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Fine Job Work.
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY
Subscription $1 per Year
VOL. XXV.
HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
No. 1L
r- V
MOOSE PICKING
WORKING MEN
Progressives' Recognition
Of Common People.
Nominees in Sympathy With
Classes Not Under Boss
Rule.
.1 t. Vli.llh." '. '!' - .... v. .-'i
t. .1.1. ..Is... 4J,mt fl.'Tlll A.ttlAr?llt1 .
I'ultratyDii of lU.or 1 MwiUV Plwd J """ IVU.ty uUUVw.
w.ltl. he romt;n l,lit 1- biHmcj Tl, 'man-wcm of Wiwliw jlVUlsonw
s'.umn the UI.or.novtm.cnt b tjie new. ""'W' '"w flt rii I-rMld-nt.
1'iMW'lv. ln-y. I T,lft 1" -HU f,r nut rtt ''10 1unn'' ''"
T nominnm of .HWn nt" ''J'.'19 ,Ut a f4rt-or rj" b "al.
tlio rrowrlvcH in wrio.w ivmt.i of wh,,n noprwcnoMw A. fl. Miriam.. f
L.P -uvtrv f,.r ro.H.,.l.o I ..fricH. Tevan wlui Js on! of filw Lp-llnjc Hir-'l--
wir.fti-r for C.wr "im.1 Cor -Jm
3-tto nll.i,l...re. convince Wis nfOvH"
of (he Aimrlcui l-V-lrnri Jon of tl.or
l,V the ncwianty 1 slucorcly fl?V'"
of nt-ilns clo3C to the iwvle iul vt
' .ouor'tw tl... twutfm-i.' of PsiM-y.ii
tlvvt will .unollor.ite Hl.c c,m.',l.m of
tlio ijOlorK.
Tills tnilnr)' j
r,vt.r.1il xt m..,.
vnns ovliliiiioo yhat the now irly
I, no .t.c.iirar,- of .J,c r,Mn.on .t.;.!o
lt iv.nit anil juirposw jltinl iUfff.P
natiL. 1 from Alio l.o-vintrorl It'
jiiiWioan tonty which ! n Jtn,ty of
tyoiixl prlvjw. I i
Frank Morrlw.n, .-rctao- of .tli
Am -rican Fwlprotlun of ltilur, sijil
ti.lay "Jw.t. Iio Jifws nyUvml word t'' it
Uie l'-osnjlvxei lno KTiiiituut(l n
,a..r .IUW..I f..r ,,
of c:4rm. Tlnvitliy F. IIctO.io-, pr-j;-il.nt
nf tlio Intfmatlonal piroi'r!iol
of .S'jai'.oiiiiry Tinmen Iras liiin niii
inatol tor Omri'HH n tlio Sittfcntli
Now York l'Jiiti'it liy u'io J'r.rijrivo
imrjy. I I
I'm ii nirif ms'tmr lin.vittiainlnii.tnl
- - ,.- . , - .
Cli.T-os A. Summer a mtiVin atorratvn-r.
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for Owtm. Mr. Monvllon expn..
J,, own lsuwre ,uid tho HVtisf.oa
ti'i" mnilivitlon i by -.1'rOKnvol.vw, of
nn n for Coimras
until otjicr oflc3
who T be triced to r.,,,uuy ,,
l.h.0 l.V tho IPHIUP.- 1 ly:..
rotretn.tul in nhe nue (.(owe of M.o
' ,
Th 'Inforjnatlon Wlil-Ji cwit to t'lo abnlrjute! for Utn.t rti'seicwloiw nnd'. . "".
. , ., , , Qlrvicjiesi lor joint rttscusons, onu fchi wn,VV is not onl-; ,-orj-hlvw
f,.r Congress tnd the StjUo I.ia.tro Amniur the litvil atviLktn for tiO . . -''""lt. Put " a
a ql4' of nu-n who are tn w-mmthy i ,ickot aW! j.. . a,,e(,bll0.. mfcv , . J, " . "?!,.
