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PAUL M MOORE
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
JAMES E RAWOETTl
A98OOIATB EDITOR A BUSINESS MQR
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UUKruBiJimuuiiin wan lod In aU palts
of the county Address us for par
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Telephone No 47 I
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THURSDAY AUGUST l < j 1906
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UNION MINERS >
VOTE INDEPENDENTLY
One of the most encouraging
political oceurehcos to Reijubli
cans and to the country that
that has happened hisyeiir
was the result of the race for
the Congrddiuonat nomination in
the 25th district of Illinois the
district Ul vh cIT Murfreesboro
is situated ° The race was b e
tweon Cdugrossinau Geprge W
Smith anfl a candidate whoso
last name was Page It was the
last > Itgcthc finistoo whe iiu
the returns showed up wilp a
great popular majority of 4 OO 0
for Smith tl go hack to congress
and continue to not on his rod 4
judgment in matters of public
concerns without fear of the
threats of labor union leader i
who had put this congressman l
on their blacklist but failed
signally to make good
The truth of the matter is <
that the labor union member st s
an individual prefers to be al
lowed to do his own voting
without dictation just the same <
as any other citijcou and casino t
be considered docile at being
driven contrary tP his judgment I
and wishes on election day
The story is tersely told in
these paragraphs from a Mur
freesboro dispatch to the Globe
Democrat
DemocratThe
The flghbon Smith has been made
throughout the district which con
tains more coal minors than an
other district in tho west mainly by
certain labor agitators and officials
of tho miners unions Geo Bagwlll
one of the state officials of the Uni
ted Mine Workero of America has
had charge of tho work of organ
Izinur the miners in the Interest of Q
Page and within tho last week
thousands of letters purporting to jj
be signed by John Mitchell pro M
testing against Smiths renomina
p
Hon havo boon circulated over thc
dlatrlctGompers Q
Gompers also had Smith upon his ir
socalled blackllfit together with ft
Speaker Cannon and Congressman se
JUttlefleld because Smith voted jtl
against the eighthour law as ap CI
plied to alien laborers on the Pana ul
ma canal The efforts of these par dl
ties however Boomed to strengthen 1 T
Smith as in Bagwills own preciict tj
Smith received 76 votes against i A
for Page This is believed to bo
conclusive that the miners an d
other members of the labor unions
Indorse the attttado of Roosevelt
and the Republican party upon tno
labor questions and resent tho in
terference of tho union officials in
political affairs hri
p
THKRK is perhaps one man in a
five hundred who realizes
any o
thing of the greatness of thit
countrys resources measured g
gby
11 single season How many are
there who know that the crops
ot grain hay and potatoes in thg
jjUnited
United States for this year are a
reliably estimated tohn worth p
three billion dollars And the
beautiful part about it all is °
that the Great American Farmer no
is just now so independently a
well fixed that ho will only se llwith
lots products at such a time anc
c
at such a price us may suit his v
notions about tho worth of his E l
wares Uncle Tom Oannon ip
reported recently to have de
dared that lithe United States t
is a i1 of a fine country jj
and we all believe it J
SUCH a pity that our neighbors b
if the village of Madigouville
fytve fought so vigorously among
themselves as to knock all the
lights out But this is better
of courset than the wild vesfc f
rianner of shooting em out
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Pity but all this surplus not
ofre
energy and cash and law n we re
help n spent to secure a sewage
helpem
system and waterworks for the
protection of health and property
One could affOrd to carry a
te
IiiR e
and fire protection were assured
by the municipality
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SECRETARY BONAPATVTE advo
6cates the death penalty for all
anarchists who have sought t < o
take life directly or indirectly
whether successful or not His
remedy for offenses of less grav
ity committed by anarchists in
elude brief but rigorous confine
ment supplemented by a severe
but not public whipping He
thinks and rightly that there is
Yno way to reach the iiimrchiI
save through fear or bodily suU f
feribg and death
THE square dealis beinn
demanded now by Ool Henry
Vattersou and others in Cote 1
section with the Democratic
state primary which is to be
held at a cost of from 32000 t 0
40000 AsCpl yVattersou says
this is n rich maws primary
