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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s- I1kr T I L1krY1ar t r T 11 L p 0 I prl v 4 1 Jk p iRJLRI t liltttf tb tpubliatt 7i eJob i Work a I ecialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a erg rJ 1906t No 25 1 ASSUME DUTIES t 1 li the New County Offi aL j For The First limcan RepablicaM t l fJercientyc t t tl i mnty oflit 41s umcd the Uttof their rp pective offices Mon4- tl morn it lIdklfT I flexcept Jailer tlearti executed csPtCltP fndsand took tlinthof office nd tho formalilC fl forf nto office only wi es I hem to become fun eu rteat After his office VM urns Id over to him Ifo o Miller Jiat1nco convenedU fl t thet a short whilenbusiness of the olyrt were marks on conv r at he had htHfor a- thatrm of four years ring that period tn 11 linty wpuld bl ittitealcable way with plea Jeemand eatisfactimtotle- aunty ptI- I Clerk W K llIIXY I t I ttg1 IJI his first IfIS work bi uutgoirig Clcnt M S Ilagland and able deputy U S Ragland and were all kept busy Mr Tinsle seemed at home in his new positior I and worked away during 4 I d CountjAttorneyE M Woodward VSheriff R B Martin Superintends 1 LBt J M DeWeese Coroner GeromcI Allen Assessor S W Leach an 3 lailer Oscar Midklft had less rush1 fbuilnsand more timotoacknowl- f withedgeiJte hiesBeardhey were not present the for e t ing gone to Frankfort to bein attendance of the Legislature ank the latter was detained at home lI08t- of the Magistrates were on hand to ibo in attendance at Fiscal CoVrt tuesday ihis is the first time i thr 1 he county that at he tWQ Republicansa led towitnc i y8 lation seemly to move u I ness an air of satii faction in lCoaing this new oVder of tt ng rJischarKiII of L Z Tappan will tat + I I have filed settlement of said tale I in the Ohjo County court to discharge me from said trust and relic e me I from all liability on account th ereof This January 1st 1906 25t4 D B RHOADS Assignee tIt CHARLES C BEARD I a Representative of Ohio County I I t MOS 1eyJobnsOfvuptll- eIt I r mlf Johnson were united marriage the brides home near Sulphur jgs Rev J Frank Baker offi c I Quito a large crowd 01 If Is and relatives attended th ing MqIt most popular andj attractiv communityL Mrs riuto aPWP OS f I t iioiigratuate each Oft Inning Y A 1 r tiI such a nobel companion to share I their joys and sorrows through life A FRIEND I AppointecTDeputy Marshal Loyall P Bennett of Owensboro was appointed field deputy Tuesday by George W Long United States marshal to succeed Charles T Nich ols of Owensbore who resighed the first of the year Mr Bennett is a brother to Senator A S Bennett of this county He took the oath of office Tuesday and left for Owens b ro that night I SPANISH TREASURE Party of Mexicans Said to Have Made a Big Find in a Caveat Pond Run McHenry Ky Jan 3Eight welldressed Mexicans arrived near Poud Run about seven miles west of tentnand finally located a small cave just at the foot of a high hillabou Theyy an iron box which when opened rc Spanisyh dividedepresence sever al reputables citizens of the neigh borhood The latter say that the nod amounted to a large sum wdas war er W B TAYLOR Judge of Ohio County RENDER Jan 2Davld Wadkins Central City was here last Wednesday Milton Centers Linton Ind where as last Wednesday Arthur Francis Herrin 111was WednesdayJnoAndrew Mercer were in Central last Thursday- R B Burton left for Linton Ind last Thursday where he has gone to workSimon Jones and Jno S Spence went to Central City on legal busi ness last Sunday Mrand Mrs J W Til ford spent the day in Horse Brach last Sunday Visiting relatives and friends Jno T Jeffrey and wife and Klee Pierce and wife returned to their homes in Herrin Ill after spending the holidays with Mr and Mrs R J Engleby and family Morgan Jenkins Luzerne was yesterdayMiss Shrader is visiting relatives in Butler county Hywel Davis Srf Louisville is the guest of his grandson Hywel JonesEdward Evan Burton ofthis place and Miss Amelia Southard of Pren resiJdencedaughter of Mr and Mrs W H Southardandone of Prentis fairest young women while Mr Burton is the son of Mr and Mrs G W Burton and a promising ounsr man employed by the CC L Co at this place as mechanic and carpenter Rev G J Bean Hartford said the words thafci made them one We wish them rhuch joy and happiness throughput heir married life e JIM HOWARD LOSES Sppreme Court Sustain Lifes Sen tence in the Penitentiary Howard Cheerful Washington D C Jan 2 supreme court of the United States today sustained the Kentucky courts including the Franklin circuit cou and the court of appeals in the cas of James B Howard against th state of Kentucky Howard is now under sentence of confinement in the penitentiary for life for killing William Goebel at Frankfort on Jar uary 30 1900 Howard appealed because one juror was said to have conversed with a person not a member of the jury about the case after he was worn The appeal is not sustained and Howard loses his last hope escaping his sentence of lifeimpri sonmentIn interview after learning t action of the Supreme Court lIown said slowly and deliberately with trace of emotion- I hardly expected a decisi from the Supreme Court as early as this If it be true that my ha resort has failed me I can only an that I am a victim of circumstances and that I am entirely innocent any complicity in the assasainati- of William Goebel I have made gallent fight and I have lost shall go to prison withfathe blood of my f As soon as I have consulted wi my lawyer Mr William M Smith will prepare a statement for the public I shall be guided by t advice of my counsel as to what shall say but if he will allow me do so I shall make public a few af i avits that will produce a sensation Mr Toward intimated that the affidavits would deal with his three trials in the State Court Supprvto The Homeless D ndMrs E W Ford a- unw palenlertainmentattheirho- onGlainstreet 1 on New Years eve ing Anelaborate supper wasjrepar ed and an invitation given f o all those gentlemen who are living in Hartford that have ns fixed homes The plah was a novel one and those who a tended report a most pleasant social affair The geniality of the host and the affability of the hostess ed in making the homeless fees home at least once All present feel deeply indebted to the Doctor and his estimable wife Those who were invited were Messrs Jas M DeWeese E L Bui lington L C Goreing Ed Foresyth Herbert Chinn Marvin E Crabtree Cleve Her E G rasa W A Duncan L M Sandet and R IlerIA Sof EResolutions Death of Bro McCormick Whereas Nocreek local W No1jA S of E has lost one of its mo 3 worthy members by death Therefore be resloved 1st while we bow in submission to Hi who doeth all things well yet regret the death of our worthy B R R McCormickI2nd That in the death of our Br s our local W has lost a most worth i R I3 MART1 She if ofOhip County I 1bii i member and our neighborhood mostYiorthy neighbor and citizen we extend to the wid membersofour heartfelt sympathy in this their sad bereavement in the loss ef their son and Brother- e 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be spread on the minutes of our ourtpa beedeceased J P FOSTER j W F STEVENS Com SoF WALLACE NOBLES SURRENDER As Soon as Judge Hargis Retired Alleged Murderers Surrender Promisei 1Jacksonhhorsemenno becamer1Jake Jerry and Green Noble with twentyyon the charge of killing Deputy Sher weekson sinceIwere thetwere JudgeIdgvt Teyhad scarcely entered up dutieswhenI isdthnto rt i many yeare W 1 yNARROWSJan Fred Miles of Olaton wilK o to Mexico next andIre it is hoped healthn1 Springsr hasInearibridge across Rough river at Ambrose ford was athauled out from here this week and erected atones E G Kirby has returned from Augusta Arkansas Where he was called by a telegram last week an nouncing the death by drowning of his brother S W Kirby Mr Kir by lost his life ina heroic effort to theuratWhiteKirbyhadd callinlfored the bridge back for the train and atholding a red flag aloft he was at placem j thewsageC0neer to a stand till and wait for the bridge watchers ysignal to go ahead but when Mr Kir that ithe engineer was res pecting neither he took a fatal risk to lock the bridge before the reck less train crew plunged into the river It is believed that Mr Kirby was killed by the locoiriotive before he dropped into the river as witnesses to the tragedy say his body never rose to the surface Mr Kirbys body has not at this writing been recovered The train was do railed on the bridge and the ertgi beer against whom a charge bf negligence has been lodged escaped to parts unknown A lady who witnessed the horrible accident says thtyengineer was asleep The ftimethat StateSII001lxJemthe Till d KiItIVwlllfi aI3u- w t j 1 w J- l1 Jc I lt I J aMr WERE A FleissnersKIDNEYS SOAKED WITH CATARRH 5 x L Pe=ru=na Promptly Cured Hiln j 1 A t Mr Otto A riel8ner American EpicureanlateChoftoOolWJCoady Buffalo Bill now chef at the Seattle Wash writes i I suffered with kidney and bladder trouble until life did net seem worth living I had tried many Medioinei but did not get any re lief until I took Peruna It was really wonderful how muck better Iwas after I had used this medicine only a week I did not expect that itwould help me permanently but as long as it was doing me pod I sea ithaaoertainly have a splendid medicine and I gladly endorse itotto At Heissner Catarrh ef the Kidneys a Common Disease Kidney Trouble Often Falls to Be Retarded as Catarrh by Physicians Catarrh of the kidney la very common Indeed It is a pity that this fact U not better known to the physicians aa as well as to the people TheytakeThey sever once think of catarrh Kid ney disease and catarrh are seldom as sociated la thojBilndeftbe people and alas they are not very often associated I PERUNA CURES CATARRH or THE KIDNEYS In the mludeofthe- phyetelane Too- fewphylolanl recognize catarrh of the kidneysI They doctor for some thing else They try this remedy and that remedy The trouble may be catarrh all the time A few bottles of Pe DUo would care them Ask Your Druggist For Free Parana Almanac For 1906 ff NEW FISCAL COURT Much Important Business Being Transacted Personnel oTtne Members Ohio countys new Fiscal Court convinced in court hall Tuesday morning with all members except Esq Nicholas Barress present and went at once to business The Court is composed of representative men who are dealing with matters that abUltyanddispatch county which are properly presented- are being allowed but the court has signified its intention to knock all bagus and nonmeritorious claims Skyhigh There are several diff icult matters which will come befo the court that have not yet been passed none of which is relative to the payment for e1traworkdon on the abutmentaforthe jron bridge across Indian Camp creek The old Fiscal Court at its meeting last Saturday allowed the amount due the contractor under his contract for construction and he is now asking the new court to allow for the bal ance of tho work A poorhouse keeper almshouse physician and county treasurer have been elected Mr C R Stevens for poorhouse keeper Dr A F Stanley for physician and Mr John T Moore for treasurer Tho court will probably continue i the remainder of the week The personnel and age of theorem bers and attaches of the court are as Judge W B Taylor age efticeislproiding agc42Ii Chamberlalnnage 47 un Edr I 1128 I i Her rtRender ij 1aIit11ep tiC EDoddt- ti v oj r Peruna Removes the Cause of the Kidney TreiiWe athefrom the kidneys Catarrh la the ease of kidney difficulty Remove the HUM and you remove the effect With unerring accuracy Poruaa goes right to the spot The kidneys are soon doing their work with perfect regularity Thousands ef Tefittmenlats lThooja dsof tlsapBlals ttqm peo i piewnbhayiihad Itldney dlaeaae rySli had gonobeyopdtheeonolofthephys- tetan are received by Dr Hartman every year giving Poruna the whole rr praise for marvelous cures f 0il Ohio a All correspondence held strictly COB i ManUal + l r h I ward County Attorney age 28 W S i i Tinsley Clerk age 36 nB Martin I Sheriff age 35 and Oscar MfdkiffxJailer ago 86ij r nBurstt iMKW1ealalhlpj r Wutu a 1FHarriS dilts Jackson Kyi Jan 2Pcaceagainrreigns in Breathitt a meeting held last night atthe yes Hargis 1 agreed upon a compromise by the terms of which the contests aretto be dismissed and the Rew u1J1in omcialswiUretainpO lon of the Breathitt county offices 10 The people are rejoicing over the i outcome and the jmpreesion i prevails t willre f settle down to sand unite in agen rat effort to advance the mall- terial development of the county t fn iI i c j tDCJ r Lr r friI t 2- rnl + t K1W- I 9 1 1to 1 y t iI 41 F 4 i S rt t l jjT+ r 2 j1 1 Lt Sr j It 4 jttttzrtfrk Uqrnbluan Ii Lj i Fine Job Work a Specialty lh IT IS Mill YOU IILL IINDIT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription l a YoL f3 VL YYIII HAltTFOliD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARYS 1906 No r ASSUME DUTIES I i r I i Do the New County Official I For The First Time all r Republicanst The recently elected county officials assumed the duties of their re spective offices Monday morning t All except Jailer Oscar MidkilT had already executed their respective bonds and took the oath of office i and the formality of induction into office only was necessary for them to become full fledged officials After his office was formally turn ed over to him by the outgo ing Judge Miller Judge Taylor at once convened county court and in a short while disposed of the S business of the term His only remarks on convening court were that he had been elected for a 1 term of four years and hoped that during that period the affairs of the i county would be looked after in an amicable way with pleasure to self and satisfaction to the I a County Clerk W S Tiniley IIo assisted in his first days wor outgoing Clerk M S Ragland- tI able doputy U S Ragland and they Jo were all kept busy Mr Tiijisky seemed at home in his new po ition ntirotr Sheriff R Bi Martin Superin end IJ ent J M DeWeese Coroner G rome i Allen Assessor S W Lead and Jailer Oscar MidkifT had less rushI of business and more time toacV nowl I edge congratulations and speal with friends Representative u C f Beard and Surveyor Nathaniel Mox k ley were not present the former having gone to Frankfort to be in at tendance of the Legislature and the latter was detained at home Moat fOf 11e li i tratest ti ouro 31 B1 urndnticeat Fiscalou t Tues ayIThis is the first time in the of the county t1 the Jfficials have been Kepulticans and tile vast crowd of the countys ba izens that assembled to vitness stal lation seemed to move awlth ledgit Notice OT Dlhclli The creditors of tht IHSS testate of L T Tappan will take n Jlce that = I have filed settlement of wi n estate in the Ohio County court to j charge e me from said trust gianteve me from all liability on faccl thereof 41 This January 1st lp 25tl D B Rilo DIlgnee DLa Moseiey Johnson Nuptiie- MA Oh Sunday Dec 24 at 1030 am BsMr Willie CMoseleyai Miss Laura at B Johnson were unitnmarriage Sprli at the brides home r r S lpht r ciatO Springs Rev J Fran Bak r om frien dated Quite a larg era d of wecfu friends and relatives tend d the Mff wedding aridl Miss Johnson is a dauj liter df Mr ofyouyoungladles of the omit Mr Moseley Is the onlson o Mrs E PMoscley and Is pip roux 1 farmer We congratulate eacha wii nip 4f such a nobel companion to share their joys and sorrows through life A FIHEND iAPpointed Deputy Marshal Loyall P Bennett of Owensboro was appointed field deputy Tuesday by George W Long United States marshal to succeed Charles T Nich ols of Owensbore who resighed the first of the year Mr Bennett is a brother to Senator A S Bennett of this county lie took the oath of office Tuesday and left for Owens boro that night- SPANISH TREASURE Party of Mexicans Said to Have Made a Big Find In a Caveat Pond Run McHenry Ky Jan 3Eight welldressed Mexicans arrived near Poud Run about seven miles west of here Friday and pitched a tent They spent some time prospecting and finally located a small cave just at the foot of a high hill about three miles from Green River They began digging in the cave andstruck an iron box which when opened revealed a large quantity of Spanish coinThe coin was counted and divided on the spot in the presence of sever al reputables citizens of the neigh borhood The latter say that the find amounted to a large sum It is asserted that the money was burled by a Mexican war paymast er W B TAYLOR Judge of Ohio County Jan 2 RENDERiCity Milton was here last Wednesday i wFhereJnb Hoskins and Andrew Merter were in Central last Thursday R B Burton left for Linton Lev last Thursday where he has goo ti work Simon Jonesand Jno S Sec e went to Central City on legallb sit ness last Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Til ford Alien t 1daYvisiting Pierce and wife returned to their homes m Herrin lilt after spending the holidays with Mr and Mrs R J Engleby and family Morgan Jenkins Luzerne was yesterdayMiss Shrader is visiting relatives in Butler county Hywel Davis Sr Louisville is the guest of his grandson Hywel JonesEdward Evan Burton of this place and Miss Amelia Southard of Pren tis were married at theF brides residence onDecember 24th She is the daughter of Mr aid Mrs W H Southard and one fairest young women while Mr Burton Is the son of Mr and Mrs GW Burton and a promising young man em ployed by the CC LCpat this place as mechanic and carpenter Rev GJ Bean Hartford said the