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IIjc ttzrtf rb Uqublkan I Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year t VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY EErEMBER 29 1905 No 24 A NEW COUNT I Plans on Foot to Form Anoth er Beckham County Out of Portions of Ohio Gray son and Breckenridge With X1I Fordsville as County Seat A dispatch from 1lardinsbur reck county to the louis- ville I Herald in part says It has developed during the past week that the state administration will make a determined effort at the coming session of the Legislature to establish a new county out of por- tion1 of Ohio Grayson Hreckeridge and perhaps a part of Daviesa coun tics to be named Beokham in honor of the Govenor with the count f scat at Fordsville i The citizens of Fordsville are ver desirous of living in the capital of county and the project to establish u county with Fortlsslle as the count seat has been agitated for thirty years or more Judge N McC Mercer a well mown Democrat politician has been employed to take care of the legal phases of the matter and R III Young County Surveyor of JefTor son county and a nephew of Col Bennett H Young has been secured to survey the boundary lines This is no easy matter to do on account of the Constitution which prohibits the creation of a county of whiciwasouldI I Swhich it shall be taken to a less area square miles or the boundary line of which would pass withi less than ten miles of any county seat Judge Mercer and Mr Young were in consultation at Fordsville last week and he went there upo receipt of a telegram from the attorney The local Democratic organization- of r the three counties are strongly e for the bill and it is said that ChasI Beard the Republican Represen tative of Ohio county is also for th measure on account of the fact tha Fordsville is his home Gov BeckI ham is very much in favor scheme because he wants a county named for him and he thinks he sees three more votes for himsef in his race for United States Senator two jyears hencetIf i it will work a peculiar handship up on the citizens residing in the terri tiny to be taken from Breckenridge county Two magisterial districts of the county owe 54000 the unpaid portion of a sum voted to aid in bulldc I fLouisvillerailroad and this territory is within the taxed district The transference- of these people into a new county 14twill not relieve them of the payment subscription while it will largely increase their taxes on ac count of the enormous expense of erecting county buildings etc H It is extremely doubtful if 400 square miles of territory can be laid 18 out that will meet with all the re quirementa of the Constitution and the entire matter should be thoroughly H investigated by every member of the Legislature They should re member the great expense of ata ttempting to create that other county 21 called Beckham during its brief but illegal life E A Soiree Among the Christmas festivities 18 was a party given by the the younger setin honor of the boysJ at the home of Dr and Mrs Wedding Tuesday evening DecemJ parlorstRiley and Nora Wedding stood in 26 4the reception hall ready to reclve the guests music parlor games fortune teNlng etc were engaged untill ten ocloclkwhen the guests were in 20 vited to the beautifully decorated 22 dining room where dainty refresh menu were served and at the usual hour the guests bid good night to themselvestS- I J as having spent a most delightful eveningThose present were Misses Annie Eliza Keown Sarah Keown Alice Keown Mary Elizabeth Marks Elsie Matthews Tiny Yeiser Bessie Collins Virginia Fitzhugh Sulphur Spring Ruth Riley Lorena Ford Bern Bean Nora Wedding Nellie Woodward Alma Riley and Mess J W Marks Harrold Holbrook McIIenry Holbrook Eskridge Dynegr Martin Thomas Willie Riley Seth Riley Otto Martin Allison Barnett Joshua Fields and Sidney CAN SAVE CALEB POWER Tan in California Declares lie Can Name Goebel Mur ydarerIn Time Chartns pital suffering from a wound pro sumably selfinflicted has admitted to Superintendent Buckrcns that he has information as to the killing of Gov William Goebel of Kentucky which he alleges would clear Caleb Powers former Secretary of State of Kentucky now under sentence of death for complicity in the murder of Goebel A few days ago Powers wrote from Kentucky to Ehler saying I see by a press dispatch tiro you may be an important witness i the Goebel murder For six years I have lain in prison and three times I have been sentenced to death fo a crime of which I am as innocent as the angels around the throne If wInon Goebel then for Gods sake declare yourself and aid in proving my in nocencen admitted that he could Aiv testimony that might save the life ofI Powers and he intimated that if the exSecretarys execution was immi he would give such testimony Death of Mr H B Taylor basthome in the Liberty neighborhood- at 11 oclock Wednesday night after an illness of several days of pneumonia After funeral service conducted from Liberty church by Rev A Lewis at 10 oclock today interment will take place at Liberty burying ground Mr Taylor hadc reached a mature age being at his 1halfence in his community and in the for good and the betterment both His name is inseparably with the advancement and uphuilding of his neighhood and county He survived his wife only sixteen days A truly good man has gone to his reward License to Wed The following permits to wed havef been granted by County Clerk Ragland since our last issue Jerry Viggington Buford 2 to cordie Jolly Maxwell age 19h Elvis Burden Cromwell age 25 to Sarah E Goodman Horton age 23 A Ralph Magan ago 24 to Fronia C Whitehouse Fordsville age 17 W H Altmire McHenry 30 to Lucy Doss McHenry agea E E Burton Render age 25 toe Amelia Southard Render age 19 G Shultz Wysox age 25 to Nannie A Campfield Wysox aged W C Moseley Sulphur Springs age 36 to Laura B Johnson age 33 D Hill Centertown age 21 I Rosa M Park McHenry age 17 L Decker Woodbury age 30 to Gray Rockport age 21 Pendleton Hudson Beaver Dam 5 to JeSsie Stevens Beaver DamA age 18 Wm Lankford White Run f age 23 to Zella Cummins Dundee age 23 Ellis Johnson Little Bend age 21 to Carrie Read Prentis age Dan T Curry Owensboro age to Mary OStevens Beaver Damage 20 aDeItFM P11 Ew m irsi j3SL 85i 11 J HARTFORD EQUITY NOOSE I May be Eelarged to Meet the Demandsfor Pooling Room Owners of House to File Articles- k of Incorporation County Union Meets Jan 6th The recent purchasers of the large tobacco factory here held a meetings in this place Wedneday for the pur organizationSrating the company in conformity with the laws of Kentucky The house is now owned entirely by Equity people and will be used by the A S of E or ganization and tobacco growers who desire to pool their tobacco More esthan two hundred loads of tobacco have been received and many other farmers are waiting until the house force can make room on the very much crowded flowers so they can deliver theirs There is a plan on foot to enlarge the capacity of the house materially and this will probably be done in the near future The county Union of the A S of E meets here Friday Janu ary 5th and in all probability the question of enlarging the Hartford house as well making arrangements- t for more room at other points inn the county will be considered There yet seems to be a few farm era who still persist in selling their- r tobacco outright overlooking or dis regarding the fact that they would get as mutch money advanced to- Il them on pooling tobacco as they were getting for it two years ago at out right sale 7BEDA- e Mrs Lee Chinn Owensboro is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Hon A S Bennett Louisville who has been visiting his parents left for Frankfort Wednesday Owensborot WednesdayIquite ill of heart trouble is better The Xmas treoat No Creek was largely attended and all report a pleasant time Dr S W Crowe has located here and ess we predict for him much suc I The musical given at the home of Ambrose Miller Wednesday eve ing waS enjoyed by a number of our young people Mr Ernest Stewart Evansville spentthe first of the week with his parents Mr and Mrs V G Stewart The A S of E met at the schoolhouse Saturday night with a full at tendenceRev filled his regnlar appointment at Shinkle Chapel Sunday Miss Clara Ellis is the guest of in Owensboro Mr Elwood Ross will leave in the near future for Pleasant Ridge where ty will engage in the drug business Mr L n Sanderfur and family were the guests of Mr Thomas Maple and family Tuesday Mr Will Chamberlan happened to painful accident by getting his burned by Powder last week Ell Crabtree and wife Hartford visited Joe Bennett and wife Sun all Mrs Ben Hudson and children visited Mr Sam Paris and wife from Saturday until Tuesday J W Bennett wife and children j Mrs W C Ashley and daughter i MissMabel and Mrs Lee China owit ensboro were the guests of Mrs S Bennett Monday Peter Shown J W Bennett and t- 1HA Baird went to Owensboro to day with tobacco 4 Notice All members of Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R are requested totJ our next regular meeting January 6th G W BUNGER Commander of Ak i1J 3NEGLECT A COLD Neglected Colds Lead to Consumption Re to bliss Lillian Powell Aurora Ind writes Last spring I caught severe cold from my feet wet and being out In the rain andIn a day I hada most miserable cold but I neglected It thinking It would soon leave me But It hung to me for two weeks when I felt something must be done as my condition was serious I had heard so much about Peruna end In Its praise that I bought a bottle and began taking It regularly I was gratified to find that In a week the cold and cough was broken up and three weeks treatment completely restored my usual good health Lillian Pox ell V Your I RAILROAD Condemnation Against RT Ross Com pleted Yesterday The case of the Hartford Madi sonvllle and Eastern Railroad Com pony against R T Ross involving the right of way for the road bed for the proposed railroad through Ohio county was tried in Ohio Coun Court here this week beginning Tuesday On the calling of the case motions were made by the defend ants attorneys to set aside the or der appointing the commissioners and to quash the report of the com missioners which together with a few other motions of minor impor tance were overruled by the court The argument on these motions and other preliminary proceedings took day Tuesday Wednesday morn ing the attorneys for the defendant made a motion to have the jurors to try the case summoned at least five miles away from points which the proposed road will touch on the that people living nearer than five miles to the road would have such an interest in its construction could not give the defendant a fair trial The motion was overruled and Messrs BS Chamber lin George Barr J W Sanderfur- L D Bennett Joe Robertson and Ed Ashby wore to try case Thq taking of evidence consumed the balance of the day Wednesday Afterabrief argument the case by counsel yesterday f 1 tiofa r How Pretty Miss Powell Was stored by Peruiia getting morning it was given to the jury and after a brief consideration th jury returned into court a verdic- for 1000 the same amount allow ed by the commissioners and refused by Mr Ross The verdict was victory for the railroad company and the cost of the trial will fall on Ross a New Masonic Oftcers At a meeting of the members of Hartford Masonic Lodge held at the hall Wednesday evening the fol lowing officer were elected and in stalled for the coming year W M W S Tinsley Sen Warden C M Crowe Junior Worden C M Ba nett Sec M Bean Treasuer R Holbrook Tyler Chas Campbell Senior Deacon E W Ford Junior Deacon Ernest Ellis I Dec 27Mr and Mrs William Park returned home Tuesday from a Christmas visit with Mrs Parks parents at Henderson Mr Oscar Shults who is attending j School at Lexington came home to spend the holidays with his parents divinityIChristmas with his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Bennett j Mrs Jane Dye of Arkansas is visiting relatives here N 1 Mr Joe Bewley has gone to Hart din county to spend Christmas with t motherMiss Renfrow is spending Dundee t Miss Leija Miller is visiting in Ow J how Develops Kino cases of consumption out of tort occur In this way A person catches cold Tho cold is not properly cured and another cold la cauthttThis cold Is dillyiUlllcd with either by no treatment whatever or somo treat ment that Is Ineffectual and the cold continuesThen cold la caught And a cough develops Cough syrups are re sorted to but they glvo only temporary relief Dy and by tho patient gets tired of taking medicines and cough syrups and gives up in despair Tho cold continues to develop and tho cough grows worse Then the doctor Is called in only to discover that the patient is in the first stages of consumption It was just in this way that Miss Powell of Aurora Ind became sick She caught a cold and not considering f it serious neglected it thinking aa many others do that itwould wear oft However it clung to her tenaciously and in two weeks she found her health in a sorious condition Fortunately Ieruna had been brought to her notice and she took a course of this remedy boforo it was too late In a week tho cough and cold woro broken and a thrco weeks treatment completely restored her to health This IB what Perunn is doing all tho while Not a day and probably not an hour passes in which some one does not have a similar experience with Por ins Cure the Slight Colds and Avoid Consumption- The first step toward consumption is a cold The next step is a failure to cure it promptly The third stop is tho development of catarrh which gradually h becomes chronic Tho fourth step tho catarrh begins to spread from the head to tho throat then to tho bronchial tubes and finally into the lungs It Is then consumption in the first stage Atunytlmo during tho progress of ca tarrh frdlri the first onset of the cold to 1r its final settlement in the lungs Poruna can bo relied upon to stop tho disease 5 If you have taken a cold buy Feruna without delay Ono bottle in the beginning will do more good than A half dozen bottles after the catarrh has fastened itself on the lungs Thousands of Testimonials Wo have on file thousands of testi monials from people who have been cured of catarrh of tho lungs by Poruna We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements we are receiving every month Nootber physician in the world has received such a volume of enthu siastic letters of thanks as Dr Hartmaa for Perunu Ask Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1906 RIGHTOFWAY Proceedings empahnelled Health NARROWS- i Consumption ensboro this week Owensborota He was the guest of Mr J H Mil ler of Dundee Cary gone to Harper Kansas where he hasbought a rich prairie farm Mr Farree Boswell went with Mr Cook sey to Kansas last week and will if he likes the country buy property and move his family there A stone crushing company of Bed ford Indiana will send engineers here Wednesday to locate machinery for willrgive employment to from thirty to forty laborers Morris Bowling died of typhoid fever Monday and was buried Tuesday at the Gentry burying grounds He leaves a wife and one child Austin another Son of Esquire Jas A Bowling is seriously ill of typhoid Mr Willie Mosley and Miss Laura Johnson were married at the resi dence of the brides father Mr T F Johnson Sunday Both are popular young people and have the well wishes of a large circle of friends A strange mishap caused an embar raising delay in performing the ceremony when the young people marched with becoming solemnity into the presence of the minister the smiling divine called on the groom for the legal papers which not being skilled in affairs matrimonial he had left at home A messenger was sent post haste after the necessary papers and the program was com vpleted in the establishedorder H r ta wrt MSf 1 t I i DUELING STILL COMAON At St Pierre and One Man Has Fought Ten Times Chlefau pwo J There is ono place in North Amo- ice where dueling is still common