whi -urc pontnion ojiio uni who iuh of tlvj .,5., nn, jql,n G ,HHlr,f
no,; ,bo ,.ntroi:l by h'lo Hwbpos. 1 Mrn.mU. Tlio IVogruwuvcs ar .flat
TOna i eory rmon to liqpV)0-cr tlioir ohances Jn NdnVlia.s Cmmty,
-Vjd Mr. Slorrlnon, "T;it V10 Con. nm, olaim lluit PrOcnt ntofit -wdjl run
gris to .be oleod jJUh nr wi'.l 11J t.tipJ he.ro. I
mora iy,uly r?j.mvtoitutlvo tlvan fuiy that
has srrpdcd i, ,t Jeait, for n jtonora
Hon or more. Tilw jwlnTitJms lire lli.it
the number of UeppiwiMftJvfft ,wli ar
frorcdy .to lio cvulm' of Jmbor w'A bi
' "
lurirtfy liUTuc.l by rj'io tail o'.ilon.
r w il ,vp1l
'i'hj Miiio itort of 1'eaveiilns prtticoss
la Btf.Wi on in W10 Halation of in'tmibera , .. ...
' ' ' ,a wnjooiuo reyirn fin jfctio oommunlty as
"iii i!wjH as ivia'-or lot WiMy CUiapi.
IUU 14IIU1UIUI..IIOII I WIIICHI t'llllS ill
feUraton iluiolquaiitcrg i Mint folio It.i
luiil'uvnH uro unit, niprnvjrK ylie nhor
actcr of tlujr iioiirliiutinji unyp tlio itm
dldates Beena,l!' ll ii'io Himo ojd
"linrul'Plckcd" hort t't tho im'jIIipj-iii
UHiiaVy lut UP to do tjlxdr Iftlnt;.
T.I10 IDtmiocu.,', w.lit. oro itnliy; to
make !n jvjay ito tho libor v,oto nr
mojnJnntln o ,no,mcwluijt
ibiltir f-luss
(jIlJUl ifollO 1 1 0,1
vims iw whrow
""
a.ttiuilitid to a koI nruiy pf thu U.nno
.cratJc nonvlnecH w.li,Uli wu'il jiulj if'in"i
:tho wrvMiir wtiy afjr titiu elrptlon.
As fur as 1'res.iddnt Tfift m;wliOai''
i conciriiwl At la 4iot ovswlrnwintf ti'10
sltiuuycfl a k!inllle ito ray tlvit I It
lias liocimio an nbsolnto iwko. ITIio
ropoii'js jnit out by O10 Taft jinws a,;ciit
' " . .
about "tlw Prei,;deni"H plnwca lin-l
provins" ,! oxat ..,1, mttfW'l-!"1
Voro..ijraiKKnlPUokW. b-ftler.
'. .. .. ..' . . .
feollne 4 tlwt til' uf .bo man nr ulmost
...
atl 01 uiem, niiy) Jtoju iua,i oos unuir
the AVniuiiniruijlon ara fiuikiintr ij.rlvuw
bunoMs tyiituiocyoiiH to bouonvs 'eftec-
tlvo ear.Jy next MiW'di. Tlmy foel ab
oluttly;ici'vtmln Itliuit Uhey viHl o soiu -
ratd from the liuhlft pervieo abpuft i'i-vt
time,' . 1 J
In privito convciKLjioii tlV.U.!ie ;'
liy,' itihat,4Ir. Taft 1 ijflomflj, Ala(t in I
voivcr on earth ian u,; any s Into j
hj cam I. I.icy, r- Thqy ,foql cmt'.uIii
that Jf' I'ol. R.sevr;t (H tilnafaul Iio vl i'
iu3 u clean broom 11 twiviplng out yia
offjcVnlders wlin vi'o mt tin 1 r lv!
i'ifo md iviis,siiently tfn'y rvri '
MuVr own ilny.s In nfiVa tu nwnUtat,
whether Hie Pir.grcwsiiiv.s or fj'vj puii
, ocmts wlii. I
TJio wHnjio of Prosjdcnt (T.ilJtV c.au-ill'l-wy
it rf3iicr.il .throujrhout Wm lii'i
try. There is not one iriy of 11? '"
0110 rjl-YMiiIiic prosp.-tti from tho Taft
stand po,'r.t. The fltu.ijVn tin u ml'isij
Is that lmrill luiMhmly, rtitylt' frvn .1
few profusions! jnitlij.in.i, In pr t n '
Ins to Ko any rqvon why lw m'i;u I
1.9 ncteil. I
Even 'Jio pr.fcwlona'l pi&.'lct,7ins nro
'Vi o-i -lc".irt for tlio Prold lit. i tr,Iiey
care lur.mng tor him. fl.ut fire U"Ovr nji
namo to hold possqssjun of ,Uio Ri;pu'
,
to" "f '-"0 N'1"' eainrfi!,, ,licv
roci"t'- "" trt'l rril-. .lin,tj:o7sn-ni
" ontniwinwl Ta QVOD-l.oro, ..4
",',"wn l,y r(,I,or 'mi", t" ai ,!"11'-
crMtt naMoiuH lie.id.iu.Mciw.
