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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, J 912.
As Compared with the Pro
Voter of McHenry Gives Elabo
rate Discussion ot Issues of
Mellcnry. K Oct. 21. i
I riv Kmi' tlmi" ago I" one of tlio
mlracati'H nf the ilefuit i)f x-I'r-lk-nt
1tiaYJelt by iI'ieFlilcnt Tnft nnU nlo
liowjt for the ilectlon of iWIImmi aii'l
MArahall, .that Gov. llhon wij ho
unnw to jlnkf the iKiile of thlx country
bicl. b) PioKrirnloii to the "Ciood old
times of the Ix-mornitk- udmlnlNtri-
tlon of Ioiik mkh" when the people of
tiln eiiimtry wen- -nilliiB the pioilurtM
ot (tr.'lr fiiiiiiK to Kurope to be holil lo
Vw rmiiiufai.tuieiH of Kuinpeau coutitrle
niul tlwlr emplojen at pikeH establlhed
I Uuiope and recehe In exclmiiKe for
their jnoduce hu.I. i.nniiticturedartloK-.
.u thej. tie K..,Je of tbe fnlted
fnim the pioienl.s of tlielr jiiimImc to
pay tr.inrportatloii botll n.x.
Till", hefoie Uie elt.ictnu-nt of w'Mt
Henry 'la ivilbd die American jijrteiii, (
nnd Mli.it Iti entinlcH called "Thei
lltliliT Tarllf." I'nder thlx tiianufiiclure
Kro In the t'nllid Suites in Hplle
,.f L efforts of the i:iii..n,.i. count. h
..V such men in the I'nlted Suites as
wimiitw ijison. .xutt i snoiiiii iiKe nuii'h ns to tho duty on the manu
to know If Mr. Wilson mran.s die dines ratlins whlcJi caused the faetmlcs l'i
nbor .meiitloiud or does hi- jneiui Ui the U. S. Tbeieroie the iucpeuhing Im
thv g(Md times of .11. e Dcmocnitlc ad-, migration which would naturally lu
mlnlsLiiitloii; pi lor to ISO. or die go I crenflr" the population. nuking tho
4 Line- of Ck'tliu! ailiiiliil"LniU(in with iinikd farllltlts to much grcivter belo
friVL- uoi'p and lien, CoxoyV ninny I'ro- at home and s.nliig tiaiismitulVn of
vres&jiK iumoh Uie 1'nlled tl.tfm fioni. tiio. farm piodm-ts. - ,.!., -.
t'ullfornla to Washington givtliciliig up j
the tiiiempbived woiklng mien of the
oUi,'.es t'.uoiigh Mlileli It I'a-ngressfd.
I ti ;ill now iindeitake to ismipjif the
Iioiii of th. nt'ote luuned ool times ,
with Borne of the piogLslte times of
1ie ocIU.I IK.bl.er .T.nlff.
Jn a tci short tin nftei U.e Iiioiirii-,
tufon of I'lX-s. McKlnley 11 e flee Hup-
, ,, . , , , , , . .....
Iloux' ..f (liKvei's, had onlsIif-d, Covy I
Heat aunt Wins disb.uiu,"d ciud Insteau
the meinbeiH were at work at wage.H In.
ereoHr-d at 10 to per cent. An edlto
rial In the Kllzabethtotvn Minor of
Vi.pt. M in .which tlie Kdttor. l'iMr Milt,
rings that old comic -ong "Tjie lrlcc f
t, o ..,wc.c- . Kmum. ...