That is St Pierre Miquolon Among otlur practices peculiar to the mother country France is thatof settling j affairs of honor by an appeal to the pistol or the rapier From a recet publication in the Pierrots journal La Vigie The Lookout it is learned that 17 duels have taken place there the last four years or an average of one ovary three months In 10 of these M Paul Louis Legasso the fishery merchant who represents the little colony in the French chamber at Versailles has figured as a principal It is evident therefor- that he lives a strenous and dangerous life though as nobody has ever I been seriously wounded in these encounters the peril must be less than would appear at first sight The little town has only 6500 and what may be termed its aristocracy is very limited M Legasse who is the leading fishery outfitter owning over GO vessels that ply on the Grand Banks and whose wealth far exceeds that of any competitor in the place has to find his adversaries among the officials who conduct the administration or among the candidates who contest his seat when the biennial elections take place His latest duell was with M Cap eron the retiring Chief Justice of the little colony Between the two K there had been a feud since last sum j mer when 11 Legasse being charged with complicity in some alleged marine scandal was arrested bor der of this Judge bail being refused until M Legasses friends appealed by cable to the Minister of Justice in Paris who ordered his release M Legasse being unable to insist upon a meeting while II Caperon was ac tually holding his exalted office had to wait until his transfer to another post was ordered Then he proptly challenged the Chief Justice They fought with pistols at 45 paces but neither was hit M Legasses pre vious important duel was with M Dumont a Creole from St Pierre Martinique all of whose relatives were killed by the tragic explosion of Mt Pelee 11 Dumont who is i a lawyer ran against M Legasse fo deputy in the election and interest attached to his candidac because many of his follows advocated the annexation of the island tof the United StatesIIt was an outcome of some violent language that the LegasseDumont duel took place Previous appearances of 11 Legasse on the field of honor were made with other officials and with one of our two rivals in the commercial line Officers of the gendarmerie on the island and the f naval squadron which gathers there every summer figured in some of these affairs To cure a cold when you have n- ocoughto cure a cough when you have no coldto cure yourself when you have both take Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar The new idea the original and only genuine Laxative cough syrup Remember I the name Kennedys and see that the red clover blossoms is on I the carton Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros I Caste in The Suburbs Did Uuflington marry some one of his own station I No an Oisonhurst lady The next station out you know No Secret About itlIt i no secret that for cuts burns ulcors fever sores sore eyes boils etc tiling is so effective as Puklcn V x rnica Salvo It didnt take i ij to cure a bad sore I had j rnjitisiill 0 K for sore eyes mitts D L Gregory ofjHope Tex iw at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug St01eIA Bit Doubtful No he said Im not sure vhfJier iy wifes Christmas gift to mat was meant to please me or to I ji humble my pride What did she give you I She had a crayon portrait of me made by an amateur artist A Bad Scare- S eat day you will get a bad scare vhrr I a pain in ybur bowelsi and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases as such a headache bilious ness costiveness etc Guarrnteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug sotre only 2oc Try them j 1IMftENSE OCTOPUS Attacked Two Fishermen an 1Tried To Sink Their Boat Itrhl 5o S rwJ Here is a true story of an octopus not the kind that has its headquarters in New Jersey Two fisher ermen were plying their vocation off Great Belle Island Conception coactlt j distance from them a dark shape j less mass floating at a distance on the surface of the water Conclud thecargo of some wrecked vessel they approached it anticipating a valua ble prize and one of them struck the object with his boathook Upon receiving the shock the dark heap heI- e came suddenly animated and spreading out uncovered a head I with a pair of large prominent starring eyes which seemed to gleam with intense ferocity the creature at the same time exposing to view and opening its parrotlike beak with an apparently hostile and ma lignant purpose The men were petrified with terror and for a mo ment so fascinated by the horrible sight that they were powerless to make a move to defend themselves Before they had time to recover their presence of mind the monster now but a few feet from the boat suddenly shot out from around its head several long fleshy arms grap pling with them for the boat and seeking to invelop it in their folds Only the two longest of these arms reached the craft and owing to their great length went completely over and beyond it Seizing his hatchet with a desperate effort one of the men succeeded in severing these limbs with a single well deliv ered blow and the creature finding itself worsted immediately disap peared beneath the waters leaving in the boat its amputated members- as a trophy of the encounter One of the arms was unfortu Stately destroyed before its value was known but the other when brought to St Johns and examin foundrto measure no less than 19 feet The dey feet more left attached to the monsters body The story is pre served in the proceedings of the British Zoological Society WVNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant manager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope COOPER Co 21t10 132 Lake Street Chicago 111 UPIWITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable newsIpaperscures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after of i I nent kidney and blad d r soeclallst and Is curlnglametiles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst orm of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you nted It has been tested prlvaleiso every case that a special arrangement has been by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling r rj raout SwampRoot and how to find out II you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and KllmerCoBlng1h years byDr made regular fifty cent and nome of swampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists rememberIlheBinghamtonNY t V A WAGNER ANECDOTE HIMV llu Slimvoil lilt toy nt n Pnr nlfiil HcliPiirKiil- Tho following nnoedoto of Vngucr Is phtulstI cuniMMcr of 1arslfal persona II Wagner was always more tir leis self conscious says licUvimiier nn only at ram liiturralM dltl iiIN frlenils see hut In mumU that could bo telh I IiiltnldIntlc nltuatlon and I never sbiijl forget It It wall nt a roluiuMiil of far slfal The pirden SCPIIO hud Just bewi iilnilral ly sting and dancod whoa upon WaguiT In his oxubcrant joy hugged and kissed the artlsii RIll I then quire biMlile himself gnt djiwn of i all fours and barked like a dog con eluding ids exhibition by throwing hN legs in the air cud balancing bliiim t 1011 his hond At this Interesting moment IJwst nUll sevecnl of its pupils lueludlng myself walked on the stage Quick as 111 flash Liszt who always pluyinl the role of Wagners self constituted do fender sold grimly Well if thats a plsr its the hardest ono In the world 0alhf we our mirth but the effort was not wholly successful I ilrmly believe however j that Wagner himself was secretly pleased at the sensation for which lie was responsible Harpers TRADEIADVERTISED THEIR Cnlllncr of rrnfrmiliitiiil Men Once Told by Their llrriipi 1rofessloiial men do sonic thing better than they used to droned an attorney who doesnt practice It ho can help ItIThat Is he went on to explain professional men dont do some thing they once dud Stud I think theyre the better for It There was u time when I was growing up when they advertis ed their calling by mean of their dress You uuld pick out n clergy man nil far ns you could see him and It wits muck the sauce with lawyers Nowadays preachers and pleaders wear raiment which makes them look like prosperous business men or high toned sports aud they stem to be more approachable nail companionable whether they are or riot But the greatest change In this re spect has taken plnce among the phy sicians not so much their clothes per Imps as their manner I can remember when the old fashioned doctor entered a sickroom you felt that the jig was up even It you were suffering from noth lug more serious than a scratched ear and you were sorry you hadnt ltd a better life Hed tiptoe In with a face that reached from Ills forehead to his knees clear his throat whisper to moth er take out hIs watch feel for your pulse anti gaze glooally Into IlueethoIspacleit farthest away Then hed whisper to mother nllllIIwrite a prescription nut steal Is there no hope I used to ask mothlrJIoweprns I said tbats nil gone by Theyre cheerful and breezy when they appear an odor of fresh air and maybe the smell of a cigar are clinging to them and they laugh at your tears and talk out loud Tints n sight better than medicine in most cases The trouble is I dont often have the luck to be ill lately 1rovldeneo Journal TROT OR GALLOP A Problem For People With Eren Vtrr Sharp Eye Hero U n problem for people with sharp eyes As we all know n horse whom walking or trotting advances only one leg of each pair nt n time but when galloping lifts both forefeet to ether and then both hind feet oIthe question IH how other animals mail age this matter The birds of course j lap both wings together but which birds run and which hop We human I beings trot when we walk Stud gal lop when wo swImthat Is If we are using tho plain breast stroke The dog however trots for both owlo I tho amphibious animals tbc seals ot ters anti the restswIm like men or llko other tune tooted creatures Then there are the fish Ono would ruttier expect that as they move their tails from Hide to side they would Hap alternately with tho fins which are their hands and feet Who can tell whether they do or not and whether nil fish at all times follow otto rule By the way how does a frog use Its lands The great anatomist K tiny Lankestcr has pointed out that while tho thousand legs such as our com mon galloyworm advance two feet of a pair together the centipede which are much llko them do exactly the opposite and the swimming worms also alternate the stroke of each pair of paddles Few people cult tell on which system limo caterpillar manages Its dozen or so legs or whether tho adult Insect walks trots pates or gallops on Its six How does tho spider use eight Altogether this Is n largo ileld for observation a Held too where nay one may discover new facts as yet unrecorded and thus add to tho store of knowledge The Breathing Earth That the earth breathes Is a well known scientific fact It Is often to bo verified by that peculiar earthy smell which arises Immediately utter u thunderstorm tho lowering of the barometric pressure causing the flow upward of air just as It Is once mono squeezed downward when tho barometer rises A resident of Geneva dis covered a natural barometer at Fer uey Voltaire It Is a deep natural well or cave with a very small opening When this opening Is made small enough just to lit a whistle tho differ cut sounds as the earth Inhales or ex i tt hates the nit warn tho m lii1mr3 of tlw coining weather A lighted match or a feather shows the direction of the low as well It Is said to bo an excellent weather prophet The Inn Itnler I Lower California In the home of n species of llzurd which appears tit ho- I at least n second eotiHln of the famed ilia monnlor It Is of n mottled ye1 low nut brown rotor awl only about tlfteen Incites long The natives of that region have given I tho terrible name i of man enter bpcnusu It has a habit of attacking ovary human being It sees IIOtiIotteal snake jCHINESE PHILOSOPHY Snnu of tlu CUvcr Kiilmiinm of UK It Iii1 taut i1latrcry phllOMopby shows that Ilio thhiuse im very thoughtful Here ore a few tiiecmen Tlio hest and strongest man In the world ihuls that he rnnnot eseain the two vonU Nu continuance Iliipptiiw Oil sists In n medium station When you nro sitting quietly and alone think of your faults when conversing with others do not talk of the faults of others Correct yourself on the sumo principle that you correct other nail cciiKt others on the same principle that you excuse yourself lit who requires touch from hiin clf and little front otters will keep himself from be ing tho object of resentment He who pursues a stag rcpirdn nut bares A gem cannot be polished without friction or a matt perfected without ad versity The gods cannot help a man who ln es opportunities The Chinese call a harmless blusterer a paper tiger timid compare n man overestimating himself to n nit falling Into n scale Stud weighing Itself Over doing n thing Is a hunchback making n bow You have only to watch their story and fortune tellers In the streets to see that the Chinese are natural orators You can see that by their gestures even If you do not understand what they say They use very apt Illustrations From John Chinaman at ionic by E J Hardy MEMORY OF TURTLES Injr Tltelr IKU ilniiKl In the snore 1laee Venr After Yenr During tho summer months from IIYIpossibly hundreds of miles and If un disturbed will land within n few yards of the same place year after year They crawl up the beach In the night nUll make their nest iu the sand Just above high water mark I have watch ed them from behind a sandhill but n few feet away They dig the hole with their bind flippers Stud after covering It over first tilling It with eggs they will go a few feet and make another place I al ways thought as a blind for one looks Just like the other They lay each month usually during the high tides of that mouth beginning In May and ending In August from DO to 183 eggs During the summer I found nnd brought Into camp 7j eggs I put sonic lu the sand near our cutup unit In twentyseven days the top eggs hitched the rest III three days more The little turtles would dig out raise their little heads and sniff the air n moment then start for the river 100 yards away It was always n mystery to me how a turtle could find the same place on the shore when a short distance out at sea It all looks alike Just sandy ridges with scrub palmetto and coarse grass Forest and stream OUTWITTED THE BOERS llliiMlcK Clever Seliemp to Avnlil Olv lug the Enemy Information Lord Harris tells an Interesting story of how Colonel Frank Ithodcs outwit ted the floors It concerns tin relief of Mafeklng As Colonel Mahoti ap proached Mafcklug from the south Colouel Ilumor was approaching It from the north and Colonel Million re ceived the following questions front Colonel Plumer by heliograph First What Is your strength Second How mutiny guns have you Third How are you off for stores and provisions Colonel Million would not allow any answer to be sent for fear of tho Doers trapping It on the way until Colonel Frank Ithodes suggested the foUowltig replies which were approved The key Is littached In brackets Naval aud military multiplied by ten The num ber of the Navy null Military club lu Piccadilly Is 04 multiplied by ten ap proximate their strength of 10001 As many ns there are boys lu the Ward family Lord Dudley nUll his broth ersColonel Mahim protested ns regards this that there would be no one who would know but Colonel Rhodes as sure him that Colonel Weston Tarvls who was with Colonel IMumcr would be sure to Olllotr commanding Ninth lancers Colonel Little known ns Small Little The answers were received and cor rectly decoded Wtiero It IlcluIIrdCAn amateur mitted n story to a magazine waited for several weeks without hearing from the editor concerning It Finally she sent him a note requesting nn early decision because as she said she hind other Irons