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T vJt e fi t k y7 I i ir 1 m Mtrtf tb Uip itmt k J ne Job Work a Spscialty p IfIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year WL XVII HARTFORD KYM FRIDAY JANUARY 6 19045 No 25 JAHAMA CANAL COMMlsstr i 1 o be Reduced in Numb ru May be Abolishedlnc P B s op rir CJ 1 bassadorh tell L thenOTHER WASHINGTON out edSfaISMwUl Washington D C Jan j b A few of the members ol t- 1 I th t house of Congress who are Ti t In the administration of the an a 4 Xcanal annaounce that they I Me slid VTtUOUta way to reduce the num e i oftbe Canal Commission us i ad Ifciosslbly to abolish the Co rules on y altogether They declare I ut IIIhave a powerful ally in the fesidint whose views regarding the com toalsalon have been considerably mod sped by the report ot Col Symons who states that after a visit to th Isthmus and a thorough examination of the conditions there he considers the system of admlnlsmtlor awkward and inefficient The 1 s it stands gives the commissioner ru tidily continuous tenure T a 1111 r to the President t rt move the commissioners at I t t s plain that he could reduce the corn ftaaisston by removing them and te log to appoint others In thel pl e but since it was the Senate I which insisted on the commission and recommended the sppoiut ment ol the officers it Is no IIe1i AJ would make use of this prtv ilege However the law tat Ihej administration of affairs in the canal j strip expires at the close of tl pies I ent session of congress anti m bets 1 of the house it Is said will fa ari r sntage of the neetssity for h I actF ment to urge a provision to trathe power of the chief engine and to curtail that of the commies a If the sentiment of the Senate Iihli be too strongly opposed to U the subject could be throe into J 11whole for compromise Colt Hepburn chairman of the Inter State i4 commerce committee is one of thej most earnest advocates for a r IrganI Izztlon of the system of a terlng canal affairs and is titsolidly backed by his commit the members of which visited the I t mu in a body last summer Tht sult of that visit was the unanlmo plnj ion that chief engineer WalUce tbeJ most competent man the Govi I IIshoulde possible in the conduct of af1ahcI Among the recent callers at theI White House was RepreseitatKt toJ Robert Hitt who would like to be the successor of General Porter as tubas sador to France Mr Hitt w first secretary of the American L Cation In Paris In 1874 and now th + c le hls acquired wealth and honors in hisf own country he would like to return to the gay city That Its aycty y makes nn 10 1 Hltt h last w odd SUn oomhealthbe rememberuld win what lthim sum when LaiJ as sairgestedIth tlathitltonare 1th a nextto night Clay beQal1sere in IC mF fly He lost and he l The colonel kept raft psl HhisykeptfriendGeorge is I eslabttntrFor some minutes studied Then he said H have long wanted the Bprngs ty They will be worth far 1tome If I win And yc4 much ahead If you win ts hI I W saycres Clay agreed and tl place ed a longwallet out 01asslstIl f y ant secretaries of departments nnd there are as many persons convinced ullhtlr fitness lor three positions alIthey lire for the higher ants in tb- tile f telnet In tact the nailslant secre thlmates e arvld to the assistant secretaries range jm 4500 to 7ooo a year and the- Ir sttge is conaideiable On the other land an assistant Hccretary il he de JxresedJnssary that he should bave an expen Isehloaebldor f in official way Indeed he can liveI MUple and acme of the assistant sec ret ties manage to live within tide iillierand save something Ol course are among the wives of officials who have cards engravI ed with the titles Mrs third assistant secretary ol Blank Smith and whoc drive Iroiu house lu house in the cltrI triage furnished by the government frantically doing society but these are the exception and a greal number ol the applicants will seek besaved Irom the salarywith the added advantage ol living In a citywiser their children may be educated Among the twenty three Assistant Secretaries now In office the greater number served also under President McKlnley and were ot his selection lit these it is sold many will bereturnl ed for the President Is stares to changing lor the mere sake ol giving Mime one else a berth but there will e fur various reasons a number of vacancies which he will fill with his own men It is a frequent remark those disposed to criticise the PiLnident that he is not a very good judge of men and that he has beenI generally less fortunate in his ap s than Presidents who were oat aVbtllHant and versatile If thisI has heinvthe case with his selection sarong the assistant secretaries it dcannot bs asserted that haying seen a mistake he Is reluctant to acknowl edge It fur among those who will be disposed are several who were his own appointees during the last three ersIGENERAL NEWS Gathered l Jdm Various Sources yOver the CountryBrief J IIIThe January term ol the Curt of Appeals convened Monday Judge E Cantrlll being sworn In as Burntman Judge Hobson succeeds Judge Burnam as Chief Justice of the court A collision between the Michigan Flyer and a freight train on the ClnI clpnatl Hamilton nnd Dayton railI road near Middletown 0 resulted In the death of Engineer Myers of Cincinnati and the serious Injury ol two other trainmen Nearly 1000000 barrels of oil were produced in the KentuckyTennessee during the year of 1904 nearly twice the output of the previous year Extensive operations are under way peycbpe of t development has idened a BEAVER DAW Jan zMr Will WOfward who has been attending schools Lexing Is spending a few wp Mwlth his parents of his place I Miss Marie Austin of lllfl place Is Louisville j I Miss Elsie Morgan tit Bowling Green is visiting her 4stfr Mrs arry Monroe of this plapl Miss Mollle Stevens ol llb place who has oeen quite 111 for sun e time no better Miss Blanch VanMeter Is visiting relatives at Spring Lick Mr K V Williams is In Louisville Ills week on business tr Claude Chick of tbii place v Id his property her nni will riIol- TUville visited relatives t this a fewdays last week Ia t FALL OF PORT ARTHUR Stronghold Whose Hills Have tor Months Run Red With Blood Succumbs PortArthur whose hills bave tun red with the blood of the bravest ol two warlike nations has at last sue cnuibed to the fierce tenacity of the apanese attack General Stoessel most stubborn In carrying out the will ol his sovereign his seen the advance of the bsleg ing army gain in momentum and en ergy until to hold out longer would have been a crime against humanity The conditions of the surrender nre such M an honorable soldier may accept from a brave and victorious en emyAt 945 oclock Monday night the commissioners completed the sign Ing of the capitulation agreement Both armies had suspended hostlll dries five hours tattler To what extent the tall ol Port Arthur will make for n restoration ol questionI note that In some way it will facilitate final peace reI out dispute Is shown In the fact that Paris newspapers are already reviv og the calm made In 19 i that the holding ol that position command- Ing KnStcrn seas by the Japanese would be a menace to Huroptan powers AlcllENRY Jan aMrs C W Taylor and- children Greenville visited relative a here last week Norman Ludlngton Howling Green visited his sister Mrs II It Harper week Misses Jennie and May Duncan returned to Columbia Monday Claude Render who has been visit- Ing his patents returned to Puducah WednesdayMrs Christian Central City Is ill ot pneumonia at the home of Per mother Mrs J C Kelly Mr and Mrs W Doyelare visiting Mrs Doyels parents Dr and Mrs J S SmithD Kelley Shelburn Ind I a the guest of his parents Mr and 1r8 C Kelly Miss Oma Smith Beaver Dam wa the guest of Mrs Flem Stevens last weekMr aud Mrs John Chapman Dean er Dam visited Mr and Mrs Claude Maddox last week Mrs C H Hamilton Greenville was the guest of Mrs D M Duncan the first of the week Mrs Henry Hoverton and children have returned from Owensboro where they have been visiting relatives WHITESV1LLE Jan 4 The Chlstmas festivities passed off very quietly Misses Martha and Katie Klttlnger returned toOwensboro to enter school Monday alter a weeks visit to their parents here Mrs J S R Wedding returned to her home In Hartford Saturday alter wetka visit to relatives here Miss Marry II Wedding accom panied her aunt Mrs J S R Wedding home and will spend the winter with her mother Mist Nannie Cecil returned to her DyspepsiaIs stomach and other digestive organs are weak or debilitate It causes no end of ach s and pains and is most common where bolt their meals and hurry and worry as they do in this countr- yHoodsSarsaDarilla cures dyspe iaiL has IIa magictouch in this disease For of remarkable cures tend for Book on Dyspepsiall 5 C L MOM J w m home in Ciclllan Tuesday after a weeks visit to Mr P H Haffey and family Misses Stella and Marry Wedding spent Christmas week in Knottavillr the guests of friends Misses Annie Hickey Nan Cecil and Marry H Wedding went to Ow ensboro Friday Messrs Berry Plain and Blrk Off ensboro spent Sunday with Dr J S Knox Mr E J Rhodes was here Sunday eveningThe school gave a candy polling and fish fry Friday night lor benefit of a public library Mrs Thomas lucky went to Ow enaboro Monday to visit relatives Miss Essie Smith and mother Ow ensboro spent Christmas here Mlsa Lillie Bays is the guest ol Mlsa Bessie Floyd Knottsvllle this week Miss Ueurle Neel end Miss Bell Ow enuboro spent last week here the guests ol friends and relatives The Chrlstmao tree proved to be successfulThe ytar pasted out and the new year came In with many happy wished to all i I InAUmoryofMrsLettle I Tichenor On December 27 1914 the death Rlldjtuokher sorer soul has gone back to the I God who gave 1t May we be nsfcon tent with Gods willas she waI Never was there u promise half su fait ns that which tells us that God does oflstray stem lung and your tile seem full of trouble I through evil and through goad be strong te patient and brave Gods messengers may bs named pain sor row or eilllctlon yet not in vain Messengers nil sing one strain God be with JMU till we meet again T H MAiLK Beda Ky A G Holbrook Dead On lost Tuesday A G Holbrook died at his home In Maxwell where he was engaged In the mercantile business Ills death was due to septicaemia blood poisoning caused Irom a slight wound In the palm ol the hand by a splinter He wa burled at the Woodwards Valley burying ground Wednesday in the presence ol a large number of friends and relatives He was 58 years old and was a highly respected citizen He leaves a wile other relatives and- a host of friends to lament his death ROCKPORT Jan rMrs Jane Brown fell dead at her home near here Friday even Inn She had just returned from the home of her son near by and seemed i to be In good health She was about 60 years old and the widow of Perry Brown deceased The luneral will occur today at Cool Springs Seven children survive The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tlst church gave an oyster supper at the city hall last night Elaborate arrangements were made and an ele gant supper was served to quite a number ol people The aflair passed 08 very quietly and alter watching the old year go out and the new come In the party broke up Tom Decker Is confined to his home as a result ot Injuries received several days ago Sometime since he and Joe Hopkins a negro engaged in a tussle in the Main street saloon Decker was thrown to the floor and seriously hurt It will be several days btfore he is able to be out againNothing has been heard of Squib VHHan swho escaped from the police here Monday Williams was arrested here by two deputy marshals on a charge of drunkenness and carrying brass knucks He had been In town all day and was drinking j At lost he undertook to make everybody hide out He used his knucks on an old man who was standing on the street He bad not more than started Whep he suddenly ran up against the ty marshals Joe Tilford and Miller Reld Beiore he was aware of the tf1 i 1 I ofL1F A VENERABLE PASTOR CURED BY PRUNA Peruna Is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the De clining Powers of Old Age In old ago the mucous membranes be eomo thickened and partly lose their unction This leads to partial loss of hearing smell and taste aawell M digestive db turbine 1erunn corrects all this by Hi ipccldc operation on all the mucous membranes of the body One bottle will oonTlnce anyone Once used and 1eruna becomes a llfolong standby with old and young then JYllcer Strong and Vigorous at the Age of Eightyeight Nov J X Parker Utlca X Y writes In June 19011 lost my ocnso of hoar tug entirely My hearing had been somewhat Impaired for several years but riot KO much effected but that I could hold converge with my friends but In June stall my sense ot Hearing letting ao that 1 could hoar no sound whatever I was also troubled with rheumatic pains In my limb I commenced taking Po Tuna and now my hearing Is restored as good as It was prior to June 1001 My rheumatic rialns are all gone I cannot speak too highly ot 1eruna and now in of for for to ten in L 0 he was a of the law j a Tire meant and did not for but off to the city hold over amid all kinds ot and did some tall swear ing while jailed As will be WAS a very one and on It was decided to a over and take him out of jail Calyer the was sworn in was a 1 and next morn ing while the of the police asked tal be allowed- to go to the to et a was granted and went to step In the see his was Miss If ol 1L H- K YJ M1 when 88 years old can say It haa Invglor atcd my wholo I cannot but think dear Doctor that you must feel very thankful to the all loving Father t that you have been to live and by your ultlll be such ft blessing aa you ho been to suffering Key J X Parker A Bishops Letter- T II Iximnx D D JII hop 2nd Dist A M E of Charlotto X C writes I I recommend your Ioruua to all who want a strengthening tonlo and a very effective remedy for all catarrhal II Loins If you do not derive prompt and astir factory results from the uio ot Pernna write at once to Or Hartman iv full statement uf your case and lie will bo pleased to give you his advice gratis j Ur President of l Tbo Hartmati Columbus Ohio Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac HARTFORD COLLEGE Kentucky Old and WellErtabli hed School Has Educated More Successful Men and Women than Any Other School this the State During the 1hird and Fourth Terms Special Classes will be organized and conducted Teachers and thoso pre paring teach Third Term opens January 30 1905 Fourth Term opens 11pri1101005EPENSESTuitjon for weeks in advance 800 Tuition for twonty weeks in advance 1500 Board families per week 250 Catalogues and circulars furnished freo N GRAY President M SHULTZ VicePnssident fact prisoner with penitentiary offense charged against him marshals business wait anything hustled Williams violent threats Williams being remembered Monday night disagreeable consid eratlon place guard Williams Accordingly Lee barber Willams guarded night waiting arrive Williams saloon orink This wheyCalyer OCfturnedto prisoner ueirlva blockaway Chase uaelessvjjnd Williams escaped f Bennett Louisville Mig system permitted humanity cor- nplaintsT giving valuable Address Hartman Sanitarium for 1905 Part private spent Christmas with relatives here Mr and Mrs Coleman of Beaver Dam are the guests of Rev and Mrs John T Casebler IMiss Lois Bartlett has returned to Hlckmati Ky after spending the J holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs G E Bartlett Mrs Eva Young of Beaver Dam r In the guest of her mother Mrs Hines J Mrs Anna Morgan of Greenville Is with her parents Mr sari Idea a David DuncansMrs Alma Paxton ItIt Friday for PenroJ Ky where she will be the guest of her aunt Mrs Kltigson 0 f Mrs Nettle Jarnagin bat returned from a visit to Drakesboro Wm Duncan of Luzerne Is the guest of his pareuCa Capt lnd Mrs David Duncan r- i 1 Mr and Mrs Estll TI benorof CAlhoun are the gdeatsro r relittvea i fthere f yI I i pi1iit ifir y V Y rII er 1i t sly y r+ lfr tti J C i e I ti t PEAKY TO NORTH POLfII Will Communicate Back By 1 Wireless Telegraphy He Will Sail July 1 in a Strong MSftfcl = Vessel Which is Now Being Built Hpouncednext on his filth attempt to reach the North Pole With a wlrelss tel tgraph outfit he hopes to keep i communication with Nw York un tit he reached the pale He hopes to telegraph his great Kchlevement the j day that he reaches the longsoucht pointHe is now having built the coos remarkable vessel of Its sort ever de signed and one which he thinks will carry him to Grant land within 420 mllea of toe poles As he has covered distances by sledge greater by one hundred miles than that from Grant land to the pole he Is convinced that this time he will be success lul Commander Peary trig of his plans at a dinner given In honor of himself and Herbert D Bridgman the Alit tan explorer by Wtn Berri at the Oxford club New York last week He stated that the ship that is being constructed for him is to have a bow of such strength and shape us to enable him tq smash Irs way through the Ice floes and in this way enaul him to get timber north than ever before by boat We will PBSJ through the Davit straights along the west coast o I Greenland raid Peary through Baffin Bay to Cape Sabine where is e will hunt walrus so as to secure a supply of food for the dogs secure more Eskimo dogs and establish a permanent base of supplies Here will be left the least able bodled oI our Eskimo Upon our arrival at Cape