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A i y i- I t i t ttfr Jtqublicaui I IITAfTS ELECTi T1ON CUNEDDED Cincinnati nduireiSays lie WUIW1it 4 Resrlt of Careful PoledGlves Him Votes to spare With Republican House The Cndnnatl Iiiqulrct the New York Herald and Chfatgo RecordIIer 1 old uande n curefufpoii of the PIvoal states Sor tile comlngPrtslden tlal election which Allows that the vQte Is swinging toward Taft with an Irrestiiia cone and that lie will not only havpa large vote In the I eTctbral college but a Republican House to support him ns wen Wo task the foaowing from 1t Sundays Cnclnntiti Inuqlrer whicH will beof great Interest to OIl readers As this tiro first forecast number of the New York Herald amid Clncln- J1atl Enquirer goes u1 press there appears to be In rngns mitt eX13IJsloII of the Republican vote From all surface Indications this hozbeon In prolre for several weeks At first Il was almost impossible to deteCt It Tim situation wtts much beclouded In near ly every state In the IIddlo Nest and In Ohio andNewYprk but there Have been npparenUy steady and rapid gatne by the Republicl1u candidates and the chances now seem to favor the election of Taft and Sherman Without making any positive predlc 1 tlon and basing Ute conclusions of time reports of correnpondents connect ed with two great Western bOIratedsure or 2S0 votes In time Electornl Col loge 3S moro than him nerds for election t The reports or the trusted correspond lOuts on which tlilseytlnuttois base ave been carefully checked by other reports from Independent sources Wlllllm J Bryan Is quito certalu to receive lli6 Elect ordl votes 21I lire doubtful with n Delllolratic votosl while 26 are doubtful and HepublkausjIeIng all the doubtful states lie wouldI hue 203 Wcctor1llvotes77 less his Relmubltcan competitor The canvass also scows that the RtIUblicllus wilt probably curry time House of Representatives Time IndictI 11tltleslisThere are 22 doubtful districts witu- Roupb1cii tendencies and 20 with Democratic tendencies New York Is one of the states that is classed for Tuft lilt plurality will probably bo quite large The con eHt fpr Governor of New i York Is apparently uxcendtugly close wIth We tide settIng In GOVOIIIOI Hughess dlreotloim Two weeks pgo tale Inrulds and Enquirers preliminary canvass showed qtr Chanter In the lead Tic J ke1Thrald and Ellqulr r pointed out how over that timoppnsltfunW 1DVernor Hughes had reached its greatest de velopmait In the corly pmt of the campaign trod We Republicans built great ltupes on ils wInd tur f time atxxie It beingmud witted tJlllt Mr HUgllecl was one of i the greatest cnmlJngnnrH of tots genera tlonIit is eluur that in the ratter personi al encounters between the two can dhlittes during the lust two weeks t thu atlvant4tgo hus been with time OOV icr1 r FumrthernIororeports show that c mince the II raids perltrnluary canvass i Sivas made Mr HUgtltSS friends havo- t been busy nmong tmo olemolits whore i oppoaltion to the Gov rJor tvits meet i strongly indlcud Ttio fears of the r OerlnallS hum to suuI1ol Jewis1 ttn does us to thQ1ovornors mtttiludc- n blue law legislation have boon route what nilayed Tle tl1lO truck issue hud lost tnuc1 ot ltq ImpobuiCA oven 1 botoroMr Chaplet defined ntH oston O tab UartAIO lute j I I fiartlord Bowlers Defeat Owensbro AERickld I teaui from time Owensboro- 1Ilovitete League canto Up to 1aryford 1 t saturday evening uud eugagetl thntardbosO l the Masonic and J ff occtP altayAt SomotIni l spring r the lioitfcrd baytlutfered u defea- tat Owensboro boys rat nrthtLCityt 7 ndther had nl for a i contest hereTbe ow nteuitkKf tf n 4- Is composed of a g1endldrot of young mcn and they zo Ji1lCIl9k wlerl bum beIng off lJoi1i lcH Rod COltrO- nlcdbl a largo LtUUOnee of Inonkc pit USns for Iartford wba rrtxl tot- hu hOlyetom probably dlscoisert ed th0 llsltors some extent Time glum resulted idn vletory of 46 lu favcr of Hartford It is pnali able te Hartford hoys wilt visit Ow- ensboro sometime In the hear future when do contest wll be continued Ftjllcwi Co line Uli of teams and scares by ri1 ncs OWDNSIORO Yager 21C 151 137 Volls 140 124 119- SteiLor i40 13 159 Delker 142 137 166- Scnaad iGt 133 i43 797 680 714 Tptal 219L HARTFORD Tlnsey t 145 162t75 Moore t 187 138 149 Crnbtree 165 119 145 Ems 131 149 455- Vcilker i 12S 166 143 74ti 724 7G7 Tote 1 2237 FLAG RAISING AT GENTERTOWN Great Speech and Much Enthu siasn Enjoyed by larve AudienceI On last Saturday tim Ropubhans- of CentPJtown kind n great rally trod bag rnlaing Tie day wiry ideal eiti- Republcina came froim all IifeLJg lIt Contertoivd and a Udinng precincts tothe mjttidber oM tttny of tl1f citizens ut hunford went down to assist the Centertown Loys ill tteirr- ail y A beauthtl flag 1212 x 5 feet was sent tt ttto breeze trVm a 1110 125 feet J11gll suruounwd by the ReS publican emblem too log cable- Hod T lJMcGrgnr Assistant Attorney General for KentuckY delivered tile oration upon Invltadon of Taft club of Ceutertnwn AIr McGregor spoke for one hour and a half In tILe open at and hqld Ills crowd spelt bowtu by- hia wit eloquent amid convincing lugll ills spcecit WitS entirely devoid of- anyuing uHe1live or abusive rim 101 U who rnigtt defer win hlltl 1I10u VI- questlollll of the day lie is one nf- Ult ablest hspwkors wil Unr lmtlae to Onlo OIIIIIY In time Interest of time Republican party nUll ho pleased ever cite who heard 111111 1JJmo WIIU CI11I0 back to Hmtfolll wore uuri in tleilI praise or his Eleerh and flU predlct that Ceilwr own will nlalto n good showing to the coming fJlect1ol1 by rOllson of It Jt will nut butoo liUlt time tuat Ohio county RepubItuii wm want Mr MGcregot to come here to assist their In their ctuurtt CIlI Ho i has won n Illare In Ie cse1n of time leaders of the party 1eru ms tIll orator equaled only hy Slllntlll Brtd- ey Assaulted and Robbed w H Wllstm clIe of the most prominent farmers of the ount1 while en routo w Ms home west of Uhe city shortly after midnight Saturday i night was held up and robbed of his pocketbook ooutafuing Q largo sum of money and his watoh and v1lI asble papers lie Was knccked to the ground by two men one hit him with a club and then they went through Ms pockets The holdUI occurred just outside of the city limIts on tae street car crossing It Is supposed that the thugs were the two negroes i Elmo assaulted and rolIbed John Wall early Saturday night at his home on Wes Ilnln street Mr Wilson eft his home at 22 oclock Saturday afternoon and no- ttsual collected his rents to the city and probably had over 100 on bls persOn He reached his home about locock this morning He was conI alterably bruised by the mon titokyla saulted and ribbfd h1mOwens1lctia i Messenger Sunday School News TLo IMtbt church at I3alzetowu organized n school n few welty ago dud Uley mean to make It etellter y- alt Herman Beultu Cunattl 0lovo4- SImUbous Sbnktq Clupol Greoll Rlv- crTziylol1UpellPreuUa mid Independm once are some of the schools doing better than common Others expect to organize or re orgtinfiefyot for a copUllllOUS wgrk t V 1 Htrtfotd rIjElschool ll1 hatea- J f wr- d iI r i ANDERSON MADE MONEY OUT OF HIS CONTEST INSTEAQ OF LOSING THEREBY Editor UepublcanI am rather nd verso to appear Iii print during or con cornug my candidacy for County At tornoy But I feel Impelled to re ty to u statement of my opponent tlS A Anderson III a wrJte= up which oppOarcd In your columns last week RtmArring to the contest following stll1I1iful migat accept title as true but to Loose tvio lllvo given tmrough con sidorttion to the mutter It is the lUtrtst nmkeScutt Mr Anderson Imv Ig really made monty out of the contest lnstead 0f lulng thereby ILIII u rule of nw wIth which Ilruc1- L1tly mteryozto lsfUllilllr that a- pnrcy wilu wins Il a lawsut rmuvcrsii Ills cOSt off tao usher party jI Anderson worm in flo suit itbntt time oftlce recovored front Mr Likens nil time co lIf the rtmrest und Mr- Llhaiis i Iatid it 1 find OIL the record J In Uo ctisc w1iWm hi IIAllllellIons gown Surd to fallowing receipt wwlIJIIlilol xplOdcs III Anderscts- staarmeut 01 County Ourt- G i n Likes COIIIjhllt j Sam A Anderson Coidettic- I G ii Llkcnt Nita alas mint il tit lJdutnt receipt for name fS A ANDERSOva Coerk I Oct 18 1899 fine rally dayy program next SuudqyIRockport and Cromwell to hold their conveutous yet The following schools have pttltl to uullty amid Stuto work this year at follows Hartford I3tptlsym 500 ilhikle- Cmpcl 142 11 Chapel 225- McGrndy 120 FerdsvilleCoDvepcon 250 Centertown 100 Hartford COlVlIUtlOIl 200 BUFORD Ilr Roscoe King and family of Dolls nUll moved to tills plact last week llrs I V Taylor toturncd JiOl1l1 Saturday after several days visit to Mr Pete Taylor aid family Itt Reynolds lIiss SittlulIII IIIrbuugnt Mr George Kirks farm Ilero amid will move the first of time parIMr VtH Dichehs of near vllle 11111 bougnt WIll1C1 Bairs Mss Dee Poach curd Mrs Iurllll for visited Mr Tom Oreyor and ly of nlllll jouduy and Tuesday ilss Eurlie tllle Magan Is visiting i Misn Luttie FieI of OwenbOlO tins week I Messrs Homer Turner und Walter I mull went to McHenry and Taylor Mines Monday on business Miss Minnie Mcintyre of Hartford wars In our town Monday VISItOdtIIA nice lllniler was given to aunt Sara King Tnursday the 15th- celobraftimg her 76 birthday with every tiling good to eat which tuns enjoyed by every one presout THose present about f0 In number woro Aunt Chic Sharp Sarah King Fnnnio Holbrook Mary Newton Mr ice Hudson of Bedll Mr TIm Patton and wife Mr H L Paris and wife Mr John King and wire Mr John Blair and Wife Mr Jim Bales and WIfe Mrs Ruby Mrs Ben Taylor and son Mrs S J Hussey and hughterissMaud Mrs Mttttq Turner 1irf F King A W Nlchollol nod family Mr BF Graves and wifo rrnl lull chair Miss Dam KtngMrCllurlly htanktr and sister 31iiLaura fl lltI Cur ley King Aunt Sam dyed tt Duford many yotirR aplt fadn twuy JrJellu- alry f lmyi M Jy luitly tier b1g- nn rfblrtimdays Is the wlstt oft iq vrltor 1OtlCCrOJA1l persons having accounts or claims against the estate of C n Stevens deceased are hereby notified to produco them properly pcovea at- thoaaw office of Barnett Smith- artfordh hCy on of before October 25th1906oritttey wli1 beforevert bar E- ro F rl w F St nll 1 ya a- R t If How that contest cost him The greater part of the emoluments of the office when according to his own statements umouuted to 240000 R your or 1440000 In six yearswhon- ua ivldenced by the foregoing receipt written lu Andorsous own band MI Llkens Vold nil cost against both plnintiff and defendant Is no doubt beyond tile compreneusfon of anyone except Mr Anderson himself Practically till only egttmsto ex lenaea tt5t paid by Me Likens was 50000 Valid to his lawyers Cur Anderson WAS clerk or the court in which the coolest cunceruiag HII office was tried and was entitled to- the tlXlIIO fees for his services III time rfHfle lIiJln all utnels liJr recordi- ngahtm orders of court und for copy lug time record for the Court of Ap- jieuls ie reculved more tlIllI Iw Veld his lawyers bwldCIJ ilOO wtnellI- cJtes welch were rlllectfd off I kellii ollly n ama1 portlnu recordsvee7patdldCII this leadng Republians Ill oWto countyy lOIul1luruIl ot ttm er- tI llJ1 money to tn delouse of tHe Lynn rat for Mrludn snu 1JlUg nctunlly rondo lamiey nut of- t1rDlDt4Q4L nail nathg earned hie npcllwlIle IUlll of 440000 eat m- ilrtrhtilltlee 1run unable to deturutin nut idea Ropublicuns of 1 OUI1W are under mummy oblgatloll tO iiAndoi ton U11lItfnll cC 511f H OBi G W 6ADDlES SPLENDID ADDRESS Makr Strong Arkuament for Republican Principles Has Canvassed the Entire District And Believes His Chances Good lion D w GndlIe of lnruu county tJO Repu111cmw cUlIll1dat Irn Congress 1ia I1llilrc dulhered n spmmdld speech at tits cuurtmtseiuaduy afroII noon to L Cmti sized aurllJlce Owing too fact that m1y one day intervened between i Galdles- appulntmeut i and Ulllt of SOIl mOr UrIllloy It teas not ItS feet attended os It utherwllio would have been Dr Oaddle made n 1dollprcdtouching upon mill UIII issues of t o present raulpulgI lie snutVCO LJW tile ruuutry bud l rospend wider Rpuhllellll rule amid npw It dad gene wnut tenon tae Duntmcmxts stYa 11 powor HI sitowed lip the flratis of UIIlIlI1II and punctured t u lIu Lies uud arcasaca wj errgig i adrlft by tau DerOCi l 011 tu Ii nn D W CADDIE Y- In mpresent catnpitign Dr Galldloe paid s rosp0ctgtoafs JIlIII u C srossmnll non Johnsen null n Il gen tool mnnner criticised him for not showlllg himself to tto people of ills district miotug him upon trio stump during the present cnlllllgn to give nn account or his stewardshll He said that It hasboon falsely circulated over thedlntrlct bit lie had criticis- d lItr Jobnsonbecause ho was a Catholic inrallslon Ho denounced t 1I S sayluItaaIIihis religious opinion ns ho illld himself nUll that It would be Just as wrong for him toe riticise Mr JOhlSIJ11- btXIUSIJ of Ills religtous belief ns It wa fur DomocrMS speakers and nOWSJn Vera to crltlcle rr Taft because of his church roatlons Dr Guddle clos- I ell Ills address with un eloquent pforu Konluclylalldaudience at pagan Monday night and afternoonI that 1110 hall IL splendidc lance to be elected the Itepubarul vote can be gotten t btu bolls and every Republican will do itiB fluty next Tuesday He Is u man of flute allllearnnce und undoubted abut ty lIe was born on a farm In Tayoor county Kentucky In 18G2 being one of nice culhlren where illl vied mid worked until he was twenty years of agent that age jlc wet cu lnulllUle amid IIUeuIl1I ate llcdit4 Cal ego of time UalveriyofLouisville front whack no- graduo tl lie moved to Hodgeovillc ICy ctoi actively tnfIIp11 in us pru fesstun but lie Is ma vcr tll busy tn take tta a lve juiciest in pulics He- is II ceau llama In every llullullr and Ifl Is elected rind we beltar lie will bu citizens of the Fourth Congressional District will have nulu- IlIgto regret front It In the future sMALLeous Oct 28Mrs Stlie Drake Is spending this week at M T n Barnards ut Hartford Mr noy lienoott nod little Mis- Etnel s Bart rd spent Saturday nigh- and Suuduy the guests uP Mr uud Mrs J C Iienuett Rev G IL Lawrence and wife Heave Dam were In our midst Saturday even tag but owing to time protratcted meet- Ing lit Central Grove lie did not flU ltf- appoluUnent fit Snlallhous- i J ti Wood amid wife Ceralvo- Mr T n Igleheart Matanzas und Mr 10111 lluonu and little son Paul o- F4uhl tveto tit Snutlptous churcH Sunday air md Mrs hot Rmmett u Were toe guests of ruud Mrs Alv- Ca loway from Friday until Suad- nyis Iruie liawklns limirtfa d WIIS the guest ur her atilt Jims Robert Humor Friday ingot Sw1IIIi y and itrtidtyShlg H Ititutrr dad J mss Kill HawlitlS tcudd VIO nlllIhUlilll ma1 lit Cent rtmru SPurcIIlIII nail till protnictuml mmmci i J at ClIilal ire Sntwday trgt ituahy maid Swulay mightttriosa KI1l rutd lliss Out t Mad tlox wl to Hd1 Stn l1 Ills Omuta tiddnx vls bat t OSva- to represuat ire EIlIoIrll Star iicig lit elul1I and will g ill Covingtun- toflay to attend to grind lodge Lit2e Imo iethemy tnd hits baby brother mire quilm sick fit this wrlUrg IIlHlulo too little bubo or Ir and Mri 01111111111 Cox 111arrird in TexaS Uollllles uf 1iIv4 luht BnlM 0- 1Vniluyilh Texas IWp0 ruueltedtua- nlulllle11it It mil 1ep IJlIIIIlilgo I 1- 1g W GOIllJill1 lit her a0nte0et2ftn th1 lhuiiott is time rlnugIT of MT W C ihrrIm u Wi n W8 roan III Oilo- eouay brit n ro wont u Tuxae In Ills luIIld iod hits fur yews bJIII one of o Imtlnl lIIjrtIJI citizens of 1111 CIII j Alias Itrnot visited luln- tlIi of 1uimSfurd IUIJ vtciuity Il row yav ItEU IUlll is renlenllerud fur uC- lIId lililjlOllitloll trite Wlch sno Will cnabledto mllitu friends of tivorytmne- Ve undorstond ter lulburlls a young rn or spiNOdhl lurnctor IIIIlI given IlrniIIO IIf a ttauflt miis mAl ftrls 11 r i 101 of L bray il 00 seamy WIt auto iinh CenuettPritchardMay 11 oi Itnv- It D Iiounet of llllrtrolll rend ll- 1JI1I H 1ritetitrd of Loutsvilleville Wtllti Ini1Id Itt tu Mietaodistcweityest- erday arternion at 1 oeock the ceremony bolullcrmormed bY the bride talc airs tt1JJl 10110 or we- Ulq M titctt6milld irxWut lIHlJdI- IU g Itclio of tJp Il wiilu 1u- lir va Is n prmulutyywg bl14ICWIi- S1Ul1 u1 lulwi1le Troy left on tie IIftttlIoon train fOl Ltmlsvlllo wtrlrli they will nndw