In the fire Shortly after came tho editors reply Dear Madam I have read your story aud I should advIse you to put It with the other IrouslIlIrpers Weekly FORGING ANTIQUITIES Even iiirrtn Trlckril In Dlxtln KiiUliliitr Item front UK Simrlou Dr Oliver Tuiihs In the Outlook Mai nzlut shows the illltUuliIcfl of tai + a1 i gushing real from spurious limit igmitcs lucre l one of lib anecdotes j At tlmow the former in couteui t Mke ancient fragments of awient ais ar statuettes with coinpleli them with llaIor phiBtur of pnrta Those new i wnnw lie thou puiuts up anil pnsea to lute uimnpeethuc nut MiinetliiiuK 11I pcctlny juivnsw as real miilqici The s f a former 111 AlhciM that he j r i tltit vheu ho mud liIshed improving tin antique ho hiself could not always tell where lUo oIJnlltuny not WOll ut even experts Still tricked Tint following incident shown how j forgeries turn tip lu very imex Micd places Ono hot day it imrty of us were tolling up it steep nscwit In the Maud of Melos when wo saw above us a number Of Greeks soatwl on a parapet of runty Wo hnil been erulnlng lout enough among till jKgean Islands to know that tinso pooplo of tho place hud sera our ship drop iimhor lu the water below nnd wore now waiting to sell us antiquities At tin sight of these Greeks ono of our number a tlreltws Scotch ouun scrambled nhoiid of iw to the top whero wo iimld soon set tier wind blown Stud outlined npilift tholluo sky bargaining for n IKII When wo ronched the top utter a Immure leisurely climb she put hor purchase In my hands and asked 1110 whist I thought of It Sly Lauds wer moist with per Fplrntlou from the Ixertlou uf till Illm It aunt for alisrur to her ipiostlon I held them out to her nil blackened from grasping tho vase The sweat lint at lacked tho modern paint with which It was covered cud by thus iomhii off on my hand the color hind betrayed its falsity Tho whole vuse hud been patchtHl up from nix or seven piece Stud then painted over to conceal toe repalrlnjf Mrrrlx n Trifle I suppose your late uncle didnt fall to remember you In his will said the sympathetic friend You could hardly call It n remem brance replied the pour relation It was more like a faint recollection Cldcago News True tn 4lir SnylnK All the worlds n stage quoted one misanthrope Yw replied another nod Its the name old story A lot o ellen thats cut out fer supers Is tryln ter star Ilrrnm Kstrnvnunnrr Dont tho Ilhhtl ell live beyond their Income Decor me why they live beyond the Income they wish they IUIIIIlte Isyche was the first ICnellfh opera It wan prodiicoil III 11t7- 3nheourni lti f- At time close of an iidilress during nn electioneering campalKii In Irulaud questions were invited A man wits making for tho platform whet be ret ceived a whack over the head with n stick He was Htuniied anti had to be carried out meld an uproar When or der was restored the chairman rose and blandly asked In thero nay other gentleman who would like to ask a question Needless to say there wits not CurlmlCy- Irato Inrent who ins been tryIng to satisfy Johns curiosity on every known subject under the sunNow Johnnie It you ask me nnothrr question Ill whip you on the spot Johnnie whose iiudy lug curiosity overcomes even the dread of punishment Wbwhwhat spot papa inn AilrnndtKr First Man How do you do Second Man Nejj pardon but you Lore the advantage of me First Man Yes I guess 1 have Wo were engaged to the slime girl but you married herPIIIsI burg IUratch All affectations of knowledge art more odious than any lack of knowl 111 can bo Sprat Every kind of blind bleeding itch ing or protruding Piles or piles by whatever name or nature are relieved by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The pain can not be too severe for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo to relieve it instantly and theI piles can not be too obstinate for DeWitts to cure them permently Get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros p Sheriffs Sale By Virtue of Execution No 2210 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of New Spencer Medicate Company against J FI Hick I or one of my deputies will Monday the first day in January 1906 between the hours of one oclock P 11 and four P M at the Courthouse door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis fy plaintiffs debt interest and cost towitA or parcel of land in Ohio County Kentucky on the wulor of No Creek and hounded as follows Beginning a walnut hickory ami two sugar truss Alexander Barnett North wrat corner thence N 1 E S8 poles to tt atone near n hickory and dogwood II Woodwards cor nor thence S 85 E fiOl poles to a white oak thence Nlll E 21 J poles to a stone near the Sillenger Mills road thence with said road S 89 E 53 poles to a stone thence S10 W 1114 poles to u stone in Alexander Banietts old line thence with said line N 8r W 95 poles to the begin ncrCInn aero on of the Hnwesville road and the site of the prctont graveyard the same being onethird interest in tho afore said tract of land subject to the homestead right of the defendants mother Mary Ann Hicks and being the same land convoyed to Daniel Hicks father of defendant by J C Crabtree May 19th IS8J by deed of officeDecddeath of said Daniel Hicks said land tillIone own same Levied upon as the property of 1 F Hecks Terms Sale will bo made on a credit of three months bond with hearinginterested per annum from date of sale and having the force and effect of n sale hoed Witness my hand this lllth day of December 1905 J2UJ ri 1 KIOWN S 0 C By IKimv KKOWV D S- ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS GENTRflL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opcaates the best of trains with Dining Cars andSleepingLouis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching the Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 271904 Gulfport is a Mexico Gulf Cost resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service New Orleans and the ocean liner twinscrew nineteenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednes day at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Fridry morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Cars without change Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping JacksonvilluIlanta Mexico California Special tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspicies of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mexico and California the last to include a stopover at New Orleans for the Mari Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullman with dining car service Facinating trips complete inV every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions- to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and Srqfran cisco as follows Via New Orleans j FrIdayfromCincinnati and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago I Full particulars coecerning all of thjIllinoisof by addressing the either of the undersigned Jos BIGOS D P A Cincinnati LouisvjlleJNOI 1r r4rns 4 I TREAENDOUR EFFECTS Will Result From Investigation- in Life Insurance Companies What id the policy holder going to jrct out of it Is there going tc bo nny material bonuftt in the pre sent any safeguard for the future to the countless thousands of men mid women who have pain their money into the big life insurance companies as a result of the legisla tive investigation mid the startling revalations that have been dragged from the lipsof unwilling witnessed These questions the Inquirer put today to the ruin bust able to an saver them Charles E Hughes tine lawyer whose relentless and almost wixanliiko questioning hae unmask etl a state of nlFnrit that has stirretl tIll flimncinl and political world to a constant troment of explanations that do not always explain While it would not bo proper to forecast the report thecommittee which will shortly be prepared for presentation It can safely predicted that the result will be of incalculable benefit to the policy holder We hone the ultimate result will bo owwtructlve The exhibition of iibufos lord only been U step It wan neccfflry to exnibit them in order to correct them The work of the committee has not been destructive except so for as it will bedeatructivo of abuses It has not hit at life insurance It has merely exposed the abuses that have grown up in life insurance to the end that they might be cor reeled for all time to gems hats sutnc1ent public sentiment been aroused to insure the passage of corrective legislation The effect has been tremendous not only here but allover the world We nave really done something to awaken the conscience af the Amer ian people Entirely apart from legislation we have aroused a spirit that seers to give hope that the American people have come into their own In the future they will demand better standards in bothour financial mad political allairs Mr Huges paused- I do not want to appear oracu lar and I would prefer others to speak he added but I may say I have been impressed with the let ten that are pouring in from nil over the Union They all show that the American people demand that corporate business hereafter be con ducted squarely and with a clean balance sheet It docs not make any difference how men cloak themselves what their wealth or position may bo the people now demand that they show a clean set of book The people who in the future achieve what we call success must show clean hands and methods that will stand investi gation Frankly I believe new ideals have been created and the American peo ple are coming into their own Doafnos Cannot bo Curod by locol applications as they canno reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Enstachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Inperfect hear ing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cure by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir cularsfree F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Shocked the Hello Girl IQoohamITve FaTlrlUJ We heard a good joke the other r day on a certain newspaper man who lives about 16 miles east of Bonham who was an innocent party to the affair consequently there cant be any harm in giving it to our readers The said newspaper man was sitting fn his office alone smok ing when he had occasion to use his hf 4 ra fT eyer trf i t- N A r telephone He arose laid the cigar he was smoking on a chair and took down the receiver Just as he lifted tho receiver a friend stepped into into the oflice and started to sit down in the chair Not realizing the operator could hear what he was say lug and just as she was about to say Number please in her sweetest tones the editor yelled Look out there Youll burn your pants Communication between him and central was at once cut off and about half an hour later the manager called and demanded an explanation Ills explanation was satisfactory to the manager but central refused to comforted beI There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting what yon oat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Dyspepsia Cure digests what you wit and affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne GrilUn Bro RAISING Of Money Orders Will Soon Be a Bygone Occupation The Government has hit upon a scheme to reduce to a minimum the raising of money orders and if busiI ness people generally exercise mere ly ordinary precaution there is no reason why they should be cheated out of very much in cashing money orders for strangers in the future The idea lies in a new form of money order a batch of which was for the first time put into use in tho local postoflicc recently The maximum limit of a money order is as always 100 In the past if an order for 25 cents were secured an expert could raise it to within a few cents of 100 and have it cashed From now on those who secure money orders will notice on the lefthand margin num erals running up to 100 The highest number shown indicates the highest amount for which the order may be issued For instance if an order is issued originally for 1550 the highest numerals on the lefthand margiu will be 20 indicating that even if the order is raised it cannot go beyond this and therefore the manipulator will only get a very few dollors for his trou- bleConsumption q There is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions of people throughout the goodhealth I flj From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver rtoil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous tj We will send you a sample free II Be sure that this picture in the form of a libel ti on the wnp per of every bottle of Emulo you buy Scott Bowne- Chemuts 409 PearrStreet New York jc njflitldrorlici PRECOCIOUS INDIANA Voted For President Before Sbe Was Admitted Into the Union IInrttonICtiitriint1 Monday was the eightyninth anniversary of Indianas admission tc the Union and the occasion recallsI the fact that Indiana has the unique distinction of having voted for Pres ident before it became a member oi the family of Slates In June 1810 Indiana adopted a state constitution but was not admitted to the UnionI until December 11 In the mean time on November 1 the first Leg islature met at Cordon Indianians have been precocious from the first and the members of this Legislature had no thought of letting a little i matter like the fact that what they called the State was not really o State interfere with their voting for James Monroe and Daniel D Tompkins for Ptesident and Vicu President respectively As the In dianapolis News which tells the story puts it Indiana politicians wanted to get in on the ground floorOn November 11 exactly a month before Indiana was admitted to the Union the legislature adopted a joint resolution That it was expe dient to provide at this time for tho election of three Electors to vote for President and Vice President of the United States of America at the ensuing Presidential election This was approved by the Governor and two days later Jesse S HolmanGon eral Joseph Bartholomew and Thos II Blake were chosen Electors by the Legislature this being the method in all the States at that time While these Electors were chosen before the State was admitted their vote was not cast until a few days NaitioState finally won the decision Dying of Famine is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of consumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Mdafter trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly ond perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free pThe First Mention of Cooks And Moses spake unto his wife Zipporah and said What didst thou with these Ten Commandments which I did write and give unto thee And Zipporah was a tremble for she perceived that her lord was en raged and she said unto him Molly Moses I gave them unto the servant to keep and she hath broken them for did I not find them hidden on a shelf of the rock And Moses went out and slammed the door Hugo Task It was a hugh task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease as that of C F Collier of Cherokee Ia but Electric Bitters did it He writes My Kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and sufF eres from dreadful backache head ache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kid neys liver or stomach Guaranteed bye Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist price 60c Sunflower Pbllosapby A mothers willingness to make sacrjficesfor her children inclades her soninlaw but afathersdoesnt- We have noticed that the woman who has only one child to brag about takes up more time at it than the woman who has nine It is the married man who has to pay the most for everything at this seasop even to getting caught un der the If an mistletoeIsented ion an occ wpuld have been reforms in under I Je takers bills centuries ago If a man has a weak stomach the chopchopchop in the chopping bow I at that season sounds like the clod when they fall on a coffin When a girl wears her mothers dress to get married in her fathe has to be a uretty rich man if the woman charge it up to sentiment