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tlie uuiy on Iran jaiieie, unu 10 pruvo
Ills assertion coinparcH prles In IS'U
,.! nuu..rlM Hint lh.. ...Unili.x l .l.lo In
" " told mo ot some ot uiem since, i can
tho saime Increase in the tailff. He U( . Ulat ,liy fatIltr purcnasjil
leaves the Inference that tlnere was no KO,lietimc during Ilucluiuan's udmlnh
tarlfi duty on wnil under t,ho Wllrou- tratlon, farm wagon, two-Lame size
Qonman Hill of liW when h saya that whL:)l cost im U5.00. It Ivul wood
prices In the United Stutes and OrealnxMi tlie vvna being' strips of Iwti
prttaln were Uie same. This reminds aij0Ut onf ur ctv0 aa f,ne fourth inches
me of an Incident dint occurted during (
Uie life of the Tariff lviw known uh
The SUKlnlcy MIL" At the tin I
was employed In a store and did niost o,
tho buying. A traveling salesman re
prcfcutlng a liordwoi'e co and iwho ,had resrect,except quality at .wood-Alic same
unK that same pld hous to tne many a quality of wood would cost now four or
time cjine In ono day and s,ild ;wlth con flto times as much now ns it did then
:-Mt-rul!o gualo "I um heiidquarlcRs for ji Us bought now for TO. .to !. In
nails now. I can rurnish steel fwlrp na'l the way of furni Implements .thtiro la
ta 11.75 pea- keg. 1 replied ''Confound Uio scivixwlj any comparison. tno quality bchi
liifaiiious McKlnley Hill" If U jwera not t ho poor and the j.rlqes ho high Mien
for tluit now you would , give me all the'wi'd'" the quality b so high and jirlcs
nall.H 1 want uud pay me Sjo per keg to . low now.
take them," The duty being V lntr keg I nunembar of my father Helling e.
1 . .... .(irn . t
II. ..-.. lu mmlli.M- rnmnui.tlnim. llurlnir .
tMot .la lid's second Ltnu my biuther
dd a good fenmlo jiiule, lour jears old.
about II 1-2 lutnds high, .vell for,mqd, br
ken lo Muldlo and Jmrnvfs. an excellent
nu mulo at customary pilco tor such
mules dun; $tr..t tho inhmr glng
,.iu ...... r.... i,o..f f,,r , ,..
he dll not havff llio cush. Sjome, 10 cr
11 yeais after that during tho existence,
of u'ie Dlnglutv ls,w ,tho samo brother
sold tho Mime purchaser a tiinlo auule,
t hit teen yqarsold ubout .the o,nio height;
but not to good u form. lor die murk,ot
lirltv of such st(H.k, $173.00 ct.h. Wa
tlw duty 133 1-3 UlglieiT Ux 1 a turner . HUfrlcU.,lt ,Uantltlt to Aon) gmjnfu.vs
who was enguged In buying and selling wr Blli,p,,Ils Ulo dclJVVd that to not
clock offend uie us many .oo,d ewes us ,Mrt)w tlluII before tliero wvis eMr
1 might .want, of which 1 wmss thinking niy UvUt Uutx ,Mlt on a0410ri).
of bujlng ti few at 7fo lo $1.00 much. ,11)Ivt Jf tllt.y ,o dvey will iileubo namo
inning McKlnlej's ndmlnbtruaiion I ask- lt 4ving tho julco arid dat,e. iMy o'
od Jilm what he could furnish tho Mine m.riatloii 'and iufii.iuiiu.Uoii from history
.grade of aheej. at. ilIU leply wa $".) niiow ino thut u tariff duty Uitled on
jhjr Jieud and uj. At UiU lime Xl far- utttcles diAt can ;urt Uo productvtl i dm
meH weiji getting to per cent to 10J per United iitateji, lnorcaes V',o vj-l'o
cent for .their wheat, corn, oats, hay of ithoso articles. WliUo a (tarJLff duty
mid other iruducU ubote tho price of
IW.-5 rattle, lmw, horses mini nVnt
eteryUiliig the farmers had ito sell, had
iiMtn;iceii in uio some insriiFii. imu
borer Jmil not Ihtii n-iilrod cltlior.
Tholr Iiml been Increases! utul th')
numVr employtd gtcutly enlarged; 1"
nltnort all ntocn.tlon.
flll.l niifl f I.. 1... rrmituli nf f 'lrvi I l.t'ls
. , , I fucLirk'H. At tb- fame Hmo It creates
good old Ilomuointiv Hints to satisfy
n pood market for perlslui,ble proili'iit ot
r.-ii iy..r. ,wii.oi.: i.ut ..no nm.e iu.'"Uw fimn ,, Rardeni WJlllh couM wt
uiR I .l.H leave the good time, ghm(, (() f((re,Ktl lwre, on
Oroter alone. In the e.vrly ,Nn of the of ,,,. erlslulbl(! lmtllr,..