Well future Lome A large audience tilted the church made up otJC man relatives unit friends of too bride Who whilesorry to see nother nu f linrlfords popular belles taken front ur midst with tiro happy Vale all tie Ulossilgs witch itn be ClOW ell Into trolr lives TIle brIde was the recipient of tnafiy handsome mid cost1y blldal presents r SENATOR BRADLEY COMES TO TOWN Last Wednesday and so Do All Sorts of Republicans About 3000 Heard Him Pour Po litical Hot Shot Into Democracy Ono of the greatest Republican rallies whicH has ever beers held In Ohio county and tllllL Is saying It great deal for we have hud nauy uotmble ones was held here on Wednesday of this week upon thQ occasion of Senn tor Urndleys vllllt The boys came from every section of the county un til the crowd numbered more than 3000 not half of wllom could obtain standing room In the Court louse Senator Bradley was met at Beaver Dnlll by M I trearln and C M- Ihtrnett at no 1130 train after a hasty lunch he was driven rapidly to Hartford WlfH 10 received a great oVlllllln front his admirer lie ws In- traduced by Mr Helril In it few wen chosen words and began Ids address about 115 ocloek and fur two hours ho chanl1el1 his hearers with Jut logic wit and repartee Hu traced the history or time Republtcan party all It hind to do with eglslatinn and the exptn- slou growth and prosperity of the country for forty years proving con astCon administrations had brought about the only real prosperity which we have ever lead He exploded the theories ot Bryan and his reference to the various remedies which this quack doctor had prescribed for the people brought laughter amid cheers from Ills audleltce Senator Bradley tool for his text Can the leopard change his spot97 and lie named the allots which would atout as free silver anti imperialism goetllnwnt ownership of railroads speechaII In which ho Jhowerl hnty tray were the first to suffer front hard times and were the last to surrender to tile wolf at tiro door Most of the business houses of the town wore tumatofufy decorated as wall U mummy uf the private dwelllngs Ion the streets leadlllg to tile courthouse The CllIterton brllJi1f band minute aide did music for the occaslon its lid also the cuimlud brass band of Mellenry which ante over Witll Il large nUlllhlr- 10f millers Seutmtor Bradley WIS tllcOl11pllnled hy Hon R W Slack or Owcnsbuio Wjlll made II splendid address to a large II- Udience lit jlcHunr pdlllsiluy nIght Mr Lawson Itno of Owunsboro Collie up with II largo touring car to OwensbornII Bradley amid Ir Hoao were emerhlile- ul over nIght by C M IIII1not ht his iuhni on UnlolltitJolt it Is he1od that hutch good hoe been lllHIC for the party In the county by t e glet naiytvitea Shows that the party It 1intsiasi and deter milled and wall In very great contrast In size amid entoulhlllI1 to the effort which ws awde by vm0 Iomoernla upon tIle prCllliou d time speech of- llou D U Smith COOL SPRINGS Od 20Bro Gill of HOC e terf111- ud its III1HJILlIr lure aturda amid Sunday Ir James Itogers of Iatolll a anlt- MDudsy night wren tlti bruther Toe Rogers j Mr and Jlrs Fypes iwey Mull OMl drou timid Mr Jots Tnto of ram111lT- i Mr lot Tate rout Stmnduy at Ms MM Trite Mr Sam lOIIoJ Illlll Mr In wnght- oI Broadway Will tw guest or UIr Ale WriiNt Sntmdiy rlttttt flllIl Sunday C lr OOOfle Fuiou mud Mine Jlllt- Wl11son i wore the guests of Miss Nan- ate Rogers Sunday ii Leo Calm and Mr Edd Austin wore Pleasant callers nt Mr Joe Rogers Sutmdsy mr Itraco and Irma 1Ison of Bitt- lcr eowry tune tie guests or fmi- ri c De ais Sundry Notice to hers Ve IC n ew supply of report blanks und would be glall to liavtm- tab teuChtIB sail felt them nt once- as some are behiudwlth their m- pota If you prefer tvoillmmallhhouit to you on receipt of sttuiip Per L Asr J M DeWEEISE JO C II j 1 ALLOWED BY OHIO LUUl II rt LIL uuun J What We Pay for Various Pur poses In one Year and Who we Pay itto List of Claims Allowed at the Oct bar tern 1908 of the Oulo county Finai Court Acton H C Medicine for Wm Vfil- k y 1000 Allen scDo- Alleu Jerome InoUest Fins Baize Hnery team on road 900 A oton Cleveland same 450 Asnley Mtorgna same 300 Ashby J T same 245 Ashby W P same 100 Afehby W P same 175 Asnby O S same f150 Addlngion J H Lumber 901 Allen S W team on road 300 Addlngton H P fame 450 Annby S A suuie 375 Ashby S A same 225 Albin J n same 600 Austin Jasi same 309 Burnett S V Cum services 600 Barrnss Mrs Dorothy mitt on money loaned county 35000 Black Blrkuead hauling c 7446 7446 Baize S N same 660 Black Frank board for paupers 56665 Bradley Gilbert Co Mdse for Olio county 7270 Bennett R A wurk on bridge 493 Barnard I T nnulng c 300 Blankensnlp J 13 work on road 14EO Blair Tams work stud Bills 1097 Baldwin WJllle work on bridges 75 Biiire W M team on raid 130 BUrk T iimpsoii samo 225 Brown John same 225 Burgws J H same 450 Hoard Ffllx same 225 Baiter Prod Fame 750 nurbnrd M B auto 900 Italze Coo same 450 Butler AF same 450 Boawull lox game 150 FJakor Tlce Fume 300 Boartnnu G W spine 975 l3irdui Henry tame 150 B kor M V static 600 Bulei T E fcaUiO 450 liutler T E fame 150 Ilutlor T E saute Uu iJur r T 1l mine 450 IkivluB H L wrote 150 Bur ete O L mine 450 rjttn F M Finite 675 Bellamy W B same 000 Board Eeul same 600 Hrtiloy P M same 600 Bailey P M same 450 lijjrd JoLit wtiiie 75- Preusett J A same 1030 Biird JAlane 150 Bninl H A wim J6c Uonn4lt L D Paine 7- 5Rtrd li1 0 stone 750 Ilurop Virgil frbJjno 150 BW Ler E J wiiiu 100 + H rlPII E S w air 75 lhjlnck JIll n tome 150 Itruwu O P uue 150 Brow O P urn 150 Brown 8 C Pulle 11IBoBivfit Slt sinus IlulJoek Joint same 150 I 1 h11 Q M pnnie 450 Brown II E biuaii 600 Brow Wulhice same 000 Brown E B surae 300 Brown S 1 sumo 300 Hmigiu W M Kiune 225 Brown 1J 5L wimeo GOO Urtjwn Will same 600 Hunger Leonard some 130 lUutChoi R A MUM 300 Th nuor f W came 000 J w G M sanif GOO iVilse R L same 150 Baize U L same 300 Baize E C wine 300- Ctuimbornln B S per diem June 190S 300 Same Itiquest GOO Same uoldlng County Court 300 Same digging ditch 5000 Same nor diem 1500 OKIMII ft Co Swi tor Jail 835 Sipsa Md o for Aluwiiouge 7193 COJJWM H id Poiter fcurveying In levy StiUOO Cooper Heriuun work on bridge 223 Cumin t m work oi rond 2252 Ca eblir J P dytiaiuiie c 5888 Cooper Frank team on road 150 Cooper J S rune 225 Crurarw Goo ntne OOICamp Xormaii nnno Citriftihii G J NUuf 37iiICniiip X C snine IICrumesClark W A stinie 525 CiftlR Go tune 300 Coinor OU fctini 450 Condor Uny tame 300 j- Crowo W H wine ilGO i Craig Gt o tame 975 I Coffman W P same 3W iJB Col W y sxiiue 510 cOfJnlll W P Iue 300 i Carter A E same 300ICraig G name Olouje n a same 300 Crave C L eamo 3Nt t Crave C 11 same t t Craven C L same 1 J Calhoun W S s s s7 PalTcrt Cec IiI I d ov 1 3hpjicellor J WFame10oC- ulvert Edgar same 22G Cox O N game J153 Carter Jacheon tame 300 Ciuipiitiui W K same 150 Combs Leslie same 300 Crowe Wm same 300 3obb J C almc JGOO Coppage Wills same 150 Dean W a per diem Juno 1908 300 oooDavis J II team on road 525 Drake J A same 000 I Drake Jas JI same 300 Drake Virgil same 300 DiugJierty W P Eaino 375 Duff C P same 300 Duff Ollle same 300 Daniel Etho same 375 Duncan Chits sumo 225 Duncan Philo same GOO Day Grant same L50 Daniel Mack same i25 Daniel Ira Fame 323 Debruler C W tame 300 Debruler a W same 750 Daniel Chas tame 750 DeWeese Lafe same 440- DttWeese Info same 450 Davidson Anderson same 1050 Daniel G W Fame 4EO Daniel J R same 450 Davidson Chas same 600 Davis J IL same 4jiQ Davis J H same 525 I Dawson I J fame 450 Djwon L J same 225- cl r wv W J same 150 Duncan J M same 300 Duncan Joiin same SL75 Duncan John same 300 Duncan J M same 075- Dunciin Edgar farms 52IDawson Jerry same 150 Divonport R Y arne 100IDiviilion IM sumo GOOtEW n per doui 1500IEVil W H team on road 150 Evans W H Kuno J300 CVIUH E N Ntinu 4 iOO- Ev Hf J R astute 150 j DvKiif C n same 300Ihus J n same Edge L R taiiiu jT5- Everly R B fame 375IEvarly R H same OIZvorly R 1J saute i JI J nie 1DO Il1t1gc300 i F TWT Vm lioard o for prison 11 J5l7b Kurd C E burial Jess Ulrica cuL 120oPVinniwn Ed P roam u road 150 FM aura J W burr 750tIMIx J T same 450- FViijiur j C 51 same 525 Foster JCtH Hlllle 300 I Funk J E satins 900 Fugtt Alvli Eaiiie 1125 i Frfiico V It some 52i I Fnqu H C Bimo UOO j IIirlfIinS171S5 Oilier S Y work on bridge 75 Guff V W team on rtuul 600 I Grlffitn W111p a2r GI1R J ram r 522P fray P W Kiino 3225- Girar 15 C Muiiii 10i1011IOrn A 11 vtuna 5COJ Hiiriftid HwHlil Hdvorlsligo E30S5 20851 liunviir J C work on public road 02657 Harrison Hood Lumber 17M Hurriroa Hood Lumber 33C 1fI G J BltIlrohlJlug for coun 9 I IJIIOltl road C7C I hoops C II carne 000 IeHCr14IHoover J T fume 300 i IIiUiili It L Sine 450 I j HMivnr J R Fame 300 ihuu lion MUSlin Einnc 300 i Hiics It T wane 375 i IliiscK It T tamo 300t I Hflliii W J Sumo 150 HunUrilrsiei R T mmo COO Huinblf AHil Ffme 750 Huiib o ABol same 730 Humble uel scone 450 Mlles O Io wun 4T0 Huff C L tame 300 Hurdar Roy same 300 Hnrl Willie mine 150 Mjr Willie rsune 300 Hill A J same 600 Hoover J F tume 375 Hoovcr H F same 300 Hardy R L Hnme 225 HlntITVintne300 J 1IbHixigli nd W P same 7CO- Hlntou j for T D eame 3 7jblliinton T D sam t 23 Helm W A nr 1 50 InHooverr L saute OOI nJT yt G I aer 11ifrji r v itrf1 3oo- Heni W J eurat tl50 Hurpor r m lairo t3 CO Hill J f1 Fiiae CCO V IiIIv L T ii 2 J j Ilayf o r rc JS 0 a y IHinesJCOO 1 James S 1Fti and J S 5Gter1Nnn 1 labor 3970 Ji Jones H F work on pUbtlcrood 1850 X JoJsston T H scraper lOQb JOi s E n team on road 130 Joues H F same 1060 Jo ttsuii J same 1050 Janitignn V L saito 1500 Jolly John same 300 James W L tame 300 Johnson J E same 450 Jnchson Ed same 150- JohusonW A spine 600 Jarnceun R C satire CW Jocksou Ed samoi 150 James G I same 300 KlKsliipnr Inlin nuldnc brdce 120 Keowu C P luubor 3565 King SI P bnuling and c 1200 King L N building bridge 800 lang L N work on public road 935- Keown Gto team on road 1275 Keown Estil tame 150 Keown Go same 3io Kirk O H Tune 375 King S L saute 300 King John slime 150 King 51F salve 300 Knott W c rune 300 x- Kinrieloe R IL snme 150 Kimbley L A sumo 825 Imbley I1 rime 825 Klmmel D W same 825 Kimbley Chns same 150 KItaieiii HuKkull ttme 600 Knight J L same 5450 LSndley Xu securing road bed 10000- Lewolleru Goo R building bridge 823- Lowolle GOO R rntne 2100 OWI Joiiii T tenet on roul 750 R P saute 300 150I300 Loyd ifI same 90- 0Ic R E Munb OOQ Llndley C A co SaleIacres of good J Ford road one and halt miles from Sunnydale dlrect ly on tho M H E R R Good xlcelyoungfreestone water 75 acres at Davidson Station on the OweiuLcro Lnuth cf the I C R R I GO ncres fine botl ont laud will grow acreslorSprings lasting water bounded or Ii he South i 7 IDwcllngeight rooms new located South ofd Clay street Hartford Ky Price andj terms reafOnnbcI for 1e lion the lowly tea yo nn ugg toduy nnil tnuii jroomOI v good nbou 111 Iz vr ere her tnst or rubMv ll Lays UB lwcxl0r Cluck t n itluck I Day nf rdny wilt ritosK pluck Happy If I polhudu 4S u lay x 11JilL aivii out n brood f JigtjJtggS I i Sho knows no essays nt all v INor Sundays At the clarion call Of Mr Rooster with ti lurch Situ lunges down from of her porch And anon upon u inuring firm Site goes tii hunt iiio uiry wormISue takes n worm a piece of A bug mid makes u i eggs of K That will priEs rnuscr until uwtIIii ecnuuble fry or uinelet And dues sue rest wits tin egg laid And lnungo around benwith tots sired f some tull tree Not much not she She scorns the Blmde of fence undtree i And across Jutted bits and sun Sue keeps tIll hug world on tieruu iAnd ECTJiicnos wiii ter nilwoni feet Uarnyiird and p rdon luuds nnd And wltn iier bill seta ixnicli ixndpoko j The stuff for albuiuM and yule Egg afw egg diy nllnr lIUIIn unobtrusive iui And wlon i or laying I IInuAnd mo pieto de rialsyuuie of I Some boavdliighousroB toast shows I her love Fpr humaiikiud In death Bravo hen Example for roosters and men By Judd Mortimer Lewis FS rr Fi ot i II have found JJucUens Arnica Salvo to be tho r roper thing to usoi eon feet us fuel rs for healing fonf rail and nil uanner of abrjisloi1 wrheij Xr V Stone or IlroperlIthlnsrl m ro REVlHANE OF I LUL Ii nl 111 iLiifcii Refuting Charge Made by Bryan Republicans Friends Of Negro E kAll elluhlnllIlltlte tll1o ru pac J in your valuable pufur to sa i iiate novices iim number of speeche UMlllKm Jennings Biyuu ias tad lljo AfroAmoriwuis mis beitowed presidencies upon tile Republican par ty und leteiveu JauitorbaiiKj in re I turn file stnteifceiu Is absolutely Incori reel This AfrvAmeiican ous receiV ed more recognition under tile UOl veh adiniulbtnuloii than ever before in j cue history of this country That the pliices nave but beeu couliutd to jaw torships will be keen by tile follow lug list fcllOWllig tile OfflflllJ pOflviOLii und occupations of Airo AnicrlcHiis in tie service nf lac UtaOd Sa GovernmenttAuditor of t e Xivy Depnrtlnei- Assismut t District Attorneys Astfs GUi t Llbitritin Arc ictii AKiisii i Po musters Aeslstiiut Wlegiers Avt u t Bookbinders Boi kkeeiiers Collui1 mrs of1 tusioms Colleea Internal RevuiueH Consuls Xcfp 1 Division Custodians Cleaners Castor helpers leisk Counicib tvn wornen Ciirriiigo driven Dmitry CullevTorD of lernal Revenue on eci n yf us Vita I11 1 1 e Collectors of customs Collectors of urivyjss IiejiUy t iifeioiB utusjiis Deputy collector of ntelllltl Revenue Deputy U S Marsliiills Do lueiiKrt sad tieitiT DrHUgilni Envoy Extra Ordliuiry and Iiiiistif plout oiemUHry oxaniiuer of MercunM aite Engineers Elevator Couductore F luws Fctrmers Piruinou Floorhan- GnugarF Guards JiwiUs ol Do pHitiovnts CoiJiposhor Cuiplii1 Helpers Inspectors of Cir ioiiis Imiui great inspectors ImpoMMs jHiifoif hater Crrj ors L LorroUry AscatmI- atbtlrers Minister Resident and Sonsul General Muslchuis Mcsrcugeis Mefe seiiger Boys Xvuuuu upeiiuri 3Jou OJeraInor Pitch Extiinlnei Pi rrf iucu 1reii ittctis IV y CivrltH Pnvia SecroJarles Receivers otpubic ii ich ifteKiSiOi uf 1 roiiHUry Rbgisrs Itidlsjruid Puaulul C tillb Rural Ceiv y t rier Surveyor General SuparinuMiduit of Coijbtructions Sumplers 3ljIlr2 StonograpUers and type writers Store b1eO inen Teachers Transactors ers Wogtin Messenger Tlmeteepl Wrappers Wngon drivers Tae highest salary ppd Auifrinm is received by t Envy j pxunordhmry und Minister Pni4i iionuiieii of tau Unit d ttio o llaytt whoso salary is 1UOCO pct jiiviuiu AiiUinber of Guvuiiiiiij tliiLiili receive frun 2oUj ill jo 9I1oCUIlt 1n tfio aert ice of tie Govorumeuc- txulubive I i f taO nray uud iivy m8 niuro tliiu duUbkd in xc 1c feu years of the Roosevelt Administration uiid tissrviM culary rata cin td Real 3000000 In 1901 10 S000000 I 1908 One of the most iiroinnieiM of Aces is in tu trausury D ft Jca tliiit of Register of luu treasury 111 i been continuously filled by colored UltllolutllltJlItIjtury while under Ucinoumtlc auniiH during il nu tlne ijo Atr Anmricau was considered rvori y t importanceeof tls oIlUo Is iiidleuud the fsct tuat tile signiuno us wet as that of to Trtaeury ut i United UilUOb is iiuneitid to iilliHpei currency issued Ijy tio G visriiific Pund the signature of n colored iuii has thus been ono of too wo nat attached to every piece of paper moicy itsued under Republlcun iiri mUilstrutlon sluce 18S1 wjun nIK Bruce was appointed IJghfIf tie Treasury while under Doinofrru ndmlnlstration Ue names of W tU democrats were substituted when Rose crans and Tillmiin retti ecfuly Will appointed to that position Ft1JcG W DANE rWittce Orders Ohio County Court regular term 1st day September 3 1903 lIonI vr B Taylor County Judg pjcsi in6Ito nrpearius to tho satisfaction cC the Court tLut the Fiscal Court ot Oalo County by majority of tho mem bers comjioting too same SPB here tofore decided that 1Itc fond 10 re Bulato tee running of tiotk rt Ijrge n Olo county Kentucky sitll ire confined to the votlcs iTftlncis i tram anrr SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH iREPU LIGANS ASK INDORSENENT 1 1 i The American farmers welfare IS SB Important as that of wage eariters 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 awe favor Us extension until OVer community in the land receives the full benefits of the postal serviceqol1ntrysroads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at tae rxl ease of the abutting owners