eQ chance for the man without
bjrjtir of money to enter the rue e
for a state office at the hands of
the Democratic party this year
SA 1UI GoMPfcitis is to snuff It
S Saturday in Oougressm n Little
fields district in Maine to ape a
the fight of organized labor o t i
Mr tttlefidd If ft tiirns out
its lid a similar tight the other f
j
day against Congressman Smith 1 i
of illiupis Samuel illavish he j
hadnt spoken <
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POLITICAL G0551P o I I
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Rebuke for William
From the Philadelphia icon NorthAirer
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Oh say
WIHiam
Cant ou hear
The prairies ring
theyy
todayY
Your presented
To the king
And you an nntilmperialist
Shame on you William
y
The Republicans have won tl e
first point in the legislative red IS I
trictlug fight in the case just trio ded
before the Butler Circuit Court at j
Morgan town The court granted a
perpetual injunction against the 1
chairman of the Republican County i
Committee of Ohio Butler and Ed f
moudson counties enjoining him
from holding a primary for Repre =
sentative in said counties compos
composd
inK the new legislative district
created by the last Legislature
under House Bill 210 A The court
declares the act unconstitutional
The case will be filed for appeal for
the Septembtr term of the Court of
Appeals s
Chairman Lewis McQuown of the
A Valuable Agent
Till glycerine employed Ju Dr Pierces
medin
clnal properties which It extracts and o
holds m solution much better than alco
hol would It also possesses medicinal
properties of Its own being a valuable
demulcent nutritive antiseptic and anti
pferment It adds greatly to the efficacy
of the Black Cherrybark Golden Seal a
aroot
contained
subduIng chronic or liering coughs a
bronchial throat and ung affections
for all of which these agents are recom
mended by standard medical authorities
authoritiesIn
In all cases where there is a tvastlnfi
fiawe
weak stomach as In the early stages of
consumption thero can bo no doubt thea
gjycerlno acts as n valuable nutritive and a
aids the Golden Seal root Stone root
roothStono
Queens root and Black Cterrgbark tn
promoting digestion and building up the
ce
and bringing about a healthy condition
of the whole system Of course It must
not be expected to work miracles It will
not cure consumption except in its earlier u
stages It will cure very severe obstln
ate chronic coughs bronchial and laryn
laryngeal A
with hoarsenejssi In acute coughs it Is
not so effoctfve It Is In the lingering
coughs or those of long standing even
when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs that it has performed its most
moss J
little book of extracts treating of the
properties and uses of the several med
medIcinal
iclnal roots that enter into Dr Pierces
Golden Medical Discovery attd learn why
this medicine has such a wide range Qf f
application in the euro of diseases It Is
sent free Address Dr R V Fierce
dereetBuffalo
contains
Ilg drug Ingredients all printed on stir ysad
IUVMU wrapper in plain English
Sick people especially those sufferlnc
sufferlngfrom
from diseases of long standing are Invitee
to consult Dr Pierce b lotter free All I
correspondcl1cols held liS strictly private
and sacredly confidential Address Dr h
he
Dr Plerces Medical Adviser is enlrc
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mailing o > ilj Send 21 qnocent stamps
clothbound j
bound copy
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DOCTOR CURED
OF ECZEMA
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Maryland Physician Cures Himself of
Eczema with Cuticura Remedies
Prescribes Them and Has Cured
Many Cases Where Other Formulas
Have FailedDr Fisher Says
CUTICURA REMEDIES
POSSESS TRUE MERIT
II My face was afilicttnl with eczema i
in the rear 1S97 I used tho CuticurX
eRemedies nnd was entirely cured 11
mn practicing veryC I
toften prescribe C ut tcuraltesolventand
I Cuticura Soap in cnscsof eczema and
they have cured where other formulas
have failed I am not in tho habit of
v endorsing patent medicines but when
I find remedies possessing true merit
such as the Cuticura Remedies do I am
broadminded enough to proclaim their
virtues to tho world I have been prac =
ticing medicine for sixteen cart and
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must say 1 find yoUr Remedies A lio1 >
You arc at liberty to publish this letter
trulyvours
PoolbId
bId May 24 1905 V
CUTICURATHE SETi
Complete Treatment for Every
eHumor from Pimples H
to Scrofula T
hor
water and Cuticura SOap to clean
tho surfaco of crusts and scales and
soften the thickened cuticle dry
Ittit1ttoot hard rubbing and apply