words that made them one We wish them much joy and happiness throughout their married life 4 JIM HOWARD LOSES Supreme Court Sustain Lifes Sen tence in the Penitentiary Howard Cheerful Washington D C Jan 2Tho supreme court of the United States today sustained the Kentucky courts including the Franklin circuit court and the court of appeals in the case of James B Howard against the state of Kentucky Howard is now under sentence of confinement in the penitentiary for life for killing William Goebel at Frankfort on January 30 1900- Howard appealed because one juror was said to have conversed with a person not a member of the jury about the case after he was sworn The appeal is not sustained and Howard loses his last hope of escaping his sentence of life impri sonmentIn interview after learning the action ofthe Supreme Court Howard said slowly and deliberately with no trace of emotion- I hardly expected a decision from the Supreme Court as early as this If it be true that my last resort has failed me I can only say that I am a victim of circumstances and that I am entirely innocent of any complicity in the assassination of William Goebel I have made a gallent fight and I have lost I shall go to prison unsmirched with the blood of my fellowman As soon as I have consulted with my lawyer Mr William M Smith I will prepare oa statement for the public I shall be guided by the advice of my counsel as to what I shall say but if ho will allow me to do so I shall make public a fewaffid avits that will produce a sensation Mr Howard intimated that theIt- w W d1 ttl+ trials fartbe Btatectfc + Supper to The Homeless Dr and Mrs E W Ford gave an unusual entertainment at their home on Main street on New Years even ing Anelaborate supper was prepared and an invitation given to all those gentlemen who are living in Hartford that have nM fixed homes The plan was a novel one andthose who at tended report a most pleasant social affair The geniality of the host and the affability of the hostess unit ed in making the homeless feel at home at least once All present feel deeply indebted to the Doctor and his estimable wife Those who were invited were Messrs Jas MDeWeese E L Bul lington L C Goreing Ed Foresyth Herbert Chinn Marvin Moseley E Crabtree Cleve Her E G Bar rass W A Duncan L M Sandefur and R Her 0 A S of E Resolutions on Death of Bro McCormick Whereas Nocreek local W No 1 A S of E has lost one of its most worthy members by death Therefore be itresloyed1st That while we bow in submission to Him who doeth all things well yet we regret the death of our worthy Bro R R McCormick 2nd That in the death of our Bro our local W has lost a most worthy Rij MARTIN I Sheriff of 0hio County va member and our neighborhood most Worthy neighbor and citizen 3rdrThat we extend to the widowed mother and all other members of theI ofour deceased Bro ovr heartfelt sypathyJn this their sad bereavement in the loss ef their son and Brother 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be spread onjthe minutes of our local Wanda copy be sent by our Secretaryto each of our county pa pers for publication and a copy be sent t1the immediate family of the d ceas J P FOSTER W F STEVENS Com S F WALLACE NOBLES SURRENDER As Soon as Judge Hargis Retired Alleged Murderers Surrender According to Promise Jackson Jan 1 Jackson wJenlivened this morning by the eritryof a cavalcade of horsemen armed with Winchesters and pistols Excitement subsided When it became known tljat the party consistedof Jake Jerry and Green Noble with their armed bodyguard twenty strong who came to surrender up onthe charge of killing Deputy Sher iff Grant Holliday about three weeks ago The Nobles haute been hiding since the murder claiining that they were not willing to bearfested until the new county officials were inducted in to office The new County Judge and associates assumed the Ireins today They had scarcely entered up oathq dischirgeoftheir duties when Nblcs nrrived and surrendered fJuio new Republican Jailer whd is tkfirst Republican who has held onftceinunanyyears o 1- fR t rtfRMWJJL 111r ifndEIisFrezlMil of OJaton will go td Mexico next week Mrs Miles isA an invalid and is going to Mexico where it is hoped the climate may restore her health Mrs Miles parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Murphy of Sulphur Springs will go W A Murphy of this place has moved to his fathers farm near Sulphur Springs The steel for the bridge across Roughriver at Ambrose ford was hauled out from here this week and will be erected at once E G Kirby has returned from Augusta Arkansas where he was called by a telegram last week announcing the death by drowning of his brother S W Kirby Mr Kir by lost his life in a heroic effort to save the lives of a train crew on the Iron Mountain road He was bridge watchman at the Augusta bridge at White river A steamer having whistled for the bridge Mr Kirby had begun to turn it when he heard the whistle of a freight train calling for the bridge He hurriedly turned the bridge back for the train and holding a red flag aloft he was at temptingto lock the bridge in place The rules of the road as well as the laws of the State required the engi neer to bring his train to a stand still and wait for the bridge watchers s signal to go aheadbut when Mr Kirby saw that the engineer was res pecting neither he took a fatal risk to lock the bridge before the reckless train crew plunged into the riv er It is believed that Mr Kirby was killed by the locomotive before he dropped into the river as wit negses to thy tragedy say his bod never rose to the surface Mr Kirbys body has not at this writin been recovered The train was derailed on the bridge and the engi neer against whom a charge of criminal negligence has been lodged escaped to parts unknown A lady who witnessed the horrible accident says the engineer was asleep The train crew had been running over time on account of recent floods in that State r O A IB 00XI X Se =QZ Mr flcrsKIDNEYS woes SOAKED CATARRH Pe=ru=na Promptly Cured Him Mr Otto A PleUsner Americans Epicurean late Chef to Col W J Ooidy j Buffalo Bill now chef at the Rainier drand Hotel Seattle Wash write r- I suffered with kidney and bladder trouble until life did xotieeait worth living I had tried many medicine but did not get any rrS lief until I took Perana It was really wos erful how muck Wtter 1 was after I had used this medicine only a week I did not eipeet tbarit u would help me permanently but aslong as it was doing me goad I eon I tinned to use it At the end of jx months I fbuad to my relief that it had rid my system of all pot ne and that I was eared to stay cored TM 1 certainly have a splendid skeins and I gladly endorse it1ottel FleiesaerflfCatarrh of the Kidneys a Cemmen Disease KMitey TronWc 8tci falls to Be Rei rirf i Catarrh by PhyskkHwV i Catarrh of the kidneys Is very com moalndeed Jtlsa pity tl t tills fact Uaot bettor known to the phyrtsiani M aa well as to the people People have kWaey dlseaels They take f he Bg tH better 80DtdIUI lYlbk e4 l ark Ktd ley di v reie dom M ociatealsihetiey nett iIi 1i IVl h TilE Q KIDNEYSYewp t itirabatarrh I of the kidney They doctor tot ome thing elao They try thU remedy and that remedy The trouble may be catarrh all the time A few botttoB of Pd runs would cure thorn IAsk Your For Free Paruna Almanac ForlOpfli to NEW FISCAL COURT Much Important Business Being Transacted Personnel of the Members Ohio countys new Fiscal Court convinced in court hall Tuesday morning with all members except Esq Nicholas Barress present and went at once to business The Court is composed of representative men who are dealing with matters that come before them with ability and dispatch All just claims against the county which are properly are being allowed but the court has signified its intention to knock all bagus and nonmeritorious claims Sky high There are several difficult matters which will come before the court that have not yet been passedonone of which is relative to the payment for extra work done on the abutments for the iron bridge across Indian Camp creek The old Fiscal Court at its meeting last Saturday allowed the amount due the contractor under his contraction construction and ho is now asking the new court to allow for the bal ance or tho work A poorhouse andycounty treasurer have been elected poorhousegkeeper Dr A F Stanley for physi clan ahd Mr John T Moore for treasurer The court will probably continue the remainder of the week The personnel and age of the mem bers and attaches of the court are as follows judge W B Taylor age 58 who by virtue of his ofliceis pre siding officer Justices W SO Dean age 42 Ben S Chamberlainago 47 W R Edgeago38JIerberERender age 33 WJj Miller age 61 and John Miles age 47 Officers E MWood I perun Bewwwes th Cat eefttley Kldney T b e strikes at the eeatca ot thedlfficuliybyeradfeating the MtMibS from tho kidney Catarrh Is MM of kidney dlfflcalty ReaieTe the eu and you remove tie effect With un erring accuracy foroa goes right to the spot The kida are soon doing their work with perfectre mlarlky Thebsae4o erTeethxoniaktThoaiapd of t wiw bedkli111f 4taeMeewwhleh Addrew Dr Haitman 2reeldeat ot The Hartman Sanitarium OolumbM Ohio Allcprreflpondenco hell atrleUyooa fldeatUI Druggist presented ward County Attorney age28 WS 1 Tinsley Clerk ag36 R B Martin Sheriff age 35 and Oscar Midriff C Jailer age 36 v Ja T0nBeira the lie Kld BIture at yW 0Hargis Qalts Jackson Ky Jan 2Peaceagain I reigns in Breathitt county At a meeting held last night at the re dence of exCounty Judge Hwr gis the contestants and coritoateeo agreed upon a compromise bytfce terms of which the contests are to be dismissed and the new Republican officials will retain poeseeeionof the Breatliitt county offices The people are rejoicing over the outcome and the impressionpreyailsyt u t that all the discordant forces will settle down to busineesan4 unite in a general effort to advance the material development of the county r EM WOOD County Athroax of f tIr r qN 1 r r lK r I 1 r DREAMED OF A GIRL Three Times and a Man Travels Across the Continent to Find Herr Ponvfr 1ojt A dream is a slight thing to send a man across half a continent in search of a maiden but a dream thrice repeated has brought William B Huntsford of Portland Ore to Denver and will cause his return to this city from Chicago the latter part of the month 1 suppose most people would call me crazy but when I was a boy back in Des Moines I went to school and fell in love with a girl classmate of mine said Mr Hundsford Both of us left Des Moines she going to Nebraska with her folks while I went to Oregon to grow up with the conntry We never corresponded as I lost her address and neglected asking mutural friends for It La ter when I made the attempt to find her all trace of her was lost Several weeks ago I had a dream of meeting my old classmate in a strange city I had never been in the citydepicted in dream but there were high buildings trolley cars and hum of city life deadened somewhat J by a light fall of snow The dream made a vivid impression on me and it returned twice always the same hap py meeting with my old sweetheart I could not place it but one day when I happened to pick up a booklet sent out by some of the Denver com mercial organizations I saw a street scene labeled seventeenth street Denver which was the one of my dreamsHaving some business in Chicago I decided to stop over several days in Denver but when I reached here learned that the winters were mild and snow not falling until late in the winter That dream of mine was a snow dream and I have faith enough in it to know that I will meet my classmate here some time I am coming back here the latter part of this month and will wait until the last snowstorm of the season has swept over the city if I do not meet the girl I used to go to school with back Des Moines State of ssLucusFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember A D 1886 SealA W GLEASGN Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Odd Bits of Information One of the demands of waiters on strike in St Petersburg is two meals a day The chair used by Nepoleon at St Helena was sold in London recently for 5S- This notice is shown in the shop of an English grocer Notice The credit department is closed for re pairs Steam ox and steam camel fire the names given to automobiles by the natives of German Southwest AfricaThe Roman Catholic Bishops of Ireland have issued a circular to be td in all the chaples of the four r inces warning the young goner oticn against the evils of emigration- A young man named Gautier mur ell his stepfather recently at Nan t France in order that the term of YtiTvico as n conscript might b- eis 1 as the only son ofa There hay been this year a modest 11of the beet sugar industry in Uiturio and farmers have raised more beets than the factories can- t ke care of The present crop is UJvcn from about 15000 acres and I 4 valued it 500000 f An Italian student having lost all- is inonov at gambling table kill jri Nice recently leaving on a table in his room written on a card the words Rien ne va plus the phraseused by the croupiers to announce that no more bets may be made Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fever and the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membrances Cleaning soothing and healing One trial will convince you of its healing power Price 50c All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York 07 f3TOXsteA Bear theThl Kind You Haw Always Sotn Bicuture 1I or Sunflower Philosophy Some men are such good husbands that they make poor employes- A man whose wife always speaks of him as He is never henpecked How respectful courteous and polite a man is when he is looking for a favor One of the greatest problems to a man is what became of the money he earned six months ago After next Monday a picture of Santa Claus in a newspaper will remind you of the dead All that keeps people from com mitting suicide Christmas eve is a curiosity to learn the worst next dayWhat has become of the oldfash ion boarder who kissed all the land ladys children goodby whenever he went away It seems that when you have paid your last bill the premium for set tling the debt is either a shovel or a crownA goes into a store to buy a 25cent sunbonnet but the clerk isnt a good one unless she sells her a 10 hat For coughs and colds no remedy is equaly to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tarthe Liquid Cold Cure It is different from all others better because it expels all cold from the system by acting as a cath artic on the bowels Gives strength to weak lungs Affords immediate relief in Croup Coughs Codls etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro JASTORLABean toe TtiaKindYRiHaw AlwarsBoKli slgare YiI Her Poor Boy Why are you weeping Mrs FlummeryMy boy she sobbed What has happened Dont dont tell me that he is dead No He has just started away to college Think what theyll be doing to him by this time next week p- One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne griffin Bro DO YOU GET UP WITH A LADlE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable- Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to of the wonderful Co by Dr SwampRoot kidney remedy the great medi of the nine century dis of research by Kilmer the kidney and blad and wonderfully ucce promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid troubles and Brights which Is the worst corm of kidney Dr Kilmer s Is not recommended for Thecures If you have kid ney or It will be found Just the remedy you It h3 tested In so many ways work In private practice among too poor to pur relief and so successful In every case that a arrangement has bern made by t rf this paper who have 10 it ray have a sample both sent mai also a book telling m Cut and how to find out ii y a nag or bladder trouble Vhen writing this generous In this paper I send your address Dr Kilmer I hamton N Y made liver after years eml is liver been chase offer regular fifty cent and nomeof noot ggtstsDontthe name SwampRoi t Dr Ilmers SwampRoot and the airess a N Y on every bolUe 1 t Official Vote of Ohio CountyNovember 7 i90fJ I For- nepreentatlre IJur I on JorII nr I I I I I JI I I II1 East Hartford 144 173 7 l3a 18U 5 HI 175 1JI un 7 155 lli5 7 145 171 M 14317f 11n16 l4J 172 8 14J 1702 West Hartford 107 161 2 96 178 2 90172101168 8113160 2109101 4111 1591 2 1113 Beda 92 115 9 9S lU 5 85 127 U4 116 81 101 109 6 102 105 7 93 114 S j 114 93 J13 93 1ffJi4 Sulphur Surings 99 1421 3 101 140 8 101 141 102 138 1 107 139 1 021J 2 110 137 2 G 150 100 I3 t 2 1015 Mngan 37 17 42 73 11 36 77 88 75 1240 76 11 87 76 12 40 7a 1010 75 i6 Cromwell 60 117 3 59 118 3 59 118 62 IF 3 IZ 133 4 60 116 6 45 130 I 11960 l7 Cool Springs 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West Fordsvllle 116 114i 5 106 1611 7 1Ot 125 10Gj 121 G 111 117 7 102 127 Ii 108 15S Ii lfal 20 iEtnaville 75 6 76 3 72 43 86 5 74 42 5 7li 40 5 73 40 127 t 101 119 21 Shreve G3 781 7 73 71 1 70 75 78 71 1 GO 1 70 76 1 72 71 1 51f0 Ai 40 22 0laton G1 81 2 59 8h 3 60 84 Gl SO 2 641 75 8 62 78 2 G3 76 2 59I 1 23 Buford SO 89 7 821 42 4 78 42 78 46 5 40 6 SG 36 li 83 405i 9I 80 79 24 Bartlett 116 103 11 f14 lOa 8 112 107 119 103 21 0 1 4ll lU3a26 Ceralvo 42 42 3 47 391 2 49 39 44 40 8 47 39 3 48 13 8 42 ti r S 1 13 42 27 Point Pleasant 36 52 1 26 1 33 G6 m 52 1 33 56 1 37 50 1 38 50 I 371X31 112 a 28 Narrows 77 G5 8 76 74t 75 6j74i 67 76 67 69 G9 62 