I TJ, Democratic N.iUwil Comm-i',vo
' " 8"'"" "" 'v-icn,u. f r.,i,-..
.on r.lie rH-ory rjmt It ds not p.,y t
w'''-0 .m"ii"litlAti on dt'I Muuk. W
iiJlri' K'M.voo'.'.iilc pnilt.i".s.ri i now lie-
'" "''J'"'1 ,,n t,l! tH-rr i".l !--'
vlt K Wilkin's only rq jauur. nl-i',.
NICHOLAS MOOSE
. ARE WARMING UP
Col. James A. Fisher SaysStreiiu-
ous Campaign Will be
Waged.
OarVile ICv. S-Mt. 21 Promraif ana
....... . .. . . . .. -
(mailman, nnu me canirsusn oamnvtMa
- .. .. .. ...."...
oi CTio nrrv."ivjj rfkny tn .-MlTOVJI'"
f),r ,); r M.i
, Ul0 ,, Jaan.,m '
K, ,
liere nevt wvk
Mr. FluhfP ftatoa a gtraiuaus Cam-
wlw lewaK(Hl l(y l!w ..
In ewor rocinotof Mo county. !
... :..
l01" ,f,ll uu ,lelJ1n rlp-
NO CREEK
.Siipt. KiItov. EU Wns,Jey an,d timlly
wJH riurji lonv t'Us .wek fnom JJb-i.
" u
." wlie.ro they Jiaw baan vlMMiiir
, ' , , ,
I Hini f?rkii.f.rrne. 1 krv luivn niULilnmlinv
liio9 Conference. They Iwvo iia.do,miiny
fr.ttfvuls ilutrn -the .rcLSf vi:i.r ntiiil 'JulvO
.. ..i. .-. 1 m . ....!
" ,
... .,- V.- .-.
mMlVn.Minni'alWM.tw..
Mr. IMmcr J.lndlcy M-J,o W be.-. -Uk
... -..., .,,.,. ,.4 ...a, a..-.,...
1-nof. w. Ji. Qiftrw ! 1mi fewWiw
nt IJiEi; NuCnwk liho a'.wl wce.k, l'rof.
c 11. shown ,hvi.w ikxm aisen,t on a--
" Ul 1'-
Honry and f.vmlly SumUy
Uonry and f.vmny SuivUiy. 1
Mij-sa Ux-a.lUiglnd &f'l W'6 iwnek tend
wltiUJinr jiamnitp ntar llmnton. '
' Jlr. Kuireno He.nnat' Ic-fjt Wa,turday far
Illinois. " I 1
AVoiM lias .r,aacavtly .bon Trpll ifrq'li
Mrs. MUlo Nelson, of Sj!!,!, Vas!i ,
' of .tlio UcaMi of Juir fcL'.lier. ,Mr. LtiMs
, , . , , "...
SoJwlorfur w.Mch qauurrqd at Ivjis Jiomo
....kUv.....o ... .,.uutIMau. nlti i"- mi !tO limir liriHIium iflm- n A-. .
. ' , ," , , ," ", , " "1""'U'''n no,Ulcs in Ohio cquntv.
A' 1,W"- f'"-';, D-, Mr' Ba,fr- "o r.emde4 at Uosln for yWr3 and
"',? " ,'7 . 'TTl'"' '" 18W " WBa a',fc,awa for
ncllV.nl. wi of Wist Hartfura and ,.rnu ,.. , ,, ,,,,. ,..,, .., .
' , . .'
wr. wiiarion .u.Uiiriur 01 uiutiuui.
For Sale. ,
A nw upnlsjlit. Jiisli erada pano for
to or will exduuigo for land. Twins
at Sl0 ""i PunliaBer. ,
Atao a ono horse Orooens' fie). iWag-
, tor fu'e nhoap. Good o.s nw.
A. B. WKDniNO,
Dundae, Ky.
ENJOYABLE DAY
WITH HEFLIN LOCAL
Members of A. S. of E. Spent
Pleasant and Profitable
Day.
"if I
ir '1
' Hi'fljn, Ky., Slit. 23, IDII.