instead of to economy What a pity it is people do not re gird the bad stories they hear as im portant to be kept secret as the na ture of the bundles they are carrying home at this season Talk to any man and you will fine that he still cherishes a hatred foi the person who offered up his nam at prayer meeting when he was a boy years ago- DeWitts Witch Haze Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boil bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Zikefoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter lw white swelling so bad that piece nf ter piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the best healing Salve in the world Beware oi counterfeits Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 1C Bros THE UNDER MARRIAGE Wedding Customs and Frolics That Prevail In 1101 land In Holland two weeks before a marriage takes place cards are tent out declaring that the banns have been published This is called an under marriage The card also announces when the final marriage is to take place The wedding it self is a small affair and the civil marriage is the only one recognized by law A church wedding is usually looked upon as a concession to either fashion or sentimentality and is called a consecration of the mar riage The couple enter the church behind the family members bridesmaids and other attendants They are shown to seats before the whole assembly and the clergyman comes in with two witnesses long af ter the others have been seated He first makes a prayer then delivers a sermon on a suitable text which usually brings the bride to tears After that the couple are married Then a hymn is sung and the blessing given The whole occupies about an hour and a quarter Before leaving the church a huge Bible is pre sented to the bridegroom During the two weeks of waitinjr between the under marriage and the real marriage all the wedding festivities take place The happy couple are literally surfeited with dinner balls and theater parties and all manner of practical jokes are played on the pair At the dinner toasts innumer able are given and at each the whole company rises from the table to soundand touch glasses with the bride and groom who never rise Among their friends the idea is not to allow the couple a night of sleep if possible before the wedding day If your digestion is bad the vita organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak arid invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forget you have a stomach from the day you begin taking it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Natural Inqniry- I had a cousin who was in one position for thirtyfour years and began High Spray Holdin a Goverment job or playin a game of chess inquired the Old Codger in his usual grim way Jo Consumptives The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and alt throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as eSiringthe1prescription Wilson Brooklyn NewYork J2yr n uu The Kind You Have Always Bought anti which Las been i in uso for ocr 30 years has borne tho signature of and been uindo his per sonal supervision since lufancy one deceive you All Counterfeits Imitations nml Justasgood are hut Experiments that trlllo with mill endanger time health off Iiifuuts anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORiA Cnstoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NnrcoUe substance Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worms and allays Fevcrlslmcss cures Diarrhoea and Wiud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJ Bears tho Signature of4Q r The KM Your Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CIKTAUR COMPANY TT MUHHAT THIIT New YOU CITY at i 1 i FWJI rj i = v I I I I I Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Ileriinte It ciirm cntnpletrljr at once It reilerestbepnhgeof n living death All of IULQllh cnrcil hl n nnclrnl operation hut would re abet han Pelee cured without the knife IIAKIUS IOSITIVK 1IIECCIin wllldolt Mndeouly byth IeltchnclJ rbannaciilCo sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I r I I I I I a M W V Y u ao WINTER TERM Begins Sanus9ry 2ndare preparing to enroll that time Are you com ing If not why notOUR SUCCESSDepends largely on how you answer this question You will find no to begin and find no to attend OUR ENROLLMENTH- as increased 250 per centoverthat last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new and wonderful sys tem of CHARTIERS ELECTRIC SHORTHAND the only sys tern that can be read like print and written with ease and speed Only ten simple rules can be learned in one days time I The average student completes this course In twelve weeks time IF YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING wp have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined I course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand is a sure drawing card for your success Will have the pleasure of seeing you or hearing from you I OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OwotiHboro Kentucky WN fliN1AA W ON YOUR HUNTING TRIPIlearo to Meaperv ItdI the STEV UN41J W CAM SOT CJHJ Vtuii e RIFLES from 215 to 15000 PISTOLS from 260 to 6000 SHOTGUNS froze 750 to 5600- Akyandederemlela mI CoTttaryg 11u onour mete bated auto nnolrtliln tlHp nlnl ll 5110TII O tKlttrfUellMtrfll Muted fnftU upon mtlpt of fatfcrrtnUldUnptto ciulof telrt com potti jOo Our fcttmtlvt thrw olcr Atumlnom ltnctf will be Rut aoywhttf fur lo ccftti U lump J STEVENS Awns AND TOOL 00P OOoe 4M Chicopee Fast Mui U5 L Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance lAversPill I Want your moustache or beard abeautlfal town 6r rlchblack Use has unilcr Its Allow no to la this goric It It It noil rnes you ocI For Many at better school of we Low One Wy Colonist Rater IViaBig Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and intermediate territory TIckctM on Solo Melt I to May IS I For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned J LYNCH 0 P ft TA- ClnelooattIWA1ItEN Ohio 8 J GATES General AntI JonTllle Kj The great rule O f health Keep the bowels regular II neeAyers BUCKINGHAMS DYE run QL Ot E QQJltlOI L t a1LLA oolUIII1I LL t ItR L t rHartford Republican leeI l by the llnrtfonl Inlllnlilos Company JXCORPOJUVKD C I HUIUIttUr ES =rsxoxrsa Cumbrln 531ouh 1r FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 I Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us FARTHER time will next Monday I introduce to us another year CAN the Hartford Herald figure out when another year after 1905 will have 53 Sundays in it ANYone desiringtoknow when another year will have 53 Sundays in it should consult the scientist the Hartford Herald fi TilE moral standard would probably be raised a few notches if bull- fightingj should be substituted for t hazing at Annapolis tanTilE fact that more million children work in American factories probably gave rise to the song Ev crybody Works But Father AcconniNG her of Sec lasIt and child IT IS rumored that Mrs Robt Fitz simmons has deserted her husband rs since his defeat by OBryan She evidently thinks his day of usefulness is past and she passes like wise IT now develops that a million toil- he insufficient for the construction of the Kentucky State Capitol The legislature at its coming session will be asked to appropriate 100000 more CHAKLES B EATONof Winchester is being severely condemned in mass meetings for announcing that he will support Judge Paynter for the U S Senate in preference to J S C Blackburn IT is said that Judge Hargis assassin in chief of Breathitt county is a pious member of the church o a leading denomination He prob I ably did as he dn pleased in the matter of joining advertiseci ter received four thousand s the same day That showed how badly four thousand New York women needed work GOSSIP has it that Secretary Taft made the match between the Presi dents daughter and Congressman Longworth Which if true that the Secretarys showsI practically unlimited AN exchange pauses to remark I What has become of those animals that a few years ago were going up and down through the country froth ing at the mouth like a calf pumped t full of soapsuds and yelling 16 to 1 at f every other breath We have not seen one of these critters in many moons SENATOR S C BLACKHURN i making a great hellaballoo be cause two letters addressed to at Frankfort were by mistake plac ed inJC W Beckhams mail and opened by him He has even gone to the extent of filing charges with Postmaster General Cortelyou asking that an inspector be sent to Frankfort to probe the matter DURING the 116 years that th United States has existed as a na tion there have been but few White House brides Miss Alice Roosevelt being the sixth Her predecessors were Miss Martha Monroe Elizabeth Tyler Miss Nellie l1issI niece of President Hayes and Frances Folsom Grover Cleveland t is the only President married in the executive mansion JUDGE MILLER has caned the old board of Magistrates to meet in ex tra session Saturday December 30 for the purpose of receiving the re ports of road and bridge commis i unIableportance of the eld board of Magis trates receiving the reports of the I I various road and bridge commis J sioners that necessitates an extra I session at considerable expense tel the county The new board of Magistrates will convene three days la ter January 2 and we see no reason why the reports might not have been made then and saved the cost of an extra session There may however be reasons of which we do not know UNCLE JOE CANNON the uniqu- and much admired Speaker of th present House of Iteptesentntives says that notwithstanding that many people believe the country is fast going to the devil fast becoming a monarchy and will cease soon to be a republic it is clear to him that this country is better today than it ever was in its history and that th people are more honest more moral and less disposed to yield to tempta tions that are placed before honest men at every turn More good is done everybody will concedeso also it is practically unanimously agreed that more evil exists than in former years but it must not be forgotten that there are vastly more people to do both good and evil and the mature master of affairs such as Un cle Joe Cannon can readily detect the predominance of good Drop by drop the offensive discharge J caused by Nasal Catarrh falls i from the back of the noso into the throat setting up an in flammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bron chitin The certain national cure fo amnI the relief that follows even the first applicatian cannot by told in words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 5G Warren Street New York ICANE RUN Dec 26Miss Prudie Ford who is attending school at Hartford is the guest of her parents Ira Daniel and wife of Olaton were the guests of Mrs Daniels grand parents Mr and Mrs C V Christian near this place Monday Miss Lou Hoover of Friedaland left today for Oklahoma where she will teach school Nattie White closed a successful school at Whiteoak last Friday Isaac Christian who is attending school at Hartford is the guest off his parents this week H C Wilson and wife of Ten nessee are the guests of relatives near this place Estill Haley wife and daughter Golda were the guests of their friends Mr and Mrs John flyers Sunday Miss Ethel Bean of near Beaver Dam is the guest of Miss Ola Wil sonMr Bradley of Rosine visited his daughter Mrs Christian Monday Mrs Bettie Wilson of hors Branch attended the birthday din ner of Miss Sudie Brown near Sa ism today Hartford Mill Company will sell you Golden Rod Flour at 5 per barrel smaller portions at same rate no better Flour on earth p Thesm hundredIon with all the necessary frills and embroidery on either side of him sat Hans and filer Capn opposite him satthe great question mark of the Court House ring and Tom I mys Xmas was sweet indeed II II beforee the Great White Throne and heard his sentenceto live forever on endless ScrofulaI- s very often acquired though generally Bad hygiene foul air impure water are among its causes foriallowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take roo- tHoodsSarsaparilla Removes every trace oil scrofula Get Hoods i For testimonials of remarkable lames tend for Book on Scroftila No I ft L Hood Co Lowell Maws AyerstoaOl You can hardly find a home A without its Ayers Cherry i Pectoral Parents know what ft breakseY Cherry fi Pectoralup a cold in a single night wards oflbronchitisprcrentsp- neumonia Physicians ad- hand vise parents to Keep iron bare1children uothhuriCvflRLU Sarntngblad KctetlM 1 C AVKB TO All 1011 drnullUfor Throat Lungs Pills old tho Chorry Pectoral In brooking up a cold- i plaits of bottlfs whose contents had fled pronounced He fell down and wept for his punishment was bearI St PC ter with a largo framed irises in hit hand One side of the glass was hidden by n preparation of quick silver Looking into the other Hooligan saw a familiar looking- r four footed animal with a very hoarse voice and long ears Lie Ragland heard iris name spoken by the gowipers and the per spiration stood out on his forehead in great beads and his hair stood per pendiculnr to the horizon for he thought that he really cared Will Barnes found the bottle in his sock but in his hurry Santa Claus had put the neck downwardand alas the cork was out When he dis covered this he exclaimed 0 the perversity of fortune O the misery I have suffered Would that I had died inmy youth And the next day his hair showed the silken touch of premature age The Hon S Claus left with Ches ter Keown a minature William Goat with long beard and big horns When Chester shows it to to his friends they all laugh but Chester cannot see the joke Uncle Mose Ragland awoke not from his peaceful slumbers but a splendcd vision came to him He saw a scroll bound in gilt and gold and lofted and mellowed with a halo of light on which was written Well done thou good and faithful servant eYance Mosely saw a four legged andeher name was Maud- E SI Woodward saw a slender graceful figure with white wings dark silken hair black eyes and a voice low as of other worlds hover over his pillow like a Katydid over the sweet scented onion blossom He attempted to speak and exclaimed What you said you said you said And he awoke and found herin his head James SI DeWeese heard the rus tie of wings and forthwith conclud ed he was in heaven He did not look for the Lord of Hosts he was content to to gaze with rupture and wonear on the Queen He could see her golden hair soft brown eyes and smile of peurest rav serene Here he awoke and did not swear because he reminded himself of Job r Sam A Anderson dreamed that Lee Simmermam had joined the Y M C A and become a reformer that he had a letter from Simmer man written the day afterthe night before and this is the way it read My thoughts they were serious and sober As the leaves that were crisped and sear And I said that the month was Oc tober And the very worst night in thee year That I journeyed I journeyed to Moses And took my last bottle of beer It is hoped Mr Anderson will survive the nervous shock produced by this unearthly dream RENDERi to Hop w 1rt kinsville last Wednesday John T Hocker went to Owens boro last WednesdnyIJ H was here last Wednesday J H Brown of Central City was here last Thursday I J P Stevens of Beaver Dam was here last Friday j I Otha Miller of Taylor Mines was here lust Friday I Jno Hoskins and Carl Robinson were in Rockport Friday I I Hardin Burden went to Owens boro last Saturday to remain over Xmas Prof and Mrs V SI Mosoley went to Pellvillc last Saturday to re main over Sam XmasIlast Saturday Mr and Sirs Po 0 Baker went to Louisville last Saturday to spend Xmas with Sir und Sirs II L Baker j Simon Stephens went to Central City last Saturday to spend Xmas with his parents Sir and Sirs Jas Stephens Otha Brown of Linton Ind came in last Sunday to pond Xmas with his best girl R N Allen went to Olaton last SundnIMiSt Mary Poter returned to her home in Olaton yesterday after vis iting her