sold at all druggIsts 2Gc m t How a Great plan met DeathtE greedwas of lutllLt to le Historian nml render because what till event s too history of nations are non zed to trace theft tauss staid stud- fish y of results It will Le oast tiley ill 1010 the fruits of the efforts or men who stood above their follows mid left Weir impres upon WillI gat- erntiou t Greatness Is II reludivu term Ju there la to Jo found now and tpu ttoug the pathway or fJntulltfl solo uuut wife In Uc lelll of invention of I science of sUttesrnausbipofatr os vI war blonds lu such toworiug proem lnenco that ho Is n world figure UPOIl which Immortality boa put Its stall u Stonewall Jtlckson was such n milt 11lIIewas a rare unique waldertuis citaru ter HIs case rlemansttnted elUt cut 111 ttlgnf0orderneeds opportualty to muiutcst Iuclt IILl sThsot cloistered In tl10 Virginia 1Uli1nry Institute when In Mty ISGI he on I the confederate Army and In less than two years ho belted Ule i posterIItythe stoutest commanders of 111f eat Or modern times and a simple entleman devoted Christian soldier anT How such n man mm death can not tail to bo of interest W every 111a- nor woman Cll1able ot admiring true greatDels and hooUtyof 1Il0And char eater rrhe Cory has often been told but not accurately simphyt and willy uch tenderness and pathos gr Dr HUnter llicGnirc who wa8 tnedi lr t r ofJticksona Corps 1rny of of Nor4hernVlrglgfa7l r h1ScGv1rPwas ith him n sn9r J l1e ir i i Ir Wits wounded until il0 sank Into scep eternal In u mltt valuable work recently issued entitled To Curtedernte Ce use and Crrrnduet to thc way Be- lsvau ire waste Ly Dr fc0uit e told HOI1 George I Crfs1lnn rillIrmcn If tae UlstolY CotmntUeo or idle Unit II Confederate Vetciutts nppcrrs an address ott Stonewall Jackson IJy j1r and sate nst ClltLlIr of the jMCGUlre the wounding told death of us told by Dr1fcGuirewh- ouhns one or the most distinguished oil American physlcinus turd surgeons und wnu died only a few years ago wouldiUe day he said IIIY good Very good It tic ulr Willm Col PundItIon camel iluta tee afoot tie caked hint wo Is preacnlrg rtt heudquw ore ohy sal lsvheu tolll that situ tvtuicr 11I11Y WilS fur lam ia tdci Iluilk Gc1 they am very kind It fa tile larda day 1y wIsh Is fulfilled J- jlllu always desired 10 dl on Sun 111 1 When offered ruuu brandy and willIIf to the last Wcn told that Lc had bu two I hours to live hi answerer Very good It Is nil rlgit A fowl nttuulr heron be died lie crud out I His lIellrlum Order A P Hill to InfantrylolioHIHII8 thou slappedtHis mlull ssis still with his 1I carps Ira tstls still coding fast daunt 11511 eslolltiIIU grey Latahots were In that last hour dl1C1J1ng hoCr1 I him causalowould speak ngalu He did speak and must have been that with the ot unfailing faith he caught II visI Inn of the joys reserved for the dtllllecl and upon his ears mast have rlvIIbvrrs of ctelllILI beauty mnlwthI glad tile shy of God for Dr McGulro sags sweetIspread over pale lace 11 Uc said qufetl and WIlli an ex us uT relief Let us cros- sriuvlr till river raid nwt untlll ate of tlte lIes turd taco wltl1uut a tills lest strulglc Hs spirit 11Jh1n from wu1i + to the God sulfa rlJicnutiful ending of It nolllo lifeI pusaiug or IL majestic sou Blessed Is the land which could bring forth n son who could so live nnd so dloHouston Crnonlcle For Sale iWe have about 70 acres of good landon the Harts Ford roadono land halt miles from Sunnydnle direct bn the 31 Ii d E R U Loud dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply otI freestone water 75 acres at Davidson Station on the ensboro branch of the I C n It acres fine bottom land will grow 4 or SO bushdo Corsi to acre lv acres rplUng lanll very fertile Two flux Springs everlasting water bounded ani the South J rough CreekIeight rooms new Clay street Hartford Ky Price and reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents l About Milo Trey 111O u cove crop out Vest l wIlCI1 tey cal mllo It fa a sort 0l1I ssidch furs tondo itself ItlIIl t H drier uploads or Tex fs Xw iloxico Qlomdo Iknms and Olla nomn traits turrttuty has n Vii r itg lnnllal rahrfal or seventeen to twenty five 1HOnrs 1Illot ear the callasvea found to mature at petals In Colorado WIIh8t treat occurred Its routs pr rre nlte tropi r rro to four feat rcGer tI innlstuye n uppsreire Uu HdsI uud nail not like nu ear oC curc Will covering of Puslc but rerg ttr- ilia that or JIUOIII Carla wl1l u IucIloosely Igluwn seeds around tIof the stalk It can ho IlInlsl1- Jy macii1nel Is coati tires orl uudI Ieda from thirty to fiftyfive bushelS acre Its uutln use Is for trIO teed lug of livestock and lIS such It adds other tnnlnarny to We strength ot in regions or small rainfall us nature finds It way or furnishing plants adapted to malntnll lICe iu desert places us to the cactus and now the recently discovered htllo Selected CASTORIAFor Tntits and Children he Kind You Naro Always Bought Boars tho 71S1gMtureof EG C k Hard to Please I suiJ1f you cnll na few tan- atefulpeople tYcealitwliredopporlunlty Setae theuiscc mto Mick y ought to pay tottff0wear and tear on thknack- r I Y i 0 I CENTAeslmll cUngueSIOJIiIdIs owdsri tki PromotcsDigeshonflrelld nelUaOpilNOT NARCOTIC BqtlltJllJtillmIJ1111El IdtI11IIItr M1tIIII tlhrV ti r IIntrmi =tAonSouriiacLDa isIevtrie- hIleSSittldLOssOF StEEP TacSaie Sl nan e or TrUT vnnlT CASIORIA For Infanta and Children The Died You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA me r1CNIAUR CONPANY tOIlK em lOUR CLUBBING RATES u lITHE REPUBLICAN find Louisville Hcalcl135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily liertal 325 hE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIlE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDlmocmt 175- fHJ REPlmrIcAN and Horne and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and COAmoplitnn 325 THE REPUBLICAN and lwicea Week wensboroLlquiter 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceuWleelr Uboro Mettseuger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C PHIS REPUBLICAN and laylorTrotwood Dlagarine 150 rHE RlwumICAN and New Idea Womans lrIngaziuc 135 Address all orders to TIE REPUBLICAN It t3 29 YEARSby 1 1 1 1 1 1 NC Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every b- itKONt1IMtENTE SOLD BY USbfIt to- GEO ISHEL SONS t PROPRIETORB =I b Owesnboro Monumental Works y bafiC Ito Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You f Money on dill Good Honest Wort t +vrtiwrr iv av w rvaaaa w aw4 ONE Off THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice ut our place We can suit the most particular man Como over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter lstillg for you without oven asking for your order We hays the nerve to think that you will flak us to measure you up Quell without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean ladies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH I Dont Forget the Place THE PAN TIQRUM I WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop i- rI 1- r N I 4 4 4 Hat1for RebUblican- CM BARNETT EDITOR TF21rPS0 3 bzlan4eSouch 3Sz 3 FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 REPUBLICAN TICKET For President flog WILLLIM lL TAFT ot Ohio For 1Ice President HON JutES S SHERMAN of New York For Iember ot Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W CADDIE of La Rue County ANNOUSCEENTS FOR REPRESETATIYE We are authorized to announce Esq W S candldte subject sentative fromaOhio county to the Republican primary election Jan uary 9 1909 FOR COLNTY JUDGE We are authorized toannounce Judge W B Taylor a candidate for reelection to the position of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republl can Primary election January 9th 1909 We are authorized to announce J U Wade or Fordsvllle a candidate for Judge or Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce Judge n n Wedding of West Hart ford precinct a candidate for Judge ot Ohio county sUbject to the Republican Primary election January I 1909 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G DarraH a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Court Clerk ot Ohio County UbJec to the Repub- llcan Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U G Raland of Sulphur Springs precinct a candidate for County Court County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce W S Tinsley a candidate for reelection to the position of County Court Clerk of Ohio Coupy subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- We are authorized to announce C E Smith ot West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election January 9 1909- We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of IVest Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney or Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1t09 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce T H Black or West Hartford precinct u candidate for Sheriff or Ohio County subject to the Ret can Primary election January 9 1509 We are authorized to announce G A Ralph of Rnlllh precinct a candidate for Sheriff or Ohio County sub ject to the Republlcan Primary election January 9 1900 We are authorized to announce S A Dratcher or Point Pleasant pre cinct a candidate tor Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Itepubllcan Primary election Jauuary 9 1909 We are authorized to announce T H Menton or Centertown preelaet a candidate for SIleriff or OhIo County subject to the Republican prinury election January kh 1909 FOR A33E35011- We are authorized to announce G Dam Royal a candidate for Aaeea- aor or Ohio County subject to the Reptlblkan Primary election January 91908 We are authorized to announce DaMlard Felix a candidate for Aaaes- aor of Ohio eouaty uWeet to the Re- pubitaa primary election January I 1M FOlt SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Halley E Brown of Cool prinp precinct a eu41dUe for County School uperln- tsWeat of Ohio County subject to Ue Repubtan Primary elEction JAn nary t 7809 We are tborlled to announce Henry Leach or Cromwell predneta canI dldattl for County School Superintend eat Abject to the Republican prima ry tlactfoa January 9 1S1 FOR JAILER We are authroled to W 3r olener a candidate for reelectionI for Jailer or Onto oouuty subject to the action of the Republican primary- election January 9 1M1 We are authorized to announce WI P Mtdkiff ot North Rockport pre duct a candidate for Jailer of Ohio prljmaryFOR CORONER We fe authorIzed to announce Dan lei lOng a candidate for Coroner of Ohio countysubject to the RepublicanI primary election January 9 FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce John M Graham a candidate for Magistrate i In the third Magisterial district of Ohio County subject to the can primary tie Ubn Januniy 9011 1909 i hreowgeks until the election of Taft Organize a Tuft cad Sherman club In your precinct The American Society ot Equity court not be drab ed into lottks by oiUl- I er sIde We must retain a tariff wbich enables our workingmen to obtain trree time the wages paid In Europe and keep the money at home Every man should have a fair doo In politics as well as elsewhere and this means the poor man as Well as the one In good circumstances SenatOrBradley histtc terse way referred Bryan to his proper cats when he said There Is a sane patriotIsm and an insane patriot Ism Triaaks tubltrauknocks we do not have to register la every lit t e hamlet this year and tot a registration certificate uroung all tile year 1 Tie great Taft tour or the North- 1Vest last week left no doubt tr one ever existed that the electoral vote ot all that country wilt be given to the Republican candidates It will be useless to win a victory from the tobacco trust und throw It away by erecting Bryan und a Democratic Congress to remove tariff from we PhlllpplIJe tobacco coming into Ute United States Samuel Gompers has tied his for tune to the tall or the wind and the storm will strew his wreckage on an uncharted coast He Is the first ItS he will be the last labor leader to attempt to betray organized labor Into the Democratic camp Labor Is not ready fur Ii four years rest tfeIto ue brim of camloaign money and i Mr Bryan inalsta that there same Re publicans are hard yut to for cash To concede the sineezity of both gen- tirmen ts to argue monumental