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IdtjiBqrnbiicanlr Ii Fine Job Work i DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTYTSubscription 1 per Year 11 VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COVNTYII4y FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 No 14 Offlff I1NTY PEDAGOGUES u Meet And Hold an Interesting Session They Were Over One Hundred Strong and Composed of Beauty and Intelligence The Ohio County Toicfcers Institute met In Court house Tuesday Oct 13 1908 Called to order by Superin tendent DoWeese Devotional exercises were conducted by Dr J C Willis As Superlntepdent DoWeese couli not be with us the entire week Prof Ozna Shultz was elected to preside Mattye E Moseley was chosen Se- cretry The work of tIle Institute the anerlblchtlo enrolment of teachers 121 befog present Institute was then adjourned till 130 oclock The first on program In tho afternoon was a very able discussion of I mistakes In reading by the Instructor Recess After recess the Institute was entertained by nn address on Tne School Improvement League by Mrs Charles P Weaver This was fol lowed by excellent remarks in favor of the League made by Dr Willis The subject was then left for further discussion Wednesday morning As the teachers desired Dr Willis lectures printed motion was made not to receive the usual fee of till later on and a committee teachersI id of Prof Ozna Shultz tus and R C Jnrnagla was appoInt- ed to Investigate the cost The Institute was then adjourned till 830 oclock Wednesday morning WEDNESDAY Institute opened on Wednesday at 830 a m Devotional exercises conducted by Instructor Dr Willis The first thing In order was a mo tion made to put Institute fee at J O- As It failed to carry a compromise was made by which the Supt fixed the fee at 125 the additional sum to go to Improve the library jirs Charles P Weaver donated 50c to library funds A committee consisting of Mrs L N Gray and Miss Mario Austin was appointed to act with Miss Monroe In selecting tie best books possible for libraryWhile took recess oppor tunity was given for enrollment pf teacherejwha could not be present on first day After recess the subjects of School Improvement League was again dis cussed The appointed committee consist- Ing of R C Tarnagin W R Car son Mrs White and Marie Austin met with Mrs Weaver and nominated the following officers Mr C C Justus President Miss Monroe Secretary MrsL N Gray Chmn of Press Committee Mr Ozna hultz Vice President Next Language was discussed by instructor Ho made some helpful re marks on Architectural Unity In the afternoon some practical exercises were given In reading by In structor He made a very Interesting and instructive discussion on some errors in bad reading The Laws of Health were next taekn up by Instructor He brought out thoroughly the value of selecting the kind and quantity oft food and also the value of cleanliness Prof Leiper representing the West ern Kentucky State Normal School gave an Interesting talk Institute then adjourned till Thurs day morningTHURSDAY fThe house was called to order at 830 by chairman Shultz Devotional cerclses Fonduttedby Rev Virgil Elgin A committee on Memorial was up pointed and drafted the following reI s apPOIntedonllm Jlttoempvejfro c f French and Frank Hamilton there fore be it- Resolved That In tbhf dlsponsd tlon of Providence we ns teachers have lost three faithful coworkers thelrrespcctlve communities three just and manly spirits their parents noble affectionate and obedient sons Bo It further I Resolved First That a copy oft these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this Institute I Second That a copy bo sent to each pf the county papers for publication Tulrd That a copy bo writ to the bereaved parents of ho deceased W R Carson T J Edge Maymc Shown Al a Mao Likens Committee Next too subject of HumanI Growth WKS very ably ndLjournedAfter recess the Institute was favor ed with nn Instructive mid entertain- Ing address on a subject of special In terest to u Tire New School Law by Supt Jones of Franklin county followed by excellent remarks made by instructor Institute then adjourned i till 130 p m Toe first thing in tho afternoon was instructor tIe leader fciifi a1 gust dead 10 doj with discipline Recess The subject of How ta Provent Typhoid Fever was next discussed by instructor institute adjoufiiotl tll Friday morning IYRIDAY Institute opened at 830 Devotion al exorcises conducted by Instructor- Dr Willis conI1I1and Clarence James was appointed I ITho work of the day was opened by a discussion on tile subject ot At tentlon by Instructor Willis He madq manyayelpful suggestions as to low to secure attention The Insti tute was adjourned for a few minutes recess Next a committee was appointed and adopted the fallowing resolutions Whereas Mrs Chas P Weaver of Louisville representing the Kentucky School Improvement Ldaguo visited our Institute ecd favored us with a most instructive and entertaining ad dress on a subject of special interest to us The Improvement of our Schools and- WhereasJShe Is reveling her time to this Work from purely philanthropic motives receiving no other compo nation than the reward of her efforts be It therefore Resolved Thiat for the Interest she has manifested In this movement tend ing toward moral uplift and social and sanitary Improvement we the teachers of Ohio county tender her our sincere thanks and the assurance of our hearty cooperation In a work ofI such vital Importance to the welfare of our schools Be it further Resolved That a copy of these reSGlutlons be spread upon the minutes of this Association and a copy be lert to Mrs Weaver In grateful recognition of her services to us Mrs L N Gray Miss Dona Woodward Mrs J A Wedding commlt tee Prof Lelper favpred the institute with a very Interesting address followed by short lalks made by Mr W R Carson and Mr Ozna Shultz The Institute then adjourned till 130 p m IV short talk was made by Mr Birch Shields after which the1 subject of Discipline was further discussed by Instructor Recess After recess Dr Wills discussed The Mind giving a brief outline The Institute was then adjourned tlll Saturday morning SATURDAY Institute was called to order at 830 by the chairman Devotional exercl ses were conducted by Instructor Dr iViuis A very interesting talk waSI given by Pof L N Gray Next thet Instructor discussed the Source of Moral Training Tie Institute then adjourned fora few minutes recess After recess the instructor gave a general discussion pf the New School LawThe following resolutions were adapted by the Teachers of Ohio county We the Teachers of Ohio county assembled Inj annual Institute renew I oUr allegiance to each other In suchI i way as to magnify and dignify ou- rcaIingandipolve as follows We our sincere thanks to he citizens ot Hartford for uniform ourteelea nall occaflion We rei member with pleasure the efficiency anti ldndniw of StiTS Delileds r j 2p SAM A ANDERSON Wo present herewith a good likeness of Mr Snit A Anderson can didate for tau Republican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio county JMr Anderson begun his career as a printer on no old Kentucky Progress and worked for the newspapers of Hartford for several yours and In 1894 became tiio owner and editor of the Hartford Republican luiv Ing sold the same after his election to the ofllto of Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court In 1897 He has always been an active hard working Re publican devoting his time and energy to the upbuLdlng of tins party In tno county and State He was the Republican nominee for Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court In 1897 and lifter a band campaign was elected Immediately after the election 1111 which ire was elected tile Democrats filed con test against hits and undertook to deprive hint of the office to whlen too people elected Mm The contest was Mitrgly fought and was finally decid ed fn his favor although the same cost him tHe greater part of tlo om oluments of the office Ills friends are clalmligthat to merits tho nomination for County Attorney by reason of these facts After serving his term ho refused to offer for reelection and began tine prtt the ell law in wiici he has been eminently successful Mr Anderson married in lj9l toi Miss Elvu Morton oldest daughter of tine lain Judge Joni p Morton mid has been living hi tae city of Hartford for tne past cgmcin years Mss Lillian Monroe Chairman Oziu Shultz Messrs McKonny Jackson und Jones Misses Woodward Fleldcn and others who were instrumental In spec lal ways for the general Interest We recognize in our Instructor Dr J C Willis of the University ol Louisville all the elements conducing to our highest culture Ho has In a masterful way developed the great problem relating to every phase ot that most useful of all professions the profession of teaching iWe endorse tho series of practical comImendThe Making of a Man For clearness of cocept and breadth of scholarship it appeals to as unanswerable as related to the divine origin and destiny of man We are g ad to have had with us Mrs I R S Eubank representing that excellent State Organization The Southern School Journal We wero fortunate in having with us the wife of exMayor CtasPlVeaver- of Louisville whose Inspiring address on the School Improvement League was a general unjlft I We heartily endorse tlirj county School Improvement League idea which Is a product of the Educational committee of Uio1 Federation of wom ens clubs We pledge to each other our aid in organizing a league in every school district ot Ohio county believing the greatest good nutty come In this WilY each school lVo call upon the cltizcm of the county to stand as a unit for the en I forcement of tie acts of thelast ses sion of our legislature instituting anew system of school management Recognizing that some minor details must be amended so as to removed and give completenesswo o endorse the law as a whole and feel it 9 in leaping with the great forward movement la educational legislation- In the South We appeal to the friends ot Education in Ohio county tpJBecond our efforts in striving to giycKto the schools such lmprovementsTK tn buildings rroundB and rrquipptentas will rende theaisattracilveao erYe h stifflead i j 2r 7o 11 his anxious soul to tho highest t iichlevemcnt possible to his capacities Respectfully submitted I C C JUSTUS I 0 L SHULTZ E Y ALLEX i CLARENCE JAMES R C JARNAGINI Committee FOR THE BUSY READER R Forest fires are causing heavy dim Hgen lu various locllltles In Pennsyl vanla New York and the New England States Judge James Wortliara ono pf the bestknown lawyers in Kentucky dimi of stomuch troublq after several weeks Illness at LeltcbfleldV Col J F1 Adams of St Louis a Confederate voteranwas found wmider ing on the fctuets of Cleveland 0 and died soon afterward S President Roosevet has signed r contract with the Outlook of Now York to act as an associate editor of that publication after his retirement from the presidency In March next Five persons lost their lives at Palntsville when the relsdenre of Mr Liza Lavender wail burned George Stafford two daughters and a so wore burned to death and Mrs Staf ford Jumped front u second story win dew- S Night riders warned J W Cliiken beard a candidate for Magistrate lu Bath county to withdraw Mr Clin ke n beard took an active part in tiro effort to bring the guilty t4 following several barn burnings las spring Notice TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN I have this day set my son Algy Miller free and he la authorized to transac- any find all business in his own name and I will not henceforth be responsi ble for anyotlilacontrnctsJ iiy4 r L MJJLEn nAdabnrgNKyi LONG DROUGHT ISALARMINli Ohio Valley Enveloped and Conditions Serious Vegetation Literally Ccoked And Stock Water Get ting Scarce The cloudy condition of tile atmosphere In the past two or three days tins given rhe to the hope that the long drought might be ended by the advent of the fall Zulus but trio storm shifted mid departed northward leaving tho i Olio valley In tho cluiclifcs of Elf j drought king with liiilo prospect of tore I Vigntlon tlirougiuut tho country s practically ruined and tee woods and df i ve In Miiirtreilii ofckPOB boon said and lilnukoi d by toe niglng- j S I e rave 8Wui l oui Since till f putt of July fin Hffrtlnn of th j- Iliiutry j ie been in MM druitgut bolt giroIitciak io seriousness of Ut- j uiitioi but a eiSHiil trip tlroull1l e faruiiijg cnuntrjr will east exnt of tae drtiii ig dune by the drought iModenxto but quite general ruins oc curled during too last days of Snptem bar affording some relief tlirougnout the State though tile precipitation was not uscli as to he of any great consequence Day temperatures have registered about 14 degrees above nor mal with but little relief after nlgit Since the September ralu there tins been practically no precipitation cud conditions are becoming alarming The mild winter and early spring with ample moltusre uhsered inn the early summer under favorable uusplcies Then unusual extremes In tho weathe conditions occurred and from freezing turnperature with rain and frost a change occurred and unusually warm weather WIIS thou result During tho early rrrt of tray li was cool and wet and It was lute lu the month before progress could be mado by fitrmorH When pjtntlng woiiJtifi1 set in IVu condhluns continued favorable until thI middle of Juue though tP ulna I chute less frequent The dry weather begun rliour fait Iii aid by ti oinl at tile moiiti too triuiiiry vtis III Hi i ells need of ruin Intermittent siov ers In July temporarily relieved Vie i Situation but uffur tie first fow days of August toe dry weather sot III wltti a vengeance nut wllii the exception of local showers there has been pnictical no relief For three weeks there was 110t a drop of rain In the State Too temperature III August was seasonable but abnormally WHIm In September WhiteMoore- Mr W D Moore son of our follow townsman Mr Imam lluote und Miss Nellie Whilo were married In Louisville Wednesday Mull White Is live of Canada told she and Mr IoOleI met and became fiweotiieurtf whiles e was visiting In Louisville IrI Moore Is an old Hartford boy IlIdI now 1 OCH a responsible position In j toe Third National lank of Louisville HB Is very popular fete and his ninny friends wish film a nappy voyage OH the matrimonial ten For Sale- A I firstclass confectionary and streetlnlHartrorrd Iness for trio rlglt Patty W C SCHLHJIMER j HarrisonBean I Last weeks Issue of the Leltciifiold ofttho marriage of Dr J S Bean who has ninny friends here who wlsii him a long and happy married lireIMiss Birdie Harrison and Dr J S Dean of Olalon were quietly married at 7 oclock Wednesday evening at the tone of the bride Rev G W Dame pastor of the M E Church per forming the ceremony This wedding oftLoitchfiejd without bolls or banns In fact Miss Birdie slipped up on them r Miss Harrison is the only daughter of Mr Joe Harrison of this plncea intellectualtand deserving young lady and worthy of the hand and heart of any man Dr Dean ia the only son of Dr L B Bemofjinrtford He is now located atlOlatotf wher6Mje has a well eatab Belied and substantial practice Imme dlately after the ceremony and good byes they wero driven to the station and took tho 730 train for Olaton where they will make their home Auditor James After Grafters Auditor James is a Republican but that makes no difference with us In commending his efforts to stop graft- Ing in Kentucky and exposing men who are not conducting their offices hon estly He has recently made a state ment In which tie has HIIOWII up a number of public officials In various counties He says that ho forced the county Clerk of Bull county to pay Into the State Treasury Over 3500 that the county clerk In Mercer his own county had to pay 1m about 1500 that a county Judge had been ldtcQCund that officials at Lexington had padded tip school census so that tho State was robbed of 1 1000 annual ly Every honest man will commend our State Auditor in his efforts to stop grafting among county officials Tne people demand ihonegt men In office and ti ey Wiiiir oil the diet onest dJ811Ipolitics is Eiz bt town Neva A Joint Debate True will be n Join dfbtifl at Oak Grove school iiouxu Friday uignt Oct 80th with tin hawing for subject Resolved tat tie ttiid class oer tiflcute Hiould hp abolished and toe Second Iseuod but once Thoco who will take tine iilflrntative are B S Shields A S Keown nnd E S How ard The negative win be represented by LIfe Embry II C Crowder and M A Embry NIGHT RIDERSKILL LAWYERS RZ Taylor and Captain Rankin Meet With Violence at the Hands of Raiders Paducah Ky Oct 20R Z Toy lor and Captain Rankin two attorneys for too West Tennessee IHnll