S ulne we will be about S 10 raibs from th pole From there we will travel north to the northerly shores of Grant land which will bring us within about 420 miles from the pole I ex pert to reach there some time between September i and 15 At this point Commander Peary ex pects that his ship will be frozen In and tie will spend the long winter night eetabllslilujr depots along the roastI shall remain with my ship un ill February he continued With the first light of the summer of I9o J shall start north with twenty thirty sledges each hauled by a team of firstclass dogs and with who are the very pick and flower o the tribe as drivers As to my ship she will not be of pronounced power but of a shape thatvrlll cause herto rise when squeez ed between the ice and fall forward crushing the flies The bow will thus bi of a shape to cause her to smash her way through As a reason for saying that a ship is a crucial part of my trip I will ty that four times in lour different sons I have make sledge journeys Ire air line distance of which almos- uaed the distance from Grant land tithe pole and if my ship could reac Grant lund my sledge journey would have carried luc 100 miles beyond the pole and hrrr again There is there Jore mote tVinan even chance ol my tuccets this time The aalienlpaints of this plan mine are a ship i uch strength an power and whs v ss will lend me- At the northerly endof Grant land there to rest through the winter the use of a sufficient number ot dogsnnd the ntltizitlon of the l Uimos true advantages of the route I have outlined are many The ice from this point of the pole is more stable than Is the ice on the lithe- slde of the pole and lets liable tt be In motion My first objective point moreover will land me one hundred railes neater the pole than by nny other route and the first 100 miles rotth of JiM point I krow AS well a any one of you know New York One atstll1 part of my outfit Trill b n wireless telegraph InstruI CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havo Always Bought Boars tho yn taro of om I I yersLosing your hair Coming out by the combftil AndI doing nothing No sense inIthat Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor andI HairVigor i promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to groItoo and all dandruff will dis reasonn ably expect anything better diet hair VlcorU n greatureen wllli rut Lair wet falling uut eery badly but tlie llnlr Vigor tominl It nnil now nr Imlr M nil tightIY C Loum ON Undiaj Cot 100 biota arnAll dnl tfor mmJ S iLmi im Thin Hair 1went which will place me in com municatlnn with my ship and my base of supplies at Caps Sabine an by two or three relay stations wit the present permanent cable station at Cape Chateau in Northern Labra dCr at the Straight ol Belle Isle It telegraIcommunication with New YOlk To California Via scenic Colorado or true south ern Route Dally through Pullma- standard sleeping cars St Ious t San Francisco via the Missouri pad fic Ry coil scenic Colorado file glint tourist sleeping car servives ev cry Tuesday and Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountain s route to true southern route tourist sleeping car excursions vi Iron Mountains route soil El Pico leave St Louis every Tuesday and Saturday The service and equip ment is strictly upto date Round- trip and low rate one way tickets ore on sale via Iron Mountains or Mis priaclpaeI points in the east From berth reser vatlons and lull information address R T G Matthews T P A Louis yule Ky or H B Townsend G P S T A St Louis Mo How They Lost Their Home Through the gambling instinct They let their insurance run out The bought things they did not need because they were cheap They did not use good judgment or right proportion in their expend 5They subscribed for everything they could pay for on the Installments plan IMoney enough went down in drink and up in smoke to have saved the home The father always intended to get his life insured but died without doing so They did not realize hON easy it is to get In debt and how hard it is to get out They tried to do what others ex pected of them rather than what they could aflordIThey thought It small to Insist o having an agreement or understand- t ing put in writingIThey could not say No and athford it- The sons thought they must so their wild oats as well as other ftlI lows of their setIThe daughters though it bfneath them to work for a living but were welldThey drew money out of th savings bank to put into some wild cat scheme and lost it They did not do business In a busl nes way because they were dealin with friends and relatives Spoody Rollof A salve that heals without a scar i Nrj remedy effects such speedy relief ItI draws out iuilarmnatiou cools and heals all cuts burns and i ruues DeWitts is the only genus ini Witch Hazel Salve Beware 0 iterfeitsthty are dangerous Sold by I Wnyne Griffin tL Bro m A Boys Essay on Lions A ty s ttacher had taken him to the zoological gardens with his clas3 mitt On their return the teacher askea thlt each should write an essay seenIelevenyear old I Lions always walk except when they tat and then they growl Their j roar Is most tetnlylng to men and other beasts when heard in the forest but when they ate in cares it sounds I like theywere scary bI lit something Thar tails are rot as long as the monkeys nccnrdtng to their siz + but keep switching all the time sod the ehli can make just as loud a nIe and have mote lun in the water They ate ras no matter what you think and their ss has nothing to do with It and they thinkwithout talking Once a donkey stole a lions skin and went around bragging about but the other donkeys got onto him because he talked so much That showed that he was a donkey Keep- still when you are thinking Coughs and Colds All cough colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and heals and soothes the af fected parts strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne Griilin it Bro ni neyandTarhtile system by gently moving tke bowels rJapanese Hairdressing- In Japan no woman is ashamed ol arn rangement ol her hair so that all the world may know it Between the ages of nine and fifteen girls wear their hair interlaced with thentreenwith a curl at each side From fifteen till thirty the hair Is worn high on the forehead and gathered at the back into a butterfly or Ian si apei and Is decorated at the back with sll ver cord and perhaps with colored tartiselaaffected by maidens wives and widII ows and a glance will tell heth widow intends to remain faIthful to the memory of her late husbandor whether she would like to marry again Chamborlalns Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea The uniform success RemodyI has made it the most prepar ation in use for bowel complaints It is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists in RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 1 cent packet I enough for UUltuccllonM TUo family bottle te0 recta contnlnmt iiiilj or a year All ilrnicxlutii aril them ORa FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF slii puln tuslUu or out tu from to 5 mluutitt A Giant Grapevine Down In the Carpetiterla Valley a few miles below the famous Pacific Coast resort of Santa Barbara Cllfor nia grows a monster grapevine the owners of which say it is the largest in the world It has been growing annual lead ot delicious red Mission grapes almost as many seasons The twisted main root ot his giant vine is eight feet in circumference According to The New York brancheswspread out octopus like on every side until they cover a quarter ol an acre They are supported by a heavy vooden farmework Hotv mnch territory the vine would coyer if permit Itetakes considerable pruning each year to keep it within the present bonds A few months ago the pioneers of dinnergn a in which to have it someone suggested the old grapevine The dinners was held just before the grape havest Tables were set lor 500 persons and there was plenty of room The leaves and irult clusters furnished comfortable shade On October 1 the crop was harvest grapesiwas g3oo Tonic to tho Systom For liver troubles andconstipation there is nothing better than Do Witt a Little Early Riecrs the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stomach Their action upon the sys tern is mild pleasant sod harmless Said by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m r IDtWlloa Early Risers Tho ramous little pills Twoa If DyspepticsI- f you are too fat It Is because your food turns to fat instead of musclestrength If you are too lean tho fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and assimilatedLean stringy people do not have i enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatine KodolI Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs Ito digest and assimilate all foods that may eaten Kodol is not a perfect t digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Doturenutnolaatttime trialr BOcint ill rrqred U tae Lh eratrfCDiWltt acochinn sA Snll It z I Clilft tI = a soasr fOr io cts a copy acar Cr1flRErF MAGi L 07 I i N tilt kanest most stinulrng rnCiticst general nlaga iis for the family says r LI thr million who read it month It is without JIstiOl j The Best t Great features arc promised for interesting short stories in eviW pictures in colors ami articles I Tarbcll Lincoln Steffens Rat William Allcn White and Charl your home by taking advantageSpecie Send 100 before January 31 J9f we will send you free the Nov fourteen months for JlOO ir the rrl 4859 East 23d Street New York Ci had Mrdlscaso lYI or more wholesome minimi beautifult onus writers as Ida La Forge Get all it into er 11lemb j t Subscribe Now If 1 A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment 1 Established February 19 1904 The AtlIlltly I and Breeder of Lexington within a months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and secured a puidinaJvancc circulation over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics arc many of the bestposted men in America Mr H Ilillenmyer whose reputation as1 I a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers inquiries in which he gives from his store of knowledge experience and study his views advice on subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired livery issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news the most timely advice for farmers stock raisers of everysort As a medium for all forms of farm and stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it no rival in the More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDERA- ND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN- BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO PRICE OF KENTUCKY FARMER BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America br the farmers of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington II the hub of the horse world and the center of the states agricultural interests It hasid i never fails to publish live upto4iUe fresh a which no other paper contains 1 Sample copies may fin on applicaiii In order to prove absolutely that we cnr cure you of all maladies such as Dypcpsia Constipation lndigcsti yr Biliousness Malaria Nr and of n bilious we will 1c you an order on your Dr CarlsfedtsfGerman Our free proposition CUT For Ihls orrcr ml FIRST IhouaerIDrCarhledtarnmanlherVowdeb 1L to irdrugdustorn Is nccrtIno whutvvtT jij vcrrI toDowellOr Carlsledts German Llrer Powder Is sold In two sizes 25c and 1 I For Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS PriceJsix stories M taker John of right ninci has few has JP F toj vast and any and and live has state By THE THE AND news TheAmerle obligations YfOKER STORY lntt Earlier Days of 1Old Kentucky Jtt if Game In Which Henry Clay fI 4 Lost Olympian Springs v Looking lor a story are you son i said the uld poker playing Kentucky colonel ns your correspondent walk ed up to him and oflered him a cigar I e Lets see did I ever tell you ol the time Henry Clay lost his fine proper- tyatI the Olympian Springs out ten from Owe mvllle way bock in f t IImiles to George Linsdownt No Well sit down and I will tell you I about It I was a little shaver then and used to go with my father out to tee Henry Clay when he owned and lived Mora time nt the Springs nsl we j called them then All the gltls and boys from all over the South clear to New Orltans used to come up there thet nnd they hart spine greats timeB I can tell you Clay had u lace tiack there and some of the bloods their racers with them and 1brollht of doHais were sonlethnts- s wagered on a single race There was good lox hunting thellab JUts thtn and the huwteiH would gallop alt overI t Hath county nearly before they turned Then they would leave a race themselves out on the ol J course and the dunces they had here at the old Oivlngs mamslon and then out at the Springs were matvets of bill Nancy courtingDame the old days Od9errgelInsdusvuel- ived there In Ovlngsvllle then he was worth any where from 251 r poo to fsjoooo lie wasn great poker player ami once In a while a when he ant feeling good he would theIoull1wonder even now stakeB Clayual always glad to se I Mini because he was always cerlalnI a4ofan exciting time with the Lunsdowne seldom got the least bit under the Influence as we fay ol gentlemen but when helid he wag a terror Remember how lie used to hl91mares around the Owlngsville hill Then r he would makea nigger walk In front of him and bent the bushes far the hiding niggers and when one would c jump up and run the old colonel would up with his gun and letihlm have It Hurt the nlggei Oh nOjI the gun was only loaded with and aflord the colonel great pleasure rtand didnt hurt the niggers so what was the difference Couldnt a gentleman indulge himself In a little I pleasure withhis own property And whenthe old colonel got angry why I have seen him many times when he I would swell up so In the neck auger that his color button wouldI bujst from his shirt and roll over the liver That always made the old colonel fL laugh About the poker game Oh yes Well one day the old colonel woke up and he sure was feeling his keep 1lag He determined to Igo out and see how his friend Henry Clay was doing So he had his nigger to get his horse and rode out there Arrlv ing there and partaking ol a slights refreshment Lansdowne proposed a trt poker game Clay agreed aud the two went to the poker room Soon the game was on feat and famous V First Clay would win what there was in sight and when Lansdowne would come up with a good band and take in everything on the board This coutlnued almost alit day but along toward night Clay began losing stead ily He lost and he lost The colonel kept rallying him on his luck desiring him and atlll Clay kept losing Finally Clay pushed his chair back from the table and said George I have no more money by me 4atthe time But the springs are I mine what will you bet against I themFor some minutes Landowne studied Then be said Henry I have long wanted the springs property I They will be worth just 25000 to me if I win And you will be that much ahead ifyou win What do you Bay1 Clay agreed and the colonel putted a long wallet out of his pocket and A DUTY VOMEH OWE THEMSELVES- Good I actions speak louder than words so too does the testimony of many thou I pnmi of women during n speakloudernot backed by a guarantee of some kind That is the reason why the oilctors of Dr Plprrpn Favorite rrcscrip tlon are to offer 500 reward canI f peculiar there Is all Invalid woman suffering from female weakness prolapsus or falling of womb or from leu corrhea who has used Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription without complete success the proprietors of that like to such person and it will be to offerinfor any case of the above maladies which they cannot cure No other medicine for ullparal1led rant its makers In making such an offer Mr J M Johnson of Dlackilone Vs Ilex 64 wrllf we congratulate the wonder ful iU cr T Ttrof the great family medicines put up In your litwrittory My wife has been mote YInsothlnll better for female troubles than the Harorlle Prescription1 nothing totter for con tlnatlnn than Ir tierce little Pellets and the Golden Medical IMncovtry cannot be celled by anything for heart trouble of which we hive n ed with great benefit snore than once When the druggist says he has some thing that is as good as Dr Tierces Favor its Prescription just tell him Theres nothing just as good He says so because IIP Mopes to make n better profit but his own mixtures have not stood the test of long experience wilt success that Doctor Pierces medicines lave Then too many patent medicines advertised ns tonics cOlt tain large quantities of alcohol Dr Pierce guarantees that Iris Prescription dues nut contain n particle of alcohol t is a good thing to keep Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets in the house One Tellet is a laxative two a mild cathartic j counted out cash and notes Jor the Qty non Then ttle al1e began again r Olhtrltc stayedlevery its If he was ail In He had held a joud hand an aye high straight flsh JfSpdtllI The old colonel looked at i II1lgalnhand Herry1 he a good Rut sari then he hid down slowly one hanI the ace ot diamonds 1Ihe king of diamonds the queen ol the jock of diamonds and the ten of dUrninJs Ih royal II uh this Is a better one Clay pushed hack his chair and followed by the colonel walked out the room A few days later the legal transfer of the property was made- and ths colonel become owner of the springs They have never been the j satire