In this work we commend tho giv M G practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound baste on which our com= needslRepublican policies as tho recent safe passage ottbe American people through a financial disturbance which if appearing in the midst of Demo cratlc rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Demo cratlc panics of the past Wo congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of a complete restoration of businesss pros verity in all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratlc opposition and enforced it after Democratic dereliction But ex perience has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and control over and secure greater pub llclty in the umiaagement of that class of corporations engaged in Inter itr state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies f The Republican party declares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff I by a special session of congress immediately following the Inauguretion off tho next president In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection is best main tamed 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 j We favor tho 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 tho minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of protection at homust ba 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 Intcgrl ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule ol otlinjunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without no tlco except where Irreparable Injury wpuld result from delay in which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that males for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad wageworkersI R a- In the interest of the great mineral industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mining vigorousJa against and discriminations furf amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of tho commission but maintaining always the principle at competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by anynjeans whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as prevent the future oVerlssue of stock and bonds by Interstate carrJerS Wo 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 ot congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leadership In the legislative department to keep step in the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible fllbusterlng of a Democratic minority in the house of representatives during the last ses iilon many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted thejTho Republican party is committed to the development of a permanent currency eysiciu 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 consistentrrlonllWe declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement in loter and spirit at the thirteenth fourteenth and flfeenth amendments- to the constitution which were dlslgred for the protection and advance aimhisand repugnant to the supreme law of tho land ofr I party could be en DemJs t Iir quires retiewhich possesses the capacity to put them into operation said county and it further appearing that W H Reid and 27 other legal voters of Prentls No 30 voting pre cinct and J II Taylor and 48 other legal voters of East Beaver Dam No 13 voting precinct have filed their ceveral petitions herein praying an respec1tlvopurpose of taking the sense of thole gal voters in each of the said precinct upon the question whether or not cattle of any description shall be per preI 1tpofJlled with that Court tho sum of to defray the expenses of the olcction in each of the said precincts Jt la therefore ordered and adjudg ed that said question be submitted- to tho voters of said precincts at the regular election November 3 1908 and the officers of the regular electloi are directed to open a poll at each and all of thin voting places In said pre cincts in Ohio county Kentucky for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the legal voters In each of the said precincts upon the question whether Qtyanytheir respective voting precincts qeStlon days before the said election In at leats four Issues of the Hartford Re publican a newspaper of general cor culation In said county Tho Coun ty Clerk is ordered to have printed on the ballots of each of said precincts the question For or against tberunIning at large of cattle In Prentls and Fast Beaver Dam voting precinct i Ohio county Kentucky naming the t precincts on each ballot ACopy Attest j W S TINSLBY 1 t 12t4 Clerk Ohio County Court I H xs m oQtf ttm 7 L +tv R if rurr 10r ifvbtf illr1 AJffr t c IIAIfA A A4IAI 14rUE q fI rMDE COZfitllAlSClIOfROF THE S ijjY iQGl1ESIrefi ss1 BPji Me f ty S UNIVERSITY BYIINGGRIN t b A T IU ti y EXPERIENCE OF ONE iWi ADVIl L I d Our Covreshinditt fells liS Cf ills 5ucctss dka SoothSayer Prod I guW Is 1011lmOll to tnhukin only is t1U matee of Ilvlrg advice Advlte s 0ursule intuui y tI gvI- nsn of wlach rioJLey7 t4o recipIent without Iunoversiirg tie giver All apparent Interest In the welfare or Our fri 1Jdll iurnlsles us Il elatltltlll pretext fur iii erthg our superior wis door by givig tlpm advice Iu 110 othor matter or hunun lutolc0urse i- io much good lnleuded turd su niUei mischief ncomplshed tit III 111 of giving ndvlcto Hud lI tlllI bocaua the art Is so little nIderswell 11111g i ago loarued fiat giving itdvlcu Wall IL I fine art and IlH tine seituuls tfad fret ten but luo upon a I turned IIJ a study of te tnt with the pntonrr of- It pidlosopher and with the enthuslasn of II new conven lvlt Il glOAnlug pity for 1 Imperfection find silortslSltdllCSR of men ill general I hEld long dispenser my superlhr wisdom wIth tin eye single to the welfnrdof the utlviecd hut with rosults so disignpolntlug tout 1 tray about to tlecrce tte total UIIi Wortill1eH of tho human race inner- It occurred to ate to puc the IIl1ttterI to the test of llllnlollHy uuit experi once And now out of experenct- turd experiments I iuive euvulved II solution of true rerplexhig probleru of the perplexhtg problem of giving ud vice find skull recuumit tI few of titese ofltillsYears ago I hud tL Mend Wl0S0 wll tare I cuusldered us my own mutual atttlchmcllt wus a flutter ofI comment among our acquaintances In a burst of confldece he told me one might that he was going to marry a certain widow Knowlllg the ten dorness bf n lover I advised him III n diplomatic WilY titt the widow wasnt a tIt person to become his wife that hr character was questionable I wondered wily ho never asked me to his house A few months later when hilt wiS owwlCe run away wIth It tiehacker I expected him to come to mo with an humble upolog for not tolowing my friendly advice but Instead he publicly of atd- 1ng and abetting the elopmenti Another friend whose esteem and confidence I hud never had reasolito- queetlon i during an Intimacy of many years conceived tile laudable aspini- tlon to run for the nomination of our party for It county office butI before unnuunv1tg his cltlldldacy I half way across tue county to get ray Jidvloo In the matter He said lieI knew I was skiFed lu touch flatTerS and being his devoted friend would advice hint freely frankly and wisely I felt Immensely complimented I had Em put away his horse and lodge with me for the nIght so liS I told him we could go over t11e matter thoroughly After supper we got dom to businCt6 and congraututtugat tna4 on being able to lave my friend tileI 1t1I waste of lI1uch time save money a lot of l1umJlIIUol1 by advising 111111I not to run I wus renlnlco about it told how It was late amend the people were pledged ttc but thought It he would get out early the next time be would be it sue winner He looleI ed dlopllOlnted I felt that WilY He suddenly remembered having n pressing bushcsa engagement It lila I home vjllage early tile next morn ugauno mount of persuadbngcould Induoo hint to remain over tl1 morn lug Of courso to went on and inade the race Wfll hOlnle2sly beaten IIndIi charged Tale personeiiy wtll tlln retat and bas been every sine any j WIEIdomrriends and malting five InuHI111 crci mles I began unking tine itforesnd 111 yet tlgationu turd as It result I inllI out just wItat my friends want to do and advise tuem to do It and ruty over dlBastrlou8 tht interprlse phlns ufterward my out they are forever friendsSome instances 4 widow ot name wealth bad tin oily dntltcr A I man vulture whose oiled hair waxed mustache and smooth shaven IHu I made him good to ook upon persist ed In suing for the widpws daughter The neighbors sharing my now ills carded netloneiibout phliutht0plcad- ilce untledl and per steiith urrnd- bet widow not to allow her pure rounS laughter U assucate wit too VU- lture I dldnt volunteer to advlc her but waited ttl she come to mesh wine come with tears and an cot SbVsad the neighbors wore vulture we pounding about UIC Idnt call him that t1lenlInd aha wanted my advice f knew the widow knew ho had lAVery ricn maiden w who had already squandered a fortune on the vulture so 1 told tier to let- he noighlfors be hanged and have her daughter to marryy it legacy riud trust toluck a tprovidence tin the vulture toquiotl down loiter he mar l4I mend Ste paid red as sUnny 10 It A tr 1 f I j i 11 r Mitsfilg idofnZi and- Ozerburtlenetl Wonlon- In j all jtatlons of life whoso vIgor and vitality may have been undermined and I broken down by overwork rxnctlnt social duties too frequent bearIng ofIchildren or other causes will find In Plercoa Javorlto Prescription tho most potent lnvigor tng restorative strength giver over oevised for their special bonoIfit others w find It es ly valuable I sustnlnlnr ell tfclth ulsbmentforyIli find It Ii priceless e the I ingtaocnndltlniaIllcate71wt i 1teak women who suffer from headnchc3 back ache draggingdown distress low down i lrregthtressed sonsatiun In stomach dizzy or spotsflontlng I pelvic catarthnj draIn prolapsus nnto rllSPlnce1mentitoms find rdlrt and a cure by persistentlyDrIlercosFavoritcVrarcrlption I I This worldfamed rpcinc for weaknesas uull lxcuilar pure glycerie extract of womansI tIe medicinal roots without a alcohoi In Its tts ents printed In plain Lngllrli on Its bottle wrapper anti attested under oath Dr i Incqthatlonagentsknown prattllO I weakncslCs and alllncnts- If I you want to know moro about the composition and rofosslonal endorse I ment of Ihn Favorlto send llercolIUlrlllo I lag or samn You cant afford to accent nR a snbotl Uto for thl reintdytt knoicmcrmIosltlun I cwmpua4thou sue had WooLlItlllIldllg all tie Ihw that It were best but jilu just wac ell my advice Ono night the vulture WUI at illlln nod next morning ate awns gone ThO neighbors vita OliO accord guUlCret1 i Intu to soy to time widow I tod you so Again in tours the widow cute to ntc and salt It looked Jlke I was the only friend she had In the world and wanted me to advice her what to do I told her there was a law to rune men kkeep their contracts marriage or other sorts and advised her to find the party of the first part The widow had tile money and I had the tune and thu taste fol travel and as her only friend of tours I was sent on the chase I nevel found the vulture but I saw much oI my native land sacrificing the widow wealth without soerlCleng her good wUr and besides I hoe n rich fri nd to help mu In tunes of need I Another easetnut of tL young mull- h i relative and u very close friend or- tuhlt I lit un early ago lnaerited sev Haul lIundred dollars In cash and forth whit decIded to go west lho rest o- his relatives begged plead urged am- thremitened ititn WlllIed him to bu Farm amid settle down Hu cline t- mls tuck about t I knew his mint was trade up to I advised lUll to go Told him oAlrortuuittes In the wes were away mwad of those here ant beIng n young elan It was just the Thing for hIm to go out uIII grow uj- with the country He stayed with tue time flight before starting mind UIK purtfng words were Wilt hu lI was did think mule of mu titan any tlm- trest of ids kinfolks Several hiuuthi afterwards it foot sore and seedy look traveler knocked on bity door one ling nlsut It was may lakentut I- bade him a hearty welcome and gave- tutus some cold hash I td him iii- uxpericncti wus worth mille than ht paid fur it amid I imam still lays fa11ttk- hlsn1oln The morn stolind out flint what Four friend If set oh doing Advice aim to do It and what ever the rMults Ito is over lItcrwurd rtidy to umkt- my sacrifice to servo you J Ii THOMAS CASTOaXABe- alltteThe Kind You Kane Always BOUJ- IItliigaetare pof A Cure for HOI Cholera Hug Choloraa of Swine Plague us It Ist- OI11ttimelJ called Iss u IitgLly cOllta- glous rlllorder Whelm U hug shows any syniptouts of this dlsC1w he should be isolated at nice amidtiie pen fumigated In order to save the other hogs Jr possible Ux one pan Sloans LinIment Wlth wo Parts JIll rote a bottle and give every sick hog a tablellOOUfUl of this nixturo night and morning for turets- btys Slolins Llnltnout is a powerful inieepte klllH the disease germs roOtJ1CS all rpflaminatlon uhf mitts IS tonic to time IIl1luIUI- IA J reCartlsy of ldavillo Inl11 ryaMy hpgs had hog cholera three lays before we got Sluans LlnilDen- twllch was recommended to rue by 1- negbbor who was using It with sue eelS I have used It now for three lays and my logsrQnJII1 lt well before Vie Lin sfnce1Mrmitesi l ad tour pigs that were oughing and were not delngwel I avetho some of SipansLtnlmeatand they sot better ot once 131oaqsbook on HorseCatUe Hogs and Poultry sent free A4dress pr Earl S SloRnDoton Mae r r- It I tt BELiEVES HIM LONG LUST BROTHER lR putUcan National Cairman Hitchcock May Find Relative Spokane Wash October 17Wi1l1u Curtis IiitcFcock is IL umitttc of Suru1- 111t Oouutyi Oulu wsoro no Was 11011- 1II years ago avnu nun 1uxhld overt Pzcafle Noti weal tncu ISb2 Li KIrc- Lc gold tinully retsing u Wailf idaro In the heart of the Coeur- dAlunes Olllt or t3polmue I tilt jusn a latched a long fetter to Fronk 1I1ttII cock C uirhtmin uf tLc Itellublit- Nationa Couunltce WIO jo snys III his youngest brother Tills Is tile first intimation of his whereabouts Lo JlIIII glen Ills fanby II 3Q years Hlcueock It u pioneer of the Jrth- wot lie cauue tle Coenr dAleno- In 1S9G w0rhirig on various propoab several of WltIC1 h located HI lit dlscovured a doom fortunes for uterfl but aU he hus to show for His 11ft of toll III the mines Is tut Inlrl Ht 11- n producer and It smal peneiuu Wlllri was graued reverul yeas nga Hot ever ho is happy Ills hfIJtl Is nu rig good Oil Jo Vodka It sluuld bo at His age but 1e guts IlIOUIIII to 11lly mud wears tile dlgmilty of ions 10llg Faara so ensity that tlnUllltlr IIIVIJI- IIUlllloct alma of holllS In to nboetle He is mw straight lIB ufr Indian hII yea are clear mild strnog tIs volt steady IIn time faculties ronluln tndh paired Hitchcock lived n Ohio amid the Itt lie East uutti 183 when fit shorn for Uo gold fields of CallColull Ullt titer J11ultlig uud losing several for tunes lie returned to Otdu nltere hI- fUllIfild In 18i6 HIli wife lived mw 0 ears leaving ami InCliut son UuW h- Ing In St Louis whom ho has lIot seen In tour decades After losing ill ho laud III tile panic of 1557 HItch rock returned to the colts and IU never been buck lSL shtce- Tne veteraul nitner was a Imuuher If- Cl1Inlo1 n Flint Oregon lufllllI finding It uecessury to ten Unce kilns recruUlIg agents n sintill rIctJtm- III regard to ids ago to collie WItI in the prescribed Imat lie is a 11111 wart Republican In politics and cur ducted the Republican dub rooms In Portland for six years when Brim Hal lint called the Klllg of Oregon 1111- 1a stage between Portland and Rost- Barg Senator Mitchell was his lie- lJonal friend and sought to rewards political services zi my times hut he said Even when he oIfeltd III- o post it Clmum wwmlt a good rnhtr- ttucaed I turned It duwn I Imev- eainlrered lor offIce r have been digging into toe par tll least tumit I mid tmhuust rOrguUn- he said totle wrltel It few days ngt and I am positive trtLt Frank HltN cock Olifltnuaim of time Republican Na t01l111 Cuctmittee is my youngest brut el There wew seven of UKllIluk ifs tile svuntlt sell HIt mllldll min WIl Harris Ail tIt 1 know iliou him Is that he lie It graduate of Hill vurd and Columbia illiit hIt Inclhw ions rut toward pulittes Ho lIlItl- be ubuut 41 of 42 yours