company wero slain by night riders willie hUnt- Ing at Reelfoot lakoTenn Tne com pany owned the fishing nnj ferry tights on tho like and recently its building there was burned Developments show that Taylors body was found riddled with bullets and hanged to a tree Captain Rankin is not quite lead but cannot recover Tlio attorneys had Instituted suits to prevent neighbors from trespassing at the lake- Taylor and Rnnkln are two ofi the most prominent lawyers In Tennessee Taylors daughter married a wm of Senator Hob Taylor Tho snob was composed of 70 or SO masked men They took the lawyers from E C Wards house on the Reelfoot estate lynched them laud w HerrelScnroeter Mr Clifford Schroeter and Miss Mattle Herrcl of Rockport were married yesterday evening in the parlors of Mr Emory Sclirooters photograph gallery Rev Virgil Elgin speaking the words taut made tile two happy hearts beat as one Air Sciiroetar Is a well known photographer and proprietor of the Flouting Studio raid a young man whose business qualifications and general deportment ore admired by all Miss Hcrrol Is one of Rockpons plat popular young ladles mid fins n lIst IttImhllcanIlifes miurimonliil set McLean County Tobacco Sold Tue Owunuboro Inquirer of yester ilny contained u story to tile effect tint tine Equity people of McLean county had sold the 100S crop to tho American Tobacco Co at following prices Grade No 1 leaf 9 lugs 9 trash fJ Grade No2 leaf 8 lugs 9 trash 3 Grade No 3 leaf 8 lugs 7 trash 3 Grade No 4 leaf C lugs 6 trash 3- Republican Rally Judge T J Sparks Republican elec tor for the Stateatlarge will address the voters of Ohio county at Center town at a flag raising Saturday Octo ber 24 1908 at one oclock p m Judge Sprake is one of thin ablest speakers in Western Kentucky and a few hours of Interesting dIscussIon of National and State affairs is as sured A brass band has been em ployed and the best of order will be maintained Everybody invited espe dully the ladles v I r iJ I I JC i II JtAT IIARTFOIITh ICYe WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28TH OLD fiERIONIMO I f THE DAD INDIAN I Says te is Tired of Killing White Brother I Believes in God and Is a Member Of the Dutch Reform ed Church Lawton Oklll Sept IOAlthOllgll old Gt r1ooiimo Is fuel fa ilitigIn years roused by the awful hardships lit ex lierleuced during tile days that lit held the West uud Southwest In ter ror prior to 18G he QU still larlut steer with great accuracy Hf Is noW busily engaged with utnmy of the Apa the bucils roplug the young calves or the Apache cattle and usslstltig ii the branding of severatthousand yearlings Flits work Is belllg done while t111 Apache Indium are making thely annual roundup of cattle on the tang or the Ft Sill mitary reservnUon All cattle lire being mlllclcd at tin Rick Islautd tucks near Elgin wher the calves wl11 ht IJnlllded LIeut George Purimgton Woo ha charge of tile Apache prisoners of Will and tttah p0ssrt8IOD Is ov0rbee hag tile roundup Worklllg undo him Iud assisting Intte roundup are 100tpace IlleU and buya A CUlUfllolO II1IIII of everything he- 10nJing to the ladltOs Is to be made It Is estimated that the Apache IIcrd of cattle conUIIr1I UOOO heads probably tilt largest big o nerd In Oklahoma One ot the inttnsthig In comecluu wits tc lord Is nefuc t that there tau vur few dry COWl ThIs year there this t Ja bugvst crul- of calves ever Ial ell oil lIl1 luervlL 11uniAccOldlng to vie UIIIIlI cnstoat o- handlug tike Apache tattle lO coW ore mumbftred 8011 iu brundlug ul- cttlvcs life IJmnded alto the smtm aunt bar na tter mutt Nr Till Iwlor curtly e art rutlWI1I1I caws te1gi told un- Ul too old for itcdvn life ant tiie rank and tau gumar of siers iae bump lIed IInll cold lilfJb ludhlll OWl I cows htllllIIg his cumber tart Ill yutuig CIIII hwrlulL- bo lame number be iib property It le tmllmated tutu vere ur- approxtmatey e tCO s ear mh s lIs Sear WLkl will bring ti o sjiJf uhOUl S2h000Old ltornrlato Wltll III Istwtun hl1ay- atld rxtrt lcd 1I11IJII tlrollh nil In terpreer oft tuft ludliul stud his future ltiy I eep e gulg fast IC suit- i btvkan SsmnIM Nonoly all IIHIIlI now SOIlIl I1 bo dead Te lnllC- wblalry 1111 ludlnu Soon mo more at- uU Tice lUIIl1 lit ttJ trllJ prim otter It 11 r 1I1101J the hurt Sill mill tttry re orvrtion 0OS dIiImiiiimh until thy Dl1ulq ierr 11 tI 20 1111I1bIII This atate of afllilsglivice ue bro lumdown nlt AII i tI IIICt 5 t Ind advisor utora than huiytming Ii ever nano u lu ar Uu 111 times of war or Ieace It nits rhveya 1011 111 ttmllltil1tl tatvo Ills trlbt Ilke his- white hhetrii to thrive and htarease- in number and Influence Coo itaoaas tin c1ef attraction lit tlio bus IOt4 WOW glYII hy vie blulloIed JIIda atCohiefvIUe 5ne- time Le mo tile Smwneos Obmges and afuw CirnchErst and Creeks Gerolll mo wort over wItl nth armed curtupon po mlIlnn from Satteury Wit lla t Tuft Of the Votr Dlpartmont J IA Dlrlccmn amteretary of the Col UnsJIIf Comwerdnl Club conic to Fort Sill amid ntcompithied the old chIef ids daughter md wife to Colllns rule thespot ofilresteat Indian meeting and found there K W Logstona Lawn photort3prler and one of hIs- close llersona friends havlllg tnOde many photos for the old chief who would not permit any one to return came with him rather preferring to cume back with 11 Ugstoh- lm0re I was noIlIns out of tt 01- dlmuy in the rlrcrs or GIIIlllItO to- aatract attention to ills rlol wnen fie arrIved at ue putsWoW but GeronImo was not u 00 outdJIl and wnln he saw the srge amid Shawniees- nli toggtd out ire their Pmny CtIJJf + t- bankeiH mad Slearlll featner- neadgears and paint or gaudy tints he retired to his tepee and soon mtrtd thprefromI with nil his ear tlints and feathers lIe was a grand upsutnding figure or a man Yet he tanked dlmlnnto be Osagesaand lnan uees looked ottonnd and the big husky Osages and the tlI 5tiawnees seemed to wither awac and lena but them slgle figure of War old warner In the roreroq I He took occask+ a early In tide con Hmtl n of Indians to show his cons tempt for time blanket Indians When lie was introduced to tits circlet or the other trIbes lIe ltd a limp hand amide did not say II utird Otis of ale Otters ciders Bald itisrs mike sitaklug luinde- aItlt IL Jnonument In Mil Sleel made at that time no said The hove of any people is tho Curisilaa religion nr tIll alone will the tpmnllnt tat rfollllllllS bJ saved They need some rMsrnln To long nave they Mien eaemlw of tilt Willle man Too long have tle ought tile wUo man Tao wnlte blUlerK wlI do all right 1 Uu udla1l1 Jtt Is tOe mys1 za Dutch lteforwed cWc1t near Fort SII and Is an artm trorlcer hi the church and every Inrhan Ought to bp- lletJ In God ulld lIO histeariningss- f The sooner the lndlan flntli that be wIll keep on dying ou UI1IIK lit does moanerito Indnn amruuts to nrdllg noW Grua White Father pays no rrttrtntieu fu In than Indian goes ttl great V11lt- OFoIIer gets drunk Great White halnur dhgusiocd and turns Ilway1- 1II1111n ought tat go to Great Wiit- elathr like white tern Whlte mangoes to Great Wblte Fathre mind Great WlIllu ather listens WIlll mun goes Sober Indian should do tame 1 Excellent Health AdvIce Mru M 31 lJavlson of No 3ut Gif lard Ave San Jose Cal fays Tne worth or Electric Bitters n9 u genera family comedy for headache hl1ous 1Hess and torpor or the liver and how elm is so pronounced that I ant Prompted to say II Word In Its favor for the benefit or those seeking rel- Ier from such arrIctlon There Is moro health for the digestive organs In a bottle or Electric Bitters than In any other remedy 1 know ot Sold undei guarantee at all druggists GOc m A PIa for the Goat A little book ClUed The Care fort le Grot has recently attracted some attention In England The wrter urges that great ndtuntngo would be found by small prollrIetors laborers luna residents In keollh1g g 0- tI e Pcor snarls cow Goats milk ile says often IOSbCUOS twIce the richness of cows milk Is very valuable for cnldren and may be practlarlly- guaranteed as free from the bacillus of tUborcnTosltl Goats are cheap and cheaply kept since they readily find fooll and they demand little room Ybutlrs Compannn c Union Arrows The farmer has about mnde up hIS mind to quit bolllg farmed troe uct1 morgtlgeit farmer It a good deal like II emote hobbled orse The funnel tvoo raises Ills own On and lwrk can lJUtttr both sides ofttS bread If ho wants to Buying on credlte III perlarc Irth- lln stratvhig but tao ivorry wIIHI en a tnaua life The ufflco Itch among members of the Fartnors Uulon Is whose ten tae fever tick nmdng cattle Tae former wlo increases his corm and jorl crop w111 win out nu differ iIICO tvitnt the price of cotton swell lbti Tae flUII1P1 IwJo gels the best re cults from ills labor Is the one Wlo worlcs with ills lead its hell liS willI Ills ands A bmre or two of sorghum maliSSe produced on the farm wIll go a lung way to sweeten tile lives of those Wlo toil The Union makes no fIgLt1 on any class It slll111 bUwds oil Its Otvi- irights mind wont run over atiyoue except those ugh get III the tvti3 When time Farmers Union gets Its machinery In order so liS to cumulate the speculator who has hltlteridpl ac- tlcally manipulated prIces you will hear u howl Unhht will make the dogs bIII WHen time tlUlUcl lines up wIth 1- 1sollll front IlIeltJllted to the tlllelulllUIl that glnth1tIulI lItglnl to tll1l tteri Is Soinetidug doing A idle later- Oa he will know there fats been oiite- thing doug Now III Ue time to lusl tie work of tile UllluJI lute new wrlitIJI IO crops are made iait time flllmers art relldy to JIIIII discussed tie best meth ads to dlt POI of tllel11 In the midst of tile PoJtlcah excitement that Is engaging public lIt tent Ion time farmer should not lose sight or the fact that It b4 measures morO UtlU men and partrstbttts- hould most interest hmIlmi lie must see to It that IlIws Il1e phbsed to protect his lutoresms The election or officers for Vie national and Stab unions is not over and tine work for Uie coming year well In lined The prospect I1Head Is emmeomng lug mind thi4 promises to be tae best year In the history oft tim organization In tio local unions tine best method of farming In that pRltlcul1r Iocnliy can be freely discussed There are in- rvery hegiborso I tOlllo farmer who IxlIlrlJnuw mOlO titan oth01s and toeso are generally wIlling to give trio result or their experhnents The strength of unionism consists in standing toselllr Whatever the ma jority dceides upon shOUld be nedtpted its tHe proper ttitg to du It Is bettor to stuid together its n unit although many tay tldukthe tiling d cldf d upon Is hot U o beat thing to do tlleu to have dlvlslons hit lie ranks Willie II lllrge mHmbolihlll of the Unloti Is leslrttble II thorough tralnhlg In time ptuiloso amid prhleipcs of time or- ganlzatlon Is Of more ImpurtafCO It Is discipline and wel directed effort tUlu cunt2 A prepndera ce of numbers witi out dlteipili a is subject to dessenson end dlslntfgrltlou When wo eoae to consider the social fentures alone of the Union It Is well worth VIe trouble und exponceof I thr rganlzaUon The pleasure of meeting our friends and neIghbors ono i or twice a 1110ntl In u social gathering where we are free to discuss the top- Ics or the day Is n pleasure that willj be uppreclaudmore und more at each meeting It will help to break JeI monotony of Iso ullon that necessari 13 belongs o life cr too farm ullIpromotes friendly relations with OUlJ nelgtiboisHoaa ld barm- uHovt3 I Thlf Re1wardI not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the undersIgned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hIm perfectly honorable la ally business transactions and financiallY able to carry out any obligations made by hIs fIrm 1 I WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Druggists Toledo 6 1 IWholesale Cure Is taken In directly upon the blood and mucous surface or the system Testimonials sent free Price We per bottle Sold by aU druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation I m Qaeer Telegraph Poles The most orIginal telegraph line In the world once entended from the capital of iDOlla Ll Paz to the town of Oruro In this pats or nollla there I nrd Ito growIng trees and wood is so difficult Unit even the h- Utdifficultitouselold fur mItuie or tile natives Js invariably made nod or wood but of dried mud or adobe So WHen the war broke out between Chile and Be- livia and a telegraph line became ur- gout It was abode that was ciloscn- Ifor the queerest teegraph pules In ex Istence These p111ars were built in atomic foundations and measured about 5 feet spuare at lime base with II height or about Hi feetiThey were placed tit intervals of about 3Gl feet and thus held the wire at a helgitt sufficient to cear the only auinals or the country the llama and l the donkey Tno total length of the line was 156 mires I Among other curIous telegraph lines Is the growing pole line erected in Uganda WJIOIcould not find any wood whici andHiltirOttn1 cloth trees to the of thE roads aud using them as poles 1hls systa0nt has been uted for i1Oi years or more tile Dutch East Ladies growing IIII are willell to account also But wlro Is stretchedI n across theIi road between the trees all either und the Insulation Is supendtd In ItsI middle and tio hid Is titus over tw road turd clear from vegeuulonChI1c- ago Tribune rSaleIOne double sawmIll rig Dremens make log carriage 34 tolong two cIrcular saws ono 52 Inches anyl one M Inches In diameter One log turn one log hand lap pulleys shafting and everything that It takes to make up a first class rig It you want to go Into the saw mm business come and see this sawmill beforo buying It Is first class In every particular RENFROW DEAN 9tf Dundee KY Man 6000 Years Ago At u rencent meeting of scientists 1n Dublin Prof G Elliott Smith Lil- eEgywogst said that time earliest known hunum remnll1t found In tite- Nilovalley when compared with th1or4- Pr later times demonstrated the fm that tit a very remote period Egylt and Nubia were Intubhell by tile elite itee w111cumnd persisted In Egypt wJlch little or no cuanco In phYs ICII CtI1I1ICWrlEtlc through ute luter- enll1g GOOO years until the present day Tfey hurl been and still were 8 s11utll putJlllc the average height of pad men beig about five feet three incites at every period or their itls tort lThelr Lair was a dark brown or Lllllck usually wttvy but not wooly lid uny sense nesrold their heads wore long and narrow usually ovoId or pentogouoid or corrlnshltped US the result of frequent presence of a protuberant occiput On the whole lacy shared those characterIstics which distinguished the majorIty of the peoples fringing the Medlterran- elan As would be expected In a group of people that lived from the dawn or history on the fringe or the negro ter rftoey Ulehf eassome slight evidence 011 un infusion of btelc blood but this was very small In amount Chicago News Why James Leo Got Well Everybody In Zanesville 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his me to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery HIs lungs were so severely affected that consumption seemed Inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried It and Its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings Discovery Is the KIng or throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds Itltas no equal One dose gIves relief Try it Sold under guarantee at all druggists fiOc and 100 TrIal bottle free m Dally Thoughts You Belie all seon tt boy In the nelgilbohood that the women folks poInt out und say Well If that boy dont dlc In the penitentiary Ill be badly fooled Well nine times out or ten that same boy generally makes n success In this life Give the boys n chnmice Permit them to run jump and shout They ari lcedcil whit eutItusfnstn uud it lust hits to expode t Give theta IL chance Sonic of time people act as thought n- lJoy hud ll rights In this word If IICs quiet lIes planning mischief If nos noisy nos term Front tile appearance or Sono peo pies front laws one would neer be IlEna the Louse to be occupied Rake the eaves An obedient child is n rare thing these days Mosi cltUdlcli argue vlth their Parents upon every tlihtg that they are requested to do Away down sleep In it mothers heart ever HowIcd by sympttlly An ungrateful chld Is nn abomination and sooner or later will see tno lays that remorse will maie hUn the most miserable of men Halt eye mote than half the gOs sip In this world has Its Inception In talks over the back fence So believe or credit little that you fear For Sale We have about 70 acres of good fnnn landon the Harts Ford roadono and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good NiceIyoung freestone water 75 acres nt DavIdson Station on the Owensboro branch or the I C R R 60 acres tine bottom