I 701L 1 37 HI 29 Ralph 9G 83 18 106 83 11 95 86 102 83 12 103 85 10 98 81 12 95 II 9G 701 8i30 Prentis 75 60 3 74i lil 2 7251i 74 50 2 72 511 2 74 50 2 63 t I r+ 2 1 81 Herbert 66 2S 2 701 27 1 67 28 1 67 29 1 G6 28 1 67 28 l 71IfIi I7tG A9 32 Arnold 39t8 1 88 7S1 38 t9 1 81 11as 79 1 40t6 3 l 28 33 Render 27 89 3 28 91i 2 17 93 3 361 91 87 4 28 3 31 811 f 78 1 40 Y 87 3 2S 88Y 25283135MajoritiesYELLOW FEVER IN TEXAS New Yorker Arrives in Galveston With Disease From Cuba Galveston Jan IPatrick Fox a passenger on the Titlis which arriv ed from Havana last Sunday is at the John Scaly hospital issolated and screened suffering from yellow fe ver Several heavy frosts have fall en removing all fear that the disease will spread Two yellow fever pa tients were brought here last Janu ary from the South America port but no alarm was felt in Galveston Fox is a mechanic He had resided in New York for several years and from that city went to Havana where he remained for eighteen days He came from Havana to Galveston a passenger on the Titlis He was moved to the hospital yesterday morning and today the diagnosis was concurred in by experts C4STOnX4Beari sheThe Kind You Han Aloars BflijIS BIpaure IJPor I Sentence Sermons I Good cheer chokes many a fear You are never rich enough to spurn love- Sacrifice gives a heavenly grace to any gift The glowing vision comes in lowly READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I would like to become your agent for the sale of your med icine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possible ED DRAFFENI A TEXAS WONDER- One I small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheunm tism and all irregularities of tho kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment andsel dom fails tp cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer IYO box 629 office 2931 Olive St Louis Mo I Far CoAtfy 81 as serviceThe of the earth will have no sour virtues True charity knows nothing of ab sent treatment Angels are always singing where love is working God has only one school for char acter that of daily life The happiness reaped today depends on that sown yesterday They hear best the angels songs who listen for earths sighs There is no hiding from the sub poenas of the court of concience Tears in the eyes are often tele scopes that bring heaven near at handNThere is no happiness all this world if there is none in the heart The heart that burns with love is the only thing that overcomes ha tred I f JorIIFor Iur Feeds j at ee n grand tiling to have clour i to noble birth but some of thosi1 who have it go while till mnn who has a nice soft berth gets fut CASTOR I For and The Kind You A Always Bough j the- Blgnatare of IHAIcSIs It true you look old P Th then use Hair Renewer an of life to your ha j Grand Prize tfJft BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE r Machines 750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to s6T- he Oraphophono reftroduooa kinds of perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes rI etc Is an source amusement Q C hoar orlglnul Loud U nrlvnled M uelcal B rllllunt nsplrlne A ttractlvo IImNInIIrUNalalaN1 IIIIIN1 Nobody hungry lowbred political AInfant Children Have Bears want Halls early restored p music endless INXInIYINK auINYIYNIXXsuINN1IXNXIIIYXYINwCOLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder Records L IIIIXNiul n11NlellbbpnpIll NIXIU NIUINNO1 I Ii IlutonerI Hnr1f 1171611091546 73 7w 710I 41 84 81 7813S b in to Cylinder It IIXIN i I rAYand WrlteroroarOOIFIDENTIA1LETTER INMIOIATeRNRNPOrONPATINTABILITY tend Patent LAn write r118 at 50J607 7lli St WASHION h Sulu gibe for TtIE RIllI1IICAN iA IIRenewerurgrayhalr the dork rich co ri i 4d Ii flolumbla flraps 9iJes r f ail of 125CNINIYIUNINIH1INI IN III I I it Ir 1 r f Ruchf rtnlnlni ctptlvattng- I utWgnrlnno osnantt i- uporhr iII htlu 1 I l i yI1NIN YIIIIIYIIIIIIIMNI1 12501NI IX INK XIIYNIN NI NIIIIIN I COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Inch SO cent ouch 5 dozeni JOJncli 1 each IOVp4fdo cn Cvrand Oporu Records tmndo 1 IQlnch dIscs only 2 ouch I I I Send for larssl mttogue of machIne anti record Wo hmvo mil tho nowoal popular hit InGolh mtylem of rucordm cylinder and dlc1 4 Columbia Phonograph Company H7IW West fourth Street CINC NAJj 0- raitif PrizrESLL a 19414 1- I 11i rev 1r 1 t r- J1 JJ11 = 1 r3 I I 1 i- Ite411Y1 r t tII- Iytt 1 REAMED OF A GIRL r firee Times and a Man Travels JAcross the Continent Find Her tto1Onv r 11 YV dream is a slight thing to sen- dmifoss half a continent in ata maiden but a dream hrice repeated has brought William 1 Huntsford of Portland Ore to env r and will cause his return to his city from Chicago the latter art of the month Ii suppose most people would call is crazy but when I was a boy back in Des Moines I went to school and ell in love with a girl classmate of tine said Mr Hundsford Both f us left Des Moines she going t I Nebraska with her folks while I vent to Oregon to grow up with the onntry We never corresponded is I lost her address and neglected isking mutural friends for it La ter when I made the attempt to find ier all trace of her was lost Several weeks ago I had a dream f meeting my old classmate in a trange city I had never been in he city depicted in dream but there were high buildings trolley cars and hum of city life deadened somewhat by a light fall of snow The dream made a vivid impression on me and it returned twice always the same hap- Py with my old sweetheart I could not place it but one day when I happened to pick up a booklet sent out by some of the Denver com mercial organizations I saw a street scene labeled seventeenth street Denver which was the one of my dreamsHaving some business in Chicago I decided to stop over several days in Denver but when I reached here learned that the winters were mild and snow not falling until late in the winter That dream of mine was a snow dream and I have faith enough in it to know that I will meet my classmate here some time I am coming back here the latter part ofI this month and will wait until the last snowstorm of the season has swept over the city if I do not meet the girl I used to go to school with back Des Moines State of Ohio City of Toledo M- Lucufe County f fFtankJ Cheney Ti aVes oathrtKt IS is senior partner of the firm off J Cheney Co doing business- in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catanh Cure- FRANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Cth day of De cember A D 1886 SealA w GLEASGN Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the System Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation Odd Ditsof Information One of the demands of waiters on strike in St Petersburg is two neals a day The chair used by Nepoleon at StI Helena was sold in London recently for 58- This notice is shown in the shop of an English grocer NoticeThe credit department is closed for repairs Steam ox and steam camel are the names given to automobiles by the natives of German Southwest AfricaThe Roman Catholic Bishops of Ireland have issued a circular to be tv wl in all the chaples of the lout pr winces warning the young gener ation against tho evils of emigrationY A young man named Gautier murdered his stepfather recently at Nan tes FrMi3 in order that the tern of his sc vie n conscript might bea oar year 10 the Iin ofa widrvThere has been this year a modest fcovivni f tHo beet sugar indust j in fytorio and farmers have raised ore beets than the factories can take care of The present crop is taken flm about 15003 acre ands valued at 500000 An Italian student having lost all its money it a gambling table kill jjbinrtf t Nice recently levin M1o on a table in his room written on a card the words Rien ne va plus the phrase used by the croupiers to announce that no more bets may be made Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fever and the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membrances Cleaning soothing and healing One trial will convince you of its healing power Price 50c All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York eA T R1LIBeluthe the Kind You Il Hate Alwars Boujfti 01 Sunflower Philosophy Some men are such good husbands that they make poor employes- A man whose wife always speaks of him as He is never henpecked How respectful courteous and polite a man is when he is looking for a favor One of the greatest problems to a man is what became of the money he earned six months ago After next Monday a picture of Santa Claus in a newspaper will remind you of the dead All that keeps people from com mitting suicide Christmas eve is a curiosity to learn the worst next dayWhat has become of the oldfash ion boarder who kissed all the land ladys children goodby whenever he went away It seems that when you have paid your last bill the premium for set tling the debt is either a shovel or a crownA goes into a store to buy a 25 cent sunbonnet but the clerk isnt a good one unless she sells her a 10 hat For coughs and colds no remedy is equaly to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tarthe Liquid Cold Cure It is different from all others better because it expels all cold from the system by acting as a cath artic on the bowels Gives strength to weak lungs Affords immediate relief inCroup Coughs Codls etc Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro = swfw bn 4iB- yu u the Khd YBs N1t5 AraZs BouIJ natntear 111 Her Poor Boy Why are you weeping Mrs FlummeryMy boy she sobbed What has happened Dont dont tell me that he is dead No He has just started away to college Think what theyll b doing to him by this time nex weekrOne Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it hasbeen curing Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough so lon that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne griffin Bro DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK MIsrableImade by Dr SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the great medi the nine century dis after years of research by Kilmer the emi kidney and rnIII and is wonderfully ucce promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Bright 3 which is the worst form of kidney Dr Kilmers Is not ree cmmended for Thecures If you havekld ney liver It will be found just the remedy you It has been tests In so many ways work In private practice among too poor to pur chns relef and so successful I every case that a arrangement hs been made by of this papa- vho have not It may have sample bottle sent mall also a book telling mrr about RCt and hew to findsucunave or biatitier trouble When writing this tefletou offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer hamton UrY of blad cr regular fifty cent and nomcfBwunproot druggistsIthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer SwampRoot and the address Binghamton 11Y1on every boUis Official Vote of Ohio County ovenier 7 1905 JrJIYJ I I liirv i 1nr PRECINCTS Cunnlr urI Cn For I l 0 ur I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I r1 EastHartford 173 7laa11SU rl loll 178 181 7 lb5 16i 7 145 171 8 It 17ti 8 147 176 IIa 172 8 11J 17 Q 2 West Hartford 1071 96 172 1lal 168 3 113 1GO 2 109 161 11 111 15 2 107 HH Ion 151 G 111 Iii 3 Beda 115 al1011 114 5 S5 127 116 81 101 109 6 102 105 7 93 111 S 95 114 93 113 S l3 Wi ff11 Sulphur Surings QI 142 W6 3 101 141 102 138 J107 139 1 92 149 2 110 137 2 96 150 100 138 2 101 140 o pagan 73 17 12hI 11 36 77 3S 75 711 877612 40 71l0 40 75 37 73 13 38 73 G Cromwell liO 117 3 59 US 3 59 118 62 117 3 17 113 4 60 116 f 15 130 1 59 119 GO 116 2 58 118 7 Cool 659360652656l 665926561 2 G5 Gl 2 66 m 1 65 62 66 60 2 G5 61 S North Rockport 72 100 5 76 931fi 74 95 72 97 5 72 96 5 73 95 5 72 95 75 91 70 96 C 72 96 i 9South Rockport 5 G9 87 5 74 84 75 83 5 75 83 5 76 8l 5 75 S2 5 75 83 75 82 5 75 82 10 Select 2 33 100 35 101 37 1011 33 102 37 100 41 JG 39 100 35 101 49 88 n Horse Branch 5 S7 131 4 90 128 80 129 4 97 123 3 91 127 4 8G 1121 89 131 88 130 4 89 129 1 f 12 R sine 6I195 7 61 192 G4 G4 192 9 62191 9 65 ltS s 59 197 6218811 63 192 13 East Beaver Dam 921 11 90 85 6 92 86 90 90 91 4 87 90 5 83 tls 1 95 84 95 82 4 89 14 West Beaver Dam 1191 1451 118 148 5 114 151 119 148 5 121 141 5 116 150 121 146 127 137 5 1181 146 15 McIIenry 132 3 79 138 8G Sal 130 3 86 laO 3 88 Ian 91 126 87 129 3 130 Hi Centertown 132135 211161 145 4 128 145 119 136 2 129 135 2 129 132 2 123 130 1 127 135 127 129 3 128 129 1 Smallhous Gl 43i 43i 4 61 42 61 42 4 GO 43 41 61 12 4 61 42 1 GO 43 61 42 4 611 117 East Fordsville 111 132 161 3 78 161 5 110 128 2 78 1C0 4 73 lfili f 89 142 72 158 0 160tWest Fordsville 116 114 51106 1211 71101 125 1061121 Gill 117 71 102 127 5 lOS 11t 7 100 130 104 127 7 104 119 Etnaville 75 401 42 43 78 3G 42 7G 101 5 id 40 5 li8 45 72 40 4 ilk f0 21 Shreve Gl 781 7 73 71 II 70 75 73 71 517t 60 61 70j 76 1 72 71 1 51 101 71 71 1 22 Olaton Gl 81 82 11 60 SI 61 80 75 78 2 63 7 i 2 59 82 Gl 79 2 lillfl2 23 Buford SO 39 78 78 4G 5 80 40 8G 36 5 83 40 5 SI 41 82 33 4 24 Bartlett 116 103 1051 8 112 107 119 103 110 111 7 116 106 7 115 103 8 113 106 115 103 8 115 103 25 Heflin GS 55 55i 3 G5 57 67 55 1 1 67 56 1 C6 56 2 68 55 67 55 1 67 56 r 2G Ceralvo 42 42 3 47 39 2 49 39 44 40 3 G71li5 3 43 3 41 42 3 tl 44 43 42 3 43 42 27 Point Pleasant 3H 52 1 26 60 1 33 56 36 52 1 1 111 50 1 38 50 1 17 52 37 50 1 37 49 28 Narrows Ti 00 3r 74 10 ui 741 ui an 671 iiI oi 62 110 09 uti G7r 72 29 Ralph 96 83181068311 95 86 102 83 851 10 98 81 12 95 8211 P6 89 97 8212 93 83 30 Prentis 75 fiO a 74 iiI 2 72 511 74 50 2r1 51 2 74 SO 2 63 61 74 50 75 47 2 75 49 31 Herbert GH 232I 70 L7 11 GG 28i 67 2S 1 1i7 29 1 GG 2S l G7 w 11 HIliG d l j 28 4 32 Arnold 88 78 1 3S SS 11 38 781 381 78 1 3G S11 1 ll 7S 1 1017G 133 Render i 21S1 3 28 88 120783116I1Gt2oO132011269iw323725J23151312a2G1731151252 253S131JjI361253013141140 Totals 3030l11052s1135 i t Majorities i 5331 II 703 7621I 6241 I 198l I jti 561 1607 IIi YELLOW FEVER IN TEXAS New Yorker Arrives In Galves ton With Disease From Cuba Galveston Jan 1Patrick Fox a passenger on the Titlis which arrived from Havana last Sunday is at the John Scaly hospital issolated and screened suffering from yellow fe ver Several heavy frosts hava fallen removing all fear that the disease will spread Twti yellow fever pa tiefvts were broumit here last jams fnr M rom the South America but no alarm was felt in Galveston Fox is a mechanic He had re sided in New York for several years and from that city went to Havana where he remained for eighteen days He came from Havana to Galveston as a passenger on the Titlis He was moved to the hospital yesterday morning and today the diagnosis was concurred in by experts x1LterI BongH Bigutw II-GI Sentence Sermons feargare never to spurn love- Sacrifice gives a heavenly grace to any gift The glowing vision comes in lowly READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I would like to become your agent for the sale of your med icine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon I as possible ED DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky I A TEXAS WONDER small bottle of Texas Wonder lOne Great Discovery cures all kid I ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis rheuimarneys and bladder in both men and i women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your onIdom fails to cure any of the above I mentioned Sold by all druggists- r Dr E W Halt sole manufacturer P0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mp t t 11I j service The salt of the earth will have no i sour virtues True charity knows nothing of ab sent treatment Angels are always singing where love is working God has only one school for char delpendsThey hear best the angels songs who listen for earths sighs There is no hiding from the sub poenas of the court of concienCe Tears in the eyes are often tele scopes that bring heaven near at e prmtl thisIThe heart that burns with love is the only thing that overcomes ha trod rlglnat A IMIMIMII1111III Ie11I f IIbIIIt I Feeds Nobody i at IB n grand tiling to nave claim to noble birth lint some of those I who have It en hungry while the lowbrd man who has a nice soft berth gets I I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears h0- S1gnaturo of I TS1rp r of f ate of 0 4IMM I I I I I 1 Preaa Uftir ap I lay r aeutt e w ObtalD 1 ATENTS and help restore to rodeo fend lit we wild t F- IMMEDI PAT ITY tar come to tu at 7th SI WASHINGTON D C 1 4h for tUB rr Q VE w Is It trueyou want to look old P Then keep y dtjcay h Ilnot then use Halls Hair Renewer and have the dark Ich color of early restored to hair mow 1CS 11 i sa 1 BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder 7 SO to Disy Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono oroducoa all kinds mualo popfooily bitjd orchestra violin vocal and InatrumotMal solos quartettes It Is an endless wturco antuaomoitt Clear o Loudnrlvulcd Musical B Hlllant Inspiring ttractlvo 2505I IfI 1Jllhr political f- atCASTOR III ttis 100 II1M141MInngIIIIn11I1aM11111M11111tH111IIMLIIIIIM1114Ilse COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder Records1IINMMI4141111MIII1111UMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII11n11t1111111II IIIrI rreyuriA 1711011 171fi 215n Machines taIDfdClrllorlfl WrtUjfbron- rCONFIDENTIAL LETTER THAT PAW II1rhnlonraI1taDd IADI 5oyearprac1Jce ntglr BOSfeOT rrI t- Subekribe REPUnUCAN v- llairReiiewer life your 1 jeII iii y- Ruch r Efrj itnL flingr t rL tring- r t nt DIilK