tnor anee ll tare eandldate or his talnabie I press agent RttpubJlcanIi yours of Outo county will tee tw heir ctudd8 ea Ut14l neithtr money of wskey to corru t e Y T- ReiubllwnI arty OUt to er trad i tion Is awmys ready tu take an advanced tttP In the cure or good government and brood morals The voters havetneir eyes on those who i In tte past tare dltllled with Dffn hieratic boodle and they will see thM- folrI cue has Ii t1UHn deal i Henry 11atterson In his role or Dryi I an uKthght Is wndtfg In troubled waters lnabe or unwilling to defend Bryan against the Indictments the ICourier Journal has returned against aim the versatile editor turns his battery or invective agninsta fellow n- mocraUc editor Mr Ochs of the New York Times whore only crime Is that after having twice stood with Mr Ilat 11Ialon between Bryuns aubttton Ana InIi parrotOne of the surprises or the national e eetlon will be the enormous htcreasr- in tLe socialist cote For twelve ead- toe Bryan Democracy has waged suca- an fdlaednrlnate war ou wtaitit ii- Ip large number of laborers ne ensue to look upon as wealut itS their na oglcforTen thousand JnUluslujc IOchtIlet 1paid R gate fee to hear their great i lead r sllCak In New York and till de- monstratfon equaled and pondal meat j fDg of the oomplIga Ohio county will poll a number ot socialist votes till year megaacreThe of a whole negro family at Hickman Ky by a tend of masked savages ill tne crown Ins crime in a reign or terms In brut era KonUleky The head ot the f family wu charged with acme trWiug crime but no itoaible apology ron be offered for the murder of the wife au- cidldren I An itfant in Its mowers arms wu snot to death and a nu J nightrj with bullets TI e newIapers are ex1- peeted to paint a remedy for fraI grant disorders but tile conditions per areahardfires a column of Its accustomed aIi- vectives against the calloused brutes I that comltttd this barbaric crime Au well denounce the Jungle tiger to get results These barbarian brutes are Iayoud the reach or toe preachments ot the press but the respouaibla people wtose tolerance makes these put breaks possible should to brought to the bar of public aecouaL When the lions escape from their atge they may be snot as a present necessIty but their keeper Is called to formal account The good people of South m Kentucky anti there are plenty ot them there should ha given to under stand that the country looks to them and to them alone to restrain their crIminal and Irresponsible citizens iW ti7r 1 Ollie James should be made 1 knowI tent no special honor win li8Ci1to the representative ot tile most law less district In the unIon and M r- I Stanley should be advised thni Jn h zeal for Ute farmer votehis speec es are believed to have Intiffumed these dltions ot lawlessness In hh distric The CircuIt Judges and Commo- wealths Attorney lu Southern hn lucky siloud be asked to prize t1e good name ot their section of the Star e above heir chances ot reelection The people not the lIons are responsible Shelby Taylor Nominated o d friend and former townstnt IIOurShelby Taylor who left net years ago and settled in Crowley i La was nominated Jna pr teary election recently for Rail Commissioner In one or the distric- of his adopted State beating ids opponent more than twoGloueaddcute- Mr Tarors nominatIon Insures hi election and hIs many friends he- stand ready to congratulate him 011 nls success For the IJttst two weeks the paper ot the State have hod cotsldcrable to say about the disappearance of 1- E 1 Smith a student at the Kentuck- Stale University at lkxirg1oll A diligence has been used In searchilg- I for the mIssing boy but ud trace him can be found ills friends thin j has been the victim or a lazIng ace I dent and Is deadt Young Smith wh Is a nephew of Mr Thomas H Benton of CootlrtowlI Is the son 1Ii here where h8 us ninny friends wioI walt whit anxiety the outcome affair Notice Coji called to meet In the Court Hour l at HArtford on Saturdny Oct 10tbl 1904 at 10 oclork n m to i such bualnees as may come before sal- meetlog There will be important bus iineas to be tlRuucted and each i member of the committee Is earnest y I rqquU8ed to be present In perwo Tire candidates for county oUIer be voted for It tr e primary toI are reepeettully hvled to attend t meeting This 29 day of Sept 190F- M S RAGLAND Chwn J G KEOWN Sec Ul2 i An Ohio County y Making Good j Tile daily l1t1pers published at Qu n eg llltnols give Interesting accounts rrf a warmly contested base ban gnm played in that cUr recently between the atethodist and Baptist In wmel tovns1ier fur the Baptist He Is highly com IllIm med as a twirler having struck out eighteen ur nls opponents at tne i nome plate besides receiving specie mPDtlon n other ways At tae conI olnslon the game stood 2 to 1 In favor i or the Methodist YourS Rogers 11Rogerswhere tae has many relatives who wB- watcn his career with lntere t forORear 1t1Slerllugthe Democrats for reelection fo Judge or the Court or Appeals In tb Seventh Aplollate District The R publican majority Is about 10000 In i tact district ArranWana- f i At her home on Union street Tues day evening Miss Debbie Taylor I- iavery charming manner entertain tae Arrah Wanna club The were beautifully decorated with gel i den rods und the tfillles were hand painted In golden rods Niue rames ot progressive fund were played after wntcn rofresnilents were served Those present were members 3fiaaes Annie Patton LIllie Button Pearl Titamns Ertle Rende r Lillie Miller Leoua Maddox Nora Be- nett Mary Keown Stella 11oerner an Yrs Berry Taylor guests of honor UNes Lilllo Dratchor Paullna Smltbl MaUle and Ella 3losley Sadie u Em Tlllor IRtUe Sftndertur mes J F Vickers C E Smith C tier J B WISon T R Barnard Notice j I am just In receipt or a letter Iron t the United States Civil Service Corn mlsson derecUng that Rural Carrier examinations be held nt Hartford Ohio countY Kentucky on Saturday Nov i 1903 Any one desirIng to take thIs examination will please call at m f office for the necessary blanks which blanks and application must reach t1e Civil Service Commission Carrier DIvision Washington Don or before Wednesday Oct 2S 1903 3L L IIEAVRIN Postmaster Thanks We hereby express our thanks to the many pemona who showed u such kindness durIng the J1lne an erbaekindness and sympathy and wejsbal 1bray 1 44 IN TOE INTEREST OF I AN HONEST PRiMARYi- s I Writes Our Narrows CorresKond injtlwas ResPected j amtwe Ky Oct 7 Editor Re- publtcan i Your publIcatIon last weeks ot We movement to eliminate every losslble corrupt practice from the aprmcblng Republican primary hts Nexrix profound Interest among Ike colors ot this end of UIII W1ti1jlAt SI have had personal charge or tt repetition printed last week and I am allIIrofor a primary that will optical to Inc best morals or the county Two orltetra of thorn nave heslthted to jtAe Ietltlon for the rule I iuut11 Assured that It will so drawn as to give nbroI can1k 01Rt Hartford Saturday Since the pub kiIffor Superintendent oLScaoo have been added to the Petition I Waco not yet born able to otter the petition to some or the mndldules- I for the minor offices Jut I am assured they are heartily In favor of the movement ofmsour candidates are opposing a fair I I primary I desire to correct tats rev port I have personally Interviewed I each of the candidAtes for the mpor dtavt offices and they are all Auzious Ito enter Into an agreement to sceure an absolutely fair primary As men tuned above some differences NJ to dPtail have arisen but oohs of teem has opposed the purpose ot tilt UIOII mw I rtrl+ taut this rumor has I gained currency for the candidates- is each a gee lman and worthy of eer- i lion to the office to wllcn he aspires and thIs belug true none of them could oppose a fair primary Any Ctnj dldate who would deliberately rei b join his fellow candidates In n squares nld honoralyl deal In a prinrary elec i Linn Is unworthy to hold office Ate the hands of the people and tee chances or ills election woud be nil The torruptiunist was mighty In I his day but ns day Is pest A momv hI awakeuilg Is orotiFiug the con science or ue American people and I fees election Is one of its most insistent demands In tie national cons litest corrutticz In nigh places has absorbed every other issue and HllskllF and Fornkers Ire being drlv1 isI111IIIITbe Democratic candidates before S prlmAry election In War ren county are taking an Iron clod oath to use no money or other thing Intheua are doing likewise Though there may be some differI ences or opinion at to county committee at Its meeting a I adoptItI s- swill prevent the possibility or any candidate taking an unfair advantage I ofcorjrupllvg pressot tie rules ullopted Every good ReId publican In Uc county wno a son brother or dead who II In butdI publicIotrlceI and encourage s movement that bids I theJcountry J H THOMAS For Sale IOne Studio Camera 8 by 10 cherry metal brass Bauch and Loin rectilinear lens Iris diaphragm n and L Shutter speed G F Burke and James automatic stand plate hold era and all attachments The best Camera for studio Work I N O It ROWE KYC 1 COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE 9insair Crsaan Taylor ot Texas is 6It td at Coopers Sunday aUernoon but f to return from a visit to its- llsster at Roobester In time to fill Iolr JOlniCoper sect 3Dss Eva Jar were quietly nIqrried at the 1 r 1 J Nothing Equals Peruna For Serious Kidney Troale affection 1A5tf1ma 4 E St- VratnStColoradoSprings CI a retired real estate moo vrtleaI n mm of over seventy prerI bean using It about a year ago tfT asthma and kidney trouble and t + eri lstttes I have not OJ1 fnmllyhliJIAtlr1ates Ilcaith to Peru na- WIIani Hnlley6S I St E Wn1- hU1tn D C Past Col Encampment No W tuloll Veteran Legion and tromlaeatty identified of- hie great lalllr protective associationsI In Chicago and Sew York and Serre- tnry of one or the largest aaaociatlonsIn thirtyIper uadtd to try Ieruna nnd bill present I JIfalthy condition Is attributed to his judicious use or that great remedy Iro considers himself now quite cured and In excellent physical condlt1ot Who Buy 00 home of and by Bro G W Gordon Sunday afternoon I Miss Eda Stevens spent her sister 311ss Lee Stevens off Bald Knob Mrs James Black who had been Isltlng her parents 3Ir and Mrs G 11 Gordon returned to her home last wok i Mr and Mrs Estill Arbuckle and Coleman visited Mr Henry Stev- i cons Sunday j Mrs Emerson Rogers who has been er ill for several days Is j Orpha Stevens who has had eery severe throat trouble Is to be Mrs Jac kson spent Sunday at Mr L Stevens j For Sale I will sell my farm 150 on Lewis Creek three and one alf miles south of Beaver Dam Ky acres In Umber a good house and one opening for coal bank H TAYLOR 1013 BeaTer Dam Ky Oct 5Wm H Druner preached to good crowds Here and Mrs Dine Cooper wno has been visiting kOre the past two weeks rEturned home und wite Mrs liar in Floyd and son ot l1r- I Haynes of Tltrustort Mr No 3 No 2 1 Grain Measure 112qt gal pall 200 gaL 1Gz1G bread bread bread bread Addns san So John L I St louiS o Read What Mr Clow of Colorado Says A Jfan Over Old I Internal Catarrh Mr John N Watkins 3134 Shenan doah Ave St Louis Mo writes Among alt the greatly advertised medicines for kidney and bladder trouble there Is nothing which equals ervna I suffered for several years with this trouble spent hundreds of dollars on doctors and medicine and all to no purpose until I look Peruna One bottle did me more good than all the others put together as they only poisoned my system Peruna cured tue I used It for four months before a com plete cure was but am truly grateful to you The least I can 4 P do in return is to tit merits of Peruna People Object to Liquid Should Peruna TabletsI Sunday 111t lhghbodJOodI improving lowly3ilss improving containing RICHARD UERBERT Saturday SundayiOwensboro yesterday ReTUalmain 11nitesvllle Jim Swope and sister Sarah Heflin dined at Henry Sunday Miss Mary Is In Owens boro 1 Mr Wm W F Holland and son John attended church here Sunday and took dinner at n 31 Joe Wyle and wife Lyogia were here Sunday Mersrs Poke of Skill man Herbert Bruner of Alfred Bruner ot Ekron flsses rable Drown of Whbber Elma Emrlch Chan rs Mabel Miller Robert and Stewart and D A Miller wlfe at dinner at Mr John