laud will grow 54 or 80 bushele corn to acre 15 acres or rolling land very fertile Two tine Springs eltrlasting water bounded on the South 01 rough Creek Dwelling story and half eIght rooms new located South sIde Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents NotiCe Orders OhIo County Court regular term 1st day September 3 1908 Hon W D Taylor County Judge presId- Ing Ite appearing to the sat1sfactlon or the Court that the FIscal Court or Ohio cOunty by majority oftile members composing the same has here tofore decIded that Elections to re gulate the runnIng or stock nt large In OhIo county Kentucky shan be confIned to the voting precincts in said county and It further appearing that W H Reid and 27 outer legal voters of Prentls No 30 voting pre cinct and J M Taylor and 98 other legal voters or East Deaver Dam No 13 votil1g precInct have tiled theIr several petitions herein praying an election to be held In their teepee Uve voting precincts lit the regular election November 3 1908 for the purpose of taking the sense or tune legal voters In each of the said precinct upon the question whether or not cattle or any descrllltlon shall be per mitted to run nt largo In said pre cincts or any of them and It ap pearing that said pnrUtloners have deposited with thsl Court the sum of 1500 to defray the expenses or the oectlOI1 in each of the said precIncts It Is therefore ordered and adjudged that said question be submitted to time voters or said precincts at the regular election November 3 91908 antl4bo officers or the regular election are directed to open a Poll at each and nil of the voting places in said precincts 111 Ohio county Kentucky for the purpose or ascertaining the win or the legal voters In each of the said precincts upon the question whether or not they shall penni a tttle or any descrIption to run at large in their respective voting precIncts Notice or the submIssion of this question shall be published at least 20 days before the said election In nt beats four Issues of the Hartford Re pub lcnn n newspaper or general cor culatlon In paid county The Oun ty Clerk Is ordered to hive Ilrtnted on tho ballots of each or said precincts the question For or against the run nIng at large or cattle in Preutis and East Beaver Dam voting precinct OhIo county Kentucky naming the preclnots on each ballot IA CopyAttest W S TINS YJ 12t4 Clerk Ohio County Court SOUTNRu r LESSONS IN BOOKKEEPING BY MAiL GRADUATBS POSIT1ONS FREE no r HOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY owuuGRuN C I a a r- I J j a 4 lt- 4r I l r t I INCA V1SIONNESEES Mi Romance Leading to Release Of Prisoner A Good Luck Story ofaMan Who Had Been in Hoc Eleven Years Pardoned from a penitentiary life sentence because of u dreamsuch la the romantic circumstance surround- Ing the rebate of tieorcp W Junes from the Texas suite prison til HUnts vllle where ho was incarcerated eleven eara ago on the charge of iimrder lnga woman In many respects Joncs Was u re liiarkabe convict The murder tfwhich he was imprisoned was com mitted in Williamson county A wo man whose name had been handled more or less by local gossips was found dead Certain circumstance seemingly pointed to Jones illl Ute mur derer He was tried and convicted His wife showed her devotion by re moving from her home to Huntsvllle the penitentiary town so that soe might visit him frequently He fur nished money for her support Jones maintained his innocence of the crime setting forth that he was at till times devoted to his wife and had never associated with other women For about a year Mrs Jones was a frequent caller at the prison It was the one brignt tpotl in Jones prison life these visits from his wife But there came a time when the vis its were not so frequently Jones pined but his wife explained that she feared to gain the dlsplasure of the prison officials She felt that they were annoyed by her calls One day after the visits had slack ened there came a civil officer to the prison with u divorce summons for Jonca Here Is a paper for you said the officer heart fluttered Probably tha faithful wife of his had secured him a pardon He glanced at It hurridly Hereal ized its meaning Catching up the hatchet with which he hud been working he severed his right hand at the wrist and with tUB left he handed the amputated member to the deputy saying Take this back to my wife nnd tell heltls my answerto her dlvorcepeti tlon mygoodVight hand a hand that has never committed a crime but Has worked all these years for her sup port The divorce was granted and the jwiXo soon married again married u man whom she met in Huntsville where she was living to be near her convict husband Jones wounded larm healed after a painful siege but he always for his wife and often in mournedI the guards on their rounds l him sobbing her name And now for the strange part of the story J fH Waldrip who lives at Chester Tex and who ten years ago Tread newspaper accounts of how Jones hadI chopped his hand oft dreamt a rewl weeks ago of the affair Ho also saw In his drean the murder of the woman saw the tragedy enacted ho declares as plainly as though he had been an actual eye witness waldrip was not acquainted with Jones bad never even seen him but he was familiar witn his description from hearsay and the man he saw In his dreamthe man who killed the womanwas of entirely dif ferent appearance Waldrip was BO Impressed with his dream that he felt called upon to study the case He neglected his own business and delved Into the records He Interviewed the prosecuting nltor qey in the case He sought the trial judge long since retired and begged him for assistance in freeing Jones The man is not guilty I know it I saw another man commit that mur der taw him in my dream Waldrip declared with earnestness lAt first Waldrlps dream was looked upon as a Joke His friends feared for his sanity But he kept persistent ly at his task and aij Jasti attracted more or less of a following Little by little the tangled skein was unwound and now through thej drean of Waldrip a total stranger the governor of Texas and the pardon board have set free Convict JonesIBereft of the wife for whose love he sacrificed his right hand Jones hasj sought eeclufilon on a ranch pear Antonio where te says he shall remain e ciXORXBar taulhd Haw tihws3 Bi lIpat1ilt 01 K1i Why a Mole is Liked Because he Is the most tireless wprltnr otln rrw e It 1 T t A Bola Step 1 To overcome the well grounded nnd reasonable objections of tho moro intelligent to the use of secret medicinal com pounds Dr n V Pierce of Buffalo N some time ago decided to make a bold pursubyeda nestle use and so hay published broad i cast and opcnty to tho a and comprao list of all the tullI entering lnVj tho composition of his celebrated radfcHics Thus ho has taken inhismovedtiisaicdiclncs from among secret madebemIs bOltA n as how rmu n a to su ecttem Not only does tho wrmprter of every bottlo of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the torpidllverwherever located hut printed upon lb n allthenuVterousItandardschools of practice containing very numer ous extracts from the writings of leading tMtronUUfmedicinesOne orbybookItawilltbeleindthathrollcrceemlcdtcines agents or other poisonous or Injurious agents and that they aro mado from native medici nal roots of great values also that some of InlJrllercesnervous overworked rundown nervous and debilitated women were long years ago br the Indians for similar ailments affecting their squaws In fact ono of the IntotheasSQuawWeedof not a few of our most valuable native me IndIansAscesses tno Favorite Proscription Is a most eOiclent remedy toe regulating all the Womanly functions correcting displacements as prolapsus anteverslon and retorvertlon overcoming painful period toning up the ofhealthmore work He lu always as good as cash In the bankHe never falls through a holrj in a bridge and generally keeps out of danger Farmers Home Journal Sheriffs Sale The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Ohio county We command you that of the es tate of Jacob Chancellor and Joh J Brodwlck you cause to be made the sum of five hundred and eighty dollars which P K Newton late in our Ohio Circuit Court recovere against them for debt with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 22nd da of November 1907 until paid also tJ sum of 1S790 which to the said plaintiff in the said Court was adjudged for costs IB that suit expended whereof the said defendants were convicted as appears to us of record and that you have the some before th Judge of our salr Court on the 19th of Sept 198 to render unto the said plaintiff file delft Interest op costs aforesaid and have then an there this writ Witness E O Barrase Clerk of said Court this 11th day of August 1908Credited by 3065 AUg 1906 on costI Attest E O BARRASS Clerk Levied the within execution upcn the following described real estate viz lot in the town of Ftordsvllle lOne county Ky situated on the North side of Wallace Street and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the North side of said street then N 20 E 200 feet to a stone then N 70W 100 feet to a stone then S 20 W 200 feet to a stone then S 70 E 100 feet to the beginning belg same propertyconvey ed to John Broaderlck by Jennie Tray era on Sept 2nd 1S99 and recorded Jn Ohio coupty Clerks office in Deed hook 26 page 494 Also another lot in the town of Fordsville Ohio county Ky bounded- as follows Beglnnlg at u stone on North side ol Owensboro Leltchflel Road then N 8 E 78 feet to the southern boundary line of the Irving- ton Branch of the Uouisvllle St lJousI and Texas Railroad thence N 104 feet to a stone thence S 5 W 94 W thenceS85 E 104 feet to the beginning being same lot conveyed to RobertsIonOhio County Clerks office Deed Book 33 page 36 as the property of John J Broaderlck by going upon said property and notifying the agent orI said Broaderlck of said levy This 17 day of August 1908 R B MARTIN Sheriff 13t3 by GRANT POLLARD D S NQW THEREFORE I R B Martin Sheriff of Oiiio county or one of my deputies will pursuant to the foregoing Fl Fa expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door In Hartford Ky on Mon the 2nd day of November 1908 about one oclock pm 1 will of for sale the foregoing described tract or parcel of land or so muck thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff P K Newton debt interest and cost Said scale will be made upon a credit of months the purchaser beingrequlr d to execute bond immediately after sne for the amount of the purchase price with good and sufficient surety bearing Interest from date Witness my hand as Sheriff of Ohio l 1 r i w V V t ii l1 H THE BONES OF- MUMMIES AREI Used For PaintToo Expensive for Barns An Invention Used by Artists j More Than 2000 Years Ago I Artists now use a special paint ot- a rich brown hue nmdc by grinding the bones pf mummies togetner with bitumen with which hoe mummies wero embalmed Tim may truthfnlly be termed tile finest point in tne world In the first place It Is fprac tlcally permanent as wel as being very rich in coor It is principally used by portrait painters Buys the Brooklyn Eagle in depicting brown hair Msmy portraits that now adorn the mansions of tho rich have reedit ed touches of this valuable pigment procured from mummies that wet reverently placed in their tombs tierce of Icuf thousand years iigo by the EgyptiansThe bus received jio small amount of attention of lute by reason of the fact that it is lIelkY to become very scarce At present ii may be obtained from the leadng shops in small tubes at varying prices which are constantly increasing imimucii ii3 the SUpply of munilnes is all the time j decreasing True there arc a num ber of mummies still to be found in the land of the Pharaoh but tine beautiful brown paint that artists love so wel can only be made from those bodies preserved 2000 to 3000 years ago when the art of embalming was carried to ts highest When a body was embalmed it was titter other processes coated with bitu men and subjected to a moderate neat j greatnage of tbd bitumen 2500 to 3000 years has produced a substance which I is undoubtedly far superior to the mod factdclearly recognized by the leading painters of the day bodyeby inclosing it Is an inner and outer case the outer one being Just a plain cedar shell Drill Uio inner one ulgaly ornamented The higher the rank of tile person the greater tho ornumen toeread from the figures and signs on tnese coverings who and what tine in helddwithdhundreds of yards of bandages about three yards bag and five inches wide Before tne corpse was bound np various prweejics were gone trough Tne body coats thin toacdk jn bhu mon bound up in its inultl dlous wrappngs und placed in the shell This method of embalming ntnnim bodies was in vogue In Egypt 4000 years B C In literature Is tnat of the- patriaro4Jacob while we read of tine being thus prepared and transported out of Egypt Some idea of the extent to which the art was practiced by tho ancient Egypti ans may be gauged from the fact tout la the case of wealthy and notable personage two or tree mouths was occupied in the wor k Bo effectual were these processes that after 200ft and 3000 years the scles of the feet are still elastic and soft to the touch It has been con puted that since the practice Will Instituted In 4000 B C down to 70u A D When it practically ceased probabl as many as 730000000 bodies were em bajmed in Egypt of which ninny millions are yet concealed The art deri ved Its origin from the idea twit I the preservation of the body was ne i cessary for tne return of the soul to the human form after it had mmi pleted its cyce of existence of 3000 to 10000 years A mummy varies very rnuen In price You might pick up one for 25 oriyou might have to pray ns high aa 30I for one They are getting dearer nil tile time inasmuch as their exportation is prohibited by tho Egyptian government and to obtain them it s neccfesnry lit procure them from a dealer Capt William lethiculller is said to have brought the first Egyptian taunt my to Engand in the year 1722IA wlelknown authority declares thai one mummy yields material that wllI form the basis of a pigment In quantity sufficient to last four orlive yeaIllt As the supply of highcl sa mummies is now very limited there is likely to be a shortage Jn the near fulureI and aordlngly it would appear that before long pictures and pprtralJB adorned with the genuine mummy pigment will bo an expensive lururyI The Horse that Pulls on His BItt Itls claimed by ono who hub1 tried It that tt driving horse that pulls on ijth1 bit can be cured by ftietoning It small ring on each ado of thq brittle t i I J- l snap thclinintotTorigs nt the brow band Tilts wlin a common jolt ed putfeelglider nliuosL nil oircunlxtdnccs It ciuj bo used nII fits fiorae In double team or oti hOI nt desired l is f fap raid tilly tippliod mid i VJDI Dnmolrat For Sore Feet I have found Uucklens Arnica Salvo to be the proper thing to use for sore feet ns well as for healing burns sores cuts and nil manner of abrasions writes lrV Stone of East Poland Alpine It Is the proper thing too for plies Try It Sold under guarantee at all druggists 25c ml How to Raise a Barn- A farmer nryir Gollad had a novel experience A few years ago he built a small bum and in the construction used green wi lOW posts nt tae corners and along the aides Fon some time nojilng unusual was noticed but utter n year ho sin tst woe lit had laid the floor near the ground it was 3 feet above toll lln discovered that tho wllow posts Instead of be rooteand were growing In their upward movement they had carried tile barn along Last spring ti y tnni was on stilts 9 fret nigh IBId ho put In a iifw Ilea and surrounded Uq post wtn siding thoieby makjng n twostor affair There Is now u space of 9 In ches between tile foor and tnu ground and the owner expects to jiuve JI tliree story burn in tio course of time Gollad Tex Guard Notice to All Interested It having been ordered by tho Ohio county Union of the A S of E at its last meeting that we act as re vivers reorganizers and organizers of locals we desirre to state that any community or local desiring our ser vices may procure lama by arranging for a meeting and giving us a weeks notice- S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPres Sheriffs Sale The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Ohio county greeting We command you that you expose to sale the estate of Annie Maden B A Mudcn and W R JIaden towit A tract of land lying In Ohio county Beginzingbanks of Halls creek about 2ii poles In a straight line nhove i I mouth of said creek thence S 19 W 79 poles to a stone In the neighborhood road and with same N OS W19 poles and 10 links to a stoue thence S74 W 154 poles to a stood