tfulF 1t I Sj ones rIMvI111eM M11Mg114 I4c1II 411I M141n1i r IMM4111 REC WIC- OLULTJ39ADISC 1 7Inch GO ccnt ouch 5 p lOliich 1 each 10 pcr cos n31 t- I Grand Oporn Records Insudo In i 1hi1ceonly 7r 2 ouch n- 1J nd for lafst oafsopus dl an cl lna and 7R Wa bar mil Ilia nowoat popular tilts In laofb record cyltntttr and dlaca rrit vri V Columbia Phonograph Company H71I9 West Fourth Street CINCINNAJlKl l- Granaf Prize L8t Lauliira19f r tit ttit r t tJJ J Itr d1 rYr 4 rFyy d ilT 1 r- Ip rNui t fr I u tr t y t- sf ART DOG smoked la Pipe in Court and Proved His Own if ershlp Dxiilotnvt llowii Dlnpntrli r rIt inducing a dog to smoke a pipe a trick which she claimed taught it Mrs Charles Larch V convinced Judge Higzo that she was owner of tho dog and thus settled 3i a knotty problem regarded owner- shipf tt that gave the Judge almost as l t f 1 pre1JPlexed Harvey and Mrs Lurch the two wo men who were wrangling heartedly over title to the canine I cant make heads or tails out of your ex- citedt talk and I have half a notion to do us Solomon did with tho baby I caimed by two mothers to testyour t I loyalty of this fice and thus convince myself which has its interests most r at heartBut I toll you lies mine said Miss Harvey His name ill Baron Von Schuenhaus and hes registered on the national fox terrier regis s try 1 guess I know what Im talking s i about She doesnt know what shes i1 talking about broke in Mrs Larch She had me arrested here for steal ing my own dog I tell you his name is Patrick and he was brought I over from Ireland by a friend of mine and given me last Fourth of 1 IJuly Hell do all kings of tricks far me said Miss Harvey I guess 1 that ought to show the Judge whose dog he is Oh I suppose so retorted Mrs tLarch with fine sarcasm well Ill show the judge a trick hell do for J me that he wont do for you nor any other Woman With that Mrs Larch pulled forth I u clay pipe from the folds of her T waist borrowed tobacco from the i Court Bailitr and then coolly light ed tho pipe herself Giving it two or three good puffs as a starter she inserted it between the fox terriers teeth and the dog commenced to r puff like a veteran One look at the volume of smoke- S that poured from the dogs mouth 1was suflioicnt to couvince Judge Hinze That will do said he Its all very plain to me that Mrs Larch I either ownes that dog or had it long enough to acquire title by operation I I thcBlatuto of limitations and of easements I therefore awardcus I l tody of Patrick to her and dismiss the charge of larceny against her IThoDiamond Curo news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamondcure for consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will taketvi T McGee of Vanleer Tenn I t R had a cough for fourteen years I Nothing helped me until I took Dr 1 ij Kings New Discovery for Consump gaveIquickii I At L Wayne Griffin Bros drug- storejii price 50c and 100 guaranty teed Trial bottle free 4 I An Eden Ultimatum Eve Theres no use talking Adam I cant take care of the children and do the housework too Youve got to get a girl Adam with resignationOh Very well I suppose this is where I Use another rib WVNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant manager r man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary a 20 and expense paid weekly ex pence money advanced Work ipleasant position permanent No requiredJ I Tile Highest Railway Bridge A notable engineering work is now being executed in France nild i viaductVauriat This structure known completedqthe world thelevilof the railroads ryaylrly tiik nrF4tltxt rl x3i1a Eminent Doctors Praise Its Ingredients Wo refer to that boon to weak nervous Buffering women known nUr Ilcrcos favorite Prescription I Dr IMoonoof tho Mltorlnl Stall of Tar lrECTIC MEIIICAi fovnw says of Unicorn root neumuMmtlaicn which la ono of chief IngrullciWt of tho Fa vorito 1rescrihtinn- A remedy which InrariablflhcU as a titer Ino Invlirorntor makiflrur normal ae tUlty of the tic system IIo continues In llolonlaswiliavi1 a imMllca went which moro fully anff ere tho alovu puriXKutii than allU uther tilt ifhfch Inm acquainted In thi trcatnivilluf discaiws po- euliar to women It Is nrldtf thai a caw le ooun which doom nut prunrul kitm Indication for thin remedial agent Or FIfo further following arc njrjonif tho leading Indications for llrlonla 1iMcnm root laln or aching In the hack with lfucorrhtrai atonic weak condltloni of tho n reductive or ana of women mental dcpmvJon and Ir ritability associate with cljrunljilscas iof Uiu reproductlro organs of trom n constant JnaatJon of In thu rgion the kidneys mcnorrlinirlfi llotxllniR du to a weak cued condition of tho nurtxlucllvo system amenorrhuia suwirossod of nlnt monthly periods J from or Inlnlr an abnormal condltUm of tliu IlriUlYu organs and anromlc thin Mood lialut drawing M nsatlon In theostremo tower part of the abdomen If momo or Irifcof Urn fclwvij symptoms aro present 116 Invalid woman cnn do better thnri taro Dr PhrrV 1uvorlto Prescription ono of tiro Icatmp Insniil puts of IsUnlcornriLorllilonlas and tho inuilcat proi ortiii of which It must faithfully repnssviits Of Golden Seal root noter prominent orllltlunrolnett Mullcal Collect Ch IIKO says It la on important rem la in disunion of thuwomk lit all eatarrhn udIthni and cultural liUfecblvmiMiU h useful 1rof John M Pcudd 4 M D lath of Cincinnati says of bid S al root In rclll op to Its gen fd 1It8 tin tllIl system flays it iw nlCtllr1I WIt IIrllth then to much utntrat titian Ii of iilntim It- t untfxrall l regarded ax ae louii uCtulln all debilitated stales trof llartholow Mm of Jofforson Z1tlllcal Collet aayII o olden Seal Valuablo In etc rine llii where menor rhirla HIUnjf and roll ttv UjMncnor rhuia painful munvtruatC I I scrptonfaithnfully cnxllonts cures taIIC they are recommended being 434 feet 7 incllla above the bed of the stream Theil are two gran ite masonry tower jjtera which are founded on solid rQ k and rise to a height of 303 fCt These piers standing alone hove the appearance of large Chimney their function is to support the three steel spans which have the pnusual lengths of 472 feet 6 fnchesifor the center span and 378 fe t for ach of the flanking spans The Intwr connect with ma sonry approach pans formed by cir cular arches This bridge differs from other structures in the use of masonry iristeall of steel for the crfn ter towers ani the use of lattice girdierdeck siyinsins lead of the arch construction of either masonry or steel a favori c method of crossing such a valley I Bent ttor Doublo I knew noone for four weeks when I with typhoid and troupekidney writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I gotletter although I had ono of the bist doctors I could get I was bent Double and had to rest my hands dn my knees when I walk ed From this terrible affliction I was rescuwl Electric Bitters which restored my health and strength fInd now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cute stomach liver and kidney disorders at Z Wayne Griflin Bros drug store price GO- cDidnt Warn the Cow A Kansas lawyer tells of a visit he had from an farmer The farmer wanted a big suit for damages brought against a railroad company because his old brindle cow had been run over during the night On questioning him the lawyer couldnt find a single peg upon which ho could legitimately hang a case Well he said I kinder thought ye could fetch it on the sign bein down They wint no sign LookOut for theCars so I thought mebbe ye could get em on that Forcoa to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lipso pain ful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts andwounds AfZ Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Only 25cJ Her Contribution Visiting Philanthropist Good morning mad m I am collecting for the Drunkards Home Mrs McGu re Shure Im glad of it sorif ye omes around tonight yez can take ny husband H rf A SurprllBo Party A Pleasant surprise party may be byIKings New Lif Pills They are a most womlerful remedy affording sure relief and liure for headache dizziness and pnstipatipn 25c at 2 Wavneir aeug stored r I h jyS rI 4ef VICTORY SURE If Tobacco Growers Will Stand Firm This Time Says Sec retary Sharp To the local Unions of the A S of E of Ohio county I am very de sirous of getting a full and complete list of locals with name andaddress of President and Secretary of each Also number of members bothregu lar and special Please give seper atelySecretaries will please attend to this at once send by letter or crad We would also insist that ev ery local send delegates to the Coun ty Union which meets in regular ses sion at Hartford Friday January 5th 190G This will be a very important meeting then lets begin the years work with a rousing big meeting of our county union Points wishing to be organized will please report to me at once as we wish to complete the work of organizing before the close of the year v A word to tobacco growers let me admonish you to stand firm in your support of the pooling plan this time and victory is ours dont be decoyed off by the price being offered by buyers and thereby lend your influ cnce to the effort they are making to disrupt the organization in the order that we will be compelled to old conditionsITobacco is being pooled rapidly at Fordsville there has been a big rush in the past ten days F M SAAB Sec A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will always increase the strength If your stomach is a lit tle off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you cat and enable the digestive organ to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue buil ding blood Kodol relieves Sour Stomach Belching HeartBurns and all forms of Indigestien Palatable and strengthening Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Very Latest Jag A new method of acquiring quick and cheap jag has been discovered here and is extremely popular with the lower classes because of the ease and economy with which a lovely still can be procured The man who would forget his woes fills the palm of his left hand with aqua vita a strong corn brandy takes one long whiff at the mixture and instantly his whole nervous sys tem is paralyzed and he is transpor ImPDVOriSnoa Soil Impoverished soil like impoverished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyzing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell jou what you tired to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you need concentrated fat food and fat is the element lacking in your system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen tho body when milk and cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same jalwl1Ys palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults We will sendyou m sample free rleturelabel fa on the wrapper of every bottle of Ems Mon you buy SCOTT BOVINE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl SL New YOlk COcnnd 100 AH Druggists t1 Ater A ted in the field of Elysian bliss He has all the effect of a night against the mahogany with none of the trou ble or dangers of barroom brawls He remains almost unconscious for several minutes and afterward en joys a sleepy fatigue a lassitude like that superinduced by the use of opinm Nose drinking has become a real vice and its prevalence is having a terrible effect upon the habitues Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indi gestion Belching of Gas Sour Sto mach Heart Burns etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods into the kind of rich red blood that makes health and stren gth Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro REWARD IS OFFERED For the Capture of a Suspicious Looking Character Owe i lioro Meenetigtr A suspicious looking character has been about the streets of IOwensboro for the last few days He is about six feet four inches in height and rather heavy set He is wanted by the policeand 150 reward will be paid for his capture dead or alive After being chased out of the Planters House several times he persisted in coming back and Mana ger Wilson had to finally call upon the police for protection Officer Callahan put on the case and at last reports frem headquarters has sue ceeded in locating his man but says it will take a large forceto capture him People in general are notified to lock their doors and take any other step necessary to insure protection against any dangers that might come from such a character being at a large The officer has proposed to make the capture at the Grand theatre at the performance of A Night in Bo hemia on January 18 The soothing and comforting effect of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to Piles sores cuts etc boils subdues pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the in actsIblood through the diseased parts permitting or aidin g Nature to perma nently remove the trouble entirely Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Unreasonable Child Millionair FatherWhats that child blubbering about NurseHes disappointed over his giftsMillionaire FatherWhat And I put two ounces of radium in his stocking Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing Nature to appropriate and not dissipate her own resources Cathartics gripe weakendissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allow ing the liver to assume normal acti vity Good for the complexion Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro When Man is Strongest The lifting power of youth of 17 years is 280pounds in his twentieth year this inceases to 320 pounrds in the thirtieth year andthirtyfirst year it reaches its height h65 pounds At I the end of the thirtyfirst year the strength begins to decline very slow ly at first By the fortieth year it has decreased eight pounds and this himinution continues ata slightly increasing rate until the fiftieth year is reached when the figure is 330 pounds After this period the strength fails more rapidly un til the weakness of old age is reached It is not possible to give statistics of the decline of strength after the fif tieth year as it varies to a large ex tent in different individuals fNo Time For Sleep- A Doniphan County farmer who is known for working his men long hours recently hired an Irishman A day or so later the farmer said he bedImo account said Pat Jf its jist I the sanuLto yez yez can cutout buy I in a neap bet and can thradc the ould Wan for a lanthern l J tslmilating Promotes Digc3lionChecrfur nessandfestConlalnsneither0piumMorplune l WOT NARC OTIC M Aperfccl StomachDiarrhocaWorms ness nnd Loss oF SLEEP FacSumlo Signature or foSSf NEW YORK ViiI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have ghtikBears Signature ofvIn- Ose Over OTAU ONT CLUBBING RATES TIE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125IJ- E REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Horald30Qir- UE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TIE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Coamoplitan 325 TIrE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 Tim REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWcek Oboro Messenger 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and National Magazinem1GO Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN WINTER TERMBeglns January 2nd corningOUR SUCCESS willfindItOU ENROLLMENTH- as increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS systemspeedOnlyThe timeIFSsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined rdforhearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY 2Owantaboro Kentucky I 1rIlkrJlaIfou Uillt 1oJnIBeautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger nil be foe warded foe rots stamps J 8TBTEN8 ARMS AND TOOL CO rOBo CmcnrEK PALLS MASS US Subscribe for THE HARTFOKD REPUBLI GAV 100 rit xuliladvance v CASTORIA AWay tf 3 i For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA ma NOW yuN Crty OUR It la la 4o 4 I I h a a v A 1 i Low One Wy Colonist Rates Vin I Big Four Route To I CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and Intermediate territory Tlckotn on BRio Mch Ito May IB I For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Biir Fear Route or a dress the undersigned J WlltliKN H VXCJf q F CT AI OIDrlDDlltqJ la- yJ rlTII tmn5roaeat t 1tlle I- tf o jHJ Art g + 1A I L iii t 1rc JII 1 Ii J 1l fJ J o r I iHartford Republican IBaud by the Hartford InWIMilnR Company inconrniuYKD N K HtIlTUlIlor rEtR cC- CIun brln31Rough aLur a FRIDAY JANUARY 5 Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us TILE Frankfort machine seems to be on top TilE Czar of Russia is seeking the advice of an expert on civil war so he can find out if that is what he has got IT is announced thnt Uncle Joe Cannon is going to wear a homespun suit of clothes to match his homespun style of oratory THE Russians are paying about as much attention to the Czars new ukase as the American people do to Tom Lawsons copper ukases THE Elizabethtown News has changed from weekly to twicea week and the Madisonville Hustler has changed from twiceaweek to daily JUDGE EASONS action in overrul ing a motion for a rehearing in the Taggart divorce suit signifies that the Judge knows when the country has had enough SINCE his defeat for the Senate Mr Blackburns friends have start ed a boom for him for Governor Uncle Joe and his friends want the machine to get him again LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR THOKNES offer to resign should it at any time appear that he stood