since and never will be I reckonThe II I colonel sighted as he rose from his chair nnd followed by the report er made for tire open door Go and write your story son he said and say that that was the strongest poker game ever played InI tires parts Tnen as the eporter whispered something to him the old Kentuckian smiled and said Well it Is a trllle cool dont care if I do anti back he went int the hotel ConHrntul tlonsIMr John 11 Cullom Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the manu facturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was u baby ho was subject to croupy spells we would be very uneasy abou- him We began using Chamberlains Cough Romedy in 1887 and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since hat time Ye have five children and Lave given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous aud there is no riek from givfce an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For sale by all druggists m a v1L ST0EIZABears thelit Kind You to Always BoujM f CuaSaltness of the Sea The two great causes of a very Jtraduallncr the saitnefaof the sea are the sweat powers of water and the process of evaporation By their solvent powers rain rivers and springs draw tails out of tie land and carry them to the sea In evapora Lion the sun asan enormous pump is ever drawing up purewaterleavng- all solids behind On the other band marine organisms plants arjd animals are continually extracting mineral matter from the sea where with to build up the solid parts oft their bodily frames Whenever the li points of saturation js reached salt is l depoaiteJ ns la the talt pars ol the Caspaln the Dta t sea Salt lake I Utah mid numerous beds ol rock salt A Prisoner In Her Own Home Mrs W II Laylia of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo has fur sev eral years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep trio in doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re stilts A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the firat day I could notice a decided change for the better and at this time after using it for two weeks have no hesitation in saying I realise that Iam entirely cured This remedy is for sale by all drug gists m 0 The Yorksbiremans Coat ofIArms London Kpectntor Allow me to submit to you the Yorksblremans coat ol Arms as it was given to me many years ago by a Yorltsnireman It runs thus A flea a fly a magpie and a flitch of btcona flea because he will bite his beat friend a fly because heI will drink from anybodys cup a magpie bccxuse he well chatter lthI an l3da flitch of bacon btcause he in no good until he It hunt American Housewives Work TOO I hold that liardIAmerica the wivess not only hard worked but its far too much overworked The number of house servantsinthe Unit thatjenormous amount of household work be done by untold thousands of American housewives I know Itj I have seen it for years In factories public libraries in pestoffices nod other State offices in private offices and In the infinite number of schools American wouen ate working very hard frequently to the detriment ol their constitutions But herein Is found the great difficult In summing Iup corrctly the Slate of women in a c hen country The Yard worked j women are of the same type and class ill the world over They do not con j IIloodthem not by what they are actually but what tbE ere IIIIinperisiieil SOil Impoverished soil like impov propelIfertilizer to use for different products If your blood is impoverished younsdoctor will tell you who givtt are liuking in it It niny be you need n tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food and fut is the element lacking in your system There iu no fnt food that i- so s easily digested nnd assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oi It will ouriellnnd strengthen the body when milk and cream fail to do jt Scotts Emulsion is always the same j always palatable null always beneficial where the body is wasting fro any cause either in chi1 or adults Iw will sendyou M sample free rleturelabel in on tlm wrapper of every bottle of Emul sign you buy SCOTT 4 BOWNE CHEMISTS = 409 Pearl St New YOlk COe and 100 All Druggists will as soon as her husband Is finnrl clally succeslul turn out a type totally dlflerent tram what she has been It is this ever present leaden cy toward the distinctive American woinan type even In the Ijnllest of American housewives that consti tutes the essential Itature in Ameri can womanhood As beIcalisebut because In every English twiddle class famllythere ere an uver present dt sire and a restless ambition to get soclaly out of that middle chsj even so there Is In America no real bour geolse woman owing to the unmis takable Ineradicable tendency In every American woman to reach the type of that American woman whom my critics think they can restrict to a limited number with worthly inclina tton p Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful tortue has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobickof Colusa Calwrites For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bit ters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few hot ties of it completely relievedand cured me Just as good for Liver I and Kidney troubles aud general de guar1IlIlcell 0 Scraps of News- In 19 2 Russia supplied over xii 5Joooo tons or more than cent of the worlds product of petrolleum the United Stutes quite 10000000 tons or 41 percent of the worlds product the rest was divided among Galicia a province In Austria 573 tp tons Roumanla 321000 tons Sunda Islands 381000 tons i India iSjooo tons Japan 120 ooo tons Germany 50000 tons South America 15OUO tons and Italy aSoj tOtS Trade conditions in gary during the year 19 AustrlaHun1 according to official The total foreign trade was the larg I est In the history ot the dual munarIchy the value of exports ports being in round numbers 80 00000 The exports exceeded the imports by a considerable sum yielding a lavrrAble trade balance of about j 15 IOOOOjO I The inland revenue department at I Ottawa his concluded an analysis of i 75 samples of ground coffee Of this i 19adutterjItedatlon was declared In Montreal 6 adulteratedland i were 3 genuine 2 adulterated and 2 doubtfulThe powerful dredge in the world Is that used by the Susque hanna Iron Company at Buffalo to dig an inland harbor through EolldI rockAustralia has 210 churches to every 100000 people England has 1 14 and Russia about 55 Indigostoneand Liver tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia rem edy I have ever triedand 1 have used many different remedies I am uearlyf fiftyone years ofage and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost any thinll want to now Geo AY Em vtf KockjMills Ala For sale by all druggists m OASTOHXA1Bears theits Mil You HateAtars Bought 1110oJThe Preoccupied Man Young Wife Reggy is your lave for me as warm as it was yesterday Absentminded Hubby reading Its dropped 50 degrees in seven roaringmYoung Wife Icily Any thing else you brute Hubby still readlngThere has been an excess of moisture in some quarters Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it affected a complete cure This liniment u for sale by all druggists ml AYcgctable Prcparattonfor I similating IhcFoodandRcgula ting die Stomachs andfiowcls oCf Promotes DigeglionC erful- nessandfestConlainsneither i OpiumMorphme nor10 fincra1 NOT NARCOTIC Apcriecl Cor StomachDiatrhocahormsConvulsionsFevcrtsh ncss and Loss OF SLEEPj FocSimtlc Signature or I NEW YORK EXACT COPY Of WRAPPER m 11J r ea s- n t a I and i of a Y F TNI OINTAOa SOMPANr New TOaa ORe ro 3 9 I The of the Age j Why Ilveniiso It cures completely and at once It relieve the jinnns ot a living death rather have cured without knits IIAIIIIIS 1OSITIVK IlLElTlli 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the mo t kfptlcal of its almost ml raculoui curatlrt powen Mailaooljr bytb LKITCHFIKLD JHAnUACAL C0 Inc Forialeby J H WILLIAMS artf rd Ky y FI +tt++tI+d ++tt+ +tN++t31 + Fi +++ JoUUI t 1 T t- t 1- nyj dI+ p q vr = u 7 Hartford Republican Leaned by the llurtlord Iahltahlng Company UsCaacOHAVEOI C K tUIITIIEdllor rEJZtctcaC- Unblan 3 4 Rough v2FRIDAY JANUARY 6 REPUBLICAN TICKET volt REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUlIO W B TAYLOR FOR COUNTY COURT CIEUK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY It M WOODWARD FOR SHERIFF R B MARTIN Foil JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCIIOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOB ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH ron SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY rOil CORONER JEROME ALLEN I- lOit MAfrrSTIIATE rte ore iiuthorlKHl to announce JOHN II SHLLTZ n n candidate for tbe offlce of Magis Irate of the Cromwell dlMrlet ublect to the uc donor the Republican party IT is reported thit it took ten Ne York policemen to carry the Christ mas packages that one woman had dropped AN EXTRA session of the Legisla ture has been called by Gov B eck ham to meet on January 12th to con sider the advisability of changing the capitol sight AN exhibition of the Jefferson punch bowlfilledmight have been conducive to the success of the reor ganization meeting held by Mr Bryan at Lincoln last Tuesday LAST Sunday was quite a remarkable day Besides being one of the fairest of the season it was the first day of the week first day of month and tli3 first day of the year STOESSELS boast that Port Arthur would be his grave was only a bluff When Japanese shells began to fall close to his retreat he became willing to quit to prevent further blood shed REPORTS come from points on th Ohio river that there h no fear of hindrance to traffic on account of low water during the remainder of the season Quite singular reports for midwinter at which time floods usually menace the river traffic A CHICAGO teamster was recently fined 8100 for attempting to kiss a dimple cheeked damsel of seventeen summers When the judge read the jurys verdict the convicted man sighed audibly Iam glad I didntI really kiss her Had I the jury probably have bangedme ATTORNEY BYRD in his argument to the jury in the Marcum damage suit referred to the Breathitt county Court House as a temple of injustice I and a clearing house for murder The security and protection given the murderers outlaws and assassins by toe unscrupulous tyrants in control of affairs in Breathitt county is strik ing proof of the truth of the state ment THE fact that AttorneyGeneral Hays has filed a petition asking for a rehearing in the Caleb Powers case andan affirmance of the death sen tence since the famed Judge Cantrill has become one of the judges of the Court of Appeals id significant in the extreme Cantrill has always done all in his power to have Powers hung and if ho plays the same hand in considering this petition for a rehearing the reversal opinion may be set aside and the death sentence affirmed Till surrender of Port Arthur by the Russian general to that of the s Japanese which occurred last Mon day is the culmination of one of the most terrific and fierce siege battles fought in modern times It caused the wildest enthusiasm among the Japanese people and caused a corre sponding depression among the gov ernment class of the Russians It puts to rest any further doubt of the ultimate result of the conflictin fact it practically decides the conflict The terms of surrender were liberal yet unconditional All Russian sol diers marines volunteers also Government officials at the garrison and harbor of Port Arthur are taken prisoners All forts batteries war ships other ships and boats arms ammunition horses all materials for hostile use Government buildings and all objects belonging to the Rus sian Government are transferred to the Japanese army in their existing condition A provision is however made whereby all Russian soldiers who will sign a written parole pledg ing that they will not take up arms and in no wise take action against Japan until after the close of the war may return to their country License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Luther Sumner Maxwell to Belle Nantz Heflin John Graves McHen ry to Maude E Owens McHenry J W Wallace Prentfs to Addle M Barnes Frentls D R WhltlerFords Tulle to Otn Johnson Fords ville Nade Travis Hartford to FrancS Smith Beda Tlllord Aid rlge Palo to Iurene Burden Palo John D St Clair Olaton to Geneva Park White Run T H Chinn Taylor Mines to Minnie Woodburn tcwThersey R ens Nocreek to Ina Stevens No creek Louis Yonts Rockport to Frankle Durall Rockport F M Whalin Prentls to Mattie Jarnagln Prentls E A Cottrell Pensacola Fla to Mabel Hubbard Hartford J C Berry Lexington to Fannie DI Render Hartford J T Horse Branch to Sarah Vindiver1 Renfrow L E Taylor Whltesvlle to Lea Aldrlge Maxwell N P Brown McHenry to Matlle L Tlche nor McHenry John W Leach Cromwell to Elizabeth Grant Crom wel Elijah Massie Weiterfield tc Ida Belle French Buford Ordinance of the City of Hartford Ky Urnnue and Taxation The City Council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec I That the assessment ol the number of male inhabitants ol this city of the age of twentyont years and over as of the first day 011 September 1904 and of the value 011 the property real and personal in said Septemberereported to the clerk of this council on or before the isth day of Novem ber of said year by the assessor here tofore appointed and which has beer duly passed upon and finally adjusted by the board of supervisors heretofore appointed and which has beet certified to this council the clerk thereof hereby declaredthe assess ment roll for sold tax and the correctIed list of each person Is dared to be the assessment tax subject to the same exemptions as said personal property Is entitled under the laws of revenue and taxa tion for State and city purposes and said roll as corrected and adjusted shall be the assessment roll upon which the taxes hereinafter provided for shall be levied and collected for said tax year That upon said roll of assessment certified at Aforesaid there Is hereby levied upon such male resident In said city as shown by said certified assessment roll a tax of 150 per capita to be applied when collected as hereinafter provided and In addition thereto there is hereby levied an ad valorum tax of seventy five cents on each 100 worth of tax able property shown by said assess ment roll all of which taxes shall be applied when collected to the payment of general expenses and for the erecting repair and improvement of streets walks pavements alleys lights etc and for macadamizing or piking any of said streets or alleys of said town The taxes herein levied shall be placed In the hands ot the marshall of said town for collection and the clerk will furnish said mar shall a correct tax list taking his receipt therefor and In the event any delinquents be found he sball furnish said clerk a list thereof taking I raid clerks receipt for same said marshall shall pay over to the town treasurer on the first Monday In each month all taxes collected by him the preceeillng month Accompanied by his affidavit stating that the money so paid and reported by him as taxes Is all that he collected during said month If from any cause raid mar shall can not collect said taxes or re linquishes same with consent of the City Council another person may be appointed collector of city taxes by said council and upon the execution of a bond to be approved by said council conditioned upon the faithful performance of his said duties as such collector and that he will promptly pay over all moneys collected by him and which by due diligence he might have collected shall have all the rights privileges powers and duties and be entitled to the same compen ration an said marshall for said ser vices All taxes herein levied shall Monsassessment thereof Any person or persons fall Ing to pay their taxes by the first day of October ig s shall par 6 per cent In additional on the taxes due and unpaidSec 2 All ordinances and parts ol ordinances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved January 4 195 MayorAttest Quarterly Report- OF THK Ohio County Bank- At the Close of Business on December 311904 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 5500311 Overdrafts secured 2 87542 Overdrafts unsecured 768 88 Dae from National Banks 1210564 Banking house and lot 500000 Othtr real estate inooo Other stocks and bonds 12 162 SO Specie 273225 Currency 1659 oo 4 39125 Exchange for clearings 64317 Other items carried as cash 12838 Furniture ard fixtures 51000 Current expenses last quar ter charged of Debts in suit i 14586 Total 94 82457 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in In cash f 10000 oo Surplus fund 100000 Undivided Profits 1282 Due depositors as follow viz Depotlts subject to check on which In terest is pild 1083385 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest i not paid67g44 34 7877819 Due National Banks 121 18 Due State Banks and bank ers 242 79 Bills rediscounted 4 554 21 Total 94 924 57 SiriIIKMFXTAIlY 1 IllghMf amount ol Indrbtedne nt any ftockholiler perxon company or firm In eluding In the liability ot the cowpony or arm the liability ot the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly II such Indebt edness exwed 10 per tent ot capital ttock uctnally jinld In and actual amount of cur plan of the bank IH S How In Indfbtedncu ntnted In above Item 1 secured 1crionnl Security Bee section 6M Kentucky Statutes a lllgheit amount ot indebtedness ot any director or officer