on Rough river thence up the same with its meanders binding on low water ninth to the mouth of Halls creel and up the same with its meanders to the beginning containing 211 acres be the same more or less Being the same land convey ed by V1 Maden and wife to Bi L Maden deceased of date December 10th 1895 which according to our cqmmands you have tatfen into your hands and which still remains in your hands unsold as you have cer titled to the Judge of our Oiilo Circuit Court to satisfy the Huber Manufac Company tits sum of one thousand five nuiidred and twent atltneuntil paid Also tle iuin of 9160 which III Ute same Court was adjudged to Plaintiff for Its costs in that beta if expended whereof tho Huber Manufacturing Company heath recovered Execution against the said Annie Maden II A Maden nail W R Mn don ny virtue of a Judgment of the Ohio Circuit Court and that you have the said sums of money before the Judge of our said Court at the Court- House in Hartford Ky on November 14th next to satisfy tile said plaintiff Its debt interest and cost aforesaid writIliS of our said Court at tho Court House aforesaid this 23rd clay of Sept 108 and In the year of tho Commonwealth Credited by 63000 June 27 1908 Attest E G BARRASS Clerk by S L WOERNER Deputy Clerk NOW THEREFORE I R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio county or one of my deputies will pursuant to the foregoing Vendl expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door In Hartford Ky on Monday the 2nd day of November 1908 at about one oclock p m iio inter ests of defendants Atinle Muden B A MWden and W R Maden in and the foregoing described tract or parcel of land or so much thereof as may be neessary to satisfy plaintiffs The Huber Manufacturing Com pany debt interest and cost Said sale will be made upon a credit of three mouths tile purchaser being requited to execute bond immediately after stile for the amount of the purchase price with goodand sufficient surety bearing interest front date Wltnl Jsmyhal1d as Sheriff of Ohio 1t r I 1 I duoijor PER CENT ItrpaUItrsS ksammui1stf arfi Ft s lIrSSbcrafDJDe ta- lNOTNARCOTIC lkjr tilL lQtBD i sra1tIII tarsl A rt SoIK lKliih 3aJk1LOSSOPSLEUNEW j 11 tcopy of wn 4 cAsioRlAInfants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Tea oaerwaernav ear voaa CITY I OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RETUBtocwf and Louisville Herald13TH- ERBPUBLKABT and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE RBPUBLCCAJU and Home and Farm 12P THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotte and Coemoplitan 325 THE iElBPDBLCcAK and Twicea Week OwensboroInquirer 175 THE tKiHPUBiicAiii and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE JREPUBLKA2T and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLKAH and National Magazine 150 THE JREPUguour and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUSU UB and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29YEARSi Of Honest Business Reputation = lis Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT = SOLD BY US fJtl tiED MISCHEL SONS WI L- tfl PROPRIETORS== Owesnfcoro Monumental Works E CIi 412 4M B JtehlSt Yards 21426218 Clay St ltfl CIi OWENSBORO KENTUCKY CIi 49 GetOurParices and We Guarantee to Save You fr = Moses OB All Good Honest Work = 5 W ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We can suit the most particular man Come over to our plao ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting for you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean Ir dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way I f CLUB RTE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUM I i a Hartford F a i c M BARNETT EDITOR =E iP30noSCurAb lanc402t-c Ch 21r 73a PJUDAY OCfIQilER3 REPUBLICAN TICKET For President IIOX WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Distt DR DAVID W CADDIE of La Rue CountyI Only one more Issue before Taft elected President hiI It looks as t grlacb Is mollt uncertain than IndianaIOUle James t tuck and has returned to help boast r up a waning cause It Is just w well for We Democrats to do their crowing before we election In fact unless Lucy do it now there will be no opportunity We never felt very saugulne lat Kentucky would Il for Taft un- Mr tit Bryan came lie never falls produce a hepublicau victury Wl1l1n he speaks In Kentucky For the first time to twelve years the Republcau ticket headed by tile log ItUL will appear first on ballot at tae cowing election It tillI be easy to flLd find no one make a mistake by luoktag further fur II place to put the X An effort is being made w drtg tJe American Society of lgwty Into pot tics It should nut bt permltte Nothing could more surely kill the s- ciety and nothing would be so Pleas to the rToLaccQ Trusts audto t trust welch are seeking to keep down tae prices of farm products Mr TaUs explanation of his labor record should be sutisfuetory to ever union labor man In the United Stute got only dId te not seek to dlstm union labor but It nas been shoHu th his decisions hMe been made tile bulwark for union labor In all the litigation which nas taken pitied bejt- ween eUlllotr and employee for the i I past twenty years 1torchance to win over Mr Johnson Dr Caddie Is a man of splendid ubilit and would make a creditable repreSi- ntathe in the halls of Congress He will address time voters of Ohio coun- n at Hartford next Monday Every factory In full operat1on and every ieUllloee working on full tim Q I at the highest possible American wa s is what the American farmer sl10uldI most desire Do not cast for a candidate for rellldent who proposes free trade or a tariff tor revenue ouly which eve only rlult in closed factories unemployed hibori ersta reduced market for the farm products and JelltUllI low price- with no chance to tell ut reduce d pricesI IItewof editorial wafter In Wlllch the Re Publican was impersonated but to which It attouhpted no Sort of reply If the Herald will take the trouble to look up the back uunmber of this paper It will find that we dId reply with something over two column In wnlch the Herold was directly UnIi personated find to wllh It has yet replied or offend the tiUgbttIit explanation I In hisPpcedi t the courthouse last Saturday Captain W T EIU took several ttt tile tobacco trust It will Lu remembered taut wtceu Uwt American Societyy of Equity WI fart organized in Ihtvlras Cuntr to fight I1azaUon claiming that It would ho Ii failure rind that other fields for grow ting tobacco would Lo opened to tbe detriment of Keutuck That spttcne woud not look well in print along sldtof the one made here Saturday li- au i effort to catch the farmers vote YOI llranIlast Saturday Capt W r Ellis wade t u bitter attack upon Andrew Carnegie I und made gtcat sport ot ills gifts w- pybllc libraries church organs etc sic wid tilt lie could not bean tot hear the strains ot Nearer My God i Tb Thee pnyed upon one ot these church organs purchasdd Wlll1 Carnet gin money A devout church member who beard the Captain made tho Te r murk that unlesu lie had greatly i changed since he knew bun he was- I i t t4 l Jf j jutnnegla money nit nqY liftert i ndof money Z7te recent intnlc through whIch i have passed was but a zephyr comps ed with the Clneltud panic of 1893j and came after ten yern ot i dented rrospePlty jets was f utun- pahlc The panic ot 1893 was caul- by hard times produced by low wuge or wages nt all low prices fIt farm Products with no sales evon low prices Toero Is no congar between the two periods The r one being purely u Money scare rue laboring mail who suffers himself to hoodwinked through tae belef panic is ns bad or worso than tileI ot fifteen years ago andlone CllstsI vote for air IIryap will to exclaim Oh what n difference ill tIO i mornIng should Bryan be actuu elected presIdentIline moeratic Committee met h Monday In Owensboro und de dared Judge Dlrkhetd und Com i monwealtns Attorney lieu D Ring tile nominees of the D mocnttle party for another term Xo effort w made by the Hartford Herald ILL Hancock Clarion to excure a nonpart son ticket for these two of flees In conformity to the argument Some mont Js a- We presume their Idea Is have the Republicans emhdurse two de mocruts with nothing in return TillS is in keeping with tile old story to the hunter Wao proposed w divide uLeIO turkey and buzzard witH Ills lIIMllel You take the Luzzrd lId Ill III i the turkey or IP take tae turkey arid OU take tile buzzard See The Frankfort Journal liat IVhenever tIle Republicans get h + pressed they trot out Ilat old Pulit cal corpse Simon Dovhcr Buclnher and the Hartford Herald qUrttes It at says It Is very truly saltl 11h IIi do the old 1nfedlnlte soldiers of 0 1count think of a slur like it isI thrown at the gallant old Confederate I GEIIIIIon name the soldier statesman and citizen Hejed ws elected Governor of Kentucky bY the Democracy and Is the only man with whom the have ever tacit r bl e to defeat Senator W O Bradley f n 11this State Yet In his old age hu nil s pcrutltteatd expels own Ing referred to br such n sheet as to e POUTIICALd Herald cnlmes In me too aliiIsortstlpned too closely about a he always falls back on the titatomentl that he has never had an oPPortunity to try say ot them He was feu years a member ot Congress the Country had a Democratic presl1 dent and both houses of Congress were Democratlc What does the records show he over dId or attempted to do tIbring about any of the blessings Whlchl he no claims to hold In tile hollow of hIs hand Xothlngabsolutely notbIling except to vote for tile 1191son bill widen put tile whole coon try on crutches for four years chs Ing down every factory brougntfarn products to too lowest prices CVO metamarching acrosss the country In Cozie- army C1r Bryan failed to t o anything iwhen lie had the chalice an he could do nothing then ua could be do In the WDlt House nows A dlflllic1cfrnlHlrd town to tle i Jurlfr Journal Tuesday announce d that lien Jolnsons colored Deinoerittit- s dub one hundred strong would go to Iuufstille on tae slleclal trllln with tne white Democrats to take part In trlgltIH011l11ETiE a I I negro had crept into Il Demo et ale part+ de In Kentucky It- V would have broken up tint uaiho Iarace If It Dad been five i C mllls long A few years ngu WIIIl r- arade t in honor of Governor Ileckhu- t tit II Was moving through tile Streets uf Hartford a Ilemocratc negro ye led IIIhat was a WlltO mans party Now a they are seeking too negro vote feast ver they think ml ey have UU oppur to eaten t it possum raters and all tine i Illat1fOrln thateI ile constitutions ot nlmoEt all the southern states In view of this the negro who is fooled Into s6tlntl tHe Democratic ticket this year deserves receive tile same treatment which thtY tae been accorded iq 311sstsgippS Louisiana and Alabama Bud tunics are lutelllpting totfn upon or them Iu West Virginia Notwithstanding a Prealdeutial ton test le being waged with more or less fierceness throughout tte tifotJo slatarof New York Is t1te polsttidet eut l4 tle presideItialrI race In New York It Is different T Issue there ill moral ether than political one TIe admluistrattoi- mcjgovernor of pfughes wJo Is u candfihHt for reeJection iota been particukr displeasing to the race track gamble 111 tlUfiS and wtskey meu Govern or tugnes iaaugurxed no spasmodic Sub IUdR closing nor otter appeal to T l Nrubble ixty morcemtnt but udmhs tored thl 1 of tie mate la a tII niugrtrbabuses that sHocked Ue moral ElINC of the great body ot people l e r suit Is teat every lawlesselement the state is qgtfnst him It Is a fair presumptolt tats n large Jnl4jorl- I ty of Stay Yorks citizens endorsed t conduct of tile dlstlpgulshed govern- ill or ju reMmlnlng flagrant vice und It w stbe fntercEttig to see If ice good ci izees of the state wn allow part tm dltlon to turn over 4hje ndtnialstrntf of business affairs to the boldest gnu hg of rascals that ever corrupted tlo- WI morals of the Comtnonwenlta In t state contest we beieve ha Iother vicious and crimillal demon been arrayed under the standard of- Ir teI0IIIges maS jopposed gambling f1t the races t race track amblers Wok upr tin op- of enj flSat on te governor and mticrulti theIr ranks all law breakers the state the issue Is made wholly moral ouennd tte result will seat tbe virtue of New Yorls cltlzenslp- It Hughes wIns us present ludicatto I lire that ice will he will loom UII has a Prestdenifal Possibility of large 1ljlllOIJOrtlons IInd If Ie looses the rouu fined whl righteous Idlgnutlou air Bryan and the Farmer o- ylira ilrynnHello you ere a farm cr believe FnJmerYl6 I rim tl farmer woat you tlr D0 I lun u candidate for president and want every lieu son of toll to vote for meIMr F How long have you been a candidate lit BWell J have only been an active Cllllddllte for nbount tWeh rears i lira FWhat do you stand for Mr II0 almost that is 61IIt1Ito n Railroadlam tt s i that do not contribute to m campaign fund Mr FThat is might taking jUlt Imagine the government printing 1- jbacks and dlstrlbuting them to all of I WlJ1ILetter to the way of eelitmoney In banks and sometime tb bank breaks and tile depositors looseIout under this plan tile pals the loss I Mr PThls do look good but e I to think I alnt got no bank dcposts1 LllSt fall I sold my hogs for 5Q SgoorkI 118 on Skaggss lIB andI Dill Jones the brick man was about navetn u1 good men you know J kinder believe lu helping barn burner II- nstead of depositing in banks for clthem to get up Il cornier on mone- t y 1t1t dont belong to them IIka wey did lust fxl by your plan Mr Dryat- It t those men break thlq do I coin II r BNow to ho ihouesi with youl tlldtmt think of your class had the tact Is I was so busy at Den on trying to Please tile Xigger and Mr Watterson and the Standard Ol- ompany I and Torn Tuggar and Hus- t kel Sullivan rind predatory wealth that clear forgot you Cunt you I this time any lion J cwthu antalug for two years no how Mtnllliss good flS every other dollar punish niterelters and fraudulent bmtnkers- Tuis seems to me atlCar us noel t Sam ought to go in tho insurance bu8 Iness and further your scheme faiLs protit those Iu legitimate business Eakin- the same surety tee bankers are gla to getjB Fltr r cant Ou cowP1IY platforhelpsr1 acceptance Is a model oa iI s 111w l tis1asI v I r or platform OU fl m it hides ill jaC J hue orerruid 1nnyWA6 or ut tiny Unto Orl flrulers aught ooppose we eziratgunce of tits government rind deuutnd thE dismissal of x kit ot needless atilt ere appoirlcd by Mr R908- lll Ielt f1Jd too myucauxpansluu- tt Mr FStop Were Dar cibdldntc I j know there is lots ot offices but where to ISib to disumiPS Is kc quu- lYlnon I live Blur miles In the roullt11 i and there is Il oleo intelligent youog IoWcer comes to my door every W1 except Sunday wph my mall and I there are thirty or forty tOUS1111I jUti like him au farmers wont do u lt outI another army over In Pcnam digging na ditch you may i 11 htard of we I Southeni people wont let V1cm be bothered till trey get done You- IHI speak of expansion flint is a good just tnlik rt tie vuEtJarmny In lIler lOlnDlerclnl center ot trade seek to exraLld tl r interest of mine I workFhoil and farm Yes the farmer has a land case of expansion Hogs tilbuve expanded ffflll1 three rens to six cents veal hrut three Cents to sJx cctlEtimule colts from =2500 to fG000 corn from o cents to one dol tar and everything III pruloriton- co If You are still runnIng In 1912 or 191- 1ve G I but noW tsIkit SEED fS1 One Studio Camera S by 10 cherry finish metal brass Bauch and Lom rectilinear lens iris diaphragm Band L Shutter speed b F Burko ho1nld t 1- 11O K ROWE Centertown KY I It Among the Lodges C M Crowe Master of Hartford Lodge No G5 J A M and Hfg rllst of KeyPiuue Cia ptcr7 Xo 11 attendlllg toe Grand Lodge an IlK week Chapter meetng at ouiIe jTLe regular meeting of Hartford Xo Gb F g hall Wllti held Monday night at the Mall Tile beet lug was UII InterestIng one though oil- d by routine business was transacts Bro J P Sanderfur from the com ntittee appointed sometime ago to rats e funds for the od Masons some reo ported that fie had secured and fore warded ZjOOO and lIe presented nicely framed certiflcate from the of facers of the home giving Hnrtfon Lodge n life membership In toe home The Rough RJver Lodge No 11014 P held a well attended session Tuesday night at the tmall One applicant was elected to take the ranks The yllodge presented rt beautiful Seth Thorn to Knight J d lien and one IllS Knight B ITaylor who have re become benedicts This Is along established custom ot Roug- flyer Mudge The presentation speech was by Knlght Jonn B WUron and was well timed and In an Impressive Taytmanner Rough River Lodge expects to have work at each meeting night wintereLet t e old members reo new