mis the ix-nuu. i-llliu their tin,, it , , ,, I,.nielnI)Cr wll f VVilH A ,,OJ.,
raw about wl.ut ll.ey claimed to I n ,n fHlM oM o my xm jm ;
groat ntniicc In tlio price. of tinware .n of 1M,ncl mcg nJ)(, yIcy lpro a firoat
eonfeouciuo of the duty put on Hn plate mnri). fm, riC4U,y,s ,,lvt )e ,!,, I)t
l.y ,tlie -McICInley law. The truth of tlie gi ilUlll- T re jjeing SCuicely any man
matter is tliat Here neter has been " ufncU,n. Thcic was no piarkqt for
ilay since 10 that die price of tln-( f,.t ,.NC,.,,t tlrlcfl fruit and nilcex wio
ware has not been as low or lower than r w y.flt a farmer could not dry
It ccr was bcfuioi because pf c male- enough 'to bring him anjlblng at U'e
lug of tin plates In till countrj's rcn- high price of manufactured goods (which
derlng It possible for Uie .various ar-
tlclu of tlnninre to l inaib? lie.ro at Jlr. AVIIvm an;J tho DomVpuhlarra'.lc
ilunl(e p., c)iea an or Wiyer tluin, they imperii l'onl a ffnat deal about Am 8
roulil bo brought fpom Juiope find sold trylry? to make the peqplo bolhive the
),0re, m Ir. Karmr ou pee that a p'joteetlve tariff miues ruUi, and that
tnrlff duty on an aitlcle wlileh c:in Po.lf .Wllwn becomen president Hie will
pnlue'd here, does nqt rals the rlo 'break tip all trr.;.tN. G,iw Jlamlmll naid
yiat article; but. u duty on one tb.it .hl upeceh at Kunsns City itl.it the
vamvi t. produced vrc lu sufficient jproxvutlon and control of the (Inisti
,,My to supply nvoti tluin a iery j'lonu lo stntc Kovrriimentit and c,oiirtH
hllul ,,or t.,.t l)f tlu ,i0ni.uid, will In- ,,ml "u,t l,,c I'cJernl couits and gov
cruiM. the pil( ormieh aitUle.'A r.n "nieiit -slnihl Ji.ie nothing ,V ilo
ImUine of such effect you only haiol111' " Oi.icrnor Vllonn '.state. New
t(1 n-meliibei the Wll-on-Corllviu IiUPh Jl,,e-V i,a" ",ur" trusU lico'ponited
t.,Mn M,KII1 fr 0lP f,Co IM of th.' ' um,or lt" ,ftw" tl,a" any otl,0, 8,nle
MtKlnle lau. and jhiUIiw a .lirfy on It. "" '" VnUm' U rwi ,,H,rc'' tU
eratlc idltm of the Herald Ku If they
t tut till me wluit tallied te hb;h vi-''e
Now for u few IteJiis in resard to
ivfiuc of the vood old Umivs of lunu as".
pibir to 1S1I. I i ontend that tho al-
,...l Ul U..JH ,M.f.Uf.. .u...
M ,H.r ,,.nl , w r ao er ttnt aii
llllt ,Iw. , ,llM) ,IIt 0 Ul0tl! Ulhw, us
Now its to tlw effoct of the itarlff
duties on the pioducts of Liu luctorle.
WJiicn 1 was. a little boy, during 1'res.
Ilno'iaivin's admln!.srt:tlliui. ,i L,he muni!
u tull- do'B. I wanted a sU.ro Jmt.
miVilnK finer and as 1 thought, better
U"m " str,w J",t "' n,ol,,er "'","
f,,r ",c' "vliuuiifchl u quarter ot a
,,"ILir ""'"" ",J' ,UClC l MC"1 "y ""'"
for what we called a "jiunveeter" hat.
it Li as jnade of strlns fhf ttviod. I HUii-
pom palmcto. Anyhow It cost 2.-. MnW.1. PregU)cnt
I can gel a iiiucai ooueir uni u,otr an
from fi lo 10 cents, neat because of the '
Larlff dheitly uilslng or lowering the
price but by It lndlrcwtly bringing
ahma tho production in this epuntr.J
j WW loo )oung lQ knmy mwil Bjb0Ut
p,rlceB dien but renumber Wn.o of Vwm
and my father and older brothers iiave '
. . . - ... . . ..''" "'t-' "" '"" u H -..!