If amount of such Indubt ednrti exceed 10 per eut of puldup capital stock of bIlOkHoo-I Sew Section M Kentucky Htutatcn 4 how 14 aroetec rd- B Doe amount of Indebtednvi of any person company or firm Including In the lia bility of the company or Arm ot the Individ ual members thereof exceed SO per cent of paidup capital and actual earplasNoI- tto state amount of such Indebudnexi 6 Amount of last dividend 7 Were all expenrei lowe lutereetand taxes deducted tbrefrom before declaring dividend and KM not lee than 10 percent of net profits ot tbe bank for the period cov ered by the dividend carried to the unrplu hind before said dividend was declared None declared I See Section KM Kentucky Statute Keotock1uCount1 I K K Cox Proprietor Ohio County Hank a Hank located and doing lJUMlneo a In the city of Hartford In said county being duly sworn says stateJ19W to tbe bent of his knowledge land belief and further says that the builneim of said Dank has been tranaacted at the location named and not eluewherv and that tbe above report In made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State del oathur the net day of December lHOIa the day on which such re port shall be made S K Cot Proprietor Subscribed and sworn to before me by 8 K Cox tbe 4th day of January foOl 1 WALKER N I1 ocMy Commliirinn expires January 17 IlKMi M Covington Lucien and Greenup Oklahoma Three new townsltes to be opened within the next few weeks Lots 30 each on the installment pi in For particulars apply to CAI P KnoWN Hartford Ky Colonizing agent for Frisco Iot Laud Co Subscribe for TUB KEIUIIIICAN Quarterly Report OK TI- LERockportfepositBank At the Close of Business on December 31 19d4R- ESOURCES Loans and discounts 1763785 Overdrafts unsecured 73413 Due from National banks 276388 Due from State banks and bankers 508361 784749 Banking house and lot 348309 Specie I 31642 Currency 325000 4 576 42 Other items carried as cash 345 15 Furniture and fixtures i 661 72 Total 35 282 85 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash 15noo no Surplus Fund 10000 Undivided profits 2 9 22 Due depositors PS loll lS viz- Deposits subject to check m which In terest Is not paid 15 326 45 Time Certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid 264718 17 9iJ63 Bills rediscounted 2000 oo Total 35 28285 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ol indebtedness of any stockholder per son company or firm includ lag in the liability nt the cf m pany or firm the llhblllty of the Individual members thereol di rectly or indirectly If such In debtedness exceeds 23 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of sur plus of the bank None How iti Indebtedness silted in above item I secured See Sec sS2 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebted ness of any director or flicer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds lu per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus None See Sec 583 Ky Statute Does mount ol Indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability ol the company or firm tbe lia bility of the individual mew bens thereof exceed 31 percent ol paid up capital and atui l surplus No If so state amount of such Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses In terest and taxesdeducted there from before declining dividend and was not lebs than 10 perIcent of net profits of the tor the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplusIfund before said was declared See Sec 596 Ky StatueseSTATE OF KENTUCKY i asCountyE L Dupuy Cashier of the Rock port Deposit Bank a bank located and doing bussness on Main Street in the town of Rockport in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in all respects a true statement of the condition of said bank at the close of business on the 3ist day of December 1974 to the best of his knowledge and bellel and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of Decem ber 1904 as the day on which such report shall be made E L DUPUY Cashier D F GIBBS WPILSR Directors Louis RODGERS j Subscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dupuy the 4th day of Jan uary 1905 L REID N P O C My commission expires Mar 20 1906 M Compliments of the vThis week closes another your and brings us again the pleasure of greeting the general pub lit with our compliments anti very best wishes for the now year to come Anti before tuluings tubs new loaf in lifes recording register our thoughts dwell in grateful appreciation upon those friends who have been constant and Joy al customers also to July who havo in any way I 4tcontributedoffer our sincere thanks to you fur your confide 4and good will so generously bestowed and trust our satisfactory dealings of the past 4 may bo perpetuated fur years to come And to you who all not acquainted with us and our manner successfully serving the public wu d extend a verv cordial invitation to begin with us early in tho Nev Year and give us your con lidcncc and allow us to supply your needs for one your and we believo you will bo our cus tomer fur the remaining years to come May this greeting find you enjoying the com t forts and luxuries of the holiday season11111 we trust the New Year of 1005 will votrc success and happiness loping to make many a iIILW customers and again thanking tho old fur their most liberal patronage we extend to you all our cordial good wishes E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Kentucky n TAKE THE REPUBLICAN n The Best Bargains10 you lire low prices on svaoiialili good That is goods awntforto make a bid for your business for the next 31 days tho month of January We must reduce our stock and to do so wo will give our customers the benefit of 10 per cent discount on each pur chase made between January 1 and 31 inclhsive Ofcourse it means a loss to us but is your gain and we must stand it Just do a little figuuring and you can at once see what shoull1beat 350 would be 315 a suit of clothes at 1250 would be itsisj bers Rubber Boots Hats Caps and Gloves The most com plete hub of Overcoats and Trousers in this section at these prices is a sure winner Bring us your Produce Furs whicl41weat these Figu- resBrown Mercantile Co 1 i 5coie 0 ATisjD McHenry Kentucky 1 4 w U f 7 w Hartford Republican limed by tin llartlorj 1nbllshingCompanyI- SCUNInnAi6U C K OuTuMEdUor Tszr rrraozrsn- C u clanM34 noulh 21132FRIDAY JANUARY 6 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR IIKIKKSENTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUDO W B TAYLOR von COUSTT COURT CIEIIK W TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY It M WOODWARD roll 8HEUIFF R B MARTIN FOR JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR smEIUXTEXUKNT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DeWEESE FOU ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY ron conosEii JEROME ALLEN i fOA MA6I6T11AT- Et ore authorised to nnnounco JOAN M SHUITZ ns n cnndldato for the olflce of Mngl trnte of the Cromwell district Dtlbjwt to the uc tlottof the llepnbllcnn party IT is reported that it took ten New York policemen to carry the Christ mas packages that ode woman had dropped AN EXTRA session of the Legisla ture has been called by Gov B eck ham to meet on January 12th to con eider the advisability of changing the capitolsight AN exhibition ofthe Jeflersoi punch bowlfilledmight have been conducive to the success of the reor ganizatlon meeting held by Mr Bry an at Lincoln last Tuesday LAST Sunday was quite a remarka ble day Besides being one of tbeI fairest of the season it was the first day of the week first day of month and the first day of the year STOESSELS boast that Port Arthur would be his grave was only a bluff When Japanese shells began to fall close to his retreat he became wIlling to quit to prevent further blood shed camefrompoints on tbe Ohio river that there is no fear o f hindrance to traffic on account of low water during the remainder o r the season Quite singular report for midwinter at which time floods usually menace the river traffic A CHICAGO teamster was recently fined 8100 for attempting to kiss a dimple cheeked damsel of seventeen I summers When the judge read the jurys verdict the convicted man sighed audibly IIIam glad I didnt really kiss her Had I the jury would probably have hanged me ATTORNEY BYRD in his argument to the jury in the Marcum damage suit referred to the Breathitt county Court House as a temple of injustice t and a clearing house for murder The security and protection given the murderers outlaws and assassins by the unscrupulous tyrants in control of affairs in Breathitt county is strik ing proof of the truth of the statement TilE fact that AttorneyGeneral Hays has filed a petition asking for a rehearing in the Caleb Powers case andan affirmance of the death ten t tence since the famed Judge Cantrill has become one of the judges of the Court of Appeals id significant in the extreme Cantrill has always done all in his power to have Powers hung and if ho plays the same hand in considering this petition for a rehearing the reversal opinion may be set aside and the death sentence affirmed THE surrender of Port Arthur by the Russian general to that of the Japanese which occurred last Monday is the culmination of one of the most terrific and fierce siege battles fought in modern times It caused the wildest enthusiasm among the Japanese people and caused a corre sponding depression among the government class of the Russians It puts to rest any further doubt of thes ultimate result of the conflictin factI it practically decides the conflict The terms of surrender were liberal yet unconditional All Russian sole diers marines volunteers also Gov ernment officials at the garrison and harbor of Port Arthur are taken prisoners All forts batteries warships other ships and boats arms ammunition hones all materials for hostile use Government buildings and all objects belonging to tbe Russian Government are transferred to the Japanese army in their existing condition A provision is however made whereby all Russian soldiers who will sign a written parole pledg ing that they will not take up arms and in no wise take action against Japan until alter the close of the warI may return to their country IF License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Luther Sumner Maxwell to Belle Nantz Heflin John Graves McHen ry to Maude E Owens McHenry J W Wallace Prentls to Addle M Barnes Prentls D R Whltler Fords vllle to Orn Johnson Fords vllle Nade Travis Hartford to Ftances Smith Bedal Tlllord Aid rlge Palo to Iurene Burden Palo John D St Clair Olaton to Geneva Park White Run T H Chinn Taylor Mines to Minnie Woodburn Rockport J W Farmer Ralph tc Thersey Crowe Adaburg R B Stevens Nocreek to Ina Stevens NoI creek Louis Yonts Rockport toI Frankle Durall Rockport F M Whalin Prentls to MattIe Jarnagln Prentls E A Cottrell Pensacola Fla to Mabel Hubbard Hartford JIC Berry Lexington to Fannie D Render Hartford J T Haynes Horse Branch to Sarah Vmdiver Renfrow J E Taylor Whltesvllle to Lea Aldrlge Maxwell N P Brown McHenry to Motile L Tlche nor McHenry John W Leach Cromwell to Elizabeth Grant Crom wel Elijah Massle Westerfield ti Ida Belle French Buford Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky llpvrntie and Taxation The City Council of the city ol Hartford do ordain as follows Sec i That tbe assessment ol the number of male inhabitants ol this city of the age of twentynnt years and over as of the first day ol September 1904 and of the value ol the property real and personal in said city as of raid first day of September 1904 which has been completed and reported to the clerk of this council on or before the 15th day of Novem ber of said year by the assessor here tofore appointed and which has beet duly passed upon and finally adjust ed by the board of supervisors hereto fore appointed and which has beer certified to this council by the clerk thereof hereby declared the assess ment roll for said tax and the correct ed list of each person is hereby declared to be the assessment for said tax subject to the same exemptions as said personal property Is entitled under the laws of revenue and taxa tion for State and city purposes and said roll as corrected and adjusted shall be the assessment roll upon which the taxes hereinafter provided for shall be levied and collected for said tax year That upon said roll it assessment certified as aforesaid there Is hereby levied upon such male resident In said city as shown by said certified assessment roll a tax of I5o per capita to be applied when collected as hereinafter provided and In addition thereto there is hereby levied an ad valorum tax of seventy five cents on each 100 worth of taxable property shown by said assessment roll all of which taxes shall be applied when collected to the payment of general expenses and for reeling repair and improvement streets walks pavements alleys lights etc and for macadamizing or ilklng any of said streets or alleys of aid town The taxes herein levied hall be placed in the hands of the aarshall of said town for collection and the clerk will furnish said mar shall a correct tax list taking his reo elpt therefor and in tbe event any delinquents be found he sball furnish said clerk a list thereof taking t raid clerks receipt for same said marshal shall pay over to the town treasurer on the first Monday in each month all taxes collected by him the preceeillng month Accompanied by f his affidavit stating that the money so paid and reported by him as taxes is all that he collected during said If from any cause raid mar can not collect said taxes or re linquishes same with consent of the City Council another person may be appointed collector of city taxes by council and upon the execution of a bond to be approved by said council conditioned upon the faIthful performance of his said duties as such collector and that he will promptly pay over all moneys collected by him and which by due diligence he might have collected shall have all the rights privilages powers and duties and be entitled to the same compen sation an said marshall for raid sera vices All taxes herein levied shall be due and payable on the third Mon day in January after the assessment thereof Pay person or persons fall lug to pay their taxes by the first day of October 195 shall pay 6 per cent additional on the taxes due and unpaidSec 2 All ordinances and parts ol ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved January 4195ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Quarterly Report- OF THK Ohio County Bank At the Close of Business on December 31 1904R- ESOURCES Loans and Discounts 5500311 dverdrafts secured 2 R7542I Overdrafts unsecured Dae from National Banks 1210564 Banking house and lot 500000 Other real estate inooo Other stocks and bonds 1216286 11CurrencyExchange for clearings 64317 Other items carried as cash 12838 IICurrenlter charged ofl Debts in suit I 14586 Total 94 82457 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 10000 on Surplus lund 100000 Undivided Profits 1282 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Interest ispafd 1083385 Time certificates of deposits on which int tstiunotpaid67944 34 7877819 Due National Banks 121 IS Due State Banks and bank ers 242 79 Bills rediscounted 455421 Total 94 924 57 srPHKJtrXTAIlY 1 illghrot amount ol InilrlittilncM UltlDY stockholder person iouimiiy or nun On finding In the liability of the comt anjr or firm tbe liability ol the Individual members thrrrol illrectlT or Indirectly It both Imlrbt eduen exuedn 50 per cent ot capital stock actually paid In and actual amount olonr pine ol the bunk I7S174 2 now is indebtedness stated In above Item 1 secured Personal Sfcuilty See section M Kentucky Statutes 8 Hlghent amount ol indebtedness of any director or officer II amount of each Indebt edness exitfill 101ereutof puldup capital tock of lIROkSoueIi-i Section W Kentucky Statutes 4 howls same secured- L Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the lia bility of the company or firm of the Individ tml members thereof exceed 30 per cent ol paid op capital and actual sorplu7lioII to state amount ol such IndtbUduexs 0 Amount of lest dividend 7 Were all expenses IOMM Interest and taxes deducted tbrelrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 percent of net profits of the beak for the period coned by the dividend carried to the surplus fund belore said dividend was ilednrcdT None declared See Section 608 Kentucky Statutes State ol Kentucky County of Ohio J 1 8 K Cox Iroprletor Ohio County lank n Rank located and doing business In the city of sayrmeat of the condition of the said Dank at the- dOle of business on the 31th day of December It04 to the best of his knowledge laud belief and further sere that the bntlnns of said flank has been transacted at tbe location named and not elsewhere and that tbe above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from he Secretary of State designating the 31st day of December 1001as the day on which such cw port shall be made- H K Cox roprleor Subscribed and sworn to before me by 8 K ItI Covington Lucien and Greenup Oklahoma Three new townsltes to be opened within the next few weeks Lot 30 each on the installment pun For particulars apply to CAr P KEOWN Hartford Ky Colonizing agent for Frisco Lot 5 Land Co fSubscribe for TILE REIUHLICAN Quarterly Report OK rlil- iRockportDepositBaiik At the Close of Business on December 31 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 176378 Overdrafts unsecured 73413 Due from National