the habit ot attending lodge and got their fraternal sprllt renewed Notice in Bankrupt In the district court ot too United 15tatea for the Western district ot Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of John A St Clai Bankrupt To the creditors of John A S Clair ot Cenlet town in Vie count u bathkruptsNotice Is hereby given that on Ute tilt dory of October A D 1908 tle said Jolm A St Clair was duly ad judlcated n banltrept and that the first meetIng of creditors will he held at- rPe haw office of J A Dean In Ow enslJoro Kentucky ou the 31St do atewhich time the said creditors may at tend prove their claims appoint a trustee xamlne the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptc Owensboro Ky October 201h1708 forthrie Edison Phonograph und Records for amplett stock of each at all times will 0160 furnish any part or repairs lb any kInd ot repairing Crowds attend my tree exhibition o fHBryan Taft and other records every day Come today liS Its the talk ot the town Genuine Edison Phonographs with the new blb horn at i250 and x250 0 and up on terms ofLOO a week eachdJewelbusiness NOTIC ILast call for taxes until cost c is added so dont failI to get your receipt d saYe all costs and penalties tI Respectfully ai iJfJf Y A VILLAG HOME 1f rt I WHere PeruniJ Is Used As Itn AIIR und Reliable family Medicine There Jtr Thousands 0 Similar Homes In l Which Pg runl h Being fred iVith Me Pt Same Excellurt RemI L oulitalDllle Pa Fab181002 s n lIarttngn lt D hoar SIr I have been thInking of writing to you for some time to let you know what Peruna c Id for m- eI rmn LT years old I lost my health stcopt six or seven years ago I first IULII dyspepsia nud employed dlaerent duelersLaayeaeIiajnredonaofmskidneye I had one of the best doctors for that 110 nit mo to bed not to move for two works I slowly recovered but was so weak niprostrated that could walk but a 1 dttance lu fact I had to keep quit I tokseveral remedIes but obtained nrdief 1 also had catarrh in some forma My wUe advised ate to take Perutta- t stud It Is with pleasuro that I can say that by taking ono and onehalf bottle teeldto you II I enjoy life again My wlCo has also been taking your Peruna for asthma and it helps to reo llosa her Wo keep your Peruna in the house constantly AgAin I say I thank you for Peruna Sincerely yours PHILIP KRATZ Fottntafnville Plio Nov 91903 Dr S n Hartman Dear Sir I have good health now and your valuable medicine gave me good 1health I have had no doctor for some ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Esq RepreIsentaUvethe Republican prImary election cember 5 1908 DeI FOR COUNTY JUDGE announcena toelection to the position of Judge of beOhIo County subject to the Republl I 1908 are authorized to announce JUWeWade of FordsvUle a candidate for Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December G 1908 We arc authorized to announce Judge R R Wedding of West Hart ford precinct a candidate Judge of Ohio county subject to the Repub- l1cnn Primary election December G 1908 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce E Bnrrass a candidate for reelection rto the office of Circuit Court Clerk RepubL I 1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs precinct a candIdate for County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Deceut herb 190x WYUon to the posItion of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December 5 1908 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precInct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December b 190S- We are authorized to announce S A Anderson ot West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republlcnn Primary election DeCem- ber 6 1908 FOR SHERIFF We nrym authorized to announce T Black ot West Hartford precinct a candidate for Sheriff or OhIo Cotta ty subject to the Republican Primary election December b 1908 Weare authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph prfclct a candI- date for Sheriff of Ohio County sub ject to the Republican Primary eleo Lion December 61908 We are authorized to announce sA Bratcher of Point Pleasant pre clncta candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject tothe Republican PrImary electlol December x1908 We are authorized to announce T- IL Benton ofCentertown precinct a candidate loll Sli tfff of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary eeetlon Jamkcr 61908- nRORi ASSESSOR pDavisSOl of Ohio County subject to the tiII IIir L I time ns I do not need any WbeaI take cold I take Peruna and in a bon subjecti 4 time and she has had no need for a doe tor for some time With many thank for your medicine we remain Sincerely yours PHILIP KRATZ FountalnvUJo Plio April 181000 DrS B Hartman tar Sir We have Peruna in the houso all the time and when we thInk wo need It we take it We are about sixty years old and have not called a doctor to our place for some years We go out in all kinds of weather and sometimes when we go on a trip we take Peruna along A preventive 1better than a cure That has been our experienceI health some years ago and when I found your medicine I hIt the right thing We both thank you for your good medicine Sincerely yours PHILIP KRATZ Witness to Signatures Do1leetownMr Phlllp Kratz for 25 years I know him to he an honorable and useful clUeIf zen He In my presence signed the above statements concerning Peruse which I have every reason to belley are true In aU particulars aUJNED JOHN DONNELLY E8Q Republican Primary election December G 1909- We are authorized to announce Bernard Felix a candidate fQr Asses sor of Ohio county subject to the Re tpublican primary election December 6 1908We are authorized toRnnounc JA Greer as a candidate for Assessor subject to tlJ Republican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce Jerome Allen a candldiiie for the office of Assessor ot Ohip county sub ject to the Republican primary elec tion December b 1908 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT HalleySuperintendentthe Republican Primary election De cember 6 1908 We are authorized to announce Hen ry Leach ot Cromwell preclnctB candidate for County School SUllerlnte dent subject to the Republican prima ry election December 5 1908 FOR JAIIIER- We are authrolzed to announce W reelectionforthe action of the Republican primary eecUon December b 1908 WRfcinet a candidate for Jailer of OhIo county subject to the Republican primary election December 6 1908IFOR CORONER We are authorized to announce Dan ofOhioprimary election December 5 J908 FOR MAGlSTRAflE We are authorized to announce John M Graham a candidate for Magistrate In the third Magisterial district of Ohio County subject tQ the Republican Primary election December b 1908 hnuounctMuckfor the office of rnglstrlltll In the subjecttoDecember b 1908 Jearldldato tor Maglstrato In the Cent r tothecember5 1908 We are authorized ro nnnounce T oftlceofIsterlat district subject to the Re Publlcan primary election December 5I19081Ve j are uthorliMjnnhounce Esqii C 1WejRepublicandon December tIr tbRepublan i t I HJ ter pAi cx sIt The news that now interests the La4 dies most is not whether Bryan or Taft WIll wins but Where can 1 buy the latest style Cloak at the lowest price I TO do to con it a if a at in no is 1 Republican I FRIDAY OCTOIDER 23 Table Norll8n Nnnlh Honun No18Sdue405ain No 181dne1181s- mNo1Jdaell80pm No liadne4Spm- ito104dn18pm Buy Office at Avd save charges We Beep INK PENS OILS CARBON t DESK TRAYS LEN ER FILES JPENCILTADLETS FASTENERS I WILLOW nUD DEn BANDS ERASERS LIBRARY PASTE PAPERS PENS CILS OF ALL KINDS CLIPS FINE FOUNTAIN IEN WRITING FLUID SUIT AND A GRFILT VARIETY OF OTHER THINGS With each 100 purchase we gIve a nice school bag Pure fresh drugs compounded by a skillful chemist l f HARTVORD GO Incorporatedr i now at Carson Cos = For fali wearing apparel see Carson- x Co if A Jtlft1hJ a Wedding Suit call on Car SOD Co n rTyM Iter Carbon can be had at this q Tice nlatFntrs 10 and f 16 None higher 11 1000mt UitMt bltt rodbJ1 gt basin town several days Iasrweek 1 Katherine Is visii- tJag if1cftg Neid New 19efJ 1 nsI it H 4rtlrf i11 We to an nounce to the ladies of county it comes to Cloaks we are winners We have the selection the stylesl the qualItIes the prices This combina tion makes us beyond question the CLOAK people of county YOU DONT HAVE BUY We however wish show you this splen did line and will favor you will call and give us chance this pleasure j- Our Childrens Cloaks Cloth Bear Skin and Plushes have equals for beauty andwear any shade any price tlOur motto Customers Pleased R 0 Hartford IlinolsCentral RallroadTlme No181dat62pm- r Supplies Homed transportation lIiUClI1AGE- o TYPEWRITER ROUNDHEAD WASTEUASKEYrS ENVELOPES WRAPPERS DRUG Everything MoCnUPtitt NjJnulterofH Foreman frtendssand rofatJypdsi M1I desire Ohio that when rIght Ohio sider nC Gloves that last long at a short prlceiO at Carson Cos For H J Hlnzs pure cldar vinegar call on U S Carson 10 years old Every taste and every purse rinds satisfaction here CARSON CO Schroeters Studio over Re pUblican offic I will pay 18e for eggs until fur ther notice 7tt JAMES LYONS Come to us when you want your heaping moneys worth CARSON CO Dr S J Wedding returned from a business trip to Owensboro Wednesday Mr E L Du11lnglon has gone to Roswell New Mexico on al prospect fag tour It you are In need of a new Car pet Matting or Furniture call on Carson Ca Painstaking Sales ladles at Fairs w give you Information regarding you Fall outfit blggesC in town Fairs silk ITbe us Goods Department Call Rush night and day In Fairs Millinery parlor Why prices and styles explaIn IL Dont worry about your headgear come to Pairs New Millinery com Ing In verrday That fell hat ot yours It bought from Barnard Co will look better I and please you longer lAnything you want lilt Ladles Mlssr and children cloaks at Fairs PrIces right Call and see us Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour lit Miss Nancy Smith of FOrdsvllle line returned home after visiting bliss WU1ye ASmltfi tr several days IJolr Joe F Henderson NlIShvllle Tenn attended the SmithBennett wedding ahdieturled home Friday No crone po tiUtsTno sewing or dickering but a houso full of new goods at tli rlghtophiees thats all 1tFalr8 I 1 s AfrGoy DgttpeitMapater of- Ithe Cumberland TelephonoCompany at rankllli La l at homeIr r a week or s6h1ldgitegWorhts parents Mk iandIM J C 1 Bennett Small l hous t 1- r1 I i 4l f It It Is cholco fresh groceries you want go direct to Ue S CarSons It will pay you tQlnvestfSate lsprices andAgood s Before purChasing We are receiving new hoods dally CARSON CO An extraordinary Hat for three or dinary dollars CARSON CO Boys are boys but they want our Neckwear at bOc CARSON CO Talk aboutClouks YoUan have- no Idea of styles until you see Fairs line Patrician a shoe that fits a wearer unexcelled for style No equal found only at Fairs Hon J E Fogle returned Wcdnl2I day from n visit to his old come 7n Liberty Casey county Mr George Llowellyn wiio fins been living here for the past fowyears has moved to OwenslJoroIDont be persuaded to buy your fall cloaks until you have investigated Fairs styles and prices Fairs extend to the teachers or Ohio county a special invitation to visit them during the Institute Esq Gi w Martin Croniwol and Mr TJiomas KeowlIloordvUle wer among our callers Monday Cloaks and JacltetstM 1908 model Semifitted backIs the thlngJut goods store at Barnard Cos Mrs J H Nave and Mrs C W Hud son of Owensboro who have been In Hartford several days returned 1 omn Friday Dr Joe Ferguson returned to hop ldnsvllte Thursday nIght lifter attend lag the SmIthBennctt wedding last week New lot of Clothing for Boys ulld young Men JUt arrived Newes shapes and colors The tit It perfect BARNARD CO Miss Dena Woodward fins returned to Beaver Dam after spending sever ul days In town with friends und rela tives Mr J E Maddox of Rockport who has been the SIH titof us son II- ICilerry Valley Arkansas ins returned home Mr J C Berry who has been In the PilllllllJlncs for the last tWo years Ii expected to arrive In Hartford some time thIs week me pcarI broonh host by Mrs Z Wayne Griffin and which was udve Used last week has been found and returned to Mrs OrUfln Miss Florence Norris has returned w her hpme at WhltSvllle utter spending several days the guest of Mr T J Smith and famiy No finer lotof Cut GlaSs and Silverware suitable for wedding presents was ever brought to a place as small as Hartford as Is now on display at J B TnlJ1Jlms Jewelry Store Underwear that outwears all other kinds is the sort we are selling We have it for shorts and 1111 sUm and stout at 25c to 100 per garment CARSON CO We desire In view of some questions directed to us to say that the write up whlchw a have been giving of thoR epublkitn candidates JII paid mutter and In no way Indicates tide support or choice of Will paper tr E L Dupuy Cashier Rockport Deposit Dank htlll resigned to accept a better position in the same business In Arkansas Mr Dupuy Is nn ox- cellent business JUan and his depar ture will bo a disUnrt loss to tin county Mr Walter Wallace and Miss Myrtle Jones both of tub Bedtl neighborhood were married yesterday evening ut the residence of Officer Ambrose on Hathwny street In OWclJhborq Rov- W P Gordon performing tho cere- utotly They will return to Beda today where they will malw their future homeS Notwltilstondlng tho extreme dry weather the pool abovo tllo old 0lill dam Is furnishing plenty of water for the boats which arc bringing down the rock from the crusher wIth which to costruct the plko rOad and rapid progress Is being made It Is thought tine work will ho completed within three weeks if the good weather continues Mrs M M lfdwell William Mines ycsteJdaYIafternoon ladles were present andenJoy ed theoccasIon very inuch Those who attended rom Hartford were Mesdames R E Simmerman Z Wayne Griffin fooker Williams E D Pendeton Collins H PTuylor and blind Mkuy Taylor Never in the history of The Republican have we had such a rush of work ns at present Wo hays the Ohio County Baptist A wllutes election ballots eapfdate work and- stationary Wo 1tO uYolking a full- forccof wen andte tlt those vho have doltn h W tq rcanpe dllt w- esu the bt a- good debfworkt whiciias the rneh sh si apprecIated by ihe hub lIetIj I AI 1 t ls II I ill V G Bartlett North Hartfordf vlu In Owon6bolo Saturday and Sun Ldit D E Thomas Is speuding a few days lit Dawson Springs foil the benefit of his iiealth AuburnIKyC Crows tills week tIr8 G n Ltclfnh and A C- Yelser attended tuu IIrun rodp lon lit Louisville Tuesday even ug- Fulrs mess department is fulL of choice styles hr suits overcoats late stylo lInts Shirts Noekwear etc Why pay fancy prices for cloaks when Fairs lire sliowiug the correct IItyes at most reasonable figures Dont be a back number Buy one ot those swell Cloaks or Jackets at lJa nard Cos The fit and style Is superb lfrs S Tla1u tterctJstordi for flatiron Kytobe wIth her broti- or who Is very ill und not expected to recover madebyyoung mens owjBARXAfiO Mr John T Moore Casnler of the lktiik of Hartford attended the wed ding of his brother W O Moore Ill Louisville Wednesday Mr John P Taylor left touday for St John Kansas where he will- spend several days visiting nIb uncle Mr Howard Gray and family Dr William horernnn is In IIh visiting friends and will go to Ihtldatewll In a few days for II protracted visitto relatives and friends there We are paying lSc per dozen for Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest prices U SCHROADER CO Mi Harlan Tlchcnor inns purchased MrRaymond Phllips farm In the Ueda neighborhood Mr PJIIIIJps who will- give posseisori to first of next mouth tails n lll1 g n Hartford We dont usually do things by halves but Null excuse us this time klesslwardocors and patterns Ilt Cursotl Cos Mrs 11hry IHllihrd widow ofThoni its Ilililard died ut her home at Ash e x C Monday Mrs Hilliard- wasra Mister of Jlra Maggie GrIffin ot Hhrtford turd Mrs Griffin has the lcllortllcto1Mr Simon Stephens of Render who has been Isltlriir his old home is South IVales foa alte past five months nay returned homc7Hie Was accom ianied tn1his ICtnrii by his cousin Miss Tlllio Plummer wino will spend the winter tit this country Rev John M UIfllcn of Ealington Ky will preach at Greenville Thursday night October 29 Cerulvo Friday r1Jgh Cctotcr 30 Dud lit Lone Star Saturday night Oc ober a nod rot the same place Sunday November 1 Bro Burden nuns born and reared In this county near Roslne- Mr Cecil Carson of liedt and Miss Geneva Rlllh of tie Baruetts Creek neighborhood sUlillcd taelr friends Sundny by eloping to Rockport lad where they were married These wire popular young people who have a large circle of friends win wish them a lung and happy life forest fires are