wije fasLen,cd nt die small end of the
H,)lndIo by , htm uan,d pibou,t0ne inch'
brtpd. Tho boxing In .the hub ponslsted
at a nn.rrnw Iron hand in each end cf
the hub. iA much better (wagon In uveiy
ITOI1 Ol glKId lOliaccu in l-pn pr Ul
cents per pound for leaf and oue-ihalt
cent per i)und for lugs and It ,wus b"1
1 remember tlv first felt 'hat I over
""J- " as """ ot vr- ciwiice wool,
u 1,ot cnn Uo bolwl,t ,,ow tor n
cents, but It cost tlwn,. under Itu,chunan'
admlnhitraticn, $1.00 i
Hrown Billeting (called donvcttc) uot
at retail dien, 10 cents per yard iby '.fie
bol,t and 11 or 12 1-2 cents In smaller
I Mhould llko to know if itjiote Dcn-
ocnvtlc edltois know of mi rrtlcle ,that
can lo iiuulo In the United States ii
leled on articles tlsat rpn be ttrqlucj.at 7:S0 wjll sjieuli At MHn,r".
In this country In quantities sufficient
to wupply dio demand cnwtfi tlio en,tab -
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frtr die production of those articles. Tills
tr.ako-s n better mat ket for thf pioilui-ts
of ll' farm n"1 "nvc" ,)l0 ''"nf Vt
")rtt ,)f tiunKporlallun on Mb pioduee m
'mi v1" products or tiniP newly ostaMM'i
must eune from Kurope.
eonuiui aeia lor wiiluli it icjunoi nc
'priteetiim In lie Mate In ,hlcli It
U piierutliiK It woe to New J,?r?ev
I tn Incur oiale. And c,t, jilt,liou.t,h Sir.
IWIbioii has been Qo,iornar of th.it
State Mid has bad uontrol of the leg!?-
Intuit' of the same for some time. Il
imih' m iri riliiuu KL III,. IUV 1IIK Jijiiii
. . . ,,,,.,. , s I,
, tl,,1, OJ,0 llpeclou, jeHrf Jliat
Ono Of The Natives.
THREE TAFT HEN
' HEARD FRANKS SPEAK
.. p-.jvjji. Ctltrrfaw Itltrn
Al rOrBSVHIB daiUrUiiy inirO-
duced by Roosevelt Sup-
'Hon. i:. T. Fianks, of Owenboro,
stiite u'uilrmnii of ,Che JteipuUIIcaji Sluto
(CVntral Cjmuilttee, upoke at 1'ionlsvllle
I List Skiturdiiv In the Intercut of iTaft's
While thcie aje ,ery ,fow 'XWt men
In or around tidsvllle, pa Is the con
dition all over Qlrto county, yet the
lav being Kitunlxv Ithore .were more
,n Fm,gU1Ia than anA t9
t-tlv I'Oiu.t hnll was ifalrlv wiell filled
t,, tpTOtators. An pffcrt ,vt made W
, , . . . ,.,, . ,,.,...
Mr. Franks and falling In .this effort
a Christian minister, tt)l'D Is n t,rong
bUMorter of Col. ltoosetielt wis naked
to Introduce Mr. F,nink. (Wo agreed
t,o 4Ms and In ibis introduction merely
said that ilr. Franks ,wnis an eloquent
Fcr tiorre .time Mr. Franks spoke and
m IVepub,Ican Bnd 6unport
Tft. lie met with no enthusiasm, for
I In fact .there was only one Tatt pinn
present to lv.vir Air. Franks except the
post masteir at Fonrtsvillo i nrui tho
Narruws post mas.tcr.
At the conclusion of tli,e sieecJi by
Mr. Franks the gentlemain ,wilio l'jacl in
trodiutid him gaie a phpor fo,r Itppe-
I velt and lhs cllmaxCxl dli vjio!o
To Speak Here Saturday.
HON. M. J. HOLT. OF LOUISVILLE
ILom. Matt J. Halt, (of Louisville, will,
spuak In fie court iliouw Saturcbij' fifte'-
noon for dio 1'iogiiesiito 11w.ty. 'Judvo
Holt U a wiluidtd speaker and flvery-
body Is Cordially Invited to hear bin.