banks 276388 Due from State banks and bankers 508361 784741 Banking house and lot 248309 Specie i 32642 Currency 325000 4 5762 Other item tattled as ca h 345 15 Furniture and fixtures i 661 72 Total 35 282 85 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 15noo no Surplus Fund 10100 Undivided profits 2 9 22 Due depositors as follows viz- Deposits subject to check m whlrh interest is not pulrt 15 36 45 Time Certificates deposits on which Interest Is paid 2 64718 17 97163 Bills rediscounted 2000 oo Total 35 28285 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ol indebted ness ol any stockholder per company or firm includ ing in the liability ot the crm pany or firm the liability ol the Individual members thereof dl rectly or Indirectly if such in debtedness exceeds 23 per cent ol capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None How is Indebtedness stited m shove item 1 secured See Set sS2 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness ol any director or Ulcer If amount of ptich Indebtedness exceeds lu per cent of paidup ctpital and actual surplus None See See 585 Ky Statute Does amount ol indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability ot the company or firm the lia bility of the individual mew bers thereofexceed 31 percent ul paidup capital and actual surplus No If so iitate amount of such IndebtednessAmount last dividend Were ail expenses losses in terest and taxesdeducted there from before declaring dividend and was not lebS than 10 percent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared See Sec 596 Ky Statues OF KENTUCKY i BeCountyE L Dupuy Cashier ol the Rock port Deposit Bank a bank located and doing bussness on Main Street In the town of Rockport in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true statement of the condition of said bank at the close of business on the 31St day of December 194 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of sold bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice reo elved from the Secretary of State designating the 3 rat day of December 1904 as the day on which such report shall be made E L Duruv Cashier D F GIBBS W P IIER Directors Louis RODGERS j Subscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dupuy the 4th day of Jan lary 1905 L REID N P O C ly commission expires Mar 20 1906 r Compliments of the This week closes another year and brings us again tho pleasure of greeting tho general pub lic with our compliments and very best wishes for thenov year to como And before turning t4 this now oaf in lifes recording register our thoughts dwell in grateful appreciation upon those friends who have been constant and loy al customers also to anywho have in any way 1 4 f contributed to our growth and prosperity We offer our sincere thanks to you for your confi dence and good will so generously bestowed and trust our satisfactory dealings of the past 4 may be perpetuated for years to come And to you who are not acquainted with us and our h manner successfully serving the public wo 11 Cxtu11dIt very cordial invitation to begin with 1 us early in the New Year and give us your con fidence and allow its to supply your needs for I one year and wo believe you will be our cup tomer for the remaining years to conk May this greeting find you enjoying the com forts and luxuries of the holiday season and wo trust tho New Year of IJlOo will brim to you uccess and happiness Hoping to make many 1 new customers lull again thanking the old for Itheir most liberal patronage WI XlIHI to vou all our cordial good wishes E P BARNES BRO1f Beaver Dam Kentucky I TAKL THE ErU LlCANC The Best 41 Baer gainsTo you are low prices on seasonable goods That is goods i for immediate use and not for tulI that you must lay awn Jfc for four or live months before using So wo have concluded i to make a bid for your business for the next 31 days tho rJmonth of January Wo must reduce our stock and to do so wo will givo our customers the benefit of 10 per cent discount on each purchase j made between January 1 and 81 inclusive Of course it means a loss to us but is your gain and wo must Stan4fl it Just do a little figuuring and you can at once see what j it means For instance a barrel of Flour at 075 should be 008 One dollars worth of Bacon would be 90c Shoes at 350 would be 315 a suit of clothes at 1250 would bo 1075 and so on down the line so dont put it oil until it4 is to latebut come and get first choice in Suits Shoes Rubbers If Rubber Boots Hats Caps and Gloves The must com ilote line of Overcoats and Trousers in this section at these prices is a sure winner Bring us your Produce Furs Hides Chickens Eggs Turkeys Geeso and Ducks for whiclA i vo will give you the best market price Nothing chargedf at these Figu- resBrown i Mercantile Co oI- 1 COIZPOIZAru 1 i1 McHenry Kentucky 4 t T I Q- ur n n przartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 6 illinois ContralflallroaciTjmo Tablo ItoiiiKlNo tnNo llniindN in uNo1S1 Carson Bros pays cash for Furs I A B Ellis Beda celled to see us Saturday Rosco Render Matanzas called to see us Saturday Norval Brown Mcilenry called to see us Saturday Charlie Render McHenry called to see us Saturday G T Tinsley Render was a pleas ant caller Monday Miss Hva Robertson has accepted It position as stenographer for Attor ney G B Llkena FOR SArHMy two Story Real dence MRS JULIA WKDDISO a I M Hartford Ky Mr Sam Bach was In Louisville the first of the week purchasing new goods nor his midwinter trade Hsq John M Graham Nirrowa who Is Attending as member ol the Fiscal Court made us a pleasant call Tuesday Bring your him to Sam etch th Hartlcr merchant lie wll lake all youve got and pay you the highest cash price Ujq G W Martin Select and D J Wilcox Rockport members of lh Fiscal Cputt were very pleasant call TutslayWe I kinds ol bargains far jnu during January 19 5 Bring or your cash and tee usCARSON Co Mr and Mrs Wnyne Grlfltd and children wtr the guests of Mrs Grif fins parents Mr and Mrs FOAur tin Beaver Dam last week Mm W P Render and little daughters Mary nnd Mabyn Mtta zas have been the guest of Mrs Ren ders daughter Mrs C R Smith fur the past few days We have upon our shelves Rims big bargains In Overcoats anti Dies Goods Visit us for these articles and bargaineCARSOV ft Co While at work at Fords new lloiv erlng mill fl few days ago Mr r M Mattingly accidentally stepped Into a small exciivritlon which causeda pals ful sprain of his foot and ankle We have rinother big jjb in odd Pants which we have put on our bargain coulter at 100 and 15 Come to usfor bargains in punts CARSON Co Anthony Maiden who killed Rice Rerifrowat White Run Christ ma i eve was arraigned before Judge Miller last + Friday He waived examining trial and his bond was fixed at 1030 which he gave and was released front jail The Board of Equalization is now in session here It is composed of the following named gentlemen viz Warren Taylor John Holbr ok W 1M Addington Tom Wallace an Alonzo Phillips The session wit extend over into next wIck Buy our scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles you to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office Mr Charlie Sturgeon who together with his wile have ben the guests ol Mr J M Mclntirc and family for the past several days will leave toJay to assume his duties as Mate on Steam er Crescent City Mrs Sturgeon wit visit a few days longer when she will return to her home at Evinsvllle Indianasr There are 4 large Grain Elevato at Covlngton Oklahoma and over five hundred thousand bushels of wheat was shipped from this station on the Arkansas Valley and Western this year for particulars in ngard ts at the opening of Covlngton Lurlen and Greenup apply to Ca Ku wri Hartford Ky = aeb Kslll Taylor Pientls called to see us Monday W II French Pientls wa4a pitas ant caller Monday W D Wakeland McHenry made us a pleasant call Friday Miss Della Barnes Marlon Ky is visiting at Mrs Lucy Hubbuds Commonwealths Attorney B D Ringo Is attending court at Cal houn City restaurant has put in a Hot Drinks outfit Fine Call and try emA new 6ooo school building is now being erected in Covington Ok lahoma Ladles drop in at City Restaurant and try a cup of our Hot Chocolate So good Miss Eva Brown Centertown has been the guest of her sister Mrs Isiac Foster for the past lew days An elegant line of Ladies Ores t Skirts can be found at Sam Bech Dont fall to see them before pur chasing elsewhere Mr Marlon Klmbley of the Small harts neighborhood is very low of tubrrcolosts and is not expected to survive longer than a few days Mr Charles G Crowder of Rosin left Monday fur Louisville to resume the study of medicine under the tu torship ot the Hospital College ol Medicine Schroeters Studio lelt the first the week fur Rochester where It wi IIal remain some time alter which it will bgln Its annual trip down Green river and back to Hartford in early talke Oil has ben discovered in large quantities In and around Greenup Oklahoma There are now about 4 wells producing from 65 to 250 bat re gard to lots In Covington Lucien an Greenup apply to CAL P KnowN Hartford Ky We have just eanv sled our ShoeI stock and find that we have 70 pairs of Shoes to close out at greatly reduc ed prices These shoes are for Men Iidles and Children The stock L thesj Shoes Is firstclass but a lot r II odds and end+ We have placed them on the bargain Counters CARSON Co Mr John W Hale Fordsvllle lirs been In town several dope this wee 1 rounding up affairs preparatory to bto ginning work on the electric light plant which he and his company arr to install here The Condit Mill neat Rough River bridge has been purchn- ed as a site for the power house The small child of Mr and Mrf Sam Paris of Clear Run that was seriously burned some time ago died last Friday night and interment took place Sunday at Clear Run Cemetery In the presence of quite a number friends and relatives of the TamilI THIS RntCHUCAN extend tokens rf sympathy and condolence to t family By oversight the announcement ol John M Shultz for Magistrate of the Cromwell Justice District was omitted front our columns when the county convention was held Nomination lor Magistrates have not been made and with this Issue we reInstate Mr Shultzs announcement which we will run until the nominating convention is held Last Friday Chick Jennings a boy severedv olId a 22 ys were going to a neighbors to kill a hog and were playing with the gun which was accidentally dlschargedthe contents of which took effect in the smaller boys back The little fellowI was improving at last report On last Thursday night Miss Fannie Render and Prof Jerse Berry were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Rev J H Burnett officiat ing The wedding was quite a sur onlyIel a arises of the couple knew of It until the nuptial rights had been performed Prof Berry is a native of the county and is at present teaching In Banrbon county The brde is one of Hartfords most popular and attractive ladles There many friends wish them a happy future TORSAi BoqgH Seed oats for sale at The Hartford Mill Cos place of business tl Albln Patln of Breaux Bridge La- theIs guest of friends hereSYou can get Glass any size you want up to 63 Inches at Hartford Mill Gos tI Attorney E M Woodward was In Calhoun the first of the week on legs business Mrs John Thomas Is the guest o her sister Mrs A J Casey at Hop klnsvllle We still have a few Cloaks lelt which we will clcse out at low figures CARSON Co W M Hi dm mention of whose illnes appeared In last weeks REPUB LICAN is able to b out Buy our Scholarship In the Marsey Business College located at Louis ville Position guaranteed Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt g6ltsJ E Davidson will leave the last of the week to begin a select fchool at Oak Grove next Monday Chocolate Grape Kola Tomato Boullllon ClamBonllllon Liquid Beef red hot at City Restaurant We had to omit several valuable news letters this week for want a ftospace and because they arrived late lion J E Fogle returned Wednes day from Middlesburg where he hRil- I been the guest ot his father for sever days You ought to get some of our mix ed feed for your old cow and get a pall full ol good milk tl HARTFORD MILL Co Mr Hooker Williams and family hove moved Into the residence on Union Street recently purchased from A C TaylorItlThe Hartford Mill Co is continually adding new machinery and build- Ing material to its plant and is pre rated to furnsh almost anything in their Hne tt R C Jarnagln Roxy called to si Ius Wednesday lie told us he ha1 just Bold his first crop of tobacco r Owensboro receiving 6and 4 He had 3 600 pounds We publish today the quarterly CsThec the institution to be in excellent nancial condition Its most excel lent showing is evidently duo to the efficiency and capacity of its officials pa as Economy Dry Goods Store He will probably ar cept a similar position in Lonlsvillc He is an honest energetic and con peent young man and where i vr br i ay go he will have the best wishes of the people hereIfin another column will be found the quarterly report ol the Roskport thebran excellent business Its officials and directors are someI findhuslllngevery reason why the bankshould thrive whohave Talnrleftthey will spend a few days the guesrs whichtheywhere Mr Barrow Is feel schooltSupt DeWeese has appointed the NormalDepartment Mechanical College Marvin BlackI LulaActonOlaton All of them are young teach ontherememberedtlal way since the beginning of theI new year Mrs Nancy King fend W A Brown Matanzar Richt Taylor Narrow Alex Maddox McHenryIR C Jaroagln Roxey Woerner Hartford and W D WakeIlend McHenry The Kern Edwards Stock CoIwill present a fine series of entertainments at Taylors Opera Ha1lJenuaryI 26 27 and 28 Tbere are 18 people ini spec1a1managers where they have been assure me I can stand behind the Company- as it is an extra good one The prices will bf general admissions 3Se re served seals Sac children 25 ACr TAYLOR Manager Opera House I Mrs Lucy Hubhard received n telegram last Friday morning bearing I 011herhe left immediately find expected to I arrive there Wennesday evening The family have bad no word from I her since she reached the far western city In another column will be found the qua trrly report of the condition losefon 3ist o ber The report shows that the in growlnlCfinel1clal very brat in the county and its busl uses like management btspeaks for It a continued ircrease In business Closing Out at Cost Prices now ruling at Fosters Cash Store 3 cans Folks Best Tomatoes 25= 3 cans Mustard Sardines 252 5 cans Blackberries 25 3 cans Polks Best Ptas 25 3 cans Heinz Baked Beans 250 3 cans best Kraut 25 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap 253 6 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 6 bus Lenox Soap 25c 3 bars fine Toilet Soap roc hoses Rubno more 12 boxes Petrllne 25 3 boxes Axle Grease 25 2 boxes Cream of Wheat 25 I 2 boxes Popcorn 50 3 bulls Pup Corn 5 Two 21b boxes Hawk Eye Oats 15c ilb box Victory Oats 4 6 Ibi white Navy Bears 25 4 Ibs Butter Beans 25 Best Cream Cheese use 11 Best Wafer Crackers use Ib 2 packages Lion Coffee 25 2 packages Kls me Chewing Gum 5 3 bottle Lemon uc box Bird Seed 4 2 packages Grape Nuts 251 2 packages Cero Fruto 2C 2 packages Force 2 c 2 packages Colgans Tolu 5 3 Unties Wecbs Pepper Sauce 25 3 bottles Pickled Onions 25 6 bottles large size Standard Tomato Catsup 25 3 paLagts Presto 25 3 bottles Pure Gold Tomato Catsup 250 All Tinware and Hardware at cost Three new showcatts and one pi Dayton computing scales for sale at great bargain Also my house and lot In Harlfoi I for sale Everything else that Is now left goes in proportion J B FOSTER Hartford Ky I I 1 I I I I I I I I I Ten Days Specials Following our usual custom before stocktaking we are going to make to the public some special clos ing prices on Overcoats Ladies Jackets Millinery Comforts and Blankets Note Prices below and come at once Suuply limited Overcoat Specials Five Overcoats of nice quality Beaver cut long strap back well lined and trimmed a regular 600 l Coat sale for ten days only at tire low t 1 price t 448 Five extra quality all wool Overcoatsextra length 98sellLadies JacketsyOut of our big stock only twelve are left The price of thes garments was 800 All new andsty lish They come castor and black sizes 32 34 36 Certainly a Bargain Your choice of the 1 498lot only Millinery Specials Our Never Carry Over motto will bo rigedly en forced Our entire line must move at some price so I if its a Hat you want and want it stylish andcheap come directly to us No words exchanged about the price Take your pick make the piice and take it alongiComforts and Blankets Plenty of weather for them yet and its a shame to slaughter them in this sale but wo have them and they must bo turned into cash Its our loss and your gain Elevenfour all wool 500 Blankets choice 308 leven four Cotton Mixed 200 Blankets 138 Big size quilted Comforts 89c Extra quality quilted Comforts lined with white cotton 129 These specials are not all We keep on hands at all times bigger values in Dress Goods Mattings Carpets Furnishings etc than any house in Ohio county Remember our terms are strictly cashwith fair and curteous treatment to all We cordially in I vite 1905 you to make our house your trading place for I y or aiThe Place Is n fWtI I i t New Prices Will Follow New Year In our store We open 1905 with a rush of bargains so dont delay to call on us if you havent stocked yourselves up for the wither in Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Etc