of age uuw I buve hot bad it letter feomim nil ur writtell to llhn In 30 ycma mutt yesteldll when I wrote a oug loge to make certaIn tlf what I ant pusltiv Is tluetJIIt he is my brother I IIlO wroto my son and um loolnpl forwltT1- to INltlng U reply Sheriffs Sale The Commonwealth of Kentucky to- tho Sheriff of Ohio county We command you that of tile es tato of Jacob Chancellor and Julm- nrodwickJ you cause to he mad tho sum of five hundred and eighty do11rs which P K Newton late In our Ohio Circuit Court lecoerul- ugalnst them for debt with J per cent interest thereon from the 22nd duy- of November 1907 until paid also them of 18790 which to the salt plaintiff In the said Court was ndjud- ged for costs In that suit expended whereof the said defendants were con Ieted as appears to us of record and U tat you have tho SlIDe before tile Judse of our lair Court on the 1911- dllY ot Sept 198 to render unto tin said plaintiff the debt Interest oni costs aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness E G Darrass Clerk of said Court this 11th day of August 1908 Credited by 3065 Aug 1906 on cost Attest E G DARRASS Clerk LevIed the within execution upcn the following described real estate vlz Ono lot In the town of FordsvlUe Ohio county Ky situated on the North side of WallaCo Street und boulded as follows Deglnnlng at n stone on the North side of sold street then N 20 E 200 feet to u stone thonN 70 W 100 feet to n stone th en S 20 W200 feet toJt stone then S 70 E 100 feet to the beglnnlngbelg same property conley- toed John DroaderlckbyJcnDl Trav era on Sept 2nd 1899 and recorded In Ohio county Clerks office in Decd- S l Y Dook 23 page IOJ I Alto itraOcr lot In tLo town or I Fordsvule O ro county Ky bounded- tui fellows lleginuig Lt a stone onI North side of Owonsboro UJIICtlt1 ROad ten N S Ii i8 feet w tretB- OUUtCrn boundary line of the Irvin ton Dnccu of the Louisville St Lou load Texas Italroad thence N S4 W 104 feet to a atone tl1C1I O S Ii W 91- V thretS P5 I 101 foot to tO blIg nning lIeing some rot conveyod 1Q 5 J llroaderlck by J J Roberts ion Juno 20th 1905 and recorded In th I County Clerls office Deed Boolei 33 rage 3G os tlo property of J IllOarlerkk by going upon tald property 11111 nofyfng tie agent of said Druaderch of saId levy Tlis 17 day of August IDOS IRU MARTIN Siteriff POLLARD D S 1 NOW THEREFORE I R D Martin Sheriff of Ohio county or one of- rny deputies wl1 pursuant to the foregolllg toi Fit expose fur sale to trw highest mind best bidder at the Court house door In Ilmirtiord Ky on Monday the 2nd day of oernbtr 1908 at about one oclock p m I w911 ofter for roue to rJcGIrS dEscribed tract or parcel of hind or so much thereof os many he necessary to satisfy plaintiff P K Newton debt In terest mind cost Said sale will bt made upon tt credit tJf sIx months the purchaser being requIred to exccutt bond tmmmedimt ely after save for tnt amount of the liurcllase price with good and sufficient surety bearing Interest front date iWltnlss my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county this 1st tiny October 1905- It n MARTIN S 0 C She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Fmnk na Maine says I like good things end have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good amid tlo their work without making a fuss about It- rhese painless purifiers sold at an- drugglsls 25c m StULLUOU left over fom last tveek- A4 ih t R n ltennett Hnrt ford filled sfrncregulerappomittmnnt for tae ClltuJng yunr i lhluttliySuu luy He Ives u SUts or Mr Vlrge CUrtIs tII dmiibr- Mr Juno Uenllett hits resigned his place liS Secretary at SmanitouH Sun lay Seh101 and will leave Wednesday for Lit where ho las a p01lltlon wrtii the telephone company We regret to give John up tor he Is one of our rust worthy young men antI will be rattly missed In tile Sunday School hud com a uutty- JUss Etlel Hunter Is R guest 01- 111r sister Mrs Jus S TmunneI min Ucll for n few days I Ur mind Mfrs JUl S Trunnell and uildreu Susie Roy maul Elnelt were t a0 guests of their linllJlItK M5 amid 1i1s Robert Huutsr amid slsler Mrs- I C Drulte and otCI relatives here Itlt week Miss Mary liuht Utica spent last seek a guest or Miss Ethel Hunter lh and Mrs Elk FultlrIon wl11 nut r to the tome of their paarents- ih mind Mrs Seth Iiunttr In tliti near i utureh and Mrs 0 W Qerltultli atlenI lastlIIt council at Equality Ill and Mr S W SundllYI welo Uw guests of Mr I JlIIure Sunday I air Alunzo France Is building anew barn 1h ill fhmlhmek has built fI now nt- dition to his house amid a nlro eranI 111 III IlOlit tvhdch acids grtuty to I 11J1 aim furs llllhlo Vitnrnty wIlt hits been I I felt for qulo a widlo It not 111i well I Mrs Sam Murton who lots been tlulu sick Is better I Jir liormaun Dttrnnd wln hitis hymn I 11ultp nil of tIIwhl lever has rl- cIIrlll mind wlll rtlllll to hIt ilomei- a Louisville next WUlhledll stiri S IS Hunter attended ttce IlrlltllIctfd tlletlilg lit Ccmral Grove unduy Notice to All Interested It having been ordered by the Ohio runty Union of the A S of E at Its last meeting that wo act hS roJ Ivers reorganizers and organizers of locals wo destrro to slate that any mnmunlty or local desiring I arrnngingll vices may procure same by I notice for a meeting and giving us a weeks I S L STEVENS PresI DAVID MORELAND ExIres- WHITESYILLE left over from last week Oat 2LMiss Mary Hllrdln of Dean Iteld visited ut Mr C A ICe11ys lUll IIInr 1U5t i du 111 George MIdht11asmuved a I fathera farm near town IMI Pete Russelburg hits wovcd In to I ERri pf Mr John IIorsell1rtDSb- OUIC f I tEv AlientNelghhoni dud rr GEa- orentlull hit3 m from town to t r it a 1 iLC01tOL 3 PER CENT Aig PrepJrtlonfcrAs slm btiglislb0dorQSaI- rofao J S tMtliof islligeslitnLFrerfd r ssaadliesLContalnstcifsr- Opitattxinrpttine tv rkaur- alNarNARcorlc i JitriwIJt1VJJSMlZm11 j iJjJ I ApafeclllemedyforCtmslipa I Ian stonvulsimsFau 6b Oessaa1LOSsoFSrrn15craac NEW YORK ktar ttec- a Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof r- Use For Over Thirty Years ATOR1AF OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUE3tICK and Louisville Herald135THE RKPU1UCAN Louisville Daily Ntirald 325 TRa REVUNIICAN OuurierJournal 150 TUE REPUEMCAN and St Louis OlobeDemocrat 175 THE RlwmuccAN an Homo Farm THE REPURflCUC and Lippencotts Cosnitmiilitan 325 lKI REPiJ MH and lwicea Week Owenshoro 1 nquirer 175 THE RRSUHucu Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPtlLCtN and TwiceaWeek Oboro tlemanger 175 THE RElUBLICAN National Magazine 15C TUE RElUULlClN Taylor irotwood Magazine 150 Tm RwmnCAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29YEARSif Honest Business Reputation = bitisb- itIctONt1KENTE SOLD BY US bt bit kEO LIISCIIEt SONS E u lPROPRIETORB = b Owesnoro Monumental Works E 4 4Z414EMabnSt Yardsl42l62IBClayStU OWENSBORO Ci GetOur Prices and We Guarantee to You on All Good Honest Wont44Money W Lliitiita C3nD where they will a crop Dirs C A K01txT nd three ynnng emit sons her father SIIlurdy night und Sundtty Mr rank humming went toO weir boro Monday Mr LaVega Cemments spoke lien butt TiIghm- LMr N P KdlQ oL the Grove r b n ood JIIII ids new i + ouit- ilhaut cutuploted tnd ipusahcady 1110VO- i tuit Mr C A Kelley wait in 1Iartfor ion last Sutnrl1111 Mr Willie TattJ 0 DOasan WWII In town Monwty The new rock road from hero ti- Okbthomrt Is about tnstpleted- Mop Allen or Morehouse Mo J vlslrnr her parents Mr anti 1m John ROtllch or BaJpb- Illr J D OiarnberS or JInwesvllh will epeokhel t tonight in liel1u1f ut the Ibepubllcai IsulT- Mr DF llroohs and son will moro into their new brick store the first of next week Mr A P Xeflny waa In town on For and Children tWe OSIITAYN OOAT nor YOAR CITY and Rnd and 12r and and and and Save bhp VIs1Ud Sligar Wnle Ibuslnlt last Friday tfr George Brooks oft Monday I evening for Evansville where ho will buy goods for his new store I Never before was water scarcer dud dust more plenul In WhltcsUle than at present Hotam Thlp We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- wardI for any case of catarrh that cannot 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 in all business transactions and financially able W wary out any obigtiuus made by his fIrm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7Gc per Lowe Sold by un druggists rake Halls Family Pills for const inllon m j iiIt Hartford Republican tC M BARNETT EDITOR s =ruQttiCum lendrQRoneh 21yr Orr FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 REPUBLICAN TICKET IHOXof OhlIFor Vice PresldcntIIHON JAMES of New York I For Member of Congress Fourth Dist 1DR DAVID W GADDIE of La Rue County Vote for Taft Taft and Sherman is the ticket Taft has an eclipse on Col Vat tersous rainbow I You wll mild lugcabin first I column on toe ballot irernieIousl The latest deflnaiion of Inactivity is not voting on coction day i Mr Uryan sprjuig tie buylngtae i lecton bugaboo a little earlier thou usual A vote for Taft is nvote for a re turn of good times and business ac tivity The War couds of the future mise to be u flock nf airships on trrl horizons I Mr Wntterron II HP earned tie country for Bryan bune hundred thousand rainbow i The real test of polilcal candidates as to wnich one Is ttn working mans friend wil1 corns offer tn election I If everythliig that is put off until after the eectlon goes througti tHis is going to be a good place to live in Mr Archibald would do the country a favor by issuing a bulletin contain ing the names of the mibought states men Mrs Howard Goud snys Ler husband tried to starve her by cuttng her allowance to 0000000 a year 0 wnat a brute I Mr Kern had an explanation readI when he lost his railroad pass butt what will he say when he loses the state of Indiana The Iowa farmer who has Just sold his corn crop for 230000 might be a good man to head a company for the advancement of conditions among city folks I Tammanys enormous political power Is shown by the fact that there more voters registwed In New Yorkl- cty for tae coming election tuna in the whole Mule of IchlganI An Injunction against a Virginian to restrain him i from removing bodies from a grave yard It Is not slated in whicH polit lea partys interest he is working The people of tie Southern states have for many yours fondy imagined tnat they wero bile iknt1eunionNowi tiiey know it Mr Taft having carried his campaign tour South of the Meson and Dixon line It has been a custom of Democratic omtora and paitenjln contending furl tho farmers vote to awurt tout tln prolvutlvo mrlffns coniitructed by to Uepulillctitti patty offered no nld tul the farmer Tto Uliglny tariff bill approved July 24ta 1807 impose a duty of Cetw per poiiid oti btittur retti i per dozeR on eggs 2Getr per biiB nl 01 i wheat and potatoes luots on onrti and lfcti pur count on WbltClJ IIHJ j duffles are K1 thrca curd with rfltlfJHII nlQuld tie Democrats tsuccpcd vi pow or in t sl nation 1 to fninw wht want to rut riu tln prr cabal to is pprjduwn mould vote for iir Tfi M the corning elec tot TOMJ will duBirn ticr eiitovalHnd to IN lurown j In compo tin wjih nil Ilet products from forign rouniritu feioud IUllllorti Mr IJryau nid Ue U inooratic Thv Hartford Heraid never gets anything right Tiiig week It undertakes recentylsaying icy instead TMs IH about an far in the direction of the tniUi as fe Her aid Uiunl y gets Tim fact Is iu tj tine editor of tnls paper teas at aj Kingtf of PythUs lodgo melting WI tbe night Mr Proctor pope at tm courthouifp und io hud informed Xirj Rarrasr the campaign chairman of his inability to trend tie speaking1 wlei Tire flour was changed on uctI count of some spec work wlth which- lie was engaged at the lodge Since we come to think about It however b Fill what sort of attitude dots the Herald place itfolt hi vfrltii It criticises a- Reputllicf1n for not ai mdlng a Re itlblican meetlngj Tilts Stan at Terre Iante Mr Tafts spcccn at Terre Haute on lajuucuoi kind Judges was ice cioaresi cut the soundest toe bn v K and ti uIpaguIt was es pait I but 0 IIwithxpuuoditjg tau IHW vognrdint or I Clamor or opuoahlon No Americanl iiizen can rend the tlouc lie be Republlou Democrat Sad illrt- er Iiidep ident without admiration fo- ria exposition of tie Juql rgits of ill cUuMM before the law If Mr Taft had made this same Utterance lu tte fame spirit two months ago Indiana would not have been so close as it would not need to IMS camj wlgned trougkIFederal Judges as another Judges must not be ve repreientaivrs ol lasses of men or of Kptiinl inter i The fccnles of Justice IntlH be kept is- even i balance and te imuper rg s must be ustecuio let t ore of iu mil lonalro The rerllngi of biwies Iii boring nitii IIIUKI Iw no moe nerdxi- taan tie nntagouitiM of riJlwpy otfi dais caught rebatsug orfiegnwrH uf oorlotiu ns under he puwtiiwiu aft- I fine for illegal IIClI Eugene Dobt Jorn D RxHrff II rI- Paul Morton and SHinul Gotlf1 w e j dentictil lu prrilonal rig t in t e clear sight of Juitlce iiid befoiv t I majesty of tre Taw JUH ileslrnsof any eat of uii bUld1 ed with spedfcl selfli t Incct Le to i control or Intorfwo with tw Courts tOe administration of JuHi wiM noj- be tolerated for n moment by e voters of tm Uirtied StlltCIIINo PresidoiitlMl enndtdtue should ow his election to clique or bands or lasses to predatory interests of eier tioie who awe luoiicy or ti 00 wo desire to lost rrs tsui wea tu otiion have earned Tnt proistitutlng of tow to Serve the mob or fe debituciiig nf Omni to shield tiie rictt run rave no ux stonce in tin United States x t Mr Bryan by conning out as dearly as Mr Taft on this Important IEUO ol impartial Courts and judiciary cart irmly bind both candidates to tHe cause of lawa nd order tie prefer ration of iienoiial rignts imrt pereon i1 property LUre Bryans coininand of direct English speech is well known and It Is In ills power in a few sentences to place himself before the people The Democratic partyhas always stood firmly against mobs and oasses It hits ever been tine champion of even and exact Justice to all men Cincin nut inquirer Second Term of Hartford College Opened Mondas New students entered Erwin Now bolt of Davless county and Courtlaw Taylor of Select and Miss Ethel Hatcher of Centertown were among tile Jew students who entered sccuiM ou Monday Several others are exi Jctll W enter next week l o number of nonresident students is muti urge than was expected fort flK yfir and- is increasingLast written examination closed the first quarters work TIM results of the examinations arc us a whole very satisfactory mid show that good work is being done in every department Report cards will be sent out within a few days and toe leaders uf tie verloug clauses fwd graJis will lie announced In our next ittu ptr tns lire again requested to carefully xamlne and sign cards Tne tuiiilnary report of all testers Jill tile frcond month Is as tol lows enrolmoiit 252 average uuinlwr of pupil atoediuitai day 23- eitsl nttmbur of ass of rnrdlnoM 3S per tent of nttcnrtiiuie bund on Leo longing D5 per feat el ueidamfc wMMl on enrollment 02 Prof Gray will rotpond to cals fror eacrurs to speak III various tmrwd tau county OB tuo New SCMOI Lv v County High Scjoolg and their Jnflu Once nail cducHiioniil progrcub in 6e end Tom Hamfton wno gas bco u iele- IIf typhoid fever ot hat home nwr Adaburg tins we sire glad to announc covered anti will Soon reenter ticltllll Several Vtuduntn visited UVer rn poctve homes In the county Isat Sat- tuduy and Sundiiy Among tc num bur were Gilbert Bell and Eno lleivy who visited at Pleasant Ridge L N GltVY- J Notice I am just in receipt of a letter from CornImissionexaminations be held at Hartford Oho county Kentucky pn Saturday Nov i 1908 Any one desiring to taketnls examination will please call at my office for the necessary bluultp width tanks and application must the Civil Service Commission RurI Carder Division tYashirelcn D C QJ or before Wednesday Oct 28 M L HEAVRIN 19SI itl- HITCHEIL REPUDIATED v FALSE STATEMENTS- Did rsIIndate I I I From Courier Journal Oct 21 Indiana obis Ind Oct 20 oTir I Miicftell foiutior preeidbnt4gtre United Mine Workers of Arteru to j day turnlsjod tso fob owing EiaMntu i id the Associated Prow During the past few days I iiave re calved numerous inquiries train t ere i tarles of our local unions In reference to a Roster