Mr. Holt will sivik o,t aiaritfaiid at
ISO iUturday afterftocm and that ailgut
ft I 11 Ofll fliril
ll II all II 1 1 1 f K
To Local Democratic Com
mittee. Progressive Was Urged to Drop
AUOther Parties and
The following shows a corin?ponden',e
it ' ,
tbuit bus been curried on between c-
Judge J. I. Miller, necftary of the
Ohio county Democratic Campuisn Com
mittee, of Ilartfprd, and Mr. James it.
Uogem a civil war vctprnn living ..t
Cro:n II, Ky., and an ardent Kupportcr
of Col.- .T4icodore llooaevelt for Pfeslde'i',
aud;o w.l o has be?i a live-long Jtcpulill
can. A Imitation -was extended by Mr.
Miller to Mr. Kcuera to "vote for Wil
son and hae a. good lante lnyour mouth
for the next four jtsom." JIoeer, Mr.
Itosers, remembers too' well the "good
taste" that Cleicland Jeft In bis
mouth and did not hesitate In ,teI11n,T
blm so. Mi. IloRcrs war. nlo askeI lo
"go lutlic election and see thpt jour
nelKhbo? does." It Is safe to suy dint
Ui!s old soldier will go to (tjie election
and al take bis neighbor if necessary,
ntvl doiall he can to elect lUiosvfl!t.
'five lctttr of Mr. 5HIIr and .the reply of
i Air. Hn&rti fitlloui.:
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.Ilead(irm.r,tij Ohio founty Demociat'.c,
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ffiniTwilw-.iniiinillto 11nr.ff,.r.1 Ivv irt.
JUr. Jivs. M. Jtogrifi, Crouiw.ell, Ky
Dear Sir:- '
AVIn with Wilson.
"Will ite do it? ,TJieif seems to hp no
doubt, and et w must remember XUe
old proieib: "TJiere Le many a slip bp.
twtven the cup oad . the lip." What is
necessary to win this election? Vo,te
Democratic totes. AVho muut cast diehe
Many Itepubl leans will tote the Dem
ocratic ticket this eur, some in Ohio
county, but If we win It mu&t be bv
Democrats .tollng the Democratic ticket.
The Itcpubllcaus are badly divided this
yoar, but Un?y have a way of getting
together on election day. Let t:irm fight
It oit, jMie fiercer the fight the worie
for tlieiin. T4k UeuiOfVutlc patty was
neier more soliOly united than now.
And they netcr lott nn election In Ke'.i
tucky. except whcji Wiey slayied at home,
and failed to vote, ihence it is Important
that every .Democrat go ito the election,,01 i",e menibcin of ,the Boye' Corn club
this year and sec tlutt lib neighbor goes
also. And if we do tills Kenaucky will
go W.000 Democratic, and Ohio county
will go Into the Democratic column. Do
you .want t,o see this result? Of course
you do. Are you willing to Jielp bring
It about? Of course you are. .Ther. go to
the election and see that your neighbor
Have you read the Investigation now
being made by the Committee of United
States Senators of Campaign Funds for
years 19W and W0S? If you lra.e no,t you
should do bo At once and see Jhe million
of money that Jiavo been contributed
by die Trusts and Itallroada ito elect
Republicans and defeat Democrats. No
doubt you have often wondered why the
Republicans always won, and tho Dem
ocrats always lost, but these mlllljits
of money furnished the Republicans 'jy
tliio Trusts and Big Dullness explains
Do all In your power that Is honest
to got every Demociat in your pre
cinct to Ktote and the victory is ours. '
J. I MU.Lint. Sec'y.
P. S. Wo Uilnk )pu ftro u pretty l;o
sort of Republican. Ajen't ou disgusted
with Tnft and Teddy? Voto lor Wilson
and have a goad itaste In our moutii
for .the next 4 yearn.
MR. HOClKltS RKPI.V.