sister Mrs P 0 Allen for the put two weeks i Joe Jahn went to Owonsboro to1 day I Sam Filmore spent Xmas in Cen tral City Hartford College OLD RELIABLE WELL ESTABLISHED- It has educated more successful men and women than any similar in stitution in this part of the StatlITHIRD TERM OPENS JANUARY IS 190G TRAINING OF TEACH ERS A SPECIALTY THROUGH INSTRUCTION AND RAPID RE VIEWS IN COMMON SCHOOL BRANCHES j Prof J C Hoheimer who holds n State certificate and is a member of the County Board of Examiners has been engaged for full time to assist after Christmas in the Collegiate j and Normal Departments Students will be given opportunity to take work under each instructor in these departments sueIj Department offers thorough in struction in Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping and other commercial bl3 For hIlogues address L N GRAY Hartford Ky LPBarnesBro It is with a marked degree of pleasure that we look back over our past years business and we know from the liberal patronage accorded us by the purchasing public that our merchandise our business methods and our treatment of the trade Mils met with the ap proval of the people And to our customers we feel most grateful for their lib eral patronage and we ask a continuance of your loyal support pledging you that your interests Shin be carefully guarded in every respect Beaver Dam Ky n AAA AAAAdi d j ocr uj uu J u wr 341 l41 SATURDAY 1905 to- LI 41 ANI I 41tIIMONDAY 1906 f4 S 19 vVIJL I3T 11 SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS lb 4 AT 4 V 4 41 LONG COMPA- NYSEconomy t Storebi4 Overcoats Suits Shoes Boots Furs and Wraps Hats t and Caps Dress Goods and Trimmings Silks and Linens tir A clearance of Remnants dont miss its Thanking ourt customers for their esteemed the EJi4 Ifl b Hartford Kentucky E I w 0 f IfI 0 b if = i o ff 1 fj1c I wkJ 4 r a T 1 e I a 19051906 ATiff Jfff FAIRSVe le of Ohio county for their very liberal patronage during the past year We have tried to make the year one of mutual in terest We trust by our cour teous treatment and close CASH prices that you will favor us with your trade through 1906 assuring you that at all times it will be our pleasure to give you the very best merchandise at the very IOl est prices r The Bargain Givers 4++++++++ fi33ffroMbrrF fi4riftt 34 Fr +4hfiF3rr- 34BANK OF HARTFORD I iCpil1 OI Al 21llNly2 fit i Capital Stock40000oo E Surplus II OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability = 4OOOOOO i Securety to Deposltors99100000 i It J W FORD PresidentI JOHN T MOORE Cashieri H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK I J W FORDR Hottsttooh i ooaeJNO Directors i M MttiMtiF ++++Ft3tFt t+ FMtJ F3 ++ tt+++ + + R Hartford Republican i FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 I IlllnolsCentral RailroadTime Table North Bound Noltldo am- No122dae1R10p m No 102 due 148 p m Honlh Bond SoUl duality a mlXnioidot 18 p No ill duf 881 a Try our Mince Meat Fine City RestaurantIs Special prices in our suits and overcoats at Sam Bachs Get your Candies Fruits and Nuts at City Restaurant Mr P M Brown McHenry was a pleasant caller Tuesday J Mr Felix Shaver Nocreek was a V rypleastu1tcal1er Wednesday J r7 r y ri f tF f I r I I Miss Stella Woerner is the guest of relatives is Louisville lIvlllyl what nice Candies and Fruits at City RestaurantfcAnother barrel of those Sweet Pickles at City Restaurantal The Hartford Mill Co has baled z straw and Mixed feed to sell tf Rer L W Tichenor Matanzas was a pleasant caller Wednesday Highest market price paid in cash for furs at U S Carsons grocery H Hon A S Bennett Louisville Isal the guest of relatives in the county Oysters Fish Celery Cranberries and Mince Meat at City Restaurant irSesflEconomyBargains Bargains Bargains Long Co atl1atI l sEC9POmYtStorany 1U1 V 1oA d htor q Mr R H Cummins Paradise WednesdayrMoore Crabtree will pay ti highest market price for furs cash 2312 Mr J M Bishop Centert wn called to see us while in town Tu day The nicest line of Candies a Fruits in Hartford at City Resta- rant City Restaurant will be chuck full of good things to cat during the holidays C E Smith and wife silent a fe days in Louisville the latter part last week Mrs Lucy T Wedding is the guest wf her brother Mr W E Townsend at Cobden 111 Saturday and Monday will be spe cial bargain days at Long Si Gos Economy Store The bust and largest towels f 25c in the country at Long Co Economy Store Messrs J H Roberts and John Ianum Fordsville were pleasant call lers Wednesday Mrs Dr A D Park returned Wednesday from a few days visit to he mother at Rockport Mr and Mrs J C Berry Orlando Tenn are the guests of Air und Mrs W B Render Bring your furs to Moore Crab tree They will pay the highest market price in cash 23t2 Dont forget that the bargain yo saw in underwear was at Long t Cos Economy Store No advance on Peters shoes You can get them at the old price atLong Gos Economy Store The Baptist church has purchased J from Mr It F Crady the Ringo res idence property for a parsonage LoUjisville300 in advance gets both papers Leave your laundry at Cleve ller grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 4Ctf Mr and Mrs A D Buskill Craw ley La arrived Sunday to bo the guests of relatives during the holi days Dr S W Crowe who has located J at Beda for the practice of his profession was a pleasant caller Tuesday R The Ladies of the Maccabees are arranging for an entertainment for the Knights of the Maccabees next Friday night 1Whenanything in gents furnishings youC will find the latest at long Economy Store Miss Eva Johnston Fordsville af in Hartford yesterday to be guest of Miss Willyc Smith durIing the hollidays For anything you need to wear fducedwill save you mone- yWANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare foapaying position in Government Service Box One Cedar Rapids Ia Mr Charlie W Bennett who is attending school at Vanderbilt University at Nashville Tenn is the guest of his parents Rev and Mrs A Bennett Mr and Mrs W B Render re turned last Friday from Owensboro where they had been the guests of daughter Mrs A P Taylor a few daysrJMessrs Clay Taylor Rochester R H Jones cashier of the Citi ens Bank Mountain ParkOklahoma and Judge W B Taylor City were pleasant callers Wednesday clcetveddeath of her father in law Rev GdMcKenney who died at his Lynnville Ind of Pneumoniabl Little Edward Hale son of Mr Mrs JW Hale diedlast Saturday afternoon of scarlet fever after be sick only a few dope Hisvrer were interedat Fordsville the home of the family Sunday Their daugjiterLeafy is sick here of the same disease and little son Walter has it at Fordsville though Jn a inild torm e 7 w M r1UK c1J iIi 1A We received from M F Sharp of the A S of E etoo late for publitrtion yesterdaYjl instrong appeal for a good at county union next Friday It willappear in full next wee- kn Mrs J E Fogle and son Mc Dowell and little Miss Lelia Glenn are speaking the holidays with Mrs PttrieJgone McDowell Fogle will visit Dupaw I University at Green Baltic also Rose Polytechnic School at Terre Haute In last weeks paper two locals an wouldfappeare entirely out of time as we were di rested to omit them from that issue and whatever disappointment dis safaction occasioned thereby is directly chargable to us and not to Car son Co Hartford Mill Corner puny will sell you Cream of Wheat Flour at 8480 parIrII We guarantee all our goodsIEugene Kirby of Narrows receiv eda telegram yesterday morning that his brother S W Kirby been killed Wednesday at hadI JArk The telegram was sent by Kirbys daughter and gave no details of the incident Mr Eugene Kirby left at once for Augusta and will bring the remains of his brother home for burial S W Kirby was well known here having been office deputy under County court clerk T Smith several years ago He re signed the deputy clerk ship to ac cept a position in the Internal Re venue office at Owensboro and later going to Arkansas where he engaged i in farming and teaching sMr and Mrs Alexander Barnett entertained a few of their relatives ri and friends at their home on Fred 6 rica street at Christmas dinner Mon ri day Those present enjoyed to the fullest extent the elegant repast con sisting of rare and delicious edibles prepared and served by Mrs Thoseinvited were Mr and Dirsi A Anderson and daughter Miss Cova and Mr and Mrs J H Norris Owensboro Mr and Mrs A Anderson and Mr Fred Anderson Alexander Mr and Mrs Thomas Anderson and son lit tie Ruby of the East Hartford neighborhood Mr and Mrs S A Anderson and children little Miss and Master Samuel Mr and S T Barnett and Mr and Mrs E Smith City The Hartford Mill Companys Flour ca had at their advertised rates at the following stores J C Her U S Carson Carson Co Thorns Bros A D White and Hoover Bros I The Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken yet they cleanse the system thoroughly They cleanse tone and strengthen the stomach a and bowels and impart the kind of that makes one feel like early Sold by Z Wayne a Griffin Bros to MATANZAS he Dec 27Prof E A Carter and on Hollis Tichenor left last Sunday for Auburn Logan County to teach a ass in vocal music this week- J P Tichenor gave a Christmas to his grand children last which was quite an enjoya pFwent to Hartford today on business The farmers here are pooling their tobaccoWarren Lindley went to Hartford today ti- The Christmas tree at the Lower If Point school house Monday night was a success Jt vas largely attend d andall hada good time t Z I Happy New Year I YearIi CRA TITt1DEI FORI J I I Wo extend our heartiest thanks for the kind pat ronage shown us by all who have patronized us during the year of 1005 Wo have strived hard to sat isfy all our patrons by giving good goods for reason able prices Our stock has been supplied with the latest in Clothing Shoes Hats etc and will con tinue to have the latest and the best for tho lowest prices In gratitude for this we are oftbrjng some special and very tempting bargains for the now year THIS IS TILL JANUARY 1bMens heavy 50c Work Shirts five days onlyu400 liens Heavy 50c Sweaters 38c liens Fancy 506 and 75c top Shirts only 38c liens heavy Sanitary Fleece Lined Under wear regular price 50c five days only for 40c per garment liens 50c Overalls 38c 4 6theseing for tho Now Year 4 Special Reduced Prices on Suits and Overcoats 4 Wishing all a Happy Now Year and thanking you for tho past and future trade in advance wo re 4 main Yours respectfully SAM BACHtH- artford Ky r TELEPHONE GROWTHCumberland Telephone C Telegaaph Company has nissued statement of its business for the month of November as follows Exchanges in operation 436 Number of Telephones in service Nov 1 190oT13GG15 Number added during tho month 4018 Number discontinued 2048 Net increase for tho month 2 270 Total telephones November 3U 1905 138885 Dec 26 CERALYOIfrom Risen P Jones returned from Evansville Tuesday Doll Bud and Bill Hill have opened general dry goods and grocery Store here Miss Maud Barnard has accepted clerkship with E P Barnes Bro Central City James Boon m Evansville where had his arm amputated last week account of cancer in his hand V B Morton Livermore wasbe here MondayCS9TORTA BKn fluflu Kind You Nere fivtn B K Ifcuh y t FROM BLOW OF LION Unfortunate In Struck by King of iBeaits and Death Follow Instantly Some men are naturally fitted tackle ii lion others are doomed chance brings about so undesir able a meeting a stbc Bt James Gazette The unfortunate man fyfiom loge have killed at BJack pool is of the latter category It holvevelIIIinto which he so unwisely euterei attacked him There was a sim AIIIIlInearly morning and found to his horror that the four lions there had broken row their cage One gave him u blow with its paw then took him in its mouth Taw blow from a lions paw Is said to after the stroke of u whales tall and the kick of u giraffe the strongest thing in nature Satire victim was dead when the wiper went to the rescue Only one 110B0 had concerned itself with the mmt staid was sitting over him as dog sits over a bone Two oX8eo lions were playing on the stage with nproperty garland andtfee fourth was seated In the royalbo pluckily surveying the gambolsoa the stage and tliu terrible banquet in theunditoriiim The murderer relinquished its prey immediateJi its muster appeared and all ft bolted fur their den like chwJ uilgrouauaa wJi r rr 7 1 4L iROOSEVELT IN GERMANY Theodore When fx Youngster Easily Became Familiar with Teuton Customs of the Day When in the summer of 1873 the Uoosevelt children were intro duced to the Minkwitz family they had never spoken German and conditions in Germany were alto gether new to them Neverthe less they soon adapted them selves to tlieir new environment especially Theodore who showed remarkable ability A few days after his arrival Miss Minkwitxs brother came home from the Uni versity of Leipzig at which he was Btudying and told the company a German students joke Every body knows how deep these are This joke must have been partic ularly good for everyone laughed most of all Teddy Fraulein Mink witz was greatly surprised at this and asked him how he could under stand it at all Thereupon Teddy proceeded to repeat the whole story to her in Knglishiu a way which proved beyond doubt that he saw till iiolnt He seemed to pick up 1huimgone didnt know lJOwt she an id- At this time Fran 15at had in her service a good old servant girl i named Kinily who had an admirer by the name of Charles a fact which escaped the Minkwitz fam ilys at tent inn altogether al though the gui had stayed with thorn for some years Theodore hind been in the house but a few days when one morning he cre 1ntotl n sensntion by saying Em ilie 5eh hum Karl j ich Hebe Du Emily I ani Karl j 1 love thee Ho was passionately fond of books on natural science especial ly of ISrehms Thierlehen which lie studied eagerly One day lit got it into his head that he must have a rat a mole or a hamster I When he asked Miss Minkwitx L whore he could get one she told him that she 11 ill lIt know The lad J then began to investigate for him 1 self and finally came back from the city swinging in triumph like n trophy n dead mole and a dead German marmot He had discov crcd a man who hind white micea for sale and from him had pro cured what he wanted He next went to work to strip time animals of their skins In tilt kitchen nnd prepared to boil them in one of Frau Minkwitzs saucepans nut here the good old Frau Knt inter fered lie therefore went to the back yard built himself a little oven from bricks skinned the nn Imals and after having boiled them prepared them carefully putting together skillfully all the parts of the skeleton THEY ARE ODD FISHERMEN English Boys Use Geese to Aid Them in Landing rlthMcthodE- mpoyed There are many odd methods of catching llsh hut one of the funni est is employed by boys in some parts of Kngland when they wish to catch pike They use a goose and in their own words to catch L I lie goose is the hardest part of the whole a flair- Suppose this diflicult feat is ac complished they then mike a a or dinary fishing lini about eightI 1 feet long on one end of lixed a barbed hook or spoon and 1 tit it to the leg of the goose She takes to the water right Iamiy and the line goes with her For awhile she swims about in her usual dignified fashion hut pret ty soon if the time is well chosen she starts suddenly ns if awak cued from ad ream it is only that till pike has nib- bledI at the bait and has become hooked in so doing This hooking menus a jerk to tim leg of the un Hiispecting goose which makes a dash for the shore She sputters through the water and comes climbing up the bank hissing furl ously nnd dragging her captive after her Won by a Fluke What made you turn so pale when that grateful patient toM T cUrldhimBecause I gave him the wrong mixture by mistake gasped the i young plivsieiiin Detroit Free Press Oh litiri ndhl4biJbawl has No i nble to get a cent out of your bu- sbaudYoiikers I Statesman Wonderful Tree Avenue i Japan has n wonderful avenue of trees extending from