containing un enlarged I llcnckEs of myself below whiisIp- rlntod what purports to be uuietrr i with tile bearing upon tai arcs j tVeieti COrutunnjposters be malied for distribution r It IB obvious that these posters Save boon received by many if not all tLUi soroBtnries of our local unions It U apparent that us they were tent out by me and the assumption IIJ that 1 am attempting to dictate or at least to influence the manner in which ur members should tote To tuose who know me best it thou lie unoecefrsaiy to soy that I would loot be to tacking in uaodatly ins to to the local unoasoftlie Unltrd Mine Workers of Atioricii pictures of myself een ttiougn I desired to eutr vey to them an expression of my political opinions In order to remove any misunder standing ttat may exist 1 take tits moans of informing our mmnbors tr I have not mailed or authorized any tine else to main to any member of of fleer and poster containing my like ness or giving expromion to my politl tnesovtewjauthorized by tie Executive Com cil of tno American Federation of La bor Only u short time ago a Wcoky pa per published In too city of Buffalo printed what purported to be aielt gram signed by mo declaring unequi vocally for one of the presidential can didates and with equal emphasis voic teleIgramw culation wos not written by me or by my authority I never saw It or heard of it until it appeared In tlc coumns of the publcaton referredto I have borne patiently with this lullrepresentation and have hesitated to say anything by way of correction because I feared that to do so would be to furnish anoJier opportunity for garbling what I taid nod tits place Inc In an even moro embarrassing sit I union and might thus convey the im Illrel lon that I was not in full sym party wth the efforts of the working people to secure remedial legislation for the wrongs of wnlcn they corn plain But mutters have gone to far that I cannot in Justice to my own i conscience terrain silent while others use my name In tiffs unauthorized man Ipeakrwarranted liberties being take my t name Therefore I avail myself of this means of communicating to all I who may be interested tide explana ton and expression of my views As I understand ilo policy of Uio American labor movement and UleI action of the United Mine Workers America It is unit me organzatiou lof labor is not committed to any poll I tical party tint tilt worklngmen of America are endeavoring w tar its is in tfeir power and without regard to political affiliations to olft to i iUblc office Bonn ado inembors of trades unions or other candidates who are known to be In bympiify with the political Iud hiriuKriiil reforms nocofsary to the protection and preser vntfon of the interest of we wage earners To this end I have written loiters of recommendation and shall willo others urging our fellow workers jfl I support trade unionists and frlundrfof the trades union movement who lAvo been nominated for official positions Mr Mitchell liore mentioned several non whose candidacy for tio lower house of Congress fo favored uud continued as follows It seems to me that Inasmuch nth the manufacturer the mercantile lie i professional and to a lesser extent thu agricultural nndcven tile leisure classes ute so well and so numerously represented in our Stne and national trrouldjteostrong men from the ranks of Ja bor whose training and experience are iucnas to enable them to present lu an latellgeni and forceful manner ueI needs and requirements of that great divIsIon of society which Is least abS to protect itself When nl factors are tints represented we can expect fuh4 general IcciKlitiorf rs is essential dp the welfare of tno whole Nation l Jir SUCh special Jaws as arc necessary protect the Interests of each scifurfyto division t 4 I am pure that I shall not be criargHi 1 I t JJ LETTERS FROM WOMENT1i About PeTuna btwa 1DAfJ l t16AcI dcur1 e MRSCLARA L MILLER MRS MAIIALA REID aIMRS S L JEWELL U u Af Tlio following testimonials represent actual experiencrf of everyday life They are the truthful utterances of I women who havo been ill and have found a reliable remedy In Pcruna It means npreat deal to tbe women of America to bare at nand a remedy capable of giving such relief AtI natintrheumatismkidney trouble bronchitis and a nost of other catarrhs conditions arc relieved by Peruna ff IIMI tliis Is what tho women say They have no object in saying such things except to render truthful testimony to tliiir suffering sisters j Pcruna la maktiig such frlends every day Itis thotestimony of tlio people that ban made Peruna no Justly famous lwv Chrorc Bronchitis V rs Clara L M Iller Itox 71 Columbia fast Snttle Wash formerly vice pre- sII of SiiMiy Country Club writes Nine bottles of Pcrttnd cured me of a- pr trrcted Cass of bronchltH There Is fro ippcrlor remedy that 1 know of as the not Ion of Pcruna on the rasa motor system of nerves is very beneficial It Increases the tono of the system and aids nature to perform her functions I have recommended it to a number of my friends who speak in the tame Ulli terms of it I have certainly round it a most oflicncioug medicine Kcrvous Tired and Weak Mrs Christina Hinukalla 11U Winslow Ave llnffalo N Y writes I trust every one suffering from systemic ca tarrh will road this and profit by it I was In a very bad condition indeed when I began to take Poruua and my friends an well as myself were very much alarmed over my condition I was always nervous could not sleep at- night my food did me no good and I was always tired and weak I tried several doctors but found no relief Finally I took two bottles of Peruna and felt like adifferent woman How ever I did not stop there but kept on with It until I had taken several bottles when I felt completely cured and have remained so ever since I can eat and sleep now d wiUi partisanship when I abvlse enc itzen to examine carefully tie pvi clpes and policies of the candidates to consider seriousy tne effect ot the election upon tilt Nation ir u whole and upon that division of society In particular to widen ho belongs and hung done tlis it it his duty to cast this ballot in e icrdance with his best Judgnicni imi with the dictates of hls coablenco Over and above all trade unionists shoud ever keep In mind t e nrees sity ot preservng Inviolate te KtieigtH and Intergrty of the unions When the election is over and the exctcmcnt and enthusiasm incident to it have named away regardless of which party has been victorious regardless of who is elected to tine presidency the organizations of laber as heretofore and as never before will be to the worlnlgmen the bulwark of their liberties For Sale One Studio Camera 8by 10 cherry finish metal brass Uauch and Lom rectilinear lens iris diaphragm D and L Shutter speed 5 F Burke and James automatic stand plate hold ers and all attachments The best Camera for studio work 0 K ROWE Centertown Ky Apply at this office fttf NNOUNCEMENTSFOR Wo are authorized to aniouneo Esq W S Dean a candidate tor Reprc entatlve from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W B Taylor a candidate for reelection to the jwsltlon of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary eeciion December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce J U Wade of Fordsvllle a candidate for udge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December 1908 We are authorized to announce Judge R It Wedding of West Hartford precinct a candidate for Judge Repuultctn1909 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce B L Harraa a candidate fo r lM othe office of Circuit Court Clerk IC 4 1fev A Good Word for Pcruna Mrs S L Jewell It F Dl Freeport Pa writes Having used Peruna myself for many years with beneficial effects and o1raserving the good it has done others o my acquaintance I cannot but say a good word In behalf of Peruna Keeps Peru na In the Mouse MrcMaria 7 ocrtzOricnta Oklahoma writes My husband children and my self bravo used your medicines and wo al ways keep them in the house in caso of necessity I was restored to health by this medicine and Dr Hartmana In valuable advico and books People ask about me from different places and are surprised that 1 can do kill of my housework alone and that I was cured by the doctor of chronic catarrh My husband was cured of asthma my daughter of earache and catarrh of the stomach and my son of catarrh of the throat When I was sick weighed 100 pounds now I weigh 140 Dr Hartmans remedies have proven to be reliable and wonderful Their effect upon the system Is remarkable Pernna quiets the nerves and is a great specific for all forms of chronic catarrh- I am very glad to say that I can write you that I am cured in every way of catarrh with which I had suffered terribly for ten years I cannot thank you enough for your advice of Ohio County subject to the Repub limn Primary election December 5 1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre clnct a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Decem her G 1904 We are authorized to announce W S Tinsley a candidate for reelec lion to the position of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the mjbel c1EoflOblocan Primary election December 1908I We are authorized to A Anderson of West Hartford pre i cinct a candidate for County Attor thRepublican ber 5 1908 FOR SHERIFFIWe are authorized to announce T H Black of West Hartford precinct u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun PrimarydUClIOII We are authorized to announce G i A Ralph of Ralph precinct a candl data for Sheriff of Ohio County sub ject to the Republican Primary elec thou December 6 lOOg- We are authorized to announce S A Bratcher of Point Pleasant pr cinch a candidate for Sheriff of Ohi County subject to tho Republican Piluuy election December 61909- We are authorized to announce T H Benton of Centertown precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary ecctlon December 5 1908 FOR ASSESSORS We are authorized to announce G Davis Royal a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Decem ber G 1908 We are authorized to announce Bernard Felix a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized tbonnounce J A Greer ce n candidate for Assessor r subject to tlio Republican primary election December 5 19QS Wente authorized to announce Jerome Allen it candidate for too of- fto of Ast4fwt cf Ohio county sub ioit ioAte Republican elecV ten December 5 1903 F7R SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT WenrQ authorized to announce Hal hey E Brownof Cool riprings precinct a candidate for County ScLcol Superln tondenty tof Ohio County subject a A e I i i c o Constipation Kidney Trouble Mrs Mahala Reid Corbyville Ont Canada writes I Your celebrated remedies have been wonderful boon to me in old forfseveral years as now I was troubled with constipation rheumatism and kidney trouble At little over two years ago I completely lost my health becoming almost helpless when a dear friend sent me your remedies Peruna and Manalln I began to take them following the FOODicontinued to take them I am now completely recovered from the above ailments in fact better than 1 have ben for years past I cannot praise tlio remedies too highly and will always recommeudt s them to others Pcruna In Tablet Form For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have incessantly labored to create Pcruna in tablet form and their strenuous labors have Justbeen crowned with success People who object to liquid medicines can COw secure Pe runa tablets which represent the medicinal ingredients of Pernna Each tablet is equivalent to one average doseFof Pcruna the Republican Primary election De cumber 6 1908 We ate authorized to announce Henry Leach of Cromwell preclncta can didate for County School Superintend primalFOR JAILER We are authrolzed to announce W J L Flener a candidate for reelection for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican primary election December 6 1908 Wjmary election December 6 1908 v FOR CORONER DanI primary election December 6 1908 I AGISTRATEIWe are authorized to announce John Magistratein rJJJI Ohio County subject to the Rcpttbll can Primary election December 5I1908 We lire atttlorized to announct I Muck Cook of Arnold as it candidate il far the office of Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District subject to Ute Republican primary Jeectipn December 5 1908 JCarl Centerothe Republican primary election De cember 6 1908 We aril authorized to ttnnounce TV officeoflsterlah district subject to the Republican primary election December G 1908 We are authorized to announce ESQ t BS Ciiamberlaln us a + rrlatratei uon December C 190S l t14e are authorized to announce Miles for reelection to thetRockportMagisterial t Republcan primary Dec 5 1908 t Wo are authorized WJnnouccea laoft Istorial district fcubject to the Repub if It 1vifatOiifoan primary ejection Dec 61908r k Jti r 1 a0 it tJt s i J i 1i- I n- i Wy 1 fl t f t a t ryjA 1 ref 1 I f 4 S C O SThe news that now interests the La dies most i3 not whether Bryan or Taft will win but Where can I buy the latest style Cloak at the lowest price TO do to con it a us a at in no is FRIDAY OCTODIER 30 Table North tinned Forth O III Nn UI d113 is w m Nu Inn dUll 348 n Di No at r i and save charges We kep INK I PENS oILs CARQN I DESK TRAYS FILEStRIIIBONSI nUD1BEnPASTE P Nt ClLS OF ALL KINDS CLIPS PEN WRITING FLUID SUIT AND A OREMF VARIETY Qlt OTHER THINGS With each 100 purchase wo give II- If I nice school bag Pare tresh drugs- i by a sklllCul tt i chemistII l D x r I t I new at I y yrForr fall wearing apparel see CarSon Co e rIr OIj II Wedding S Itc1 lon Cn t i son Co r I be had at iof I r i McCall Putters at Fairs 10 and i15 Non hlg1 er j n Suit ou 1at Carson COS 1 I Suite New Hats New l Neclities at Carson Cos Tr t 1 Mr1w i J Taylor Grahatn RY- wg the guest fbls uncle W D Tyo4 j i rL Jr t desire to an flounce to ladies of county that when it comes to Cloaks we are winners l selection styles 1 qualities right prices This combina us beyond question CLOAK of Ohio county YOU DONT HAVE BUY We however wish show this splen did and sider favor if you willcall and give chance pleasure Our Childrens Cloaks Cloth Bear Skin Plushes have equals for beauty andwear shade any price Our motto Custom ers Pleased Hartford Republican UlnolsCentral RnllroadTtme Ronne- No1Cda4 Nolrln12IIj1 lCoa02dnflMStll IIldnr852pau O11ice Supplies Hornet tiansportation TYPEWRITER ROUNDHEAD PAPERSENVELOPES FOUNTAIN WRAPPERS compounded NARTFQRD Incorporated Everything Carson osI Typowrier Carbdncan thisioulce everwore ati1000 Shoe- sfiuiilB lldCnlY Wednesday We the OhIO We have the the the the tion makes the people you line will this and any Buy MUCILAGE Gloves that last long at it short prlce100 at Carson Ccfs- If It Is choice fresh groceries you want go direct to U S Carsons For H J Hlnzs pure cldar vinegar call on U S Carson 10 years old Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction here CARSON CO Schroeters Studio over Re publican office I will pay lSc for eggs until fur ther notice itf JAMES LYONS Come to us when you want your heaping moneys worth CARSON CO- If you are In need of a new Car pet Matting or Furniture call on Car sun Ca Painstaking Sales ladles at Fairs to give you Information regarding you Full outfit The biggest In town Fairs silk and Dress Goods Department Call and see us Rush night nod day In Fairs Millinery parlors Why prices and styles expluln It Dont worry about your headgear como to Fairs Now Millinery com Ing In every day c Thnt fall hat ot yours It bought from Darnanl Co wlll loot better and please you longer Anything you want flu Ladles Mlsss and eblhdrens cloaks at Fairs PrIces right Cull and see us Jerome Mien Coroner Hartford R FS D No1will answer phone at A Jfarters r Concord any hour Itt No chromes no baits no jewlng- or dickering but II houre full ot now goods at the right prices thats all at Fairs The Dyin Man is at Hartford Press log Parlor two drys In each week Tuesdays and Thursday Bring your clothes or send him ward mid be will come after them Soyoral very Stupurtunt meetings wilt be held at the differentvUng prectncti ot Ohio county next Tuesday but ltmorqhnl011 nt qnO will be held in on following duyWcd- IiesdayNovem1Jer fnt tlrnellld place the