.Editor It iuliciui: Wv wl'h to bs
sfl'" in wlijoli t,o jw nil account of
the Jl:ir;tfi ml Masi-stctlUl DWrlot moS
Irs of tho 'A. S. or II. which iiit-t
wlt'i Hefi;n Local Union at Ghipmau
, ehtollo.ue on Ka.turday ,Jist. I
Tliouiqli tlio morn in ? wtis cloudy nod
It .liok,"! Miry much jus Uiiuugji -3
wfliiH l.avu a rainy day, about V-.'.t)
o'clock tlio people bjrin to gjithcr In
and liy 10 o'clock tlio schooiliouse m-is
comfortably filled. At tlijs Mine tlio
meqjlng wis called jo ord-r by t''o
chairman, Mr. O. I. Jfmw w&Ui Mr,
r,oo lie-in at ! tface s 8-r-UW
After n sons, prayer was offorTl iv
Itjv. T. II. Ililmiti. Tls was fo'j'ow
ol J- a wolojnio jid'Jrjtw ito Lhi rtl--irV.os
jind visitors irsnt ll,vcrcil by
T. r.Tanncr. Tim rcmionso wus mi-Io
by Hro. Italmajn and was lijicli $ vn
Joyql by ,!! pncsMit.
ACtcr tlio apijn .mtrnt of a commit-
te on rosutlon,', j.rosjrnm antl nndlt
I'W by ,tha o'vilr, the fcin3 up jinjU
noon w.is ii.k?n up In Jnyirjiw rijorts
from t!i- various IivtiI4 iii the tlintilc.
At Hoc n wo adjmimad o the sli.tlo
of a Mira'ns oak, AvUre tlio .'mlK'
spriTid n, bountiful ftp,st mvi thonot
hur was spon In drtlnir JUjirjloo i tlio
bii'.tjil ilvjtn, bikwl juutton, rol Hijck.
en iutA other Rood Ahlnug fcoo nutnor.
ous ( mnyon not loi'it of wl.K'Ji w.w
a kyi; of fresh glider furinUhcU by Mr.
A. I H.iir.1. I
At 1M o'clock wo wore taaUqd to or,
dr and nftor liturlns lio mnoras of
he varjous commttens, the (itt?;rinoon
was iKivt in a stsnorul discusjan of
reports I of conraittces pind atnor
i... . ...;. . ...
A" """ " '-ltaci c Wourned to
,. ,ui, i,i ,,.., 4,. , ....
"' . . w f ,;u.jr
in Djoftmbiir i
'
a,t "t baf I 1 a
" U " IJ reret1 p, ,leP
er.
day
Jieftrd
e.prcfd was itha,t more tpewplo iwere
,,.-., . ... ..... . ...... ... ...
' - .PVo
i.tfu mtln you Z
al "''W mrenngs, jou are mak-
Inu iaad mtako and aro not uvdiiff
mcqtlnjgs iwiid
ywt tnay J.J1 iioy ,liMn, is rjle wlh
of ONK PRB3i3NT. I
Miss Lyda Young Victim of
. Thphoid.
Hs liSVl.i Young foil oaletp at the
homo of'.Mrs. Jane Payton, at OViton
.... ,w,, K.m .. , . .
, Jvy., tuwut :00.o clock on flhe ovonlne
,..H.. 'u.. . m.. .
I f i'fjday Septuvnber 39th. aBlor 11
, ,.., ... . , , , . , ' .
3 weeks' HTncas of Tyj,lKid. pi n Voun
wtis II yura anfl .inanWis iojd.
Rov. Marjori Farnh gav a beautiful
ta!k n,t lio 1'a.yton liqmo ajtter wlitrti
the rcniiilns were oiiivpa 1 m Mi rsrs.n
v
burial sromvls ,wihuro liitermervt ooeurr l
3:a) o.0j)K,k y twcn.1B Qf yI0
su, ...... ,,..,,., ,-.,, v.,.-
of o,ut0( Alln of' nwl,;jlK
(tuv, SAm of P(ln Kn0l) rwnaln t
Iuml, ,cr awilSt) ,
, ,
Prominent OhioCountv Man Dead
Mr. I.MoXS a. PJL-In.n.1 .1..1 ,.f 1,1-
m..u., 1
iiam.'cr.
miw Rwiudna woro itakcu to Risjus
MoivViy fur burial and funeral erv.lcs
were oatvlucUxl at tint Place im 2
o'clock itUajt afternoon .by Kldor W. 11.