llruners Sunday Mr Forest of ClInton Is visiting his Upele J D Mrs Nannfe Miller and son Hawley are visiting here Mr Barney Gardner Floyd was here Sunday Farmers are very busy cutting Ctno and corn and making molasses Rain Is needed badly 3tr Jonn Hare Llord visited Ills Mrs Arthur Ford Sunday Miss Dora Helm Pellville who has been the guest or Miss Dee Miller returned home today Mrs Edna Ford Duncan and 4 ter Hlldl wilt go to totmorrow to moving to Colorado Mr D A Miller Miss rabel nnl Baxter Miller went to to day to visit J P Gilmore and wife zYorsSP- ECIAL CASH PRICES GOOD UNTIL AND Tuesday October galvanized galvanized galvanized tubs40cG-ale 12bug4c0- qt paJl15cpaa16c10x-14 panlOc5x1- 4 paaOcx1-2 pan8e7c16x12bread s2ai0wst160Ui5 Writes Watkinst Scvmtyyars accomplished acknowledge Medicines Aetu- a4iIrEverett Mliltganof Mllllgans Cnatnbers 3111ers- Mr Commodore Chambers Christopher entertained Chambers Chambers Owensboro Aetnnv1lle daughter Owensboro prepardoty Fordsvllle INCLUDING 20 19O8e WbsGSctubsp5-o 1G5 Hand Saws 120 90cb5cGSe Axes flOc t f5c Hammers 450 t200 Mortise LOCks L25 Gso Mortise Locks 900 Locks25c15e3x3 Butt Hinges per pair 712c Cash Many oUter things ln proportton twepositlvelyLeese prices d JAMES LYONSThe GroojI J ii t t T i fC J T 1 ti I i Fairs Clothing Department1 Of Course we all want to go well dressed Sometimes our purse willnot permit us to buy a HighPriced Suit This question of Style and Price should not perplex you Come direct to us and settle the matter We handle the Sterling I BenchTailored Suits and Over coats made of best material Work II t veryLatest youtheir Bt EALE Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 IlnoIsContral RallroadTlmo- Table North MiiniMt- No Solllli lliilltio- SolSlilUrtll31132 ilii 403 nut HIII NoirMue110p m Nil Ilil linn SMaf u- No1D7dne49Iim Ntlldnretp- Buy m Office Supplies at Nose And save transportation charges We keep INK v i PENS 4 OILS CARBON lMUCIUOEt t I DESK TRAYS LETTER FILES PENCIL TABLETS I TYPEWRITER RIBBONS ROUNDHEAD FASTENERS I I WILLOW WASTEBASKETS RUB BER BANDS ERASERS LIBRARY PASTE PAPERS ENVELOPES PEN CILS OF ALL KINDS CLIPS FINE FOUNTAIN PEN WRITING FLUID SUIT WRAPPERS AND A GREAT i VARIETY OF OTHER THINGS With each 100 purchase we give a nice school bag Pure fresh drugs I compounded by a skillful chemist o HARTFORD DHUBBO L Incorporated Everything now at Carson Cos 1For fall wearing apparel see Carson Cc Co I It JtIsli Wedding Suit call on Car 1t son Co u 7 J Mrs John T Moore went to Louis ville Monday f Typewriter Carbon can be had at fIIg4hl8 office vi o McCall Patters at Fairs 10 and r15INone higher 1r estSuityou ever wore at 10001 E Tcifson Cos ii f ti L3 Bartlett Isterflell1 iifwFla town Tuesday t j 4 Ij i Y Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant For II J Hlnzs 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 Itf Miss Tina Burgess Prentis is the guest of ner cousin Miss Nettle I Rogers Schroeters Studio over Republican office I will pay ISc for eggs until fur ther notlco 7tf JAMES LYONS Come totis1in yumnt you heaping moneys worth CARSON CO If you are In need of a new Car pet Matting or Furniture call on Car son Ca- Itush uigiii and day in Fairs M51 liner parlors Why prices and styles explain it worry about your headgear 1Dont Pairs New Millinery com every day Anthony Blmrtzer and Imfe IZlIefsrs of Asklns were pleasiwl t That fall hat of Y lIra if bought from Barnard Co will look bettor and please you longer lAuythlng you want in Ladles allsst- and chlldrens cloaks at Fairs Price- right Call and see us Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 vrlll answer phone at A Carters Concordany hour Itf IJ Why pay pricesfor cloaks when Fkilrs are showing tho correct stycs at most reasonable figures Mr Robert Bennett left Monday forI St Louis Mo After a few days stayI thqre he will probably locate In Texas Dont be a buck number Buy one of those swell Cloaks or Jackets at Barnard Gos The fit and style U superb i MrEck Hudson a member of Com pang H K N G who has been spendng several days at home left Yesterday for EdSyyllle tp Join the omnnyI t Y r 1- j to Jo II i tr Air S T Williams Rob trwaspleasant enEer Monday Gloves Uiat lust loflg at a short r price100at Carson Cos Rev VirgilEgln and family r edfrom Hopklnsvllln Monday Ifit is choice fresh groceries y want go direct to U S Carsons Mr W H Humpnery Ikda was among our many callers Saturday It will pay you to Investigate loirs prices and goods before purannulng 1We are receiving new koods dully CARSON CO An extraordinary Hat for three ordinary dollars CARSON C CO Boys are totUt they want o Neckwear at BOc CARSON CO Mrs E C demons Is visiting h fattier Mr R B Fuqua near Forrts+ yule lFairs extend to tie teachers of Oh itiiy u special Invitation to yls Mom during tie Institute Cloaks aud Jackets the 190S mod Semifitted backIs the thing just goods store at Barnard Cos Mr Virgil Elgin ton of Rev Virgil Elgin has accepted a position as salesman in Carson Cos store Mr D J Rhoads Beaver hen win town Tuesday lIe gave this offl a pleasant call while Jicre Mr Join Blair of Buford was InI senIingMaude are ire guests of tiielr eti s lur Mrs Relmel Duke this week Fairs mews department is full of lottc 3rs J A Park Is the guest of friend in Leitth field Sue will visit relative in Oweitsboro before returning home Miss Zella Null loft Tuesday for Crowley La where she will oak a visit of several weeks with rela lives Prof A E Ellis spent Saturdoy ilgt and Sunday with his mother Sirs Mary Ellis in ti o Alexander neigh bor wd Nn ouromos no balls no jawing or dickering but n heuso full of now goods at the right prices tnats nil at Fairs MiKS lIttle Miiy ot Owensboro ar rived Mondny to spend a few days tb guest of tier sister Mrs A M Bar nett near town Muster Samuel Anderson little son of Mr and Mrs Sam A ndnrson wii rag been quite sick the past week is able to be out again I Ilev T F Harbour of Russellvlllc wro rad been attending Conference nt Oweuutoro was tile guest of Mr anti Mrs Alex Rnnieti Tuesday night Mrs Col CMBaruiett and 50nli Messrs Al trout nnd Estll were tin guests of J TrH Barnetts parents Ro and Mrs J A Bennett near Della Sunday Mr and Mrs E Crabtive city nnd Mr nnd Mrs Leslie Combs of itt e Concord neighborhood were the guests of Mr and Mrs W N Stevens near town SundnIleft Mlunduy for Louisvlllu where they resume their jobs as travollng sales men for IJO Kentucky Jewns oMthlng Company I Mr and Mrs E W Cooper ot Spring i Hill Tenii will arrive in town day to spend a few clays visiting ht1 MrBarnett Mr J Fogle leave today for Liberty Casey ti county his boy nood home t to spent several days vltltjingMrs Alvin Rowo Centertown yro LOUIS1CIunder much improved Mr Elva Run trow who has been cot ducting a restaurant oil Main street rellturlloMrldndshave it for shorts and i iiJM sslim and stout at 25c to 100 per garment QARSON CO The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Grover Bennett Beaver Dam died last Tuesday night of blood poison The burial took place Wed nesday evening at the Carson grave yard In tho presence of n large crowd of sorrowing relatives The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a largo circle of friends and relatives On account oftno lows stage of Rough River the Hartford Stone i Construction company has suspended business for the present This com pang la furnishing rock for the new plko North of town and the present stage of the ivoryis very much do plorpd ast was hoped that this pike would be finished before the tall rains set in tti lxlf nI Talk about Clonks You can gave lno Idea of styes until you tee Fairs line J Panibtaking Stiles ladles at Fairs youtut aiatoi tied see U- HJrs Rev 0M Siiulzaml Mr s Sam T Barnett city were pleasant callers Monday SherlffR B Martin is preparing M era rt n large hay Lnrn on mils fiiriiI just north of town Patrician a SOl tent UtE a wearer unexcelled rill s1y24No equil round ony at Faits- ur Dont be persuaded to buy your fall cloaks until you huvt fnvesulgared- er Firs styles and prices Mr A M Sniltn M Henry recently npiioluUil deputy Sheriff was in officeInheretPrivate lieu Bennett of Company H K N G stationed at EddyviPe vislt eled his parents Mrs and Sirs L D Bennett scar Boda last w jok- Jlr H P Taylor has had a force of cnrpuiiters al work tae past wtek doing some bulldlrg on Ms boUum farm near Rougu Rim lock asNew lot of Clothing for lys il Hewettcshapi3 mid colora The fit it perfect BARNARD CO Our Clothing for Young Men Is made by people wno make nothing but young meiis clothes They know how BARNARD CO Sir flour Morton wlo is folding aI respoiibUilu position with a rairoud in Califi niiii is spending some time in Hartford th gucH of ills moci i airs Ella Mortort and oler mintyvrs We ore paying lie per duzeii foI Eggs All other kinds of good coon try produce wanted at the highest prices tf SCHHOADER CO CNil finer lot of Cut Gls aUf Sit verwiuo suitable for wedding preseiiis was ever brought to a place as small as Hartford as Is now on display nt J B Tappan Jewelry Store T Mr and Mrs TJiomas L Anderson and Mr and Mrs Byron Beau of near Sahderfurs Crossing will leave j this morning for Owcimboro wnere they will attend taw fRlr mid visit relatives We 0 dont usually do things bye halves but youll excuse us this timei Just the chance to replenish a soc kless wardrobe at slender cost All sizes all weights in many fashionable col1 era timid patterns at Cu son Gos j 0Tho local Knights of the Tent of tno Mhccnbees will set supper to taeir members next Thursday night at the Mjisonic and K P hull A special request is made that toe members till be pry sent as a htippy time is anticipated Our correspondents will plutisutiKiil their communications so trey will treach us not later ulna Wednesday After that time we are generally full Ion home matter and the letters jUCI to lay over until next week curl come stile A negro laborer whoso name wi failed to leuru was knocked In the Lead at the rock quarry by noodle r Iei gro n fellow laborer one day lastIIweek lUll nt lost accounts wjis critical condition The wan wno com milted the breach escaped and Is still at large Rev Shelby Wallace of tie Mnti o dirt Ppiscopal ciiitrcl wtio has boon i acting as n supply oa the Morgantown circuit for time past year has owing to 111 hcalui decided not to take pastoral work this year but will mov bck to his farm In tiio Nocreek neighborhood ILast Monday Mrs Jullin R Wed I ding and Mrs Jim Felix went to the woods south of town to gather gropes i Toe horso they wore driving got into i a yollowjackets ust trod soon be clime unnmmigenblo and ran awatyl Fortunately neithor of tutu j jlirs hurt but what that horse did for the buggy was a plenty ITho OnIo County Fi6calCmirt con jvcned in court hull Tuesday whit till lowing members present Esquires W H Wllllnms W P Miller W S Dean W R Edge B S Ciiamber loin S H Render and J S Miles It will llkely continue in session tile rest of the week as some very Im portant business Is to bo transacted not the least of which Is tile clec flan of It Road and Bridge Commis sloner Tho Ohio County Teachers lust lute will convene In court hall next Tuesday tho 13th and continue five days Miss Lillam Monroe will con duct the Institute and Prof J C Willis of Louisville lies been em ployed ns instructor No set pro gram will be made out but every teach er in the county is expected to be present and take part Under the wise and efficient management of Miss Monroe and the valuable and Instructive talks of Prof Willis this promises to be one of tho most Ih teresting gatherings the teachers of this county have ever had I Itsa Bends ithAsk001 a woman who wears the Red Cross Shoew- hatI she thinks of it immediatelyifoottroubles can be traded directly to the stiffsoles ofordinary shoes Itbendssolutely comfortable Made in all styles all leathers High Shoes 400 Ox fords 350 Let us fityou We carry these shoes also the God= man line for women and childrens ev= ery= day wear They are absolutely solid= = =no pieced vamps We have han dIed this line continuously for several years and have founh them reliable The test of time is the best test yet Its the prime proo- fBARNARD iCOMPANY Hartford Kentucky 0 oqII I How is Your I I Fall Wardrobe I is in proper condition to welcome the I