members of the Ohbur- ty d cal Society nteet to imp prove themselves and tobetter keep you well 1fyotl doctor does not go ask him why I L J l twUl pay you tonvesUgatelltfrs Prices and goods hefele purehastng We lire receiving new hoods daily 1 CARSON CO An extrnorlllnnr lint for three ordinary dollars CARSON CO Boys me boys but they want our Neckwear tit 50c CARSON cO Talk about Cloaks You run have no Idea of styes until you see Fairs lire Iatrlclanastoe thatflts a wearer unexcelled for style No equal round only at Fults + Dont be persuaded tobuy your i fall cloaks until you have investfgated- i Fairs styles and prices Mrs R I BurlllllI Lousvlir c- vhlliirg ter ddughtor Mrs M M Hard well at WllIllims Mines I Fairs extend to the teachers or Gain t ray U special Invitation to visit tllelll during tho Institute Cloaks and Jacketstho 1908 model Send fitted buetell the thingjust goods store nt Barnard Cos I Fairs mcns delarUnoI1t Is full of choice styles in SlIll1 ovrcottts lllwI style tints Shirts Neckwear etc I WLy pay fancy prices for cloaks when Fairs lire snowing the correct stycs at most reasonable figures L Dont be II back number Buy one I 10f those swell Cloaks or Jaelets at I Barnard CQs The fit and style Is superb i lOur Clothing fuYUgMen Is made j by people who malco nothing but young mens clothes They know how IBARNARD CO Boys and I young Men Just arrived Newell shapes and colors The fit It perfect BARNAItDI CO j I Mr Roy Scnbatr lull lht flirdie- ISt Clair two popular young pcnph- ofI Frtedaland will be married III toe resdence or tile bride next Sunday No finer lot of Cut Glass mat S1- terware I suitable for wedding presents- was ever brought to U plnco as small i us Hartford as is now on dlslllll at J D Tuppans Jewelry Store I Ve dont usually do things by halves but youll excuse Uti this time asockleaicy COIIIIEggs All other kinds of good coun I try produce wanted at the highest prIces tt SCnnOADER CO Underwear that outwears all other WeihavesUm and stout at 25c to 100 per garment OARSON COI HIiIJ1daybell souuhd He dread fire alarm I was found that the reMdcnre of Dan I King In te White Settlemeut WHHI on tire A large number of citizens responded In a very snort tulle ud the small blaze was soon oxtlngubmcdI wltn litto loss- Mhssrs I Joe Coleman Cromwell CI N Morgan Mhxweil James T for glln Nuckols Andrew Thorpe M+ i Henry J D Morris Olaton Route 1 E W Baker Taylor Mines IUbpll Peters Olltoll Route i S n Snell McHenry Sam James Raider T n- Tichenor Hartford n 3 So T Chick Talol l1nesSlIns 81111101lLUY Mince were among too who pair their subscrlptluns to the Rcpubllu1 last Wednesday 1Vo wore corupelcd to ornit many valuable eonllnunicatlons troth last weeks Isbue of Tne Relubllcan thci rtl so from tllig Issue Oil account of t F Over crowded condition of job department widen has required IIlmoh all the qmo of our tnec ironical force nlIl because ot the extra large mnourt of cnnitllllgll matter twdcu wo nave lJclm required to use We ttssure our cur respondents that this Hfi I l1C m- agnln and trat their corirmtnlcatlnus I are always uppreriate Mr Roy S Crawford df Irldal1nrli amid Miss Ada Meanie ct OlltrJn were married at tie rettidencc of rl2I J n lJ Carson Hartford last Saturday at 1 oe13ck p m Rev O J Dean performing the ceremony 1Lt- egrwm is the son of Mr4nd MrsLC Crawford and the bride Is the daughter t Mr and MrsC N McDaniel These lQpular young poople were ac companied to Hartford bY Mr J L- Gobey and Miss Suille Felix ot Ola ton Jo bridal potty left fur honle immediately after the ceremony- Mr Emory Schrceter and Miss Pearl Thomas will be married lilt the brides home on Clay stet1nf1xt Wednea by morning at G occ7tk The brideelect Is the datu Of Mr E PVbQJIU and ls one of HJrttords most popular young ladies The gradm elect is riarltoids popular trio Wg1apb and a most troath3t yPpeng gentleman The rages wUle ya immediatelyaftertho5e anmapy for kport Ky ere bhoy will tape 1 fieboat or a ibiJ weoks bridal trip The U extends congratulations In advnncelI I Y iJ 4 ftt A j f I To IiaY ford JlIJodllit Suadhy- iSchool will havp a rally day pt egram- 9Yna Sundry nwrnlna oleet musIc anti r0It tilauly talky will ue features All naniburs or too Howe lhparunent are urged to attend as well all otHer IIIQlnhO of tau icnool Visitors front tbFr scauolo mire ordinlly Invited Mr William J Taylor Graham and lllsl Ihna Drown Ituenester WeJtJ luur red lit tap resdout ut Als Uualey near Uover Dhi IllHt Vodnuadsy eve- ing Ilut Virgil Elgin ortlcalllg liel- Yiylur l iio Uti to rupuu8ihu liJ w tae W G Duncan coal company at Guano unit flt bans w v one of the prettiest girls in the South Tn Part of the county Is the dauga- terof Waamo prows h prole farmer ill tat section Tey e VI r large otudbcr lt file us and acgtuIi lance W o Wllll tell e uply u tied life I Hon David II Smith of HltIg- vlllto sluko lit urn Detnxrttic rauey tit UIIIllorll jt Saurduy HIllcrowd which tourfartuldy filled t1I umicllcL1Ichurge ngalmt ltepuhhcaus fur all sorts I lIlt lmiitvtdcu J e seuoliMinh l prove lts1ead of tying the usual ar- gumeuts to Induce tile negroes to vote the IXmocnl1lc ticket this year Mrl Smith told tltem plalnly that they Were flat WIIIIWII TlIt trey wY re tun Ig1- IIOllllt low typo uf npmuuit only fit for service tu the whites In the sameI Cltlllllt UII In teriiir slave tllllt Is not III ktIlng WilH to elfursot State Chairman Johnson who has nrgautzed It dub in its tatetuwaaru IIIIllcm iu ore llultlilo at I11- isvl l ncllItlyII NOTICE I IRc ublican Primary Election I DecemberS 1908 i At a regular meeting of the Republican Executive Conuuittee of Ohio i count Kemuehy had at the COllrtI House In Hmtforl1 Ohio cmutty uclty on Saturday August i2 llliSltI was ordered by sold n primary election be held at the ro I gular voting place lm each of the various precincts of Ohio court DecemberrISth 1308 betwreu the 1cul Jof six candidatestoelection 1909 for the following offices viz Represenuttive Ilrclllt Court Clerk County Judge County Court CounIhighwhich ho Is a cindldate be dared tae Republican nomlneo torn said office to be voted for at the rtgI thelumdrdaes Is the Republican partp and skull be represented or designated on the official ballot by the device or emblenn n Log Cabin All the legal o octOl8 Wll0 will he Novemrber electIon 1009 In time toting precinct In which he offers to vote In bald primiutry wall be emtlted to vote Decemberr5th 1908 provided however teat each or said electors answer In the nfflrmll live tl10 following question viz Will you tote for and support at tire regular Noretnber election 1909 the candidates receiving the highest lIulllher of Votes ht tills p1intaryulec tlollllnil who shall be declared the no- nllnees or Uo RCliUhicllII pruty for the offices therefore named The officers of the election shall pro pomid to each or the electors offering to Vote is tie bmdd primary the above question wl1lcj must ho answered Yes before the elector Is Permit tote IThc prinutry election called heroIn shall be held and aunduced In tlso Ialllo form mid manner IIIJd under the rattle sequtrements mm provided by law for the Jloldlllg of regular State officerior any other person shall or indirectly violate any of the pro visions ot the ecctlol1 laws of this State In holding or conducting the primary election set out herein then all persons thus offending shall be subject to aU tines and penalties lu such eared made and proVlded by the laws of this State It Is estimated that the cost of holding this primary will be five hundred and eighty dollars 68000 and that tho followingarnonnta be assess ed again lit each of said offices vlz- RepresentaUve100QCorcult court Clerk 11000 County Court Clerk 11000 County Judge GOOO 6000Sherltf t1000 County Superintendent of Com tOn Schools 6000 JaiQr 40004ssesso20oo The aru nta assessed against each offlco shall be paid in equal proportion between each 1 1 ix 1o P Smart Styles F Smart People r Our Cloaks are right up to datenot a back number in the line Models that were never shown eisewhete except in this line Our line has not all arrived They come in sections as they are made We get only the newest styesrernember that BECOME EVERY WOMAN This season all women whether stout or slender can wear the prevailing style and look well kt it Because of this the new Bis chof Directoire models in Coats and Suits have attained instant popularity everywhere The long points on the hips attenuate the fig ureof a stout woman And the Consulat Col lar adds to her height The slender woman appears extremely youthful and 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 practically an unlimited number of patterns and designs Now on dis- playBarnard Co HARTFORD lyons Special Cash Prices fi0 pounds IPatent Flour y 150 50 4 Custom II 140 17 BectGranulated Sugar 100 19u Sett Sugar 100 110 aJest Lard 135 110 1 Good Coffee 125 to Navy Beans sa 8u acidncy Beans b0 100 BestPin Head Tea 75 OOcTea 39 25c Tea 19 We huve a flw cans of Breakfast Syrup on hand and in order to move them out quickly we are making special prices 011 these gouda 75c Call 3readastSyrnp n GOo 45cII U 35c 75cII 4X Molasses GOo 65cII I J U 50c- 45c I J 35c- r cII l f 25c- 25c t r n 20c 20eII t 1 15c The Cash must accompany each order for goods quoted otherwise order will be filled at regular prices ot the caraUdrtks for tire respective oUJoos which sam urwlt be palll to the Secretary cif he Republican Exe- cutlo Commlt1J1l of this county not laterl than twenty drays next preIfd lag the holding Cf mcit primary ekct- lon and any cUidIcate desiring to submit his lame to the voters la said primary elceliaa shall not ater- than fifteen days XL prtCccdiuJtil holding of said primary efcctfon notify the Clialrmaa of tOO Republican Committee of Oslo ecuntythe Chair man of the part AklIl f raid primary election in writing of Ue fact that ho Is n canllfdaf1e and file with I said notice a tptfrom the Seen tary showing that lie ba laId the assessment charged gidnat him and UPon osmplylng ulth tltesecoDdIUons he shall lie declared to be a candidate before said primary election and shall have bis name printed on tM official balots faaW primary This October 10 1V0M sI RACUAKDI If L cJL RAU11Tri Resolved that it Is the sense of this committee we boLl a fair and just tu7aaL that we will render all nfoslllIUJeC within our power to aid In I1JOI outing any person or persona who vioate the election laws In the condnctor said primury and we urge the Comntonwtulth Attorney and County Attorney to do nil In their power to pelIre indictments amid prosccutlons ot nil violations of said laws It Is further ordered and directed that a primary clecllon bd held In each or the MmighterialDittricts oC Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday December 5th 1908 between the hours of I a m and 4 P m for the par hose or nomInating RepubUcnn candi dates for Justice of the Ience and Constable tit each of said DistrIcts to be voted for nt the regular Novem her election IS09 and thIs primary election for nominatingcanlhi tPafor- Justice or the Peace and constable shall be held and conducted under tie rule and regulations sot out above for hold ins the county primary M S RAOLAND ChmmL- INO C KIOOwN Secy Oal1WORCas Awm 6ougtt 1 L Lr 1 a 4- n r SKILLED IN THE L1Su- ccess of Mr Taft as Solicitor GeneralII I WON MANY NOTABLE SUITS Alaskan Victorious In the Celebrated Seal Fisheries Controversy His Defense of the McKinley Bill Refused Golden the Mr Federal BenchImaking utility upon the Sixth federal circuit during most theI which period ho was presiding i were prefaced by three years of high accomplishment as solicitor general of the United States President Harm son picked him to be tho legal repre sentative of the United States In ac tire litigation In 1SOO when he was only thirtythree years old and still had I three yours of his elective tend upon tho superior court bench In Ohio to serve Solicitor general of the United J States at thirtythree Scarcely more than a boy In years as ripened matu rlty Is reckoned and already doing deeds of national momentdeeds of International moment to be exact for Inside of two weeks of taking the oath he had put up lo him the defense of the government In the Alaska seal fisheries controversy at which theI courts and the diplomats of three trlcstlio United States England and Canada had been illuglng for fourteen years Briefly the sum nUll substance of It t was this We had captured and con leuined to be sold the Canadian schooner Sayward for Illegal sealing In Alaska waters England and Canada supported the claim of the owner for damages which we rejected Pending arbitration the case was brought j unexpectedly before the supreme court J It was clever tactics on tho other fellows part and It put us In rather a pickle While Canada would not beI bound by an adverse decision if the case went her that is she jlleclslonfact of our losing In our own court would count against us i The new solicitor general sailed In Ho read the documents He clutched and held fast When he emerged from the murk of international Jaw treaties precedent and kindred clarities ho had a 300 page brief ready to present to the court It won for him and tor the United States against two of the best lawyers in the land Joseph H Choate and Calderon Carlisle Jr Then It fell to him to defend the McKinley bill in an action brought by nu importing firm who objected to paying higher duties Imposed by the bill and pleaded that Speaker Itceds way of counting a quorum by which tactics the bill had passed the house of representatives was unconstltutlon al The Importers urged that enough members present In the house ale though constituting a numerical quo runt could break a quorum by not Toting t 1C Voting and not present is neces nary to make a quorum why Is the speaker empowered to employ the ser geant at arms of the house to compel absentees to attend with the object ot making a quorum queried Mr So llcltor General Taft The McKinley Mil was saved The young solicitor general won won won and kept on winning for the government for tho two years he wall In oilier Then President Harrison set him upon what Mr Taft felt would be the track leading to his real ambi tion the supreme court bench He mimed him as circuit Judge Judge Taft accepted unhesitatingly Ho did It In face of the well mount advice of friends who wanted him lo be a moneymaker Attractive partnerships were proposed to him by big law firms port nerships that moarit 940000 fOOOO ami 100000 a year The emoluments nf the bench wore only 0000 annual ly Judge Taft shook hl Lend There are bigger nod better things than non ey was his reply to those glhHl Hug positions Ho was then thirtylive ITo was a poor man but lu lad enough He In nun fiftyone and a poor man still by the standard of the dollar Mr Taft at Yale Mr Taft was Seventeen years old when he entered Yalo and had Just passed his majority when he wits graduated with the class of i8 Nu mcrlcally 73 was the largest class In the history of the Institution with one or two exceptions Ot Its 1ST mom bers 123 graduated There are now j ninetysix of tho graduate members living While Mr Taft dominated the class physically writes the class historian his even at that time was a dominating mentality as well ScholHKlIc and nodal honors came to him unstintedly lie was a member of Delta Kappa Phi Theta Pal Lino nla Skull and hones and Phi Beta Kappa In his freshman year ho was president of the claw boat club and n member of the Delta Kappa campaign i romtnlttec and of the freshman class i ruppcr committee With Roger Foster he tied for second place In the fresh man scholarship divided the first MeIDonaldsenior year be pulled with the win ning tug of war team He prepared a philosophical oration at the Junior ex position and at commencement He was the salutatorian and also the ora tor of his claM My Maryland U not a Bryan cam paign song this year J r OLD BILL TAFT By REV IHT J DOATloIANI ITuncFor leader strong and great To man the ship of state Joilt fore nid oft To guide where breakers roar To safely land our store To quiet all uproar Theres Old Bill Taft i 7Ud To Whlto House there to stay Bryan send tmway Upon a nft To do cs Teddy did j What all our people For man upon tho I IbidITheres old Ulll To do whats