Witolit. paistar.-of t,ho UUrinyn.n Oliuwh
of cjlvjg Ity. I s
ilr. ItiJglutiu was for )vars anioiiticut
in Republican noritlcs in Ohio qquntv
."took, uui 17m again xor lyw-t Qfffe
and was olncfced in 1SS7 and was re-oiiMt
l to tlw aamo otf,lco 'iiu 1901. Jlo.wis
a veteran of tho Civil War, Jwltisr
ioine4 ,jlio Unjon Army ,in 1V1I.
ITlio dMeuaoil wan a imonbor of t!'0
Clinician Churoli, Knvilng rfpently Jojn.
ad. Ho waa 07 years old and loaves a
wife, four nons, ithnao daughters and
sooros of frlw Vi anjd nojatlvog 0 inourn
hia idapanturo. I
. ,,,. .... ..w,, vib.t.rtAO WHN IVII .
COULD PUT BECKER
IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
This Was Boast of Schepps at
Hot Springs, Declares
Witness.
' Hot Sprlgns, Ark. Slpt. 81. "My o.'i
dence will onl llcckunr ijt ,n pliair;
don't 1 know it.1 ,
Thl lu effect, was ono of tlip d-
claratmis of Sam Solirfip-, .IVtscnUis
murdar cae wiUicsis, -yo 'P"ljmairirl''ru
K. Johnson, of Ho,t Hprjnfrs, nfjcondl'n
to t,ho .testimony of Mr. Joljnwiji (before
SpeKjUi CommlRsloncr .Huff.
Another Uacjaireiillon of Ai..hciprjs' (rcforJ
ln it; tbo catnta,ster, wa $n gub
stajice. ,
"If llosntliAl .haul not bsn siKh a
'noooliei' bo woubd not Jnve got Mm
"K J" vi b.ul. I tlon"t wtiut you fel
lown to think wo lulled n mm ofMomo
acpunt. Rosenthal . drcrvfd p b
KUlwI." I
Johnson, wiho firretfii St:bcinps Jiaro
Hild 'lie talkml to l,m ntn,ost fve
liouns on AuuuKt 10, mostly ultout t,he
IUwtyjUal niunler, and SohdHtus 00,1.
notion ,wy,ii it. Silicjirvs, Jie nai.1,
fjlr.st lfigsCpl iKt to be ilellvarajl tio (ie
Now .York police; ijli.ji fiiscwia'
Kraft, public ofQo;,als, itho ihufics Jeid.
Ins UP to '.ho klH;iiff of . Ra.sjn,tir.l
and iloa'jartd, "I am the keyname fnf jho
wilialo sjtuallr.il."
Uqukucr. Johnson testified, wni , d
scribed by Seller," as 11 "Brafttir' one
never .tjifjoa and nlwtu'a urpjr An
lnereeiol donation (f u (rajili,r t'lUoiv-
etl nrospery. '
C. II. Moilijrr, anotihcr witness, lnt
int3,lit 'ojrroburated the lestiimony e'
previous .witnesses os o BqllClnIla -i-lei-l
assertion cnidiUni; ito Bcpkuor x
Umni to kill itosontl'i if "uho Ha.nir'
did not, and Itoajnjilvi-lV) ' icannqqtiloT
with .women and etrl Sqliopps, Uie
wUjkjs said, datailed Jvjs mo,v.emants
alyw- '.t'io klllJnb', and .on nujgfli r-
markod: I
"By a, I glvook lianjcbj w,it,h pneof
the beat detectives Iium,s lias .gat, pt
ay and jlien cams down here and
BOt nlicJicd by nn Arkansas poij(Cqma.n.'
OLATON.
Snp,t. 2S Mr. n. JJ. Paj-ton was iher
from Crofton, Ky., several dnyp .as t'13
ijue?t, of his mother, Mrs. Jano paiMon.
Miss Georgia D. .Dowejl awiicd Sun
uay nlaht from Clifton Mi;'(s, Ky., to
visit her ls,ter, Mrs. Wes'.ey J). Juk,e.
Mrs. Frances I Ellen AlVn and Eu
ffene Jlandall Allen, of Roaina, veTe
truos,tis of Mrs. Allen's itor, filn. Jtle'
Vina Hall Wednesday and TltiUrodajv
Es,t4H MoxJey, clerk in lihe MoxlJy
store Jiere visaed bis totlier, C. S.