applyCuticura
Cuticura Ointment freely to allay
itching irritation nnd rnflnmmation
and sootho and heal nnd lastly tako
Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool ari 1 <
oostintb
but oiio dollar is ofUjn stiffici it toy
Cure tho most torturing1 disfigWSngi
itohin burning and scaly skin ecalp
and blood bun > rs with loss of knit
knitfrom
from infancy to ageWhcn all eke fails
Callcpra Soap Sc QIntmtDt M Itwolrmt Md In1
fS m LCiocoJ it Coated HIM Uc per + ldotfare 1di
Corps j
Soordp llafton
Ctp tad Ittt Ilos to Clue Tortoiltg DUfigarins i
nOri oflDanCT and Age r
State Democratic Executive Com
mittee has retired from par lqlpl
lion In the arrangements for the
coming state primary and declares
it is impossible to to guarantee a
l air deal under plans adopted by
the committee The conimlttee
meeting which adopted these rules
was dominated In HagerHiues
men Judge McQuown Isn sup
porter of Governor Becikhhm He
re igned as chairman of the sub
committee I
Ollie James Is just now much Inl
the public eye The big Congress
man from the First district is tipped
for eyery thing from Congressman to
succeed himself or Governor of
Kentucky to UnitedStates Senator
a cabinet office wheli Bryan Is elet
ed or the viet presidential nomina
tion on the Bryarj ticket Ollle Is
yet on thewaiting list add is said to
be hesitating about getting too much
8riiised up in the present Democratic
factional scrap In Kentucky
Cost of thfa Democratic primary is
estimated at 82300 divided among
the offices as follows Senator
0000 Governor fl500 Auditor
4000 Treasurer 3800 Clerk ofI
Court of Appeals 3300 Attorney
General 3200 Secretary of State
3000 Superlnt lldent of Public In
struction 2000 Commissioner of
Aftriculture 2OOtj Lieutenant Gov
sitter 1100 Assessments may bd
increased if more funds ttre needed
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The report that Judge J F Gor
don would enter the race for the
Democratic nomination for Govern
or proved a canard as many well
informed people in the Judges
home county believed The Judge
stockform
farm near Madlsonyille better than
anything else and is not Just now
looking for the undue excitement of
political race I
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It is reported that Roger C sum
van of Illinois whom Bryan is
fighting and classing with tainted
money has secured all the avail
able rooms at Peoria in prepara
tion for the state convention and
the Bryau and Hearst factions will
have to bleep on cots and hold their
conferences in halls and saloons
I
Olhe James was yesterday stilt
undecided as to whether he would
enter the race for Governor
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The Latest Umbrella Story I
an ±
One night as I was leaving a pop
ular cafe after dinner I absenttula =
odedly took an umbrella which hung
on the hook with my hat When I
started to walk away a women rose
from her seat and told me to put the
umbrella back as it belonged to her
Ofcourse I did Jt but felt embarres °
sed The next day a friend asked
me to take four umbrellas to a store
on the South Side to be repaired
The moment I took a seat in the car I
Ir
nlzed the tvontau who accused me of
having attempted to steal her Um I
umbrElla
She looked at me ajiU then the umi
brellns I was carrying and smiled as
ctSl4IahOlemlr1
goodluck II
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A Great Obbortunitu
J TO OWN VALUABLE
Madisonville Real Estate
GNEASY TERMS
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While the sale of lots Saturday in the Dan
Doves Addition was very successful yet owing
to the rain in the forenoon and the threatening
weather in the afterhopnrphly a limited nyrn
ber of jots could be Ql tinilje short time > the
sale was conducted I < v v f
As Mr Raves is very ar v ious to close r out the
II lots and go to California t s j the following propo
sition is made v x
Begining Monday July 30 and continuing
two weeks X persons interested < San secure
choice 1 ol r ma f jngI0J9 for lDi each > First
come fi rst setvec i
There ire qYiitea numb f otchoice > 1dtscorler ones and
r T v = > f
Pretty ones lefE right by the sick bfoi3fiLJlJhM oldf6r more
ltha lOC t These lots will not ast lougIF you want qnQ
you < had better get In the game
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Terms2S cash balance in monthly installments of X10 with 6 per cent in
trest 2 per cent discount on all cash
ngMachine
Machine office opposite courthouse and conveyance Will be rur shed to show you
the property >
v
propertyDont > c
Dont wait until these lots are all gone and then regret that you did not make an
investment that is sure to be very profitable
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