good and justiStrike down the evil trust And all of graft To keep our money pure And plenty too and sure I The hard times only cure Theres old Bill Tatt Reform his nag unturlsIAgainst all evils Unerring Then let our trumpets blare lies always on the square j At home and everywhere Is old Dill Taft Fullerton CaL September 1908 Copyright Applied For IH+ IIHIHIH++ Official Circular Indianapolis Ind Oct 7 1908 I- To the Officers and Members Americar Itmethod known to politicalman alters will be used to secure Ivotes for their respective candi 1dates This Is especially true In tpositionsI am In receipt of hundreds of letters from men of all shades of political beliefs and from all parts of the United States ask ing for my opinion of the differIent candidates or my views uponIthe Issues involved in the po not litical The campaigntdent to influence your political rcastYou have elected me to direct I the affairs of the United Mine t Workers Tho success of the IIwelfare YItervlewpapers alleged to be from that I favor any particular meIdidate I have press or to give any politically for or statementI candidate or Issue I tend to do so This letter be my answer to all who willIme for any advice along litical lines I have the honor to represent an organization of nearly 300I000 members of every nationality and different polit ical views We have among our members Prohibitionists Populists Independents So Republicans our members you are fully com petent to decide for yourselves how you will vote on election day r All my time is required to look C after the Interests of the United I IMine Workers Those interest tho subject matter of this t letter will please refrain from writing me In connection with politics if they hope to get an f answer t The United Mine Workers as an organization has been in ex Ittence for many years before political campaign and we Ethiswish that it may live many after the present cam paign has pasted into historyIand until every wrong of honorf f ly and for harmony V T L LEWIS r President U M W of A 1i1Ilt HH+ HHIHilf I The Esperanto t From the New York Oh why la It neglected SunIIThe Esperanto vote Both parties should awake and lo Immrdlately take note And send some cart tall speakers out To tell those people that Ulk mcttoiltlk terrado skowt Tok mokku vezok zatiWhy are no pamphlets sent abroad sharpSome i And on some Issue CUp f MVoro all those highbrows made to lightTllp whee seeI Zing Kok theyd vote all right The Held la bin and yet untilled growifAs candidates should So haste you literary knowIPress gents for the great Book noop owhoo ttliantu gen I Bo hunkus ceto late His Unforgettable Speech fLea Angeles Examiner The Bryan speech which will be membered longest conslstH of fou words Worklngnion are public beggars The Bryan Policies Hlochestcr N T Democrat and Chron icle Policies of folly and dlnsterlsWhat Governor Hughes calls Bryan e railed assortment of schemes In the time of politlcnl warfare pre tare for peace and prosperity by d ciding to vote the Republican ticket 1 November One great American puzzle Is to find the relation between what ryan MJB on Monday and what Bryan says o Saturday The unemployed asked tor jobs lad copofy t METHODIST CHURCH ORGANS UNITES Central Methodist And Methodist I Advocate Under One Head L A deal Wis tifedGd ruro iivfcoreby the two official organs of the Mono j dirt CJairch South of Kentuckylud iwcBt Virginia weiv consolidated uidj liubliccitkm fjeudquaitore esUibvisitdj 1111 Piuiiktort ut tlu viu Fmrikfoit Printing Com puny wuioi IiencyfortA will do tf 1J m cuujt l work for tiffs ivlfgioua Journal Ppr 42 yours the Ceutrul Mctaodix now published in Loulsvijle has been tio olllclul organ of too Kentucky ulsvllle Methodist conferences juinbriuUug the entire Slate of Ken tucky mAth a membership of 50000 For about 15 years the Methodist Ad vocate has been the official organ of tau toniereuwj embracing tnoemlrcj SfMio of West Virginia a IIHII11 btitlp of 25000 For nearly years Uie Hev AVultor Q Vrcoliiiil mood Gnihum Vreoknid of Louisville nave been till owners and IJUbhlHlrt1 of tiie CuiiUHl cTnodH A Grote of Barboursville W Va lots I been the owiwir Iud publisher of tae JfeUiodlKt Advociiie Tae ouiolldnX d religious Journal will ciiange mow naiiio Cotta tils wtukrt Irene to the Central JuljodlslA u l ve ibo Rv Wulttn yrceliind fq the moetlng Saturday having been1 reelected president of the Central j IKatliodlstAdvucale Company fills journal is a lr page weekly trod he ginning next weep it will bo prlnled 1 iIll the pout of the Frankfort Printing loJlnrullY of which Hubert VIeelanlll Is pi3sideiii Tlio paper has largo flrculntioii In West Virginia und tho removal means an xpcndiiur of more loan 10000 u pear In Frnnkfort for printing labor tiuil otncr expenses necessary to the publication of a Journal covering two Stjitt IDI D W liaison editor tnchief and uls family wll remove Here iroiu Loulsvilk In a snort wnlle as will rue Rev Wilier VIe and Rev Cruse will bu the nssoclatB editor covering tie Vitt Vli giniu field CoaIteruueulaud the Coiiterence of AVefit Virginia Prior to me estuhllshiuent oftif Methodist Advocate 15 years ago Ute Central ilVituodlst had been for many years also Use official organ of the I Conference of West Virginia Sotno Central Is merely coming bacfc lute UH own and Frunfkort will be one of the chief beneflcarfcs Shsrltfs Sale The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Ohio county greeting We command you that you expose to sale time estate of Annie laden B A Madeii and W R JIaden towit A tract of land lying in Ohio county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a white ouk on theSouth banks of hulls creek about 25 poles In a straight line above the mouth of said creek thence S 10 W 79 poles to a stone iu the neighborhood road and with same N 68 W19 poles and 10 links to a stone thence S 74 W 154 poles to n stone on Rouge river thence up the same whit its meanders binding on low water murk to the mouth of Halls creek and up time sumo with its meanders to the beginning containing 211 acres be the same more or less Being the same land conveyed by W J Sluden and wife to B L blades deceased of date December 10th 1S9S which according to our commands you have taken Into your hands and which still remains in your hands untold 111 you have cer titled to the Judge or our OhloCIrcuI Court to satisfy tho Huber Manufac turing Company the sum of one thousand five hundred and twenty five dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six pej centum per annum front the llth day of October 1906 91COIged to Plaintiff for its costs in that behalf expended whereof the Huber Manufacturing Company hath recovered Execution against the said Annie reDcadeaIi A Maden and W n Ma rden by virtue of u Judgment of the Ohio Circuit Court and that you have theIHouse in Hartford Ky on November 14th next to satisfy the said plaintiff its debt interest and cost aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness E G BarrabS Clerk of our said Court at the Court House aforesaid this 23rd day of Sept 108 Commonn SURE CURE 1Fot All MMUM f- STOMACH LIVER lets i d 0 wealth s Credited by 65000 June 27 JOOS Attest Ki G 1UURAKS CHrl CotltINOof Icregolng Vendl expose for sale to tile highest and best bidder nt tlio Court house door In Hartford Ky on Mon day the 2nd day of November 1908 laterT A Mullen and W R lIllen In and to the foregoing dercflbed tract or parcel of landor BO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plain tiffs The Huber MiinufacturlnE Com pany debt interest and cost Said sale will be inudo upon a credit of tiiree mouths the purchaser being required to execute bond Immediately after sale for the amount of the pur chase price with good and sufficient surety bearing interest front date Witness my hand as Sheriff Qt Ohio county this 1st day of October 1S08 13t3 R D MARTIN S OC Wry Jam s Loo Got Woll knowslShe writes My husband James Lee toItheHis 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 hearth Dr Kings Discovery Is time King of throat nndiat all druggists rOc and 10 Trial bottlo free mi A Peculiar Insfince of Petrlfica tan MlUon Ky Oct HIn compliance with the wll of Perry A Voters n wealthy luictiolor who was well nkowi in Loulsvlle time remains of his fathe und mother were this week removed from a family burying ground to tho Mofftit cemetery here AVlllIam Voleri was burled In K copper lined metallic cuskot fortyfour years ago und when removed front Its long resting place the body was found to be petrified Hundreds of people viewed the re mains for two days and mummy citizens who know 7 Ir Volers in Uie andM tended the funeral says the face looks as natural ns the day of burial The shirt collar and necktie wero white and in perfect condition and the beard on the face und hair on tho head were natural The remains wero hauled fifteen miles and part of the road very rough und It was not affected by the Jars AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balml- iqulcklyabtorbed Gives Rellel at Once It clunle soothes JlrotcCtstbo brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly neIstores the Sen Taste and Smell run size ou cts aiurug plsts or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely DrotbeIIiO Warren Street New York CantMiss It So many arc purely nervous affections that you can hardly miss it if you try Dr Miles Nervine It restores nerv ous energy and through its invigorating influence upon the nervous system the organs are strengthen ed The heart action is better digestion improved the sluggish condition overcome and healthy ac tivity reestablished Dr Miles Nervine Is worth its weight In gold to me I did not know physicianbutsleep work sit or stand I was nearly crazy One day I picked up a paper and the first thing that met my eyes was an advertisement of Dr Miles Nerv ine I concluded to try It and let the doctor go and I did so After taking two bottles I could drcua mvself Then I began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and now I can work and go out and have told many the benefit I have re ceived from these remedies and sew eral of them have been cured by It since I am Bftynlne years old and pretty good yet ANNA R PALMER Lewlstown Pa yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd IiMi UefaDtlciiiiakttolleD11tI1MiatM 1a4Jcu HIraMo j t X t ID1reo1iorvOhio Coviritj Circuit Court T F Etrlcliuttd Judge r Semi p ntngOj Attorney Oscar Jlliklft Jiller Kd Q Barrass Clerk j rank G Kellx Master CommlsalonerY U iloet ley Trustee Jury Kund It II Martin Sheriff Hartford DepUtlesS A IIAshleyund August and continues tliree Weskn tu and third Monday In May and Novnhilej two weeks County Court W D Taylor Judge W S Tlmilty cleric Eo M Voodwunl Attorney Hartford Court xjonvenw first Monday In each month Uiiutcrly Court Begins on the thin Monday In January Apll Jujy and Oo tobtr Court of clolnv convenes first Tues day In January and on tho first TUes aay in October vuicr Officers JT Ioxey tjurVtyiM shrove S W Leach AssesKur U lloyJames DeWeeae School Suporlnten ont Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J II 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Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank WHBARNKS 8 AANDER8OI BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Connselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce tint they balsa formed a partnership or tho prac of Law in all courts State and Fed ra with offices south aide of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation Titles to Real Estate will be- Bvnspeclal attention Notary In office W IT BARNES S A ANDERSON y PATENTS SROCorphoenVDnEFE patentundo =free adelr to obtain marks COUNTRIESJ1IuI lire many and mfles tht patent ExcluthilyTVriUorcouMtoiUkt I y us hUt Street spy Oeitd States heat OAca WASHINGTON D C m ee KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 8 AND ALtTHAATAANNDLUNOTRDUBL- ESSGUARANTEED SATISFAOTOJi OB MONET PATENTS i R h alItri laeti7Ma wt teroerltIC Hoot INII rri ItnCftftCI rw ctj- tnpoh i114E to M WARMINOTON Dp WIFTo A Wr yv Y- I r l Ir e vt11y Y ritti IN TUF ISIANflS Why McKinley Seat the Judge to- the Philippines STRONG HONE T AND TACTFUL I ttelinqushd Ctrtalnty of ElevaHon to Supremo Dcnch tit CCIIof Duty Proved His Ability as a Nton- CulldcrA Renl Altrulct In the beginning ot our the Phlllppnos the vrobIorn thereI were mllltnrY otliIng of 111 func- tIon I could be CSSl3ld until the rebellion I hnd been put down In the midst of this tim first Philippine eomm1sto- nwassent out to look over the situation III hearers of the bleaIngs or n IIher- nUnl rather than n conquering notion os President MeKiney wrote The commissioners decided that It was I a bad mess Mr McKinley was advised to try to I do nothing by ciril rower but to gho- a military goeror full sway This would iizno been a fatal error Any continuance pt the mllltnry govern mont beyond the time when Its stern restrlctloUtJ wore required to Induce peace and maintain It would tlll fur titer have jeopardized the trust of thA Jlntes In OUr good faith And It had already been so IJtrnlnCd that It would stand no moro tension I The people at home too were grow- Ing thoroughly out of conceIt with till I little brown brother Our I1IpetlteIhad btcome sated of military Too many long narrow boxes were shipped over liea and laud for inter unent In village ejiuirehyards too many mothers tuouruied sons done to lIen tllIby bullets or ioo to StliIOrt conviction In the doctrIne or exiztn I slon We thought we had uo rrtotype of Cronier no Jlantn of oolonlll 1111m- lnfgtrntilll upOn whom olr o111lnry might call tl In Ve fenultiilcns or 1- ImperioI civilization with peifh rf- Crel8P to t iu IIOI3 of till pJplr to be j governed nrll with defluiilo rlflrlnccIto the W1f810 of th MI1Ih terlal nunl moraL as Ill had lmt 11 There WI1 dearth ot men wholly in I harmony with the prlshlcllt eofltcp- tion ot what our national duty to the I Filipinos coinpriseil who would constantly bear In mind that It was IIl1rr ty they wanted lIterty that they should have as Mr MrIinley h1I1 promised plclgng our faith liS a nil lionliberty as lie wrote of the whole Filipino Ioollie anni not of a decimal fraction ot them who thrnugh I the leadership of education and lrop- 4rty have acquired n domination over the great iiiass- Mr Taft hod not been thought of It his sentiments on tile Plllllplllne question was knolcil It was patent thnt lie I was neither n belIever In Mr McTin- Icys policy ner In our ethical right to lie In tile i1afldS SaId tile vrosdent one day to the then scretar of state William IL Day I want a man who Is- atrong lIoneRt nllll toetful n mm of educatIon nnl1 exccuthc n1ihlty it mm who Is fearless hut conservative uvhio will get nloiig with tIll army uohile Judge Taft fills the bill If lie will take the Job rnld Mr Day In n IJtlolc- ot InspiratIonal genius They sent for JUdge Iaft who was then on the su prem conrt ieneh niul told hIm wiiit was wanted lie shook hula head It cnnnot be QIue to you there oIl Presldcnt ho answered I didnt want to take the Philippines It won n mIstake The president regarded hIm musingly for n moment then Nor did I want to take them raid he I had to Tliero was nothing else to do We must iUiiI n new nation out there I want you to help us Secretary of War Root added li- ipersuaiona He showed both sides ot the medalto Judge Taft Perhaps In was motived more u4irewdly tlllln hl affected for ho descanted upon tile lit ficultios of the task compared with the congtnlnl and relatively easy work that Judge Taft had upon the bench vllb the almost ultimate certaInty ot being clovnteI to the supreme court lie must forego all thIs saId Mr Root nut what n chance offered In till PhilippInes to 10 to create to disprove the Infallnblllty ot some of Eng lands Jel theories of colonization to brIng Into being n nation Such nru- ments turlllt1 the tide Judge Tuft accepted one ot those duties wlllch to quote hIm Is an entirety and not fulfilled until It is entirely fulfilled As he tOok shIp and n1vutys after ward there was In hIs mInd the con eluding paragraph or the Instructions gIven him by the presIdent A high and sacred obligation restsI upon the government ot the United States to give protectIon for property