in the way of Mr Beckhams Senatorial aspira tions was indeed marvelous AN exchange appropriately remarks The Kentucky senatorial situation is a source of great inter estto the coroners of the State The undertakers too may profit thereby JIM HARGIS has at last done one commendable act He has given up his attempt to overthrow the will of the people of his county by with drawing his contest suit against the duly elected County Judge THE defeat of the Hon Joe Blackburn for United States Sena tor marks the close of the political career of all but one of the old line Democrats in Kentucky Jas B Mc Creary being the remaining one and he is marked for slaughter two years hence MONDAY was the first New Years day in six years that the Presi dent received the good wishes of a Vice President the office having been vacant for that period The late Garrett A Hobart who died during President McKinleys first term being the last living Vice Presidential incumbent living on New Years dav TilE Hartford Herald attempts to excuse itself of the blunder it made in announcing that 1905 was the only year in the last century that had 53 Sundays in it and that no man now living would see another year with 53 Sundays by referring in quite sarcastic terms to a mis spelled word farther instead of Father which appeared in TilE REPUBLICAN last week Any body who possesses the slightest faculty of dissernment is familiar with the etymology of these words and knows that it was a typographical error for which the editor is in nowise re sponsible that made the word farther instead of Father while the grave injustice done the truth in the Heralds 53 Sunday announce ment arose from sheer ignorance of the matter in hand This recalls the famous article bearing the flam ing headlines Negro Wants the Owensboro Post Office which ap peared in the Herald a short while ago when it was supposedly attempt ing to announce the candidacy of Mr Hugger one of the leading citi zens of Daviess county for that po sition which per chance Father Time may some day explai- nsrtALLilous I Jan 3Mr P n Taylor attended i the burial of his uncle Harber B Taylor last Friday Mrs Jennie Ball son Otto hid gin diughUr Jlau Ball spent t Xmas at Rockport the guest of her Son Mr R P Ball and daughter Mrs Owen Williams Mr Chester Overton and family were the guests of Mr Charlie Over ton and family during Xmas Born to Mr and Mrs Oppie Kit tinger Dec 30th a boy Rev L P Drake preached two excellent sermons at Smallhous Bap tist church one Saturday p m and 11 oclock Sunday Mr Ross Morton Livermore Ky is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Rev L W Tichenor and wife Mat anzas were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas H Fulkerson Saturday night and Mr John C I gleheart SundayMr Crowder wife and daugh ter Horton Ky were the guests of Mr Orlando Cox and family re centlyMr and Mrs Ray Addington have moved to their home on the farm bought of Mr Calvin Warden known as the S K Bishop farm Mr Jim Withrow and family have moved back to their farm near here from Drakesboro Mr Theo Howell and family will leave soon for their home at Island station having sold his farm and farming implements and his horses c to a Mr Lewis of central City who will move in our midst when Mr Howell leaves We regret to give Mr Howell and family up Prof Shultz Hartford Ky was in our midst Saturday and Sunday W S T1NSLEY Clerk of Ohio County Court ROXEY Jan 2Our prayer meeting at Pleasant Hill is progressing nicely under the management of Bro Ira LeachThe singing at L A Sandefurs last Thursday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mrs A B Leach and children returned home Friday from a Christmas visit with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Ell Raley Bowling GreenMartin Flener and family Crom well visited his sister Mrs Eliza Sandefur last Friday and Saturday Misses Tilda and Fannie Plummer visited Miss Cliffie Davis Sunday John Raley visited relatives and friends at Manda Saturday and Sun dayL A Sandefur and family visited Mrs Sandefurs parents Mr and Mrs Frank Flener Cromwell last Saturday and Sunday BEDA Jan 3Hev Croweof Fordsville preached at Beulah Sunday and Sunday night Mrs James Allen of Clear Run visited her mother Mrs H1Brooks Saturday Alec Hoover Heflin visited James Ashley Saturday night and Sunday Miss Mary Parks visited Miss Clara Bennett Friday night Mrs Lee Chinn returned to her CatarrhI- s a constitutional disease originating in impure blood constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood forks radical and permanent cure Be sure to take Hoods Sarsaparilla j Nasal and other local forms of catarrh Catarrlets1whIch 51CatarrietsFor testimonials of remarkable cures send for our Book on Catarrh No4IC I Hood Co Lowell Mass home in Owensboro Saturday Cecil McKinney visited friends at Southerland from Saturday until MondayMrs W C Ashley visited Mrs Minerva Ward Monday afternoon Mrs Joe Bennett visited Mrs Ann Kerns Tuesday Mr and Mrs R P Bennett visited Tom Bennett and family Prentis MondayMrs Sallie Bennett visited her sister Mrs II A Brooks Saturda and Sunday Quarterly Report OF THE ROCKPORT DEPOSIT DANK At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of December 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 3134i Overdrafts unsecured 1 177 J Due from National Banks 334492 Due from State Banks and Bankers 269004 G0349G Banking house and lot 249496 Specie 109895 Currency 300000 409895 Other Items carried as cash 8140 Furniture and Fixtures 196047 Total 4625600 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus fund 43922 Undivided profits 1001 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to checkon which interest- is not paid 1970856 Time certificates ofdeposit- on which interest is paid 809821 2780677 Bills rediscounted 300000 Total 4625600S- UPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebt edness of any stockholder personcompany or firm in cluding in the liability of the company or firm the liabili to of the individual members thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebt edness of any director or officer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per centof paidup capitalstock of bank None See Sec 83 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm including the liabil ity of the company or firm the liability of the indivieual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capi tal and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 120000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not lessIthan 10 percent ofnet prof its of the bank for the od covered by the dividendIcarried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 96 Ky Statues State of ssConntyE L Dupuy Cashier of Rockport Deposit Banka Bank locatedand doing business at NoMain street in the town of Rockport in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respets a true state ment of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30tn day of December 1905 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary- of State designating the 30th day of December 1905 as the day on which such report shall be made E L DUPUY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dnpuy the 2nd day ofI January 1906L N PO Co Ky My Commission expires March 20 1906 ROCERSD I Directors I W P ILER J I Quarterly Report OF THE mij oUllBunk At the Close of Business on the 30th day of December 1906R- ESOURCES Loans and Discounts 5280807 Overdrafts secured 314787 Overdrafts unsecured 16750 Due from National Banks 896528 500000IOther Stocks and Bonds 800058 Specie 531552 Currency 214900 746432 Exchange for Clearings 27656 Other items carried as 55628 0Furnituremul Furniture 50000 Current expenses last qual ter charged olF Debts in suit 139086 Total 9077712 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1000000 Surplus fund 120000 Undivided profits 436 Deposits subject to check on which interest in not paid 2039810 Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 5874256 7911006 Due State Banks and Bankers 43210 Total 9077712- SUPPLEMENTARY Hight amount of indebt edness of any stockholder person company or firm in eluding in the liability of the company or firm the lia bility of the individual mem bers thereof directly or indirectly if such indebted ness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in andactual amount of sur plus of the bank 59373 How indebtedness start ed in above item I secured Personal Security See Section 583 Kentucky Satues Highest amount of indebt edness of any director or officer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None Does amount of indebted nessof any person company or firm including in the lia bility of the company or firm the liability of the indi vidual members thereof ex ceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividened car ried to the surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared None declared See Section 596 Kentucky Statues State of ssCountyS K Cox Proprietor of Ohio County Bank a Bank locatedand doing business in the city of Hart ford in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects n true statement of the con dition of the said Bankattheclose of business on the 30th day of December 1905 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been trans acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that tho above report is made in compliance with an of ilcial notice received from the Secre tary of State designating the 30th day of December 1905 as the day on which such report shall be made S K Cox Proprietor Subscribed and sworn to before me by S K Cox the 3 day of January 1905 JOHN T MOORE N P 0 Co Ky My Commission as Notary Public expires Jan 18 1908 Notice All members of Preston Morton Post No1 G A R are requested to attendour next regular meeting Saturday January 6th G WBUNDKK Commander r P Barnes Brfc ie New Year is Upon Us M and all RemnantsOdds and Ends Jn every department must bo clealie1out and in oixlijr to do that vu aro making big reductions in prices all along tho line Cloaks Urc are anxious to soil every garment in our stojk mill you cnn buy Cloaks at onolialf of their original value Wo can soli you a nice neat goodwearing garment for 200 each Every gar ment liar tho prico badly cut Our loss is tho purjhusers lain j Op ercoa ts 1 is line will bo subject to a big cut and wo cans ow you more Coats than any one else in tho tout We have belt Overcoats at 575010 Wo 1U black Overcoats 5 750 10 15 and you will bf surprised at tho values wo aro otter ingWorking Clothes Carhart Overalls and Jackets Heavy leans Coats and Panty Corduroy Suits and odd Punts Working ShoesAnd Boots Wo arc erlainly at tho head of tho list in this lino Wo sell tho best goods made in working Shoes and Boots and every pair is sold nt ji straight legitimate price that means a saving to tho buyer Shoes that wear Shoes that keep tho feet dry Our lines of Rubber Boots and Shoes aro complete and all grades and sizes are well represented Beaver Dam OSCAR MIDRIFF Jailer of Ohio County HORSE BRANCII Jan IEditor REPUBLICAN As I have not seen any news from our interesting little tdwn in your paper for some time I will try to give youth eventsJG moved to Ste phensburgPete has n oved into his new homeThe I C Depo Agent Gooch will occupy the houie vacated by Mr Bond t A fire caused by a defective flue at the home of Mrs R F Maiden was soon exting idled by the bucket brigadeIMiss Myrtle Maler is vsiting friends at Stephensburgil Will Miller nn family of Valley Station are visiWig friends and rel atives near here Bill Curley LsVil1ei visiting 1 Hartford College OLD RELIABLE WELL ESTABLISHEDIIt has men and any stitution in this part of the State t THIRD TERM OPENS JANUARY 15 1906 TRAINING OF TEACH THROUGIiIINSTRUCTION VIEWS IN COMMON SCHOOL BRANCHESProf Hoheimer who holds a State certificate and is a member of I the County Board of Examiners has been engaged for full time to assist after Christmas in tho Collegiate and Normal Departments Students will be given opportunity to take work under each instructor in these departments Miss Nettie Rogers who is suc t cessfully conducting the Business r Department offers thorough in struction in Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping and other commercial III logues addressL N GRAY Hartford Ky I relatives here Farris Jamisonand Miss Edna Wilson were united in marriage at the- i home of the bride Sunday morning Mrs Stanford Willougby is sick of typhoid fever Master Earl Haycraft is sick butAimproving j t il ISoafoS Gyspepgca Cure Digests what you eat yprr I t- S j I I i r FAIRSiI Running through our stock pr7 to taking invoice wo find ninny short in Silks Volvcts Woolen Dress Goods lVlolls Em broidorics Ribbons etc which 10 to turn into cash nt once To do this 1st sacrifice This wo ors going to stand Wlfjso means u gain toyouI I i Fairs Short Length tonsp Too varied an assortment tc uto detail Many that are flue in quality ah in pricoI go into this lot Just the kind IO hair and neck Come and look througlJ Might in terest yo- uFairs Short Lengt olens 1 These will accumulate in an Wo have 1 them and they must go at aIuch better for children than Ginghams ai out as cheap in pricer know that it wi any lady to como and look through them 1 NOT CON SIDERED Wo shall expect Fairs Short LengIE oideries Our now spring Embroiderill soon bo in Wo wnnt room for them Titans that ourI present stock of short lengths move Many of theso lengths aro suitable ildrens wear Corset covers etc run from at to 7 yards in a piece Take a close look all Wo aro satisfied you will pronounco the gains 141IBesides theso few specials J through our entire stock some odds ande n Mens Clothing Shoes Ladies Jackets nery Comforts and Blankets Wo will clos at greatly reduced figures If its rea pins you wantI como to us If wo cant co you that itsI merchandise away under tl jular pries andI dont soil to you wo will inly appreciate your kindness in looking th TheElarKa1Djv r- I Hartford Republican n =j FRIDAY JANUARY 5 I ItIr s Illinois Central RailroadTIt I I Table III 1 NorthyBound L No 1st 11 140 am 122doe1T2epmy f antlllanndI No Ml dmllcu a No101 doe 248 p fJoMl do 843 r1tI 1 t Hon C M Crowe is in Frankf L on business Highest cash prices paid for fu a b Sam Bachs f DJohn5 Bruner Olaton was a pleas- ant caller Tuesday If fc Bring your pork to Bean Bros i Co Hartford Ky Mr C B Everly Ceralvo called to see us yesterday Mr D C Black Hartford was aX l pleasant caller Monday f Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant fcalled to see us Monday C E Raley Rosine was t very pleasant caller Monday en For bargains in Overcoats and dies Cloaks see Carson Co r g Mr R B Carter McHenry w avery pleasant caller Monday A ensMiss Eric Liles Beda is the gu of her cousin Miss Gladys Duket o I Highest market price paid in cas 4 for furs nt U S Carsons grocery IOOT- j A big reduction in price throw some I the monthof January at Carson Vilson i t UO I Mr D M Park of the Cent s tGrove neighborhood was a pleasa Jennie f caller Saturday of 4eto N- ur1A A b Mti I I I I i I t I imes Wilson Echols was a- penller I Monday- B I J Render City was I pit caller Monday Furniture and Sewing Ma I c visit Carson Co meyour furs to Sam Bach and I e highest market price for mJ Will Jones clerk on Steam mk City was a pleasant caller ayR L Liles and son Luther artwell were pleasant callers lay rsssrs K C Byers and J E T Friedaland were pleasant rs yesterday r Estil Park has resigned hi lion as clerk with Long Co will probably enter school he Republican 100 a year Lou lie Daily Hearald 400 a year in advance gets both papers you want the highest market ce being your Eggs Chickens liege and Feathers to Carson Master Harry McKinney who has ill of inflammatory rheumatism the past three weeks is improv big lot of odds and ends in ladies and childrens Shoes at reatly reduced prices at Carson Lucy J King who lull go to St Louis to make he is the guest of Judge John B Hon John J McHenry and family Louisville were the guests of Mrs T McHenry th5 latter part last week + i F l h1y x Mr J H Stewart Select was a pleasant caller Tuesday Prof W S Taylor Prentis mad us a pleasant call Tuesday Mr T F Johnson Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller yester day Mr J E Ashby Rockport made us a pleasant call while in town Mon day Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Ctf Mr U S Carson who has been illof typhoid fever for the pasTeleven weeks is able to be again Mrs A F Stanley returned from Lexington Tuesday were she had been the guest of relatives during the holidays Dr and Mrs A S Yewell will arrive in Hartford Saturday where the doctor will enter upon the practice professionMiss Moseley the effiicient Clerk at the Economy Store is spend ing a few weeks vacation at her home at Pleasant Ridge Miss Lillian Lewis who is teaching at Bowling Green spent the holidays with her father Rev J A Lewis returning Sunday evening Mr Henry D Long of McGuire Mo has accepted a clerical position With Long Co He willassume his duties about the 10th inst Mr C J Renderof Oklahomawas united in marriage to Miss Minnie Annis at the Commercial Hotel Mon day Rev J A Lewis officiating In another column will be found the quarterly report of the Ohio County Bank which shows that insti tution to be in excellent condition WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la Mrs T J Smith returned from Norman Oklahoma last Friday where she had