lit season I I beIforeI inmost recess of the clothes press You I certainly wish to appear well dressed to everybody but it will be simply impossible I to do so in your last years wellworn suit Now right here I We Throw YouI I a Life PreserverI And come to your rescue Our New Fall I I Dress Goods are waiting your inspection I Whatever your clothing needs may be this new season we ask the privilegeI showing you our styles There is only ofI to get an idea of the completeness stock and the reasonabless of lour and that is to spend a little ourI will please us to have you to do so E IIt store is fairly aglow with new fall prices are always rightalways lOur We invite you to come and theI our excellent stock I I 8w s rraill rvlimtttw n r hk t R d vtEv27 k Y J i PHARAOH THE OPPRESSOR this la the Rameses Who Looms Over thi Egypt of Today Like n cloud u great golden cloud a glory Impendin that will not cannot be dissolved into the ether ho 11am eses loomed over the Egypt that is dead he looms over tho Egypt ot today Everywhere you meet his traces everywhere you hear his name You say to a tall young Egyptian How big you arc growing Hassan- He answers Como back nest year my gentleman and I shall bo like Ram eses the Great Or you Qsk ot the boatman who rows you How can you pull all day against the current ot the Nile And he smUes and lifting his brown arm he says to you Look I am as strong as Rameses the Great This familiar fame comes down through some 3220 years Carved upon limestone and granite now It seems en graven also on every Egyptian heart that beats not only with the movement ot shadoot or Is not burled to tho black soil fertilized by Hart Thus cnn Inordinate vanity prolong the true triumph ot genius and Im press Its own view ot itself upon the minds ot millions ThIs Rameses Is believed to bo the pharaoh who op pressed the children ot IsraelnobortU- lchens In Century THE LANGUAGE PUZZLE Chinas Forty Thousand Signs and Symbols to Perplex the Linguist The language known as WenlIls the medium by which the classical books of China have been handed down It Is par excellence the written language- of China but It Is not generally understood by the great mass ot the people The spoken languagennmoly Manda tinmay also be written and there is a good deal ot colloquial literature to- rfandarln Versions ot the Bible la the local patois have also been produced In several districts ot the southwest where the dialects are very numerous and diverse In the Chinese written language there are over 10000 dIstinct cllllrae ters or symbols and thIs vast number Is being constantly increased by the addition ot new characters to repre sent new scIentific wonts and modem ideas Although the Chinese are considered a literary people and have naturally n desire for education yet owIng to the extreme dilliculty ot mastering the Chinese characters It Is estimated that only one In ten ot the population can rend or wrlleContemporary Itcrlew Storm Talk Shipwreck affects people In odd ways said the captaIn beaming brightly on the two rows ot ladles ot hIs table In the saloon The wind roared n great wave shook the boat and a matron with a low cry received a plate ot hot soup In her lapAn Indian colonel the captain resumed rushed to the bathroom when his boat spring nlcak and drowned himself In the tub out ot sheer terror There was IIn tnslo indian actor who broke n pretty girls leg by hurlS lag his heavy cabin trunk down Into the lifeboat on her Ot course we slung the trunk overboard at once but there was the broken leg not so easy to get rill ot Some men In a wreck proceed to Jet drunk Tlay thInk It they secretly drink a lot theyll appear very game The result Is that when the rescuing party urrlves these men Ie lying par olpel1 about the deckNew Orleans ThuesDemocrat Still Susceptible lIe was nervous fidgety young man nod he looked with considerable lip prehension tt the woman next him who held In baby JIM face covered with n thick veil The baby me now and then II sharp cry which the woman evidently tried to suPlress- At last after many anxious glances the young man spoke IIasha that baby anyanythingc- nntnglous9 lw asked The woman looked at hIm with a mixture ot scorn and pity Twouldnt he for most folks she said In II clear carrying toxic but maybe twould for you lIes teeth In Kills Pnstnfiice Inspector TnektOlJ Mhrs Sept lOlUtilffhlI- nepKtlr Charles l1tzglo id tit ttihr city was shUt Tuotl y by 1V ASLS by n clerk in taeCilyiii 1Lxioffie- 1ltzgornld hid bern eLeeking up too office of wulc11 iitu Cubutts jtol till postmisures Sorsby wws inn clerk 1II1t1 had been rmiutng t a frlll Fz- gerdd was on tile way to tae train wren Sorsby nllptJllrlll suddoiy moil bred Fitzgerald use hero lit t to servien thirty Years Fltzgerald WOII hrougl lure and died tonlgl Leper was Cured Ifonoulu September 30Da w p Briuek and J T 1Vaysuu r eve nwlft- ed Ute Iward of 1fatuiUt of their city that they believe tinat they have succeeded in curing II leper lmtlent by usIng tae NustIui treatment for the disease This treatment consists In the use of a preparation discovered by Dr Deycko Pasha dllloctol of the I Imperial Medlenl School lilt Conetltllt- 1l101111 and Reseiud Bon srtthrrirys- iclan of she same lIJIiUtlltlun Its conquosltion ntlll t1 e rnetlod ur trenr ment followed lp conneeltan with tine remedy have r ot been innd + pubic Pig isCulJrlRrCCI 1Ifllnkr t tJIfV JtO Cr fins made himself fatuous the if d wand over fistL trainer of pigs hits brought to this country a company of bnrnyar- grun ers which at least us fur as higher education Is concerned put to blush the American lOg ot commerce Kerslnke declares the hog was nev er made to tickle the palate of the epicure He Is much too Intelligent and refined to beCome a martyr to gastronomy says tile New Zealand porcine pedagogue Kerslakes pigs sltill We rope dance ride velocipedes play leapfrog find shoot the lutes The act they do Is one ot tho remur knbly clever and funny novelties form on the program of Bungling Brothers Worlds Greatest Show thIs scusoq How to Make Harness Blacking rare great English harness block Ing Is made WJ follows Three ounces ot turpentine and 2 ounces of whIte wax are dIssolved together over fI slow fire Then add 1 ounce ot Ivory block and 1 dram ot Indigo we1 pulverized and mIxed together When the wux and tile turpentine are dissolved odd O ivory black and Indigo and stir till cold Apply very thug WUSII nf- terwnrl and you will have a beautiful palish This blacking keeps the leather soft It Is excellent for buggyy tops and harness Old harness when turd will be benefited by washing It In warm water and when nearly dry greasing It with neatfoot oil The Remains of a Strange Creature Some years pgo remains ot fin apelike creature possessing unusual 1w- mrm lesetblauce were discovered In Java and the animal was named pithecanthropus Proffessor IIIeckel and some others accepted tills III representing nit IIlcestral human form closoy allied to tw tapes Now aspe- cinl expedit lots under til combIned auspicies of tae Atadamy ot ScIence of Berlin arid toe Dutch East Indian goverumeut Is being organized to make a tjlorougil exploration ot Java In search of additional specinets of pitliecantinoptts The geological for mutiou In which tile Qrglnul dIscov cry was Linde Is widely extended among the mounlnhls ot that ISllind Ilurtin Bizness- DolIt you know youre Lurttu biz tES Imld tIlt red fox to the hound IVhen lustend t seepin peaceful you nine slloolitll sill CUll round 1VIuds tine good of all your barkhi- 1Vitats toe use of nil this fuss What were cliickeas ever mile for if they werent made for us Cant you see youre hurtlu blzllftS said the South Sell savage chief To tile fearless missionary who was sitting oti the reef J have seven white men captured teat I mint to sell Uli meat 11 ant were white folks ever made for It they wlrent made to eat nonf you know youre hurtin biz 11ess said the rubber in the jail While Ue stubborn sheriff Ustened to hIs altnost tearful tllle- Tilllse wto ntnke uud sell tile Jim ndes tlOllt you see ure losit trade Wltle you foolishly confine me where no golaWIIs are made olIIt you see youre huttht blzness said tit drol to tile noun Will wits steadily progreshig on tue- liveuudlet live plan You lire kelIln rpmn from fallin tLO It sorely pressed might fall- RLy if all men done ns you dolI would have no job at all I Chicago RecordHerald Will Farmers ContribuTe There are admittedly hundreds of thousands of farmers absolutely able to contribute indeed the prosperity ot toe American farmer can hard- y1 hI overstated But that prosperity will not move hint to contribute to Help elect llrysut or unyother Demo erntfc cmtlidate For It is tie result not only or Natures bounty but ot twelve years ot Republican rule rand Is tile most conllete possible refutation of the Democratic claim that tile prosperity of the manufacturing industries under the RepubncanFar- aft system is gained at the expense ot the agricultural Industries Tine ftirnu ers fushness cited by Bryan and Kern asa reason for ltla contributing to theIr fund Is therefore the very thIng tliat will most Incline him to do the exact opposite He will con tribute not to the Bryan Ctnnpaigu Fund but to the Republican fund and lie will not have to Ld solicited by Mr Taft to do soAllen town News PlihospphyApester ling II cat 90 per cent ot the people you kdow will Impose 1f they can A woman says ot every hlred girl she over lih My but siiV can make till buttEr flyl There Is Lto drugstore that will kill dleflIse IUI II snoigun W111 kitl a IJlgeour- Eo v rr titan trust be hla own doctor A plum that would tit the manage ot one husband would be long It should be short and curved r v f 4 ahem It should bo straight In the t management of another husband 1 7nen II bOy la ad there itno rift In We clouds for the mother but the father finds n ray of light in the reflection that at least trio boy Is not tI sissy worlduncomfortable because they hove too much to rot and the otter Illltf are uncomfortable because they dont have e ugbA would make ngleM fetes If asked to tut crackers hnd encese at home but he will sseal cruekyrs tutd cheese nt n grocery store and enjoy them hr addition to making the proprietor mad There ore said to ho 125 ways ot cooking eggs All the brides we know nave but one WilY frying JAfiteT they have kept house a number ot years they learn how to soft boll them- Wo once heard ot u woman who knew how to cook eggs tour ways but WtI regarded It US II fairy tale Fish as Fertilizer for p tatoese Among the French Canadian fnrmI era In the vicinity ot Quebec herring and nspeelcs ot a small fat fish lire used In great quantities IS fertilizer for potatoes Along the banks of the St Lawreuce River nt frequent intervals fIshweIrs are constructed and In the month of May principally ImtUnse quantities of these nsnt lire caught The tnrmers como from nil directions with their wagons which bayo u CIIIJlclly ot ubout 1200 puuuds each and puchase their supply dl reet from We flshcllI11I ILL 60 cents per load Preparatory to plowing tlloI lund Is fairly well covered whn theI fish and thell turned it Tile seed potato Is cut so us to retain two well farmed eyes and too pieces me dropped into Ute furrows The more 1reIful planter will place ti nsil between the pieces The work ot planting Iii mostly done by women and boys laborsaving machinery such as potato planter and digger being unknownFar- mers home Journal BARRETTS FERRY Too Illtefor last weolISept 2911ue rlln tnnt fell here U few days ago was very much need ed I Ott the account of dry weather and the repairing ot We dam at Dundee Rough River id lower hero than It hits been for years- Mrs Alex Dalton I1led last Friday of consumption Her remains were interred ut the WeddIng burying grounds near Sulphur Springs Miss Comma Wedding spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Miss I Alma Petty Mr Charlie Hair has been very ills Several from here attended the debating society at Narrows Friday night Mrs Elizabeth SIIIII Is visiting her I son at Cloverport Not iiyp Citlz nsILoulsvllle Ky Sept residents of Kentucky blalllIg naturallz- tion papers era not legally necredlted citizens of the United Suites according to a decisIon ot Federal Judge Wafter- Evnnstnis morning Inc was