mid life clvii and religious freedom and wise firm and unselfish guidance- In thc paths of pence and prosperity to all tim peopfes of the Philippine Islands I charge this commission to labor for the full performance of this obligation which cOllcerns the honor Rl1dcol1sclenee ot their country In tho firm hope that through their laborw all the people lu tiioPhuilpplnes may come to look back with griltltud to the day Goo gave victory to the AmerlI tan nrms Manila and set their land linden thuBO8relgnly nail the protec- Iloziof th people ot t United States AltTUIStlC1 perhaps but Mr Taft Is In altruist It needed an altruIst to tonipt s the requlrcmentstpcclficd In Jih quotJttonto llii letter and pavo the ivriy fr the fuUhlmcnt otMr Khlleys nrmho nlr Mr Taft has don r TbRspuibhicaius ciilrevIo the tar T1dn1fnIi1t 0 thntnoI- Amcrfcnnw rldngninn shall seffer loss tw goo pay more to hI Ills dinner Iin Uncle SamIf soiiebdy would only chloroform him and let me have a much needed restXaro- pera Weekly ftr r = IEILLY BRYAN By REV flY J BOATMAN INo tune Billy flrvan Billy Bryan still rti1n still atlln- Ynr tryin Thrice Prnrc ns Uko II chorus JaekasJ chorus most uproarIous I Tried to floor us Billy DIn nm Bryan Iar too htgh your kItae aflyln- Wtnd s atlaylif Cease to rnoflu us cease to mouth us Jackass liscl ttont nrrrlght us Only IOU O t3 Billy Dm Dilly Bryan Vainly cryln iuo ono lyln- Illt uJlnOnco yoUd give us halves for whole tiOs Sliver dollars thorn sIxteen uns For our gold uns nllly Bryan Billy Bryan Give up tryln quit your tryln- CIIII your cry In monleyKowPlayed out donkey BryanForces Still youre tryin still youtro ploadln Ilko a lover Oft rlJeeted tor unolher- Detter brother BIlly Bryan Dilly Doan Youro a good un youro a lion Ilttlo chalneil un chntryDeclGive us TartI TAFTFullerton Cal September 1503 Copy right Applied Fo- rCanprInin In 1D08 From the Cleveland Plain Dealer The train comes whizzing down the track And halts amid the cheer And on the elatform ot tho back The candidate appears And then the engine hoarsely shrieks Ills words are tar from plain And then the cnlno hoarsely shrieks And drags away the train TRIBUTE TOMRI TAfT How China Apologized Fon the American Boycott I I JUDGE SIGNALLY HONORED Recconitlon cf His Efforts to Bring IndemnityIi It was through Mr laft when he was In Shanghai Illst tall that tile ChInese apologized for the American boycott that was Instituted III the kingdom n few years ago 111111 cxpresel theIr appreciation of the remIssIon by our government of the Indemnity granted because of the Boxer rebellion When It became known that Mr 1uft was comIng to Shanghai representa- t tires of nil the Chlllese guilds In the J city met and arranged to give him a suItable reception The guilds in Clllna control every branch of commcrclal activity and unltcd form in every city and cQolDmunltr a thoroughly repro seutativo bcdy Each of the scores of- tguiids In Shanghai tool pint in the demonstration to Mr Taft lor the purpose be beautiful 111 ten gar dens in Bujhhlng Well road were ob tamed Governmental cognizance of the greeting to Mr Taft was through the vicarious vartichiation of Tuan Fang viceroy of the Liangkiang prov Ince In which Shanghai Is The viceroy ordered hIs representative the tnotnl tong to spare no expense in arranging n suitable reception for Mr Taft and to present the bills to hIm AmerIcans 101mg resident In Shanghai agreed that no such signal honors iiad- ever been vaid to another foreigner by the Chlllese A hearv mIllCall tiireatImar or garden party At great lOst mumitl an expenditure or labor the committee- couimleteiy roctell over with canvas II I good share or the ganileims incindiig lomig wall l111I1 paths so that Mr Jait amid time other guests were IJIIIJllll to moore aboilt freely fully lirniected from time Itorm All ef thl 1Il1IS referred to the obllgatiouis undue whkh hunt hind heell lalll II tho rcnmissiu uf tin Bfl er hlll1nlllit nntl till cOlltrlJJ1I1118 made by mlIlc1UR for tile relict of- vietins ut time rClellt famine III China tr latl W1S clicereti niid mipjmLuuideil for several mlllntls whemi lie suiil- Vlmen I wnK here n little inort thimii two yemtr ago there vas just a lillii hit of mlsl a little bit of fog In tin clear suimsimine of our fnieimthdilp 1t- wo gave nHsnrlIIceK lit that time which I unu glad to ruy lIaOI lIeell 1 arnied omit on the ammo hand IIIIlI Oil the utllel there Is every evidence thnt tIll mnst iimms cleared uvay Tim boycott Is a thing of the imst It Is n closed eIihode Two yuuiig ChlllNle hdies hOle for wardh massive silver bawl stint presented It to Mr Taft ammo memento of hIs visit lhio bowl vhiihi WIUI a rant specimen of Cimimmese silver work was InscrIbed lresented to tIme honorable William II Taft Secretary of War oj time United States of AmerIca as mu M- nielmto or time Gnrl1ell Party ChlII In Ills honor by tIme ChInese llesidemmt- sof Sliangimi CopIous comments were prlntcl1 by time enstrn press UpOll the roceptiomi by the Chinese to Mr Taft mind Itl- suultlcnnce ns a tribute to the mall and as n renewal of the old tUne hmoiii- sof amity between the nations o O OOO o MOVEMENTI I Daniel J Keefe Sixth Vice Presideni of the A Fof Lt Insists That iPr sident Gompers Has Been Misrepresented and Denies That i Any Attempt Has Been Made to Swing Labor Vote to Bryan i TAFT A FRIEND OF LABORING MAN fWeInsist that tbe labor movement shan remaIn as tree and independent roam political domination as It f has ever been In Its hIstory That septence Is the Iteynoto to a statement made by Daniel J Keefe of Detroit MIch presIdent of the International Longshoremen Marine and Transport Workers assocIation and sIxth vice presIdent of the Amer Jean Federation ot Lnbr- I In his statement which he made In answer to n query from the editor ot the Buffalo Republic Mr Ieefe says I desIre to say that the AmerIcan Federation of Labor II not committed to any political party nor has any candidate for presIdent been Indorsed by the executive council I nm o tile belief that tbgencral public does not fully understand the posItion ot the executive council f of the AmerIcan Federation of Labor In the present campaIgn Time policy ot the labor movement Is nonpartisan and Is as follows I We desire to refute hero the aspersions that have been cast upon the executive council and particuhdrly ione ot Its members President Gompors that It Is our purpose or tile to dictate to the workIng people of our + country how they shall cast their votes In the coming eiection nor has anyone promised tile vote ot the work Ing people to any partlculnrparty Wo have strongly clearly and emphatically as It was our duty II resented the situation In which the working people o the country find themselves the demmiaiida wlllch labor has made upon both political parties IS to necessary action which they should take the trentjnont they hare reecived Iand have appealed to the judgment and patriotism ot the workIng people nd time friends of labor throughout the country since both poll U c l partIes havo spdken to make their eimoic as theIr conscience may d Ie The muisrepnesentmtion of newspapers and others to the contrary notwithstanding wo repeat and and wo have so conducted and propose to so conduct our course that the labor movement shall remain tateIand Independent front political domination as It has ever been In Its 1llatorx The foregoing lOC not ommlt the American ITederatiohof Labor to lint political party and Is san which permIts unomm mimm to uto for whom they may please for presIdent and other emcee without criticism Allot wbleb I hea1l1r Indorse Some ot the fllCtfllCN of the executive council ot the American FederatIon of Labor no doubt will support and voto for sir I ryan whiih Is their Individual right I shall support and vote for Mr Taft wb was admitted to momlershmip In the IntrnUonnl Brotherhood ot BtcalJ Shovel and Dredge Men on acconut of his strong advocacy of the enforcement of the eIght hour law OJ all government work colnu under the jurlsdlc- tlon ot the war department and It tieeight 1ioutday did not become an esthbJishel fact In connection vlth dredge work It 1Y11Ith fault of the worhmen and lIot tho fault of the secretary owtr l might odd further that Mr Taft as secretary of war has done more to inforco lan a In fivcr ot organI- zedt labor than nU hIs TlloooC ssors O tH OO O ftOO O f t 0 +c 1 ++iHf+++ 11 + 14 +++ + + + + + + IF i KNiUOKYJ4 Ught aild Power CoS 1 1 INCORPORATED 4iIhh WIRH YOUR jOIISR RT GOSYIiI 1 tELEOTIUG LIGHTS ARE CLEAN JIt+ + tIi E G BA RASS Manager I deII I potctlouf comparative values itdeniands iTHE SMITU PREMIER TYPEWHITE The fact that The Smith Premier Type i wlitel 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 I IYhe 8iuiui Preiuier TUPHwritBr Ga- ii C Itcl IOII 2 WANTEDaaA RIDER AGENTand ride and districtexhibit to sample Latest Model flanrer bicycle furnished by us Our agcnu cveryherc are making money last IVrifeerJdlMrlkuar andj4c dfalmu shiptobiCc1eaDdputkeep the bicycle ship cetVcFACTORY PRICES make It one smlll profit atove actual tactory mat You save 0- tll h mlddlmtn bi boiler direct et U art hxte the manufacturers IIolr sates behind Our bicycle 0 NOT nUl a blcyele or a PJlrot tires from anyone atl117IriutYOU WILL DE andimoneythannIGvcLB IEALEftS you can sellout bIcycles under your own name pL1le atAn nrlrr 01 IIA h r1 butICOASTER raLngLt wholsrImportltl roller chains and pedals PUIS repairs sad at tlu urea reall Irices 5 0 SA8 0 PAIRIITELFHEALINa LLThe ular rdaiIrice OIhCU lire il- S3JO JlIJar but go introduce Wt roil sellyouasamftleairIorPSOaihwahOde41SJNO NAILS Tacks or mass wW pot let the ale out Sixty thousand sold last year- OverI tw hundred thousand pairs now use tDESDRIPTIONI ltadeln alllzcs Ithstlveiy nndeasytidlugvcrydurableand lined insidewith- a aneclal ol never becomes trcaAIIan IZ alo rim strIp II- an to prevent rim cuttln Thiaordinary tire the puncture reslstlngquahllesbeingglven j tire win outlast any other ncttreadadvcrtlitnpurpoSe weave znaldnga special fllctoryprlceto the rider of only 1480 per pall All shIpped same letter is received We ship C 0 D on approval You not a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as rcpreented We allow a oMb discount of 5 cent making the price 845 per pair If yots lend FULL OAtIl VITal OUDtlt and enclose this IIdveniscment We will also acrid one nickel brass hand pump Tires to be returned at lUll expense if for they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly relIable and money sent to us iss as a bank you order a pall of these tires you find that they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so welt pleased that wnen you want a bicycle will give us your order We want to send us a trial order at once hence tmiis remarkuble tire offer ofIFthe sccIa1 introductory price quoted above or write fr our bit TIre anl unlry Catalogue which describes and all makes atid 01 tires at aYIttt hoff the uunl bicycleDoffers we are msthg It only costs n postal to learn everything Write It NOW JI L MEAD CYCLE CO P1UtYlCIIICG3 ILL I IEAtJI tyinen IDESI3NS cAnyone sondJnJ a sketch anti description may- qnlckly rt1I1 our free an litrention II rmhllblrl8lAble olnaitinlea toils strictly au ialellLl- I8l1t free Violelt Cllcr for eeurIIiitatWItl- ietenU tkci ttrOuh ltuut t 110 recall special hotter without ehroln the ZcI1ic Mtuerkaii- A nnsotnlT illntraiod wesly Lamest dr- 1ILi4i of IIn scoiutlUC frnIrIRSJ Terma 53 a I 010i ttirrmonthL nOIl8dMlcra I l YftbratI oL SEEDSPtiekbeea Full of Life Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 yean of successful seed growIng behind them lt pays te the best- Seasonablo Speclaltles BEANSEarliest Red Valenllno 30 Bushel Refugeelhtra Early 1025 Rushel New Stringlass Green Pod 170 Bushel Wardwells Imp Klelney Wax f4o Bushel Davis New While Wax 175 Bushel Curries Rust lroot Wax 5O Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska Jso Bushel New Early Gradus 550 Bushel Horsfortia hTJrket Garden Bushel Buckbees Llkhtnlng Express f105D Bushel Lettuce Rdlsh Tomato and a full line ci prIcestn I MoneyWrlle H W BUCKBEE3Mf ketbesSi ltocUord Sc4 Finis Rkfocd 1L ti v s 1 q 1 H Hi x r C fd1i rt wy r I r l I f s if A i I I r i 1 kf 6 4p r1 I r E 1 f t r M aL 4 w t f 0 q I Has Ever Reached TheTop of J Men have achieved greatness and distinction in every line of endeavor but no man hathe peg so highf but what some fellow comes along and moves it up a little So it is in our MERCHANDISING We are not sat isfiedwith what we have done for our customers We aim each succeeding season to do more and do it better I than the previous season We are not satisfied to trail along with the rank and file of the mercantile procession a WE LEADand we do it by our untiring efforts in securing for our trade the best possible Merchandise f i 1 a Y the price it costs the world produces by conducting our business strictly on honest principles and selling our mer chandise at one price to everybody We say most emphatically that this seasons collection of fall andwinter i wearables surpasses any former efforts and when you see the assortment and quality and hear the price you will have no hesitancy in supplying your wants at this store If you know ofan individual who doubts these I statements bring him in and watch us convince him We Only Ask You To Come And Look i Footwear For Women The now Iallsty1es in the celebrated Queen Quality for women at 53 35t 4 and 5 per pair Barnes Special Shoes for ladies misses and children in all- t leathers Shoes for church Shoes far sUlf1 and school shoes 1 L25 150 175 2 and 25D surpass any display Beaver Dam has ever had L rvr ADA7A DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOTS HEREf Well take pleasure in showing you wbnt we have at any time it is oonvenieut for you to ter Jl Vie offer the women who buy Shot lro the pnxlnL rs of the best makers Millinery Our display of uptoelate Hats for lmJiES misses and I children is so attractive that wo want DOry lady in the country toree them Every now slmpo every new i dCIcreeA LOOK WILL BE APPREC1ATl Cloaks Cloaks1 What adds moro tOYUl personal nprearmce than a nice long Cloak Jir fall andwinter wuather Nothing is so complete within taclfoo s long Cloak We have thom cheap enough for anybody to own one 1- Wo I have thorn nice enough t please tba most cxcluI eve dresser I IVe have them from the smallest infant tOR two hi n- i drenpound woman You neednt go any farther Our store js the place for Wraps of all kinds IFIl Skirts IOur fall display of readytowear Skirts exceeds any I former efforts The new styles and colors will appeal I to any ono who hppreciates highclass workmanship tasteful designing and exclusive materials We have a splendid variety priced at each 250 350 4 5 G 750 850 10 Shirt Waists You will notice some rjtdical changes in the waists for fall Ve show an the new things and our store is the place where the newest and best is always in evi dence Waists priced at each 1 150 2 250 3 45G- Meds Shoes There is no necessity that is more absolute than your Shoe necessity More good horse sense should be used in selecting a Shoe to exactly suit the purpose for which it is to be used than any other article of wearing apparel We have Shoes for men and boys in all walks of life Tel us your businessrid we win furnish the Shoe best adapted to your us r t i We sell the Famous King Quality fur men at petpair t 1t4 and 5t A Arnolds 3 and a50 Barnes Specials 1fO 2 250 and 3 r See our lines Jf Work Shoes at pr pair 145 152 J 160 175 2 225 250 275 and upIOne Man In a Thousand Wo have the assurance to say that we dont 4lieve that there is ONE MAN IN A THOUSAND that we can not please with our Clothing and satisfy with our prices Its simply a combination of Excellent Clothing and Reasonable Prices that attracts so many men to thIs store We are never satisfied without we have the best in the land This store is the home t Hart ofI i t at 18 2022 2250 24 25 and 2750 i THE BEST FOR THE PRICE IN THIS COUNTRY I Barnes Special SuitsJEvery Suit a good value 5 G 750 8 9 10 1250 1350 15 and 1G 1 Boys and Childrens Suits All Ages- You tii ForIc ntdobettr than come here for kjE P1IARNVES BROS 1t I i Beaver Dam cj 7 a f I LIit- I 1 1 p Jt loI L t em gLz 1 1- rir J r i MI4ff9 r i t J1 f I Jt r 1 47 ry j- r w