If you have not bu sure and come at once and if you have call again We are offering some recordbreaking bargains Come and bring this this list with you We only name a few articles of our large stock Misses and Childrens Shoes Made of the very best material A nice Misses Shoe sizes 12 to 3i at at 100 to 175 Childrens Shoes made of fine and heavy leather sizes 1 to H go ing at 25c to 100 25 pairs Boys Shoes all sizes fine make and material at 115 Thirtyfive pairs finer grade at 150 Sixteen pairs that we guaran tee to give satisfaction which formerly sold at 250 now going at 200 Our Line is Unexcelled- In Clothing Mens allwool black and- fancy Suits regular price 750 now- 490 Only a few left Come at once A big line of highgrade Suits A long 52inch bolted Overcoat for men fancy- colors real value 850 now offered at 595 Because of an overstocked line of Boys Suits and Overcoats which we- brought on for Xmas wo are oflering them at 30 per cent below the real val ue Dont forget this We Can Cover Your Head- With an uptodate fine Hat any style or color for 135 We also sell a gen uine Swan hat guaranteed to hold its shape for 200 Also a big line off higher grade Hats in all the latest shapes Remember that we have a complete line of Woolen Dress Goods at all prices Calico 4e Outing Uloth 9c best Waist Flannel24c Per cals lOc Linen 6c Bleached Cotton 5c to 8c Capes Jackets Comforts Blankets and everything else in the Dry Goods Line in proportion We Have the Goods And can furnish you with anything our line at less than you can huff u elsewhere Same quality too cv count of a late fall we find that we are overstockedon winter goods and rath er than carry them over we are dis posing of them at sacrifice prices We hope this will impress you to come at once for we certainly mean what we say You will find everything just as represented SAM BACH Hartford t I n Iartforcl RepublicanI i f FRIDAY JANUARY 6 TlmtO i Y NorHi nun ml I NolardatlntnNn Nu102dniM7iiui Nniilli Hound No121ilD ll1lH in No 101 doe 2M p m No 181 DpH4Up m Carson Bros pays cash for Furs A E Ellis Beda called to see us Saturday Rosco Render Mataoza called to 4eeeuo Saturday Norval Brown McIIenry called to ace us Saturday Charlie Render McIIenry called to see OB Saturday G T TInatey Render was a pleasant I S caller Monday Mliis Eva Robertson has accepted a position as stenographer for Attor ney G B Likens FOR SAUJ My two Story Real dence MRS JULIA WKODISO zlr4 Hartford Kyt- I Y Mr Sam Bach was In Louisville the dot of the week purchasing new goods nor his midwinter trade fHqJob M Graham Nmows who Is attending as member ol the Fiscal Court made us a pleasant call Tuesday Bring your lurs to Sam Bich the HntUcrJ merchant lie wll lake all youve got and pay you the highest cash price 1lisps G W Martin Select and D J Wilcox Rockport members of the fiscal Court were very pleasant call eta Tuesday I We have all kinds ol bugalna in- ynu during January 195 Bring or jour cash and see us CARSOS Co e Mr and Mrs Wayne Griffin and wer the guests of Mrs Grlf 4children Mr and Mrs PO Am tin Beaver Dam last week Mm W P Render and little daughters Mary and Mabyn M tai ojus have been the guest of Mrs Ren ders daughter Mrs C R Smith fur the past few days We have upon our shelves ioms big bargains In Overcoat and Dies i Goods Visit us for these articles and you are sure to get a bargain CARSON Co r While at work tit Fords new low ering mill dew days ago Mr J M Mnitlngly accidentally stepped into a Small excavation which caused painful sprain of his foot and ankle 1 We have another big job in odd Pants which we have put on our bargain condter at too and 15 r Come to Usfor bargains In pints CARSON Co AnthonyMAlden who killed Rice Rerifrowat White Run Christmas eve was arraigned before Judge Miller last 1 lie waived examining trial 4and his bond was fixed at 1030 h hr gave and was released from r JailThe Board of Equalization is now in session here It Is composed of the following named gentlemen viz Warren Taylor John Holbrjok W 1N Addington Tom Wallace and Alonzo Phillips The session will fir r extend over into next wrek Buy our scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles you to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office Mr Charlie Sturgeon who together with his wife have ben the guests of Mr J M MclnUre and family for the past several days will leave today to assume his duties as Mate on Steam er Crescent City Mrs Sturgeon will- visit a few days longer when she will return to her home at Evinsvllle IndianasThtreare4 large Grain Elevator at Covington Oklahoma and over five hundred thousand bushels of wheat was shipped from this station on the Arkansas Valley and Western ti this year For particulars in regard 1 ts at the opening of Covington Lucien and Greenup apply to Cal- K wn Hartford Ky Estill Taybr Pientls called to see UN Monday W II French Pientls was a pitas ant caller Monday W D Wakeland Mcllenry made us a pleasant call Friday Miss Delia Barnes Marion Ky is visiting at MM Lucy Hubbirds Commonwealths Attorney B D Ringo Is attending court at Cal houn City restaurant has put in a Hot Drinks outfit Pine Call and try emA new 6000 school building f now being erected In Covington Ok lobo ma Ladles drop In at City Restaurant and try a cup of our Hot Chocolate So good Miss Eva Brown Centertown ha been the guest of her sister Mrs Is ioc Foster for the past lew days An elegant line of Ladles Drcst Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont fall to see them before pur chasing elsewhere Mr Marlon Kimbley of the Small hone neighborhood is very low of tub rcolosls and is not expected to survive longer than a few days Mr Charles G Crowder ol Rosine left Monday fur Louisville to resunl- the study of medicine under the tu torship ol the Hospital College ol Medicine Schroders Studio left the first ol the week for Rochester where it wil remain some time alter which It will begin Its annual trip down Green river and luck to Hartford in early fall Oil has ben discovered In large quantities in and around Greenup Oklahoma There are now about 4 wells producing from 65 to 250 barrels per day For particulars in re gard to lots In Covington Lucien and Greenup apply to CAL P KnowN Hartford Ky We have just canvassed our Shoe stock and find that we have 70 pairs ol Shoes to close out at greatly reduced prices These shoes are for Men Ladles and Children The stock LIthese Shoes Is firstclass but a lot r odds and end We have placed them on the bargain Counters CARSON Co Mr John W Hale Fordsvllle hns been In town several days this week rounding up affairs preparatory to bt ginning work on the electric light plant which he and his company art to Install here The Condit Mill neai Rough River bridge has been purchas ed as a site for the power house The small child of Mr and Mrs Sam Paris of Clear Run that was seriously burned some time ago died last Friday night and Interment took place Sunday at Clear Run Cemetery In the presence of quits a number c t friends and relatives of the timllj Tin RniOHLlCAN extend tokens rl sympathy and condolence to the family By oversight the announcement ot John M Shultz for Magistrate of th Cromwell Justice District was omitted from our columns when the count convention was held Nomination lor Magistrates have not been made andwith this issue we reinstate Mr Shultzs announcement which we will run until the nominating convention Is held Last Friday Chick Jennings a boy twelve years old shot and severely Injured Ivan Dowella ten year old boy with a 22 caliber rifle The boys were going to a neighbors to kill a hog and were playing with the gun which was accidentally discharged the contents of which took effect in the smaller boys back The little fellow was improving at last report On last Tbursday night Miss Fannie Render and Prof Jesse Berry were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Rev J H Burnett official ing The wedding was quite a our prise to most every one and only a few of the Immediate friends and rel atives of the couple knew of it until the nuptial rights had been performed Prof Berry is a native of the coun ty and is at present teaching in Baurbon county The brde is one of Hartfords most popular and ladles Their many friends wis them a happy fnture OA IORIABaas theinsKiod Yon Hare Always Bola BifBltU r Seed oats for sale at The Hartford Mill Gos place of business tl Albln Patln of Breaux Bridge La Is the guest of friends here You ran get Glass any size you want up to 63 Inches at Hartford Mill Gos tl Attorney E M Woodward was in Calhoun the first of the week on lega business Mrs John Thomas Is the guest ol her sister Mrs A J Casey at Hop kinsvllle We still have a few Cloaks lets which we will close out at low figures CARSON Co W M Hiflin mention of whose lllnes appeared In leaf weeks REPUB LICAN is able to bs out Buy our Scholarship In the Masses y Business College located at Louis ville Position guaranteed Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ileru grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf J E Davidson will leave the last of the week to begin a select rchool at Oak Grove next Monday Chocolate GrapeKola Tomato Boullllon ClamBoullllon Liquid Beef red hot at City Restaurant We had to omit several valuable oespace and because they arrived late Hon J E Fugle returned Wednes day from Mlddlesburg where he hid been the guest ot his father for sever 1al raga You ought to get some of our mix ed feed for your old cow and get pall full ol good milk tI HARTFORD MILL Co Mr Hooker Williams and family have moved into the residence on Union Street recently purchased from A C Taylor IThe Hartford Mill Co is continually adding new machinery and build- Ing material to Its plant and is pre pared to furrsh almost anything In their line tl R C Jarnagln Roxy called to HIus Wednesday He told us he had just Sold his first crop of tobacco r Owensbiro receiving 6 5 and 4 He had 3 600 pounds We publish today the quarterly report of the Forchville Banking Co showI excellentefficiency and business capacity of its officials Mr Will Hurt has resigned his po sltlon as clerk in the Economy Dr y Goods Store He will probably ac cept a similar position in Lonlsvlllf He is an honest energetic and con peent young man and where i vtr 111 day go he will have the best wishes of the people bereIIn another column will be found RokportDeposit bprk Is doing an excellent business Its officials and dlrtctors are some of the countys most ingenious and iseevery reason why the bank should th- rivesMr and MM Wolfolk Barrow who have been theguests ol Mrs Parowa Taylorleftthey will spend a few days the guests whichtheywhere Mr Barrow is attending a Med leal school Snpt DeWeese has appointed the NormalDepartment Mechanical College Marvin Black LuteActoaSalphnrSpringeStella All of them are young teach ontheThe following persons have remem bered TUB REPUBLICAN in a substan tial way since the beginning of the new year Mrs Nancy King Hart fcrd W A Brown Matanzaf Rich Taylor Narrows Alex Maddox McHenry R C Jarnagin Roxey L F Woerner Hartford and W D Wake land McHenry The Kern Edwards Stock Co will present a fine series of entertain ments at Taylors Opera Halljanuary 2627 and 28 There art 18 people in the Company including 8 fine spec Househme I can stand behind the Company as it is an extragood one The prices will be general admissions 352 reserved seats Sac children 25 A Cv TAYLOR Manager Opera House Mrs Lucy Hubhard received n telegram last Friday morning bearing her the news of the serious illness or her son Walter at Pocatello Idaho She left immediately and expected to I arrive there Wennesday evening The family have had no word from her since she cached the far western city In another column will be found the quarterly report of the condition of the Ohio County Bank at the close of buslnis on the jist day of Decem her The report shows that the in stitution is in a healthful and growing thetvery ness like management bespeaks for it a continued increase In business Closing Out at Cost Prices now ruling at Posters Cash Store 3 cans Polks Best Tomatoes 25 3 cans Mustard Sardines 250 5 cans Blackberries 25 3 cans Polks Best Ptas 25 3 rang Heinz Baked Beans 250 3 cans best Kraut 25 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap 253 6 bars Big Deal Soap 257 6 bus Lenox Soap 250 3 bars fine Toilet Soap me boxes Rubno more 12 fIo boxes Penrllne 25 3 boxes Axle Grease 2 boxes Cream of Wheat 251 2 boxes Popcorn 3 bulls Pop Corn 51 Two 2 Ib boxes Hawk Eye Oats 15- 0llh box Vlctoiy Oats 4 zsa4 Ibs Butter Beans 251 Best Cream Cheese JScli Best Wafer Crackers 1506 2 packages Lion Coffee 25 2 packages Kls me Chewing Gum 5 3 bottle Lemon tee 1 box Bird Seed 4 2 packages Grape Nuts 25 2 packages Cero Fruto 2 c 2 packages Force 20 2 packages Colgans Tolu 5 3 bottles Wecbs Pepper Sauce 25 3 bottles Pickled Onions 25 bottles large size Standard Tomato Catsup 25 3 pakges Presto 25 3 bottles Pure Gold Tomato Catsup 250 All Tinware and Hardware at cost Three new show caees acd one pu Dayton computing scales for sale at grrnt bargain Also my house and lot in Hartfo I lor sale Everything else that is now lead goes In proportion JB FOSTER I Hartford Ky r t Ten Days Specials Following our usual custom before stocktaking we are going to mako to the public some special clos ing prices on Overcoats Ladies Jackets Millinery Comforts and Blankets Note Prices below and come at once Suuply limited Overcoat Specials Five Overcoats of nice quality Beaver cut long strap back well lined and trimmed a regular 600 H price Coat tsale for ten days only at the low d 448 Five extra quality all wool Overcoatsextra length 98sellLadies Jackets Out of our big stock only twelve are left The price of thes garments was 800 All new and sty lish They come castor and black sizes 32 34 36 l lot r onliMillinery Specials Our Never Carry Over motto will be rigedly en forced Our entire line must move at some price soiif its a Hat you want and want it stylish andcheap como directly to us No words exchanged about the price Take your pick make the piice and take it along Comforts and Blankets Plenty of weather for them yet and its a shame to slaughter them in this sale but wo have them and they must be turned into cash Its our loss and your gain Elevenfour all wool 500 Blankets choice 398 Elevenfour Cotton Mixed 200 Blankets 138 Big size quilted Comforts 89c Extra quality quilted Comforts lined with white cotton 129 These specials are not allTe keep on hands at all times bigger values in Dress Goods Mattings Carpets Furnishings etc than any house in Ohio county Remember our terms are strictly cashwith fair and curteous treatment to all Wo cordially in vite you to make our house your trading place for 1905 The Place Is t4tJNNftIf New Prices Will Follow New Year In our storeTO open 1905 with a rush of bargains so dont delay to call on us if you havent stocked yourselves up for the wipter in Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Etc If you have not bo sure and come at once and if you have call again Wo are offering some recordbreaking bargains Come and bring this this list with you We only name a few articles of our largo stock Misses and Childrens Shoes Made of the very best material A nice Misses Shoe sizes 12 to 3J at at 100 to 175 Childrens Shoes made of fine and heavy leather sizes 1 to li going at 25c to 100 25 pairs Boys Shoes all sizes fine make and material at 115 Thirtyfive pairs finer grade at 150 Sixteen pairs that we guaran tee to give satisfaction which formerly sold at 250 now going at 200 Our Line is Unexcelled In Clothing liens allwool black and fancy Suits regular price 750 now 490 Only a few left Come at once A big line of highgrade Suits A long 52inch bolted Overcoat for men fancy colors real value 850 now offered at 595 Because of an overstocked lino of Boys Suits and Overcoats which we brought on for Xmas wo are oflering them at 30 per cent below the real val ue Dont forget this We Can Cover Your Head With an up todate fine Hat any style or color for 135 Wo also sell a gen uine Swan hat guaranteed to hold its shape for 200 Also a big line off higher grade Hats in all the latest shapes Remember that we have a complete line of Woolen Dress Goods at all prices Calico 4Jq Outing Cloth 9c best Waist Flannel24c Per cals lOc Linen 6c Bleached Cotton 5c to 8c Capes Jackets Comforts Blankets and everything else in the Dry Goods Line in proportion We Have the Goods And can furnish you with anything ut our line at less than can Kn i elsewhere Same quality too count of a late fall we find that we are overstockedon winter goods and rath er than carry them over we are dis posing of them at sacrifice prices We hope this will impress you to come at once for we certainly mean what we say You will find everything just as represented SAM BACH Hartford it- r HOW TO GET FAT OR THINI A Simple Change of Diet Wilt Work Wonders Department of Agriculture Issues a Bulletin Which Contains Food Suggestions How to Get Fat or Thin migh- be an appropriate title for a bulled that has been newly issued by thi Government Department of Agriculture and which tells people who means one should adopt in older tc attain the precise degree of plum ness most healthful and becoming t the individual says Rene Bache i the Chicago RecordHerald The In structlons given which represent the latest scientific knowledge on the subject are so simple anybody may understand them at a glance It is all a matter of food If I are too fat you may