raging In the bot toms Northwest or town and considerable damage Is being dome Wedues day a teamn house Oil the farm of Mr rUorfhUn rim Ill tvns hlllned besides It lot or JlltIg TIle Piro Is rapidly sprendhig and as dry IIi everything It It seouns impussihle tu stop It Hon Z T Proctor of leltcnClcldi addressed ti fair sized audlenco atI the tourr house Tuesday nIght In Interest or Taft and Sherman lit Prectora unto lS Tuesday afternoon but tile Qnnouucemen was not received In time to advertise hll1 So the date wascluuged to urn evening and for the short time hihJc to advertise the speaker the audience nuts a representivo cue Mr Proctor Is a forceful speaker and pleased his hearers making a dignified and strong argument for Republican prin uipktiIn tll insue of tie Republican will be found tile tuinouacetneat of- Esq B S Chamberlain of Nllcrcek as a candidate for the nomination for Mhglstrtito In the Duford Magisterial distrIct suhejct to the will of the Ra- iubiicausl lit the prrnary election to be held December 5 1908 otr Chanr- Norlafn comes from one or the oldest and best families 4a the county and Is noted for his trtlgIlUlllOncsty and integrity He Is at prpseat a member or tho JcsatCourtwblch polsflon he has filled uvlth credit to himself and Jo tlia satisfaction of concerned He iisks on indorsement nt the bands of his friends to which ho thinks entitle Smart Styl- esiFORdSmart People Our Cloaks are right up to datenot aback number in the line Models that were never shown elsewhere except in this line Our line has not all arrived They come in sections as they are made We get only the newest stylesremember that BECOME EVERY WOMAN This season all women whether stout or andIlookhave attained instant popularity everywhere The long points on the hips attenuate the fig Colliari appears more grace ful than ever Every woman should see how well these garments become her before get ting her Fall outfit They can be seen and ob tained right here in every material and prac tically an unlimited number of patterns and designs q Now on dis- playBarnard COlt HARTFORD Lyons Special Cash Pricesl 50 pounds Best Patent Flour 150 50II II Custom II d 140 17u Best Granulated Sugar 100 19II Sea Sugar 100 10II Best Lard 135 10 Good Coffee 125 10II Navy Beans 50 8II lidney Beans 50 100 Best Pin Head Tea 75 6Oc Tea 39 25c Tea 19 We have n few cans of Breakfast Syrup on hand and in order to move them out quickly we are making special prices on these goods 75c Can Breakfast Syrup GOc 45eII U 35e 75cII O K Molasses GOc- G5c II d d u50c45cII s d u 35c 35cII d II 25e 2Qc20CThe Cash must accompany eachorder for goods quoted otherwise orders will he filled ut regular prices If you have something oel1 Insert all all In the Republican It reaches the people and will bring re- Isults A shooting scrape occurredi lasi- week at It Baptist church dedication at Millerstowu In Grayson county In wlhicl4 Slicker Sknggs shot TeU Boone Inflicting a severe wound frog which Boone may die Tho treublo arose over a game of cards The first quarterly meeting of the Hartford Circuit M E Church South will btI e1l1 Itt Llbenty Wedusday Oct 2SUI Preaching by Rev It I Hayes presiding elder at tt oclock- a m and quarterly conference at 230 p m All invited and officials urged to attend Eld R P McKInley pwor of the OhrlsUan church Beaver Dam KY will preach four discourses It WI Presbyterian Church Hartford Ky beginning Tuesday Cct27 730 p rn Everybody invited to attend Mr Ramey Ddke received a sandal wood box Tuesday tram the Philippine Islands sent by CaptWE DOn nett of theU S Army rho box Is handmade and Is tie handiwork or the natives of Bombay India It i- sA5 a thing of beauty ILlIII Is highly up preciated by Mr Duke It shirt odon Its journey asf June IiWl announce blr Jerome Allen In ofIdiitucan primary election Mr Allan was elected Coroner four years ago defeat lag II strong man on the Democratic offof Assessor il a satisfactory manner I In this issue or the Republican will be found the announcement of Esq I J H rues os t1 cundldat to surged himself ns Iusilltrntc In the Rock port Magisterial district subject to the Republlcilll primary elecUoll Dec S Esq Mlle has made a most ern dent ofrcior during his tern and no man Is better qualified or will take a greater Interest In the Fiscal affairs of Ohio county Hu had considered making the race for Road nnd Bridge Commissioner but las been prevailed upon by his many friends to servo them another tem as Magistrate and will therefore got bya candidate for Road and hrtdga Commlsslolnr 1t nominated there lb n9 doubt of Fkq- Mlles reeection i SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT The American farmers welfare Is as Important as that of wageearners or captallst The Republican party In the past twelve years has aided the farmer In agriculture and In bringing to him the conveniences of rural life Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions of our citizens and we favor Its extension until every community In the land receives the full benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of goofcountry roads maintained more and more largely at public expense less at the expense of the abutting owners In this work we commend the growing practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com mercial Industrial and agricultural Intetests are founded and the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent safe passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which If appearing in the midst of Demo cratic rule or the 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 buslnesss pros perity in all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Democratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic dereliction But ex perlence has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and control over and secure greater publicity in the mmanagement of that class corporations engaged in inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party dealares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately following the Innuguretlon 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 esabllshmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of projection at homust be ever maintained is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ of injunction should bo more accurately defined by statute and that no injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without notice except where Irreparable injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employersThe party recagnlzes the special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the interest of the great mineral industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mining We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations- We believe however that the interstate commerce law should be fur ther amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stock and bonds by interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will 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 leader ship 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 the last seS- SIon many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement of thrift The Republican party Is committed to the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment of the national monetary commission by the present congress which will Impartially investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend of the American negro We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement in letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection Und advancement of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his dlsfranohUement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerican and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be en acted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under one in which party responsibility Is divided The continuance of present policies therefore absolutely re quires the continuance in power of that party which believes in them and which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation Taft Will Make Best Chief Since Lincoln dew York Oct 201art will make our greatest President with the ex ception of Washington and Lincoln is the statement credited to President Roosevelt In un interview wnlcti IB tine leading article of Success Magazine tot OctoberIn course of the interview time President Is quoted us follows The bigness of limo job demands R man of Tafts type He Is thorough ly prepared for tiio tusk wlilcn will confront him Never line there been a candidate for the Presidency BO admirably twined In varied administra five service Then Tuft Is a thoroughly national man There Is no stronger appeal to him from the North than from the South from the West than from the East Creed and color make no difference to him He seeks to do substantial Justice to nil TJIUIUI isnt a menu steak In the nuns niaekup I sincerely believe that Tuft will make our greatest President except WllshIIngton Dog Has Wooden Leg There is a little dog out in German town Which bus been the muse of much t to4IftI all because he wears a wooden leg About a year ugo the dog which be longed to a young Judy of about five years twaq run over by a trolley car Its leg being clearly amputated at upoint about half way down The young lady was of course grlefstrlck en so her father Instead of shooting the dog us he laud at flrsfintcnded bandaged up Its leg with tho result that In time the animal recovered For a while It limped around on three legs but Its progress was very painful to behold Thn the little girls father evolved the lea of constructing a wooden leg He did this with great care and at tached it by straps so as to make it absolutely secure The dog did not ap predate the advantages ofa wooden leg Iftfrsomo time and tried hard to get It oft even going so fur as to gnaw at it vlclousyGradually how ever enlightenment came upon lilm and soon he was putting it to Its full use Now he can get around on it as well us most dogs can on the legs tent notujfe gave them but the sight la a strange one and the little girl and her dog excite mirth wherever they go Philadelphia Rec- ordOATORIABears tlif- ilgutnm dThs Kind You Hays Always Bought P YIItkf I 4 Concerning Leap Yeart I Leap year aside front the privilege it given girls of roloslhgls lit itsel an Interesting institution Time was originally reckoned by tile moon and was divided into moons each of thirty days duration Tho Egyptians made their year according to tile seasons and decreed that each year should contain 363 days divided into 12 mouths of 30 days each or a total of 360 days with five odd days luck ed on at the end oiflcncit year Tiiero were several other methods arrang ed but In all these It was found tuat the artificial year did not keep up with the natural year of seasons timid the result was u gradual shifting which would eventually for example Lave brought Christmas In the middle of summer lAnd the Fourth of July In winterJulius Caesar Inthe year 45 n C in order to make up for this descren ancy rearranged time calendar so that each yaer would consist of 365 days mind the fourth year 366 or an aver age of 365 and onequarter days for each year Now the real year con sitof 365 days 5 hours 48 minutes and CO seconds or Just 11 minutes and 10 seconds less that tile Julian calendar declared It to be O1f19TORIAlean theThe Kind You Hate Always Bond BJgulure of 11 G Mule Had a Good Memory I was at Tumpa when a negro team ster was Instantly killed by an army mule and It furnished a good Illus tration of the wonderful memory taut a mule has me negro teamster used to pound that mule unmercifully instead of using strategy and coaxing his mule into submission he used to beat it hard enough to kill a horse Well for two mouths the teamster didnt drive that mule nut the mule never forgot him He never made any attempt to InJure his nev driver who knew enough tb treat him decently Out one duy the old teamster came back The mule remembered him He Availed WitH as much docility and patience as an ox until he was harnessed and then when the old team ster was off his guard he1et fly with both heels caught Uiq negro in the pit of the stomach and stretched him out as dead us a hammer The other teamster was stan lngrlght there by him but that mule didnt make an attempt to kick him He bad jut been laying for the flow who wallop ed him two mdntlu before nnd when he had finished him he was satisfied Buffalo Horse 1rld GrassesEverwbere Grasses are widely distributed we usually think of them as existing in our temperate zones only because here we have the perennial pastures and meadows They are however to be found so far north that the soil is frozen under them during the greater part of the year while they are also common to parts of the South where the frost Is never Even the rnountal tops that are clothed with perpetual allow have just below the snow line theii4 carrels of peas that grow and bloom through a brief period every year The grosses push hard against the eternalsnowsGlobe Democrat In Old Kentucky Its up In old Kentucky Where they never have the blues Where the Captain kills the Colonel And the Colonel kills the booze Where the horses they are pretty And the women they are too Where they shoot nten just for pastime When theres nothing else to do Where the blood It flows like water And the bullets fly like hall Where every pistol has a pocket And every coat a tail Where they always hang the Jury But they never hag the tams Where you call a inannLiar And then get home if you can r Where you go out in the morning Just to give your health a chance And they bring you home at nlgitfall With the buckshot in your pants TSieifc the owls afraid to holler And the birds dont dare to sing For Its h11 In od Kentucky Where they shoot em on the wing Author Unknown Politics and the Gun A Princeton man who Is a frion of exPresident Cleveland tells good story in connection with a hint- Ing trip that Cleveland once took through the Adirondack region It appears that the former President had tin his guide un eccentric character named Ohlck Bruce k was entirely without awe In the presence of distinguished persons SURE CURE For All Disease eI- I STOMACH i tiLP LJ J so wJion ihe observed the President holding tho guu fu I entedlpfb tvoodifinnnexprewod er Hero lio exclaimed what are ye dolu sir potntlu your gun 1ft yourself in that way Cleveland nu ekly inquired UK cause of tho admonition Whats the mutter repeated the guide indignantly Dont you let thb muzzle of Unit gun point In your own direction when Im uround Suppose tho blamed thing sliouJl1 go off rrjint would put me In a nice fix wouldnt Itme a black Republican She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about 1C These painless purifiers sold at all druggists 25c m Sick Fowls among chickens result Iron ICollis usually exposure during weather and many be Indicated In different ways such as by coughing or sneezing by swelled faces watery eyes and nostrils and sometimes IS canker In the mouth In which case there Jmiy be roup A simple coldIcan be easily managed and a few days by keeping the fowls and dry Castor oil In small doses of one teaspoonful Is particularly good when poured down the throat In I cases of cankers which Is the worst form of cold or rt up more rare is necessary The sick fowls trust be immediately removed from the heal thy ones and pure water provided for them in clear dishes In which a few dropa of a tolution ofj copperas may be added occasionally feed no more hard grain mix the dough with not milk feeding It sparingly Tile diffi culty In the labor of handling the sick birds Kansas Farmer CLEAR RUN Oct 13Rev R E Fuqua began a protracted meeting at Baruetts Creek last Sunday night Mr L C Hoover and Mrs R E Fuqua is very ill at this writing The farmers are busy making mo lasses In this vicinity Several from here attended the fair at Owensboro test week Mrs Elizabeth A Stevens of near Beaver Dam Is visiting relatives here at this writing Mrs Thomas Smith and Mrs Al tha Leisure of time Washington neigh bcr mood visited Mrs L CHoover Mr McKellne Murray mHfle aTym Inesstrlpto Owensboro Monday Mr J E JJirk and wife of this pluce visited relatives at Hartford and Rochester a few days last week Mrs A E Stewart spent Sunday wit her sisterinlaw Mrs G J Stewart Mr J W Leisure and family visited Mrs Leisures parents Mr and Mrs E H Miurray Saturday night and Sun day Mrs Lizzie Travis and daughter of of Washington neighborhood were the guests of r Bill Nlcklson and ram ly of Barnetts Creek Monday night Dont Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart It is such a short step to chronic heart disease When you notice irregu larity of action occasion ing short breath palpita