passing on the application for nllturallztlon of J A Hulxclt ot PndJJc1 u There ppers were not signed hy tie applicant but by the lawyer In tie case Judge Evans remarked teat since 1906 i by ttl oct ot Congress County Judges i hud no snore right to nlllulallze foreigners than nay oUer citizens Ho said Wilt Kentucky Judges seemed i never to Lave iearl1 of tint net I A New Literary SocietyIOn tile 19 of sChon11housewere e ciety WIJI given the name of the Yellowjacket Society by n unanimous foriFrldllcommittee selected an old subject to begIn with The subject selected was Resolved ti11t the works ot nature ar4 moro beautiful titan the art o- man t On Friday evening September 2GtiJ- II large clOwel assembled to pear the argument Alter IL long entlusjnlitlc discussion the decision waspilPr el1 In favor or tM Negative It The speakers were oar follottre rAffirmative Owen 4mbrofet Itushw- Weller for Negative Scott Atelose LonnIe Owen Fhohuffy string baud furnished excelent music throughout the program Bryan May Break Law New York Sept 2SIt the Demo cratic mule which William J Bryan has offered to the election district or precinct which makes the best show lug In the comIng election la of any value terbert Parsons chairman ot the New York county ROlluMlrnJi Corn mlttee says Mr Bryan has violated SURD CURE For All Disease e- fS1OMACHI LIVER a KInr rsr he laws or this Statein comment Ing upon Mr DrynnS offer Dir Parr lIonsqtote n section ot tbu socollet corrupt practices act ot New York Sotto which es thAt any perSon who gives perera or prolnsestiny ot i flee ptaEe employment or valuable Ie tiling oinducement Cor all 1 voter or other on to either unrga jAorsmnll01 Ion or the State for t candidate to ho voted fOr nt au teleetlon Is guilty of tel It1 any punishable by more than five years and In addItionI W orfeits the office tu which have been elected nt rite etectiot with reference to wllich such ffetce was I t UlCIvalueA Whetted Appetite 1 d S Dr DarUngt01l the health eommis stoner lws n dg n fox terrier AsJ exhibit lie outclasses anything In the numerous bureaus over which the commissioner rules To avoId the department ponce who ore killing anything In the doe line that has not a leash or a muzzle tile doctor 26 took Ills pet to ills camp nlilr ForestI burg Sullivan county T7e dog kept the hears and deer humming birds lz mosquitoes and other wild animals away from the camp at nIght and 30 was IS active In good works In the I daytimE One day wn1e the doctor iltUblOIlIeSulllvun county wilderness R futCI grown bumble bee of the genus bombus got otter hIm with IIn earnestness that save the comniissioner same flue exerCise 7 Tile fox terrier saw thIs exhibItIon Witt heayl on side lo esemed to be betting on the bee At least he was I thinking When the doctor had escaped by plunging Into a blIlCkbrrr patch the dog went nfte5 the bee to 1I1cstlSolte The bumble bee resented I In this and the dog howled but sot peevish and by a lucky snap gobbed the j Insect Tile dog myutaed the furry ball before ho swallowed It Ho seem to like the sharppoInted bufzers Before nightfall lw had eaten eleven near the camp lIe earned that they flowers just tvny of course C the dog did not know Hut rte snapped Wets ort tiro blossoms round about wUn eleUgllt Tnen he eqJtured dayIy Jacket hunt and was especially active before dinner It seemed to give zest to his npIJltlfe for the camniissioner- tstays that trio dog eats more dinner titan ever beforeNew Turk Tribu- neCAI9TORZA Bean theTa Kind Yod Have Always B4ugIJl of Itu of n INotic to All Interested It hayIng been ordered by the ohio aunty Union ot the A S ot E at Its last meeting that wo act liS re- vivers reorganizers and organizers ot- i locals wo deslrro to state that any e community or local desiring our ser vices may procure same by arranging for a meeting and gIving us a weeks notice S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPros Nerve Sick G weak wornout IIf cannot sleep have indigcstion headNache neuralgia or per C odic pains it is becallsc L your nerves arc weakIt is the lack of nerve force stomache J heart lungs etc work imperfectlybecome sick Dr Miles Nervine cures S the sick when it restores nerve strength and puts O the power behind the or Bans to do their work Almost three years I suffered from palpitationsleep with comfort or wnU or talk without suffering Altogether I was In a bad condition My doctor did not seem to do me any good I had tried so many remedies that I did not have much hope of anyof themdOlng me any good Ne vine was suggested by a friend I got relict dlYlIbuthasnm very grateful because since I have nbgolutelyno FORD6Qyourdruggistflat bottle will benefit It It falls he moneyMilesElkhartInd ReUetaad tIHead liIuc taclcaolbe Dizziness Iadlitltloa Malariatca t w tlrecrtoryo Oho0ountyC- lreult Courtl R Dlrkluiad Judge lien D Rlago Attorney Oscar Mhlltltt JOLlier Ed 0 Barrage Clerk Frank 1- 1eUxMaster Commissioner 4 Mot Trustee Jury Nlrnd It D Murtln IIlJratehert August and continues lhreeweekat d third Monday In May and November weeks S County CourtW D Taylor Judge STlneICY Clerk E M Wpodward Attorney Hartford Court convene flat Monday In each month Quarterly ourtneglnB ou the third MondllY In JanulUY April July and Oc- ober Court of olaimConvenes first Tuesday In January and ba the flat TUes ay In October Other OftlcerllN Moxley Burveya- hrove S Y Leach Assessor Rt- ItoyJamee WeeseSebool Superlnten Hartford Jerome Allen Corona ingo JUSTICES COURTS J if Williams Beaver DamMarch S June 3 September 21 December It- W P Miller Horse BranchMllrch 26 June 25 September 53 December 26 W S Lean DundeeMarch 27 Jam September 26 December 2- 7w n Edge loordsvllle1tarch 2SJunt September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain Dedalofllrch 21 LS September 28 December 29 Herbert Renaer ContertownMarc June 20 September Zr December 30 rolrn II Mlles rioc portMIIC St June SJ September 30 December J- IIAItTFORD POLlCll COURT n n Wedding Judge J S OtennClty Attorney B Ii Seibert Marshal Court second Monday In each month REJIOIOUS SERVICES M E Church SothSServlcco secona Sunday In each month nt 11 11 m WII1 p m and nth Sndny 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil tlgln Pastor Rgptlet ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sandal and Sunday night and fourth Sunder and Sunday nlght Prayer meeting ever lhrsday evening C P ChurchServices flat Sundai each month at 11 a n and 7 p m lieu Bozllrlh Pastor Chrlstlon ChurchServices every fOUTU Sunday Ilt ll a m and 7 p m Rev W D WrIght Pastor School Trustees IIllrtrordC M Crowe J B Glenn W S TlnsleyC M BarnettCity CouncilS II Williams Mayor M crowe Clerk S n cox Treas over ri E 1 Simmerman C M BilrI nett E E llIrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and trnest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 6i5 F A 18Iaorta mtets first Monday night In each IIThomasKeystone Chapter fo UO meets ever Satrday night In each month ri- IL Riley High Priest Roscoe Render Secrettiry Rough RIver LOdge No 110 Knlghs Pythlas meets every Tueadgy night D Walker C C n c Porter X n and S Hartford Tent No 99 It O T ant Pleutvnord lcceyrr- Sunshine Hive No 42 1 O T ltd Meets flat Friday evening and third MrsEMrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keep Preston Morton Post No4 O A ri holds regulllr meetings Saturday bet the first Sunday In each month Fr Porter Commander R A AnderS AdjtIOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order ReeI Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month ISaac Foster ley Sachem J Vey Foster Chief ot Records I Acme Lodge No 339 I O OF meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G D Likens N O M Shultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTER American Society or Equity o- ational 1 Officers ABARNE771 Pres HarltordlJi N STATTS VlcoPres Trenton f11- O D PAtUEY See Teens Indlana polls State Officers C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown Kr- S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County OtrlcErs L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam IY CAL P KEOtN Treas Hartford Ky E SMITH See Hartford Ky The Quickest Transfer Money ISDY lONG DISTANCE TEIEPHOH E For Rates Apply to Local Mgr GOmberland rel YelrCo pxcuaroaATXD ELECTRIC QITTERS t CwatlveMedlciater ewer Sic Giarantad r a Prlb33i r t r ouuaas4v t2itauira- BARitETi SMITH ATToRNEXS LAW IARTFORD KYriral practlco their profoaslon In all the courts of Ohio and ndJolnln court tieD and Court of appeale Special at ention glen to all bualneae entrusted their core Collections and the Prac ttoe of Criminal and local Estate Law pecialties Office in RepUblican build- Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and to the Court of Appeals Crlmlnlll practice and Collections a Specllllly Office In the Her aid bulldlngS CHAS M CROWS- LaAWY A HARTFORD = KY Will prnQtlco his profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican t 6 building on Center street JNO B WILSON AIORNEY AT LMV HARTFORD KY Sbeclal attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north sIde pUbllo square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAITFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for penslpnB Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Yubllu for Ohio runt Office over Williams Dreg StunI- d I I IIRAVUIN I ilNK LT tVOlllWAl HEAVRIid WOODWARDataau QnC 4 HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Office next door to Dank of Hartford Y ANCYL r40SLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his professIon In all the 1 Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties i and In the Court of Appeals Also No tart PUblic Office over First National Bank W U BARNES S A ANDEDS01 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersIgned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac seralstreet opposite Court House lIarlford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given epeeiQJ attention Notary In office W II BARNES a A ANDERSON II r mpo tgaOCUREDANDDEFENDD free rrport ree Who SOW to oCialn patent trade mark slBadnessonty alldeles jaltlJPatent and Pracllce UIIUIWASHINGTON D C I I t I r I KILLTHECOUCH i AND CURE THE LUNGS 1 kingsNewDiscover FOR COUCHSPRICE I AND ALL THROAT LUNBTROUBLE SATISFAATOB0YONEY TR DorMne tie Ra omqtpaOtuy obtained la rapen4 IonNBfO3 oa 5 ittrtWAiMINOTON DO 1 tr Ll i li IJ SUPPLEMENT TO The Hartford Republican Hartford Ky Thurs ay Oct 8 1908 BRYAN RIGHT FOR ONCE William Jennings Bryan has made a discovery which Indicates that he may yet become able to recognize a ItInpublicans be shouts have made a record on labor questions and the Re tramthatIor once In the course of his spec DryanIstheRepublicancape from It It Is a story ot successful effort In behalf of Industrial thehistoryotter of the Republican record was written with the sword In a war which destroyed the Institution of slavery and thus gave living force to bythetree That momentous event for thatAmerican competitionenterpriseFrom the questionshaschapter to Its present array or accom plished results It Includes the en AmerIcanAmerican soil It brought Into being enablingtheselves for the duties ot lire and understand the responsibilities as well as the opportunities ot American citizenship The Republican record consists In part ot the creation or the protective which has not only made the American mechanic the best paid workingman In the world but has also made the United States the fore most manufacturing nation on earth It has demonstrated that the nntlo Inl energy which produces raw cottlwool copper and Iron ore can trans form these elements Into finished products and sell them In competition with the products or tree trade labor In the markets of the world Itepublican statesmanshlll enacted the eight hour law It has steadfastly fostered the spirit of good will bn- tween employer and emllloyo It has constantly favored arbitration as a means of adjusting labor controversies It has Instituted wise measures to protect employes from accident In mills and mines and has led he move ment to establish an effective system ot factory Inspection The law requiring the use of safety nppllunces on railroads Is a Republican measure Rerlllbllcnn policy favors an employ ers liability