readily dispose of the aupetflous adipose by glv lug up four or five articles cl diet Indeed you can easily reduce you- weight at the rate of half a pound ton pound a day if yon will temporari ly abandon only potatoes candy and bread On the other hand if you are anxious torieve plumpness there are suitable and corrrspondlng means to be adopted Boll down the systemwhich is no fad but based upon the exact con elusion of scienceamounts simply to a recognition of certain articles ol diet as fuel foods Such foods among which bread and potatoes are conspicuous are burned chemically in the body to run the body machine What Is not consumed in this way is stored as fat Hence it foluws that the fuel foods should be preferred by over thin folks and studiously avoided by those who have a tendency to corpulenceThe attractive feature of thi system is that you can have as much as you want to cat If you are anx ious to get thinner you may indulge in good and appetizing food to an unlimited extent and yet 11 you obey the simple rules you will steadily lose flesh Indeed the result Is beau tifully certain Would you for ex ample like to lose a pound and a half in the first twentyfour hours one pound the next day and aa average of threequarters of a pound thereafter If so you have only to follow these instructions Eat meatany kind you want and plenty of it but only the lean part Eat eggs as many of them as you like Eat all the fruit you can stuff barring only but bananas Eat every vegetable excepting potatoes and corn But cut out pastry bread and sweetsYou see meat fat does not go to make muscle or blood Such of it as is not consumed as fuel is converted into fat in the body The same is true of sugar and of wheat and the other cereal grains There fore It is that these things must be avoided If one desires Shrinkage of beltNearly all vegetables fortunately are mainly water and water of course doesnt fatten Beets for example and carrots celery tomatoes cauli flower cabbages lettuce cucumbers eggplant and turnips may be eaten to an unlimited extect a variety surely 1 sufficient for anybody All fruits except bananas are in the same I gory and tor this reason a person threatened with overplumpness may consume them in unrestricted auantl ties As for meats II lean as well as eggs they are muscle and blood makers and would never contribute fat to the most corpulenlly inclined individualIt that it you wish to be fatter you must eat freely of those things which are forbidden to the overplump especially bread pastry cereal products of all kinds potatoes and sweets One great advantage of the system as already stated Is that it does not t require the person who pursues it to make a martyr of himself Though butter is fattening one need not give it up inasmuch as the quantity consumed under ordinary circumstances is small Sugar is a fat prodncerbnt n few lumps dally in onea coflee will not count Sweets of all kinds are great fat producers and stout people are apt to 1 be particularly fond of them In which connection it is worth nothing that the use of sugar as food in one shape or another has increased enor mously within the last few years At the beginning of the nineteenth p century it was expensive a luxury Indeed almost beyond reach oi tU e poorbut at present It is one ol the cheapest articles of diet II anybody who finds himself or herself beginning to get too tat will simply give up potatoes and bread for a while the tendency will prompt ly cease To abandon the latter i a hardship how serious one realize only after trying it for a few days but the benefit gained amply pays fo thoroughlty may prove a consolation Packing Trunk In packing trunks there often comes that final hour of n bootpl in on top a e thatnor pers some friends speech are sacrificed l to wrap up these shoes To avoid this dilemma make several pairs of bags of lightweight washable stuff pieces of summer dresses percale lawn etc be used Make but eacheshoe or slipper with its own bag not a pair together as they will ruIn and to thre hags shows which are mates Where Exchange Is Robbery You say you got rid of that counterfeit quarter I gave you SamI certainly did boss But dont you know it was wrong 1to pars it I didnt zactly pass it boss You see I was assin round de plate in church las Sunday an I jilt ex changed itlYonkerd Statesman Englands Marriage Rate The marriage rate is higher in England than elsewhere being 15 per thousand In most other coup tries it varies from 7 to 10 per thou sand The highest birth rate according to a volume of statistic rcferriu chiefly to foreign countries issued ionsmania 31 per t country also has the highest death rate277 per thousand The lowest marriage rate is in Sweden where it is 09 per thou sand London Mail- Interesting Conversation NellieYou seemed much interested tonight in the conversation of Mr Tomlinson EdithYes His conversation was about sensible matters such as few of the young then of the day discuss Xollie What was it EdithThe superior advantages of married life as compared with bachelordomLondon Telegraph No Pity Shown For years fate was after me con tinuously writes F A Gullege Ver bena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cure me Equally good for burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Hartford m The Enjoyable Part On one occasion Joseph Chamberlain was invited to Liverpool to make a speech It was to be a great celebration The mayor who was to preside at tho meeting had ar ranged a fine dinner for the guest of honor A distinguished assembly surrounded the table and at the right of the host sat Mr Chamberlain For a couple of hours the committee chatted over their food and finally the coffee was served It was at this juncture that the mayor leaned over and whispered- to Mr Chamberlain Your excellency shall we let tfte crowd enjoy itselfawhile longer or had we bet ter have your speech P A Story of Bird Life Out in Oregon there Is a whose fondness for the genus avis i- so great that dnrlng a somewhat va sled experience in matrimony she has always remained a b rd Born to the name oi Bird she was christened ElizabethWhen time came to leave the home nest she mated with Bud Martin anil the union was blessed with one little Martin who remained to console the mother after the untimely demise of Papa Martlo With her baby Mother Martin changed her nest to that of Edward Crow whose cornfields denoted his ability to provide handsomely for the addition to his family In the course of time two little Crows were added to the happy home and then the father passed away Mating season falling due Elizabeth Crow two little Crows and one Martin entered the nest of one William Robin where they lived happily for a time A little Robin joined the Interesting family and added his cherry chirp tothe chorus of other birds Alas poor Cock Robin He soon joined the departed Crow and Martin who had gone before Bereft of her beloved Robin the widow found solace In the society of William Buzzard a widower of attractive and charming persuadedrher once more to change her hablta tlon Into the large Buzzard nest she carriedone little Martin two little Crows and one little Robin One lit tie Buzzard was already there to wel come the other birds Reflections of a Batchelor Sew York IrrMJ It is the person with the Indiarub her conscience who has a castIron dl gestion No woman is so blind as to suppose handsome eyes are made only to See withWomen seem to count their child rens brains by the number of teeth that come through A woman would like to be rich so she could give pennies to the poor and pearl necklaces to herself When a girl has the nightmare you can generally tell It by the way she says she eats no more than a bird When a man Is first with a woman he is always next A woman can always comfort her self over not having any money bj going shopping To save her life a woman cant understand why an ermine bca doesnt keep her knees from chapping Alter a woman tells a secret same body confided to her she waits to see who will be the fist to betray her sa cred confidence- A man Is much worse for people thinking he is bitter than he is and a woman much better for others thinking she is worse than she is One girl Is company two a breach of promise suit verywoman is always doing somethingeither to get fatter ot thinnerIt be awful lonesome for a bald woman not to be cbe to wash her hair with her best friend The cleverest thing is the way a girl with a bad attack indigestion can just love to have her sweetheart rtai sentimental poetry to her A Primer on Literature For Beginners What is the literature oi today FictionHow Isjfiction divided into his torical novels acd nature books What is a historical novel One that shows no trace of history or novo elty What Is a nature book A volume of misinformation about animals justdMention some recent nature books The Lions of the Lord Pigs In Clover The Octopus The Blue Goose and The Sta Wolf What are the best selling books Those which sell the best people What is a magazine A small body of literature entirely surrounded by advertisementsWhy paper so called Because it is so funny anybody buys it What is a critic A critic is a man i who writes about the books he doesnt like What Is poetry Lines ofwords ending with same sound What is a minor poet A poet not yet twentyone years of age What is a major poet There isnt anyWhat is a publisher A man who is blamed if a book doesnt sell and ignored if it does What does a publisher mean by Kipslings and Mrs What makes a book a phenomenal success Much bad much pad and much ad HUMAN BLOOD LIKEAPES Experiments Prove That Man and Monkey Possess Close Affinity Blood has been a court of latest resort in comparing men and monkeys At Anthropological Congress recently held at Grelfawald Prof Uh lenhnth described at some length the results of experiments he had undertaken with the view of ascertaining whether any dosfr affinity exists be tween the blood of manlike apes and that ofman than between the blood of man and that of the lower monkeys and mammals in general The result j goes to show that although It la per lectly easy to distinguish lween hu mon blood and that of the lower mam nials It Is difficult to drtnonBnte n satisfactory distinction under the mi croscope between human blood urn1 that of apes and uionkcF But this IK by no means s161ror whereas tho resent b ance is greatest between the blood ot man and that ot apes it becomes tries strongly marked when Ihe1 blood of the lower oldwore monkeys is compared still less so I II tHe case of the American monkeys and least of ail when the blool ol the I lemurs is under compares In This is exactly what zoological whitacrei might have expecttd to much as the lemurs depart most wide ly of all the primates from the human types aCbadwickian Proverbs Chicago SewJ A word to the guys is sufficient Many a man is long on dollars and Short on sens The best signature for a note I that of a man of note It takes a woman to unmake the man who is made of dust- Men is judged by his works and woman by her ib lily 10 work him A 1000 banknote in the hand i worth too 500000 notes in the sale It is quite permissible ti rib Peter to pay PdulIf your nHine is Paul Credit no man wltli tm goof lntn lions rake him come rp wlh the long green Had M Vher Rve brn tipto Hate i what a fool shed have made of that serpent A women can make a fool of almost any WAn it nature dOt sat get the herI wasnt much of a fnnii cite but he knew enouh to go in when it rained JAPS TURN TO CIGARETTE Pipe is Being Rapidly Displaced by Coffin Nail Tobacco Con sumption Increases During thlatt irn jern the con sumption ot tot ncu in Japan has In i reattd in a veij mmktH degree The old Japan se pip which was practl cpll the 1111 way Ida Co was con Mimed has hero Mippuntrd by the cigarette Ii 1889 hr jepenede goy rriumn ni nopniz d the li beech trmle tnce w li cli lOll ihrciitMttte Import have InrriHMfl nntioMv In 1898 cgnritlr vMiud nt 166 234 were inn puilul woody Hum AMrtilc couudes In 19 2 the value of the moet Import rd tiMie to 11 95610 Thi tobaccos monopoly Inw one IIomo1I6d Utter as to permit clsurettrnnnd cut ti bicco he1nQ imported by private patties up on the payment of 150 per cent lid vtlorrm duty It was not 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ob tale a tlvllhood ts a laborer for oth ers In the depths ol despair he wen ta the owners ol a mine long worke out and begged permission togodown tbe shaft It was granted He wen I down and 2 o feet below the surlncee he drove in his pick and dislodged something He rame up with it and asked that his find might be examin ed and weighed That was done Is It all mine he es ced It wa they told him Its not the governments No It was not the governments Nor anybody elses No nor anybody elsesSIt all btlongs entirely and solely to me It did The nameless wanderer bad found one of the biggest nuggets unearthed It weighed 196 pounds of pure gold They turned to congratulate him to find that tbe joy had killed him The story is said to be true STATKOP OmOCITY OK TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTYBS Frank J Cheney makes that firm be is senior partner of the of P J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum oi One Hundred Dollars fo each and every case 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sin he Is apt to find that the hat ter Is on him leftsi you s your best corn Our biggest blackest troubles are often only the locomotive drawing our richest treasure train It will take a lot ot nerve for some Christians to stand up and look over judgersay servant NlghtWas Her Terror 1 would trough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate couldohardly get any sleep I had cant sumption so bad that if I walked anaa spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 8100 bottles oi Dr Kings New Discovery wholly poundshCoughs tis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price boa and 8100 Trial bottles free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m T Expensive Campaign- Im a triple dialed tour ply in fern ally stupid ass moaned the So cialist convert eIVhats the matter old man asl ed his brat friend Why dating the campaign I got excited in a stump speech and de elated a man could not earn a mil lion dollars honestly Uncle Rich heard of it and left everything to 1charity Mrs Mary 8 Crickof White 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7 pm nIT1 D liar ned pastor School Trustees lUrtfordJas P Miller J Olson S T Stevens D M Mocker J H D Car son Jon C RUey Town Trustees Rown Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr 8 J Wedding W 8 Tlnsley A TaylorGecrtocitia A O D W meets flrst and third Friday nights In each mont- hHaruordLodgeNoe76FAMasonars9 t Monday night In each month v Bough River LodgeNoUOKnlgbtspl Pythla r meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A IL hold rag nlar meetings Saturday beforeflrstSnnday la each month lia STI LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CerteLECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEJt SemllSAlKAnd Paints Id TEXAS MEXICO catll CfmUrvs rCFtwccnlltirif Carte 1 tiLEtCTJIC UGTtD TRAINS for retSir btonaalloi Jdnrtlilni HalUr fie IMms lJJJloanmt 4 C TOWtlQEhp IV atTAdrOTLOUIO CATOElXAlean the1ba Kind You Hare Alway Bolffh- t8lgnrtxn 1I Gt z- t Jwrl T 7 S yd mr Tfti fCO y e p Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 6IRENDERIDec 3John S Spence wes li Central City on business one day l tI weekMiss Mabel Hunley of Prentls visited Miss Nellie Harris last week Miss Nellie Harris was in Beave Data last Thursday i W J Rowe formerly of this plat tat now of Herring Illwas the f guest of Chas Cargal last week i CJohn Francis was in Beaver Dam t last Thursday Messrs Stephens and Burton ol Central City were here last Fri day 4 Jas Espey is all smiles A boy born on December 30th Another RepublicanT was in Rockport lasr 1I SaturdaySimon Jones was in Hartford last Saturday Miss Bertha Blue returned to her iome in Owensboro last Sunday after risking B C Dowell and family for the past two weeks Andrew Mercer was in Central City f last Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Smith and Rachel Blackburn and Lucye James were in Beaver Dam and Taylor Mines Mast Sunday Mrs Julie Snyder of Haweavllle I aad Mrs Willie Buchanan of Evans ville were the guests ol Mr and Mrs Scott Smith last week Rev E D Boggess preached an interesting sermon here last Sunday sight B C Ewen and Ed Mcssbarger of loulsrllle were here on business yesterday P K Salsburg went to Central City yesterday Robt Eudaley of Ceralvo visited here this week Misses Maggie Splcer and Bert e Boone of Nelson visited here this week Charles Carr ol Nelson was theI inest of his brother John Carr yes 3erdayCOne day last week Chesterl JenI slugs age 14 years and Ivan Dowell age 9 were out with a 22 Winchester rIfle somehow or other Jennings shot and seriously wounded Dowell The doctor thought for two or three aJsI he would die but at present he Is get ting along nicely but the bullet Is allll in 111mIT O Baker is on the slcklllst W F Campbell of Central CityI was here yesterdayIJohn R Scott ol Paducah was here esterdayIM W Warner of Jingo was hereI todayjW S Vlckof Owensboro was here todayIMiss Olle Mae Howard of Central City is visiting her cousin Miss CarI ale RollIRoscoe Davis of Leltcbfield is the guest of his Uncle John F Hocker Geo T Tinsley wag in Hartford eterdayIPolice C K Reneer spent yesterday and today with his family in ntertownIAU who use atomizers In