been the guest of her daughter Mrs Sam P Render The quarterly report of the Rock port Deposit Bank will be found in another column from which it will be noted that the institution is in excel lent condition and still thriving Rev Chester Stevens left Monday for Georgetown to resume his schoolwork His young wife will remain at her home here for the time being She will probably join him later A barn belonging to Mrs Nannie Ashby of near Matanzas was destroyed by fire last Saturday after noon and with it a large quantity of corn and oats There is no clue whatever as to the origin of the fire caahiear was the guest of friends in Hartford the latter part of last week and the first of this He was pleasant caller at TIlE REPUBLICAN office while here Mr A C Taylor and his etimabl- wife and little daughter have moved to Central City where Mr Taylor will enter the Plaining Mill business with his brother Mr C M Taylor It is with many regrets that Hart ford people gi ve up Mr and Mrs Taylor and their best wishes go with them The new city officials of Hartford were formally inducted into office meetingsE Fogle was elected City Attorney and E E Birkhead Clerk of the council At the same meeting the salary of the city marshal was reduced to 25 per month No mar shal was elected Little John Morton Keown th three year old son of Capt John G Keown died at the home of his grandmother Tuesday morning after a brief illness of scarlet fever and diphtheria After funeral services conducted by Rev J A Lewis the little fellows remains were interred at Oakwood cemetery Little John was much loved and cherished by his father grandmother and other ref a lives 1Mr W W Weddyig son of Judg- R R Wedding who recently too a practical course in banking with i Capt S K Cox was a few days ago NationIlalwhich has already began business with flattering prospects The second quarterly meeting for the Hartford circuit will be held at Sate Sunday January 20 and 21 The meeting will probably be protracted from the Wednesday night before The following members of the fiscal court and other gentlemen named were invited and dined with Dr and Mrs A F Stanley yesterday at noon Judge W B Taylor Justices B S Camberlin W S Dean W R Edge W P Miller Herbert Render and John Miles County Attorney E M Woodward Sheriff R B Martin Oscar Midkiff Clerk W S insley Deputy Clerk U G Ragland and Messrs C R Stevens and C E Smith Jl1 DEWEESE Supt of Schools of Ohio County REYNOLDS STATION Jan IJohn T White Owens boro visited friends and relatives here this week Miss Effie Farmer was the guest of Misses Leverta and Eva Wester field Monday William Owen Ralph has moved to the farm of Mrs Sallie A Pier sonC T Pierson of Cecilian was the uestof Prof J SfM Royaland family Thursday Robert Bruner and Miss Viva Royal visited Miss Bettie Royal Tuesday Nathan Baize Hartford has mov edto Elmer Royals farm Mrs G D Royal Kirkmanville Todd county is visiting friends and relatives here Robert Bruner and Miss Viva Ray al were the guests of Miss Artie Bar nett Wednesday Statement of Condition OFTHE Bank of Hartford At the Close of Business Decem ber 30 1905 RESORCES Bills Discounted 16284513 Overdrafts 185902 Cash on hands and due from Banks 6768373 Checks for remittance 41418 300000eFurniture and Fixtures 100000 Total 23680196 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 4000000 Surplus 1200000 Undivided profit 10224 Due Depositors 18309972 Dividened No 37 160000 Total 23680196 JNO T MOORE Cashier J Wi FORD 1 Il P JNO C TUOlIASDlector ROWAN HOLBROpKJ Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jno T Moore the2nd day of January 1906 Kyeexpires January 30 1906 or Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the airpassages is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach Dont waste time on them Take Elys Cream Balm througn the nos trill so that the fevered swollen the sues are reached at once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have been disap Balmkby the thousands All druggist 50c Mailed by Ely Bres 66 Warren Street New York SPRINGSI is vis iq 1 v- t9 A A oh A A os z olio fi Af tt4 SpeciaJ SaJe t t4 i fi4 OF i rfiI Two Weeks Only I t4At Cost Price I t3t OP 4 Wo have concluded to start our IflOG business l 14 witha rush of bargains This sale enables you to tlrM0get some wonderful bargains in Dry Goods for wo = 9are selling them at the very cost price Toy aro = 4 j allnew goods received this falland an assortment ifc 9 that affords any one a good selection Wo aro offer = j ing staple goods which you are posted on j 4fttCi 4 All fine Worsteds and Chev = iots in solid colorsselling price tq fifty cents Sale and J 37 cost price 2 tQ Fine all Wool Fancy Suiting fi Double width 72 inches JJ regular selling price 140 112tprice41 Best Flannel in solid colors 25c4i5 where only JCi f 43 lOc Canton Flannel 14at 7C4 12c S 92Cnel 41tqCi t4at82Ct4 yd everywhere 7C jjdigo sever Shirt 80 530Gingham y usual 51Saleandcostprice bt We iavo more goods are going at enormous JJ ly low prices which wo do here 4i i SAM BACH I Hartford Ky = w i BAfaRHARTFORD 186- I Capital 4OOOOOO1 Surplus 12 OOOOO Stockholders Addil Liability JL 4OOOOOO to Depositors 92OOOQO 1securety fil President MOORE Cashier VPrest R Asst Cashier FORD tHTMoonsDirectorsJNO Jt HoH + t+ tOofo iting his parents this week at Floral Miss Artie Duff and Elvis Magan were the guests of their brother and sister Mr and Mrs Bob Duff Nar rows Saturday and Sunday Miss Willie Turnham Narrows Misses Minnie and Maggie Wedding spent holidays with Miss Cliffie Acton Miss Virginia Fitzhugh visited her cousin Mrs Sarah Smith Hartford last week Miss Mary Dever is very low of consumptionMiss Mitchell spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Maggie White Narrows Parvin Midkiff went Owensboro with load of tobacco Tuesday Allie Wimsatt Narrows was in our vicinity Sunday Miss Cliffie Acton will leave 1st of February to enter school at Owens boro DeWIHsWlteh Salve For Piles Burns Sores g I Fancy solid or striped color = ed Flanneletts which sells at j lOc J Cost price Sof can Prints and all of the best Jgrades that can be Aft P had for only bt i GINGHAM We have = albolts of fine Gingham price which sell at lOc Cost = 7c r bt Fancy Worsteds in check = stripes or solid colors 0 X br Jj that = not mention = t + + + + t+ + + ED Stock JOHN T HOLBROOK + i J W i + ++++4 ++ofo ++ a t ++ + + he a C Ayenst I Losing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense In that Why dont use Ayers HaireVigor and ilairVigorpromptly 5 Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reasonably expect anY1ripgbetter- Iff ly lair Vk a i me I heir wI IIybnt the 111 VIorlp d1IwwluuT EIrl- n fight 11 C 1 fl Ma bottle J aATIM co raAll dIt rforThin Hair Ifti F 1 IWU wiJ e t ARTIFICIAL HEART BEATS i Hamburg Doctor Demonstrates Pos sibility of Taking Organ from Body with Safety That the heart of a cold blooded animal after the death of the an iinal may be contracted by elec trieity or other irritant is a fact which is well known to the ordi nary person But that it is nossi ble to take till human heart out of the body and keep it in activity justeof Hamburg The case is fully re ported in the IlamburgerNach IichtenIexperiment was performed Deneke and Adam on a I woman who had been executed by the guillotine in Hamburg the criminal being 48 years of age and in good health The head fell into a closed sack into which also passed the greater portion of the blood from the carotid arteries and from this such there was ob taincd about 1J liters of blood I which was at onco deprived of its liber At 812 a in the body was taken into a cell of the prison stripped mid the thorax opened i there were still evident weak con tractions of the single portions of the heart the movements of the auricles being tolerably regular while the contraction of the left ventricle was hardly distinguishable The heart was taken front the body at 815 and the coronary artery was then washed thoroughly with a physiological solution of salt water at Iii degrees C until the fluid coming from the heart was colorless The heart was now completely at testnil movement had ceased Then the organ was washed with a Locliesclie solu Non which produced a well coor dinated contraction of the whole heart at SiU in place of the Lockeache solution there was passed Into the heart the blood freed from its fiber filtered arid warmed Immediately there took place an unusually powerful and regular contraction of all portions of tlAfterheart had continued for sometime a little air balloon Wes passed into the pulmonary veins in the left auricle and then through the mitral valves into the left ventricle Two hours after the execution till heart com ntlJilljKratiire and the pressure used to organThe againpassedtime the organ again took up its regular movement The contrac tions however gradually be wime less and at 1 1015 a m time movement ceased lint it hud been possible to keep an isolated heart in movement for a period of tliten hours after tiikiug it from the hotly ARISTOCRATIC BURGLARS Band Which Lived In Best Style Is jCountryThe arrest of an important baud of burglars is described in tli Hilt as just having been effected I in Moscow Thirteen men and women are now mauler lock mind I key ThWII1 the aristocrats of the profession mull disdained any operations likely to yield any re l suit under iLUIW They hind a town house in Moscow rent 100 n year and furnished at a cost of countryhouseU phones and electric lights were I I titled Fine horses and carriages n served for their pleasure excur sions till horses in the stables be if Ing pure breeds and their lawns and llower beds were tended by 1 ardI1CISEr ploit in May was worth over moo r to them in securities gold anti lilt p nionds They were dressed in the t finest material and latest ash ions Those arrested were caughtI lc during the night while r1 them were asleep 1111 tone was II writing out a telegram to an acl r complice ill Odessa 1Willie KnowltAll When a boy tames home from Iii ft rat year at college he wOIIt rH how it N that his father Utows so little 111 drupw in Vlne s To make u single wfii glasBful t r lix1 i f of t5i ounces oT bralics pre ie auircd Morales yMost Americans who have bat- to do with Curios Morales president of Santo Domingo declare that he is unlike the ordinary promisemaking Spun aineri can Dependence may be placed on his word und he is honestly try lug to set his country upon its feet He will not allow his followers t pay oft old grudges and he is too strong to be the tool of politicians I INSECTS THAT ARE MUSICAL All Are TenorsMales Are Always the MusiciansDivided In Two Sections Musical insects of till winged fype may be divided into two groups 1 Those which do not use their wings anti li those which do for the production of sound Of the two the latIlIlle- itst is by fin the more nunieroiii A very curious fact is that all in sects are tenors deep bass routs oeing quite unknown i in addition to this the males are always the performers female insects being dumb contenting tlieniBelven with stopping at home old look lug after the children instead of standing at the front dour singing like their lords and musters says tot Scie11tilletuericuh Many insects niiig by day such for instance 1 fs the chickadee which however me nub of the vi olinist type as they play IIponll series of hard plates attached to the abdomen notch in the same way as a Spanish dancer uses the castanets Another insect of this type is the black Held cricket which has its home in a small I cavelike dwelling it prepares in tot earth Other insects only sing by night such for instance as the domes tie and tree crickets whoso regu Inc modulated notes are known to every one The apparatus used by these insects exact ly resembles a violin the abdomen being partial j endowed with small hridgdike llgl or ridges against which tin1 are rubbed thus producing the strident note characteristic of the insect Other insects such as locusts and their have veritable bows covered with flue ridges and at fuelled to the wings by two but tonlike growths Others have cavities covered over with a fine membrane which serve the oflieo of resonators i in almost all insects of this type there is a meat like part of the abdomen which acts as a kind of sounding hoard Strange to say many of these harmonious insects are de prived of hearing Crickets how ever are an exception as they hove sharp ears and cease their vocal efforts at the sound of ap proaching footsteps Some insects although apparently do privcd of any means for the pro duction of sound are none the less capable of making a noise in the world A notable instance of this is to he found III a locust re joking in the euphonious name of Microccntriim tetinerris which produces n short monotonous unit lilt two pieces of metal Of Hint rubbed together- So far the field of insert voice hay not been widely explored It I would be interesting to study them from tit point of view of musical notation lull also to dc tcrminc whether their song alters in any way according to flic sea son hour of till lily age of the in sect and meteorological condi t lOllSIYou must hind Ihat imped meat in your speech rather iucon vcuient at times 11lIIggs 0 n no everybody huts his lit tie peculiarity Stammering mmiiie what isyyours Well really I am uot aware that I have any Ddo you stir Jour tea with your right hand Why yes of nurse ppeculinrityspoOUSIII Stories CrownedItaiiicd was crowned at the second second of the second minute of the Hcotid hour of the necond day of the xtcoiid week of the second mouth of the half of the jiicomi your of the twentieth ceo trill i t iyygrw- r e S USEFUL RATHER THAN RICHI That Should Be Ambition of the Young Man of Ability Pas 1sion for Good Grows A young man of ability and great promise recently refused enter a voca t ion which ouldyie him a large income lest the temp tation to become rich might eat up his desire to help leis fellowmen says Orison Swett Marden in Su rantnstruggle for wealth and selfbeing waged by the majority of men with whom his position would force him to associate would in sensibly draw him into the soh vortex of selllshuess lie fell till- his ideals would become is nished that his aspirations would be starved in such an iitiuos iphere and so he chose a vocation which would enable him to render the greatest service to humanity i It is a irfi iiing thing in a ma uiiui igc to b1 jii who 81 ambitious to be neofalratherIha- rich who are more eager to ht others tliau to make money These art natures noblemen these art the clinnicltrj lvbic enrich life sad which have pushed civilization from the savage to the Florence XightiugnhS and tin Lincoln Out of the most promising things about our civllixation to day is that side by side with the greed for gold is tIll evergrowing passion of Immunity for good The number of jxoplt who prefer to be useful to their fellowmen is r0 stunt ly increasing This pnssio- for good is the salt of humanity it is what makes us believe in till future of the rare RACE EATS BUTTERFLIES Australian Natives Are Fond of tbo Grubs as FoodSouth Amerl cans Like the Guana Australian natives are fond of butterflies and large white grubs fwd declare them to be more foul ishing than the flesh of kangaroo or fowls The butterflies arc pounded into a sort of cake and eaten in that form The whit grub is eaten alive at one mouth fug says 11h11t tn Eat The aborigines of South Amer lea had Africa consider the guana a large lizard a great delicacy Those lizards rue not unlike a small crocodile hat are far more unsightly than that creature It repulsive apcparancc is 110 bar 1 its being much enjoyed as a food In an old volume of Travels Ie ter Martyn tels how the Spanish conquerors of South America came to esteem till flesh of this lir nrd He says These scrpcntes are lyke crocodylcs saving in bigness they call the guanas Unto that dirt none tf nth a men durstadven lure to taste them by reason of the r1 11011lhllIIIfOllIIillls and lothsomeniss Yet tit adclantn do being entysed by the pleasant ness of the kings sister Anaca olla determined to taste the set pcntcs ISut when he fclte till flesh thereof to hHI dclycate this n tongue he fel to amaync with out al fearerThe which thyng his 1111111IIIl1lhat ta than of the sweet nesse of these serpentes which they aniime to he of more pleasant taste than cythcr nur pheasantes 01 part riches ALL AT SEA ON SUBJECT Conned Tells of Foolish Question Asked of Usher in lucbcc Show House rieinrich onried was laying his of11IJOIIIiIasked foolish question and Mr Conried said That question reveals your ig norance of music doesnt it Yes I suppose it does there porter answered frankly I eon fess that I dont know enough musk to tell a waltz from a march Your question indicated nil Ihnt and more said Mr Conried It reminded me of a question 1 once heard in Quebec A young man accosted an nsh er in a Quebec theater long before I 111flllUWIIChuge bass viol that leaned till pia 110 in the still emptyngninRII tea he said excitedly Where Is the hest place to it At M a fio d 91t of the man that i It 1- yr le going fti put that flfidre undtr hit chin l HE GOT A POOR BARGAIN George Washingtons Judgment of It toWould Have Been Rapid But 1dWriters Was Not I had a talk with tJl farmer in the teat with me for a quarter of an hour about crops and the lIllhswitched uhf the subject by saying I think I mode a rather good bargain uptown today IIIn whatl ptlrotshoestsecondhand ours