law the restriction of child labor and the protection of free honest labor from the degrading competition of convict labor The Republican record on labor includes another achievement ot equal Importnnco The Republican party whllQ favoring suchmeasures as shall secure to the Amrican worklll man wages far exceeding those paid In tree trade countries also Insists that his wages shall he paid In honest money Bryan stands for the twin deviltries of tree trade and free sli ver with Industrial paralysis ns the logical consequence Ropubllcanlsm stands for protected labor honest money and business stability The Republican party as the calamity candidate truly declares has made a record on labor questions but discoveringhitwith It at every stage of Its maklng and It bears the seal of their record SUllllort and approval The represents the most beneficent triumphs ot Renublican spirit and purpose and against Its story of honorable and useful service in behalf of the common good Bryan and his as1- sociato demagogues will raise their noisy clamor In vain NORTII CAROLINA Ion TAFT Tart sentiment Is so pronounced In the South an to give strength to the belief that the breaking of the Solid South Is near at hand This Is par tlculnrly the case In North Carolina John C Capers of Charleston S C who has been studying conditions In North Carolina is convinced that the sgntlmont 1s so strong In that State as In the POSSIIblerylng North Carolina this year than of carrying any Southern State not even excepting Missouri or Kentucky It the business mon of North Carolina conIvlctlonsthe Republicans carrying the State RepubIIIcancountry districts The business are apprehensive ot the election of- Mr Bryan and I bell ve that they wilt march up to the polls and vote against him- DECLARE AGAINST COMERS Aserlous movement In rebellion against the Gompers plan to deliver tho labor vote has shown itself The Clgarmalters Union tram which Gompers held a working card has passed resolutions condemning him and the executive coun cil ot the American Federation lpr having by their action retnrded the progress of organized labor The Gompere delivery plan has been even more strongly assailed by the district organization In New York represent- Ing eighteen locals and 15000 members Gompers request for funds to bo used In Dryans campaign was con temptuouslY rejected by the hotel and restaurant mons union of the same ctY1he conservative wing of trades urism has been very much affronted b Gotnpers autocratic delivery resulthi 1a tM J 7 I gN THE LIGHT OF THE HARVEST MOON I MR TAFTS PEACE SPEECH IN JAPAN Mr Tarts famous peace speech which summarily quelled all talk oC- war between the United States and Japan was delivered In Toklp on Monday evening September 30 ot last year The occasion was a ban quet In his honor the hosts being the municipality ot Toklo and the Cham ber ot Commerce of the city The labor troubles on the Pacific Coast which bred persistent rumors ot Impending hostilities would have been dismissed by Mr Taft In his speech with little more than a passing reference It indeed he alluded at all to the subject Ills plans were changed almost on an Instant the morning of the banquet His attention was di- rLcted to a cable dispatch In the local newspapers stating circumstantially that our State Department was weary I of the dliliomatic hectoring of Ja pan and was about to deliver to the Emperor an ultimatum This could scarcely sllell other than war or a back down by Japan Mr Tart pe- rusedI the dispatch carefully and quickly formulated what seemed to him the proper course to pursue lie devoted the remainder of the day ton preparation ot the speech Cotnpar lag its brevity with the amount ot- t time and thought ho expended on It one mny allilreclate tho measure of dirt with which Mr Tattregartt hat ho was going to say Everything presaged that the Japanese would receive Mr Tafts speech as they did No representative ot the United States Government upon whom might have devolved the duty of so frankly discussing the deli cate subject of war between the two countries would have been accorded a more respectful hearing than Mr Tart Neither was there another American In whoso Integrity of pur pose and depth of honesty with the will and the ability to utter the truth reooseIofficial message to the Japanese Ho merely took It upon himself as a sen sible man and In the light ot a patri otic duty to both countries to do what ho could personally to put a stop to that nonsense as lie prl- vatplY termed It In part Mr Taft said War between Japan and the Uni ted States would be a crime against modern civilization It would be as wicked ns It would be Insane Nelth noriGovernments of both countries would strain every point to avoid such an awful catastrophe What has Japan to gain by It What has the United States to gain by It Japan has reached that point to her history whom she Is looking forward with con41dent hope to great commercial conquest She Is shaking off the effects of war and Is straining every nerve for victories ot peace Why should the United States wish a wart War would change her In a year or more Into a military nation and her great resources be wasted In n vast equipment wouldI would serve no good purpose tempt her to warlike policies In the last decade she has shown a material progress greater than the world has ever before seen- Todaysho Ts struggling with the abuses which accompany such material development and Is ongaged In an effort by process ot law to retain the good for her people and to sup press the evil Why should she wish war In which all the evils ot society flourish and on which all the vultures fatten She la engaged In establishing a government ot law ordorand prosperity In the Philippine Islands and IslandsIi r 1 if I tlco lu partial seltgovernment to govern thOlnselves It Is a tusk full of difficulty and one which many Americans would be glad to be rid of It has been suggested that we might relieve ourselves of thlll burden by the sale of the Islands to Japan or sUggestionIsPhlllllilines She has a problem of similar nature nearer home nut snore than this the United States could nutsell the Islands to another power without the grossest violation of Its obligations to the Philippine people No other course In honor la open to It Under all these clrcum stances then could anything be more I wicked and more infamous than the l suggestion of war between nations who have enjoyed such a time lion orerl friendship and who have nothing to fight for7 In the fervor of his protestations I ot American amity for the Japanese olr Taft kept far away from the over sentimental vein which might have laid a less experienced statesman open to the criticism ot administering i soft solder to the Emperor and his I ministers Through the entire speech I ran a broad blazed trail ot American spirit and fearlessness TAFT INDORSES KANSAS IDEA In unison with careful business men Irrespcctlvo of party affiliations In regarding the bank depolts guar anty schemo ot Bryan as Impractica- I cuteTaft has no accolltln the plunk In itltheplatform declaring for the voluntary guarantee ot bank deposits In a letter to W R Stubbs Republican candidate for Governor of lan sas Mr Taft thus indorses this plank I nerve with you that the action of the Republicans ot Kansas to an enabling act by which hanks In Kansas may voluntarily guarantee each others deposits Is very different from the proposition In the Democratic plattOlm enforcing a tax against all banks by which they are In effect to guarantee the recklessness and dishonesty of every other hank r sincerely believe that the proposition In the Kansas platform avoids altogether the objections which I urged In my speech of acceptance to the Democratic prop sVtlon for a national enforced Insurance of deposits In all banks The Kansas proposition comes within the saving clause which I expressly insorted to show that the objection I had to make was not applicable to such a system NEARLY ALT NEGROES FOIL TIT It Is significant that many of Mr Tarts visitors are negro clergymen who desire to assure to Republican candidate of their support Rev C S Gee ot Greenfield Ohio who as plo sldfng elder of the African Methodist Eplscopsl Church ot the district came to ask the candidate to address the churchs conference Mr Tart ac cepted the Invitation anJ wilt make a nonpartisan address In1O inter view Ilev Mr Gee said Ninetynine per cent of the negro vote of the Nation wilt be cast for Judge Taft I have traveled all over Ohio parts of Pennsylvania and Vir ginia and I know whereof I speak The Rev Mr Robinson who Is di rector of the first negro Tart club or ganized and Incorporated In this country was as emphatic as Mr Gee In his assertion that Mr Taft would receive practicallY the entire negro vote Docs It pay to be a polltlclal Ask Mr Bryan lIe wont to the Chicago convention as a nowspapar reporter in 1896 Today hI admits bo tug worth 160000 Nonewspaper reporter ever cleaned up that much Iin twelve years a MR BRYAN AND- BUSINESS CONFIDENCE Those who are declaring with high t hearts hero and there that the glee tlon of Mr Bryan would cause no disturbance and do little harm because his hands would bo firmly tied hy n Republican Senate do not weigh care upIprogress on- I public finance la not so much the question as the Indirect Injury he would do by the distrust which would be caused In business circles by his probablybetlon It Is doubtful It large Interests would care to embark on nosy enterprises under a government whose ex ecutlvo head had declared that the gold standard Is a conspiracy against the human race and that It would remain In force no longer than he- coulll get rid of It There Is no Indication as yet that Mr Bryan has experienced a great change of heart on these questions On the contrary his expresslydeclaredemergency currency such currency- should be Issued and controlled b Government In other sliver having been rele Iis garret a stilt cheaper to he found In tree Gov eminent paper The actual execution of such projects may seen remote but It would bo so easily In the power of Bryan Secretary of the Treasury to bring anxiety and dlsturbince Into the market that something like paralysis would be likely to afflict the business community during his entire term of service It Is a question which would come home directly to every working man In a restricted volume ot business and the curtail capItalistsdoubtedly prepared to go forward with construction and Improvements upon a large scale If the election Inspires their confidence They wilt keepbusinessPresident whom they distrust For the working man therefore who desires the continuance of the full din ner pall and a well lined pocket a vote for Mr Bryan means a vote squarelY against his own interests It Is doubtful It any declaration which Mr Bryan could make In the desperate scramble for votes would change this feeling of distrust inta confidence IUNCrURF ArOTIJER BRYAN 11UIlhhI- EBryans theories might make good subjects for debate at schools and conceptionTheyot finding on a man who had starved to death In a garret In London an elaborate scheme for funding the EnlIsh national debt Hughes dealt on Thursday In his speech nt the Richmond County Fair with Dryans production restriction theory It might have been treated In an humorous vein It Is Irresisti possibledisastrousMr Hughes said When any man coolly proposes that he will If em powred and secure It he Is able a that no concern shall con trolthat Is manufacture and sell In the United States more than fifty per cent of the product ot the United States or the total product ot that commodity in the United States he simply show that he Is proceeding leadsI PROGRESS UNDER THE DNGLEY TARIFF The following tabulation shows the progress we have made In certain financial Industrial and commercial fields under the operation of th Dingley law which went Into effect In 1897 The year 1896 Is taken as the last full year of the Cleveland Ere o Trade Administration and 1907 I s taken as the last full year for which the figures are available The figures of 1003 wilt show a tatting oft In many lines duo to the panic Cram which we are now recovering but 1 t Is hoped that the figures for 1909 wilt equal U not exceed those oC 1901I- FI10 1007 8381721Moneylotion