treating nasal catarrh will get the best result rom Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price Including spraying tube 75cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely 3ros 56 Warren St NY New Orleans Sept I 1900J Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot ilea ot your Liquid Cream Balmto B nstomer Wm Lamberton 1415 Del schalse St New Orleans he has aaed the two bottles giving himI wonderful and most satisfactory reo suits Guo W McDuiiPharmaclst A S of E Notes Narrows Ky Jan 3 Editor HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Dear sir I would like to give your many readers a few items of news in regard to progress and workings ol local unions of the A S of E in this part of Ohio county The various ducal unions have unanimously rat ited the work ot the Lynchburg con f rention of Tobacco Growers In e 8 Jabllsbing prices on the difieren- a t Sypes of tobacco as follow For Kentucky dark tobacco 80 per cwt j for Burley grown in dark district 1200 per cwt prices below i which farmers should not sell fj When we tike Into consideration the fact that there was not to exceed t per cent of a crop of 1904 aud t very small percentage ot the 1935 fl1 available lor manufacturing pur 1 the further fact that the kbuve DHined pticcs only gl e us B very small margin of profit oo the nc tual cost of production and realizing that we are under neither moral nor legal obliijatlors to sell our product an unprofitable price therefore we have resolved to begin to exercise the same rights that are enjoyed by ev cry other calling viz That of pricing our own products so as to glut us a reasonable profit above the cost of production and being thoroughly confident of our ability to maintain our prices by controlling the market lag of our products so as to always keep the market hungry and the de wand seeking the supply instead oI dumping a whole years supply o the market in the space of a Jew months and thereby forcing prices downAs a means to this end and to fur ther protect ourselves from the cnn slag devices ot the tobacco specula tore who are employing the most diabolical schemes ever invented by human ingenuity to decleve t bacco growers and thereby induce them to sell at prices fixed by a com blnatlon ot speculators who know nothing of the cost of production and are only concerned about the great margin ol profit they are able to reo allze Brother farmer dont be deceives by the stories the buyers are telling about how much tobacco they have bought just over in other neighborhoods but stand by your prices and It will be but a short time until things wilt be going our way It is a fact that everyone must ad wit that to wlthold our produce three months our cause would be complete and money sharks would come to us and beg for bread and meat A few lines contained in the report of the Clarksville reran market for December 12 1994 that serves to show the trend of the speculative mind The planters lorganlzations throughout the West to control the prices for the new crop is such a dis turblng element in delaying th movement ol the crop that it cannotI be ignored and it is conceded that buyers have prepared themselves toI offer higher prices than they would but for the wide spread excitement the pleating districts The toad tons which led to this must be re garded as an impediment to the course ol trade Tney realize that they opposed us too hard last winter not that their conscience is hurting them but the realize that they have killed the hen that laid the golden egg The A S of E Is truly a coopera tlve organization therefore we are ar ranging to sell our tobacco by Local Union Districts and since we inaug urated this plan our people are becom ing thoroughly awakened to the pos sibilities of the organization and wer having some rushing meetings A our regular meeting of Fordsvlllt Local Union No i Saturday nigh- December 31St we received fifteen ne members this markj the number IIe members in our Local about 60 an more in sight Brother Farmers we should truly encouraged to press forward in the work of organization in order to protect our business and opt homes from he most conslenceless gang of speculators that ever Invaded any country Yours for the grand cause o Equity M F SHARP Working Night and Day The busiest aud mightiest little hing that over was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength list lesaaees into energy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful inI building up the health Only 25o box Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m SMAlLHOUSIJan 4 Mr and Mrs Sam Morton gave a nice supper and entertainment to a few ol their many friends Thursday Those present were Mr and Mrs John W Baker Mr and Mrs Boone Mrs William Smith Mr and Mrs W E Morton Mr R E Eu dailey and Miss Bird Boone Messrs Torn Smith Worth Fulkerson Herman Addlngton 0 W and L B Overhults M and H Balls Owen Hunter Ed Hunter Wayne Fulker son Ross John and Vig Morton- o Misses Debbie Taylor Lelia Hunter Altha Addlngton Eula Withrow Ula Addington Ida Addington Ethel Hunter Lucy Withrow Ninth Bal lock All report quite a pleasant time B L Taylor Liberty was the guest of his parents Saturday an SundayArthur Hunt spent the holidays with his parents here Miss Fannie Davis is the guest of Miss Ethel Hunter M F Klmbley is very low of cons sumption Rev O L Weir has resigned his pas torlal work at the Smalhous Baptist church Rev Weir was well liked by every one and many regret his leave from us Miss Maggie Hunter is visiting slAter Mrs P L Wood of Ce ralvo Lige Addington and Miss Maude Balls have returned from a visit to relatives in Boonvllle Ind They were accompanied by Mr Dick Ado dington Mr Hines and wife Livermore have returned home after a few days visit to relatives near here RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR PUBLICATION LAST WEEK- NOCREEK Dec 29We trust all have had a ofod Santa a safe return home and a pleas ant New Year There seems to be a great deal of interest taken in the A S of E here All the farmers are invited to join at the next regular meeting which Saturday night Messrs Ellis and Arch Foster are in Owencboro this week Mr Andrew Rowan Is quite sick Miss Belle Barnard who has been sick Is better Willie Cantrell left Tuesday for Lebanon Junction Dr S W Crowe visited in East Nocreek last week Miss Myrtle Wllford and Mr John Cantrell visited near Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Miss Allle Fielden has returned from a two days visit to her uncle Mr Jams Fleldenat Maxwell Miss Erie Liles passed through here Monday enroute to Owens boroOn Wednesday December 2Sat oethe brides parents in East Nocreek Miss Ina Stevens and Mr Bre Stevens were quietly married by Rev J W Cantrell The bride is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs W F Stevens and is a beautiful and charming young lady of rare social attainments and her sunny disposition has for her many friends Mr Stevens an energetic young farmer and is noted tor his pleasant and agreeable cereymony repaired to the home of the grooms father where a nice supper had been prepared for them Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain as follows anyIorIacross or over on eltberta wagon or loaded with more than two thous materd any any one so I ing shall be fined not less than five nor more that ten dollars for eachoffense Sec 2 All ordinance and parts of ordinance in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved January 4 1905 MayorfAttest Entertainment at the Wedding Home Misses Artie WeddingPearl Thorn as Cassle Riley and Mary Keown en tertalned their friends at the Wedding home on Friday evening with a party which was remarkable for the variety and eccentricity its entertainments The first part of the evening wa spent in playing various games At io oclock an elaborate dinner was served in the artistically decorated dining hall The remainder of the evening was devoted to pleasant surprises that plesd all the guests Immensely Those present were Misses Mary Keown Artie Wedding Pearle Thomas Cacsle Riley Ethel Westerfield Effie Render Carrie Yates Irene Miller Arbye Brown Elba Bean Hattie Barnett Lillie Miller Winona Stevens Hettle Riley Willye Smith Kate Thomas Norma Brown Messrs Otway Yates W WI Hurt Emory Schroeter Geo Lewis Tom Wand Cecil Stevens Cleve Her Marvin Moseley Jos E Champaign C W Bennett A B Morton Robert Ben nett DW King Clifford Schroeter and Albin Patin Miss Millers Soiree- d Quite a delightful soiree was given by Miss Irene Miller at her home on Union Street last Saturday evening The entertainment consisted ol a se rles of pleasant diversions and vane gatedmerriments The last moments of the fading year were passed with refreshments and drllcacles which were trjoyed by all present Those who were present were Misses Pearl Thomas Artie Wedding Hattie Barnett Mary Keown Elba Bean Effie Render Annie Patton- r Winona Stevens Kate Thomas Norma Brown Eva Brown and Arbye Brown Messrs Otway Yates Tom Wand Chales Bennett Willie Hurt Ernest Fields Cecil Stevens J E Champaign Marvin Moseley D W King Cleve Her Albin Patin Cllf ford Scbroeter and Emory Schroeter New Scenery for Taylors Opera Hall A C Taylor has received and Iplaced his curtains and scenery for his new Opera Hall Mr R H Mil roy the artist who designed and painted them arrived with them more than a week ago and finished placing them the Utter rt of last week There are six curtains already placed and one which Mr Milroy is now at work on to be put in yet The rear curtain represents a typical mountains scene with its lolty precipices and deep cavrons The second represents the Interior of kitchen of a frontier home Number three is a beautiful tropical woodland with its broad straight hlghwaysi overhung by luxurlan foliage Number lour is a smart representations of the Interior of niparlor Number five is a beautiful street scene while the sixth is a picture of the ocean beech The Hllwill comfortably seat 410 people indirect view ol the stage the rear halfof the seats being raised so they overlook the front ones four registers from the large furnace In the basement makes it snug and warm and with its new scenery curtains and other paraphernalia the hall presents an elegant and citylike appear ance O Miss Florence Morton Entertains On Wednesday evening Miss Flor ence Morton entertained in honor of Miss Barnes ol Marlon Ky who U visiting in the city The evening was spent very pleas theaMiss pnzeassand Mr Arch Lewis the booby New and catchy music was render ed by Miss Elizabeth Sanderfur Dainty refreshments were servedby the hosts s in her usual charming mannerThose present were Misses Dar nes Marlon Ky Dena Woodward Beaver Dam Mary H Wedding Whitesville Mary Bennett Mary Belle Burnett Bessie Fair Bernice Miller Leona Maddox Martine Bennett Zlla Nail Lzzle Miller Belle Woircer Margaret Marks Lettle Mark Elizabeth Sanderfur Bissit Morton Llllle Burton Florence Mar ton Messrs Cleve Her Jes M De Weese U S Carson Chas Bennett Tom WandGeo Lewis Wallace Riley Sam Cox Arch Lewis R R Riley Ira Bean Marvin Mosley Cecil Stevens and Lymac Williams A MawStoryI am ready to dye clean and press Mens and Boys Suits and Ladles Skirts recollar Overcoats repair Shoes and Boots and put on rubber Heels make and repair Harness pa and repair Saddles Come and see the Dyeing Man H L LEACH Tailor Shoe and Harness Shop Beaver Dam Ky Ordinance of the Town of Hart Kyallng puultbment fur Yajrranry The City Council of the city of Hartford Ky do ordain as follows Sec I Any ableboiled male jjer ens who lflald towg habjtually loiters or rambles abo without means to snppothimself or who has no trade calling or profession to make nn honest living or who is without visible means of support jr habitually refuses to engage In honest labor for his own support or for tbe support of his family if be has one or who purposely deserts his wife and children leaving thetti or anyI of them without suitable sub slstence or sentable means of subsls tence and hiuistlf being idle and dls solute or any able hodled person male oa female who has no visible means of support nnd who habitually refuses- to work nnd habitually loiters on the streets alley or other public places in said town shall be deemed vagrants Sec 2 Any person found guilty of the oflense of vagrancy shall foj the first offense b = filned not less h X than ten dollars nor more than fifteen dollars or imprisoned not lets than thirty days nor more than forty days or tbe punishment may be both such fine and Itnpr sonment For the sec ond and all subsequent oflensts sixty days imprisonment Any one fined under the provisions of this ordl nance shall unless the fine and coat be paid or replevied he required to work at hard labor at the rate of one dollar per day on the streets until the hneandcnllt are satisfied Anyone who Is Imprisoned shall be required- to work at hard labor during the term of his Imprisonment- Sec 3 It shall be the duty of the marshal of said town to keep a look out for vagrants and if any be detected he shall forthwith arrest such person and bring him before the Police court where he shall be dealt with in the same manner as are other viola tors of the ordinances of said town Sec 4 All ordinances and parts of ordinances In conflict herewith lire hereby repealed Approved January 4th 195 ROWAN HOUIROOK Mryor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Fined One Cent and Cost On last Saturday the son of Van May confessed a fine cf one cent and the cost before Judge Mlllrr for disturbing the public school at Rickets No 8 No evidence was taken and through the sympathy of the teacher Mr Black he was let off with the minImum fine No one has any right to Interfere in anyway with the public schools ol the county and the extreme penalty Is none too severe In a case like this EVERYBODY L LI MAKC FOR W1ATit American rh rm c lC ETantYllUIml DeWitts ft Salvo For Piles Burns Sores Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres for 4500 or will sell at 30 per acre and make sur vey 2 J miles from Hartford JS mile of pike Good new 7 rocm house 2 barns 75 acres In bottom balance good hill land good Orchard fine meadow io or 15 acres In woods all under fence 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good build- Ings and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for ago per acre or t6uo 3 miles from Hartford on Sanderfnrs crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 20 acres at Centertown See melon prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford in fine condition 75000 Ahouse and 2 acres ol ground adjoining Hartford Fine fruit good house and buildings for 3750 o 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Cernlvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 160 Mosler for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land If you want to buy land see me and I will furnish you wIth what you wants S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY IfUdol Dyspepsia clllrelDlrjMt what you Quarterly Report fOROSVlLl rutp1 j At the Close of Business on Dec 31 1904R- ESOURCES Lcnnss and discounts 87819 07 Overdrafts unsecured 2395 oo Due from National Banks 966718 Due from State banks and bankers 10000 00 Due tram Trust companies 1966718 Banking house and lot i 00000 Other real estate 52 oi Other stocks and NSpecieCurrency 220000 540225 Furniture and fixtures 96100 Current expenses last quarter fi0a 52 Total 12592253 Give description location value end how long onfed all real estats except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years Lot In Ford vllle Ky value 5201- LIABILITIUS titIn58053Undivided JfallowsDeposits subject to check on which In iciest is not paid 34 51904 Time certificates 1Jinterest I Total 125922 53 l SUPPKMIJNTARY Highest amount of IndebtedrI ness of any stockholder per son company or firm Includ iting in the liability of the com pang or firm the liability of the individual memrers thereof di rectly or indirectly if such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent 4 paidinplus of the bAnk None How is Indebtedness stated in above item i secured See Sec 583 Ky Statutes Highest amount of Indebted seas of any director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds io per cent of p+ Id up capital stock of bank NonttSeeSec 583 Ky Statutes Does amount Indeptedaess I ol any person company or firm Including in the liability of tbe Individual member thereof ex capItal No Amount of last dividend 64 oo Were all expense losses In terest and taxes deducted there 1 VIfrom before declaring dividend and was not less than io per cent ot net profits of the for the period covered by theAsurplusfunddeclared Yea- See Sec 596 Ky Statutes STATE OF KNiUCKYt JaeJohnof the Fordsvllle Banking Co a banktlocated and doing business on Wart lord street In the town of Fordsvllle In said county being duly sworn I 1 says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement oi the condition ol the said bank at the close dbertthetranracted at the location named and iInot elsewhere and that the above re port Is made in cpmpllnnce with an official notice received from the I t Secretary ol State designating the 3ist iday of December t9o4 RS the day on y t J which such report shall he made JNO T SMITH Pres IKB C ADAIR DirectorsJSubscribed and sworn to before me by John T Smith Jr the 3rd day of j lanuary 1905 IKE C ADAIR N P OCo Ky My corarnlcslnn expires Feb 24t- po6CASTOR LAs l For Infanta and Children The Kind You Hare 1Bearseignatwo of JuayffijfaQ L 5a