tion fluttering pain in chest or difficulty in lying on left side your heart needs helpa strengthen ing tonic There is no bet ter remedy than Dr Miles Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt al most at once- I have used 10 bottles of Dr Mlles Heart Cure and can truthfully say It has done me more good than anything I have ever used and 1 nearly everything that 1 know of The doctor who attended me asked ma what I was taking and i told him Dr Mlles Heart Cure he said It was not going to do me any good but It did 1 have not taken any for a year now and while there Is occasionally a ItIgetaDr MlleHeart Cure as I did before I consider myself practically cured of troubleSLivingston Texas Dr Mlleiti Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will puarantee that the will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind It 1 Quick Reliefand Cure leeSend i ache Backache Dlsurineis I 11 IU lt svh 4T Y T wc CfreotoryrOho County Circuit Court T F Blrkhead Judge Ban D Ring Attorney Oscar Mldklff J9Iler Ed 9 larraas Clerk Frank L Felix Master Commissioner VU Moae ley Trustee Jury Fund K B Martin Sheriff HarttordDeputieltS A liratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and Novembei two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tlnalcy Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene monthI the third and October Tuesdayday in October Other OfficersN Morley Surveyor Khreve S W Leach Assessor Rf RoyJatnea DdWeeseSchool Superlnten ont Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURT- SJ H Williams Beaver DamMarch N June 23 September 24 December ti W P Miller Horse BranchMarch Je- June 25 September 2J December 26 W S Lean DtmdcurMarch 27 June 26 September 28 December 27 W R Edge FordsvlllorMarch 28Jun 2 September 27 December So- D S Chamberlain Beda March X June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Ccntertown March 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 John H Mlles RockportMarch n June September 30 December 1- HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S OKennCIt Attorney S H Selbert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church Both Hervlceo secono Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 4th Snday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thrsday evening C P ChurchServices first Sundaj In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstlon Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright PalltorISchool Trustees HartfordC 21 Crowe J S Glenn W a TlnsleyC M Barnett City CouncilS JL Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Tress urer R E L Bimmermnn C M Bar nett E E lilrkhcad Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Kmest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No GTS F Sc i Ma sons meets first Monday night In each JrrThomasKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrday night In each month R R Riley High Priest Roscoe Render SecretaryRough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night RD Walker C C R C Porter K of A andS I Hartford Tent NoM 1C 0 T It pheJWnord Keeper Sunshine Hlve No 42 L O 1ILMeets first FrldSty evening and third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday beet the first Sunday In each month F1 Porter Commander n A Andersb AdjtOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wedne day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief of RecordsAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 730 O B Likens N Q 0 M Shultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity ot National Officers- C M BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VlcePres Trenton Ill O D PAULEY Sec Teens Indiana pollsState Officers- J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky The Safest and Quickest Way o Transfer Money IS BY I OK OISMETELEPHONE For Rates Apply toLooa Mgr Cumberland Tel I Tel Co 1 ixconroruTiD rLECTRllfDITTEIIS aThe bat toilo Giusti IMedlc8ftfi flies die 1c 1 r- a S 5 j 4 1 r hi cr PI1 ts Pnif n 1e1t SIosfnLrNTT IH + 8 ih- BARNT JSft111HII ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY- tnfpractice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining noun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to all business entrusted to thelf care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican building FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Herald building CHASM CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY collectionsmakinglic for Ohio county Office north aide public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY IIJCourLEtc Collections promptly attended to countyOffice M L HKA VIIIN Rlltml1 WOOD VAlti + HEAVRINWOODW RD Qeteys aI a HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Courtof Appeals Special attention sir en criminal practice and collections Of face next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY LIIOBLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will jpracflcf his profession In all the Courts of Ohio adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National BankIv H BARNES 8 A ANDER80K BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law in all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main HartfordKyaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES 8 A ANDERSON PATENTS D D trsucoP711clDesigns direct wfct WaiUxgtou tava liar many aMd of IIw ptlnt and IlIfrflJlllllent Practice Exduanrr U HaU thtmtOgeeWAHINOTQN A SNOW rKILLTHBCOUCHAaD KingsNew FOR aP LIIamARDALL I o8YODggT stiedetiY ietees THAT PA Wnnw eohtlarMT oarBind1aookoalroayslttwarexnmto yofrJD w W HIOD O t y I I 4 rPo 1 M t yr Ii rY r FAIRNESS OF TAIT rltrupulosn His Desire to Ren 1 Tti r Ezacluslice j rt ftEVlpl 7F COURTS MARTIAL Rfuudl to Approve or Disapprove Findings of Military Tribunals Until He Had Carefully Read the Ev- l4encA Case In Point r When he was secretary of war Mr Taft never unreservedly trusted to the judgment of courts martial upon offending officers to determine his action tn approving or disapproving the find lags of these military tribunals IIe- was crupuJQusln tnslsting that all the evidence should be laid before him tobe passed upon and weighed by him personally No pressure of work could be too severe or lack of time too evl dent to prevent him from satisfying himself that exact justice had boon done the accused according to the evi dente and the facts One evening long after tho rest of the departments had closed Mr Taft at the end of an un usually hard day took up a bundle ot paperS relating to the case of n lieu tenant who was sentenced to Ills missal The chief of staff was there and he suggested with a vIew to sav rt fag Mr Taft work J think that you will not need to go deeper Into the case It you read the conclusion of the judge advocates memorandum and my memorandum The man Is n bad egg The army will ho better oft with out him No said the secretary I always prefer to go through these cases my self The officer halT failed to pay his debts Carefully and slowly olr Taft read the evidence through to the end When he fiuleihcli lie looked up and ex claimed lint he lied about It Hap Idly he dictated a note to he sent with tho papers to the president anal cou tinned as he laid them aside Ill tried IIs lie ntlmlts to lie out of It I think the sentence should be carried out There might have been some ex case for the other thing but there coulll be none for the lie It Is time to stop this tendency among the 0111 cers who get Into trouble It musts bl discouraged for the honor of the sere Ice r want to go over the rest of these myself said ho Indicating another pile ot court martial papers I have dono that sort of thing all my lire and Itd rather do It than take the judge meat of some ono else ooooo00000 BIG AND BROAD Methodists Indorse the Candl dacy of William H Tan An unqualified approval of William II Taft as n presl8en theA ttieMethodistEpiscopal church In ThompllonlIIe Conti when he cllllfd at the headquarters ot the Republican national commit tee brryears Dr Coote has taken a prominent part lu Meth- odistcircles In Now England and 1n New York havIng bpCn u presiding elder and occupied leading pulpits No man has spoken so ear nestly III favor bt tlyj great work that Christian mlsillons are do l- lug ln the PhilippInes In ChinA and In the orient generally as Mr Taft saId Mr Cooto In tan address at Yale university he etuphaslzed that idea particular t ly and on several other ocea alone he spoke enthusiastically of the good being done by nil presslvo Christian evangelicalism In the di erent countries ho Ylsited It seems to me that no evangelical Christian shoulll hesitate to support Judge Taft lie Is just an big and broad In his religious Ideas as he Is In his physical proportions lIe cats be ttrUsted to do what Is fair and rIght with all denomInations c r am convlne d that what Judge Taft has said on religious G matters was not for political et feet lIe has gone lIther and thither doing the work before j him and at the same time his keen observation and his sense of fairness have led him repeat twily to give expression to his appreciation of the Work ot Christian mlssloTls everywhere In Thompsonvllle Is ono ot I the largest carpet manutncture Jug plants la the world con J 1 last Democratic Dr During theithat stablishment was pelled to close and the thou tsands ot were thrown 0 1pIthopeople In that section of the I country remember that experi once and that they do not care for another administration that Is likely to result so disastrous t lye f i To oppose rovlslon ot the tariff by the believers In protection to Amen mightIbetoibofevcrs la Importing the products at- I cheap foreign labor- Neverthelesst triends and brethren lvlfl1IJivlbrntcd for his unUde laid i l ftlr 1 r 1 i tt KEEP IT UP r BRYAN HIMSELF AGAINI Preaches Economic Adsurditlcs Ini Same Old Way Mr Bryan who started out veryy con I lal11jpalororetJme radicalism has broken through the truces and given up trying to be good Ills speech on the trusts at Indianapolis puts him back In LIq- old position of advocatlngthe destntc- tlon of anything that does not meet his views without regard to method or consequencesAs he Is not specific as to what means should be employed to carry out his designs lIe simply In a general way wants to destroy the so called trusts both large and small re- gardtess or the consequences to others- engnged In similar business or of the consuming public lie tells us ono day that the American people should be al owed to purchase where they can buy the cheapest and another day he tells nsthatthemoney from the pockets of the people Is flowing Into tle coffers of tile trusts It the latter be true It must be because the people are buying where they buy the cheapest and It the trust made goods are the cheapest then theyy serve the consumer rather ltban Injure him Mr Bryan simply does not know what a trust Is Mr Bryan does not know how to handle financial probe lems Industrial problems or even political problems Wo have on our stat ute books today laws provIding for the machinery to punish any illegitimate business and to remedy any Inequall ties or Injustice Mr Bryan has not put forth any views showing holy to lm prove Present methods BRYAN AT TREASURY HELM How Would Business Men Regard Secretary Chosen by Him I lIow would the financial community like to face a pllulc under a Bryan secretary ot the treasury This ques tion goes to tune heart or the degree of confidence which could bo placed In a Bryan llmlnl tration Even If we hind a new Bryan sobered by the respond h111ty ot his ofllce woulll business men feel the assurance or prompt energetic and intelligent action to protect tile public faith and save the money mar- ketI from disturbance which woulll be looked for untler a secretary of the treasury named by olr Taft Business men rire likely to ponder this seriously between now and November thatImints to the free coinage of silver to raise n grave doubt liS to his attitude malntlfslon of opinion that tile silver question had been sidetracked by the great out put of gold and his present I1ssocla Lions and surroundings are such that Itls doubtful it he coulll make any sin core declaration Which would go tar to fiuanclallsanltyDoston Colonel floury Watterson In 1SO0 I somewhat sneeringly described Mr Bryan as ua boy orator Mr Bryan- It Is fair to explain Is still an orator whose oratory retains all Its boyish quality both as to extreme freshness and hack of meaning ho supply of spellbinders may not exceed the demand this year but It ap pears that spellbinding must be largely Iihilisoem to be fairly nching to be withoulihonor to their own country b i P rr i i- r J a J 443 H+ NM 1iH I REV FRANCIS BURGETTE S SHORT EXTOLS MR TAFT f ffstatcsluni Those who Lire must tutxious for his success do not I jurge eypeclal IItness hilt rather + that he limy at last have found notrr to power Is the main thing of the Democratic party no mat- t WI It It floats Into otfice on Bryan bubbles or on any other conceivable pretext j In pronounced contrast Is the estimate that Is universally ex I pressed on Tufts equipment for the presidency Irrespective of party all attest to his mastery I of affairs and wonderful administrative q I ability The clergy are equally ttspoken Among those I who called upon Mr Taft nt Cln c1l1naU during the week was RFv Francis Durette I pastor of the First thei I I Episcopal church at Salt Discussing politics i ICItJudge said Taft Is eminently fitted rcharnrter and practice to oc the highest otllce lu the I land Ills efforts to raise a high tstandard or lire at home hIs in- terestj lu and solicitude for nn tlous across the sea mark hllll Y- ns a man of sane visions and do sire Such a man this nation needp and requires at Its head- w Jt wo are to continue to hold undivldctl admiration ot homo and those abroad thlIIman we must have If we humane make history that Is MILK PAIL IS FILLING Business Picking Up on Assurance of Taftl ElectionI acthelfactoriesthat deposits are Increasing and many I new accounts are being opened The horizon Is rosy hued for the man vhn I has goods to sell and the man who has 10111111tlonsa newspaper correspondent from Ohio I are doing better the railroad trllln i are jammed with travelers whose tes tlmony Is L the effect that things are slowly but surely righting themselves and In the manufacturing districts there Is a return to DO per cent of the activity or n year ago The 100 percent Is not tar oft It the election of Taft shall give to manutac turers merchants and wage earners the sense ot security which attaches to impartial and eOlclent admlnlstra tlon of the laws and protection from sudden changes which tend to unsettle commerce and labor and cause con fusion loss and disappointment to both i Many patriotic Democrats frankly declare that their party has never hall a lender like William Jennings Bryan Whether this Is an exultant boast or a melancholy admission Is a matter at- conjecturJ Jtls proudly contended hy Bryans advocates that he Is a successful leI tuner So was the lmmgrtnl Mrs Can tile for that matter Yet the Whit House wus never designed as a lyceum agency Or course the former United States senator who proudly boasts that he Ted the moh that recently lynched a negro wrel h In MissIssippi Is solid for Bryan and the reign of law t- J f J fj r J j I MR GOMPERS REBUKED BY TYPOGRAPHERS CHIEF Norman E McPhail Declares Union Labors Vote Cannot Be Delivered by Any Man or Set of Men The vote of organized labor as a body will not should not and cannot bedelivered to any party or by any man or set of men This Is the dec laratlon of Norman E McPhail presi dent of the Typographical union In a letter to Willis L Moore chief of the United States weather bureau Thus anothee voice Is added to the rllinp protest of union labor against the at tempt of Mr Gompers to deliver the vote of free American citizens President McPhails letter is as fol Iowa Dear Mr MoorYour letter of Sept22 has Just been recaived and read by me as I have today returned from a tour of some of our New England cities for our organization In reply to the question you ask merwlll tate that Inmy opinion the volof organized labor In this coun try as a body will not and cannot be delivered to anyone party by anyone roan or set of men To allow such a thing would be suicidal to the labor movement of the country Member of labor unions as cltl zens have the right and should care fully consider the platforms and prom lies of the different political parties and should vote as they believe the broadest and boat Interests of our country lie- There can be no objection to this from any source and R Is something which every citizen should do To claim that any man onset of men as has been blazoned forth