the town of Nnmonda to Kikko This av enue is fully 50 miles in length and the trees are the tryptomera Each tree is perfectly straight and from 130 feet to 150 feet in elrIeumference PRESIDENTS OF FUTURE There Should Be Nine of Them Now Over 10 Years Old Average Age at Election CO Upon the general doctrine of probabilities saul tho statistician there are now living and 15 years of age or over nine persons who will serve as president of the Unit ed States within the next lOyears asserts the New York 811nIThis is upon time supposition that no man shall be elected proa i j dent more t unit twice timid that i the average of the Iniit 110 years shall be maintained us to the nlll1J I ber of reflections and time number j of deaths in olftlfIThe consldeied Mr Fairbanks flflI hardly bo net down as time most likely man to be one of the ninI presidents of till next 10 year I for Mr Koonevelts proupcct oj serving out his term seems excel lent mill we have elected to tin presidency only throe vice presi dents A t tilt clone of Mr Kooseveltx form Mr Fairbanks will passed the average age at ItOII presidents have received agllliWhen you consider the age at which presidents l1el1eI entered the olhVe mill t i three who entered after passing I ll two died before the end of tilt j term it is evident that till chan its t lint any man now munch pm1I fill will attain the presidency not very bright 111I Of till members of the only two Secretary Hoot nnd See retary Taft seem now to be with in sight of the presidency and Mr Hoot has not only passed heaver age age of successful nominees out in Ifllli he will have passed by several years till extreme limit Mr Taft will be only iit in 1OS HId after that he will have three more chances before he passes time extreme limit Senator Pcveridge is about tilt youngest of conspicuous 1 llublleI ins He will not reach the falalI average until 1 JUS or time extreme limit until wan He reaches rOil siderably further into the future than almost anyone else in sight Joseph IL Foraker is already past thin age of successful nom nees and he will have passed till xtreme limit before IIHi i Till chances fliP that the presi dents after itJh anti nim to 1914 are now preparing for college 1 tIwould take II very far seeing to guess who will be president nl any election between 1JI2S and 1114 or even to name tin prob i able candidate of n single jaitIafter 192- 1riuKT POSTAL BUSINESS Remarkable Decrease in Use GenIService Said to Be Due to eral Use of TelephoneI The telephone has been carried Into so many fields of human ncth1 ity that we have ceased to prised nt its extension says tllIElectrical Review In the three or four years there has been n remarkable decrease in the use of postal cards for private or per sonal matters The officials of thn post office department attribute I this to the widespread extension of the telephone into both urban nnd rural districts Formerly many engagements and social af fairs were transacted on postal cards between persons living in the same city but of late the telephone has captured a large per centage of the business and such affairs as appointments friendly chats the ordering of groceries Iand provisions dealing with mer cantile firms physicians etc con be so much more quickly find eas posII j the loss of public favor Z AaT OOFT 3C A await silto Baagi DJua rf t jiff MINERAL WATER AIDS LOOKS I That Is Silo Belief of Japanese Worn en Who Use It Exteniively for Their Complexion According to t lie nsliingtou star Jiijiiinustt ladies regard inin iiMnl wattiH as great aids to li auty It quotes till following Yliili1 Ainerimiis drink mineral waters because of their sparkle purity nUll delight iii taste ro marked Dr Kdward ISedloe wlm lias lived in many parts of the nri our time Japanese take them lie cnuse of their medieinal ijuali ties The Japanese women espe riallv drink time mineral waters of their country heeanse of their ef fects in producing a beautiful i omplexion The yellowish or sallow tinge thai the Japanese WOIIHMI wish to avoid Is prevented by frequent anti large draughts of mineral water The fact is no women in time world use water t1I fwly on both l in inside aind out side in order to jiowyens a boautl fill complexion Sonic of them roiifuni three or four quarts of water July and take two or hire hot baths doily Their baths trIO not warm limit hotreti hotso IIlItJfrIIJO I hiaiitifnl cherry blo ntn fico for which they are fnnicd Time mIll as well ns the women ii water freely Tin Japanese IPI no rOIlIJlt ics Theme a HIIIIcldknown some of them to acquire complexions of great beauty In I following the bathing and miner nl water habits of tin Japanese Too Much Talk Many a mans character has stem tallied a sevcie fracture fi vat a blip of till tongue THE STORY OF A SURGEON Sir Frederick Treves Tells of Bur 1mese Woman Who Does Buying Because of Indolent Men Sir Frederick Treves the great surgeon gives a picturesque de scription of the Burmese woman us he observed her during his east ern tour It is she who does the biiyingandsellingowingto the unconquerable indolence of the men She sits on a low yellow mat in her stall and holds up to you a piece of silk Her hands mime pretty anti thieve mite mummy gold banglesi on her wrists A sleek head and stall big eyes are visible above the rim of time silk Sill holds it up as tIll child would hold up its last new toy for admiration You ask the price of this trifle 6f number mill rose mid she slyly suggests a quite fantastic sum as if she wore play 110Ipose to she has ventured upon This iimuses her beyond words She Is tilled with laughter for till jest is evidently much to item liking Saul lug moreover becomes her as her teeth are exquisite There is more movement of her shapely fingers and of supple wrists time silk is dropped and another piece is hell up with mute questioning jYou renew the oiler of half the price named for the piece first radioImouth behind the edge of the out stretched stuff With infinite Bhyness she suggests a less ex treme mutilation of her original price She half whispers the hunt IUH if it were a possible answer to absurd conundrum You finally take time silk for half for exactly onehalf the sum orig inally discussed She is perfectly delighted and appears to regard time long bargaining ns the best of fun It is all excellent fooling this playing at keeping shop by a picturesque woman instead of by a child but the womanlike the childis never a loser at the simple game- LETTER CARRIERS PALACE Home a Frenchman Built with His Own Hands In TwentySix Tears Concentrates Life on Work There has recently been discov ered in the department of Drome in France the extraordinary pu1 ace of a rural letter carrier built in fantastic style by himself Time letter carrier erected his fairy mansion stone by stone with his own hand On his way across country one day he picked up Il ttrangely forwpiVatpne which Hashed Vitliri ij brilliant taints This excited his interest and lie began looking out for such timings When he had collected unite n number of remarkable specimens lie resolved to multi a dwelling fur himself with them He is now 1i1 and h has consecrated every mo mentsleisure in time last i0 years to the work Kvery stone in It he collected himself he has used- iilllllmhrs of lime and cement and has expended nboiil ii01l1l francs Time palace now includes 1000 iMiliic meters of solid mijsonry II has four races ranging from SO tom feet in length and It varies from JO to J5 feet in height One front displays mi Arabic mosque placed on top of a Had dhist temple another resembles a Swiss chalet tint isdecornted with colored pebbles n third is In tli stymie of n Komnn temple and the fourth of n castle of the Middle Agp Time palace exhibits still more grottsij lit fllI t ires which arc partly fashioned after nature and pnrtly spring from the letter car riers own invention Ther nre niired of Kgypi rin gods mind nrniii priests aud prienleHKP wurco phiigl utatueu of the Virgin and the EvangHistjt of Heath of tin Ooddcss of Fi ui I fulness and of angel All UKSI air constructed IIrIIIIlelow the linlding ho has dug a deip basement in which like till I ha mn this he luis rotiarrurlod it grave in which ho wilt be buried when he dies All around it are Inliyrinths and eatucombs with stout figures IPlIt1I lugci phants Itears ostriches Herpeu I ro llamiugois geese and various gods The man has concentrated tin whole interest of his lift upon till edifice lie now lives in it j he is extremely proud of it and of the celebrity that it hums gained him through till country and is seem ingly quite unconscious of tin fact that he is generally regarded ns a little hit cimy lie has no greater pleasure than in showing his great work to visitors Persias National Anthem Persia is an ancient country as the world goes It hits ancient monuments It has a literal lire in several ages Ihit one of its insti tutions its national anthem is comically modern Several French bandmasters were in 1emn all or 40 years ago organizing military bands The shah was about to start for Kurpm and it occurred to him that he ought to have a na tional anthem Summoning 31 lcnmirc tin French military mu sic master of Teheran the after noun before hil departure the Ilonarch with an instinct mop imperial than musical ordered him to have a Persian national anthem composed ad played he fume him by till imperial band next worllfOJing time national anthem was lilly played and approved and it is the national anthem sI Illt1remaire is now a Persian general and lives in Teheran Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar lures all Coughs and expel Colds from time system by gently moving tbe howelL fllm i- traiMI REIVORESTORES VITALITY MacleaWell tof Me zwEUNOaJa Y- prodncM the above reiolti lo 30 daja It teti- pBwertallr and quickly Onus when 111 otben taiL oum3grnn wilt rul10 their bat tninbood inch old taco will recover their youthful iitor t r talni REVIVO It quickly md lurelJ restores Nerroua sets LoU Vitality Impotency Nlghtlr Emissions Loi t Power Ftllinjllomory Waitln Dlieuu and all cffecti of leUabnio or exeeuaod Indlicrttlon uhtch unSis ens toratuiybuatfleu ormnarrhsgi U tot only cures by startleS at the set of dlaeai but li ttreat nerve tonlo and blood builder bring back the pink glow to polo cbeekiandrc liD lhe nre of off liIUmlliI ConsumptIon Insist oa bnlnc RE VIVO DO etter II tan be etrrlad In teal pocket 17 Mall S100 per paekl or six S NoOwkb a po- MYS wrttsn to ewe Sr 75Z1 AddfOtlIFor sale in Hrr ford Ky by J H Williams druggist SURE CURE- For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER a KIDNEYS c ISl i ftty ffrjiitixit CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears tho- Slguaturo of I ROUGH RIVtR- TELEPHONE COMPANY iii uriiniri The Rough River Telephone Co is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll service which is constantly being extended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 mills 10 cts o miles ICcts 15 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Ky J WOBANISON Local Mgr Beaver Dam Ky 5oooTTELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Autinnllv i ttll tbt Iltlu rltIMI KAtlrnuil nxl IVti Kr iih Iliftiictnif W west YOUNG MIEN nI LADIES f irH tli- LEARH it I TELEGRAPHY == = = Acco r cWefrnIk 7iprrtvut uf te apteIuree- dsti tgwUtii ato slep 1 bokritHliunift diMlr Trk rr pk Stboul lute world ItbbLd VMN sad mdwrMHt kjr nil bmilluc ltullH t liiV- tqut trA tmssd mu Trr7 1s4ut to nnikh kin or hit it oitlus pisvuag pus M lo 1 s mouth InHUIwMMl ul llwhocty Musu litlK ur mm fT 5 It M ft month U Hot wt ofth tttfIrsom radumtlo- ttI4Hd run eSter nt nigr tlw XII rue uINI For lull irtit rrgnnllifc sex 1 tHlrKthiwI welt Ittoonr Mrallf Wcviil llwlnuo 0 en tnloKM Owe 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Waitttgto semis time moiuy aaJcfttn f4k1c ExtiuitistyWrttoreomtoulM pig IBath 10 sep tTalM tWIt Mat OCM WASHINGTON D C I + + it fEMACURAtlunjr raniiHlleH for rlml DlMatea are on the market but tb only out that baA proD to DO nn abiolnt and poltlre CON for all forma of Femnlt Trouble FEMAClMtA A alaicir trial will cODTlait lbs most ekeptltnl ol Iti almost nil racalona curative power Wd only bj tbeLEITCHFlULl PIJARMACAL CO lncForelJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky ttIte t i 14 I R6lief Cdre MalaVrlavtCt I WEDDING MARKSI DlITERSThe hest tonic Curatlv Medicine for these dl ir5OcGuarant4 Lf J 1rf1o h rfri J t iL L r r w ITL Th I I LiE AGENTS W t TED AW Mej lPJeqlJJire yoi ivnivo ami approve of bicycle I pnvZVou Ten ESsays Frets Trial 19iis IIutrItFf LWcos 2to eo 24A viii Imilter lliMkes and Puncturelcss Tires Be 1QQJ Models tt 7t1le t Make ripI or tufilrl IOM IIrnL atontiinl usual belltjON APPROVAL C D to nny I DAYSFisq SilG ScctiulHanrl WlItlDls dr 01 tn IyjiLores tI 10 r RIIV i1 uini juJ hiiv wiiirm tvT our FACTORY UU Atin FREE TntAL Tires ourbig1r PUNCTURED fF TIRES tput 75PAIR Rogulap prlco tfEQ i pair I 5woj 1 1r N1IIS T1CXS LETPair You a Sample OR CLASS lj NO TROUBLE Irccn PUNCTURES of 15 ycard cxpcrlouc ii tlrp inaklntr No dmgo THORNS CACTUS I PINSNAILS TACKS GLASS like Intentional knifo cuts can boI vulcanized Hko any other tiiv send T showing all kind and make of tires at flflo pair and upA 110 Coaster IIrakti lluliun Wh i s ami HiivclM Sundrlis at Half tho uutl prices w tho tlilck niliUr tntil A nnnninru strip II U This ilm will stir otiiir make H ft and asy lildlnir Wo will ship C 0 D ON JrflWo Vf thrrrbr maktnir prleo I4i0 per It you send full oh with order Tire to U naurnwl at our uxpcnsa It on 9- fw MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL m OUR CLUBBING RATES REIUHUCAN and Louisville 1Icraki125I- i ft i IlEiuiJUcAN and Louisville Daily Herald REIUHLICAN and CourierJournal HEPUUMCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat RKiUJiMCAN and Homo and 125 llKiunucAX and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan REI UHUCAV and TwicoaWcok Owonsborolnquircr REIUHUICAN and Daily Chvensboro Inquirer I RKPUHUCAX and TvicoaWeek Oboro Messenger tIllII REIUIIIJCAX and National Magazine 150 Address all orders THE REPUBLICANS I IJ PariolaVH make you eel A and well PANOLA has no for Indirection Dyspepsia 4 e ol the Head Llvi ana Kidneys La Grippe and genera debility Made by the iELD PHAR 1 MACAL Co Inc IJIIShortest anl Fastest 1J 1 Lexington and Louisville o If Loulsunflifle Wesi- Two as Lexington a m i am at St p m Carrying vestibuled and CafeObservation Parlor Car a la carte through III I without cange Lexington 530 pm Louisville 1015 p m at St Louis am carrying free ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Sleeping Car berths at 111 I Host Main St Lexington Ky 234 Ave Louisville Ky or I I Unionf 1 Firstclass typewriter It paper at lice cheap tj 7 APosltlve CATARR f Elys Cream J absorbed t Gives Relief at One It cleanses soothes heals and tho morn brans It cares Catarrh and until your as W fQ03 lk I1II vidlc1 vv ShIP O HnT PRIOEB OFFCtt MORE Result from Serious sway a 10111 In Head quickly IDOIIttmEIit6re the Senses TMt and Smell Full slzfleOcl atDrog ifats or by malt I J3izo 10 by Ely Drotlwn GO Street Now York EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS OF IMITATIONS for Notice and and online Klattlf APPROVAL tho mill not satisfactory examination THE THE 300 THE 150 THE 175 TIlE Farm TIlE 325 THE 175- THE 370 TILE 175 to strung eqtul Caturrh Throat Stomxob Bowels LiKTCHi I Lines I trains daily follows Leave 610 Lou isville 900 arrive Louis 612 coaches Meals Leave arrive 732 reclin Reserve Fourth Depots for sale this of Balm protects diseased drives Trial eta Warren BEWARE Cilaloeue liquidity KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrlcoFOR Sureet and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG nounLES or MONEY BACK Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEI- n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sletplnr iad trst recWn chair cars Hom seohcr Ezcurslona- firat and third Tuesday of each mapspomph1etfolders LCTOUSENO luUurulTK 