MoniKy, Forilsvuie, IR. jr. D. No. 2,
Saturday and Sunday. I 1 .1
Dunk Hall, of Hantford, is ill at iile
homo of Jils isiundniother Mns. MalMjia
Hall. I 1
Rno. BlrcJi Shields, of Rookport, fill
ed ibis rctJuTuT r-KPOjnAmeivt a,t t 'e
Diajpitltit cliunJi 3nitundaSfiJid SuivVy..
AVllbent 1 K. IIaII wios in I-lordavillo
Thursday on business. I
.Mr. Jolui F. Alien Itifi oJd Jils beaut 1
ful ronliknco tind gcnenil Hto.ro on
Church Htreot t Mr. C. S. , Motley of
R. F. JJ. No. 2. 1'ar.l'Vlllo.' Oousi-lcr-
atlon not known. iM,r. MoNley tio-'k
cjiarso of tlw store !niit .week. ,
Msj,fitcr Deo May i abhj t out
uuJiln after Jils recent i'tlnti. i
Sir. and Mrs. John F. Alen iwieru
guaits 'Of Veloy iD. Duko nin,d family
in U10 country near HriqdVii,nd Sunday
afternoon. I (
Millies Bosslo Smiitlt and .Girntt J2a
lyn li,ix wotxj quests of f I'londs ait lur
rq;ta Ferry Saturday and Sunilaj-.
Mrs. Arthur U. Mitchell J-is beon 111
sovurul days at her lwniie on Winir -.vo-nue.
I
Ohio County Man Bankrupt.
The QwtivMiwo ,Iiuulrcr fcays;
Staving in bis v,o'.untary potltlon In
bankruptcy .lliat ho Ji,aa fjlcd in tlio of
fice of tlio fodaral iimrt ujerk a this
ulitO', ,Wia.t lie is n dsbt .to thq extent o
133,176, and ftliut be is unablo to UiUl
dato Ills jlndobtedness, Chas. F. Fra,ya;r,
who JnJ,os (j'at 'li t! a laborer ongue
od fit iio Taylor mines in Ohio Motili
ty, iprais tlw court 'liat lie o adiudg
ol a bankrupt. I
Tlio pititl,oiior states t'a,t t'o .Bojfonto
Trust quntrany of Tyrone Ui,(lqld hi3
note for 17.0, wit tho remainder of
lls Innlqbtxliitvss is duo lianks Mnl 1110"
ciwtitle liousqs In Altqqna, Pa. Tho ji
(i'.a'oncr dpes not 1S any assets, a),
thouajh fr.um Alio potltion1 j,t aims yixt
nl 0110 tlmo Iio ownm! syok In t;'e
Walnut Coil Comrany at Alto-Jin.
BALD KNOB.
Kipt. It Hi.th in ,th;s nu:?Mor,hoJ
Is not very goid at this wnlMnu.
MlM Delia Smith, who has boon vlslt
ns relative In i:vansv,ille(, lrd., and
Henderson, Ky., returnid Jicnij WtlnM
day. I
Mr. J. If. How,ard and tamlly v;sjt.
eJ Mr. S. Taylor and finiUy of Mt.
Zjon, Sunday.
Horn -to the wife of Mr. ,t.. I.. Ia.oli
on t'10 21 a f;no 10 pound boy, 3Iqthor
and ha,be dojni; well. ,
Unpjo Riley Hues, lias biwun discing
cm.1 on Uiuc2j EUslvi Pay.'jon's ,l).irm,
Mr. F. Ij. Taylor and mdee, Miss Em J
I0113, an,d MiBs D.?Ha Smth, wont I to
tho Morgantown fa,;r aaturdaj-.
Mr. Chaster loach, and family visited
rslaUvt'S find fricndis Sunday. 1
Presidential Candidate Authors.
Iti'jsnot only an imtorcstyns ut unqi'o
fapt tint tlio t'lree proslJenlal nandl
dates, Co, Roosevelt, Governor Wilson
and President Taft, are all TvohUilo au
thors as well as poUyqlans. , Colonel
Roasovoit loads the ljgt wiith a ,wlde
margin Jiavln? more tl.an fontiy ymmnt
asldo from scores f magazine arijjio;.os
to .his credit. Goveirn,or ,Wilon cqnv.-s
nexit 'Willi a number of it'exit books,
books on poHy.es and law; a ,ttve Mojumn
history of t1'0 American penp'o anl
snvcra,! volumns of osnayis pu Reneraj
literary ..tonics. Prcwld(nt Taft a!,s(o Ills
several volumns to lqs crcdjt.
INTEREST GROWS
IN WHISKY VOTE
Warm Fight Being Waged In
Montgomery County On
Local Option.