R ILOO43IOGO 77264 r Bank clearings 51 93563h713 15IGG5I20Hl- IlItlOllal barua 43228SOUlSaJ354004GS 3490141003 Statebanks de oH itli OO5oj9914 3OOSOt9E- GItcccipt t20JillOO 003UIJ3H G78A03i4ImportsFxparta 8S26JOOJ 185085107 8 txpotts of man 7101945Y1 I animals li270211OSt cI33I2lOOOO- Coro 40IOOfiJG7 1 tJOJ 11000 Wheat 3106 12J3 ri4437OOI Oat 13l48 003 33450jO Cotton 291811501 zi211I1i237 hay 3Y9Uu6l1 i43fjiOOO Coal tons 171410990 z3G97S325 Pig iron tons 8ri3127 2i7Kl3ri 723101130IDomestic cot ton consume 5000000SUjnrtons 1Jn z2l035Itons 7i380S711 IOlO09JsJ- oKtoffice rc- ccipts 3149D208 I33aS5- Iatimated 006 c 100- 8z1000 GLORIOUSLY IiUMANE Such a man wo must have It w would make history that Is gloriously humane said the Rev Francis U Short a Methodist clergyman of Cincinnati regarding William H Tuft the Republican candidate for President of the United States Gloriously humane It Is splendid expression and It picture- just the kind of history that William H Taft has helped to make and wilt make for the United Statestho kind of history he has made In the Philip pines In Cuba In Panama and In our own country as the humane and Impartial judge and faithful and fear less administrator With Taft a goCorwardcivilization that higher level of hu man endeavor and achievement to ward which all thoughtful men and women too are struggling when the Golden Rule wilt be the rule dally tire and everybody wilt do t others as he would that others should do unto him It Is not a dream a mere fancy stepInof arbitration every act serving twin o the affection In place ot tear and distrust ot weaker races Amerlcanslmakeshumane and with Taft In the White House the American people will 1 sure that their chief magistrate wilt be first In the ranks In those victorie- of peace of Justice ot educttlon and Intellect that are more glorious than the greatest triumphs or war Taft gloriouslyhumane a LITTLE NATION PARTY AND OUR EXPANSIVE DESTINY Democrats Have Always Opposed the Republican Policy of Making This Greatest of Countries PETTINESS OF DRYANISM If tho Deplorable Opportunity Should Ever Come When a Strict Con structJonlst Could Put Its Pare dual Policies Into Effect the Panama Canal 1Vould ne Aban doned Rural Free Delivery Stopped and Efficient MannIng of the Navy Made impossible Having failed In Its attempt to cut the Union In two and grant independence to the dying Confederacy see Democratic platform of 18G4 the Democracy as represented by those who nominate Its candidates and frame Its national platforms has over since been kicking against the HepubI- Ican policy ot making this Nation the greatest biggest amt most prosperous In the world Every move In tile dIr- ection of Improvement and expan sion of greater comfort and affluence for our citizens at home and greater respect and influence for our country abroad has been resisted and denounced II the Democratic party through Its leaders and In Its declara tions of alleged principles The American flag was hauled down by a Democratic President In Hawaii and orders wrro given to turn over our kindred of American descent In those Islands to the vengeance of u half savage ruler Republican protests frnnt IIow thf linlt d Q1ltrQ nrt vented the infamy from being cArried out The Panama Cnnlll pruleet was an object of venomous irmocratic- r+ tnrk nnrl since the hnginning ot the work It has been the object of continuous and nmlicious Dniocratic abuse The acquirement ot Porto tiles and the Phlllllilineslln Inevitable result of the war with Spain has been denounced liS fumrrialism and altogether the drift nUll attitudo- of the Democracy has been antaJD- nlstlc to every step In the uphullding- of the Nation abroad At home the Democratic attitude Is Indicated by the denunciation of tho Republicans for having added within six years 99000 to the number ofo- 111cC holders at a cost of nearly seventy millions of dollars The Democratic plaform says We denounce this great and growing In crease la the number of ofilco holders as not only unnecessary and wasteful but also as clearly Indicating n dellb crate purpose on the part of the Ado ministration to keep the Republican party In power at public expense by thus Increasing the number of Its retainers and deuendona Such n procedure we declare to be nut less dangerous and corrupt than the open purchase of voles at the polls Ot the expenditure which the Dem ocratlc platform denounces as un necessary and wasteful moro than onehalf15500000was for the establishment and support of 19270 rural tree delivery routes It should he Interesting to the letter carriers on those routes to know that In the view or Bryan antI his tlatform they ofSparty herd work driving around to the farmers delivering mall Is Mnot less dangerous and corrupt than the open purchase of votes at the polls The farmers and other country residents who get mall hy the rural frlo dellv- i cry system will also bl interested to declaresIthetut and that Bryan If elected will of course feel It his duty to put an end to the waste h free deliver eamenlladdedrt0 The thousands of Uncle SlIms navy In the post six years are also included In the 99000 office delThey too should be interested to know that they are dependents of the Republican party and that their faithful and honorable work In help Ing to make our navy what It Isthe adG35to the Dranltes as corrupt ns the open purchase of votes at thin polls Will the Dml1ocray never learn Can the loaders of the party which accepted Bryan ever got Into their heads the tact that the United States Is not a little Nation that there Is nothing small or petty about the American people as a people that they want to lead not to follow tar elvlllzatgoing and are willing to pay for It They want the rural free delivery system they want the best seamen at good wages for the American navy they want the Panama Canal and they want Tart and Sherman for thesthem A TIrIIAX FOR TAFT Tillman Is n name so Intimately as Repubslican that It not to comment should one ot that name and particularly of the Immediate family of Senator Den It Tillman of South Carolina be found outside the Democratic ranks This Is however so In the case of the pitchfork Sena ofoLynchburg come out for Judge Tart and this Is how It hap posed theyas States of Virginia North Carolina and South Carolina He has found that throughyarrestedqlie bellCes the South Is to developmentsthat has taken place during the last decade the National Government must be based upon sound business prlncl areIa POLICIES THAT MAKE AMERICAN FARMERS RICH What Republican Administrations Have Done to BuildUp Our Agriculture ACHIEVEMENTS OF SCIENCE Expense Which the Bryan Platform Calls Unnecessary and Waste ful Consists In Large Part of Money Used In Research at Home and broad For the Farmer Benefit Tuft In Favor of This Policy and Will Maintain It la Its Present Efficiency It is not alone In building up nome markets for the American farmer and keeping those markets tor him when built up that Republican Congresses and administrations have aided the farmer to become prosperous and In dependent Tho Increased expendi tures of tho National Government which according to the Bryan plat form are unnecessary and waste expensesIncurredculture In scientific research at home and abroad for the farmers benefit Strenuous efforts have been and are being made to encourage the home production of articles we have been Importing from foreign coun tries During the last eleven years that Is the period since the Democracy went out of power at Washington there has been an Increase In the production of sugar from beets which makes the product of 1907 amount ing to 500000 tons over thirteen times larger than that of 1896 and its value fifteen times larger Eleven years ago we produced only one fourth of the rice consumed In the United States but thanks to tho fos tering work of the National Government under Republican administra tion the rice growers now produce more than sufficient for home con sumption and markets are being surplusResearch of Soils produce which we have been paying over 20 000000 to foreign countries Nearly fifty millions of bushels of wheat are being grown In regions of the United unproductive of explorers sent out by the Govern ment who have searched for and pro cured In foreign countries grains and plants suitable for our various soils A thorough system of Inspection Is maintained to prevent the Introduction from abroad of diseased animals and the diseases of domestic animals are being studied with a view to their complete eradication Diseases of fruits vines wad vegetables are closely followed up with remedies In tended to prevent or cure and the civilized world has had occasion to admire the persistence with which agents of the Department of Agricul ture have sought out and found Innocuous Insects whose nature It Is to prey upon and destroy other Insects that were a pest to American orch ards vineyards and gralnfields These efforts have been successful In a de savingforsumers generally The Moat Inspection law nnd the Pure Food and Drugs law have been of Inestimable benefit not only to the farmer but to the community at large and even If standlnJalone they should command the gratitude of the whole country for the party which Is re Theselawspelled a number of fakes and frauds to get out of business and many oth whattheytheUnitedbalance of trade Instead of being theRepublicanlongs the credit of aiding the farmer oftwentiethadvantageous position which he occu aRepublican wllhtheas In the past and every new problem as It arises will bo met and solved with the same persistence and success As the Dryan platform has al ready denounced the Increased expenses of Government as unnecccj sary and wasteful there would be very strong reason for believing that with Bryan at the head of affairs the Agriculture ed to a degree that would seriously theinterestspresent point however to an over whelming victory for Taft and Sher behandvindicatingthepeople and their contempt for the chi canery deceit and Imposture which are the stock In trade of Bryanlsm REFUSE TO FOLLOW GOMPRKK Although ho had men on hand to work hard for him President Gom pers of the American Federation of anythingforvention of the Maryland State Federation of Labor The convention turned the Jompers resolutions down flat What It did however was to adopt a resolution touching oa the question capittl follows That It Is tho sense ol the con vention that wo put aside so far as possible all party reeling and seek to elect to office both National and State only those erEons in whom we can safely rely for fairness and consideration What chance has Bryan for the support of sane clearheaded men like those who mado up the Maryland convention I THE FRIAR QUESTIONIN No other problem In the readJust- ment of conditions In the Philippines gave Mr Taft more and deeper con cern than the friar question The moral and religious progress of the Islands and to no small extent what political progress was accomplished tbeIa ty tianity from Mohammedanism and pagan worship They became dom inant even above the civil arm With the Increase of their power abuses crept In until In the latter days of the Spanish occupation the friars had reduced millions of Filipinos to a state amounting to vassalage practicing excessive extortions upou them in the name of the church mistreating them flagrantly and charging them excessive rentals for the little farms upon friars lands which the priests compelled them to tenant and till Although Intensely loyal to the church the Filipinos against the friars and were In rebellion against them when we took over the Islands The union of church State they regarded as andIfor that was the way It had been centuries The priest was given plete supervision and power over the municipal machinery of his town They were loath to believe Mr Taft I when he told them that with us the I church had nothing to do with too State The situation between tLc natives and the friars had to bo settled and speedily It appeared best that tho Philippine government purchase outright the friars lands and resell them to the tenants or whatever pur chasers offered But tho consent of the Vatican had to be procured It also was Imperative that tho friars be deported transferred to other fields and that