4WIL RTQ MATTHEWS FnTiliif ruHitv Irat uniinutiT WEEKLYi rTTrn Things Dainty For Dainty Women Handmade French Embroidered Lin gerie Forgetmenot Hose Supporters I Violet Strewn Garters and Blossom ing Silk Stockings By RENE DEVERAUX Truly I hero la nothing so bewildering distracting maddening an New York Chopping during tilt hint fow days before Chrlstmna In the largo shops and Oil tliu avenuo the crowds nre little nliort of frenzied shots good imturcd to be Hiiro though ono can scarcely i fnney any one really enjoying tim crush tind excitement The New York woman who pushes lierwny as site makes liar pmclwReH IownIItown who orders by mall to hnvo Just I what site wants nrrlvu In the nick of time neatly packed and delivered nt her door without the fatigue of a tedious j selection That Stopping crowdx lire admirably taken care of In the well ordered de partment stores hero cannot be denied however and the systematic arrange ment of the various departments In which things closely allied are display ed each pricemarked undoubtedly Klmpllflcs the shopper perplexities ex traordinarily ro leave the general holiday crusts for a moment to Jlltplnlo the boxes of exquisitely made lingerie Is a pleasure that dainty femininity cannot resist and at Christmas times as at other there are always a number of exclusive LATEST DESIOX IN TunES PIECE SET OP hAND EUnitOIDEKED UNDEIWEAIl women whose outward bearing Is sug StfUve of nu underlying exquisiteness hovering over these counters Certainly fashions In lingerie cannot be caught en passant and there is no better way of picking up pretty Ideas than by studying the handiwork of the Krrncli embroiderers and clever needle women to be found lit the large stores where such things are handled Seen In one shop were sets of three pieces In boxes delightfully pretty boll day gifts made of the softest French nainsook each piece delicately hand embroidered In the daintiest patterns Imaginable with just enough embroid cry upon them and no more A very lovely set was embroidered In a star Jasmine pattern gracefully designed around the low round neck of the night dress and chemise both of which were finished with the tiniest baud embroid ered scallops with embroidered dot In the center About an Inch below the READ THIS Hopkinsvile Ky June 7th 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Won der and after using onefourth of a bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to many other who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases SAM DEAN A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis backsrheumni men women Regulates bladder trpuble in children If not sold by your druggist wilt be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists DrE W Hall solo manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo scallops wore Iliibrolrfcrcfl eyelets InI j pairs quite fat npnrt through which bliio vnh ribbon was run and tied In Hinnrt lion In front rise bottoms of III full pantalettes wcro finished with ilnp hand scalloped rutllo In tho ecu tii1 of which wnx embroidered a spray i of the jaHininc duHlRii Nut a machine j stitch was OU ono of those gurments even the hem of the nlghtdrras beliitf done by hand That tliriC pieces nndenvenr so finely liimdniadu cast heII bought for 875 innku one liny them hut In doing so marvel at the cheapness of labor mill pity tilt woman who tolls ut such work A dainty pulr of hose supporters was Hustle of pink satin ribbon fulled over tho elastic the upper portion being plain and forming n sachet finished nt I tot and bottom with pink ribbon ro sette IWWH Over the ribbon wero Kcattered tiny hand painted violets and the Hiuhet used was of violet and orris This pair was 173- An equally pretty pair costing about Uiilf Will shade of Dresden ribbon fin ished with bows and upon a white pnlr were tiny hand painted forRetmc noti Flower scattered silk boso are tre mendously popular for evening and house wear one of the newest designs being a single halt blown rose em broidered over the Instep of black silk of finest quality Worn with black suede or patent leather house shoes or slippers these embroidered elTeets are particularly charming with pretty house or evening gowns and are n welcome change from the same old Muck Our readers may have nny question concerning fashion or fabrics answered without charge by llano Dcvermix the fashion expert by addressInR Reno Dev triux p 0 fox aid Madison Square Now York Inclosing stamp for reply The Family Scrapbook Mrs Sancrs to Willy as minister calls to see Mr Sauers Willy Is your father in Willy Yes hues upstairs looking over your scrapbook Mrs X8auers puzzled You menu my family account book WillyWell Its all the same lie and you always have a I scrap every time ho goes over it Never Give Up I eIy motto Is Kcvcr give up She Yes Ive frequently noticed It in a crowded strict car Philadelphia Record WINGLESS BIRDS Kfrr Zealand Srrnrmrrt With Them Before It Occupation by Man For ages before its occupation by man New Zealand swnrrncd with great wingless birds which found there no carnivorous enemies but an abundance of vegetable food The moss not only existed In vast numbers and for thousands of years but had such diversity of form as to embrace no less than sew en genera containing twentyfive spe den a remarkable fact which is un paralleled In any other part of the world The commonest kinds In the North island were only from two and onehalf to four feet high Those of the South island were mostly from four to six feet tall while the giant forms reaching twelve and thirteen feet were always rare- Immense deposits of mon bones have been found In localities to which they appear to have been washed from the hills In tertiary times Skeletons on the surface of the ground with skin and ligaments still attached have giv en the Impression that these birds have been exterminated in very recent years but other facts point to a different con elusion Tradition seems to show af cording to F M Hutton that the mon became extinct In tho North Island soon after the arrival of Maoris in New Zea land that Is not less than 400 to COO years ago and In the South Island about 100 years later The fresh appearing skin and liga ments are supposed to have been pro served by unusually favorable condI- tions CAT SUPERSTITIONS Queer Belief of People of Ancient Egypt Regarding ran Tho Inhabitants of ancient Egypt lire believed to have been the first people to attempt to domesticate the wild ape cies of fclluae now represented by tho common house cat This belief is based upon the fact tllat sculptured repre sentations of such animals are found upon their monuments of the year 2000 B 0 more than 1200 years before they appear on European monu ments An Egyptian tomb of the year 1300 B C is tho first to show a seulpI turcd representation of the cat a8a domesticated animal those of the greater ago first mentioned probably representing the creature In its wIldI state In tbo relief sketch of the date last mentioned 1300 DO it is unmis takably a pet being shown as seated beneath a chair Tho Egyptians of that ago mummified dead cats just as they did human beluga and In many Instances entombed hundreds of thou sands of them in a single pyramid or pit Bubastls was tho Egyptian cat goddess and was always represented as having a cats head Among that queer people puss was regarded as an emblem of the sun Its eyes being sup posed to vary In color aunt In the slzp of their pupils with the progress of that luminary across the heavens Ilcrodotus tells us that when nil Egyptian cat died a natural death Ha owner went Into mourning and shaved off his eyebrows Irrlnir and Thinness Sir Henry Irving was the first actor make slenderness acceptable or tol erablo on the English stage He was very thin fnhiS earlier middle age and theater goers of that day wondered I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nt Cjunh Stni Tastes Ccd Use In time Sod by druggIsts STRONG er Ba sis AgainIs Stovall Talton Ga I said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia l Curt Hundreds Iofotherweak women are being re- storedI to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may well if you will take ItIndl2estloncaus nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchlngheartbura and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat 514Itrial iiI 01 bs to I T pM II 55 Lab r7IJO5WItI Moist bJ Z WAYNE ulntFIN Serviceable and Dressy Suit For the School Boy Value 400 at 297 This advertisement should Interest every mother who wishes her boy well dressed at little expense We know that Boys Suits can be purchased for less than 297 but they are not made of material that will wear and are poorly tailored The suit here offered we guarantee to wear well having sold thousands ot this num ber during the past few months and all have given thorough satisfaction The suit Is a Russian blouse double breasted style made of excellent quality fine wool cheviot has extra linen Eton collar with silk tie leather belt bloomer trousers lined throughout colors tan gray and blue perfectly tailored and will not rip sizes 2H to X years prlceDTA-ny suit not satisfactory can bo return ed for refund of money as Is our rule with every article sold by us DO YOUR BUYING IN NEW YORK New York Is Just one year ahead of ever other city In the United States In fashions Why not learn what New York Is wearing Our Fall and Winter Cata logan contains 500 pages of New York Fashions Cloaks Suits Furs Skirts Shirtwaists and everything needed for mens or wo mens wear or In the home If you wish to know and have the New York Fall Styles If Interested In Saving Money write for our Catalogue Cloth Bounl Copy Do Luxe Edition sent for lie to pay postage or paper bound copy sent absolutely free It places the New York Market at your disposal the pleasure New York StylesNew York Pricesall are yours for the asking Write for this Catalogue todaynow Adds Room 201 R HI MACY t CO NEW YORK whether they could endura to see a long figure and legs both unpadded Until then fatness had been obligatory It is difficult to realize now the full conven tion of chest and shoulders and calves Comparatively lately a man of stage experience was urgent with a company of English amateurs that all tho thin women and all the lean men should bo made plump Nothing be saidIIJs I s1Irvinggenius walt wedded to uncompromising thinness 4N I Cumbeland IANDI I nereo nothing the matter with I iny business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wiles voice Is uev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours or good sctvlce and I gentlemanly competition H E PATH Manr Oixlo Coiiaty Circuit Court T1 IHrkhnO Judge Den D Itlngo Attorney T II lllnck Jailer Ella Unrrnte Clerk Frank I Felix Muter Com mlmloner Y L Mo eley Truntee JnrjFundGu I Ktonn Sheriff Huitfonl Deputy Sheriff C Keown CUnmce Keown Jo II Roberts barn Known 49 Conrtconrennflr tMon day lu March end August and continue three w tBnnd third Monday In May Rod NoYtlDher two week- sCountyCourt1 P Miller Judge MHIUig anti Clerk W If Barnes Attorney Hartford iTConrt convenes Oret Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claims Convenes flnt Monday In Jai nary Tuesday after second llpuday In October Other OOlceri J II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Ileda James DeWeeie School Superintendent Hartford flee L Devil Coroner Sulphur ypring- nviatic CoUrt11 F Hndion Hearer Oam February II Ma 18 August 31 November 30 UeoW Martin Balietown February II May 14 August 20 November JnoMOraham Narrons February 23 May 2 August 29 November IS T A Kraut Fordrrllle January 15 May 7 August 27 November C J A Illcks llulord February 7 May 8 Aug net 12 November 7 W A Hone Centertown February B Mty 11 August 24 November DJ Wllcox Jlorkport February 20 May I August 25 November 14 ZZaxtford 3cHc Court Jno D Wilson Judge C E Smith City At torney S f liarnett Marshal Court convenes second Monday In eachmontb aal2gLaue SrvleM E Church South Servlcei third Sunday each month at llam and 7pmand leeom Snnday at 7 p m Frayer meeting every Wednei day evening Rev WTMUIer Pastor Baptist Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday sight and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J B Burnett pastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D Mar ned pastor School Trustees lUrtfordJas P Miller J Olson S T Stevens 01 Mocker J BII Car son Jon C RUey City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk DrB1 Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor MLlIearrlnT J Morton Councilmen Seert Socie a A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No S75 F A A Mason lIra Monday night IB each month Hartford Tent No 99 Knights ot the Mace bees every Thursday night Rough myer Lodge No 110 KnIght of Pjthlt meetseveryTiHiIay night rfgI ourCOIIPrDENTIALIP or patentjn us W obtain PATENTS THAT pAY and help to succeu lendIMMEDIATIRIE flegilteresiIII at B05B07 7th St WASHINGTON DC oovJmJ- aA y UtiQOM fi pus tt o9 OJW UOSJJMJ3j3M 3DNO JV ajUUAA ssauisnq jqitoxd pus UaUUmJad E OTJI uautdojAp JO oqd uo jDjT2tnXanoui u uoi isodojd urn pug Bow oiieJ3jou onpojd InO jo sates Mn 3upucAptj 01 aWn siq o oAop uu puttuoSuAV pUU osjoq v spucrauioo oqAV aaoatnos 03 s uooi aanpui uuoi dao xn JtlJo UM3autJ3up 3 u4ttoS NOSIj a 1iI3HM aqJ- lIts 01 4cI17301- ul2w SqJ U B UBAV oM- iclIuHIJOtUI0 uy Il 1t Svh ar rtfb- ril1 i If V Be Sure to Use i Only ream of Tartar 4 flaking Powder Food made with alum baking powder carries alum x to the stomachunchanged Scientists have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly indi gestible and unhealthful Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 THE LATEST NEWS 1Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Speaker Cannon says the good old c days cannot with the pres crjt and that thYicqiuhtry is better r 4trsday than it ever was in its history i i Theofficialcoutitof the vote in tf New Yorknlnybtal3y election was announced iiu sdIlYpy the fi Canvassers McCiellenS plurality over Hearts is 3363 Alex Little accused of killing CputySlteriff4klack Robertsin Lesltecouoty on CHrismas day was t- Ii raptured Tuesday and say he wdl wftvt G kii75 t dnne hven by Mat Barnett at his home near Beat tyville for the purpose of restoring family harmony Barrett was wound i ed probably fatally amjjns sonin law fanies Roberts was killed o Ttl9a o Na etultt a3 ree m 7 1rtlrt1p forced p e of suchrfcesto the Treasurer oft e State instead of the Auditor r Fire in the roof of the JefTerssn ounty court house raged for two hours afternoon It was confinalrfo the upper part of the building and the records were saved Twenty thousand persons gathered in the scene The loss is estimated from 10000 to 30000 There was no insurance Drdinince of Ute CitfHart ford Ky RTeiiU8 and Tmutlou The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain as follows That the assessment of the 1number of male inhabitants of the the age of twentyone years andover asof the fifteenth day of September1905and of the value of the property real and personal in said city af of said fifteenth day of Sep tember 1905 which has been com Itpleted and reported to the clerk oft this council on or before the 15th day of November of said year by the assessor heretofore appointed and which has been duly passed upon and finally adjusted by the board of SUe pcrvisors heretofore appointed and which has been certified to thiscoun eii by the clerk thereof is hereby declared the assessmentroU for said tax and the corrected list of each per son is hereby declared to be the assessment for said tax subj t to 1 tho same tux subject to thesamc1 r rxemptlonssyssaidpersonalpmperty 1 sue and taxation for State and city i r t Iandter provided for shall be levied and collected for the tax year ofJ190G That upon said roll of assessment lieret ttcUsessment roll ajtax of 150 I pitutobeappiicdvhencohltctf r additibn thereto there is herebylev- ied ah ad valorum tax of BQveritXill 5 cents on 100 worth of hrYable prop erty