Mt. Starliny,. K-., Sopt. 2t The floca!
opitlon eitjlon lln .tills comity has bo
gun .to wax wuxm and t'' interost is
incneoslng. ,Tho voto Js for the, entlro
county and will t be vken on Monday
ScipjtiQntber 30. T(he drys began their cam
palsn in the city tonight with nairrlng
adrossos and win .hold meatimss ea-oh
nlgjlvt lln wxntous sections. .Tlipy claini
sure victory.
The aalOon and business mqn opposing
the movement ano making a qulat edu
oaitlonal fight, .'and bejlqve Uiey have
a ahance to IwiUi, although they are
making tnar Plans ijo appeal jhe result
ofitheelefltion jf 4lioy are deifeated. Tha
claim that the call for tho elacflton Is
U1a,l and,Uiat .'itfio Higher oourts will
so dooide.
T,he claim of dHagaJUy is b,asd on tfho
faqt .Umt County Judge iUoCormlck al
lowed 'the petitions to be amendod and
enough names addled aftw the withdraw
als .to mako (the petitions oampiy with
the taw, wliich aays .tliat 2J per cent
of tine rotors of each precinct must b3
qhtalned to the patltlons before (tho ejijo
tlon should bo called, the petitions to
Uoov,er th.iity days from itime of lll!"ff.
When jhe Withdrawals were mide,
the required number of voters had not
boon aeourod, and J.uUre MoCorntick
nllowTQi tlio patulous to be amended by
njaw nairtAs addad. The withdrawals aw
allowed by jaw, but no tow ihasbn
jsiid down rera ruling, lwj amendmcn(t of
tho ,,patHtVns, and Jud,go iMaCorniick
decided tho question, .thus osfialjishing
a urecodtJit. I
Tlw "wct" clijm I1I3 laclton 'was
cji-arlj- Illegal, and for f(hat rqason.are
not making tho figiht fclipt fjiey wou'd
qthorwlso. SliouVl t,ho niattftr ba fcaken
through .tjlio courts ami tha drys win,
elections will bo called In dUDls, Win.
o!iQs,tor and liOxJugton as qon as ,thoy
am Jiossibly bo held. On (t(ha.,flnai
rawJU of tha Jcctjon hero rasts tlw
quonlon as to wjietlur pjl Oentni
Kantueky will bo dry iby net fall.
Lives Queerly Tangled.
nuluth, Minn., Sqpt. 2U.-sMoot!ng lo.
day for ,tho flnit fjjme in fifteqn ji-s
aavd ilqaruing ihat (t,hoy tare eri.gjd
to two listers, is tha oxporietiico pt J,
Mayor, of Now York, and ,W. JS. (S,mi;,h
of Idoago, traveling pajusmeii.
Tlio man met n a qtai by uliaiwo
and begun to talk 'oiior old tttnas in
ElKliart, lnd., where Chey uyiru,tqd of
ter leaving siliool. 1
Mr. Smith voiuntjjcrqd the .Intonnii.
tllon that lo WW bojluiqthiid u,nd Mr.
Mayer jald !ho wus too. It hoon dj
vlqiiqd itlia.t.they woro to livirry itst
at Elkhart. 1 (
"Uts 'make a Uoublo wq'linB" u
gestd Mayer. 1 ( ,
"All right" aW Sn;th.
POLITICAL PLUMS
MADETOOTHSOME
Fouth Class Postmaters
Under Civil Service.
Only First Step of Plan To Plac
All On List of Classified
Work.
WaiMilnirton, Sqpt, 23. It was praofj
oaljy dqcidtl today that Pret;dent Taft
In tho near future, wilt (suo on oxe
cut;,ve order, plaoing ol tour,tli;iisa
postmasters in the casslSlod penvlce.
This order, relieving 38,033 posamatu
tors from the uncertainty of ipoilfial U,P
polnilmont, .will be one of tha most
comnrehen-s,ie and far-reaching, as of-
fqctlns? the olvll aorvlce, evqr Issuqd by
a President of Ujhe United Suites.
That .tho President wou'd take this
stop, .his first "t toward putting 'into
pnurtlce his often expressed bojef tht
all Govenimont ofticons b'ilow t(ho (girado;
of cablnqt maniUers s,liould bo removed
from Vie nfluariico of polkas and pi'
undar fihe civil orvlce, bcctunto pnaqtU
oa'jly certain late today, a5ter a dele
gation of postmasters, returning rosn
the annual oonvantiP" pf i'io ia.srsTiqip.ti'n
In Richmond, 1 V,o., bad bqjn reclvcil
at .tilic Whl'jo House, ami by P,3s,amis
tor Gcnoral IUtolicock. The (vjtoris ul
mltted a monstor position, Bjynod by
about 20,000 pos,tmastcrs, FiskOns that
they be ilacod in the cuissifiqd sarvice.