when 1 was in town last So I went up town and for a dollar I got a pair just exact ly as good as if I had paid Ua pair at home Its business to save a dollar whenever you can aint It llndruuanyulhru nIIIt went for the shunts lockhAnd youve lust about a dav About a tiny I slIlclllothlllgfllrthlrIIl1llnfllr about ton minutes litid passed during which time I ho farmer1 seemed to be doing some thinking he all at once turned and said Say them shoes cost me ten cents more than a IIPW juiir would right at home lxiietIyu hud it llgurcd out ton minutes ago Yes Waal stranger Heorge Wash ington was a party big man front all accounts hut if he had brow in your place I dont believe hed lave been ten seconds in cull in me n blamed old fool Too Many Relatives Many a man remains a bachelor lo the finish because he is afraid if he marries tit anti of his choice he would also lunge lo wed her1 family Easily Explained He What is meant bv thi1 Kgo 811olbiagin your caw Detroit Free Press JOSHUA HAD A NEW FOOD 0He Wanted Somo Soiled Wheat and Insisted on Having It Put Didnt Succeed Lucindii said Mr Melstrnm who according to Youths Com panion hud just returned from a visit tots farmer friend in the cumin try while 1 was at Longleys I ate some whole wheat boiled 1 liked it heifer than anything I ever tasted lie gave me a Sill II II pupa sack of the wheat so we could rook ttomc ourselves How j long will it be before supper isI ready About half an hour answered Mrs Molstrum Well well have some boiled wheat if you please Ileres till paper sack Lot JoHliua it will have to be cooked in u double boiler and I 10111 care how you conk II Im hungry for sunn more boiled wheat1 Hut 8M here Joshua It will tnkf It will lake II lot of cream and sugar I know toot lilt weve got plenty of both Put It on right away will you Without mother word his wife took the wheat washed It emp tied it into till double boiler 11111 set it on tIll lire At the end of half an hour Mr Melstrum became impatient f Lueindu he rolled out front the sift i11J + roaul isnt that wheat really yetr Not yet responded Mrs Mel strum lime much longer is it going to take to cook Itl Abut eleven hours and a half Thats what I was trying to tell you hut you wouldnt give me a linnet Do you want to wait for it SURE CURE For All DJseatcis o- fSTOMACH LIYffi KIDNEYS r it cu O sE FAILS 0001Ure C U I s ANNEMENIS Innlniiil ILLIN01 TRi L R Rt The lllinjntral maintains I Double e the Will best of tril Cars I111 lrlllChairSleeping Cm Chicago St I Louis CinJ and Louisville =South to Niuns The best road for read Tourist resorts of the SouthAip New Orlean burg Gulfport Mi mmond LaIfl atMardi21 won Gul a Mexico Gul fart Cost resort the new fine I r Great South ttlt Itegulnr ocean stlllmsh gs from New Orleans for MJnind America I EuroPc1Sendin regard to till Iy Havana VI Orleans = IthoNow Orlesuis al roan liner I Udnscrew ninclot I S S P rttlur leaving New Orljerf Wetlne dny at 100 p rt arriving at Havana at Sunrilry morning MI Hot Springs Florida Daily Sleep rs without change Chicago of Springs with connections 1lpbis fro Cincinnati and LO tlnnn Through Dixil Sleeping = Car Line St Lou iacksonvill- via Nashville CliaVa and lanta J Mexico Ciaj of I 01fornlnNew Orleans under Jflplcics of Raymond R Whit will leave Chicago Friday Fell for Mcxi co and California ti to include a stopover at New lit for the Mari Gras Entir made in special private ve4 trains finest Pullman with r car Kerwvice Facinating tr tiplete in every detail I Illinois Central Wclxcursions to California E n cars through to Los Angei SrnfranIcisco as follows Visl and the southern run Friday from Chicago every lay 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FranclscoOal ROUGH RIV R TELEPUOM COtt1PAi + Y- U Noa 1011 71 u The Uongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 ts45 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen Mar Hartford Ky if WOBANNON Local Mgr Dam Ky rBeaver ITTERS 4 r 1t The best tonic Curative 1 Medicitlo for thoso die esees SOc Guaranteed kLr fl 1 S 1 cleanses protects LTSwAiipI- tli fp o receive nUll approve of 11 bicycle lrtrNfG won Ten p a aurs Frej Trial Finest L- VW05 iftrb 5ftf3XE It1oastyJIlilU vtli Coaster Uaes uid Puncturclcsa Tires 1903 ISO4 fl7orlalsD rfJ tffctfJB L4 MakiH s rinrr tIII16 or j pijl you aunt nt onHMnl rr thoicu cJ any aauduil thcd and Ii equipment on all our bicycles Strongest0uulaufT- it cc Wo SHIP 0jV APPROVAL 0 to nny one mlliottt t fiit dfiioxlt and allowi0 DAYS F R E E TRIAL uoforo binding 8lHOT Ol YiIC ci unto run have wrliifii for our FAOTDnr II tt t AHO FUSE TRIAL OFFER Tire i tofurbIt TPUNSTUilE= PROOF TIRES 4 Regular rico 850 per pair 5woYou a S8nplaNORLSGLASS p LETrNO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 15 years nxpcrlenc n tiro making No dangor irons THORNS OAOTUS II TAOKS or CLASS Serious punctures llko Intentional kulfo cuts can bo vulcanized like any other tire I I RIDING COVERED Send for Catalogue T flioVrlne all kind and make of tires nt i2 M per pair and up- Slw CoMtPrllrakPs IUIIui IUMVI IllPrrlfiSiindtlii nt Hall the usual t NnUce the thick rulilior irtml A and tincture stripe If and l Tile tiro t ontlat an oUr make Xlf tl and Easy fading Wo will ship C O D ON APPROY I AND EXUUNATION n+llInHI a rev Afovr WI a cash discount of 5d then by making the frtfottM per pair If rou tend examination fullcash with order Tires to bo returned at our oxtH n a If nut sans on MEAD CYCLE ColDpfl JL CHICAGO ILL i I Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines ina- Lexington ani Iouisvll- l 10 WestI Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington G10 a m Lou isville 900 a in arrive at St Louisj G12 p m Carrying coaches and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a la carte through without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isvillo 1015 p m arrive at St Louis 732 a rn carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 11 1 Bast Main St Lexington Ky 23 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Dep- otsBEST FOR TH BOWELS tkbowleverydeyr ot9lolantmoothtit cutest mot parties way of ketvlct ths bowls clear and clean lt to OANDY tllIL OATHARTIO t I I EM LIKE CANDY I iEAT Till Good Weaken or Orlpe1016 Doa hooklot II SKrllnRsin Cai panr ChlcIO or New frSEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN A CATARRItCURE ElysCreamBalmit Gives Relief at One It soothes heats and tho diseased mem bran It cures Catarrh and drives C D tE1J1eq1Oiste and Smell FlIl1 lze liO cis at maUlElyDrotho f li 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE c TRADEMARKS L DESIGNSI COPYRIGHTS Ac t Anyone sending a ikelth and lttlltlon mi whetherInventionlsproheblrpalqItable si on atenla aF llIatanutprrlol nolc without charge In tba thScientific IIIt Yorknrkoc H i A I 4 k I i EASY STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY BEWARE IMITATIONS price KILL THE COUGH I AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings IeNew Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION 50CIOOI Pries Free Trilli Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LBS MONEY BACK TROUBII Thousands of Acres For Sale reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineralands 4along the line ofibe IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEn and Northern Arkansas EQOst direct line via ST LOUIS ANi MEMPHIS recJnlndIaIr eachIH C TOWDSEKD tiil fiirt uiUDU OF and ctr I i I all or I at I I I I I e 1 Tit A by R T MATTHEWS fnnliifc Tizuinr 1- IOOIInLLLIT r rROCUR5D A D OEr D modc rouDert end ucopyrljrhllewUasfise Jirl wIM lVadYIWIIImany and flea tke EdlndrelrtrrttsorIU Hath MeaWASHINGTON a REtflVO ITALITVage Wfell Man iifMe tJIRI2NOca CT I I powutullraod CurtswInnaActbersUliVounrmanwlllrcgitn their lot ma1t ocSao 1ol 131111lUVlVO Iantuionaostfndlecretlonaottonycnteib arrest nerve tonlo and blood builder brlrf andteioQmalleLOOperauttseOraforgoDwith asfaale fForWilliams druggist r t UR WEEKLY II NfW YORK LfTTfR athlonable Coiffures Seen at the j Opera Jeweled Combs a Noticeable FeatureDat winged Belt Buckles a retty FancySmart Toweling Bath RobesbcdtBy RENE DEVERAUX lln+ opera SWISUH no fur In 11 splendid ottSH niil during the wwk Xtw fnclilniiiililiM unit tousle lovcm nilly dlvldfd their evening with Nordlcu Soinlirlcli Ciiruwi Hell llk Joiiniet urn a limit of Otis of the various timta Never thoIentpolltuu prisiiited a mON lit vjiuitaclo tliiin at tills operu tinyTI IJiiK HICII publicly In New York fa limy yearn The elaborate arrangement of tho trrim whlih bring Into play Much Piiutlful gold mud jeweled combs or uneiitN stud iilifrets iiddH to the gem al brilliancy of the house From nu cheHtra peat tho back view III ot i IWM and town of handsome combs 10 unadorned coiffure being the ex tptlon rather than the rule this season SJIUlk samba worn singly lira rather Ifchrr than were those of last xenon lie upper portion ufTordlng unlimited importunity for ornamentation Slid I exreelALj ie effectively worn In dark tresses A it of sliver combs rather low and Hjmll was adorned with tiny rhinos siimc settings which twinkled as stars aid there wero sanity less conspicuous i4nlis of tortoise shell with a quite siinplc gold beading outlining the top O front view of the boxes showed a ftVr diamond tiaras and butterflies i i lIunorsnONnllOlITXD TDltKISH TOWELING IIATII RUDE among till nillllonalr0 sot and the ever 110111 Ir algret and velvet boW with IIIUIII ad cubuchou center were again In evidence Iliitncwent belt buckles are mode to curve In at the waist line with slightly 101111 1 ends a charming design being a ot studded batwings with II corjospondlng slide for the back of g MoiUsh slides for holding up th wales f soft ribbon stocks so much tho nfce In Paris ore beginning to be seen ikreasloimlly though as yet they are birond the limit of modest purses In ij certain exclusive New York shop icay lie found some delightfully pructlt II bath gowns whose daintiness comfoit and delicious softness of texture c nmlend them as Ideal holiday Lifts lOne can scarcely fancy a more appropriate fabric for such purposes toweling and those seen here w lre as soft an velvet to the touch A ma rt bath gown was of white and huff sti pert toweling the stripes being wide ii id rich looking Upon each stripe w ore soft raised figures resem bling I rocade Tljese gowns were fashion d loosely with flowing sleeves situ ho tied back the fullness being contlnedl at time waist line by a hand sonio Hlilk cord and tassel An e1 tally charging gown was of pink nil white toweling the washable material enhancing its value litd0nl twit long gowns and dressing jackets Ire prettily trimmed with Per shun bailillng short jackets being tIn shed wi It silk frog fastenings tc French lounging robes of mud emltroldered matclasse with soft albatross lining are of extra warmth sod reull Ic light weight their co- llarllln liiroad sailor shapes being adorned with eyelet embroidered pat terns I JAPA ESE OF EURCr= In Last Acadc Italy JIM Made heat rrogtss Constnnily Gain Jug In Trade Of Jan penn COIIIl t riCA Italy hnsCQI nrntiIJ rnnIt tho greatest regress In time last decode Ira vl Ontutcca are now inn healthy bite and most of the hoods t le governlnPnt of the rnilroada IItltl municipalitIes heh abroad hove been ought bl k or redccmed The saw S of the iI iIlnn non Yf If4rSnrusY Fine Trains TO FLORIDAVIA Southern R iIvy AND Men Oreso n Rode Florida Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a m daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pull man Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing Jacksonville at 850 a m and dayrwithout change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louisville 7l5 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals en routeVia the Land of the SkyPull- man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashvill- Columbia and Savannah arrivin at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Wrist Tickets Good returning until May 31st are now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable Toilrs Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes rather handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA- Louisville Ky G B ALLEM A G P A St Louis Mo W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route- Cincinnati O pie show largo pins mnnuiuo turing industries have increased amazingly The abundant water power is beginning to be used for industrial purposes largely for rWithin tation of manufactured goods has advanced from 31400000 to 80 400000 The cotton factories not only supply the home demand but export heavily to the Levantine Americaecause ment of Italy is the accumulation of property by the Italian emi grants in the United States Bra zil Argentina and other comm tries Every year a large part of their earnings is sent home to rel atives and for investment One half of the Italian emigrants re turn to their native country after competencySome EuropeTheytrade with Turkey and other colin tries of the Levant and they have strong aspirations for getting colonies iu Asia Minor and Africa LASTLEFT GVER BUFORD Dec 27Christmas has come and all seem to enjoy it the young people are haying a merry time Jerry Wiprgington was married to Miss Cordla Jolly the 25th inst at thehome of the brides father Mr John Jolly by Bro Joe A Bennett Miss Sue Newton of Cloverport is visiting Mrs B F Graves and other relatives Mr Harry Cox and wife of pleas ant Ridge visited Mr F M Hoover and family the 2Gth Mr Sam Rhoads and family visi ted his sisters in Pleasant Ridge the 2526 Mr W N Blair and wife of Gosh en are spending Xmas with his par ents John Blair and wife Mr Forest Salmons of Andersbn ille visited Theodore Allen and family Tuesday- Mr L D Magan and wife Noble Hudson and wife Villie Blair and wife visited Walter Blair and wife STRONG boils 34 M M n10 Again Is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Qa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia I HundrldliIt being re- storedI to perfect health by this edy YOU may bt well if you will take ILIndJsrelUoncaus nearly sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the whole ome food that may bl eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia lour risings belchlngheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat IIInll bottle soak eat elec rem all the all eraNrftsOJsWnlaacwu Tnitnt at the La1 I Hole b7 Z WAYNBUIIe1fIN typewritergpaper sale ice cheap Serviceable and Dressy Suit For the School Boy Value 400 at 297 This advertisement ehould Interest every mother who wishes her boy well dressed at little expense We know that Doys 2fbutwill wear and are poorly taUored The luit here offered we guarantee to wear well having cold thousands of this num ber during the past few month and all have given thorough satisfaction The suit la a Russian blouse double breasted tyle made of excellent quality tine wool chovlot 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 2V4 to 8 years prlce2DTA-ny suit not satisfactory can be 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 Jut one year ahead of every other city In the United States In fashions Why not learn what New York U wearing Our Fall and Winter Catalogue contains 500 pages of New York Fashions Cloaks Suite 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 lonewriteCopy De Luxe Edition sent for lie to pay postage or paper bound copy sent absolutely tree It places the New York Market at your disposal the pleasure New York StylesNew York Pricesall are yours for the asking Write for thus Catalogue todaynow Addrsis Room 2- 1RHMACYftCp NEW YORK Tuesdaynight Mr B F Graves is sick of asthma and other trouble Mr Bennett Wells of Utica is vesiting his sister Mrs Oscar Turn fir Miss Sallie Warden got a fall Christmas day and fractured a rib which is quiet painful Born to the wife of Jim Goodman Shultzoffici1lIng oj f t 11I Cumbeland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co Incorporated Ifceres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble nbout the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition lrE Ml Mgr Ohio County ClrcultCoart TFBlrkhtad Judge lien D ItlngoAttornej Oscar Mldklft Jailer Ed O llarriui Clerk Frank 2 Felix Msitor Com ml lonerY L Moielejr Trcitre Jury Fond R BMartin Sheriff Hartford Depaty Sberlfl S A Ilratcher 11 Crovrder EII Uagan Jo II Robert 4VConrtconTeneilrit Man day In March end August and continues three weekeand third Monday In May and November two weeb- CouDtJCourtW DTaylor JOdg WB Tint Clerk KM Woodward Attorney Hart lord WConrt conrene fleet Monday In each month t Qnarterly Court Begins oath third Monday In April July October and January Court ol Claims Conrene fleet Monday In Jan nary Tneeday alter second Monday In October Other OCDcere N Morley Surveyor ShreTe S W Leach AaeeuorBob RoyJamH DtWeeet School Superintendent Hartford Qerome Allen CoronerJlnoTaotlc courtN Darraw Bearer Dam February 18 May 18 August 31 November 30 W P Martin RoslneFebruary May 14 August SO November 12 waDean Dundee February 28 May 2 August 29 November II W R Edge Forderlll January 15 May T August 27 November 5 B S Chamberlain Beda February 7 May 9 Auusl2 November 7- HerbertRender CentertownFebrnary May llAugu t24 November P John Miller kportrFebrnary 30 May 5 Augu t 25 November 14 3T rtford relic CourtR R Wedding Judge City Attorney 8 T Barnett Marshal Court eon vanes second Monday In eachniont- bZJvUKious BrvlctIf E Church South Service third Sunday each month at 11 am and