shown by said assesement roll all of which when collected tobo IndebtIIplan the payment of general expen ses and for the erecting repair an improvments of streets walks pavements alleys lights etc The taxes herein levied shall he placed i the hands of the marshall of said town for collection aiiu the clerk will furnish said marshall a correct tax list taking his receipt therefor and in the event any delinquents be found he shall furnish said clerk n list thereof taking said clerks receipt for sarns said marshal shall pay over to the town treasurer on the first Monday in each month all taxes collected by him the preceed big month Accompanied by his af fidavit stating that the money so paid and reported by him as taxes isall that he collected during sai month If from any cause said shal can not collect said taxes or re linquishes same with consent of the City Council anothor 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 faith ful performance of his said duties iIlIed him and which by due dili- Bence he might have collected shall have all the rights priviligespowers and duties and be entitled to the same compensation as said marshall for said services All taxes herein levied shall be due and payable on the third Monday in January after the assessment theereof Any per son or persons failing to pay theirI taxes by the first day of April 1906 shall pay G per cent in additional on the taxes dueand unpaidIt Sec 2 Allordinances and parts qf ordinances in conflict herewith are Hereby revealed Al1tte Decetten f5 1995 t irRUtS AwOtUROQlIhlQ OT tAttest SAANDFyH50eT1Fv 1 F lAND SALE FOR TUXES By virtue of taxes dun me asSher ifT of oc Uqty KjI will on ondiiyr 1 expose saiestathtit UrtdIous or in HartfbrdVKythe following 1fmds rso much Wrc Yuc iecessary to produce the sums re Quired yiz m J i EAST jUllTKORDVo 17 Park S A 85 acres of land in Beda precinct nearest neighbor to Wm Park 375S- ULPHUR SPRINGSNO 4 Armendt C L1 town lot in Dun dee 259SELECT NO 10 Baize W JpO acres of land near est neighbor to R Culbertson 480 Allen Mrs M A1 acre of land READ AND YOU WILL LEARN that the Inaillnt nitrflcal writers toachnrs of all tlid several schools ofI soposslbkeatpgndleveryIngredient ot Dr 1lcrcoa Golden Meal I Discovery for thin cure of weak stomach dyspepsia cbmplalnttorpidallcctlona and diseases of whatever region name nature It Is also a speclfls remedy torA11snch chronic or long standing casts of cat rrhal affe S tlons and thrfr resultautsat bronchial csexcpptconsumtlonaccompant It coughsbutniaacloushf clng l1hlckCherrybarkJoJlhn Man Jrakor90 and Queens root all of which are hlgblyIratsed osirenicdles for all the abovem brtlo afieot such eminent medical wfli 6 drtcachcrs as Prof llartholow of JefTcrton Moo Col legel Prof II are nt the Univ of Pa Prof FInlqy EIJingwoodMDof Ben nett MId Trof John King M D lafo of Cltlclnpatl Prof John M Soiutder M Clnclii UofIiahnemaunscored othersttpNequally tte irnlneit in thcjr Ihe Goldl1fM I DI eoYlr1 Is t only nlnllcinngpt up 1ar Q throng l has un b fc s flat odetse s ntwartraurntlmii any uumOfO tcxtt luoiilal fJdHfsfolmma- pn tha lfttloAvrapi Is the possible gad 6f5ltsmertfci A tj at t GOldeQ1NtIJtcal ctemhoiy rue trllltrc r glyyorino rt ulyccrlue Is AfnobJecifondUlo and bed amdsy sefur I ttn the tom ach as well + bn eQeG114 11 a IflpraricllalJlt1tnd4IUn H er- tsC6xtrdctgiJlsthpTnJtMclnu rootsJl jcAmedical AuLhor tiesendors g Its + bgrd ADdrgtsDrr1 r t ibr oc 1 I nearest htiighbor TTJames 320 ROSINE 12 nan9 Sam 91 acresland nearest tgQOftoL H Hammonds Z7- CRU5ltfli L NOqi Shields J Tat Shields heirs 1 lot in Cromwell 220 ROCKPORT N9 9 1Sorull B 25acres land near to S C lIuntehand 5 1064dlcmNRY o p Edwards Geo 20 acres land near S4nIj C NTERTOWl NOIC AslibbyR C1 llotinCentertown 380 1Ir WEST BEivvKR UAMO 14A Cooper EdwIn i3 acres landjjnear Beaver Dam 1490 Taylor ft T 2 lots in Beaver Dam 30iO i4ST jfoRlVILVE NO 18 CasteelMrs Mace 50 acres 785 AVEST FORDSVICLE No 19J f Litdse srWm f 70 acr775 SIIREVE NO 21 + Cooper B C1Gta icres 1295 RALPH NO 29 dGreer M L 57 acres 485 Ralph C D Go acres 425 Taylor1 R T 2 acres 250 S 125 acres 1904 and 19051000Cal P Kcown 5OC CASTonEAHears the Ui Kind You Han Alwap Boer Slgnitnts 11IClt IS A CITY OF PLEASURE That Is the Way People Who Visit New York Look the Coun trys Greatest Metropolis Ec oue comes to Sew York sayl lug in our strangers quarter says the New York flpbe Hosts and guests alike confirm it and tIlt steady growth ofthe quarter it self is the surest testimony of all Not so long ugoa etbat live in New York l through were rather indifferent to the stranger within our gates liemight come if he liked Ve were glad to do business with him Hut when it tinfto hls rWfsion8 and lib Mfaris left him I to qw Ve build Bother hotel of two a Iar to sbeltcYIilm keep our restaurants advertised ill Isis home paper revive the successful pieces at our theaters for him awl give him almost every mouth Horne new way ol ling Xc York We may or 11Ia not be more hospitable tfltiiirthtrfire have found that the- Rtrnngersur their llUllwHnret worth cultival ing It ill uneof our discoveries by4the way as we be como a arent capital I irHulls the straugersfrom the west or the south think UHhoue too hoHpitfible us it is but still they come twice u year if they can and bringing their families with them because there is sonic thing to see in New York that nilI other American city gives in suchidegree and abundance they UBually call tt and by 1lJef they mean the vivid pleasure seek ing of our city JIn vain do the SotiHanilpaughterBof the Revojur thou set ro11yeplates on our his toric 81t sThe pass them tiro seeing If the strangers nre studying history they go to Bos ton In j vain do our suburlll- lbeckonto tlfein in the freshness of ttprini Or the brightness otnti tumnyjlfthey are cultivating suburbH hieywanderawaytoPhilt adelphia their ot1111I1rtlr between Made ison sqpiive and the Central Park plaza jMth Broadway and Fifll avcnuo fir Its thoroughfnreHth more tney thud if the life that they seek iHOMlfN ARABIAN DESERT nVyV The Woman Is tho Beset of Harden nnclGcncral Utility Slave ofIJ f i Her Ilusband At list lye arf to bendmitted to tIi 6 home lift of ttft A rnb Bays Seri s HltlI our r lolyrKwitjiatyoom on either shleV ThJ wife s sesiicd on the gro n itt 11dprLrcolorsat DIIitnijituffiiiiiu cooldng utcnsilsin tiC tempecTMmotor rnndf f letlsedrfor errzfpg the11ce y tJ1 i8re- tl d lnrgC en lf q which a flat cake was being qodked j J 1t lv A MXj 1 rIJ Until husband nnd wife rri o gni t efliT 1 o t hejfthen t T nn ii 11 who hTd Zurt q iht lfs8nlylutgill 6cout tyitioIiRlitirir were 11irn tda- nd we en nail nil Ill uiJ1hh1ra1After dinnefyljie vjjroe mrty indulged In1 cljinrotltts an e1- 1coffeehhtYytvlfatvattrenll pit I W store thaif most of ttiwuine bf the lseiiespecially when she gazed ai her sun anlhelrt ith a mothers lo + ennobling lien lark but handsome features brad it been a daughter nil Iol been different for they nrlliill11lllltlnltllIrltl1j f1 r till ed until they are sold in marriage JIV The woman is tit L ast of den the drudge pus Ihigcneral utility slave tis well ns the Danker for the lordly husband who coulij not he degraded by such jI thlug1I8Jilhor Then He Knows t A man never discovers hOItIp he really amounted to before until Collie nice girl takes pity tin him and lends him quietly to the matrimonial altar to parrot n few thins over after ister V Get In Easy yt big sins have a way of getting In with mighty small keys Chitago Tribune f5 r WATCHING AN EARTHQUAKE seismographs Account of a Recent Jolting of Our Footstool DIs aster In Indlnli 3 Jlr Charles Duvison Sc D PIG S writing from 15 Manor road iII1ln hain England says On a recent morning between thp lionrsoflOiindll the lmstrunuufs at every tlsnohlJlcalstntlon in the worjif were busily engaged in tracing their records of 11 great 1litrjilllo1 liad the rare ojiporliAiItytbC wllj hIWthe wloljrjjrj s fii roC the writlngrJtAirwaH jutbelnhiug to register the firsi of the preliminary tremors those which traversed the holy of the earth by the shortest possible rottlo Quickly these tremors ins creased in magnitude becoming Iuhw longer in period and it was evident that the advance waves of an earthquake of the order were crossing the coun In about Hi minutes from the start those eaIy tremors were succeeded and dwarfed M y long period undulations which had traveled along the surface of the earth Never before have I seen waves so large depicted on the smoked paper Several tines the pointer struck the time marking near one edge of tilt paper then swept seven or eight Inches across almost to the other and once beyond It so that had I not been there to adjust the pointer Immediately the remain der of the record would have been lost Generally the move ment was n slow steady mares each oscillation being completed in slightly less than halfa minute hint often the pointer seemed to hesitate or stagger either to re cover Itself or to swing buck in till npKHit direction The exten eve oscillations lusted for nboiit ton minutes then they decreaued though Irregularly in size until miler 20 minutes more they werr nCI larger than flw concluding un dillaUnns of many another dls Inn I shock At aboutlii15oclock the movement ended with waves which traveling along the stir face in tot opposite direction through the antipodes of the cen ter of disturbance reached IUr longjnnrnvleave a distinctly visible trace Many days have now passed nod yet no news has reached h nullir world rllIlIIlIw scene of witttt must have been a great dis nitThe urllnmust be JlronTiJnglaml about 4000dlstllntI 40 that may be situated in Ven ztielii in India near Lahore or in 1 Russian Turkestan Miss Termann I hate chapel ones Mine kept me from gatting engaged to Charley Lottado Allsole Why the mean lid ililng How did she 110111 fifarried himi Cleveland leader J t ERRIS ART V TREA St Sr in 1 nd ands Leglslatlont ti Iventl portntot of Illts tMcnttVorks Ise re nt IICluIHloll IInns acne111I of four host loli tt Illtils lslafloit tttn tho matter flItI if lot trcustp jthe Tutsrt1t ItJIJ lit Uyiaii J lni l1nll on let url II I I withniys fof American mi i u Stht b Ilorefnrertiil lot tlltlt Jill 01slvouesthat rairniuy nJlFnlif IjIIt Iitrratv suit girt n UII In be retnii d In tlfjrtmntrv is h i lttlolltI trtIIIltIINbxflrhiluany II ontithe pormiKsion of the gijvorn C ent nntlfit wns owing Uitr JtJIJlItiW1Vt in 11111 11 1- 1JII r stint of money by ilu1rI fto IK f211t01111 7wn ttnt XVliv therefore should nottheVnfllish government liink n lIIl1l tWojy 1 n season mnn rIlwthe AtlmOic Of rerout times the most notable instance is the sal to Mr AljMiiin of New Yft htjit IToppneriJjndy Louisa JTaujers sjhliij ChiristieV for tnm JlIrl 1rlforder rlie hammer are nndoiibtonlV ciudllJrtlll unlimited coniniis ThefantojwsTillab year for 10000 by the llriliiUi na tionwoultllul1l1llrnhnhilll xhacu tCl in some American rqlltcflon hml nut Mr Astor Mr Heltyfjiifyn few others generpusly subscribed 18500of the purchase rnOiy t 01 1h pt valunltle h9oLere V1I1ffllnW tgWehea 0 an I quired on behalf of American col lectors MARRIAOESioExpert on llfitrlmony Tells KowSlirV e4Lifei Marriage Is nn institution of the state therefore she should put if btitof1 littbotidsjof dsliriiy ity thnt peolil anjlorryenoh other in two days or A week says Mrs T IV O Connor ih Black arid White now many ntarritlgcs- would be broken olT Wthe nit tvj- qulred a three years engagement before people an married After all if a woman wants to become ti nun in two months no convent in tine world will accept her She must hi a novice fur two or three years during that time she has to stake nn examination of her conscience every tiny and to find out if she has n vocation for a nun Hut women and men marry with out theslightcsl preparation without the slightest thought of the fnturewhlle Dame Nature laughs nt her most odd pairings She wants herworld peopled that is her pslrt the urea and women who are illsufcd to each other are not her affair fliris and boys should be taught to look tipoi iiiarrlagoaH the most beautiful Hit happiest the most desirable 1111111111 most possible liing in the world toys should t e tniight to keep licit utlnds and their bodies SIW for the state which they will probably enter nnd fo hyve n setisse of protection nnd loyalty lo llltI and girls should be tnifglit industry self sacrillce and responsibility for the married state J Want n Lot Floristieopie expect eo much jfiig When they buyii plant most of t tit want us tothroivla IFlllnd Y9S f oft m expect us to Chicng1Sun Too Difficult Men wbonre puzzled the mightandto the here Overdoing ItsDont be too oatentatioufilyjjen D Iterit people lliul ithjird Jp I ll pnthize with a bore l uck 1V Electric Shocku frdm IMsc Teeth 1 t Ililso teeth have been known to geiiumle electricity in flit noiiiti cud to shock their wearer 111 tnftHIJ aid physician Only lust nceka gentleman came to Ilw and said he feared hewan get tingcjinierof I he tongue Such s yeti liOOtbng pains attack roes he sahdIhut often l utter loud oathsdn Ilie most unseemly plawR ry at tests before Ihe minlsteivand io on It is like Jinifo thrtlsts hoyou think Inin going to hosetmy longueV I found that twodlf ilt tnt ihelalH had been UHfd In fixing lhepoor IIIIIUH false teeth 4 1 These metals combining with till iiilivahndfnrniedn small battery Electricity generated in the hat t tery continually mill shock shock was administered to theftongue I painted Hit metals with 1 nn Insulating varnish Thereafter the satin had no mote trouble t SI Louis ilobiJiiinocrnt J I1nS1l11 Fox Hunting Old thnr hunters IlIl1rl1t Hrilain complain that fox hunting is no longer the sportll was be cnuse tlie foxes ore treated too ar tilleially Instead pf being al lowed to roam at will in search of fund Reynard is fed dad fastened In a Voverl for months Nrlien he omes to be limited he knows lit lie or nothing of the surrounding ouii try and Is too elisilVlAdledS Jowny 41No Itneonteura for Him Coming h oar sinner to night 1 Yes indeed Wouldnt think of inhssiug it Olnd of Unit There are to heypresent some famous raconteurs Are eh Hy the way Pvo just remembered I cant come Got an engagement to stay homennd play irlbbage with my inotlierlu low Chicago Sun- PARADE 1 LIKE A PICTURE Writer Who yhlifwSed German Fetea f DaclariEetIt4sinbled a Cre G t i RPn of Dore lu some indellnable way the iAioreout of u gray mist and then passed away into it again while the kaiser Will lord of this huge per 4t llnt of men sat stern and sflcnVwalchlng Ihe coming and going ssi3Hit writer in Westmins 1rt ter Gazette A great open pin l eluju withhigh billrVlu the fare drlftlngr a enfold and surround us 04 Out of these clouds and riiirtt mnrchj march march the men intliViilck elhaube The slight flhimmcr ol the steel of the fixed ntiyoneti first gives the idea thiiUthi mast moves In solid ovirwhelmlug columns of ponderous btendth anti depth they conic on the white trousers now showing up clearly like u crested wave Then we see Ihojr are soldiers not In battal lone but In divisions for fiOOOO f men ore on al us 11itltaswfnginthestepotanal most innntnra vigor tlreyapreaih across the plain and then vanish Into the mist milking up the mystery of iho picture So piss the infantry to the left a wondrous sight unfoldsj Far as the eye can reneion sccsI i1J1untIt is the petitions of thousands ofJt lancers Out of the emerge in stateliest progresst iwltli the tliundor of a myriad i hoofs giving forth Rounds ns of tian oncoming avalanche until t even this isdrowned htJc crash A of the massed bandnnn the troop I ers reach tliekalaerapresenco SIr Jjmss tho cavalry Next a 1frk v mass creeping up into vlbw and In 4 forni like a sinuous I0 nil f1 1hg 11 3IBntf on armor clashing brayed nstln i artilleryratthpast Ui6 saluting i point For thihours did this 6 great march of hq Gcrronns go A andmist 14 lure painted linn igantpfifiiiccan iA fInagipulionllft i j c H r t 1 C rBtrIthe Tva 1 1 1IInttu iI t 1 i a lhtf f1J i i F j f J i t t1I lt+ J