After discussing fje mai5tc,r brlf;y
wltili the dalegatlon, Prqsidcinjt fTaUt rs
ferred the executive oommacitoe to Mr.
Hittohcock for further consideraiyon of
the matter. Ijater the cqmjmj:ttQ0 called
on the Postmaat'er aencrai to Uiqcuja
the subject -with him. I
In a few days Mr. HltOhcock iwlJd Rub
mit ito President Toft 1 fonman TCpoim
mendation tliat tlw patjon fie enamfl
and the President Is expected td a'lt
promptly, and favorabjy pn t''0 raoain
mendaitlon. I
In the on,tlre country (here .were 49,
672 fourth-ctasa posmaistWs pit aha em!
of tlio jast fiscal .year. Bjf Bxiicutjivo
order dsued tin July, 1308, ' I jP,rosAdertt
RoosovQltt .placed the (Sounth-cjifls poit
maatons of al the Now Eng)and Stait'.a
and of Nqw York, Naw Jqtjsey, jPi(n(yl
vanla, Ohjlo, Indiana, .MioHgian , pm4
Wllspoinsln in the qiivil ncrvjice, a tPtl
Of .13,631. Those atlil iwjt,oiU(t fie wr
Mice nmnbor 360,033.
While the details of t)he prnpo(i'n
have not ,bean worked put, lt isjexipefltisa
that tha converting injto .tha qlf-nmn-vl
service of tliis great m,hcr of offoia.,.sr
wiU be acoomp"i4ied by bhe destynaploit
offihe ipostmas,trs of groups of S(tates
suocoaailvely. I ,
Jt win require on immense a,mount
of johor on itho part of (ho PUA1 gcrt'ot
Commission, particularly, as. waH' at
on tlio pant of yhe Hosotfioo 1 Diia' t
ment. I
Bath t'10 Prasldcnt ind .Pasimawtjr
Gansral Hitchcock ha,vra raconvnqndtt
to Qon,gress that .0,11 pois;ntUi(tera b
converted Into tine iclassjCiicd Isopvlica; land
tliat, ao far as posslblo, tfuo itntlro ps.
sorwielot ithe TOatnl serllco be pomiovjl
from oo'iltlcal influcniee. I ,
As .to tlio first 'sqcKund, and (!ii.nl
ola-sas qf posjimostcns, laal.sl0iion by th'
Qoasross woul I bo requlrod to placo
tlwm .under olvll erv,voo reiuVitjons; but
the ITqsldcnt npw lW HUihorjty, un
der uertain defined llniitf-ttnnns of ppm
potenpy and effii'lonfy, ipj j-ut pnslaiws
tars of the fourth cluas under ipiynto'
tlou itlie civil service orulos.
Surprise Supper atTrisler.
Mls Victoria Moxjey I was given 1
surprlso pound supper ait ''er huma no,rf
Trislar, Ky., Saturday nlijlxt Sontaui
bor SIM. In honor of her 2ts,t bjirjtKW
atmlveraary. Many of lur friends and
relatlvos wci jiresent and tho sup
pur was dJHsrUtfulIy enjoyed by ajl
pro?ut. Amiong thaso to u.',teji(l woro;
Mqvrs. Iinnlo .Vandlwr, Bilpn iKoeua
Je9 Vaiwlivor, Oiyo ,Pi-tty, Vrnon
Sapp, Alaji Moxley, Ra' Mox;y, Davo
Wlrtt,ynshUl, Codjo Salmon, itoqkiliain
WhlttlnghUl, Ttmimje Johnson, J.'nuiU
Rdkirkcr, Jr., ' Arulilo Buixih. qjiuJo
Foiflo, Robert Swjihearit, 1-Vi Jonnsm,
Wilbur Burch, Harvo .Ulalr, an-I Ms.HU
Mxjoy. iMsos Maymeo Blur. KnHi
awlhoant, uVdellne Matherwn, bcoto Swl
heart, Anu Potty, Nao Koavp, Rho.ii
IliUiMli, Ida Maj-e Moxjey, Mra. Hi'Iy
aiaj,r. 1
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