pm and eecon 8uidayat7pm Prayer meeting veryWedneacday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor Baptist Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner pastor CI Churrh Services first Sunday In each modthatllamnndpm Rev IDnu nod pastor School Trustees Hartford CMCrowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford D E Thomas Dr E B son Jon CRUey- CltyConnclfJ H Williams Mayor i Clark 11 E L Slmmerman Dr E B + Pendleton A D Whit Wm Fair Wm Bean 01 W Taylor Scxt Oociotloa a A O D W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford LodgeNo675 F4 A Masons fin Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Macea bees every Thursday nlfht Rough River Lodge No liP Knights ot Iytbla meets every Tiesdsy night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R bold res ular meetings Saturday beforeflrst Sunday In pro month THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER B WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse andwagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition amoneymalccrcapableof into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONC- EWheelerWllson Mfg ee 72 and 74 Wabash Av CHICAGO r w- 0 rJ 1 I I =I tt Royal ij1 Baking j Powderis made of Grape 11 Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure 1 Makes the food more Wholesome and Delicious t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 5 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems President Roosevelt Monday shook hands with 9052 persons at the New Years reception at the White House George W Long of Leitchfield was sworn in Monday as United States Marshal for the Western dis trict of Kentucky by Judge Walter Evans of the Federal Court He reappointed five of the deputies under Dr A D James who retires from the office The longfought case of F E Deer a foimer employe against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company was finally decided against Deer by the United States Supreme Court Tuesday Though originally involving but twentyfour dollars the case had traveled from a Jus tices court to the highest tribunal in the land CANE RUN Jan lIsnac Christian returned to after visiting his fewdaysparents a H C Wilson and vife returned to Mrs Wilsons Mrs S Pmother Lecorun in today Miss Maggie Awtry who has been visiting her sister Mrs Render Wardrup Evansville Ind returned home today Born to the wife of Mr J W r Camp December 29th a fine boy Miss Eathel Bean near Beaver Dam was the guest of Miss Ola Wilson last week G J Christian wife and son were the guests of J W Cummings and wife Sunday Louis Daniel wife and daughter returned to their home in Indiana today after a visit to his mother during Christmas- G J Christians second singing school was out last Sunday at Salem The class will meet Sunday night to singJohn I Landrum and Miss Minnie Moorman and Farris Jamison and Miss Edna Wilson were united in marriage Sunday at two oclock p m at Mrs S M Wilsons Rev J T Acton spoke the ceremonies extendhappy life- CURIOUS QUESTION TO ASK Who Should De Saved First Mother or Wife Decision Is Left toI the Newspapers l Two iniii were arguing lumpy on a street corner Suddenly they i threw all thcir coals and begun to fight In a moment both their C faces were covered with blood Twostrangers rushing between c them stopped the fight and do nnuided to know what the trouble ti was He says the smaller fighter says if a minis wife and mother 11 fe1 overboard it would be the m to save his mother cool letJsre shift for herself II I ttlid the first l lS WL 4 stranger A mans mother is old and weak She should be saved firstBut a mUll promises his wife at the altar to lord after her above all other women We owe most to our mothers They brought us into the world No 1eowelltlsttootwwlves- Consider whnt they do for us Why Ah you talk foolish Abuse aint argument A policeman appeared Whats the nuttier here he asked Why said a bystander thpyre arguing about whether a mans wife and mother both fell overboard time man ought to save the wife and let the mother go or vice versa Hi said the policeman lie ought to save his mother of course Ought he Then thats how much you know said the bystander scornfully Why that = But suddenly a loud calm wire rose above the uproar Gentlemen it said this is aii interesting and important ques tion but theres no use rioting over it Let us submit it instead to the answers to correspondents mat Let us get up a discussion in the press about it Then both sites will be thoroughly threshed outThis idea pleased all hands The men separated each mentally composing a wife vs mother letter to the correspondence man of his favorite newspaper WHIPPED ADMIRAL TALKED Rojestvensky Credits the Japanese Victory Entirely to Hi Guns and Calmness of Men A representative of the Kobe Herald sugcceeded in Interview lug Admiral Hojestvensky just be fore he sailed front Vladivostok on lIelompaniedby of war The wound which the admiral received in the battle of the Sea of Japan has not yet healed and he still wears U surgical dressing around his foreliead The admiral in his interview awaits that Japan won time victory entirely by tier guns and the calm mathematical precision of the men behind the guns The condor sion the admiral has commie to as a result of his studies and observa tions relative to the battle of tilt Sea of Japan is that the warship of the future will entry nothing smaller than three ineh guns and not many of these for use- onlyaguinsttorpedo boats Heavy 12 inch guns and nineinch guns will be the slain armament Served by cool skillful well dis ciplined men he believes they will control the seas for many years to cone Dr Holmes Prescription More than il years ugQ when J was a child a younger sister and myself had an attack of scarlet fever We were living on Montgomery place now Hamilton place Dr Holmes lived a flWI doors from us und being a friend of my mothers family he was the attending physician I hud been very sick mind being convalescent was naturally extremely hungry So I teased my mother for beefsteak Slim did not dare to give me any but told me to ash Dr II when he cane if I could have some So the next day he came I said Doctor 1 am hungry cant I hove a piece of beefsteak The doctor gave me one of his queer looks and said I think you had better have a piece of my cnnt tail fried Boston Herald She Had waited Long Enough- A Maine girl of ideals told u young man who asked her for her hand that she should not think of marrying a man with less than 0000 Time young man went to Boston and worked very hard for several years returned and called on the young lady who said Well John how are you getting along Pretty well he said I have almost gotten 19 towards the 10000 Well John she said I do not know but that is enough I guess we can get along with that Success Magazine I EARLY GOTHAM AMENITIES Story of Dutch Neighbors Who Never Spoko as They Passed and the Reason Thereof Long after the Dutch hud taken Holland and years subsequent to the Will in which they were salIto lave utilized Edam cheeses for irannon halls say some time lathe seventeenth century two Vans left the old Amsterdam and came to Bleu Amsterdam on two Dutch ships with their families and settled for good and all ill two adjoininghoiisesin the old Bridge strasse which is Bridge street still despite time march of improve ment One was Van Cortlandt blacksmith and the other Van Velsor a denier in goose feathers and beds and pillows To say they were conventional would have been to malign the honest hospitable Dutch but the fact remained that although these two had lived neighbors 10 years they never even nodded to lIch other and gave every sign of a tierce desire to avoid meeting or brushing up an acquaintance In those days the blacksmith had no occasion to visit a feather tome dry and as Van Velsor had not found it profitable to put iron filings in his feather beds and pil lows these Hollandish neighbors never struck up Illy business rein tions together As all Dutch houses in those days were built alike in many respects without what we now mull basements and with stoops raised only an inch or two above the sidewalk each stoop having a wooden rail lug and a wooden seat arranged enchwise on either side the reti rent neighbors could not resist time temptation of occupying one seat each after supper After lG years of silence her tween them one summer evening Van Velsor found himself warm ing up to the subject of acquaint once with his neighbor Just what were time feelings of Van Cortlandt upon the subject he did not know but he smoked two pipes while considering and after lighting time third uud settling himself down to business glanced furtively at his neighbor who al though not returning the glance seemed to be pliant to it and the feathery Van very much to his as SIIJill Vot you dirks bout de ved ler Xot a muscle of the blacksmiths face moved and the feather foam Iryman did not turn a hair of his caput while pulling vigorously at his pipe but shrank within him self in utter astonishment and fear Time Via on the other stoop took five minutes ill which to replyI dunno Vot you dinks Van Velsor found himself up against a very grave smatter He was in a peculiarly mellow state of mind propitiated by an extra glass of schnapps which gave him courage to meet the occasion and ripetimpredated lie must be conservative md conciliatory for it would never do at this trying moment to lifTer with his neighbor so he faintly unuttered I dinks noddings Van Cortlandt slowly turned his head took a look at the other fan and said I finks so doo i This explains why the Van Vel iors and the Van Cortlan Its never spoke as they passed by and al ways suet as strangers ART OF CHINESE IN STONE rieittal Work Shown by Monolith Figures of Men and Animals on Tomb Approaches The spirt of purely Chinese art Iu stout is shown in work such aa time great monolith figures of an mals and warriors which flank time approach to the tombs of the Ming dynasty and in the perfectly plain structures designed for than ombs of the present dynasty These are composed of enor aunts blocks of Stout brought with nflninte labor Prom distant quur ics over roads and bridges which are hardly capable of sustaining ordinary cart trallic und lmveal ways to be specially prepared to revent the great weights causing their collapse The same admiration for the employment of huge blocks of stem is seen in time case of the bridges over the rivers along nil coast of South Fukien where lie stone slobs used in the construc tion occasionally measure 00 feet I in length nod are estimated tow eii1h nearly 1120 tons lull th1 bridges themselves have a length of 10f11toitOyards In almost all cases where the buildings are not of solid const rue t lion tlif weight of the blocks em ployed humus placed a strain upon the supports which the architects skill was not competent to pro vide against and with the lapseof j time the melancholy spectacle is seen of slabs fallen from theiri places and of noble mull costly structures approaching ruin In some cases the Interdependence the arches leads to the same re j suit Out notable instance of this occurred during Iol Gordons campaign against the Taipings when to allow of the passage of his small steamers it was nets 6 ammrv to make a gnu in a hdllor ti over LO arches and arch aflcraivli collapsed immediately after tin passage of his small flotilla ORIGIN OF BARBERS POLE Real Truth Regarding Long Established Custom of the Tonsor lam Artists As in the east of many other simple things the origin of tin 1 barbers POll has been attributed to the most outliindisli and far- fetched sources among others the association with the word poll Ihadvitii which the bar j bet has chietly to do says the Phil adclphia Inquirer Asa matter of I simple history however and not so long ago either the barber lead business with other puts of the body and performed certain operations which are now re stricted to the medical practition er the chief of which was bleed hag and thereby hangs t he present title The stalf which every patient it about to undergo bloodletting i was given to hold in his or her hand during the proceedings worms frequently when not in usem placed outside the door and soon became the recognized sign of the phlebotomistprofesson Uges were used in the operation one twisted around the arm lie fore bleeding and the other used to bind afterward these would often be kept wound around the poll for convenience so as to h + 6 ready at band when needed and ti so when in therourseaf of time a permanent pole was planted out side the barbers door it was found much handier to paint a rcprescn tation of the two bandages one white and the other bloodstaininll upon it and it was so done uccoijd ugly Dropped Several Clews Mrs Hanskecp YIS my nw girl formerly worked for Mrs tllcStyle She claims that slum 1 there of her own accord bu I think she was discharged Mrs Kaul What makes ou thinkso I judge so from certain ttii rigs hes let fall since shes been lieSe What were the- yDishesStrut Stories Classified There goes a typical Geo gin cracker said the native i Indeed exclaimed the ni ith turn visitor Goes in for in oon shine whisky and all that so t of thing I suppose No that fellow happens J p bt1 a prohibitionist J Ah a regular water craq ler Philadelphia Ledger i Anecaotes orArtemus war This story concerning 1 rte mss Ward Is perhaps not f fuel ally known lie visited Sau fran IlWehisthe Woods During his stray in Frisco he received a tllR mute t from an eastern manager rl Jutivc to the lecture It ranThaiwill you taw for 100 night 2 Artemus wired in reply I rand and water Catholic 1vs Inevitable J- Muybelle r So Fan Doo e berg Is married at last Swe unit was it Who gave thifoflWide away GlntlJsThe newllpaJlt- the f in list of marriage licclI fij they published her real age feag o Yibuue ti P 1t t o Our any Customers WI ti sire to thank you for the liberal business ivoii tin ming tbo year 1905 Whilo our business has far exceeded our expecta ions wo are anxious to slake this tho banner year fo do this we fully realize tho necessity of offering 01110 extra induce nouts This wo aro going to do- m seasonable merchandise at less than actual cost f production We Have on Hand About 50 Mens Overcoats to Offer You Mens fine Overcoats worth 4 at198lo-os Black Hoavor Overcoats worth 5at 398 Mens latest stylo Overcoats with bolt in back worth f at 398 enslongoat latest style with hilt worth 7 at 198 liens long Coat latest stylo with bolt worth 9 at G98 We have a Fine Assortment of Young Mens and Boys Overcoats Worth 1 to 10 reduced to 298 to 098 Mens flue Business Suits worth tat LOS liens all Wool Cassimore Suits worth 8 at 598 Mens nicely Tailored Suitspadded shoulders price 398 to 1398 Young Mens and Boys Suits worth 125 to 10 at USe to 098 Wo also have a big lot of Ladies Misses and Mens Shoes Those comprise a lot of odds and ends selected from our stock to close out at far be low the actual cost of producti- onII have many bargains in our big stock to offer I you Dont fail to secure some of the great bar I gains Wo also have a fino lot of Ladies Cloaks to I close af prices far below the level A Indus fine Cloak worth 4 at 198 A lalit3fiue Cloak worth 5 at 398 I A ladies fine Clunk worth 7 atm 198 I A ladijs fino Cloak worth 10 at 098 I I Agf it thanking you for the liberal business given us l1rIll the yen l ilist past and asking you for n 1 liberal share of your business through tho year 1900 wo rat ilin Yours for busyness CAF SON CO Hartford Ky I rxcotcr ot ran ror PHOTOGRAPHING BIG GAME realer Nervp Needed In This Sort of I PictureTaking Than In Or di Dry Huntingl Dcscribin some of the difilcul ties that m ist be encountered by J leavors to take pic htllUrhotographer must have a steady 1 mnd or the picture will be Rpol1III III addition to steady nerves ho must have uerveto Brave danger IIbeholograph and to at the slime time Just aa tnkiInwhen all difficulties nUll obstacle have been conquered and when time develop lent of the plate re veils time 81 cess of this magic art then one fleas repaid for all the hardships and previous disap showedej my c any shook their heads In yonder and j looked t JIIIC as to a magician IIItlnJthemselves had watched With the word dana magic the blacks explain to hemselves everything that posse thou understanding Concerning lions Dr Schillings writes again I myself hall plen ty of opportunity to observe the utter indifference which the lion shows towi rds man when he hunts ills prey it night Ill will attack and kill asses or bulls fastened ti trees three or four steps from a thicket in which the I Y hunter Is watching for him This neglect of the lion enabled me not only to observe the royal beast at range but also to flash the- ight of my camera at him and to catch him in the very act These night pictures of mine prove alxlcalthymakes n single lush for his prey orIabout to attack a captive ass From this plcturo it is evident that lions do not come up to their crawlintIMany of the lions which I lead oc casion to watch approached the animals which I had used as bait within a few feet but then turned away to hunt their accustomed prey time wild herds of the steppcf Expert Opinion Available IIeDo you think blondes have more admirers than brunettes mlgbtlulk In Bostonese What incomprehensible slang theatrical people use exclaimed Miss Howjames I am informed that when they wish to inquire whether or not the treasurer his i theYIusk