J. 1. Miller, Soc'y Dem. ConunUUe.
VDurs of yesteiduy receltpd. 1 liavo
care,fully read ypur pUa and can, not
find a sensible reason why any candid
man should voto fur Vilson. While 'lo
received his nomination iy ;nore adroit
thlAiry dian did Toft. Uiey to my
mind are In tho saiue boat, tiiey gJt
their nomination lu spite pf die ex
pressed will of a nuijoilty of tIUir
Yus- f Jiu.no reail (tlio lutintlgatlni
n'"1 ,1"a' ' Uiu,t tjuw netier (Wa a o
.of consptrutors wmso eonfouiuled and
Roosevelt comes out mono ifully advjr-
tlsed as Uie people's c-ltaniploi. I a'u
soiry Uiat "ou hate uqt knuwju me bet-
Ur,.whllo you liate phonged our polities
often, I Jiato ulttajs ibtoqd for t'..a
, piluclplts itmde liiiniorLal ,by Llnsi'-.'i
and exemplified by that latrlot of
patriots, I'oosevilt. I encbm' .his iium
sapo to the people of Kentucky after 'ie
bad been strbken down by the MotilJ
le n.sailn. l'lac It beside Lincoln':!
UettyslnirB eiieieh and ak ou,rslf
candidly why joti oppose such a mtin.
It would be pay.hu? too dearly for a
good tnnte to ta!e ollr julvlqe. Yo.l
have had a bad taste certainly for se--ernl
jeais by eatlnK stratiKe fruit.
J. M. uppiniH.
P. S. In tho lanKiuio of John Aidnnr.
Sink or HUlm, sunhe or purMi I ttl.'e
my heart and hand to tilic-se principles.
Dickinson Deserts Wilson For
Detroit, Mich., Oct. lS.-.Don M. Dick
inson, Postmaster General unde,r Cleve
land, once chairman of ,t!ie Democratic
National Qonyulttee, and until lecmtly
n supporter of WjchjiIdqw Wilson., has
sent a teleTam to ,Tlicodore Iloosevelt
assuring him of lih stupoit for the
remainder of the campaign.
He gave as his reason for deserting
Wilton ,thnt lw? thought the reoqtlon
nry polleios of both Denuwuits and
ltepubllcniip w'erc responsible for thu
attack on Koo3eielt In Milwaukee.
"I was a WlUon man before and ft
tlie iHrlmarles." be said. "I was a ,WII
fion man right thiough the Democratic
contention. When I became convinced
that the I'logresslve platfomi ,vas far
ahead of that of ,elther of t,Ue oil
parties I had no fut ther Ueisltnney in
einhracliiK Itooseielt's cause. I consider
lilni tlve greatest man In the country.
I know there h not a dbfhonest hair
In Lis head. 1 lme known Jibn for
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"I do not like the abuse tie old
,i , . . . v
Parties anil TMLrx.IM Imw. Iirtitn...! nn
Itioseiclt. U Js Wie reactionary teaoli
Incs of the two old partlec, aloii? wilh
the vttupcintUiii.fome speakers for the
old parties l.avo heaped upon him, that
are directly reapionslblo for ithe attack
To the State Agricultural Depart
ment to be Used as Seed
It Is practically certain jicnw that In
addition to the substantial premiums
tl,at " "celted tils yepr for the
growing of cai n. diere ,wl he a number
who .will also realize handsomely on the
sale of at leaa,t a portion of thielr corn
to tlio state agricultural department,
as (Uie department is duslrlous of se
curing tlio best possible seed corn.
Superintendent J. AV. Newman has
adtlsed Dr. Mutcider of ,the AVestern
Kentucky State Normal at (Bowling
Green of ills desire to buy a portion,
at least of the cprn that ,the boys
have grown and has Issuqd dlreqtlo.is
for the proper handling of (t)h com
during die winter. He says (that the
corn ehould be kopt In a dry place
and that It rJiould not be subjected to
the extreme cold weather, auggj&stlng
that the attic of tho honwi Is the
beat place for die stoilng of the corn.
The secretary also rcqulrep (that the
germination of dio corn be guaranteod
by ,the ! and that they test .t.
In onder Xo pass for seed coin, the
corn must show Hint !4 per cent of It
will germinate piopeily. Tliie superin
tendent doeys not pledge himself to buy
any part of tho coin, but states that
he contemplates doing to and that no
desires that tho boys In Uie fpunty
bo .given the opportunity npw of knowln
of his plun, In order that diey uuiy
take proper care of their seed, com.
Pleased With Our Printing.
McHenry. Jty. Qqt. H. 11112.
Hartford Republican, iluilfonl, Ky.
I encolso liorettlth ,money order for
printing posters uud programs. The
work .was good and oliargn treasonably
I thank jou for your promptness.