In the news paper will deliver the vote oforgan Ized labor to any party Is absurd as It Ian impossibility Sincerely yours NORMAN E MPHAIL LABOR LEGISLATION Republican Party Alms to Conserve In terests of All the People Various Injunction bills were considered In committee during both sessions ot the Fiftyninth anti first session ot the Slxtletu congresses During the first session ot the Flftynlnth congress several bills were before the judiciary committee and hearing wore nccortied and considered It was found hohevo that the labor Inter ests of the country could not agree upon any ono bill and that different labor leade were opposed to one or the other bills under consideration Again during the first session ot the Sixtieth congress the judiciary corn mltteo ot the house gave more time and attentl1 to the various blllll presented but It was found that tio hill could be Introduced that would be Rat tstactory to all the labor Interests and no bill upon which nil members ot con gress could agree This so called anti Injunction legislation Is by no means R partisan matter and so tar neither Democrats nor Republicans have been able to agree among themselves to II bill that would seem to satisfy all con corned There Is no doubt however that In the near future some bill will be enacted Into law and when It Is It will ho found that It will provide pro tectlon for not only labor and capital but for the public as well First It must be constitutional and then it must be of such n nature that It will not lend to disorder and riot but will conserve thn best Interests of the peo pie at large land not be drawn Itl thc Interest of either capital or labor but for the good and protection of all Economic betterment not partisan pOlitlcs istho true purpose or organ Izedlabor Mr Gompers has become a u1sleadCr i l p ITHE KENTUOKYI l aildewer INCORPORATED Co J fWlhb WIRE YOUR MOUSE AY GOSY I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANa tHEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME t I itREACHri II t- I F G BA BASS Manager t I WHENa country becomes civilized it do s typewriter When it becomes1 posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER i The fact that The Smith Premier Type- writeri is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further tact that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier YYPBwriter so- Inuorix rntucili H21 Pine St ST LOUIS MO n WANTEDA RIDER AGENT af CHTOW- Mndeandeshibita Ample Lateit Model itao er bicycle furnished by us Our agents everywhere are maki money last lIr1 or iJ Jarkular ared ialoJeratctwe a wesMtoplrt It to any test you wish It you are then not perfectly satisfied or tlo not wish to malcslFACTORYto jay middlemen profits by butnr direct et us and have the manufacturers antee behind your NUT silly a bicycle ora pairof tires lromasyar fadJriIIYOU WILL IE ASTONISNED when you receive our beautiful catalogue and nudy our superb models at the nasderlullp moneyJrdoable our pdos Omen tilled floe day recaivedJ vnM v v v CO UAND DICYOLES We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles butwlI1tIY have I number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores These we clear out at prices sang IIZ from 113 to 88 1Ochains balV3ln lists mailed ire COASTER BRAKESIlnllo YbeelLI Tsported llu usual rytaaerku and pedals parts repairs ands HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPRooF J 80 150 H L G TIRES NronQE oarAI The regular retail rite of lheu tires it I SSJo peryair dui to introduce Wt wilt Ithow asamllt air for jh80wthwiMorderlltf NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glau wilt not let the all out Sixty thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now use Madelnall sizes Itlsllvel and easy a special Iporoua allowNotice the thlok rubber tread cd end puneturo strips u rim strip itup ouce more atetoproventrim cutting Thisan will outlast any otherby on themako SOFT ELASTIO Bullbuttread J y the rider same prieeto day letter Is received We ship C 0 D Oil j approval examined and found them strictly as represented We thereby making the price 81111 per pair If you send advertisement We will also send one I nickel at nun expetse If for any reason the are not reliable and money sent to ulis as safe B9 In a bank will find that they will ride easier run faster I wear tire you Itae ever used or seen at any price We know you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want this remarkable tire offer any kind at any price until you send for a pair of IF mctureProof tires on approval and trial Itthe write for our big Tire end Sundry Catalogue which describes rtdingverydurab1eandiiuedfnsidewitthe at about halt the usual today DU NOT Th iNkor nUnNOnblcycle DO anyone until know the new and wonderful alTers learn everything Write It NOW IJ 1 CHICAGO Ill I 1 COPYRIGHTS n sending a sketch and descrlnlton my I qnlckl ucertalll ollr 011111011 treecomintiitea tlousstrletliconadentINANDBdB oulatettI sent tree patents tlrouah IIl1l11u Co recelee- rpect I I ZnoikewllhoutchargelalbwCkIHIIIC A handsomely IUnatrallld weekly Tareeat drj of an JOIlnal Terms U a ear fnnrmonlbeSL Sudbyulnewsdcalers- lfUNN COOS daa etWIhlnlllon D Co SEEDSGrownPedigreedsuccestfulseed growing behind them It pays to the best- Seasonable Specialties BBANSEarliest Red Valentine 13050 Bushel RelllleeHxlra Early SysS Bushel New Stringless Green Pod So Bushel Wardyells imp Kidney Wax 1450 Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel Curries Rust Proof Wax fiSo Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska 350 Bushel New Early Gradus SSSo Bushel liorsfords Market Garden So Bushel Buckbces Lightning Express 1500 Bushel orSeedsSend for complete catalogue or submit a list of your and will quote prices MoneyWrite H W BUCKBEEl36ii BuetbeeSL Redford Seed Fums Rockfod1- 1I +e f io r r r jM1JliT 00 c J I t L j I jt EtL iOiT t f t OF THE j Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Ironrange i NOW GOING ON kREE1kj 750 SET OF WARE I With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhibition we will give ab i solutely FREE one handsome set of ware p at shown This ware is is worth 750 if it is worth a cent We dont add 750 to arejware tic Ranges at the regular price Remember this is for exhibition week only Ware q will not be given after this week This o ware is on exhibition at our store and must o be seen to be appreciated Come in any day during the week Ma- kelour biscuit store your headquarters Have and biscuits with us if you intend to buy or not the 4 information gained will serve you in the future Oct 20Mr Simon Stevens return od home from Soui Wulo usi lay where he iuid heel for Tile C irontls for IIH 1ualtn ing his nod old birtn place j ills health is roach ports it lime He was panied homo by his cousin 311ssTl lie Swansea Soutn Walts She will visit her Uncle and Aunt Mr and MR Tunics Steven of Central City and Mr cud fllis Simon Junes of this will remain Jn this cwimry until next spring IJ F Garrett of Wilt here and lion Oiler was in awl nnd Mlm tuna Mllmd was in Sunday Mcrae Jno rind J II Reed of Hurrln HI also Mm 1 O Braicnnr of tue Santo place arrived core yes torday to be at the bedlsde of their father who is very H- 1Mtea XeUlo llama In In Miwui Eliza Garter and Frances PIber are very ill of fever Joe Jame has a very sick child- J 0 of Ilerrln 111 is gore Well buys 2 weeks from today is the election and lot us do all wo eau for Uie G O P Dont fail tof put your stencil under me Log Cabin as we want n large me persons will address the voters of Ohio county at the fol lowing times and place Hon It W Slack nt October 27 130 p- In October 30 F 730 p in Octo ber 29730 p m ColC M Barnett and lIon W R Carson nt Taylor M4nes Friday Octo Ijer 25 730 p m Er M and Hon s WR Carson at Union Grove church I near school house 31 130 pim Horn M L and David j f YLa at Oc tober 31st 730 p in October 31st 730 p in Hon T D At 20Mr Marvin Evans vlllu visited his father Mr Mit Kim bley last Mrs Price Hallows spent several dna hero last Sir Frank and family of have been friends mid here and near here for sevural weeks Mrs Daisy Smith is very sick Mr Harlan Harper and wife have moved here Kr 1 A Klinmel has moved to ills farm Mrs Fanny Dunn visit ed Mrs Annie Wood several days ago Mr John H Wood and wife spent night with her fattier P lh near Echols Miss Euva Kimmel has a with tho Home at Bennett filled his regular hero No false has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being it is not like the catarrh snuffs and for minds by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it and nasal catarrh and hny fever Back of this is the testi mony of nnd ri of may years success All 50o or mailed by Ely Bros 56 street New y la an of the expense of the Dr J C Willis 9000 Mattle E 1000 w Organ 150 Note Paper 25 j I 1lIil 1IH 1 Total 10776 from GOc donated by Mrs Cnas P weaver to library rrr 16900 612 This amount with 3 Li brary fund from last year will be used to now books for too Teach ers J Mr S C S Per L A and The Kind You Bears of n I am Just In receipt of a letter from the United States Civil Service Cam mission that Rural Carrier be held at Ohio county on Nov 7 1908 Any one to take this will pleaso call at my office for the blanks which blanks and must reach the Civil Service Rural Carrier Division i D Con or before Oct M L All persons having o claims against the estate of CrR Stevens are notified to them proven at the law office of Barnett Smith Ky on or before 25th 1908 or they will be forever bar red W F Stevens Admr and on the at i I X 4 1908 a regular of the can of Ohio county held at the Court House In Ohio county Ken tucky on August 22 1908 it was ordered by said that n election be held at the regular voting place in each of the various voting of Ohio county on 5th 1908 between the Icui of six a In and four p m for tho purpose of to be voted for at the regular election 1909 for the offices viz Circuit Court Clerk Judge County Court Clerk Sheriff County of Common Schools Jailer and the the high est number of votes for the office for said office to be voted for at the regular election 1909 and tho party by Bald or Is the party and shall be or on the official ballot by the device or emblem a Log Cabin AH the legal ftvho will1 be ber election 1909 In the voting pre cinct In which he offers to vote in said shall be to vote in the election of 5th 1908 that each of said electors answer In the Live the viz Will you vote for and nt the regular 1909 t the the ea no1 mirieCB of tie for I Y 11 It is the in the of and Iron It has any of a the and best s- It half the fuel on and does by far The All vior the and tiny It is the 0witli a The Iron tho lasts as as a steel of repairing onlyforA lasts as as a but it cost as We ask you to take our for any of the ifYou will call at our store a man the are will ito that are facts and will you more the is the best that 0can YBODY WE71COME sBODY WELCOME II I E BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky sss sswssssssssassss sasssss VtIL ssssssssssssssso ss ssssssssssssss RENDER pact nlaovisttj relatives pleasant improved accornI Plummerof placerSrv Brownsville Saturday Sunday Canoyvillo Leitchfloltl Saturday Sunday Livermore visiting Saurniionto Typhoid Uratcher visntnug laudslide Public Speaking following ofOweneboro Kordsville Tuesday MlcHenry Wednesday Rockport Thursday Attorney Woodward Bartlett Saturday October Hehvrln Morelarid Balzetown Saturday Cromwell Saturday McGregor assistant SatlurdayHartrordiOctober CERALVO- Oct Kimbley weekILlvermore weekI Kimbley EvatiKviUe visiting relatives Rockport Saturday Robinson position Telephone Company HartfordRev appointment Sunday pretense entirely harmless responsible powders shattered speedily completely overcomes statement thousands reputation druggists Warren Yor- kInstitute Expenses- The following Itemized statement Institute instructor Wesley Secretary IooJob11 Including moving Received teachers including fundr Proceeds together purchase library DoWEBSE a- irCASTORInfants Children Have Always Bought the- BSgnattua Notice derectlng examinations Hartford Kentucky Saturday desiring examination necessary application Commission Washington Wednesday 2S19081 HEAVRIN Postmaster Notice accounts deceased hereby produce properly Hartford October Come hear Senator Bradley issues Hartfofdnflext Wednesday PMB NOTICE Republican Primary Election DecemberS 5At meeting Republi Executive Committee Kentucky Hartford Saturday committee primary precincts Kentucky Saturday December nominating Republican candidates November following Representative County County Attorney Superintendent Coroner Surveyor Assessor candidate receiving doIciaNovember represented candidate candidates Republican represented designated electors Nbvemrprimary entlted Primary December provided however affirms following question support November election candidates receiving highest prlmtryeltRepublican paYI Facts Ahout the Great Ma jestic Range only range wqrld made Malleable Charcoal beyond question doubt largest reservoir usesabout used other ranges better work Majestic Copper Nickled Reser heats water quicker hotter than other only reservoir removable frame Charcoal Bodyof Great Majestic Range three times long body Being made nonbreakable material great Majestic Range three times long cheap range dont three times much Proof dont word above statements butIfrom factory where Majestic Ranges made prove your satisfaction these absolute show many reasons why Great Majestic Range absolutely money buy EVER EVER I sass IAF- or the offices therefore named The officers of the election shall pro pound to each of the electors offer Ing tOI vote in the said primary the above question which must be answered Yes before the elector Is permitted to vote The primary election called herein shall be held and conducted in the same form and manner and under the name requirements as provided by law for tho holding of regular State elections If any candidate officer of the eectlon Challenger Inspector or any other person shall directly or indirectly violate any of the pro visions of the election laws of this State in holding 01t conducting tile primary election sot out herein then all persons thus offending shall be subject to all floes and penalties in such cases made and provided by the laws of this Stain It is estimated that the cost of holding this primary will be flue hun dred and eighty dollars 58000 and that the following amounts be assess ed against each of said offices viz Representative 1000 Corcult Court Clerk 11000 County Court Clerk 11000 County Judge 6000 County COUIityIThe amounts assessed against each office shall b6 paid in equal proportion between each of the candidates for the respective offices which sum shall be paid to the Secretary of the Republican Exe cutive Committee of this county not later tfchn twenty days next preceed ing the holding ofeuch primary elec tion and any candidate desiring to submit his name to the voters in said primary election shall not later than fifteen days next proceeding the holding of said primary election notl fy the Chairman of the Republican Committee of Ohio county the Chairman of the party holding said prK mary election In writing of the fact that he Is a candidate and file With said notice a receipt from the Secretary showing that hej has paid the assesameut rgdl Ithimanr upon complying with these conditions he shall be declared to bo a candi date before said primary election and shall have his name printed on the official ballots fpr said primary This October 10 1908 M S RAOL4ANDr M L HEAVRIN Cr M BARNETT Resolved that It is tho sense of this committee that we hold a fair mid Just primary and that wowUl render all assistance within our power to aid in prosecuting any person or persons who violate the elpctlon laws in the conduct of said primary and wo urge tho Commonwealth and County Attorney to AttorneyI 1 their power to secure indictments and prosecutions of all violations of said laws It is further ordered and directed that a primary election tt held in each of tho Magisterial Districts of Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday December 6th 1908 botween the hours of 6 aitrand 4 p m for the purpose of nominating Republican candi dates for Justice of the Peace and Districtstober election 1309 and this primary election for nominating candidates for Justice ot the Peace and constable shall be held and conducted under the rule and regulations set out above for hold ing the county primary M S RAOUAND Chmn UNO O KEOWN Secy A TARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm au l AFobGivesIt cleanses soothes TFIVEQ W protectsthe titCatarrhIaway a Cold in the WIIIi FEVrtoo atze 50 cts atDrug 75centeFfijpti w f bb Ly t