priests strange to the Philip pines be Installed In their stead So long as the friars remained there was certain to be friction and turmoil Neither Mr Taft nor any of those associated with him had th3 most re mote thought of lessening the author ity and spiritual power of the church In tho Philippines The matter was grounded upon expediency and was gone Into like any other piece of business diplomacy statesmanship whatever It may be called Mr Taft visited the Vatican armed with authority to pay 7000000 from the Philippine treasury for the friars lands It was a good bargain for the church The offer was accepted the friars gradually were withdrawn and so with a minimum of friction Mr Taft wrote Finished at the end of an enterprise which by Its delicacy tested even his and I matic Speech Is there one who does not believe In his heart of hearts that the selection of Mr Taft by Mr Roosevelt as his candidate for the Presidency at the very moment when ho himself was thrusting aside the Presidency was with the honest pur powj to secure the best possible ad ministrator of the great policies that were dear to his heart Evidently one of Mr Bryans chief ambitions Is to prove that Lincoln didnt know what he was talking about when he said You can fool somp of the people all the time and all of the people some1 of the time but you cant fool all the people all I be a menace They areto Bryans success GOMPERS IN THEORY I AND IN PRACTICEI Political theorists In Bryan have an awful time applying their th3orles to their own practical affairs of life They wont work somehow and when the application shows how untenable they are tho advocates are driven Into an awkward plight This Is Illustrated In the case of Mr Qompers concerning which the to say and other The chasm appears If one con trast what Compare Is saying from the platform with what Gomperrf has just done Before a Washington court On the platform Gompers con tends that to deny a trial by jury in contempt cases is a subversion of a primary rightIs so enraged at the Republican candidate because he stands by the law as It has been handed down by unnumbered genera tions that lid demands his defeat This is Gomper in theorya man who Is exploiting a proposal which ho does not understand and of which his hearers understand less I Gompers In practice In WashIng- ton was before a court on charges that he had shown contempt of court by what ho had said In the American Federation concerning the Bucks stove litigation The circumstances I I of the alleged contempt were such as The court was about ready to author ize steps leading up to an empanelling of a jury when Gompers through his attorneys withdrew his request for a trial by jury lie preferred to have the judge hear and determine the Issues than to have them submitted In all to avail case more to expose the hollowness of the In which Gompers Is engaged IIWMMWIS TO All TAFT Activity among commercial travelers In the campaign for the election of Tart and Sherman Is now showing Itself and promises to be a very po tent factor In vote getting It will bo undertaken In an organized way by the Commercial Travelers Sound Money League whose slogan Is Taft and Sherman and the continuance of prosperity The league was the first society of tho kind to Inaugurate the system of noonday meetings which It did In New York City in 1896 It claims upward of 200000 member about 75000 of whom come from New York houses Colonel John L Shepherd chair man of the Executive committee of the Jewelers Association Is tho pres ident of the league Other prominent members aro General Joseph W Congdon president of tho Central Dry Goods Association George F Victor one of the largest Importers and exporters In America William E Webb of the firm of James H Dunham Co Walter Scott of tho firm of Butler Brothers Sc Co and 1 L Hall Jonas Langfcld IK vlcoprp8 Ident of the league Uncle Henry Watterson declared In 1896 that the three Rs of Bryans campaign were Repudiation Riot and Ruin In those days Uncle Wntterson knew what he was talking about but nowwell dont auk foolish ques tions There Is talk of apathy It will disappear as soon an Bryan swings around the elrcln JI TAFT THE BEST EQUIPPED CANDIDATE No candidate who has appeared for the Presidency has had just the equipment that Mr Taft has The country has turned to for bl h public service where the exercise of rare legal learning had to be com bined with extraordinary requirements In administrative ability Speaking editorially as to this equip ment the Philadelphia Public Ledger has sayOfPresidential candidates within the memory of this generation Taft Is unquestionably the best equipped In training and experience and In wide and close contact with large affairs In one Important respect his equipment Is unlike that of any of the Presidents no one of whom had ever served on the bench With the exception of those nominat ed on their military records and two or three who had been Governors of their States the Presidents have been men whose political training was In the legislative branch Taft was never In Congress or even In his State Legislature He Is wholly with out personal experience In what is called practical politics He was edu cated for the bar early became a I judge the holetrend of his thought and of his ambition has been In the I line of the judiciary and hIs In grained judicial temperament It was I n- nl propaganda Republican that made him so conspicuously use ful and successful In the many dUn cult administrative problems he was called upon to solve It was a distinct sacrifice he made when President McKInley took him from a life position that ho enjoyed and that was In line of his dearest hopes to lay upon him the burden of establishing peace and order In the I Philippines The judgment tact and skill with which he carried on that great task the candid diplomacy with which he smoothed away perplexing obstacles the unselfish devotion with which he has upheld tho Interests of those faraway people In the face of Indifference at home wore an honor to tho Nation The same qualities of a wise adjudicator have been repeat edly at the service of tho country In Cuba In Panama In Japan It has been necessary only to send for Taft Misunderstandings are cleared up and difficulties vanish before this gracious personality this calm clear disen tangling mind His Intellectual In tegrity and disinterestedness have been as unmistakable as his quiet strength his unswerving sense of justice his absolute honesty It Is not a mind that moves by Impulse or In startling flashes It Is a mind well poised and of singular lucidity that reaches Its results by Joglcal prlncl plea which do not antagonize but convince However Mr Bryan will make another serious mistake If he allows himself to think ho has the entire labor vote of Chicago In his breeches pocketRays tho Chicago Tribune It has got to a point In America where organized labor Is far too Intel ligent not to know the difference between promises and real performance Secretary Root on Government Ex penditures The expenditures of the present Republican Administration have well within the means of the country and there remains to It In the Treasury a surplus of revenues collected during this Administration over and above tho expenditures nalesfof convict labor In the good old Dr a sate of Georgia OKtMRiV J 4 t i WHAT THE BRYAN BLGHTWOULDMEAN White I wasonthe Ways an1 Means Committee said Bryan In n recent speech In Delaware everyman who came there was a taxeate and wanted something This Is anther way of naIling workingmen and their employers public ggarsbccause they asked for protection from the produ tsol European cheap labor Bryan has evidently not changed the views which he held out and be he was a candidate f President that American labor has no right to protection and that the working man whoso wages are kept up by protection Is receiving that to which he Is not entitled that be Is air Bryan put It years ago a public beggar and as he put it a few days ago a taxeater The taxeaters and public beggars as Mr Bryan calls them are quite numerous It may be said that the terms apply truthfully to all the people of the United States it beneficiaries of the protective tariff are to be Included In Bryans description No class Is more benefited by protection than the farmer for whom protection has created home markets raised the prices of his stock and produce and prevented free trade competition with what he has to sell The difference between the attitude a of the Republican party with Taft and Sherman as Its candidates on the one hand and Bryan and those Democrats who support him on the other Is that the Republican party proposes to revise the tariff without damaging American Industry and Bryan pro poses to smash tho tariff without caring what trouble he causes how many millions he deprives of a living what blight and desolation he brings upon the farm the factory the work upon all the various activities which keep the American people bisy selfsupporting and Independent We have had a taste before of the Bryan blight when the Democracy was in power fourteen years ago and when trio third of November arrives It will be found that Americans do not want any more of It The election of Taft and Sherman to be President and VicePresident of the United States will be assurance that the Nation Is not to be blighted by Bryanlsm and I his free trade industrysmashing program and that the United States will march on to new and greater prosperity under the guidance of a statesman whose public career has proven him to bo thoroughly capable of administering national affairs In general with the same ability fidelity and success with which he has administered the Important share of those affairs committed to his charge in the past What Secretary Root Said at Sar- atogaIt was skilful of Mr Bryan to say that he Is bound by the omissions of the Democratic platform as well as by what It contains but who dictated the omissions as well as the platform Can an omission of today wipe out public utterances of the past Bryan and his record are both in I the running this year fiut at this dis tance from the finish It looks as though the record were bound to beat the man who made it I defers his longpromised visit to America until that is accomplished ho will never make It I Free trade free silver coinage and free ruin Bryanlsm thats all or nearly all I 7 1 BRYAN urn FINDS AND F THEIR TRUST RECORD Wrecker of New Yorks Traction Sys tern Thought It Worth 20000 to Have Commoner In Senate TAMMANYS AID EXPLAINED 1 When the Democratic Candidate Rants About What lie WI1F Do With the Trusts Ills Political Al lies In New York Gleefully Ap 0plaud as They Think of the Op portunities For Graft That Mar- I Come With Ills Help If a Past Example Presages Correctly Some time when William J Bryan is in the vicinity of New York it might bo well for him to explain to the public bow It came about that the chiefactor Inand beneficiary of the wrecking of the New York City sur face railway system contributed f20 000 to a fund Intended to help Mt IDOLATRY en giftsI presldllnt1Rl editoriallyI applicatIonfor trueI orihose Tammanybosspredlct8 Bryan to become Senator from Nebraska That the contribution was given Is admitted although Mr Bryan claims that ho did not see It Perhaps like the policeman at the corner when a saloon is open after hours he held his hand behind his back and twiddled his fingers and the 20000 landed where It would do the most good It is true that the individual who gave the 20000 to Bryans cam paign fund Is a Democrat and has close relations with Tammany Hall which have enabled him to realize enormous wealth out of the wreck and ruin of what ought to be the carlinesaccused him of putting money where It would yield no return It Is a fair NewYorkwhy ho wanted Bryan In the Senate DryansNew aboutbyfuming and ranting about what he theStateCharleyMurphyFlngy Conners of tho State Demo TbewreckersoftheNew and aro so closely connected with Theeffect bination has been the bankruptcy of withdrawalof anadditionalcents a day for going about town YorkaboutpoliticiansresponsIble trustwillPerhaps as they clap their hands theywill be thinking of the Opportunities themitthewaythe New York City railway themselvesand lorthefriends I J J c