Kntertahimcut piovisl u success, flood
crowd. A'ours trulv,
AV. M. HEARD
A. S. of E. Notice.
AH persons Intoresttsl In the tolMCcn
pool ut Cnomtvcdl uio retiuefcLi'd to medt
at Cromttt'll on SatunViy. Nov. 2, 1912,
at 1 p. in. for Um purposo of electing -t
snider for tlu,t piac, ,
II. T. 1'OUTiat.
!:. I'. SANOUIU'UR.
IN WINDY CITY
Bond of Black Champion
Has Been Increased.
Tells Attorney 'For Mother of
White Girl That He is a Re
Chicago, Oct. 19.-Cliurgc-d with th
abduction of a white girl. Jack fJjohn
son, tho negro champion pugilist, was
arralngcd hi municipal coutjt today.
His .bond was Increased from $300 to
$t,C00 and the case continued until Octo
ber 29. '
Johnson bj-came furious when counsel
for Mrs. F. Cameron-Falconnet, the
mother of the nineteen-year-old gill,
demanded that Jils bond be increased.
"I don't see why Johnp-on olvould le
shown any nioie partiality ,than any
otlier dcfindant chnrgcsl ttllh a slmUar
crime," said Chnilcs Hrbsteln, the
"I don't dilnk It's necessary to In
crease the bond," Johnson told the
court. "I am a responsible citlze'i.
i hute a business .worth $60,000."
"It may be woith (that (to you.''
flashed back Hrbsteln, "but It's Hie
gal and you ought to ,be fput out of
"All .right. Mr. Mayor." commented
Johnson, with a laugh.
"If I werc mayor of Chicago you
wouldn't be In bushier ,three days."
replied the attorney.
After considerable wrangling Judga
Hopkins placed .tlie bond at $l,.ri00, tlio
usual amount In abdicdon jcaaes. Thn
Johnson asked permlHslon (to write out
a check to cover the increase.
"No checks go with mo," assorted th
"All right. It will lie cash Liven."'
slwutod Johnson, spelling out Ahe word.
A professional bondsman posted a ca-sh
bond far the negro,
, .Two agents of the government depart
ment of justice ware In court.
lAVhen the pugilist atopptil (Ills au
tomobile in front of a down-town bank
today, such a crowd gathered (tliat the
pollcie were called ,to clear a (patli- tit
Mutterlngs against the flgliter ,w
uttered by several wiilto anen, but
thnro was no topen dtmonstriaitlon. A
few negroes cried "Jlurnah for
Johnson paid no pAtoi.tlon to tho
crowd, but guided his car (carefully
between ith.e two lines of men. Once
at .die end of die icrowd ie clrov
A mittimus ordetrlng the detention of
Luell Cameron was Issued today by
United States Commissioner Fpote, ..n
application of the district attorney.
She was held under $25,000 bonds.
Miss Cameron will appear fcieforo
Commissioner Fopte Tuesday, umd It !
expected that she will bo .taken before
the federal grand jury no tlie sajme day.
Blue was questioned by die government
agents for two hours .today, but re
fused to tell ot her relations with
Another rumor spread owr CkhJcago
during tho forenoon that Johnson had
been shot. It was .wholly enroneous.
I'ollce stations weie deluged tvltih In
quires, and tclcplipncs In tine news
paper offices rang continually for con
firmation of the report,
A report that Johnson Ivul .vlsttsd
the hank hi an attempt to obtain
$:T,,0CO to effect the girl's relcaw) on
bond caused federal office ip .to pUn
to iremovo Miss Cuineron to tho
county Jail at Kockfoit, 111. United
Stales Coiiunlsiuncr Foqto isu-t't
papers authprlzttig hegr revnpvul. An
hour After JOhn?on liad left tho banlr
ho had not appeared nt Uio federil
building, and It was wild dtfit lib e?
fort to obtain tho money had be-iu
A. S. of E. Notice.
Thu Ohio County Union Is cjlld to
nieut at 1 1 ait ford October S, for tho
punaQ of oonsldolug pilc(vs on tobacco
and Qdier mattois that may come hofoiu
L. II. TlonUNOit, Oli'm'n.
HKNRV M. riUTLH. Sco'y.
Q.io well drill uud engine fur solo or
trudo. CluL'ap. Cull on or udtinvs,
W. S. HAKnit. .
.'rCf. I5t2. j Ceralto,1 Ky.